The Battle Royale continues. With aid from Dennis, Yuya is able to make a comeback and the two pull off a combo attack to defeat their opponents. Dennis reveals himself to be a fan of Yusho Sakaki, and an even brighter and more comedic duelist then Yuya.
At the tag-duel, Gongenzaka is eliminated taking a hit for Yuzu, but she comes back and finishes off both opponents at once. Though Gongenzaka's Life Points were depleted, since it was a tag duel he still advances along with Yuzu.
Meanwhile, Kurosaki is confronted by the three Knights of Duels, who challenge him.
This episode contains examples of:
- Answer Cut: Thrice:
- Inverted when the screen cuts to Reiji and Nakajima discussing Serena's potential location after a scene showing where she is.
- After Dennis says Too bad there isnt an audience with us. The screen cuts straight to the cheering crowd in the stadium.
- After Yoko says she wants to see Michio duel, the screen cuts to Michio.
- Coincidental Broadcast: Averted. Serena walks away just before the large building-mounted TV she was watching switches to Kurosakis duel.
- Description Cut: After Serena walks away from the TV just after it cut to Kurosaki, the next scene includes Reiji insisting they'll be able to draw out Serena once she sees Kurosaki duel on TV.
- Graceful Loser: What does Halil scream as hes being defeated? I will learn from this!
- Moment Killer: After Dennis makes a Dynamic Entry and saves Yuya, he loses 2000 lifepoints for intruding and gets hit by some Harmless Electrocution.
- Spotlight-Stealing Squad: Every time Yuya tries to do something, Dennis beats him to it with one of his own cards. Surprisingly, he then lets Yuya make the final blow.
- True Companions: Shown during Yuzu and Gongenzakas tag-duel, as they keep taking blows for each other. This being media entertainment, people point it out.
- You Are Not Alone: What Dennis tells Yuya when the latter is having a flashback. Or his split personality begins to rise, its not clear.