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* BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF EPISODE 27
Episode 27
(10/1/1997)
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"Nanami no Tamago"
[Nanami's Egg]
One morning, Nanami dreams of being a young girl playing in a sandbox. As she is digging, she discovers a painted egg laying in the ground. Younger Touga approaches her and asks what she found, but she lies and says quickly that she didn't find anything. However, when she wakes up from the dream, the egg is in her bed! She thinks she might have had it herself, and panicks.
Nanami bumps into several of the the other cast members and manages each time to convince herself that there's some kind of horrible conspiracy going around to reveal her as a space alien!
Becoming very attached to her egg, Nanami polishes it and hopes that it will hatch soon so she can become its mother. She takes it everywhere with her, even in the bathtub. As she encounters more people though, she becomes more confused. Ultimately she comes to think that Juri and Keiko and all must be having eggs, because that's what girls do, but they must also be consuming them after they're born. Since she can't bear the thought of eating her beloved egg, she wraps it up and leaves it under a tree in hopes it will raise itself. As Nanami is running home, she is startled to see a GIANT egg lit by spotlights before her! Then, as she watches, it begins to crack...
Nanami opens her eyes as morning light fills her bedroom. Was it all a dream? There are scattered pieces of egg in her bed.... Utena notices that Chuchu has been missing for a while. The doorbell to Utena and Anthy's area in the Tower goes off, and Utena greets Chuchu at the door. Anthy has quite a strange look on her face...

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