As she explains to Sheila and Alondra, she once clapped in his face during sex and he didn't even blink, just like the notoriously unmoving Queen's Guard in England. What would Queen Elizabeth say?!
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Since Lisa doesn't appear to love Dan, she takes Sheila's advice to live her best life by deciding to enter into an affair with Bob — played by Ryan Hansen. When Sheila goes to kill Bob on Dan's misleading order , she asks what he does for a living. Before he can say he's a pediatric oncologist, Lisa replies, "Me — in a doorway. Speaking of uncomfortable, after Dan goes missing, there is some serious flirtation that goes down between his partner Anne and Lisa.
Natalie Morales' Anne is pleasantly embarassed by Lisa complimenting her delicate, perfect fingers that can't julienne carrots.
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I'm pretty sure that her fingers do plenty of other things though. When Sheila cuts off the steady stream of sex to Joel, he notes he misses their insane sexual escapades, like when they had sex in a Target bathroom and broke a baby changing table because the logo turned Sheila on. Her response will make you see bullseyes in a whole new, amazing, female light. Lisa really ups the ante when it comes to sexual conversations as her son Eric says, "Mom, you don't have to sexualize everything".
And if you had any doubts that Anne and Lisa were having sex, she heavily alludes to it again by telling Joel that Anne has been keeping her distracted and the frequency of her coming err , to visit?? Sheila decides she is "taking that phrase back" about mother-daughter bonding after the brother of the chop shop guy makes her day with Abby sound dirty.
She was mostly seen in her Masou-Shoujo outfit. Her height is cm 5 feet and 2. Kyoko presents herself initially as a soft-voiced, gentle, and kind-hearted girl, albeit one overcoming physical injury along with psychological and emotional trauma. However, this turns out to be a mere facade, as Kyoko reveals herself to be a skillful practitioner of deception and hate, and easily being able to act and present herself in ways that do not reflect her true self.
Once her charade ends, she reveals her actual personality, being that of a cruel, egotistical, and sadistic individual who takes great pleasure in killing other people and being involved in intense combat. When fully immersed in combat, she quickly enters into an almost manic, crazed state of mind, laughing hysterically and contorting her face in a psychotic manner.
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She also possesses a rapid-fire, volatile temper. This can work against her, especially in situations in which she loses her advantages, and when her opponents or victims try to reason with her, especially in the context of normal ethics and morality. In addition to this repertoire of malevolent traits, she also has a strong fear of her own death.
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If she loses all of her extra lives, much of her power, and is subjected to prolonged, intense physical assault, she will lose her composure and degenerate into a trembling, fearful, and teary state. After her defeat at the hands of Ayumu Aikawa , her personality underwent a dramatic change, specifically during her extended struggle against Ariel and her eventual imprisonment following her second defeat. During the interrogation performed by Ariel, she showed some of her past traits, such as anger, tearful submission, and manic, psychopathic tendencies.
Despite these examples, she displays the full change once she is able to gain a temporary parole to return to Earth.
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While in the company of Ayumu and his friends, despite her maneuvering and verbal antagonism towards Ayumu's friends, she made no attempt to harm anyone despite her behaviour and verbal hostility. While displaying that she still had manic, psychopathic tendencies, she also makes clear that she had long since abandoned her blood lust and impulsive urges to harm others, no matter how she behaved.
She also admits that she had reflected on her past actions during her confinement, which indicates that she has learned the value of accountability and the need to be responsible for one's actions. Further examples of her new found moral and even spiritual transformation were fully displayed when the true motive behind her return to Earth were revealed; she wanted to spend time with Ayumu, because she had fallen in love with him, and at the same time was willing to do what had to be done to make amends for her past crimes.
In these and related aspects, she has become an entirely different person than who she had been before and during her partnership with the King of the Night. As evident during the mixer part she attended with Ayumu and his friends, she displayed the fact that she genuinely desired the company of others and even wanted to make and have friends, rather than seeing other people as means to an end or obstacles to eliminate. While still egotistical and cruel, she still employed restraint and even a begrudging respect for others, having made considerable progress in controlling her negative impulses.
Finally, despite her continued half-deceptions and taunts, she reveals that she had undergone yet another personal transformation; she was engaged in a struggle to temper her inner demons, seeking to balance her genuine love for Ayumu with her parallel vengeful urges and the acceptance that she must take responsibility for her past actions and that she must not harm other beings.
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With these factors now in play, she reveals that she is beset with loneliness and despair over her current situation. Her true fear and source of sadness is that she will not be able to form any true relationships with others, and that no one will remember her no matter what she would do during her extensive incarceration. Moments before her return to Villiers , she swiftly and manically attacked Ayumu, impaling him through the stomach, but only did so because he had granted her permission to do so. After doing this, she tearfully confesses her true feelings, displaying her confusion over wanting both to hurt him and the fact that she loves him.
Despite this, she decides instead to follow her positive impulses rather than her negative ones, displaying a genuine humanity that she had not done so before. Kyoko was in a nearby hospital supposedly recuperating from an attack from a recent string of serial killings. When Kyoko learned that Ayumu was Orito 's friend, she asked repeatedly that Ayumu come and visit her.
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When he finally came to visit her, she was pleased, and at the request of Ayumu, she tied her hair into twin tails. After a brief conversation, she alleges that the her assailant was a girl her age, whose description matched that of Eucliwood Hellscythe. This claim disturbed Ayumu, who had yet to learn of her extensive deception.
She later attacks Ayumu after a Megalo named Kerberos Wansard informs Ayumu of the souls of the victims being sacrificed to a being known as the King of the Night. Later that night, Kyoko, having resumed her guise as a hospital patient, slits her throat, splashing blood on the bed she is laying on and the window's curtains.
Given her ability to heal herself after reviving herself from death, she likely did this to heal the wounds that she had, which were also likely self-inflicted. The following day, she has left the hospital, and an injured, psychologically afflicted old woman is in her place, apparently having been there for a year. Kyoko later helps Ayumu in going out to buy tofu for Haruna 's teacher, and Kyoko agrees to get it for him.
They later meet in a nearby graveyard, where Kyoko makes false advances at Ayumu, leading him to drop his guard. It is at this point that she impales him a third time, revealing herself as the serial killer. She taunts Ayumu for the fact that she had attacked him three times, and allows him to figure out that she had orchestrated and enacted an elaborate charade, from the lie that she was Orito 's childhood friend and Ayumu's classmate, to the claim that she was the last survivor of her family and the serial killer's actions.
Continuing this game, Kyoko plays along and reveals that she accomplished much of her deception by altering the memories of those around her, which leads to Ayumu realizing what she really is. The show kills off so many people by the end I have no idea if this is supposed to be a one-off series or the first of a few different season.
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