“Spy x Family” is a manga and anime series written and illustrated by Tatsuya Endō. The story follows a spy named Twilight, who is tasked with infiltrating an elite school to assess the abilities of a telepathic girl named Anya. In order to do so, Twilight must create a fake family and enroll them in the school. The manga was first published in Japan in 2018 and has since been adapted into an anime series that premiered in 2021. The series has received positive reviews for its unique blend of genres, including action, comedy, and drama. It also received positive feedback for its unique premise, characters and its representation of family. Spy Classroom Season 2 Episode 2: Mission: Flower Garden II
In the starting of episode, The girls devise a strategy to take down Klaus when he is taking a shower. In order to reduce light, they seal the windows with black sheets and turn off the electricity. They rush in as it is completely dark, aiming to beat him before his eyes adjust to the gloom. Klaus instructed the girl to beat him five days prior by forcing him to declare his surrender. They are free to employ any techniques they like and to arrive in groups as well. Grete speculates that this is akin to true espionage work training, and they may gather information about him or perhaps take his family hostage. In order to impress him, they decide to work together. Insisting that their numbers would be sufficient, they charge at him head-on, but they are quickly routed, and Klaus advises them to use caution in the future.
The girls try a variety of strategies throughout the course of the following five days, but none of them is successful. They attempt to remove him from the shower because his eyes aren’t used to being in the dark, but Lily trips over a soap bar and they are unsuccessful. Klaus commends them on their perseverance because this was their twelfth try. He departs and warns them that he will come tonight and that they should prepare for a more effective attack. The girls believe that because Klaus was probably never in their situation, he cannot relate to their concerns. Lily disagrees, thinking he is carrying extra weight. Lily then wants to provide a suggestion as their leader, but the others haven’t yet acknowledged her in that capacity. All of their conversations are being monitored and recorded at the same time.
C, who has also heard that Klaus is having difficulty instructing the girls, gives Klaus more information about his Impossible Mission. C advises him that he must allay the girls’ worries. His crew was once a reliable way for him to reach you, but they are no longer there. On the drive home, Klaus remembers how he got the mission and how he told Guido that he and the others are his family and that he would gladly put his life in danger to protect them.
When Klaus enters Heat Haze Palace, a net is thrown at him, but he dismisses it with ease. Klaus chooses to explain their purpose after noticing that everyone is present and discloses that Lamplight weren’t the first to try the Impossible Mission. Before them, the Inferno squad attempted the challenge. Thea remembers that she became a spy in order to join them since she thought they were the best spy squad in the Din Republic. She is informed by Klaus that Inferno no longer exists because there is only one member left, and that member is Klaus. On the directions of his boss Guido, Klaus, then going by the codename Bonfire, conducted a solo mission last year.
The mission was taken on by the remaining Inferno members while he was away, but none of them survived. Despite his apology for terrifying them, Klaus had a valid reason for picking the seven of them. He won’t coerce them into joining the expedition; instead, he will give them the choice. Lily and the others decide right away to go with him. After spending the afternoon exploring the Palace, the girls had already assumed that he was from Inferno. As a result of their investigation and inquiries, they concluded that the locals were significant to Klaus. Since the ladies also struck rock bottom after losing them, they are determined to help him climb out with them. He must have touched rock bottom after losing them. By appointing Lily as their leader, Klaus feels that he made the correct decision.
When the moment is right for their Impossible Mission, Klaus and the girls travel to the Galgad Empire. Two factions formed, one commanded by Lily and the other by Klaus. They must steal a sample from a lab outside the Imperial capital in order to complete the task. Endy Laboratory, which is formally a pharmaceutical firm lab, is actually a covert facility for the development of cutting-edge weapons. Thea and Grete, who make up the intelligence team, begin by gathering data. As members of the Specialist team, Annett and Sara assist the other squads by utilising their unique skills. Sara sends information to Lily via Barnard. They located a crucial player, and the Operations team has to get in touch with them.
While Lily and Sybilla are watching, Sybilla snatches the victim’s pocketbook with ease. However, police arrive and request to inspect them, stating that they are tourists and that the area is full of pickpockets. The officers leave after without finding anything. Lily inquires as to where Sybilla concealed the wallet; Sybilla replies that she didn’t, and that it was stolen, assuming that only one person could have done so. Klaus then emerges in disguise and vanishes. Grete meets Klaus after receiving a note from Lily. She was shocked at how much data he had amassed on his own. They attest to the fact that the sample hasn’t been taken out of the lab. Lily wants to have a party the evening before the procedure, Grete informs Klaus. Klaus wonders whether she forgot they are spies in a hostile nation. Lily’s concern over the team’s level of exhaustion is confirmed by Grete, who shares her suspicion. With the assurance that he will arrange a reservation at a reputable restaurant, Klaus remembers that this is their first task. In order to avoid making it seem more suspicious, Grete advises Klaus to accompany her.
The females come together for the party the evening before the operation. While keeping an eye on them from the outside, Klaus detects something and enters to find everyone intoxicated and dozing off. He questions why they aren’t more anxious, and Sybelle responds that they are anxious and afraid but feel safe right now because Klaus promised he would be there. Klaus remembers hearing that someone’s permission to watch them while they sleep indicates that they trust you. When Klaus turns to look at the women, he is reminded of Inferno and his determination hardens. The girls awaken later and discover a note from Klaus. It informs them of a potential for plans. They are currently reversing the direction that they were intended to enter from (they from east, he from west). He compliments them since he is aware of how difficult it was for them to work under a supervisor who was incapable of instructing or elaborating. The females are taken aback by his thanks, but they are also delighted.
On the night of the mission, Klaus remembers C stating that although biological warfare is prohibited, their army felt it was okay to conduct study on the subject. Then a galgad spy took a sample from them. Galgad will need a year to examine the substance, although there have been indications that they are working more quickly than expected. The deadly virus known as Abyss Doll must be recaptured by Klaus and the girls.