As I was writing out part 2 of this thread series my arguments began to fall apart once I thought back to things Toybox and Manley taught me and because of which it got me thinking, with my Samurai Jack analogy this thread series is focused around has my metaphorical journey come to a close at long last, where the society I live in finally makes sense to me? Or have I simply just adapted to a strange world like Jake did in the premier of season 5 when we saw him in futuristic armor?
For those of you who forgot let me explain the goal of this thread again, the connection I'm making to Samurai Jack and aspergers is
both are people who find themselves in a world strange and unfamiliar to them,
Aku is comparable to the uncaring society that could care less about our feelings,
Jack is on his Journey to return home to the world he knows and is use to and that's the same goal those with aspergers want!
My analogy of Jack returning home is me wanting the society that was taught to me rather then the one that is and with Toybox and Manley putting things into perspective for me over the months I spent talking with them I now stand at the final threshold of my "Jack returning home" analogy the only question I think need be explained is this
Is me now having a better understanding of the world around me then I did as a teenager, me having returned home and defeated Aku?
Or am I simply season 5 premiere Jack who adapted to a strange world and can never return home?