A mysterious man named Yotsuyu Yagiyama, who was hiding in the Higashikata family's cellar, has attacked Yasuho. Who is he, and how does he know Josuke's secret? Meanwhile, Josuke, who is worried about Yasuho's safety, questions Tsurugi about his suspicious behavior.
It's a bit different from the creepy lyrics of Tōryanse or London Bridge, but I was shocked recently when I read the lyrics of a famous American folk song called My Darling Clementine. It's about a gold miner's daughter, the fairy-like Clementine, who falls and drowns in the river because of her large feet, leaving the narrator (her lover, or perhaps her father) sad and lonely. And yet as soon as he kisses her little sister, he forgets about her. That's the end. Oh, God, who the hell is this guy? What is he thinking?! But the lyrics are still very powerful.