Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! - Episode 035
|Series||Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!!|
|Japanese ED||"One Way"|
|Japanese||November 27, 2022|
|Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! episodes (season 1)|
|Next||"Feelings I Want to Convey, Yay!"|
"London, Lies, and Cassette Tape" is the thirty-fifth episode of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GO RUSH!! anime. It first aired in Japan on November 27, 2022.
Yuhi and co. managed to capture London, but he then escaped. He left behind a cassette tape for them on the desk. The tape conveys London’s grim resolve. The message on it reads: “By the time you listen to this tape, I’ll definitely be challenging that Great King dude to a Rush Duel for sure. It’s showtime!
Featured Duel: London Kirishima vs The☆Lugh
An unknown amount of time is skipped
London has 2500 LP, "Arts Angel Glyco Razer" (1500/0) and two copies of "Arts Angel Guard Dolby" (0/1500) face-up on his field, all in Attack Position; The☆Lugh has 3500 LP, three monsters on his field, all in face-down Defense Position, and a face-down card on his Spell & Trap Zone.
London Tributes both copies of "Guard Dolby" to Tribute Summon "Arts Angel Metal Position" (2500/1500). London activates the effect of "Metal Position", sending a face-up DARK Attribute Fairy Type monster from his field to the Graveyard to change a face-down monster on The☆Lugh's field to face-up Defense Position, then inflict damage to The☆Lugh equal to that monster's original ATK. London sends "Glyco Razer" from his field to the Graveyard and changes The☆Lugh's face-down "The☆Dragias" (2500/1500) to face-up Defense Position (The☆Lugh: 3500 → 1000 LP). London's hand contains "Pierce!". As The☆Lugh's face-down monster was flipped face-up by London's card effect, The☆Lugh activates his face-down Trap Card "The☆Burn" to destroy a face-up monster on London's field, then inflict damage to London equal to that monster's original ATK. The☆Lugh destroys "Metal Position" (London: 2500 → 0 LP).
The following cards appeared in this episode. Cards in italics debuted here. Cards that appeared in the opening can be found here.
- The title is a reference to the 1989 film Sex, Lies, and Videotape.