Discuss R2 Episode 22. Adult Swim Video: (Up approximately Weds)
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I liked this episode. Nina is on the road to redeeming herself and is back with her old friends, Milly and Rivalz, who are hiding her despite all she had said and done. The loyalty between friends is a touching thing.
And, wow. Nunnally's alive. That was certainly a shock for Lelouch, I'm sure.
Lelouch can't get a break can he?
Finally kills his dad, and mom while he's at it, becomes Emperor, and get Suzaku on his side. In return he finds his beloved sister is still alive, which would be great if she wasn't against him and Suzaku.
Well, I guess when you've got nowhere else to go... you attempt to take over the world and betray all your old friends while somehow gaining your old frenemy and his BA new Knightmare and have him kill people he was fighting with for the entire f***ing season so you can continue to be a douchebag but your evil brother blows up your country's capital and tells you your blind sister wasn't dead after all and that she hates you now even though this whole way erverything you did was for her *inhales loudly for about 10 seconds*. Woah, that was fun.
Srsly though, why is Suzaku suddenly on Lelouch's side? Did I miss something in the last episode after he
killed his parents?
Lelouch gets a 2/10, but this episode gets a 9.
And how did Lloyd and Cécile end up working for Lelouch?
Lloyd is a sociopath (he said so himself). He doesn't really care about ANYONE (except maybe himself), is completely amoral in the truest purest form of the word. Like Werner Von Braun in To Lehr's song he is "A man whose allegience is ruled by expediance." His work is pretty much everything to him. Why SHOULN'T he be working for Lelouch now that Lelouch is Emperor. He worked for Charles when Charles was Emperor and paying him, so now that Lellouch holds the Brittanian purse strings and is willing to bankroll Lloyd's work (and why wouln't he be, he's pretty much Rackshada's equal tecnically) actually accepting the offer is pretty much a no brainer. Like Willie Horton said when the asked him why he robbed banks the reason is becuse "That's where the money is" (okay I know that in fact Horton never said that, but he always said he wished he had)
Like said above, Lloyd doesn't care who is in charge. I don't think he'd care if some random hobo was found on the streets and was placed on the throne as Emperor.
As for Cécile, I guess she just wants to stick with Lloyd, and since he is serving Lelouch, she is too.
| Srsly though, why is Suzaku suddenly on Lelouch's side? Did I miss something in the last episode after he |
killed his parents?
I guessing he told his little accident about Euphemia. They must of spend alot of off-stage screen time discussing what happens in the past season and 3/4 clearing out their misunderstandings long before Lulu ended up in Emperor's castle.
So Lelouch ends up becoming a dictator and plans to rule the world but I believe he is trying to united the world, trying to make it peaceful. I doubt world peace can happen in real life but I'm willing to over look it seeing how it's portrayed. Gundam Wing's ending gets on my nerves because that ending makes no sense. How is the world going to defend itself if their planet is invaded from giant space whales.