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Hate is the 7th episode in Season 2 of Glitchtale, and was released on December 1, 2019.
Papyrus and Sans head to the arena, Chara separates his brother from Bete, Undyne comes to terms with her past actions and transforms into her Undying form to save Ronan and Hugo, and Toriel and Asgore fight Bete in the arena. This leads to Asgore being heavily wounded and Toriel vulnerable. Everyone is bracing for a fight.
The episode begins with Papyrus remembering how he has been thought of as weak by others due to his kind nature, showing that he badly wants to prove to them what he can be and that he can fight too. He then awakes in the rubble of the house after the blob attack, and realizing that he had failed, he begins to cry, believing that everyone else was right about underestimating him. However, as Papyrus continues to cry, Sans teleports to the surface from Gaster's lab and notices his brother.
At the school's safe perimeter, Rave receives the call from Jessica, first seen in Game Over Part 2, alerting him that he has permission to utilize his magical technologies. Before Rave is able to understand the situation, he hears a building collapse over her and does not receive a response. He attempts to communicate with Ronan but also receives only silence. Heading outside, he notices the Kumuzilla wrecking havoc in the city. Rave's attention is then alerted to Gaster, who had been teleported to the school after using the teleportation device. Rave, recalling Gaster's identity from a history book, explains their location and questions the whereabouts of Jessica, to which Gaster harshly alerts him of her death.
Gaster then decides to head to the arena to confront Bete Noire, but Rave first assists him by using a magical healing device using a metal called Arnicite, that can store and utilize magic, to heal Gaster's broken leg caused by the collapsing rubble.
Back at the arena, Chara, Toriel, and Asgore battle against Bete and Asriel before formulating a plan. Distracting Bete Noire by using a weak Special Hell, Chara works with the other Dreemurrs to get Asriel out of the arena, allowing Chara to confront him alone. Bete attempts to pursue, but Toriel and Asgore work together to hold her at bay and prepare to finish her.
Directly following this, a combination of events causes the Kumuzilla to send a massive building collapsing on the trio. While Undyne watches in horror, Hugo escapes through her grip and jumps into his father's arms while crying. Undyne is then reminded of Ronan comforting her and telling her that she should use her pain as energy to fight for others' betterment. She then musters up her courage, summons multiple spears, and sends them flying upwards, holding the falling rocks up. However, the rocks' massive weight begin to crack the spears, and Undyne is shown clearly struggling to maintain them for as long as possible.
Undyne then, in her mind, talks to Alphys and begins to realize that she had drifted from what Alphys loved so much about her, being her enthusiasm, her optimism, and her desire to do anything to help others with a strong passion. Gaining motivation from her lover's conversation, Undyne musters up her Determination, transforming back into her Undying form. Sending a vertical storm of spears, she annihilates the entire collapsing building. With Ronan and Hugo shocked by Undyne's immense power, she tells them that they need to focus on getting themselves to a safe place and assures them that she'd somehow been able to deal with the Kumuzilla afterward.
At the arena, the two Dreemurrs continue their battle with Bete Noire. When Bete demonstrates her ability of pyrokinesis, Asgore recognizes the consciousness of Agate Lightvale within her. While Asgore solos Bete, the latter casts an illusion on Toriel to force her to watch Asgore brutally demolish the six human children all over again. As it looks to Asgore that he is gaining the upper hand, Toriel then sees Bete as Chara, and as Asgore readies to attack, she sends a massive fireball with all her rage and hatred together, blowing him up, and leaving his body covered in severe wounds. Bete then watches, amused as Toriel realizes what she had done, and collapses to the ground in tears.
- Sans does not remember Frisk and only feels something is off, just like Toriel in Game Over Part 1.