If you guys could un-watch any show, what would it be? I'm stuck between this and Air Gear but I think my vote goes to AO. I don't really hate AO (that much) as a standalone, but I would have so much fonder memories of E7 if I didn't know that the happy ending was a lie.
Code Geass so I can rewatch it again.
Seiously though, of the top of my head I can think of Index and Summer Wars and D.Gray-man.
More so than AO, I'd have to go with the E7 movie. It's arguably worse than AO as a whole.
I wish I could unwatch LoGH so I could rewatch it again.
On absolutely no level.
The movie is actually in completely consistent continuity with the TV series despite being an alternate take while AO is a direct sequel and completely jacked up. And the movie is a weird ass mindscrew but it's actually pretty clever and interesting to think about it while AO is just pretentious shite with arbitrary plot devices.
It's like the same terrible ending as the same writer did for the first FMA anime. Dad shows up with a couple episodes left, some interdimensional nonsense rules with no particular basis, and the main character gets stranded in a different universe at the end, wooo so original and challenging.
It's not that it messes with the ending of E7 that's an issue, because I could ignore that, it's that i now associate the name and some of the elements with that pile of ass.
Master of Martial Hearts.
Sakurasau no pet na kanojo
The only show I've ever watched that was so shit I actually got mad. I want my 14 episodes of time back.
Definitely AO. I wish I listened when I was told not to watch it. Eva 3.33 too. Should have just stuck with my plan to marathon it after the 4th one.
That would be Yumeria.
Well, never seen Eureka 7, but after looking it up just a quick question.
So how is the happy ending a lie? From what I understand the protag of AO is their like son or whatever.
Mysterious Girlfriend X
All were shit and I can't believe I actually managed to finish it instead of dropping it.
Certain implications get unimplied, and there is a literal retcon cannon in AO. Take that as you will.
the sequel confirms that the villain of the first part was right all along
so, everything they did was for nothing
Sorry to have you spoonfeed me, but what exactly does that mean? I'm not 100% unfamiliar with the plot, but I haven't watched it yet.
From what I've seen, it has a pretty conclusive "good ending" has the MC and MH get together and have a mini-MC for a spin-off series/sequel.
So what you're saying is, that they were trying to save the world or whatever, and at the end of E7 it was implied they had, but then in AO that was revealed to be bullshit?
i wouldnt unwatch this since id be aware of its existance and want to watch the sequel to e7...i want to fucking delete AO from existance
eureka and renton convince the corallians that coexistence is possible so they don't need to destroy the world
fast forward to ao
corallians on earth eventually fuck up the atmosphere and renton and eureka daughter dies because hybrids can't live in the new fucked up atmosphere
>Hating AO more than movie
>seriously hating AAO that much
Mine would be for Rebuild.
All this shit hit me really hard.
Mah nigga. For me, it's a tie between that and Kotoura-san.
the shittiest part about AO is that there is no fucking lifting anywhere
seriously fuck that shit
Toradora so I can watch it again, if it's something shit that i wish didn't exist it'd have to be Oreshura
Now that I'm aware, if/when I pick it up, I'll make sure to avoid AO
>All this AO hatred everywhere
>Barely anyone ever mentions movie
Eureka's movie was even worse than rebuild. I guess It's the worst thing in existence. Rebuild is the second worst thing after Eureka's movie.
I'm genuinely jealous to these who have really dropped rebuild but before i did Pocketful of Rainbows was #1 on my list of things that make me suffer.
The first series ends with Humans and Coralians (aliens) deciding to live in peace together. This is symbolized by the main couple, one of whom is human and the other Coralian.
In AO, it turns out humans and Coralians CAN'T live together because Trapar in moderately large concentrations is lethal to human-coralian hybrids. Trapar is a substance that Coralians emit by simply existing (it is literally their thoughts) and covers most of the atmosphere. It is absolutely harmless to humans except in super-concentrated amounts that rarely happen. But for some fucking reason hybrids of the two species instantly turn into fucking rocks when exposed to certain amounts of it. Yes, fucking ROCKS.
So Renton and Eureka can't have children. Ever.
Oh, and at the end of the series a chunk of the Coralians move dto another dimension, but it turns out that there are sudden rave-colored techno thingies called Secrets that are the universe's antibodies and blow up everything when something alien to the universe appears, so the secrets destroy everything every time a Coralian crosses over. And no, nothing about these things was even remotely foreshadowed or makes any sense considering the Coralians nearly destroyed the universe by accident in E7 and no such safety measure ever happened.
Part of the planned "solution" Renton has for this bullshit dilemma is that all the Coralians need to do die. Yes, the same guy who was at the front of the "let's get along" message.
The rest is utterly incomprehensible mess because nothing in AO makes any fucking goddamn sense. And at one point there's a gun that literally retcons chunks of the setting every time it's fired so if the writers need anything to change, they just fire the gun and things change without any goddamn logic.
just watch it as a stand alone sci-fi show
elena and fleur are cute
and mom eureka is worth the ride I think
>theEND getting blown out
>TRUTH ending up as the new nirvash
>naru a shit
>no fleur ending
Well at least Naru lost and on top of it got majourly fucked over.That usually don't happen to worst girl, so that's a plus I suppose.
This. It was not worth it.