Post by Gerard Gerard on Feb 10, 2019 15:30:03 GMT -5
The 10th Doctor's "I don't want to go."
I've a habit of going about this, so I'll try keep it short for one. Firstly, it casts an unfair and entirely unnecessary shadow over the start of the 11th Doctor's run. Secondly, it was the tonally off-base as we already saw The 10th Doctor have a wobble and prove himself a hero by sacrificing himself to save just 1 man. Having another wobble just feels overdone at that point.
Say what you please about Moffat but I was a fan of how he retconned the 'I don't want to go' in the 50th anniversary.
Post by Naranja Cassidy on Feb 10, 2019 15:47:03 GMT -5
Jim dumping Karen to go date Pam. A girl who loved him for him and didn’t put him through a ton of bullshit to date her why the f*** do people not care that Pam only gave a shit when her former BF bowed out?!?!!
Post by arrogantmodel on Feb 11, 2019 2:08:17 GMT -5
Yeah, I really didn't understand The Walking Dead one. That's a big well known part of the comics. You had to establish Negan as a cold hearted bastard.
The people crying, "That was too far! They didn't need to do that!" What did you want or expect? On top of being a big gut punch in making you feel for one character(s) and hate the other(s), it was fake. Everybody was fine. Why bitch about it?
Post by A Dilapidated Catamaran! on Feb 11, 2019 3:02:29 GMT -5
The ongoing "ruin Wesley's existence" that began in the Angel TV series and continued into the comic books.
1. Wes finally gets together with the love of his life, Fred. 2. Fred is killed and her soul destroyed when Illyria is resurrected and takes over her body. 3. Wes has to bear it as a demon walks around in Fred's body for months. 4. Wes dies. 5. Wes is trapped as ghost due to the undeath clause in his Wolfram & Hart contract. 6. After Angel turns back time Wes is released from his contract, and deciding there is nothing for him to remain alive for, passes into Heaven. 7. Fred is resurrected.