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11 May 2016 @ 06:09 am
Fandom Meme  
And now for that fandom meme that has been circulating about:
Comment with a fandom (or more than one) and I'll answer

The character I least understand
Interactions I enjoyed the most
The character who scares me the most
The character who is mostly like me
Hottest looks character
One thing I dislike about my fave character
One thing I like about my hated character
A quote or scene that haunts me
A death that left me indifferent
A character I wish died but didn’t
My ship that never sailed
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Renée: Pretty Little Liars. Emily.rogueslayer452 on May 15th, 2016 10:28 am (UTC)
Sara Harvey is practically a forgettable character because her addition was so left field and her "reveal" utterly predictable (like yeah, you brought in a new character who is acting suspicious and you expect us to be wowed by her being a culprit the entire time? lol please), and I hated that they killed off Charlotte, an actual interesting character who had a lot to offer the plot, instead of her. I also never understood how Emily would instantly have feelings for someone like that only like a week and some from knowing her. Like??? It made no sense whatsoever.

(And I truly believe Sara was added in simply because they had no clue how to go about the "A" reveal and needed an accomplice but decided against the original idea of it having be someone the girls knew well, because who needs an actual emotional impact that would shake the girls more?)

The one thing I never understood is that, when Mona was telling the girls the things she knew, she said that both Shana and Jenna were not only in cahoots with Melissa but were also scared of her. But that never came back up again? Like, this show has a shitload of plot holes and things that never quite added up and were never revisited again.

Ezra being "A" not only made sense, it would've completely gone with the theme of the show from the beginning of someone stalking the girls, with most of the predators being male. But of course the show basically glossed over the fact that this adult male was spying and stalking teenage girls, he files on them, their secrets, everything, all because it was a red-herring. But just because he wasn't "A" didn't mean he couldn't be an antagonist. I actually would have enjoyed Ezra more as a character if they went in that direction, and for Aria to wise up due to being disillusioned by who he really was a la Skye from Agents of Shield when she found out that Ward was Hydra. It would've been a fascinating twist, to say the least. But, of course, it was yet another opportunity wasted.