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Originally Posted by nobby-w View Post
I don't think he did it out loud, but rather as an aide memoire. Apparently they also used to put notes with their lines on strategic bits of the set that were facing away from the camera.
I was more talking about Motoko, in the Anime episodes, has a very old wind up watch. Due to circumstances she couldn't go get it, Batou got it and handed it to her. I think it had to do with her second shell transfer from one titanium body to another one. She wanted to remember that, and her early childhood.

He doesn't need them due to his cyberized body, but kept ordering weight training gear. The rest of the team heckles him about it.
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