While these exhibitionists cater to the shits and giggles, I still find the entire ordeal sensible. When Satsuki puts her argument like that, it kinda makes sense. People who desire greater things should be willing to throw away trivialities. Compensation is needed, after all, in order to gain such power.
While the plot has been so-so, I still find myself glued to it, wanting to learn the truth behind the Godrobes, the death of Ryuuko’s father, the Kiryuuins, the shady professor. It may not be special but for some reason, it doesn’t stress the viewers to some visual overload. As shallow as it may be, Kill la Kill still have some direction, despite the bombastic foray of visual effects and tasteful animation.