RITSUKO (OFF):“the day after tomorrow.”
MISATO:“In the end, I guess humans will even use
God's powers as a tool.”
RITSUKO:“I don't know about that.
I hear some on the committee
have even suggested a freeze.”
MISATO:“The artificial human Evangelion...”
MISATO:“For it being man-made, don't you think
the black box of unknowns is too large?”
MISATO:“Well, not that I care, since Shinji
was ultimately saved.”
RITSUKO:“That wasn't me. It was you, probably.”
RITSUKO:“How about it? Want to go out
for a drink for once?”
MISATO:“Sorry, I've got somewhere to go today.”
RADIO:“It's something a psychologist
came up with a long time ago.”
RADIO:“In other words, it's where you want
to be with your mother forever.
It refers to people who want to always
be dependent on someone.”
RADIO:“There's someone like that among my
acquaintences too, and you're a lot like him.
So, well, as far as I can see from your letter,
from your girlfriend's standpoint,”
RADIO:“being your lover, your mother,
and what else, your kid sister?”
RADIO:“I think being all of these things
for you is pretty rough.
And you know, aren't you sort of taking
advantage of her place as a lover,”
RADIO:“using it as your personal outlet for your libido?
Okay, well, that might have been a little extreme.”
RADIO:“But a woman is very sensitive to whether
someone loves her or not.
So I think she's probably
twigged onto that by now,
that you're looking for a mother
you can sleep with in her.”
RADIO:“And if she still hasn't brought up
splitting up with you,”
RADIO:“she might be one of those nice girls that
are pretty rare these days, you know?”