Now, Denji has a steady job (for life, or otherwise), and the ability to eat toast with anything he can imagine on his head, no matter how it looks. How crude, he has reached a fork in the road: what should he live on now? What is his next goal? Of course, the conclusion he reached was simple – he would touch a girl’s chest. The way he saw it, he never had a chance before because he was poor and smelly, but now what? He has an actual bed, some food in his stomach and even a shower, so why not? Plus, he has his eye on the girl of his dreams, Makima.
That’s right, the first woman who threatened to kill him at the end of last week’s episode and how to force him to work for her like a dog or be executed. Of course, Denji took the job, not realizing how foolishly he had moved from one abusive relationship to another. She plays him as a joke, and it works, because he loves her for good reason – he has never seen a single act of kindness, and thinks the world of any who extended a number to him. This is where “Chainsaw Man” does a delicate balancing act that’s juvenile, raw, and insignificant, but also knows when to pack some serious emotional punch in regards to upbringing. taught by Denji.
But still, this is “Chainsaw Man,” and while we don’t see the typical man made from saws in this episode, we do get an episode all about the juvenile humor of Denji human, and if you can watch with it, it rules.
https://www.slashfilm.com/1060244/chainsaw-man-episode-2-hilariously-introduces-the-rest-of-the-team-as-well-as-the-nut-devil/ Chainsaw Man episode 2 hilariously introduces the rest of the team, as well as the particle devil