Heck, you can say that after the four-episode long introductory worldbuilding portion the series pretty much becomes a long, continuous CMOA with some heartwarming and funny moments sprinkled throughout.
Kimi taking on Futayo and her existence-erasing spear with nothing but eroticism and dance. And she wins. Really.
To be fair, she also got in a couple of epic slaps to Futayo's face...
Episode 12: Toori deliberately activates a trap that the Pope President proclaims to be inescapable from. How so? It forces the victim to relive his/her most traumatic experience over and over, disintegrating him/her in the process. So what does Toori do? Take it in stride.
All of season 2 episode 10
Most prominently the battle between England and Musashi's writers. Shakespeare summons a manifestation of the combined works of her namesake in the form of King Lear. After divine intervention on Neshinbara's behalf fails, we are reminded once again that Shakespeare tagged Toussaint with a curse identifying him with the kingslayer MacBethearlier in the season, resulting in a capsule summary of Musashi's goals and its stance on the setting's "historical reenactment":