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|MarvinPepper||May 5 2012, 09:34 PM|
They should have played this out like the one in 2002, when people really thought Lexie was dead and that Bo had shot her. It had much more dramatic impact and the audience was kept in the dark about the real story until after it had been played out for the most part. |
There is no emotional investment in watching a bunch of people boo-hoo about six people we know aren't dead, especially when their most important family members aren't even there: Anna, Eric, Shawn, Belle, Claire, Doug, Julie.
And it's heartbreaking to watch Austin devastated over Carrie's "death" while she's getting ready to sleep with her brother-in-law. The Carrie and Rafe insta-love gagfest is ruining any excitement I have in this story.
MarDar simply had no idea how to tell a good story, pace it, play the beats and take the viewers on a journey without leaving everyone either groaning or scratching their heads. The fact that Rafe and Carrie are even stuck in the safe house clearly proves that.
Sad part is, Tomlin and Whitesell are going to be even worse. History proves that.
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