Jujutsu Kaisen Episode 6 Discussion & Gallery
Jujutsu Kaisen episode six might have been more slow-paced. Still, there were some important events that need to be discussed. The first one is, of course, Itadori’s pact with Sukuna. I wonder what the demoniac curse has in mind – does he just want to see Megumi’s full power with his eyes? That seems a bit strange. I mean, sure, we know he has an interest in it, but don’t you think he would want to kill him nonetheless? I really can’t wait to see Sukuna taking Itadori’s body for a whole minute and see what he’s going to do. The curse was also extremely clever – the condition of Sukuna not remembering they made that pact makes a huge difference. Even so, it seems that Satoru is already suspicious about it. I mean, Itadori just came back from the dead. Clearly, Sukuna wouldn’t do that without getting something in exchange, right?
The episode also focused on Megumi’s resolve. Itadori’s “death” had a huge impact on him, and we can already see some character changes. The most prominent one is him going to the house of the mother of the corpse they found earlier on. Although he was completely against saving him, he ended up paying his respects and explain to the poor woman what had happened to her son. Meanwhile, he’s also trying to understand what Sukuna meant when he said he wasn’t using his full power. We even saw that he seems to be able to pass solid objects now. But we only got a glimpse of his power for now.
The flow of the episode was really well done. While so many serious things were happening, we still got those cute/funny moments we love. I particularly liked Itadori’s training partner. The bear is so freaking cute! Finally, I can’t wait to watch the next episode and see Satoru fighting for real. Have you enjoyed Jujutsu Kaisen episode six? Tell me everything down below. ?
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