Inuyasha

Season 6 Episode 27

The Cruel Reunion of Fate

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Aired Saturday 11:00 PM Jul 05, 2006 on Cartoon Network
9.5
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Kohaku must kill the castle guards to retrieve the infant, Naraku's incarnation.

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  • Definitely one of my favorite ones in the past couple of weeks, having a little bit of everything

    9.5
    It's amazing, Kohaku's memory came back and he was actually fighting against Naraku. Not to mention that he wants to kill Naraku after what he did, totally didn't expect that at all, but that kid's full of surprises. It's sad, though, that he didn't get to stick around and "catch up" with Sango and the fact she's sad throughout most of the show is in itself, sad.

    I love the little moment she and Miroku are having and everyone's like "he's not touching her butt?" And Inuyasha is clueless as always, but what do you really expect? As for the thing with Hakudoshi... I just wanna get rid of that little brat [having lack of a better word]. I thought the ending kinda stunk though, cuz Kikyo's "little helpers" came to get Inuyasha and I"m like "no! don't go..." and all that... and I'm gonna end up missing the "big reunion" next week, but that's okay. This one was definitely pretty special with that Miroku-Sango momentmoreless
  • This is an episode you dont want to miss, on this episode towards the end you realize that hohaku has had enough.

    9.7
    This is an episode you dont want to miss, on this episode towards the end you realize that hohaku has had enough. Hohaku ended up slaying the villagers around him, and was going to kill the princess until sango came. Sango couldnt stand seeing blood on her brother cloths, when hohaku was fighting from within himself. Kagura swung them and took hohaku, on their way to the castl hohaku started having flashbacks of his sister and he fell off the feather. Kagura saved him and ask what you want to die? and he said he doesnt care if he does. In his mind he wanted to get revenge on naraku.moreless
  • Naraku orders Kohaku to take the infant and kill anybody around him. In the end, Kohaku remembers all the horrible things he done before his 'death'

    9.8
    A very good episode. I'm glad Kohaku remembers his past. He serve no real perpose other than to make Sango upset. In the Band of Seven arc, he is nothing but a messager. Now thats changed, Kohaku may become an intressing character. It was sad that brother and sister didn't meet.
  • Kohaku is being controlled by Naraku and has to kill all the nice people that were in the castle and this made him sad.Sango goes to see him and kohaku gets his memory back.moreless

    10
    This episode was one of the best I have seen yet.It was very touching and it was great news that kohaku got his memory back and wants revenge.It was sad when Sango started to cry.Also when miroku comforted sango it was very romantic,this episode was really awesome and sad at the same time.
  • I have to say this is one of the best Inuyasha episodes that I've seen in a long time.

    10
    This episode just seemed to have a special and different quality to it that I haven't seen before in Inuyasha. I liked this it alot. It seemed different from most of the other episodes, partially because of the 1st person camera views, but other things taht I just can't seem put my finger on. Perhaps it's also partially due to the actions of the characters that weren't something they do often. For instance, Kohaku got all his memories back on his own and vowed revenge on Naraku. When Sango started crying, my eyes teared up a bit. I didn't cry, but it was very emotional. Sango was very uncollected after she came across Kohaku, for obvious reasons, as opposed to her normally poised self. Miroku and Sango also shared a tender moment, which we don't get to see very often due to his lecherous ways. The next episode looks promising as well, with a potential strong Kagome moment in the future to boot. Not to mention the long awaited (by some) Kikyo meeting promised in the preview.moreless
Teryl Rothery

Teryl Rothery

Princess Abi (E)

Guest Star

Saeko Shimazu

Saeko Shimazu

Princess Abi (J)

Guest Star

Linda Darlow

Linda Darlow

Tekkei (E)

Guest Star

Janyse Jaud

Janyse Jaud

Kagura (E)

Recurring Role

Akiko Yajima

Akiko Yajima

Kohaku (J)

Recurring Role

Danny McKinnon

Danny McKinnon

Kohaku (E)

Recurring Role

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