And I might have forgiven them if they at least consider all the ramification of their action. Like how they just harvest the Victoriam beam for their cannon, without thinking about how it might affect other people. The people above ground are not the only people living on Earth. And the blast from that cannon almost hit UPG's own people (true, they ran out to the battle site without permission, but still...). If not for Ginga, I don't want to think about what could happen.
But a moment of
And what's with Arisa and that commander? I hope it's just a simple hero worshipping case, and not 'having a crush on my superior' case. Or perhaps it's the other way around? He seems to like her, at least a bit more than as a favorite subordinate.
Next episode looks like it will deal with the fallout of using the cannon, and of killing something when they don't need to. I'm glad that there will be some opportunity for those higher-ups to see the error of their way.
Oh well. This has to be rewatched with subs, since I'm sure I probably misinterpret stuff to suit my whims.
*After I heard this for about an umpteenth time (most of the time, word for word) from various Ultra series, it ceases to fill me with wonder. Now it's just a tired old cliche.