For the past few weeks I've been watching Eureka 7, usually when it airs at 1:30am but some on the DVR as well. For those not familiar with the title, here is the synopsis from WikiPedia: So after watching all of the episodes for the past few weeks the final episode aired again last night and.... darn it, if it didn't raise more questions then it answered. As a whole the series is pretty riveting as it explores so many topics such as religion, our environment, relationships, and especially humanity. Some recurring themes such as surfing and Japanese & European pop music also run through all of the episodes. There are even a few, what seems to be obligatory these days, references to the US Military thrown in. The story line might seem to meander at times but the final & fourth season, especially the last few episodes, brings everything back together to show that from the very first episode that all of the major characters & events are actually intertwined. Episode #50 is the last episode and kind of annoyed me since it almost seemed like there should have been another episode or two between it and #49; it was almost as though the writers realized they were suddenly at the end and had to cram in a bunch of things. The episode did answer a lot of items but it also seemed hurried compared to the rest of the series. If you're a casual viewer of anime some of the themes might seem a bit strange but if find yourself up at 1:30am with nothing better to do, then try watching a few episodes when the series starts airing over again and you just might be entertained.