Digimon: Digital Monsters

Season 4 Episode 50

End of the Line (4)

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Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Jul 14, 2003 on TV Asahi
9.2
out of 10
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46 votes
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Takuya, Koji, Tommy, Zoe and J.P. fuse to form Susanoomon again. The final battle between Lucemon and Susanoomon continues in the Real World. Who will end up prevailing in this final battle?

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  • The digidestined defeat Lucemon (FINALLY!). They return to the real world to find out that no time has passed and Koichi is still alive. He survives and they all end happily ever after.moreless

    4.5
    I really wished that the end was more conclusive since we all know that it will never have another episode. We find outt aht all the characters plan to fix all the flaws that they once have and appreciate everything more. It is great to see those characters finally come together and end their story. However, I was hoping to have some conclusion to the Takya /Zoe romance. It was the main reason i cared about this show. The characters werer great, but this was yet anotehr episode where they are nonexistant. It's all action at the start. And the aciton isn't particularly good. Susanoamon returns, in a great way, but the payoff is lame again. Lucemon gets destroyed (AGAIN)but for good. Then from there, all the spirits say bye to teh kids in the lamest ending of a ll time. it is a rushed moment filled with no emotion. Whereas season 1 had a great finale, this season, like the 3rd one had one of the most emotionless endings. I was not left with any sense of missing wat was going on. I didn't really care if they ever saw the digimon again. The way it was portrayed was intended to be funny and sad, but it was so meaningless. And the whole thing about the gate was defintely a spin off of season 1 (like the rest of it). The last scene with Koichi and Koji was not really emotional, since it was so cliche and again, put into the span of 30 seconds. you never really get the sense that he's ever really lost for good. it's a shame because it had so much potential. So did the rest of the season. The pot could have gone somewhere, but they decided to rip pages out of the previous scripts and the end product was a bunch of great characters thrown into a lame world with a stupid adventure. Well. This is defiently the weakest ending of the series. it is a shame. The season could have been just as good as season one, but it really fell short. it definetly proved more interesting than season 3.moreless
  • Lucemon has almost defeated our heroes. When Takuya wants to give up, the spirit of Agunimon tells him to keep fighting. The digidestined become Susanoomon and defeat Lucemon for good. They go back to the real world and it ends.moreless

    10
    This is my favorite episode of the season! I would have loved to have been one of the voice actors doing one of the voices. When Takuya wanted to give up and Agunimon's spirit appeared, it then Takuya knew that being a leader meant you should never give up, even when things aren't going too well. I was just a little bit suprised when I saw the digidestined all become Susanoomon. My favorite part of the show was when the spirits of the ten legendary warriors sliced at Lucemon. It was a moment to remember. I also liked the part when Susanoomon said "And so, it ends!"



    I give this episode a five out of five for the action and for not failing to entertain me.moreless
  • The Best Season Finale So Far!

    9.4
    the kids must become one to become Susanoomon. they must save both world from being taken over by Lucemon. Susanoomon stops Lucemon from entering the real world. Susanoomon discovers Lucemon's true form the Larva mode. Lucemon's wild mode attacks and Susanoomon falls back in the digital world. the battle continues and Susanoomon enters inside Lucemon to take him out. Lucemon attacks. but Susanoomon won't give up and takes out Lucemon Larva mode. the wild mode starts going mad. but Susanoomon destroys it. but then Lucemon Larva mode attacks. but all 10 Legendary warriors attacks Lucemon to finsh him off once and for all. after the battle the kids return home and finds Kouichi. Koji's tear revives him and the kids lives happyly ever after.moreless
  • The last episode of Season 4 I mean the conclusion of Season 4.

    9.4
    The final battle begin.While Lucemon Satan mode was making his way to the real world.The gang begin to give up hope on saving the world before the data is destoryed and it ends for good.With the help of all the spirits all together fushion to Susanomon.THe final battle begin begins.As the battle rages on.Altough it seemed that that they would lose.But in the end they won.Kouji learns that his twin brother is still alive.So as they make it back to the real world.Takuya remembered where Kouichi might be.Altough it was too late.Kouichi was in an coma in the hospital.With the last light.The digivice begin to glows reviving Kouchi back.In the end everyone lives happyly ever after.



    Yeah actucally this episode made me cry.When everyone said good bye.



    "If we are fated again.Than we will meet each other." Agunimon.moreless
Michelle Ruff

Michelle Ruff

Zoe Orimoto, Kazemon

Brianne Siddall

Brianne Siddall

Tommy, Kumamon

Brian Beacock

Brian Beacock

Bokomon

Steve Staley

Steve Staley

Koji Minamoto, Lobomon, MagnaGarurumon

Crispin Freeman

Crispin Freeman

Kouichi Kimura, Lowemon

Dave Wittenberg

Dave Wittenberg

EmperorGreymon

Jamieson Price

Jamieson Price

Vision Of Seraphimon

Guest Star

Michelle Ruff

Michelle Ruff

Lopmon

Recurring Role

Mona Marshall

Mona Marshall

Lucemon Satan Mode/Larva Mode

Recurring Role

Paul St. Peter

Paul St. Peter

Vision Of Cherubimon

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • In the flashback scene where Takuya remembers the attacks on Lucemon, Kazemon says "Hurricane Wave", which is her actual attack. But what she actually said in the previous episode was "Hurricane Gail" Zephermon's attack. I guess they were covering for their mistake!

    • In resopose to the last goof. Zoe lived in Italy for a while (Thats why no one wanted to be friends with her). Also she speaks Italian in vairous episodes. As for the traits they do show them. Ex. Koji is distant so is Lobomon/all his other spirts. Takuya is a bit childish so are his spirts. Thank you very much.

    • during the scene where the fractal code appears around their hands and say execute ancient spirit evolution
      as they hold their D-tectors before they scan you'll notice that Takuya and Koji have their original D-tectors the ones they got at the beginning of the season

    • In the end of the episode, we find that, since Zoe knew Italian, Kazemon can now speak Italian. Couple of things: 1) Did Zoe ever speak Italian on the show? 2) Why didn't they show some more distinguishable character trait on another Digimon instead? 3) Zoe's supposed to have been living in Japan her whole life, or close to it, so where did she learn to speak Italian so well?

    • On this episode, right before the team of 5 becomes Susanoomon for the last time, they raise their D-tectors. When they do so, their are 6 of them (5 + Kouichi's D-Tector makes 6). However Kouichi's D-Tector becomes non-existant after he gives his spirits to Koji. But, to see this you are going to have to pause it or just slow down the film of it. If you also notice, all the D-tectors are held in a right hand...if one of them had to hold two, where did that last right hand come from?

  • QUOTES (7)

  • NOTES (9)

    • Japanese Title: Go Beyond Time! The Birth Of A New Legend!

    • The title of this episode and the first one, All Aboard, are both train related. All Aboard is related to first boarding a train, and End of the Line refers to getting off a train.

    • One more tradition carried on in this season. An evil Digimon goes to the real world where a battle takes place.

      * Season 1: There was the Myotismon saga.
      * Season 2: "World Digimon Tour" saga.
      * Season 3: Throughout the whole season (but I'll say D-Reaper as example)

      This season, it is Lucemon's Shadow Lord Mode.

    • This season showed two (and more) humans Digivolving together. Season 2 showed two Digimon Digivolving together, and season 3 showed a human and a Digimon Digivolving together.

    • Some of the kids shown with Tommy at the end are the bullies from "The Bully Pulpit".

    • The words "the end" are shown in place of where the words "to be continued" normally are.

    • When the spirits come to life, only the human spirits are shown- NOT the beast spirits.

    • Neemon actually makes sense when he tries to stop Bokomon from going with the humans

    • Season 4 finale and thought to be the series finale until the season premiere of Data Squad.

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Susanoomon: "And so...it ends!"

      To people that have been with the series awhile, this line has a deeper meaning than you might first see. Susanoomon is making a reference to the very first episode of Digimon, "And So It Begins," giving it a kind of nolgistalgic closure to the fans paying attention.

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