The first two episodes had most screentime featured by Ril, and a bit of Vincent. In the second episode, they both got about the same amount of it. This episode, featured mostly Vincent, with a bit of Ril. It appears that he’s been in coma for ten days since, and he finds himself together with Pino outside of the big city, which apparently is called Romdeau. For Vincent, this was mostly an intermezzo, as he recovers from his fall and meets up with the local residents while Pino is being her usual awesomely cheery self. He still hasn’t lost te worries he had before his jump, so he’s gloomy as ever. Even though nothing much happened with him, I still have to say that I enjoyed watching him. For a male main character, he really appears to me as unique.
Then Ril. Even though she didn’t get a lot of screentime, there were a lot of different things happening around her. First of all, Iggy got taken away. This is no surprise after what happened in the last episode, but I’m sad to see him gone. I hope he comes back soon. The part that kinda shocked me is the fact that the series suddenly lost one of its most important bad guys. Only after episode four, the one that started all the drama suddenly ends up dead. This could really turn to be interesting. When I started this series, I was expecting some quest in order to kill the allmighty proxy, but thank goodness this series focuses more on the topic of human freedom and what to do with it.
Overall, I enjoyed this episode, although I can imagine that the more impatient people would be a bit turned off by this. The episode starts off a bit strange, as we get to see what’s inside Vincent’s dream, but that didn’t really mind me.