- Written by Yuya TakahashiDirected by Shojiro Nakazawa
Kiriya runs through a corridor, gasping for air. Finally, he runs into one of the rooms, finding there a corpse prepared for the wake. He removes the veil and then falls on his knees, screaming...
... And then promptly wakes up in a hospital bed, still recovering from the injuries he sustained during the clash with Genm. But the rekonwalescent has to be put on hold, for his roommate, an old factory owner, has an attack after an argument with his daughter. Turns out to be another person infected by the Bugster virus. Truly, no rest for the wicked.
However, the CR does not trust him prohibit him from interfering with the Bugster business. However, when it turns out the man is infected with two strains of the Bugster virus, each one of them holding the remaining Level 3 Gashats! With Kiriya promising that there will be no lies from now on, will Emu be able put his trust in the coroner once again?
This Episode contains the following Tropes:
- Break His Heart to Save Him: Shiori's dad attempts this, since he doesn't want to see him like that. He even goes as far as to fire her from his factory.
- Cassandra Truth: None of the CR members are willing to believe or trust his claims about Kamen Rider Gemn due to his previous actions. And after Parado's interfereance, it's less likely that they trust him.
- Downer Ending: Because of the Bugsters interference (Parado switching places with Kuroto to make it look like he was Gemn all along), Kiriya's truth is made a lie, and the trust between him and the other riders is all but gone. The only glimmer of hope is that Emu seems to have a bit of trust left.
- Driven to Suicide: Kiriya's friend after he told him he had the Bugster virus. According to Hiiro, it was automobile related.
- Flashback Nightmare: The episode starts with Kiriya having one, dreaming of the time he found about his friend's death.
- It's All My Fault: How Kiriya feels about his friend's fate and the main reason he is hesitant to tell the truth, to prevent another Awful Truth scenario.
- Offscreen Teleportation: When Shiori is chased by Chambara Bugster, she turns around to see if he's still there. He isn't, because in classic Slasher Movie villain style, he is now in front of her.
- Pun-Based Title: The title of the episode itself. "Some lie", in its Japanese pronunciation ("Samu rai") is a play on the word "Samurai".
- Sword Limbo: Ex-Aid gets to do it twice in the same fight: once against Chambara Bugster's sword and later against Genm's Deadly Disc.
- Took A Level In Bad Ass: Once Lazer goes Level 3, he manages to put Genm on the ropes.
- What the Hell, Hero?: Kiriya puts Emu against the wall because the intern decided to tell the patient that the Game Disease can be fatal. Seeing as this reminded him how the Awful Truth costed his friend's life, he does make a strong argument.
- Gashat Count: Ex-Aid: 2 Brave: 2 Snipe: 1 Lazer: 2 Genm: 2