Someone Like You/Ophelia
"Anata ni Nita Dareka" (貴方に似た誰か/Ophelia)
While on their journey, Vincent, Re-L, and Pino stop at an abandoned dome, Ophelia. While trying to pack in order to leave, they are terrorized by the city's Proxy, who metamorphs into versions of themselves and assaults their minds.
- The secondary title of this episode, "Ophelia", comes from the character of the same name in the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare.
- The portrayal of Re-l floating on the lake's surface, as if dead, is a parallel to Ophelia's fate in the play, who committed suicide by drowning. Re-l's posture, with her hands partially raised, mirror an exact painting of Ophelia done by the British painter John Everett Millais in 1852.