Serial Experiments Lain

Season 1 Episode 3

Psyche: Layer 03

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Aired Unknown Jan 25, 2003 on techtv
9.0
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The events from Cyberia make the girls minor celebrities in their class. But for Lain, more mysterious events continue to occur. She receives a Psyche chip from a mysterious benefactor, strange Men In Black are following her, and it appears there is another ‘Lain' on the WIRED.moreless

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  • More mysteries ensue as Lain is being followed by two men dressed in black, and she finds a package for her with a Psyche chip inside, to take her into The Wired. Her family begins to worry about this new Lain.moreless

    9.7
    The feel of this episode really takes you back to the mid-90s, where the internet was at it's peak, and hackers and crackers were popping out of everywhere. It's a bit sad also that after all this time Lain's family finally notices her and in a big way. She's completely changed, and it's sympathetic that her father especially takes great concern for her new found interest. You can tell in this episode that it's taking a turn into the real meat of the storymoreless
Eddie Frierson

Eddie Frierson

J.J.

Guest Star

Bebe Egam

Bebe Egam

Additional Voices

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Lia Sargent

Lia Sargent

Chisa Yomada

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Sandy Fox

Sandy Fox

Myu-Myu

Recurring Role

Kirk Thornton

Kirk Thornton

'Desus'/Eiri Masami

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    • Psyche:
      The word used for the computer chip that Lain finds in her locker and hooks into her new Navi is actually the name of the episode: Psyche, which should be pronounced Sy-kee. The Whisper voice on the title screen and the English and Japanese voice artists all say the name of the chip the differently. The English voice artists call it a Pashuke. The Japanese seiyuu call it a Shuke. The Whisper pronounces it Pashelic.

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