Recap: Voltes V: Legacy, Episode 71 – Under Attack
Mark and Steve report to Dr. Hook about their Boazanian encounter. From now on, none of the Voltes team will leave CBF without security. After they leave, Steve thanks Mark for saving his life earlier. Mark just ignores him, but Steve insists that even if they’re not okay, they should at least try to work things out for the team. Mark mans up and takes Steve’s hand for a shake, but walks away.
Down in the castillo, Draco and Zandra wonder if the reason they can’t defeat Voltes V is because the pilots are also Boazanians. Draco splashing Steve with the microbio seems to be undeniable proof. But Zardoz refuses to believe such low life forms could be like them. Draco and Zandra think about what they can do next with this information even if Zardoz is stubborn.
Next day, the Marites that the Armstrong Bros are half-Boazanians have spread all over CBF. Eva tries to comfort Steve. Jamie comes over and then leaves when she sees the present company. Eva is happy when Steve confirms that there is no status between him and Jamie.
Later, Steve finds Jamie outside and says she can’t always avoid him. Jamie wants only a professional relationship with him so she doesn’t umasa. So he better not umasa also. Eva hears everything, but immediately approaches Steve to tell him to love her instead.
Steve says they are not together anymore. Eva says he led her on then. But Steve denies that and says sorry if she thinks he paasa’d her.
Steve leaves and goes to Little Jon to talk about all the people who have helped them along the way, especially their Papa. They are fine with being half-Boazanian, but Steve warns Little Jon not to think too lightly of their Kuya Manuel… or Zardoz.
Down in the castillo, Zandra tells Zardoz that she believes the Armstrong Bros could be Hrothgar’s children. They show him human records proof that Hrothgar and Ned Armstrong are the same person and the Armstrongs are his sons.
Oslak reports this new development to Zambojil. The emperor suggests to ensure Zardoz is embarrassed in front of the Boazanian people.
At CBF, Dr. Hook checks in on the investigation over Jamie’s assassination attempt. Good thing too as another assassin attempts to kill Jamie in the training room tonight. Jamie gets whacked on the shoulder with a kendo stick and shot in the stomach by someone in a kendo uniform.
Lol at them needing to recap the Apable Arc since it’s been so long ago on this oddly paced show lol
Meh to returning back to the love triangle/quadrangle stuff. Just imagine too that before the extension to 90 episodes, this would be how they start the penultimate week of episodes! How underwhelming.
Anyway, why repeat the Mark in a coconut hair scenario with Eva. They are not equal! lol
But anyway, Eva is correct about Steve paasa-ing her. He led her on and entertained her hanging all over him instead of being clear that they are no longer together and there was no chance for them to be together. Steve used Eva just to avoid going up against Mark for Jamie. And that’s a real gago move. But of course the show will redeem Steve by making Jamie a murderer. Lolol
Meh also at the way they are unfolding the Zardoz/Armstrong Bro connection. It should be a HUGE moment on the show. But they are somehow doing all they can to take all the air out of that balloon. We want it to pop! Not slowly lose air. Oh well.
FOUR more weeks of this show! Honestly, I’m ready to be over it.
Voltes V: Legacy Episode 71 is supposed to be available on GMA Network’s official YouTube channel:
But they want you to watch live so they can boost the ratings and post on social media how much they’ve beaten Batang Quiapo in the ratings!
I’ve seen people talk about how people worldwide should subscribe to GMA Pinoy TV in order to watch the series. I’d recommend that if you are interested in watching lots of Filipino programming. But if you only want to watch Voltes V: Legacy, I don’t think it’d be a good investment. Especially since you can’t watch the series on demand anyway. GMA Pinoy TV is a linear, premium TV channel on most cable and satellite systems.