Beatless Episode 9: Pretty confusing


I'm really starting to get tired of Arato's nonsense. It's hard to really care about him when he seems to have such muddy intentions. His friends are bombarding him with pretty reasonable arguments, but he refuses to even have the conversation. It's just frustrating to watch.

Hey, the whole idea that Erica was cryogenetically frozen is pretty interesting. I wish there was more to it, though. Erica makes an offhand comment about being in hospitals before she was frozen, which would suggest that she was frozen because she was sickly. Maybe she was unfrozen to be cured. But I guess that's not important...

Instead, we get a pretty strange bit of characterization. I guess I'm supposed to conclude that Erica ascribes to some sort of philosophical materialism or something with the way she attempts to quantify affection and love. It seems a bit backwards...you'd expect the more advanced society to lean more in that direction, but Erica is a relic of the past.

Seriously, I feel like I have to conclude that Arato's only character motivation is that he will always side with the hIE. At this point, I'm pretty sure his views are just horribly inconsistent and I'm more inclined to side with Ryo. I get the sense that Arato is only the protagonist because it's a common protagonist mentality to side with the robots in shows like this.

I had a lot of trouble wrapping my head around this conversation. My eventual takeaway is that Shiori is trying to invalidate Arato's ownership of Lacia by proving that Lacia's registration number was faked. But in this conversation, she sounded like she was trying to tell Arato that the nurse hIE was the fake. It doesn't help that Arato contributes nothing to conversation by immediately changing the topic to the hIE's "feelings".


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