||Original Air Date
|May 2, 2014
The Stand-wielding Frenchman introduces himself as Jean Pierre Polnareff
, another assassin sent by DIO with the ability to cut through fire itself. After a brief demonstration of his Stand, he leads the group to the nearby Tiger Balm Garden to allow Avdol to use his flame abilities without restraint. The fight begins almost immediately, though not before Polnareff makes a prediction of Avdol's defeat at the hands of his own Stand. Silver Chariot starts the fight off with a flurry of sword strikes, most of which Magician's Red quickly dodges and counters with a several fire blasts. Polnareff further demonstrates Chariot's power by deflecting the shots toward a nearby statue and carves it to resemble Magician's Red. Avdol retaliates with his special technique, Crossfire Hurricane, and launches an Ankh-shaped flame at Polnareff, whom is able to once again deflect the blast at Avdol himself. Seemingly burnt by his own Stand, as predicted by Polnareff, Avdol launches Magician's Red at Chariot. Polnareff strikes back, but upon contact realizes the figure he had lit on fire earlier was not Magician's Red, but the statue he had carved himself. Avdol follows through with yet another Crossfire Hurricane with Polnareff taking the full force of the attack and is severely burnt. Avdol reveals a variation to his previous technique, Crossfire Hurricane Special, which is able to strike Polnareff by shooting several ankhs, one of which comes straight out of the ground. Defeated, Polnareff accepts his fate to die, but is spared when Avdol recognizes his act of chivalry. The group discovers another flesh bud on Polnareff's forehead, which Jotaro is easily able to remove. At the docks, Polnareff introduces himself once more and shares a story of how his sister
was murdered years ago by a man with two right hands
. He reveals that he had met DIO in Cairo days before and had been promised help finding the man who killed his sister. Polnareff realizes that the culprit is likely working for DIO and decides to join the group on their journey to Egypt.
||Dark Blue Moon
Dāku Burū Mūn)
|May 9, 2014
The Joestar group was currently on their way from Hong Kong to Singapore by ship when a child stowaway
was discovered in the ship's storage by a member of the ship's crew. The child managed to escape from said member and jumped into the ocean. The group tries to tell the child to come back to the ship as the ocean is shark-infested. Just before the child was about to be attacked by a shark, Star Platinum managed to save the child by punching the shark several times and incapacitating it. Jotaro rescues the child only to discover that the child was a girl. Joseph notices the shark resurfacing and sees it bisected by an unknown aquatic creature. Kakyoin proceeds to rescue Jotaro and the girl from long range with Hierophant Green. Polnareff assumed that the creature is a Stand and the group started to speculate if the girl was a Stand user and if she purposely led Jotaro into the ocean. They immediately confirm that she does not work for DIO. The captain of the ship, Captain Tennille
was going to have his crew take her down to the brig but before doing so, puts out Jotaro's cigarette and places it in his pocket. Jotaro accuses the captain of being an impostor and a Stand user. He manages to trick the captain into confirming that he is a Stand user. Jotaro explains that he did not actually know he was one and originally planned to use the trick with all of the crew on board. The impostor confirms that he is not the captain and immediately reveals his Stand, Dark Blue Moon
, to take the girl hostage. Jotaro managed to reverse the situation by using Star Platinum to quickly incapacitate the impostor and his Stand and rescue the girl. The impostor explains the extent of Dark Blue Moon's abilities and proceeds to create a whirlpool filled with its sharp scales to attack the disabled Jotaro whose Stand's body was covered almost entirely in barnacles. Jotaro goes limp and manages to focus his energy into Star Platinum's fingers. His fingers manage to extend to a long range, cut through Dark Blue Moon's head and effectively defeat the impostor. Joseph was about to throw a life raft to Jotaro when parts of the ship suddenly started to explode. Joseph came to the conclusion that the impostor placed bombs on the ships. The group and the rest of the ship's crew manage to save themselves by using the emergency boats. While they were at sea, the girl discovers a gigantic freighter
|May 16, 2014
As DIO stares at his reflection in a mirror, he and Enya
debate what it means to live. After the discussion, Enya tells him that there are seven Stand users already on their way to eliminate the Joestar group. On the ocean, the Joestar group and the crew of sailors that followed board a large freighter. The group searches the freighter only to find it completely abandoned but with all its machinery still functioning. The girl, Anne
, finds an orangutan
in a cage but Joseph dismisses it and suggests they split up to find its owner. While the group was on the deck, a sailor was impaled by the hook of a crane even though it was not functional and the sailors claim that the crane moved on its own. Joseph instructs the sailors to head down to the cabin and Kakyoin uses Hierophant Green to search the ship for any signs of a Stand. As Ann observes the sailors trying to use the radio, she realizes that the saltwater was making her body sticky and heads to the shower room to wash it off. The sailors are shown dead as the orangutan opens the door to the shower room. Jotaro sees the orangutan's cage door open. Just as the orangutan attempts to attack Anne, Jotaro hits it in the head with a lock. As he fights with it, he is suddenly hit by a fan and confirms the orangutan is a Stand user but wonders where the Stand is. The orangutan disappears into the wall after fighting him. On the deck, the Joestar group is shown sinking into the ship and they, along with Jotaro, assume that the freighter is the Stand. The orangutan returns to the showers and presents the name of his Stand, "Strength
" based on the Tarot card Strength as he taunts Jotaro with his intelligence. Jotaro flicks a button from his jacket at the orangutan while it's distracted by Anne to anger it. The orangutan jumps at him to attack him but is shot in the head by another button delivered by Star Platinum's Star Finger technique. It surrenders to Jotaro but he states that it had already broken the rules of being an animal and proceeds to finish it off with a barrage of Star Platinum's punches. Soon after, the freighter starts distorting and the group manages to board the emergency boats they came with as the freighter changed into a small boat. DIO is then informed by Enya of Strength's defeat and the remaining six Stand users, one of which is her son as she shows her two right hands linking her relationship with the man with two right hands.
|May 23, 2014
Jotaro's group arrives in Singapore and checks into the hotel. After they split up due to the overcrowded hotel preventing them from getting rooms close to each other, Polnareff discovers an eerie looking doll with a spear on its back sitting on his nightstand. He detects someone hiding in the room and demands they come out, and a large man emerges from the fridge. He introduces himself as Devo the Cursed
, with the Stand of the Devil tarot card. Devo asks how Polnareff knew he was in the fridge, and an angry Polnareff points him towards the contents Devo left on top of the fridge. Devo then summons his Stand, Ebony Devil
, which prompts Polnareff to summon Silver Chariot and quickly stab Devo in the face. Devo maniacally curses his killer with his Stand's ability before falling off the hotel balcony. Something slices Polnareff's ankle, and in response he calls Joseph and Avdol while he bandages himself. After Polnareff makes a second call to room service for medical assistance, the scene cuts to Avdol explaining Devo the Cursed to Joseph, stating that he is an assassin hired by criminals from all over the world, and that his Stand is powered by grudges against his attackers. After concluding it's dangerous for any of them to be alone, Joseph then calls Jotaro to have all four of them meet up in Polnareff's room. Polnareff searches for his room key, which he finds under his bed. However, as soon as he crawls under to get it, he hears footsteps and suddenly finds himself tied to the underside of the bed. Something takes a bottle of shampoo and squirts him in the eyes with it, blinding him. It then begins sawing off the legs of the bed, which ends up pinning Polnareff to the ground. The hotel room service comes to the door, and doesn't listen to Polnareff warning him of the danger in the room. The attendant is promptly killed with a razor slicing through his neck. The murderer reveals himself as the doll Polnareff found earlier, possessed by Ebony Devil. Polnareff attempts to attack the doll with Silver Chariot, but as he is unable to see his enemy, it is futile. The doll then soaks the entire room with the beer and other drinks in the fridge, intending to fry Polnareff with a short-circuiting hairdryer. However, just as the doll drops the hairdryer, Polnareff reveals he was purposely scattering the shards of the bedroom mirror to let himself see above the bed, as Chariot skewers both the hairdryer and the doll's head. Chariot slices Ebony Devil to pieces. The scene cuts to Devo hiding in the bathroom, now a mangled corpse due to his Stand being destroyed. Polnareff then joins up with the others, and Joseph reveals Hermit Purple can create spirit photos using TVs instead of Polaroids if he so desires, though it will be in the format of jumbling audio across channels into words. Joseph gathers through the audio that Kakyoin is a traitor, but DIO appears in the screen and blows up the television Joseph and Avdol are trying to use. Joseph concludes there must be something more to the story, and the episode ends with a cut showing Kakyoin with Jotaro outside the hotel, the former with a menacing look on his face.
|May 30, 2014
Jotaro, Anne and Kakyoin are walking together somewhere in Singapore. Jotaro decides to buy some chilled coconut juice for everyone at an ice cream kiosk. Kakyoin attempts to pay the cashier when a man suddenly snatches his wallet. Kakyoin uses his Stand, Hierophant Green, to trip the snatch thief. With a crazed expression, he proceeds to break the thief's nose and torture him by repeatedly breaking his back nonstop. Jotaro stops Kakyoin from doing so and becomes suspicious of Kakyoin. Kakyoin explains that he was just exhausted from the trip so he was in a bad mood. Jotaro however thinks he was enjoying it. Jotaro informs Kakyoin that the group will be leaving for India tomorrow so he plans on taking a cable car to Singapore Station to reserve tickets. Kakyoin notices four rhinoceros beetles on a tree nearby. Anne calls Kakyoin and sees a rhinoceros beetle's leg in his mouth. He proceeds to swallow it and appears to expand in size. Anne runs towards Jotaro out of fear towards Kakyoin's bizarre attitude. At the cable car station, Kakyoin asks for the cherry on Jotaro's ice cream and attempts to push him over the rail guard. Jotaro manages to save himself and pull himself up as Kakyoin states that he was just kidding and proceeds to play with the cherry on his tongue. Jotaro punches Kakyoin in the jaw when Kakyoin's jaw unexpectedly dislocates and is launched into the cable car. Kakyoin refutes Jotaro's statement by saying that he's not actually possessed rather he is a completely different person as Jotaro immediately realizes. The impostor
reveals that he has been growing in size. After Jotaro boards the cable car, the impostor reveals that he has a Stand that combines with whatever flesh that he consumes and even normal people can see and touch the Stand, which goes by the name of Yellow Temperance
after the Tarot card Temperance. Jotaro tries to use his Stand, Star Platinum, to attack the Stand user but ends up having his arm burnt by Yellow Temperance. As Anne calls Joseph Joestar to inform him of the current situation, Jotaro jumps out out of the cable car to escape from the Stand user. He tries to burn off the blob but ends up making it spread across his hand. He jumps onto and enters another cable car in an futile attempt to cool down the blob with a boy's ice pop but ends up making the blob dig deeper into his hand. A woman on the same cable car tells him that fire and ice don't work on it and consumes a puppy as she reveals herself to be the Stand user in disguise. The Stand user tells Jotaro that Yellow Temperance is nigh invincible but Jotaro reverts to a secret Joestar technique, running away, as he uses his Stand, Star Platinum, to punch a hole in the cable car and jump down along with the Stand user. As the Stand user lands in water with Jotaro, he opens his Stand's guard to allow himself to breathe. Jotaro finally manages to attack the Stand user and interrogates him about the remaining Stand users coming to assassinate them. He also reveals the identity of a Stand user by the name of J. Geil
, a man with two right hands, with a Stand named after The Hanged Man
Tarot card, the same man who killed Jean Pierre Polnareff's sister. He explains that J. Geil's abilities revolve around mirrors. The Stand user spots an opportunity to disable Jotaro by transporting his Stand through a manhole into a drainage pipe and catches him. Jotaro states that the Stand user was only lucky until that point and manages to counter it by using Star Platinum to punch the drain and increase water pressure which was enough to break the manhole open and send him flying back into the water. The Stand user begs for mercy but Jotaro responds by saying he's too pathetic to talk to anymore and proceeds to finish him off with a barrage of punches by Star Platinum. The Joestar group is now seen on a train to India. Polnareff now knows the identity of the man with two right hands, J.Geil. Avdol informs the group that Anne has left the group to try and find her father back in Singapore. Although doubtful of her purpose, Polnareff states that he'll miss her.
||Emperor and Hanged Man, Part 1
Enperā to Hangudoman Sono 1)
|June 6, 2014
The group is finally crossing India, but are worried about the place, known for having beggars, thieves, curry-eating and disease-ridden people. Avdol assures them that it is a nice country and all these stories are false. Polnareff goes to the bathroom and is given a stick to use. Confused as to why he would need one, he finds a pig sticking its head out of the toilet. One of the employees informs Polnareff that the bathroom was built with a pig sty right underneath it. Disgusted, Polnareff decides to hold it until they get to the hotel. As he washes his hands, Polnareff looks into the mirror and is surprised by a Stand with two right hands that he can only see in the mirror. Determined to avenge his sister, killed by the user of this Stand, Polnareff breaks the mirror and searches for the Stand user among the crowd. Jean Pierre Polnareff decides to separate from the group in order to find his sister's killer. Muhammad Avdol tries to stop him, sure that separating Polnareff from them is part of a trap. Polnareff accuses him of being a coward for running away from DIO, and a fight almost starts between them before Joseph Joestar stops Avdol's punch, telling him that Polnareff has made his own decision. Meanwhile, a cowboy named Hol Horse
and his lover Nena
are seen riding an elephant. Nena begs him to marry her, but Hol Horse tells her she shouldn't think about this since she is only 16 and is from a good family. He denies her request, saying he's a traveler destined to die on the streets, and he won't marry her because he loves her too much to make her suffer. He asks her to get off the elephant because he's going to see a friend., who is revealed to be J. Geil
, the man with two right hands and the user of the Hanged Man
. Hol Horse tells him that he's just using Nena because she's a woman who would do anything for her love. Before they are able to discuss their plans, a snake attacks J. Geil. Combining their Stands Emperor
and Hanged Man, the duo completely mutilate the snake. Later, as Polnareff searches for a lead, he sees the two Stand users slowly approaching him. Even though Jean Pierre Polnareff just saw Hol Horse and J. Geil approaching him, J. Geil suddenly vanishes from his view. The one left, Hol Horse, introduces himself and tells Polnareff how "the gun is mightier than the sword". Polnareff asks him about J. Geil, but the cowboy still insists how his Stand-shaped gun Emperor is stronger than Silver Chariot's sword. The french Stand user makes fun of this comparison by falsely mishearing his line, which makes Hol Horse laugh with him. Suddenly the cowboy summons his Stand Emperor and shoots Polnareff. To intercept the bullet fast enough, Silver Chariot takes off his armor, but the bullet avoids the sword by itself and goes to strike Polnareff. Muhammad Avdol appears just in time and saves Polnareff, but the bullet changes directions again to hit him instead. As Avdol summons Magician's Red to burn the bullet, he is stabbed by Hanged Man, only seen in the reflection of a puddle behind Avdol, and hit in the head by Emperor's bullet. Noriaki Kakyoin arrives just in time to see Avdol's demise and a crying Polnareff.
||Emperor and Hanged Man, Part 2
Enperā to Hangudoman Sono 2)
|June 13, 2014
Noriaki Kakyoin hopes that Muhammad Avdol's wound is not fatal, wanting to believe he's about to say something or get up. However, Avdol's body shows no reaction. Jean Pierre Polnareff approaches Hol Horse, but is warned by Kakyoin that this was something Avdol was against. Even though he's reluctant, Polnareff agrees to get away with Kakyoin in a nearby truck, but he sees Hanged Man inside another mirror. The Stand taunts Polnareff by telling him that he will soon join Avdol and Sherry in hell. Kakyoin jumps into the jeep, pulls Polnareff in and drives away, out of Emperor's range. J. Geil decides to go after the heroes. Polnareff tells Kakyoin he finally understands what Avdol was trying to tell him, and Kakyoin elbows him in the face in place of a handshake. He then tells Polnareff that now they are going to fight together. In the jeep, Kakyoin and Polnareff discuss how they can defeat Hanged Man and whether a world in the mirror really exists. In the middle of their conversation Kakyoin notices Hanged Man inside a metal part of the steering wheel. He hits the brakes to avoid the Stand, and the jeep flips over. At that moment Polnareff sees Hanged Man jumping from one reflective surface to another. Now that they know how Hanged Man works, they try to hide from all reflective surfaces. A boy trying to sell medicine approaches them, unaware that Hanged Man has moved into his eye. The Stand challenges them to cut the child's eye out, but Polnareff kicks sand into his eyes instead, forcing Hanged Man to move into the only reflective view available: Polnareff's eye. Since he can now predict Hanged Man's trajectory, Polnareff easily cuts the Stand before it manages to enter his eye. They hear J. Geil screaming at a distance and swear to avenge both Muhammad Avdol and Sherry Polnareff. Noriaki Kakyoin and Jean Pierre Polnareff find a man whom they assume to be J. Geil, but Kakyoin notes that this man has a right and left hand. J. Geil draws a crowd around them by claiming that Polnareff and Kakyoin want to give money to everyone. With so many people's eyes to travel between, Hanged Man's path becomes too unpredictable for them to hit the Stand. Kakyoin throws a coin into the air, making everyone look at it and leaving only one reflective surface for Hanged Man to travel to. Polnareff kicks sand into the eye Hanged Man is in currently, forcing the Stand to move to the coin, and slashes its path. J. Geil is incapacitated, and Polnareff attacks him personally with Silver Chariot, leaving holes all over his body. The body is thrown into the air and lands on a fence, hanging upside down. Hol Horse finally catches up to Polnareff and Kakyoin, confident that they are ignoring him out of fear. After Hol Horse insists on fighting them and starts shooting at glass with Emperor to help Hanged Man's attack, Polnareff tells him that J. Geil is already dead and his body a short distance from them. As Polnareff prepares to fight him, Hol Horse runs away under the pretext of checking his partner's body, but is stopped in his tracks by Jotaro Kujo and Joseph Joestar, who have just arrived after burying Muhammad Avdol. Surrounded on all sides, Hol Horse watches helpless as Polnareff sentences him to death and goes for the killing blow, but he is stopped by Nena, allowing Hol Horse to escape. Polnareff tries to run after him even though the woman continues to hold his leg, and, in the confusion, gets her hurt to the point of bleeding as he tries to drag her along the ground. The group leaves, unaware that a drop of Nena's blood has fallen on Joseph's arm. A talking wart
grows from it, and eats a fly when it comes near. As the group continues their journey, Nena reveals another talking wart on her tongue, which makes an ominous noise.
|June 20, 2014
Sensing J. Geil's death through the connection in her bloodline, Enya prepares to take revenge on his assailants with her minion who uses the Empress Stand. Elsewhere, Jotaro's group travel by bus towards Varanasi, joined by the woman from before, who introduces herself as Nena. Upon arriving in the city, Joseph, growing concerned about what he assumed to be a bug bite on his arm, goes to the local hospital to get it treated, as Nena sticks out her tongue which has a strange wart on it and remains with Polnareff. When the doctor attempts to cut the growth off, he is killed by the "bug bite", which has grown its own face and reveals itself to be the Empress. As Joseph tries to fight off the Stand attached to his arm, he is put into a further pinch when the Empress implicates Joseph for the murder of the doctor, putting the police on alert. Joseph attempts to hide from the police, but the Empress grows arms and manages to keep Joseph in one place, alerting the police towards his location. With the Stand unaffected by his Hamon techniques, since it is a part of his own body, Joseph instead uses Hermit Purple to squeeze and ensnare Empress, allowing him to break free. As Joseph searches for user of the Empress while trying to avoid attacks from the Stand as it grows larger and stronger, he comes across a barrel containing a black substance and sticks his arm inside. Though the Empress is initially undeterred in its attacks on Joseph, stating that it cannot be suffocated as it is not a living organism, the substance suddenly solidifies around it, stopping its movements. Joseph reveals that the barrel contained coal tar that he had sought out with a map created by Hermit Purple and some ashes. Joseph then proceeds to use Hermit Purple to rip the immobilized Empress to shreds, while elsewhere Nena is also torn to shreds, revealing her as the Stand's user and her true form as an obese woman who was using the skin of the younger woman as a disguise. After regrouping with Jotaro and Kakyoin, the group decides to travel by car to Pakistan, unaware that they are being followed by another car.
||Wheel of Fortune
Howīru Obu Fōchun)
|June 27, 2014
On their way driving to Pakistan, the group finds Anne hitchhiking at the side of the road and they reluctantly take her along with them. Upon continuing their journey, a red car gets in their way and leads them into the path of an oncoming truck. Jotaro quickly uses Star Platinum to avoid a fatal collision. After stopping at a roadside tea house later on, the group, believing the owner of the red car to be a Stand user, spots the car parked nearby and they start pressing the other customers, only for the car to drive off. They chase after the car, following a signpost that the car had switched around in advance, and wind up at a dead end, where the car appears from behind them and pushes them off of a cliff. Kakyoin manages to stop their fall by having Hierophant Green hook a cable to the other car, before Jotaro uses Star Platinum to pull themselves to safety, knocking the other car down the cliff in the process. Just then, a voice comes from their own car's radio, revealing the red car to actually be the Wheel of Fortune Stand, which emerges from the ground and destroys their vehicle, transforming into a stronger form. The Stand starts attacking Jotaro and the others with a seemingly unseen projectile, forcing the group to try and escape. Jotaro prepares to unleash an attack on Wheel of Fortune's underside, only to learn that the purpose of the earlier attacks was to soak them in gasoline. Wheel of Fortune's user, ZZ,[h] uses the sparks on his car to set Jotaro ablaze, seemingly killing him. However, Jotaro manages to avoid the flames by digging underneath the ground and uses Star Platinum to destroy Wheel of Fortune and send ZZ flying out into the open. After chaining ZZ to a rock, the group borrows the car, which had reverted to its original dilapidated form, and they continue their journey. Meanwhile, Enya, frustrated that all of her Stand wielders have been defeated, decides to confront them personally with her own Stand: Justice.
||Justice, Part 1
Jasutisu Sono 1)
|July 4, 2014
After explaining Holy's situation to her, Joseph manages to convince Anne to return back to her home in Hong Kong. With heavy fog making it dangerous to continue driving near the cliffs towards Karachi, the group stops by a nearby town to look for a hotel. After failing to get directions from a strangely silent restaurant owner, the group comes across a dead body lying on the street, uncertain of what has caused the man's death. With no one else in the town seeming to acknowledge the corpse's presence, the group becomes wary and suspects a Stand user is involved, with their suspicions growing when they discover the body is riddled with bloodless holes. Feeling they should leave the town, Joseph jumps towards what he believes to be their car, only to narrowly avoid being impaled by a spiked gate. It is then that Enya appears before the group, claiming to be an innocent old woman and she leads them to a nearby hotel. As the group checks into their rooms, Hol Horse shows up at the hotel, having tracked the Joestar group to their location. However, Enya, believing Hol Horse needs to die for abandoning J. Geil, attacks his wrist with some scissors before using Justice, her Stand which takes the form of the fog itself, to make a hole from his wound. Justice then uses the wound to control Hol Horse's arm like a puppet and make him shoot himself with his own Emperor, allowing Enya to set her sights on her next target: Polnareff.