Go Back In Time And Save Yourself

Punch Line - Episode 5 - Ito Dies

Why doesn’t Yuta go back in time and prevent his body from getting stolen? It must not be that important to him.

Yuta and the cat

Today,  Ito died, and the cat-spirit-ghost-thing told Yuta that Yuta had the ability to save her. All he needed was a strong enough desire to save “someone”, and he could travel to any time in the space-time valley. I don’t understand why he doesn’t just go back in time and save himself. That would solve two problems at once.

Maybe saving “someone” means you can’t save yourself. It’s one of those rules like, “You can make three wishes, but you can’t wish for more wishes,” that annoy me. Who makes up these rules anyway?

The masked man gets shot

The masked man gets shot

Now, there’s also the case of the masked man who looks like a superhero. (As I’ve said before, I think he's Yuta’s real body in disguise.) Today, he got shot and proved he has the same power-up ability as Yuta. If it is Yuta in the flesh, then that’s all the more reason to get his body back. How you gon’ let someone use your body and get shot?! If you let someone use your car and they got in an accident, I bet you wouldn’t be letting them use your car again. (LOL. As if Yuta said, “here’s the keys to my body. Have fun.”)

Anyway, I’m just stressing the importance of making body-recovery a high priority on Yuta’s “To Do”  or “Reminders” list. You never know; the body snatcher might be sending embarrassing d--k-picks to all of Yuta’s friends or hijacking his Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook accounts. He needs to take care of that ASAP.

Speaking of social-media…

Yuta controls email

Yuta gained the ability to control people’s mobile phones and send email messages. If you had that ability, what would you do? And if you could go back in time, when would you go? Our audience is pretty clever; I'm expecting some good answers.