We all know
>You're gonna carry that weight.
We all repeat it so often.
But what does it really mean?
>But what does it really mean?
Means Watanabe really digs Abbey Road.
burdens of your past
It means that you will remember the end of Cowboy Bebop for the rest of your life.
It means that you will always be painfully aware how much other people are missing by now watching it.
Absolutely nothing. Trite banality which only serves to be parroted.
Spike was carrying an emotional weight.
He was a very carefree person of 90% of Bebop. More than anyone else. But that would end the moment anything from his past life with the syndicate would surface.
The moment anything reminded him of his past life with the syndicate the weight of all the emotions he carried with him then would come back to him.
At the end of Bebop he was free of it, but we weren't.
We, as viewers, are gonna carry that weight.
How is it being a psychopath?
You're gonna carry that incorrect aspect ratio
I think it's just a wallpaper.
>We, as viewers, are gonna carry that weight.
and what a weight it is ;__;
I do remember that 15th episode had "Sleeping Beast" instead of "See You space cowboy...". And it was in the episode that explained how Faye was hibernated for several dozens of years.
I think these ending lines have meaning. Not as much as some people give them but they do.
that's not a screenshot baka
Supaiku wants you to go and lift
Am I am bad person for shipping SpikexFaye?
I just want both of them to be happy.
"See You Space Samurai... " is still better.
That's the best episode.
Yes you are.
You know what it means
ofc /a/ is is full of fat fucks after all
Actually /a/ is all skinny DYEL nerds
keep dreamin fatty
means the show is over
Newfags all abound. /a/ is populated by nothing but little girls. You can go back to Gaia now.
You will never be a little girl you will always stay an ugly obese neckbeard
enjoy your pitiful life
jelly as fuck