Wait when did I start watching Evangelion?
This episode reminds of me of the end of Evangelion where we learn the show was not about monsters and robots, but the human instrumentality project. It is needlessly complicated. I get that Jupiter was thought to be the king of the gods. But it is just silly how apparently Jupiter is the over-soul. Ok so Marianne’s plan was for this to happen at the end but it is just so convoluted and silly. Why even bother to bring her back. The V.V. arc is just beyond reasoning. I really wonder what they are trying to do with the end at this point. It is so grandiose and horrible. C.C.’s line sums up the entire episode.
This whole story does not make sense. If that was what Charles was trying to do the whole time why did he not implement it earlier? Why did they go through the whole all the inane details of everything? Why did they even bother attacking Japan in the first place? I thought this was about Sakuradite or something, and now no one could care less about that stuff. I just don’t get how the all the crap they had to do for the first season had to happen. Saying it is about C.C. is a cop out and bull crap so leave her out of this.
The end was pretty cool. Lelouch comes back and is a jerk about it. He also finally has Suzaku on his side. Although here is the problem; is Lelouch always on the good side or is Suzaku always on the bad side? If Lelouch ends up like kira and dead at the end of the series that will be a huge let down. I want to see some compelling motivates from characters and good story. I can give them a pass for these last two episodes as long as it ends on a bitchin’ note. This episode is a little better then the last episode but dang is it not why I liked this show in the first place.