Two weeks ago we brought you a retrospective on Revolutionary Girl Utena with some of the most dedicated Utena analysts out there. This week we’re talking about a show very dear to my heart: my problematic favourite of 2016 and the reason I became friends with Peter and Frog-kun, Re:ZERO. As I say in the intro, we will definitely talk about Re:ZERO again, but this episode focuses on the main characters of the central love triangle: Subaru, Rem and Emilia.
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Chatty AF 3: The Re:ZERO Triangle
Amelia and Peter look back on Re:ZERO‘s main characters with Caitlin, who just finished watching it for the first time and has some strong opinions to share…
SPOILERS: For the entire first season of Re:ZERO
00:00 Intro: What is everyone’s experience with Re:ZERO?
45:48 Would you recommend Re:ZERO?
51:01 Hopes for Re:ZERO season two
Recorded Saturday 18th February 2017
Music: Open Those Bright Eyes by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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