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Apr 22 2013, 07:33 PM
- February 23, 2013
eh, you cannot please everyone and there really is no even trying to if all you have seen thus far is sex scenes. lol
- Apr 22 2013, 06:25 PM
- Apr 22 2013, 11:22 AM
- Apr 22 2013, 11:04 AM
It's true. The writing was abrupt. None of it made sense. It ruined alot of things, including my enjoyment of EJami coming together.
Ejami is really like any other generic couple now....they have virtually no problems, no lies, no blackmail, no conflict...they are for lack of a better word, safe....regardless how much her family disapproves of the engagement, that is nothing in comparison to what could have really been good story lines for Ejami. It's not like it's the first time that they don't approve and she doesn't give a shit and does whatever she wants, so what exactly is going to be a conflict in their relationship?
Though we are obviously on opposite sides of the fence, so to speak, I can totally see where you're coming from.
I am so pissed that after so long I got screwed in getting good writing to bring my couple together. Sigh.
I know it's just a show and I won't care in the long run but still I just hate it. You get what you want and they slap it together like they don't give a shit which I know they don't. :blulaugh:
There was such potential and it's clear the show had no clue what it was doing and last minute the story changed. They didn't have time to do a decent job. What's so great about a couple of sex scenes when there's no substance behind them? Where's the conversation? Where's the possible explanation of why this couple should be together?
Sweeping everything under the rug and pretending like it didn't happen is cheap writing, bad writing and a waste of time. No, I will not forget the past and I wish this stupid show wouldn't either.
If you can at least get most out of those that have been waiting, job well done and from where I am standing, that is what it is.