If you're talking about the "Fans consider his slaps therapy for young angsty pilots" bit it was by some guy called ReiKusanagi. (As seen here)
Man with a fancy signature - Telegram 20:24, October 8, 2013 (UTC) More specifically the bit where Kira was "supposed" to get slapped which doesn't make any sense in context. Bright only slapped people who did incredibly stupid things like refusing to sortie or starting a fight on a bridge. I don't believe Kira did anything on the Archangel that would warrant a similar response. Well, maybe bring Lacus back to ZAFT but they really had no reason to keep her hostage, plus she came from a neutral faction. Kaihedgie (talk) 20:49, October 8, 2013 (UTC)
- Well, his refusal to sortie was fixed by Flay already, but him choking Sai might worth a punch. However, Bright isn't there when this occur (he take the role of Harberton, using Ra Cailum to stall ZAFT force as Archangel reentry), and, Alpha 3 actually fix it in better way using fellow pilots.--My girlfriend is a loli. 03:50, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
- Kira sortied before Flay messed with him. All she did was make him fight harder. All of Kira's friends except her actually participated in battle in one form or another. If anyone should be slapped, it should be her.
I don't recall the choking part, however. However, if this was one of the parts where characters from other series berated Kira for attacking Sai, then this bit of trivia is rather useless and comes off across more as a potshot at SEED than a neutral comment.Kaihedgie (talk) 04:00, October 9, 2013 (UTC)
Where is Bright actually from?
The article states Bright is from Hong Kong, on Earth.
However, around the start of Episode 23 in ZZ Gundam, Beecha and Mondo are complaining about having to help the earth out and reiterate their spacenoid identity. To this, Bright responds 'As am I.' So is Bright a spacenoid or not?! JohnAnth (talk) 22:21, December 30, 2014 (UTC)