Episode 30 greeted us with Giorno triumphantly defeating Cioccolata, beating him with an impressive barrage of fists and the “Muda!” expression his father Dio used his own stand; The World.
This victory was hard-earned and also felt impressively cheesy in all the right ways for Giorno; it showed all the characteristics of his intuition and quick-thinking but also felt farfetched in their describing how his Golden Wind’s ability works. I think something simpler would have done the trick. Also, it felt a bit weird how Cioccolata’s body parts could move despite them being severed; even if he had his stand’s mold stopping him from bleeding out, he should not be able to move his extremities if they are not connected to his body.
I feel that Secco will be majorly angry when he does manage to check his second voicemail, it seems that his determination to make Cioccolata has gotten him hyper focused on Bucciarati. The first voicemail he checked had Cioccolata explaining his plans to Secco, also telling him “I love you”, but I am unaware whether this is in a romantic fashion, or how one would tell it to their pet. Regardless of what happens, I am interested as to how an undead, injured Bucciarati stands up to a focused, possibly enraged Secco in episode 32.
I am sure anyone who is a fan of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: Stardust Crusaders instantly recognized the mysterious figure in a wheelchair sporting binoculars they teased at the end of the episode. For those of you who do not know, I am pretty sure it is Polnareff. Whether-or-not he is going to get involved with Bucciarati’s fight despite being in a wheelchair, I do not know, but I am excited to see him again since it has been a whole season since we saw him in action.