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if you want to jump back and forth between past and present timelines, that’s fine. wonderful shows have done it before and have done so flawlessly. however, i beg you to AT LEAST have some level of consistency with your writing. the rest of this past series focused on some great material, like introducing rudy (x2), bringing seth into the group’s dynamics, and having some pretty ridiculous but fun plot ideas (curtis turning into a girl and then getting pregnant? zombie cheerleaders? awesome stuff).
then comes the last episode, and the writers suddenly remember there are gaping holes set up by the past two series to fill. oh yeah, we’re doing that whole time travel and space time continuum thing! simon/alisha in everyone’s face! SUPER SERIOUS BUSINESS! maybe this is because i watched this series finale in tandem with watching season 6 of dexter wrap up, but jesus fucking christ. i’m over the simon/alisha bullshit. it’s never seemed romantic to me when the whole reason simon “fell in love” with alisha in the first place is because it was expected of him to. the entire episode was covered by a somber veil, which is a huge contrast to what made the rest of the series so fantastic. maybe there will be more answers next series, but i’m not even sure i care enough to watch and find out what they are at this point. i think the only solid this episode presented was having rudy articulate what i was thinking the whole time: ”so he’s going to go back in time, he’s gotta fall in love with alisha, then she dies and they’re going to be stuck doing it over and over and over again for all eternity?”
yes, rudy. that does seem absolutely fucking absurd.
oh yeah, SPOILER ALERT as if that wasn’t apparent already because people on tumblr clearly give a shit about that…
“I can say that I initiated the lawsuit based on the principle that artists should not be exploited — in this case — by the company Lionsgate. If there is a financial reward, it will be directed back to nonprofit organizations that I’m affiliated with that provide opportunities for underserved sectors of the artist community that are less advantaged than I’ve gotten to be.”—Jesse Eisenberg on his lawsuit with Lionsgate (via becoss)