No, it's all my fault. I am just nervous with all this talk of a continuation. I don't see the need for a moive or anything since I feel that there isn't enough that actually requires any sort of ending. I've had it with worrying over pairings and characters dying in this series. I really just want to leave it on that last scene.
Why precisely are you being so negative concerning Lelouch? If you want to believe he is dead fine, but I don't think you should go around saying it like a fact. So what if he got stabbed? We are in a series where characters who we thought had to die came back and where immortality exists. I think there is enough evidence for it to be declared open and I will choose to believe he survived. Sorry.
About Nunnaly... I think they made US see what Nunnaly was seeing... I think that's her gift: to see the truth, just by touching the hand.
About the C.C. scene.... I really don't know... My rational self tells me that she is talking to Lelouch, who is in the world of C. ... so he is dead. Because I cannot explain myself C.C. and Suzaku's tears when he died!!!
On the other hand, C.C. looked too cheerful...
And when she said "Na, Lelouch?" She moved her head in direction of the farmer....
The point is that IF Taniguchi wanted to make us think that he was alive.... he would let us a more solid evidence... That's what I think, but I'm not sure!>_<
I was just curious what you thought about it. Did the scene where Nunnally sees Lelouch's memories indeed seem similar to how Lelouch would sometimes see C.C.'s? Amd what about the last scene? Does C.C. tilt her head as if directly addressing someone? Honestly, I know it's hopeless, but a part of me just can't accept it.