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The Demon Slayer Season 2 Episode 9 Scene That Has Fans Cracking Up

"Demon Slayer: KImetsu no Yaiba" is an anime adapted from a hit manga that's all about Tanjiro Kamado, a young man who is on a never-ending quest to become a titular Demon Slayer after his sister is turned into a member of their fold and his entire family is slaughtered in an attack. The rest of the series follows Tanjiro's quest to return his sister to human form and take down the demons who have ruined his world.

The subject matter is pretty grim, and you wouldn't think there's a lot of room for levity in such a harsh environment, but the manga and anime still pack in a few laughs as the program goes along. One moment in particular which took place during Episode 9 of Season 2, "Infiltrating the Entertainment District," delighted fans who gather at the "Demon Slayer" subreddit. Which scene in the episode pleased them so very much, and why?

Fans love Uzui's disappointed face

The scene featured Tengen Uzui, a flashy retired demon slayer, walking about with Tanjiro, who has been made up to look like a geisha by Uzui so that they, just as the title hints, may infiltrate the entertainment district to find their quarry. It seems fans at the Demon Slayer subreddit can't get enough of the expression on Uzui's face in the scene (see above).

"You would think he's better at applying make up with having three wives," joked u/Optimal_Stress467 of both Tengen's ability to apply makeup and his marital status. Many fans promptly weighed in on his apparent hotness, having never seen him with his hair down before this scene. A few fans conversely complained that the scene packed in too much comic relief.

"I laughed so much when I read the manga," commented u/Lord_Sesshoumaru77, who declared that the anime hasn't disappointed them in this department. u/PepperMintGumboDrop noted that Zenitsu was "pulling off that Florence Pugh blank stare vibe right there." 

"Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba" fans, it seems, are just as funny as the anime and manga they so love.