This week’s episode finishes up Hyakki’s arc…pretty interesting one too. I actually hadn’t been expecting that the accident that took Hyakki’s limbs was actually an accident…I’d figured it was malicious all along. Also, it looks like I was wrong about Takara…at least he has the decency to at least be grateful to Hazama. That being said, I’ll reiterate what I said last week about disagreeing that the actions of the patients are the responsibility of the doctor.
Next week’s episode is the final episode…I honestly expected Hyakki’s arc to carry us to the end, but it looks to be a completely different story for the last episode. I’m actually not sure what I’m supposed to take away from the preview. Usually there’s some sort of hint at what kind of themes will be displayed in the episode, but I’m honestly getting nothing. I guess we’ll just have to wait and see. I feel a bit awkward about it, though, since this week’s episode already felt like a climax with Hazama deciding that he wants no part in the corruption of the medical field.