Unresolved things let's go:>How do I get home?
Your home got rekt by orange goo there is no home it all unified into a single communist consciousness which you're in.>What do I eat?
You need to know how the orange goo gains and uses energy? Really? Who cares it probably photosynthesizes or some shit. Any question like this that has tons of plausible answers and would only slow down the narrative to explain while offering no tangible benefit is a worthless question.>Was Rae my mom?
What kind of dumb nigger question is that? She's a clone of your mom. Shit if you can't figure that out you're useless.>Was this all in my mind?
No, dumbass. The series had an obvious shifting point which is when it became "in your mind" but it's not really just your mind it was that single communist consciousness you got pulled into.>What's an Eva is that *blah blah bullshit speculation*?
It's a big robot that you were using to fight aforementioned evil orange communist consciousness goo.>Am I real?
You think therefore you are now stop asking dumb questions.>Does a bus run through here?
Does the collective communist consciousness want there to be a bus running through here?>Waaaaaah I wanna go home where's home?
Okay you child, listen, sometimes you can't go home because your home isn't the same or doesn't exist anymore. This is something everyone deals with when they grow up. I know people don't grow up anymore so you need to shut the fuck up and just believe me on this.>If I were to run away where the fuck would I go?
You can kill yourself or you can reject the commie end and repopulate the world with that annoying bitch OR you could go to a variety of empty places that all offer nothing because the problem is emptiness not your current location.>Is this how you end a series?
You can end a series however you want and I'm sick to death of simpletons thinking there's only one correct way to do something in any form of art. YES there's a three act structure and a simple framework for stories that ensures the majority of people will find it engaging, and YES those mass appeal shows for the majority are fine and good and fun and worthwhile. Here's what I don't get: the vast majority of shows already follow that structure, so why are you enraged by a single show doing something different?>Is this where we go from here?
Rephrase and try again.>You ran out of ink too didn't ya you bastards
I don't need ink and I won't run out of pixels.
Feel free to disagree the show definitely had its fuzzy bits and left a lot up to interpretation. I always thought it was more about the mood and offering insight into certain personalities and behaviors, so you need to let go a little bit to let the show take you along with it. The movie was better at tying things up but again if you won't go along with the ride and can't feel the mood you'll keep suffering.
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