History Heartwarming / GeneratorRex

6th Nov '16 3:03:43 PM ilovehirohamada
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* "Double Vision" is one long father/son moment between Rex and Six

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* "Double Vision" is one long father/son moment between Rex and SixSix.
** To elaborate, Rex loses his goggles, and he's not happy about it. Six, due to his memory wipe from "Six Minus Six", doesn't remember why those goggles were so important to Rex.
-->'''Rex:''' You gave them to me, Six. It was the first present, the first ''nice thing'' I remember getting since you found me. You said they were special. That... made me ''feel'' special.
-->'''Six:''' Yes... About those goggles, apparently, according to Bobo, I may have misled you. There were dozens of them in the Providence service bay.
-->'''Rex:''' I knew the story was fake, but you told it because you cared about me. ''That's'' what made them special.
5th Nov '16 8:36:17 AM ilovehirohamada
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* At the end of "Mixed Signals", Six, Rex and Bobo are talking about Cesar and how Rex feels about finally finding someone from his past.
-->'''Six:''' I'm happy for you, Rex. You always said you wanted to find your family.
-->'''Rex:''' Thanks, but... You know what? I already ''did''. Cesar may be my brother, but you, Holiday, Bobo... You're who I have a connection with.
-->'''Bobo:''' ''[sincere]'' Aw, now see? I'm gettin' all misty.
29th Oct '16 9:48:48 PM ilovehirohamada
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* A minor one in the first episode, Bobo offering to throw "Bobo bombs" at the jerks who called Rex a freak. Also A FunnyMoment.
3rd Sep '16 7:43:58 PM Immortalbear
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** Although he says it in his usual gruff, serious tone, there's also the culmination of [[spoiler:White Knight's]] multiple moments of increasing fondness for Rex. He tells [[spoiler:Six]] that their agreement no longer applies, effectively absolving him of the need [[spoiler:to kill Rex should he turn into a HumongousMecha and possibly go out of control]]. Considering how the series introduced him, that's quite a big deal.

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** Although he says it in his usual gruff, serious tone, there's also the culmination of [[spoiler:White Knight's]] multiple moments of increasing fondness for Rex. He tells [[spoiler:Six]] that their agreement no longer applies, effectively absolving him of the need [[spoiler:to kill Rex should he turn into a HumongousMecha and possibly go out of control]]. Considering how the series introduced him, that's quite a big deal.deal.
* What bothered this troper about the season when Black Knight was in charge was how quickly the Providence agents had betrayed Rex when in previous seasons they treated Rex with respect, even baked him a cake. Then Rex smashes one in the episode Endgame Part 1, revealing it to be an android, meaning that all of Providence's soldiers are robots built by the Consortium. Later in the episode, Rex is on the ropes from fighting the Consortium's HumongousMecha when he is saved by the ex-Providence soldiers who had deserted when Black Knight came into power.
** This effectively means that NO ONE who worked at Providence prior to Black Knight's takeover (sans Cesar) approved of her methods. [[spoiler:And the only reason Cesar is cooperating with her is because he knows she has no chance of succeeding.]]
17th Aug '15 8:16:39 PM freefall4242
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** Kinda surprised no one's added the part where Rex hugged Six when he found out he was out of his coma, not to mention that Six actually said something positive in response to his reaction. It made this troper's heart flutter and dance.

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** Kinda surprised no one's added the part where Rex hugged hugging Six when he found out he was out of his coma, not to mention that followed by Six actually said saying something positive in response to his reaction. It made this troper's heart flutter and dance.reaction.
10th Apr '13 8:46:15 PM Hytheria
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** At the end of the same episode [[spoiler: Rex decides to stop them from going through with the procedure to restore Six's memories. Even though it would ''probably'' work, the slight chance that it could MindWipe him completely was more of a risk than Rex was willing to take if it meant losing his friend and father-figure completely.]]
Not to mention [[spoiler: Six, despite having forgotten whatever it was that caused him to make his original HeelFaceTurn, decided to try making (another) one on his own because of the trust and respect Rex had for him.]]

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** At the end of the same episode [[spoiler: Rex decides to stop them from going through with the procedure to restore Six's memories. Even though it would ''probably'' work, the slight chance that it could MindWipe him completely was more of a risk than Rex was willing to take if it meant losing his friend and father-figure completely.]]
]] Not to mention [[spoiler: Six, despite having forgotten whatever it was that caused him to make his original HeelFaceTurn, decided to try making (another) one on his own because of the trust and respect Rex had for him.]]
16th Mar '13 11:43:13 AM IchigoMontoya
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** Although he says it in his usual gruff, serious tone, there's also the culmination of [[spoiler:White Knight's]] multiple moments of increasing fondness for Rex. He tells [[spoiler:Six]] that their agreement no longer applies, effectively absolving him of the need [[spoiler:to kill Rex should he turn into a HumongousMecha and possibly go out of control]]. Considering how the series introduced him, that's quite a big deal.
* What bothered this troper about the season when Black Knight was in charge was how quickly the Providence agents had betrayed Rex when in previous seasons they treated Rex with respect, even baked him a cake. Then Rex smashes one in the episode Endgame Part 1, revealing it to be an android, meaning that all of Providence's soldiers are robots built by the Consortium. Later in the episode, Rex is on the ropes from fighting the Consortium's HumongousMecha when he is saved by the ex-Providence soldiers who had deserted when Black Knight came into power.
** This effectively means that NO ONE who worked at Providence prior to Black Knight's takeover (sans Cesar) approved of her methods. [[spoiler:And the only reason Cesar is cooperating with her is because he knows she has no chance of succeeding.]]

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** Although he says it in his usual gruff, serious tone, there's also the culmination of [[spoiler:White Knight's]] multiple moments of increasing fondness for Rex. He tells [[spoiler:Six]] that their agreement no longer applies, effectively absolving him of the need [[spoiler:to kill Rex should he turn into a HumongousMecha and possibly go out of control]]. Considering how the series introduced him, that's quite a big deal.
* What bothered this troper about the season when Black Knight was in charge was how quickly the Providence agents had betrayed Rex when in previous seasons they treated Rex with respect, even baked him a cake. Then Rex smashes one in the episode Endgame Part 1, revealing it to be an android, meaning that all of Providence's soldiers are robots built by the Consortium. Later in the episode, Rex is on the ropes from fighting the Consortium's HumongousMecha when he is saved by the ex-Providence soldiers who had deserted when Black Knight came into power.
** This effectively means that NO ONE who worked at Providence prior to Black Knight's takeover (sans Cesar) approved of her methods. [[spoiler:And the only reason Cesar is cooperating with her is because he knows she has no chance of succeeding.]]
deal.
8th Feb '13 7:42:08 AM M84
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** This effectively means that NO ONE who worked at Providence prior to Black Knight's takeover (sans Cesar) approved of her methods.

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** This effectively means that NO ONE who worked at Providence prior to Black Knight's takeover (sans Cesar) approved of her methods. [[spoiler:And the only reason Cesar is cooperating with her is because he knows she has no chance of succeeding.]]
24th Nov '12 2:29:38 PM SAMAS
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Not to mention [[spoiler: Six, despite having forgotten whatever it was that caused him to make his original HeelFaceTurn, decided to try making (another) one on his own because of the trust and respect Rex had for him.]]
16th Aug '12 10:57:39 AM RoseHolloway
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* What bothered this troper about the season when Black Knight was in charge was how quickly the Providence agents had betrayed Rex when in previous seasons they treated Rex with respect, even baked him a cake. Then Rex smashes one in the episode Endgame Part 1, revealing it to be an android, meaning that all of Providence's soldiers are robots built by the Consortium. Later in the episode, Rex is on the ropes from fighting the Consortium's HumongousMecha when he is saved by the ex-Providence soldiers who had deserted when Black Knight came into power.

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* What bothered this troper about the season when Black Knight was in charge was how quickly the Providence agents had betrayed Rex when in previous seasons they treated Rex with respect, even baked him a cake. Then Rex smashes one in the episode Endgame Part 1, revealing it to be an android, meaning that all of Providence's soldiers are robots built by the Consortium. Later in the episode, Rex is on the ropes from fighting the Consortium's HumongousMecha when he is saved by the ex-Providence soldiers who had deserted when Black Knight came into power.power.
** This effectively means that NO ONE who worked at Providence prior to Black Knight's takeover (sans Cesar) approved of her methods.
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