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A Special Religious Zone is established, where immigrants can practice religion freely. Religious leaders gather for a press event in Mitake New Town, the site of the Special Zone, but the venue becomes the target of a terrorist attack by a suicide bomber with explosives implanted in his stomach. Unit One starts investigating the anti-special-zone faction.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 44 votes.
Arata and the others have just learned that there are three more human bombs when a third suicide bombing in New Town's factory district takes Joseph Auma's life. Meanwhile, Kei and Kisaragi have infiltrated Heaven's Leap in search of clues to the terrorist serial bombings. They discover proof they're looking for, but find themselves exposed and taken captive.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 41 votes.
After meeting Karina Komiya face-to-face, Arata senses something unfathomable from her, but can't find a clue to the case. Then Lee Aki, the secretary of her opponent, Kosuke "Heracles" Yakushiji, is murdered. Unit One decides to split up to investigate both the attackers and their victims, but...
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 48 votes.
Unit One chases a suspect in the staged crash, Hyper Transport Co. executive Takumi Yonehara, into an abandoned zone. But when they track Yonehara down, they find he's already dead. Arata and Kei ignore Chief Shimotsuki's orders and pursue the mastermind, Sasagawa, to Ariake Airport, where two unfamiliar men stand in their way: Shinya Kogami and Nobuchika Ginoza of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 54 votes.
Unit One has begun to grasp the truth behind the incidents following each other like a line of falling dominoes and team up with the SAD to continue their investigation. Arata guards the governor, who is at risk of being targeted again, while Kei organizes a sting using Kisaragi as bait. When he arrives at the appointed meeting place, however, he finds Shizuka Homura waiting for him.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 39 votes.
Freelance journalist Yayoi Kunizuka joins Unit One as an investigation consultant to fill the gap left by Kei's suspension. As the investigation progresses, Unit One uncovers Karina Komiya's greatest secret. Guessing that Karina will be the next to be attacked, they rush to her gubernatorial debate at the Giga Arena.
The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 42 votes.
While Kogami is recuperating from Akane’s Paralyzer shot, she begins to worry about whether she is suited to be an Inspector after the fallout from her first case. On her second day on the job, she begins to learn more about the Enforcers she works with.
The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 325 votes.
Right before Kitazawa was executed, he mentioned the name of someone who had supposedly been helping him. While others just think that he was crazy, Akane wants to get to the bottom of this case and tries to seek out help from someone.
The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 188 votes.
Tokyo, 2120. A massive transport drone crashes, and Unit One's new inspectors Arata Shindo and Kei Mikhail Ignatov head to investigate. Discovering that Hyper Transport Co. accountant Asahi Rick Fellows is missing, Arata performs a Mental Trace to track him, but finds only his waterlogged corpse. Arata and Kei suspect the crash was staged, and pursue the mastermind who tried to silence Rick.
The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 64 votes.
Taking place three years prior to the series, the episode focuses on Yayoi, who was a guitarist in a band before being imprisoned in a rehabilitation facility for being a latent criminal. As she anxiously waits for release so she can play the guitar again, she is approached by Kogami, who was still a detective, and Ginoza about a series of crimes occuring in the area she was once familiar with. She initially rejects their offer until Kogami gives her some guitar strings which reminded her of a guitarist she admired, Rina Takizaki. When the club they are investigating gets set on fire after Kogami's partner Mitsuru Sasayama jumps the gun in approaching culprits dealing with molotov cocktails, Yayoi decides to search for Rina, only to discover she is part of a resistance group selling the molotov cocktails in the hopes of overthrowing the Sybil system. Yayoi tries to stop Rina but finds she is unable to use the Dominator that Kogami gave her, as she wasn't actually an enforcer, and Rina escapes. Afterwards, Yayoi resolves to become an enforcer and leaves the rehabilitation center.
The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Psycho-Pass from 233 votes.
Last updated: apr 25, 2021
Psycho-Pass was an absolute thrill to watch with its excellent combination of a intricate plot and ever-developing characters that were all set in a very thought-provoking dystopian future Japan. This show grabbed me instantly and wouldn't let go. The over-arching plot is just superb with plenty of twists, shocking moments, varying sets/situations and even a few feels along the way. The use of criminal-coefficients and the Sibyl system along with the themes that they invoked have been done before but I thought that P-P put a very cool and unique spin on it. This wasn't just an "evil" big brother system that was controlling every one in a totalitarian manner. There were very clear benefits to this so-called "perfect" system and this is where a lot of the show's conflicts arise. The characters are also where the show truly excelled. Kougami was a badass MC with a very clear motivation for "justice" but was constantly walking the tightrope between what was right and vigilantism. I initially thought that the female MC, Akane, was a bit weak but I was definitely proven wrong. Her development from a naive and gullible newbie to a true and intuitive detective struggling with the ideals and purpose of the Sibyl was handled excellently. It was very believable and followed along with my same feelings about the world of P-P. The other supporting characters were very strong as well especially Masaoka. And, last but not least, was the villain Makishima. He was truly one of the best villains that I've seen in a while with his brilliant schemes, awesome dialogue (so many quotes from brilliant authors from Shakespeare to recent philosophers), and his very distinct motivations. You could really sympathize and understand what he was trying to accomplish yet at the same time, despised/loved him at the same time. Watch this show ASAP. This is one psychological thriller that you shouldn't miss. You won't be disappointed. I can't wait for the movie and the second season to come out.
Really agree on everything said here. Movie also isnt as bad as people make it out to be. I really hope it will get the 3rd Season.
I adored this show! I liked the second season even more than the first -- shame it ended after only 11 episodes!
I just finished the 1st season, and even though the 2nd (last season) may turn out disappointing, based on the 1st alone I feel confident enough to say that this is probably one of the most underrated anime shows of its kind. I appreciate it more than the generally top-ranked anime shows of the past 2~3 years, even though direct comparisons can't be made in most cases. Everyone has a different opinion, but just to give a personal example in contrast with one of the all time top-rated animes: it took me around 10eps. of Steins;Gate to get interested in the show, but even then some episodes were slow-burning, some even very boring, overall I struggled to keep up interest and overlook some stupid aspects. With Psycho-Pass, I was hooked within 2eps. and couldn't get enough of it: fast-paced, action-packed, mature... Comparing the genre to Western-made movies, this show gave me a Blade Runner/Judge Dread/Minority Report mashup vibe, although much more thrilling and entertaining than those 3 combined. I can't really make a comparison to other anime that remind me of it because I haven't watched that many anime shows to be able to point towards. Absolutely gorgeous animation.
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Because I’m watching so many imaginary scenarios, it’s nice to take a look at things that actually happened every once in a while. The drama from documentaries really feels a lot different than those from series you just know didn’t happen. I love being aware of everything that is or has been going on and Netflix is really great at helping us with that.
I remember watching a lot of “Pokémon”, “Digimon”, “Dragon Ball Z” etc. when I was growing up. Little did I know back then, I wasn’t watching cartoons but animes. Even now that I’m all grown up, I still enjoy watching them. There are many more genres to choose from and it’s always so full of action. The music in it is so great, you’ll definitely find yourself listening to songs long after you’ve finished watching.
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