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* {{Retool}}[=/=]ContinuityReboot: Dicussed extensively, as the cast pitches their ideas of how to get good ratings for the new series.

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* {{Retool}}[=/=]ContinuityReboot: {{Retool}}: Dicussed extensively, as the cast pitches their ideas of how to get good ratings for the new series.



* SuddenlyVoiced: One of the suggested changes to the show's formula is giving Pen Pen a voice. It is quickly undone when it becomes clear that it was a bad idea.

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* SuddenlyVoiced: SuddenlySpeaking: One of the suggested changes to the show's formula is giving Pen Pen a voice. It is quickly undone when it becomes clear that it was a bad idea.


Essentially a light-hearted SelfParody of the show, ''After the End'' begins as the cast of the show returns after a vacation to discover that their program has been renewed for another series. Problem is the new series that has no script ready, and it is secluded go into production later in the evening. Faced with the problem of how to continue after the original series' abrupt ending, the cast scramble to come up with ideas for a show that will yield good ratings.

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Essentially a light-hearted SelfParody of the show, ''After the End'' begins as the cast of the show returns after a vacation to discover that their program has been renewed for another series. Problem is the new series that has no script ready, and it is secluded scheduled to go into production later in the evening. Faced with the problem of how to continue after the original series' abrupt ending, the cast scramble to come up with ideas for a show that will yield good ratings.


* DirtyOldMan: Fuyutsuki shows some shades of this; his first suggestion for improving the show is "more sex appeal".

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* DirtyOldMan: Fuyutsuki shows some shades of this; his first suggestion for improving the show is adding "more sex appeal".


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* OutOfCharacter: Rei gets fed up with Asuka and goes on an absolutely livid MotorMouth rant. Fuyutsuki butts in with the comment that this change to her character was probably a bad idea, to which Gendo concurs and demands it should be undone as quickly as possible, as he cannot recognize "his" Rei any more.

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* LawOfChromaticSuperiority: Discussed. Asuka reasons that she should be the leader of the {{Sentai}} team in the ''Shin Sentai Evangelion'' show she is pitching. When Shinji asks her why, she points out that the leader of Sentai team is always the one dressed in red and she is associated with red.


* ADayInTheLimelight: As the pushiest and loudest out of the main characters, Asuka ends up getting quite a bit of focus here - at least, more than Shinji and Rei.

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* ADayInTheLimelight: As the pushiest and loudest out of the main characters, Asuka ends up getting quite a bit of focus here - -- at least, more than Shinji and Rei.


* ADayInTheLimelight: As the pushiest and loudest out of the main characters, Asuka ends up getting quite a bit of focus here - at least, more than Shinji and Rei.


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* ADayInTheLimelight: As the pushiest and loudest out of the main characters, Asuka ends up getting quite a bit of focus here - at least, more than Shinji and Rei.


''Evangelion: After the End'' is a comedic audio play based on the anime series, ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', released in December 1996.

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''Evangelion: After the End'' is a comedic audio play AudioPlay based on the anime series, ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', released in December 1996.


''Evangelion: After The End'' is a comedic audio play based on the anime series, ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', released in December 1996.

The play features all of the anime's the main cast and even has the Japanese voice actors returning to voice their characters from the show. The play was written and directed by series creator Creator/HideakiAnno, who even appears in [[CreatorCameo a small voice cameo]] during the play.

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''Evangelion: After The the End'' is a comedic audio play based on the anime series, ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', released in December 1996.

The play features all of the anime's the main cast and even has the Japanese voice actors returning to voice their characters from the show. The play was written and directed by series creator Creator/HideakiAnno, who even appears in [[CreatorCameo a small voice cameo]] during the play.

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* CreatorCameo: Creator/HideakiAnno himself voices the "Black Space God".

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*ADayInTheLimelight: As the pushiest and loudest out of the main characters, Asuka ends up getting quite a bit of focus here - at least, more than Shinji and Rei.


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* LargeHam: Asuka, even more than usual - especially in the alternate show proposals, she yells out every single one of her lines with HotBlooded passion.


* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Asuka comes across as somewhat homophobic in her interactions with Kaworu. Notably, when she is listing the other pilots' character flaws, she comes up with "narcissistic" and "homosexual" for Kaworu. Her attitude is strongly implied to stem from her resenting Kaworu's interest in Shinji.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Asuka comes across as somewhat homophobic in her interactions with Kaworu. Notably, she constantly calls him "homo-boy" and when she is listing the other pilots' character flaws, she comes up with "narcissistic" and "homosexual" for Kaworu. Her To be fair though, her attitude is strongly implied seems to stem more from her resenting Kaworu's interest in Shinji.Shinji than actual bigotry.


* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Asuka comes across as somewhat homophobic in her interactions with Kaworu. Notably, when she is listing the other pilots' character flaws, she comes up with "narcissistic" and "homosexual" for Kaworu. Her attitude is strongly implied to be because she dislikes Kaworu's interest in Shinji.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Asuka comes across as somewhat homophobic in her interactions with Kaworu. Notably, when she is listing the other pilots' character flaws, she comes up with "narcissistic" and "homosexual" for Kaworu. Her attitude is strongly implied to be because she dislikes stem from her resenting Kaworu's interest in Shinji.


* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Asuka comes across as this in her interactions with Kaworu. Notably, when she is listing the other pilots' character flaws, she comes up with "narcissistic" and "homosexual" for Kaworu.

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* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Asuka comes across as this somewhat homophobic in her interactions with Kaworu. Notably, when she is listing the other pilots' character flaws, she comes up with "narcissistic" and "homosexual" for Kaworu. Her attitude is strongly implied to be because she dislikes Kaworu's interest in Shinji.

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* NotSoAboveItAll: Shinji remains his usual quiet self for much of the play, but when a suggestion to replace him as the main character is brought up, he becomes offended and starts to protest.


* GreaterScopeVillain: The cast discuss how the nature of the Angels could have alienated the audience, seeing how the series really didn't offer any clear answers to where they come from or what their goal is. They come up with the solution of introducing the "Black Space God", a GenericDoomsdayVillain who wants to KillAllHumans, and having the Angels turn out to be his {{Mooks}} all along, any intriguing mysteries and ambiguity be damned.


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* GreaterScopeVillain: The cast discuss how the nature of the Angels could have alienated the audience, seeing how the series really didn't offer any clear answers to where they come from or what their goal is. They come up with the solution of introducing the "Black Space God", a GenericDoomsdayVillain who wants to KillAllHumans, and having the Angels turn out to be his {{Mooks}} all along, any intriguing mysteries and ambiguity be damned.


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