Generator Rex The "Six" Factor
macgaulyver posted on Oct 19, 2010 at 01:22AM
I was reading one of Lina's articles and towards the end she comments "Six is an incredibly difficult person to figure out." And you know what...he is. So, like most people, I have thoughts about "stuff" that interests me...and then I like to talk about it:-) So I will place my long-winded analysis of the force of nature that is Six in its own comfy forum post for all to read and react to should you be so inclined;)
After several viewings of "The Day That Everything Changed" Something hit me about Six's exchange with White and then with Holiday in the first half of the episode.
On the surface, Six appears to be the prototypical militaristic hardass that's all duty and no compassion. However, during one viewing of the episode I realized that Six, in his exchange with White, wasn't being a good little soldier boy at all. White is directing Six to reign Rex in, or else essentially. To which Six replies, "What do you suggest? Have him neuralized like the others?" Initially I had taken this as an affirming statement of White's agenda - but it wasn't. Six was actually calling White out. The series thus far has shown White to be the type that if things aren't going his way, he indeed attempts to "neutralize" the situation or the individual. Six's tone in response to White, if you listen, actually seems to be peppered with distain.
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