A new fugitive is loose in 1951 Tokyo; as Constantine struggles to recover, Ray must look outside the team for help; Ava joins Nate and his family for an unconventional Thanksgiving dinner.
Did You Know?
Historically, Kaupe is a malevolent spirit from Hawaiian folklore that calls out at night and lures people to their death. See more
The episode has Honda give a big impassioned speech about the horrors of World War II and the attack on Hiroshima, but there were two problems with this; first, Honda wasn't in Hiroshima when the bomb struck, he was in China as a POW of Imperial Military, with his family living in Tokyo at the time. Second; the horrors that he experienced were of his own country, during his service Ishiro Honda was manager of a "Comfort Station" which was little more than a brothel established for soldiers, watched as the Japanese movie industry became an enterprise that would make Joseph Goebbels proud and was left with nightmares for the rest of his life. See more
Hey, cheers, big man. And now I am gonna go and, uh, satiate my most wonderful habit. Gonna have a smoke.
What? No, no, no. D-Don't ruin it. We just cured you.
References Groundhog Day