Yes, I’m finally caught up on reviews!  …Sorta.

If a bottle tells you not to drink it, YOU PROBABLY SHOULDN’T DRINK IT.


Inugami and Shigaraki get into Kokkuri’s special stash of youth spring water and end up turning into a baby (Inugami) and a kid (Shigaraki) that Kokkuri and Kohina must now take care of.  Shigaraki attempts to use his new boy form in order to commit lewd acts without punishment, but Kokkuri turns him into a baby with the spring water out of anger—so now they have TWO babies to take care of.

Shigaraki is pretty cute as a kid. Fortunately(?) it doesn’t last long.

To be fair, you kinda brought this on yourself, Kokkuri-san.

Kohina obviously wants none of this so she leaves Kokkuri to handle the two babies by himself.  Eventually Kokkuri reaches his breaking point and turns himself into a kid with the remaining spring water.  Thus, Kohina calls on Tama to help her take care of all the kids.  Fortunately for everyone involved, things get resolved by the end of the episode.

Tama… I didn’t know you were into these sorts of things…

My Opinion:

A pretty decent episode.  It was nice to see the kid/baby forms of the cast.  Shigaraki actually makes for a pretty cute boy, though Inugami is a really terrifying baby, god damn.  Also, Tama should never have children ever, for the sake of everyone involved.

Gugure! Kokkuri-san has covered aliens, demonic spirits, and gender-bending, so I suppose it was only a matter of time before they did the whole “everyone turns into babies” gag.  I’m happy to say, Kokkuri-san manages to put a fairly interesting spin on it, if only because Kokkuri is not willing to put up with Shigaraki’s and Inugami’s crap even if they do look like babies.  It’s a little bit confusing though, in that only Kokkuri seems to have his mental age also reversed; whereas Shigaraki and Inugami acted pretty much the same even as babies despite drinking the same spring water.  The episode mentioned Kokkuri having been mentally “broken” from his ordeal but that was still pretty weird that he snapped out of it right away when he returned back to normal.

Overall, I found this to be a funny and enjoyable episode.  It’s always nice to see Tama again, and I’m glad that the Tengu from the last episode didn’t show up because that would have turned a fairly light-hearted episode really creepy.

Anyway, out of five:

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Next episode is apparently the last… I’ll be sad to see this series end.