Mustang, Alphonse, Havoc, and Hawkeye split up to search a military laboratory. If Lust has her way, none of them will ever see each other again.

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Episode Notes

  • This episode is adapted from content in Chapter 38: Signal to Strike, Chapter 39: Complications at Central and Chapter 41: On the Palm of an Arrogant Human Being.
  • The symbols in this episode's title card are Mustang's Flame Alchemy sigil along with the Ouroboros.
  • Mustang's comment regarding the way human fat disperses into the air and sticks to his lips when a body has been incinerated nearby is altered in this episode; instead, he claims to confirm Lust's incineration by the smell.
  • Ling and Lan Fan's joint battle against Envy and Gluttony is omitted from this episode, as is the manga's first mention of the Homunculus Pride.
  • There is a slight continuity error in this episode. Previously, Hawkeye had shot Barry's human body through the right hand. In this episode, when the body grabs the broken armor plate near the end, there is no wound, despite in the same shot in the manga, it is still bleeding quite heavily.
  • The preview for this episode was written so as to mislead viewers into thinking that Hawkeye was the one to whom the episode's ominous title was referring.
  • This is the only episode in English in which someone (specifically, Lust) correctly pronounces Havoc's first name as the French equivalent of "John", rather than "Gene".
  • This episode received a TV-MA rating when it aired on Adult Swim in the United States.
  • This episode marks the death of Lust, as well as the death of Barry the Chopper.
    • Lust is the first Homunculus to permanently die.

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