I bet they call this fucko the Orange Meteor
Video games are great, they let you try your craziest fantasies. For example, on the sims, you can have a job and a house
Amuro! I didn't raise you to be like this.
Please, go back to the way I remember you!
I'm ashamed to call you my son!
But you didn’t raise him at all. :(
RIGHT?? you let his shitty dad take him & you’ve been clinging to this image of Amuro from when he was basically a toddler; and now that you’re confronted with the reality of your son you can’t handle it and lay the blame on him instead of those who deserve it (you, his father, & the whole war situation/the Federation)
this is the episode where Gundam got real for me; it’s when I started to really see the emotional complexity/maturity that was lurking behind the writing. I wasn’t attached to Amuro as a character yet when I first watched it (now he is my bb & I will fight anyone who talks shit about him), but even then I was like “wow you’re terrible mother, can someone give this poor boy a hug?”
and when Bright tells her later that she should be proud and that Amuro’s become a “real man”, and on one hand it’s kind of a fuck you to Amuro’s mom’s awful reaction; but it’s also really depressing because in their world being a man means killing, and I think it’s easy to miss the point that’s being made about how horrible that is. White Base has become Amuro’s family and his commanding officer shows support while his own mother rejects him, but what does that say about war/what’s going on in the Gundam universe?
i thought the joke would get old and repetitive one minute in but no the entire fuckin thing is gold
I DIDN’T MEAN IT
Guys, have I ever told you about this chilean show for high-schoolers, because I feel like someone has to.
I’M PASSING OUT
It’s finally completed