In this episode, BanchoLeomon dies. In the most incredible, manly and ultimately ineffective way possible.
In this episode, Thomas's father will do whatever it takes to get Relena to safety, even if kills her.
In this episode, King Drasil offers a reminder that yes, Kurata was pretty damn evil and that he's going to be a tough act to follow now that he's dead.
In this episode, remember when BanchoLeomon told you never to use the Burst Mode? Time to use the Burst Mode!
In this episode, Kurata, not satisfied with just winning, exploits Thomas's willingness to do anything to help his little sister Nunna... er, Relena. Her name is Relena.
In this episode, Marcus and Kouki provide us with a fight to provide us some entertainment while Kurata locks up his inevitable victory.
In this episode, the closest thing the Data Squad has to a clock-punching employee gets fired up because her challenger considers himself a clock-punching employee.
In this episode, Nanami shows us that the quickest way to a man's heart is through his... sense of isolation as a tragic side effect of his superior intellect.
In this episode, it's up to the Digimon to restore some memories after men in black flashy-thing their partners.
In this episode, a massive attack on the human world gets so ugly that Miki and Megumi join the front lines. And they're gonna milk it for all it's worth!
In this episode, Keenan would totally be reunited with his parents, but neither he nor they are all that interested in making it happen. Then their house turns into a giant death robot.
In this episode, for somebody who gets severe anxiety issues under pressure, saving the world from monsters might not be the best line of work.
In this episode, the team enters the Digital World, only to discover that they need to use an Ultimate to stop their biggest foe yet- falling rocks.
In this episode, a digi-egg materializes, hatches, and befriends the main character and his sister. This time DATS is around to explain just how problematic that is.
In this episode, a Digimon carries out Kristy's blabbering of bad things she wants to happen to Marcus. A very random, very specific, very tangible set of bad things.
In this episode, managerial meddling causes Thomas and Marcus to collectively screw up two missions that either of them could have handled individually.
In this episode, DATS has their hands full rounding up a violent renegade. The Digimon he's hiding might be dangerous too.