HxH 73: Roly-poly little bat-faced girl

Hunter x Hunter episode 73 review

HxH 73

Since you can never have more than one-on-one battles in a shounen anime, the three of Gon’s group split up to face the three of Genthru’s group. Since Gon is the weakest, of course they put him up against Genthru, the strongest. Bisky and Killua go up against the horses with no names.

All around there were incidents and accidents, but Killua has the upper hand, and Bisky wins big time when she reveals that “this isn’t even my final form!!!” She transforms, then wins easily. You can call her Bisky, but I think I’ll call her Al. And Gon, going up against the strongest and the only guy whose name I can remember, is getting beaten to a pulp.

There’s also some crap about Tsezguerra, but I don’t think anyone ever cared about him nor should they. He’s meaningless to the plot, as is Goreinu. Now it’s up to Gon to scream his way to a power-up.

Character of the episode: Biscuit Krueger

Episode rating (out of four stars): **1/2

 

2017, Week 10: Birthday

2017, Week 10: Packers 23, Bears 16

This one wasn’t pretty, but it was the first win of quarterback Brett Hundley’s career, and a big positive for both the offense and the defense. The defense made a stop on 4th-and-10 with less than a minute to go to preserve the 7-point victory.

+: Davante Adams. He had some huge catches in this one, especially in the fourth quarter with the game in doubt. This guy needs to be re-signed so he can reach his full potential with Aaron Rodgers as his quarterback next season.

-: Justin Vogel. He muffed a snap late in the fourth quarter, causing a miss by Mason Crosby on a field goal that would have put away the game. Instead, the Bears got a second chance to try to tie it, but they did end up coming up short. Such a mistake on a field goal hold cannot be tolerated as it almost blew the entire game.

2017 Green Bay Packers: 5-4

Next week: vs. Baltimore