|Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head|
|Rōmaji||Tadoritsuitara Itsumo Amefuri|
|Air Date||February 20, 2014 (Japan), June 20, 2015 (Toonami)|
|Ending||Shin Sekai Kōkyōgaku|
"Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head" is the 19th episode of Kill la Kill.
As the Covers start to kidnap citizens from Honnō City including Mako Mankanshoku while using their life force to power themselves, Satsuki Kiryūin triggers an explosion to allow Ryūko Matoi to escape.
A month later, the Elite Four have joined up with Nudist Beach to fight against the Covers as they take over Japan, whilst Ryūko has remained in a coma since the battle.
Meanwhile, Satsuki is hanging naked in a cage and being held captive by Ragyō Kiryūin. Ragyō Kiryūin explains that her father, Sōichirō Kiryūin, had faked his own death and disguised himself as Isshin Matoi in order to raise Ryūko and prepare his revenge against her. The Elite Four soon take a stand against the Covers, using a new device to rescue Mako from her imprisonment.
When the Covers start to use disruptive noises in defense, Ryūko awakens from her slumber, destroying the Covers and rescuing the prisoners in one shot. She then shows hostility towards Senketsu, feeling she herself is an inhuman monster, and states she will never put him on again.
In the post-credits, Satsuki breaks off her fake toenails on her big toes revealing metal ones as she plans her escape.
- Ryūko Matoi
- Satsuki Kiryūin
- Ira Gamagōri
- Uzu Sanageyama
- Nonon Jakuzure
- Hōka Inumuta
- Mako Mankanshoku
- Barazō Mankanshoku
- Sukuyo Mankanshoku
- Matarō Mankanshoku
- Shirō Iori
- Ragyō Kiryūin
- Nui Harime
- Sōichirō Kiryūin
- Mitsuzō Soroi
- Rei Hōōmaru