Jun 20, 2024

Euphoria Episode 6, wow, where do I even start? It's like someone mixed up a fairytale with a really, really messed up school play. We've got Rinne, who's like the princess of this crazy cult that's obsessed with babies and this thing they call "paradise." But guess what? Paradise is just an empty building! Talk about a letdown, right?

Then there's Kei-chan, who's basically stuck in a bad romance novel. He's trying to save Rinne from her own messed up family and their weird ideas. It's like trying to get a cat out of a tree, except the cat thinks it's a bird and the tree is on fire!

Nemu, who I thought was nice, turns out to be the puppet master behind it all! She's like that kid who always blames someone else when they break something. She wants to be the "savior" but doesn't realize that's just a silly word grown-ups use.

There's a lot of, um, "grown-up hugging" in this episode. Like, a LOT. It's like they're trying to make a baby, but they keep calling it a "savior." And don't even get me started on the "purification rituals." It's like they think they can wash away bad stuff with, well, you know...

The ending? Let's just say it's like biting into an apple and finding a worm. Rinne kind of remembers who she is, but then she goes right back to being brainwashed. Kei-chan's stuck between a rock and a hard place, and Nemu's just... Nemu.

It's all very ironic. They keep talking about paradise, but everything's awful. They're having babies, but it's not really about love. It's like a metaphor for something, but I haven't learned about those in school yet.

So yeah, Euphoria Episode 6 is a wild ride. It's confusing and a little gross, but also kind of sad. Like finding a lost puppy that's covered in mud. You want to help it, but you're not sure where to even start.