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|PhoenixRising05||Aug 6 2008, 12:49 AM|
I don't think you are seeing the point.
The point is the writers do have a plan but the plan always gets changed. Why? Because there is no grace period anymore. Just go back to as recently as ten years ago. Writers made mistakes then too but fans were more patient and execs were too. They would stay the course and if something flopped, it wouldn't just go away. it would lead to something else that may or may not be more successful. The writers would not just sweep it under the rug no matter how stupid it was. Now, that doesn't work. WhY? Because at Days it can't work. Corday and co see any hint of fan upset and they react and completely change things, which pisses another group off and then the cycle repeats itself over and over. It's like every action has a reaction that forces another action and then another and then another. As a result, there is never any consistency and the show never can breathe and allow itself to even take the flops it has and use it to help produce something better.
Add to that the fact that some fans will say they want one thing and then completely change their minds and reject it when they get it and the show is just a mess with no clue as to how to fix it because some fans are indecisive and the fans, in general, are divided.
Edited by PhoenixRising05, Aug 6 2008, 12:50 AM.
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