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|comment=He's wearing his new glasses here, so it's not just a flashback to the activation experiment - This is how Rei gets to see him most of the time, how he is imprinted into her memory (compare with the conversation in [[FGC:Episode 05 Cut 136|Ep. 05]]), which is, of course, quite the contrast to the looming, dark silhouette Shinji tends to imagine when he thinks of his father.  
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|comment=He's wearing his new glasses here, so it's not just a flashback to the activation experiment - This is how Rei gets to see him most of the time, how he is imprinted into her memory (compare with the conversation in [[FGC:Episode_05_Scene_03#cut_05_136|Ep. 05]]), which is, of course, quite the contrast to the looming, dark silhouette Shinji tends to imagine when he thinks of his father.  
Note that Gendo, as her father figure, has probably influenced what Rei subconciously looks for in a boy.  
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Note that Gendo, as her father figure, has probably influenced what Rei subconsciously looks for in a boy.  
 
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Latest revision as of 15:06, 17 August 2014


Screenshots Cut # Description/Dialogue Commentary

06 C335a.jpg

06 C335b.jpg

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Gendo’s gentle face appears for a moment (in the same position as Shinji).

Kendrix: He's wearing his new glasses here, so it's not just a flashback to the activation experiment - This is how Rei gets to see him most of the time, how he is imprinted into her memory (compare with the conversation in Ep. 05), which is, of course, quite the contrast to the looming, dark silhouette Shinji tends to imagine when he thinks of his father.

Note that Gendo, as her father figure, has probably influenced what Rei subconsciously looks for in a boy.


InstrumentalityOne: Hey, they got his glasses right. At last.