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  • This episode is really good, there’s plenty of angst in this one, lots of drama to keep it interesting
  • I enjoyed this one a lot because it’s about character development, and you can never have enough of that
  • The English dub is really good and I enjoy it a lot

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      RomeoXJuliet Episode 5 begins with Romeo and Juliet together in a small house where they’ve gone to get out of the rain. Juliet, who had gone out in her “Odin” disguise is discovered when Romeo walks in on her when she’s out of her clothes and down to an undershirt and without a wig. He saves her when she nearly falls in a fire out of shock and

      he wants to know why she’s disguised as a boy.

      This episode is really good, there’s plenty of angst in this one, lots of drama to keep it interesting. I enjoyed this one a lot because it’s about character development, and you can never have enough of that.

      This episode also has a very intense cliffhanger ending that keeps you on your toes. It’s a great episode that ...


      • helps develop Juliet’s character and gives her some emotional distress to show that this is a serious show and not just romantic and lighthearted.

        I recommend this show because it’s interesting and this episode was great. It has angst, suspense and drama. The English dub is really good and I enjoy it a lot. Kent Williams as Lancelot was a great performance. He did a real

        good job of portraying his character, and I’m mentioning him because of something important in the story that I won’t give away, but he’s an important character. This is a great episode that you can’t miss.

        Funimation is streaming RomeoXJuliet on their website Funimation.com/video English subbed and English dubbed under the title “RomeoXJuliet”. It’s also on their YouTube channel and available on DVD in two parts on Amazon.com or Rightstuf.com.




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