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The live action moped in the end credits. In two of the anime episodes, the art suddenly changes to manga style for a while.

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It also shifts to South Park -style animation for Amarao's haircut. Naota's cat, who's apparently also used as a medium by Haruko to talk to her superiors.

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He also seems to be capable of tightly-controlled, high-speed, inertia-lacking flight that can be used as a form of attack in case Haruko has screwed up some how. It's a bit odd the first time you see it. His being voiced by Hideaki " Mind Screw " Anno might have something to do with that.

Haruko and Commander Amarao end up in one in "Brittle Bullet". There are some people who had no idea what the hell they were watching the first time they sat through the series. The first half of episode 4, where an increasingly stressed Naota begins to suffer hallucinations of murdering both his father and Haruko when he suspects they're sleeping together.

Eventually he gets better after working out his frustrations on a vending machine, his TV, a robot of his father, and a baseball-shaped satellite bomb about twice the size of a tank.

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They may be on to something Forget the supernatural stuff, think about the basic conversations. At least in the dub. At the beginning of the final episode, we see her teaching her class of sixth-graders how to properly hold chopsticks Naota's mom gets only one blink-and-you-miss-it mention, indirectly referred to as deceased by Amarao while he's giving a quick rundown of Naota's family situation. Perhaps the death of his wife precipitated the dramatic change in lifestyle. This might also explain Naota's attraction to Haruko.

The moment where he embraces her in his room after she returns during episode six can easily be interpreted as Haruko functioning as a stand in for some one else who is no longer in Naota's life.

Proving that even this Gainax production can't be completely free of angst. It's only briefly touched for a few characters before the show goes back to the gags. Episode 5 contains nearly too much dakka to comprehend. In episode 1 "Fooly Cooly", when Haruko attacks Naota insde the hospital, the building starts moving around and finally jumps into the air and falls back to the ground. In episode 1 Haruko overpowers a hospital nurse and steals her uniform to gain access to Naota.

Ninamori pulls this in episode 3 when a robot emerges from her head and temporarily takes control of her, first attacking Naota then Canti in this fashion. Neither one are seriously harmed though. New Media Are Evil: Mamimi's Firestarter game is implied to be what inspired her to burn down her elementary school and she's even convinced Canti is the Lord of Black Flame from the game. But on the other hand, she clearly has a myriad of other problems and the game only gave her the idea.

Actually, nobody likes Naota's hat. Not even Naota, really. He's wearing it to hide the cat ears. Mabase's residents find the weird situations and events in the plot somewhat weird, but not nearly enough so. Turning his attention to the emerging robot he mentally commented on how it looked like an animal.

Haruko smirked a bit, "Eh And here I thought you had more stamina Naota blushed beside her instantly. He may be a grown man, but he wasn't used to such attention. With a 'heh heh' and another smirk she produced a bag out of thin air. The sudden appearance of it pulled Naota out of his reddened state. She turned and gave him a blank look.

An instant blush had Naota pushed against the wall of the elevator. She stood, abandoning the bag. His blush worsened to a nose bleed as all the blood in his body rushed to his head.

Trying his hardest to become one with the elevator wall he pressed against it as Haruko pressed up against him. Her mouth mere inches from his, she breathed seductively and smirked before him. The sudden ding of reaching their desired floor had him blinking and wondering if he had just imagined it. Haruko stood crouched before him, sifting through the bag, like she was mere moments before. Finally finding what she was looking for she handed him a pellet gun.

In the second episode, Mossan told the others that guys confess their love for Hijiri, with Tomomi saying that number is unlucky. For Adult Swim's April Fools' Day gag, Toonami aired the first episode in Japanese with English subtitlesfive months before it was supposed to air. Kana manages to save the Earth, but Pets ultimately still ends up leaving the planet and doesn't return for the finale.

Despite this, Kana has learned to be more honest about her fears and anxieties, and accepts that things really can't stay the same. This leaves the implication that should Pets return, Kana will be able to approach her more heads-on, honestly. Haruka seemingly finds herself stranded on Mars but she seems content, and unlike previously, no longer seems to be obsessed with chasing after Atomsk.

Episode 3 deviates from the norm by not featuring any epic action scenes or mass chaos. Kana ends up summoning a pitiful little robot from her forehead, but Haruko dispatches it in one hit. What the episode instead features, is Haruko showing off her rap skills and a fashion show. In episode 2, how well a person can handle spicy foods is once again used as a comparison to adult maturity. Also from episode two, Kana says "photophoto" and "Already" in the same way that characters from the original series did.

Official word is that Alternative was originally designed to be a prequel, but there's nothing in the series itself that confirms one way or the other.

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The series features smart phones, flatscreen televisions, space travel, and other more modern concepts that didn't exist in the original FLCL. A Day in the Limelight: Episode 2 focuses primarily on Hijiri, who discovers that a modelling photographer she's dating isn't who he seems.

Episode 3 focuses on Mossan, who is over-working herself to try and achieve her dream of becoming a fashion designer. Episode 4 focuses on Kana, who tries to come to terms with the crush she has on the high school basketball team's manager. Episode 5 focuses around Pets, who mysteriously goes missing as it comes to light that she is the daughter of a wealthy family.

The Wham Episode of episode 5. Throughout the past three episodes, Kana had been forcing herself into her friend's personal lives with rather selfish intentions and a skewed perception of how a friend should be without bothering to know any of her friends in-depth, on top of being super angry about Haruko flirting with Sasaki only to not bother dating him because she couldn't feel a real romantic spark for him on impulse.

In most comedic Slice of Life series, this would just be a quirky character trait brushed under the rug; instead, Kana telling Pets that friends shouldn't keep secrets from eachother while the latter is massively stessed out and in danger, causes Pets to break into a Rant-Inducing Slight pointing out just how messed up it is to work on Protagonist-Centered Morality and just how self-absorbed a person must be to treat friendship as revolving around oneself.

In episode 3, after Mossan ends up in the infirmary due to overwork, Haruko tells the girls to strip.

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They strip Mossan, and then themselves, when Haruko clarifies she meant them and only wonder afterwards why they had to get naked too. Does This Remind You of Anything? In the first episode, after a flower sprouts from Kana's head, Haruko begins to pull on it and says "Now hold still.

The less you struggle, the easier it'll be. The bowls of ramen at the soba shop are pretty nicely detailed. Hoo boy, the final episode gets pretty existential, but nothing is actually explained. In her efforts to confess her true feelings to the universe so Pets can hear them, Kana summons a singularity that absorbs Medical Mechanica, but sucks Haruko up with it.

Moments of the original FLCL series flash through Haruko's being, and the last we see of her is being stranded on the freshly-colonized Mars with a city dome in the distance.

There seems to be some giant smooth planet orbiting Earth that may or may not be the aforementioned Mars, and Kana and her friends continue their lives as the city rebuilds from the destruction and itself is mirrored in opposite from a Book-Ends scene from the first episode - but with Kana having gone through Character Development and Pets absent for good.

Hirji mentions in the first episode that she wants to marry rich, like to a famous rapper. The other girls immediately compare her to Kim Kardashian. The central theme of Alternative is Kana's defiance to embrace adulthood and keep messing around with her friends, which heavily contrasts with Naota's denial in being a child and having to act like an adult. It's Up to You: The fate of the world rests entirely up to Kana.

Toshio, the college photographer and instigator of episode 2's events, doesn't get to walk away without a Haruko clobbering-by-guitar. It's well-deserved and the cast really aren't bothered by it. Haruko intentionally fawns over the manager of the school's basketball team in episode 4 in order to make Kana jealous and get her to spawn something from the NO portal in her head She also did an identical stunt in episode 2 with Toshio to make him break up with Hijiri, dumping and clobbering him once his usefulness shriveled up to her plans.

Haruko intentionally switches the comparison around in episode 2 when a giant mecha begins attacking her. Women are from Mars and Men are from Venus. Haruko's reaction when she senses a Medical Mechanica robot approaching in episode 2, and again when she realizes one of the fashion judges is a world-class designer.

Older Than They Look: Haruko claiming herself to be 19 apparently isn't an act. I've been 19 for years now. Every episode thus far has had a scene at the soba restaurant Kanna works, where Tsukata is watching the Prime Minister on TV giving a press conference about space travel.

The youth center that Kana and friends hang out at is destroyed by a giant pin falling from the sky in the first episode.

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Episode 3 reveals that it's far from the only one that's dropped. Medical Mechanica is established as the overarching villains throughout the whole series, but even in Alternative, nothing is really revealed to what their goals are except for what was established in the original series: After a case of Magic Skirt all first episode long for the cast, Kana's is lost the moment the pin drops and her skirt is flown all over in the chaos.

Kana and her friends make home-made bottle rockets out of Dr.