Damon won't die we all know that however the thing is without him there would be no show.even my mate don't like damon but said the same
I will indeed miss the character of Mags Bennett. She was wonderful this season. I keep hoping that Raylan goes back to Glynco. I live across the street from Glynco and that would make the series pretty exciting for me. Actually I never remember running into raylan while he was down here teaching guns. Can't find his picture at Pams #1 I'd love to see more of Dickie and I was pretty fond of Dole. I guess there is no way for Dole to recover from a shot between the eyes. Season two was a great season. Can't wait for season 3.
There seems to be some detachment going on with the story going on seemingly random tangents. I don't know if this phenomenon has got much to do with different writers handling and playing with the growing number of universes available, but I sense a certain Heroes confusion creeping up on me. It's just not a good sign when Twin Peaks made more sense than what we have to accept as the finale of season 3 of Fringe. I don't quite feel so much confused as genuinely annoyed, and that's a shame. I think the actors involved are doing a great job, but the material they are handed just seems to get more and more random. When future Olivia got shot dead, I was more pondering on the question of what possibilities this multiverse offers than actually being sad or touched in any way, which just plain isn't a good sign.
Lets talk real life. If the Glee Clubbers really are slushied outcasts and nobody likes them-or even considers them, then why would the school vote a gay guy from the Glee Club as a Queen except to indulge the writers homosexual agenda? And Karofsky doesn't seem to be too popular either except with football brute linemen so to follow another theme of following all the social stereotypes, shouldn't the vote go to the QB-or most popular boy or star...fill in the blank, and head cheerleader/beauty-popular type? Since the cast are at the same time losers (self proclaimed) and the only characters that are ever developed, then the obvious is Quinn and Finn unless some other SENIOR boy and girl pop up to win the vote (but of course that won't happen). Yes, Prom is for the seniors to shine and win, and unless the writers skipped a year, I believe Q&F are Juniors, albeit ageless juniors because every High School fantasy show has to stop the clock for the characters to stay in school. But of course the fantasy is that they will never graduate and the show will have a nice long run with twenty somethings playing teenagers with a fresh addition every once in a while. As long as they continue to make a third of the cast gay, closeted, flaming or confused and even ambiguous they will lose fans because that is becoming more of the agenda than performing good music and having high school life situations-albeit with an edge and non-PC stereotypical abandon. Homophobic is the most overused bias next to racist, except for homophobic means fear of homosexuality. I don't think most of the audience is homophobic, but instead I believe the audience is just consciously ramrodded with it, and is tired of the spectacle being such a huge story line. Really, out of the characters on the show, are we really supposed to believe that 1/3 of the show's characters are gay, leaning, closeted or sexually confused and that is an honest cross section of high school students-and adults because the target audience has been to HS and gets weary of that story line. If the creator of the show wasn't gay and had his own agenda to push acceptance mainstream, I'm not sure we'd have gotten past Kurt having thoughts of it at the school, or Blaine competing against ND's as gay. But to add Santana, Karofsky, the ex-Glee teacher, Sue (closeted so far, but sure to be written in since she is perpetually unlucky in love, except for herself) and of course Cheyenne (the VA coach) trying not to act like it and Brittany fighting her urges to make Santana feel loved, before long almost half the cast will be ...straight.
Jeremy: Finally! Bonnie: What? Jeremy: The spell about making a witch fell in love!! Bonnie: Ooh, I've found the one about getting rid of a best friend's brother' crush years ago..
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