Haikyuu Episode 50

Review Episode 50:

Haikyuu has this issue with season endings. Season 1 ended on a low note for the team and a point that would have driven me crazy if season 2 wasn’t sitting ready to go. Season 2 has ended on a high note for the team but we didn’t get to the end of the tournament and the last episode was called ‘Declaration of War’. You can’t declare war and then end the season. Okay, apparently you can but it isn’t nice for the audience.

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Anyway, other than that, this was a good transition episode as we wrapped up the match with Aoba, saw the fallout, the celebration, the pep talks and the resolve and we walked in for the next match with the guy everyone seems to think is all that but mostly I just think he’s a jerk. I’ll do a full review of season 2 directly and then get to season 3, only I have to change from watching on AnimeLab to Crunchyroll because AnimeLab does not have the third season. Little bit sad about that because the streaming works much better for me on AnimeLab.


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2 thoughts on “Haikyuu Episode 50

  1. I never liked sports anime before until I watched Haikyu. Out of the ones I’ve seen I still think it’s the best. I watched season 3 as it aired and it was painful waiting for each episode. It’s definitely a good show to wait until after season and then binge watch.

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    1. I’d have to agree with that. I think if I’d had to wait between seasons or was only able to watch one episode at a time I wouldn’t have made it through to the end of this one.

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