In this movie, a dub that’s so on point it not only serves up more explicit explanations for some of the original’s less obvious plot elements and themes, it offered explanations for its own prior flubs!
In this episode, a dramatic save, a fiery sibling exchange, several evolution sequences, a mode change and the inevitable build up to the most important lesson of them all: adulting is hard.
In this episode, while everything builds to a boil in the real world, Mysterious Man throws Taichi and Daigo into a spontaneous morality game with no good outcomes. Live or die- it’s your choice.
In this episode, Taichi’s fall leads everyone to go full protagonist- the new girl wants her partner dead, the mid-season addition prompts a dark evolution, and the rival wears the goggles.
In this episode, Meiko proves to be the embodiment of every kid who wanted to be a digidestined and have their own partner Digimon. Only the real version, not the kid you pretended to be in your fanfics.
In this episode, the eight digidestined cope with their lack of control by sitting down and projecting all their problems onto the new girl. Daigo meanwhile projects all his onto the eight digidestined.
In this episode, Meicoomon’s rampage broadens and intensifies to the real world, making Meiko wonder whose brilliant idea it was to partner them up. As does the entity whose brilliant idea was to partner them up.