One Piece Episode 833
We seem to be easing back into a one-chapter-per-episode pace, though that could just be a temporary thing. I hope we're getting back on track because pretty soon Whole Cake Island is going to transition into one big 30-40 episode action set piece driven by organized chaos, and that sounds like trouble waiting to happen when it comes to the anime. The story content in this episode is crazy good, but that high octane energy easily gets lost when it feels like all the big scenes are standing around, quietly waiting for their turn to debut.
One Piece Episode 833
But as the final scene to cap off the episode, Jimbei's declaration is only the first part of a one-two punch. Immediately afterward, in the disarray that follows Big Mom trying to snuff out her new enemy, it finally clicks with the audience that the Luffy clone who looked out of place at the beginning of the episode was just Brook in a really bad Luffy disguise, and now he's sneaking up to the Mother Carmel picture to smack it with a hammer. I cannot watch this scene without laughing. It's way too good of a punchline for the episode.
We're entering a phase of the arc where I have such intimate memories of reading the source material for the first time that it's going to be rare for the anime to meet my expectations and kick my heart into overdrive. That Jimbei scene is so good, but I didn't walk away from this episode with my blood on fire like I wanted to. Between the tease of a Big Mom vs. Luffy showdown, the reveal of Katakuri's Mochi-Mochi fruit, Jimbei's speech, and Brook breaking the Mother Carmel picture, I really want these scenes to feel as dense and concentrated as they are on the page. I know that's not a reasonable expectation from this show, but every once and a while the anime succeeds at capturing the hugely transcendent emotions of this series, and other times it's just pretty good.
Brook has been quite the fan favorite this arc, and the latest episode just proved how much of a fan favorite he is as the Internet practically exploded with love for the skeleton swordsman as he nonchalantly knocks Big Mom down a peg.
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