The Best Episodes of Assassination Classroom
Last Updated: Nov 15, 2018
The students of class 3-E have a mission: kill their teacher before graduation. He has already destroyed the moon, and has promised to destroy the Earth if he can not be killed within a year. But how can this class of misfits kill a tentacled monster, capable of reaching Mach 20 speed, who may be the best teacher any of them have ever had?
#4 - Past Time
Season 2 - Episode 16
Following the traumatic story of Koro Sensei's past, the E Class is left reeling after learning revelations about his past deeds and identity. As the gather themselves with this new information, it begins to affect their assassination plans.
#6 - Nagisa Time
Season 1 - Episode 22
Before Nagisa completely gives into his anger, Terasaka throws a stun-gun at him, urging him not to become a murderer and think about what's truly important. Despite being heavily beaten by Takaoka, Nagisa uses what he learned from Lovro to perform his secret technique; shocking Takaoka with a sudden clap before using the stun-gun Terasaka gave him to bring him to his knees, leaving him with the smile he fears so much before shocking him unconscious. Afterwards, the three assassins from earlier reveal the virus they used is nothing more than an enhanced food-poisoning bug that will wear off eventually, as they didn't agree with Takaoka's methods. The next day, after the affected students recover from their symptoms and Koro-sensei emerges from his crystallized state, the students makes the most of the remainder of their vacation before returning to school for the second term of their assassination classroom.
#9 - Talent Time
Season 1 - Episode 13
As Karasuma briefly senses what appears to be a fearsome aura coming from Nagisa, Akira Takaoka, an aquaintance of Karasuma from the Ministry of Defense, is sent to Class 3-E to take over Karasuma's role as P.E. teacher. While initially proving popular with the students to do his light-hearted personality, they soon learn his true nature as a ruthless and sadistic instructor who uses fear and violence to train his pupils. When Karasuma voices his objection, Takaoka challenges him to pick one of his students to face off against him using a real knife. Placing his faith in the aura he felt before, Karasuma nominates Nagisa to fight against Takaoka. Following Karasuma's advice and going against Takaoka's expectations of being afraid of wielding a knife, Nagisa uses the assassination skills he had learned and manages to get the upper hand on Takaoka, winning the match. When Takaoka violently objects to defeat, Karasuma beats him back while Asano fires him, with Karasuma returning to his usual teaching position.
#19 - Transfer Student Time - Second Period
Season 1 - Episode 11
Class 3-E prepare for the arrival of their second transfer student, who is allegedly more powerful than Ritsu. At that moment, a white-robed man named Shiro arrives with the new student, Itona Horibe, who claims to be Koro-sensei's younger brother. When Itona faces against Koro-sensei later that day, it is revealed that he possesses the same kinda of tentacles Koro-sensei has in his hair. While Shiro uses his knowledge of Koro-sensei's weaknesses to give Itona the advantage, Koro-sensei takes advantage of that Itona's tentacles are identical to his and uses Anti-Sensei knives against them, allowing him to knock Itona out of the ring and win the match. When Itona reacts negatively to the thought of studying and tries to counterattack, Shiro knocks him out and takes him back with him. Afterwards, the class try to ask Koro-sensei about how he and Itona are connected, but he remains tight-lipped, stating they must use assassination to find the answers they seek. The students, determined to kill Koro-sensei before anyone else, decide to have Karasuma teach them more assassination techniques.