Jinrui wa Suitai Shimashita episode 6: Empty Dreams


Time for some awesome mecha action in here. P-Girl and O-boy are some lively machines and they gave us quite the hilarious combat. I enjoyed how the show is a parody of anime combats in general, with O-boy transforming into his ultimate cat form and using God Tail Philadelphia. You know that cat means business when he uses his  God Tail Philadelphia attack . During that fight between the Robot Cat and the Fairy Squid, I was really enjoying what I saw, I had my cute neko and my tentacle rape going on at the same time. I mean, how often are you lucky enough to see a robot’s final form, he was so kawai. I wanted to pet him, especially when he was talking about ending their lives and never leaving, he had such a cute expression that I just wanted to take a video of him and put it on youtube.

It turned out that our Pee Girl and Oh Boy were actually space probes sent a long time ago. They turned sentient and decided to come back home because it was warm and cozy here, but there is one thing that is a little more interesting here.  Those probes became self-aware and they had a mission to accomplish. Of course, their mission was their only reason to exist and live and therefore they had to continue it. Having said that,  machines are brighter than humans and, as it was said in the show, Voyager and Pioneer realized that their ultimate mission would never be accomplished. They realized that the task they had been put to accomplish was a never-ending and pointless one. How would it feel if you realized that the very reason of your existence never was to begin with? What would it be like to one day realize that everything you wanted to accomplish in life would never happen, every enterprise you started would fail, every dream you had were impossible? No one wants to know that their dreams and hopes are fake. They want to believe, it keeps them moving.

When Pioneer realized that her final mission would never be realized, that she would wonder the cold universe forever without reason, only to roam for the hopes of others, it isn’t that hard to understand why she slowed down a little. Even now she refuses to admit it, she refuses to tell anyone else that everyone’s dream is just that…an empty dream. She knows that people need to believe in something, they need to have hope in something for them to continue to move forward and live. Therefore, Pioneer decided to continue her journey, she sacrificed her life, she is now but an empty robot, but at least the dream of those who made her are still living within her mission. That is true dedication and it is really touching. Pioneer has decided to become a martyr and deny her own happiness for the sake of others.

Watashi knew about this, and she had kindness to trap both our lovely robots here. Now they can live happily ever after, the only downside is that Watashi now lost her beautiful sentient  hair…such a shame.

ZeroG signing off


There is nothing in life like a meaningless sentence without purpose

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5 Responses

  1. dene323 says:

    er… I think you missed one detail: this episode is a prequel to episode 1…

  2. Myst says:

    O.o When did they mention it? Looks like I missed it too!

  3. Noir says:

    In episode 2 The Director (the top hat guy) said that Watashi had to cut her hair because she ‘botched the Human Monument Inquiry’.

    • Myst says:

      Ohh wow, I’d completely forgotten about that XD Thanks a lot lol! And here I thought we’d see Watashi with short hair for a long time XD

  4. Noir says:

    Glad I can help XD, also this anime have some Western things like Pioneer Anomaly (Wikipedia can help you with this one),Killdozer (referrence to1974 movie of the same name?) and The Microwaved Cat urban legend!

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