Modwild

Something interesting happened when I picked stand out characters for the year. Malia haters came out of the woodwork. People who had never spoken up on the site while she was being introduced on Season 3. In fact, most were interested in her character. Additionally, I don't recall anyone taking on Aiden while Lydia had her way with him.Where were all the Stylidia shippers then? She was not where she belonged! Stiles likes the attention he gets from Malia, something he never got from Lydia. Malia likes Stiles because he was the first person who treated her as an equal instead of the lost coyote girl. She still carries with her the coyote upbringing and it's not at all surprising that Stiles would want to help with that. He likes to help everyone. They grew closer off screen, sure, but nothing about it feels false at all. They're all being very true to their nature as they have been written previously. I hope you can just let it ride and see where the waves take us. Lydia won't be alone for long, she never is.

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Modwild

We'll never agree on everything, but I'm glad you're still reading! It's definitely one of those episodes when you think back on it, it becomes cuter in hindsight. There was a lot of new material for them to chew on and that's why I wish they had stayed a bit. The city starts to feel claustrophobic with the familiarity of it all.

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I can't believe I forgot to bullet out the fish scene! That was adorable. I was wondering if he was just talking to himself, but it was a fish. Who is caring for the fish now? It would be great to see it pop up on Cat's kitchen counter, wouldn't it? Vin's way of keeping their suburban life alive. LOL

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Modwild

I didn't even notice the same sex reference. I guess I figure it's so natural it's no longer an agenda to put it into entertainment. Just a part of life.

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Modwild

It's great fun, right? Like a blockbuster movie. Not going to be winning any awards, but a lot of excitement.

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I never finished Crisis (maybe that was the mistake?). What did they do that turned you off? For me it was discovering the dude doing it for such lame reasons that cast me away. They need to keep up the pace and plow forward and it should be alright. There's so much they can do, if it's done right. I never read the book. Did you? Anyone? Wonder if it's following along...

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I will agree that seems a little odd. You'd think the 20% would be resistant to the virus at this point. But, it's fluff TV and end of world scenario stuff, so I'm willing to give it a pass for now. Maybe there are more people squirreled away and safe than we know... I still think shows like this are a boat load of fun! (Pun intended.)

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What good show was cancelled? We don't have enough information on the scope of the virus and why it was created yet to call it propaganda.

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First, I'm not a liberal. So. Whoops! We have too many comments of a political nature against homosexuality. Scouting out the most obscure references and talking about them with a political agenda rather than discussing the show as a whole doesn't make sense to me. My comment was one of exasperation late at night. Apologies for my tone, but not the sentiment. I'm not going to engage on the topic further.

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Dude, what the hell are you talking about? Do you watch TV exclusively to find references so you can make a commotion over homosexuality? We get it. Move on.

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