With all due respect, I can look at it however I want. I do have to question the writers’ judgement if that in fact does occur. I never said anyone else had to question it. I just said I did.
Still don’t understand why you take a personal offense to things I say sometimes. I am simply commenting on what you said, and I happen to disagree with it. Has no one disagreed with you on here until now? I use the word “I” many times because it is what I think. I, emphasis on I, don’t think it’s fair to call their morality in question simply for killing off a good person and keeping a bad one, especially if the killing off of the good one moves the story and affects characters in a profound and interesting way. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I don’t believe I ever said you weren’t allowed to look at it with your own perspective or feel differently. Or that you were wrong. But aren’t I allowed to disagree without getting a snarky “with all due respect, I can look at it however I want,” comment? Sheesh.
In all fairness, it is somewhat eyebrow raising that the writers would (potentially) kill off Robin, a father of two whose worst crime is being not very dynamic compared to other characters, yet they are willing to bring back Hook who we’ve been shown is a less than stellar guy yet gets treated by the show as the greatest thing since sliced bread.
At this stage, it seems like Hook is solidly entering creator’s pet territory
All magic comes with a price!Keeper of Felix