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|Angelsmile||May 10 2014, 01:37 PM|
I think it feels that way because Chandler Massey's Will was all emotion. Unfortunately, the emotions were mostly very angry or very defeated. He threw in a little silly goofy and distressingly naive at times, but none of these were displayed in a grown up mature way. When Guy took over the role we immediately saw a more reserved mature portrayal with none of the young emotional outbursts that went before. There was no transition or growth written it was simply a changed personality. Since the character was soon to be a married man maybe the writers felt they did not have the time to show that progression. However, IMO I do not think it is an unemotional portrayal so much as a less emotional portrayal.
Personally, for me Guy has become Will. He is a more mature Will, but for me he is still Will. To me he was a good choice for the recast.
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