Why was Rei normal around Gendo and no-one else?

Liam Long
Liam Long

I only recall her showing them the tank of Reis but nothing about mom clones

Isaac Howard
Isaac Howard

/thread, any other rationalization is autism

Juan Robinson
Juan Robinson

Pay more attention next time

Thomas Turner
Thomas Turner

creepy

Liam Ortiz
Liam Ortiz

Well I remember that it is an important point and that it is mentioned in the series but it's been a while. So I don't remember when exactly.

Somewhere around the point when Blondie strangled that child rei or something... I dunno. Also forgot doctor lady's name

Hudson White
Hudson White

test

Tyler Lopez
Tyler Lopez

She wasn't called a Yui clone until rebuild. They don't state it in the original.

Levi Cox
Levi Cox

I always thought this scene felt a little out of place and it's probably because the reason it was created in the first place was to make Shinji jealous. At least that's the impression I got.

Aside from this one little scene that Shinji just so happens to witness Gendo and Rei barely ever act this hurman/normal. I don't want to start a whole "Rei is a doll" debate, but the way she energetically jumps down because she's so eager to talk to him with him smiling is much different from the behavior she displays the rest of the show. Of course we don't see what they're talking about, but it almost looks like they're having a little chat about their day and what happened.

I realize that Gendo "saved" her once and obviously many people see this as a good enough reason for them to act like this, but later on we never see something like this again and this more human side of Gendo completely disappears while Rei also ceases to be as energetic as she was there. You could've almost mitaken her for any other regular girl during this scene.

I never really thought about this idea but I'm not sure that NGE operates like this.
There are some scenes that are arguably the way they are because of how a certain character sees them. One example would be when Shinji imagines Misato and she has no scar (It's up to debate if that was intentional or not, though I think in this case it'd be reasonable to assume it was actually intentional.), but that were always the more trippy scenes. If the Gendo Rei scene is supposed to be biased because we see it from Shinji's perspective it'd basically be a flat out lie to the viewer.

Nicholas Torres
Nicholas Torres

I think Anno fucked up the character development as he wasnt sure what to do with Rei early on
As a result the scene does feel very out of place

Thomas Stewart
Thomas Stewart

kaji fucked asuka every night so it's even

Jackson Powell
Jackson Powell

Kaji is only interested in teenage boys and christmas cakes.

Rei is the clone (aka not human, therefore no human rights) of Gendou's wife and in addition a younger (more succulent) version of his wife. The ripe version of your wife appears before you after 15 years of loneliness and after fucking like rabbits to accidentally make Shinji.

Its not rocket science to figure out Gendou had a harem of Rei's all begging to eat some of husband/father's cock.

Ryan Thompson
Ryan Thompson

kaji fucked asuka every night so it's even
Aska would have liked that, but no. Kaji told her he wants real women.

Parker Morris
Parker Morris

Kaji is only interested in teenage boys
So in other words, Asuka.

Angel Ortiz
Angel Ortiz

Kill yourself.

Connor Scott
Connor Scott

Was it only in the rebuild that rei is established as a clone? I thought it was in the original series, I'm confused.

Because the whole clone thing makes sense though!

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