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Jigoku Shoujo: The Quiet Lakeside

Mysterious deaths have been happening all over a town. Men with no apparent connections to one another have been found dead, stabbed with a bamboo skewer, with their hands in the "peace" symbol. Eventually, the owner of a restaurant is discovered by Ichimoku Ren to be the culprit. His wife and son were killed and his daughter put into a coma when a drunk driver crashed into their house five years prior to the episode. As news crews filmed the report of the incident, drunken men danced in the background with their hands in the "peace" sign. Offended, the owner had only recently decided to kill them, as he learns he has terminal lung cancer and will most likely not live to see his daughter awaken. Too weak to kill the last one, who has already seen his face and filed a police report, he uses the Hotline to Hell. Ai reveals that the penalty of sending someone to Hell does not cover other sin, such as murder. The man is willingly taken to the hospital by the police, however in a twist, Kikuri has awakened his daughter. The price he must pay for the murders is that he will spend the rest of his life in jail, unable to be with his daughter and because of this, he breaks down.

Episode Info
Episode number: 2x13
Airdate: Saturday January 06th, 2007

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)

Alternate Airdates:

SG (Animax) Nov 09, 2007

Guest Stars
Hiroki YasumotoHiroki Yasumoto
voiced Tatsuhiko Makimura
Takashi MatsuyamaTakashi Matsuyama
voiced Kihachi Kusumi
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