Oh man, did I just play the "good ol' days" card? I need to lie down.
Also @Tom_Pinchuk: I saw her first!
Wow! i had not seen flcl in years and watched it again 3 times recently , and i have always just been on giant bomb, happened to go on animevice once and there's an article about flcl, awesome!
EDIT:one thing that should be said about flcl is that it has an amazing soundtrack
For the love of all that is holy Gainax, why haven't you made a sequel to this series yet? It has so much potential to work off of. I don't care if it takes a 180 of it's original message and just consists of Canti and Naota beating up Medical Mechanica robots for 30 episodes, I'd still watch it.
I'd add that I at first couldn't really get into the series, I don't like anything that doesn't make any sense. But the second time I watched I found an exceptional interpretation to it: symbolism.
Haruka is, as she at one, more mild point says herself, the personification of Youth. The guy with thick eyebrows the personification of adulthood, and others... I don't have such a clear answer to.
Viewing it with this in mind, the series really offers interesting moments to contemplate on. Like the interactions between eyebrowz and Haruka, or any of their deallings really. I was also most impressed by the episode where it's implied that "one needs to kill his father, metaphorically of course, in order to become a true adult and surpass the outgrown generation", in the vein of psychoanalysis.