My issue is if you hate all these things about the show, why do you watch it? Some people on here have literally nothing nice to say about the show, ever. It makes zero sense to me.
Most of us have invested six long years with this show…have been here since the season 1 premiere. And we figure that since we’ve stuck it out this long, we might as well ride it out till the end. Let’s be honest, OUAT has at the most, one last season to give…leaving it when the show is already this close to the finish line would make all the time invested so far, a total waste. Might as well see how the story ends.
Like, come on. Let’s be real here. There’s a difference between not understanding them or not being able to engage and communicate well with them vs. simply not caring. Lets not just spew hate for the sake of it. If you disagree where they have taken the show, then fine (I will argue the show has gone back to it’s roots especially in this season), but the writers are trying to tell a flat story that is years beyond its expiration date and that can’t be easy and to say they just don’t care really isn’t fair.
Hmmm…whenever I try to give Adam & Eddy the benefit of the doubt, I remember the classic words Mister Kitsis once spoke: “I sleep well and I drink your tears.”
Horowitz & Kitsis care about the fans to an extent….I think they want to believe, or rather have possibly deluded themselves into believing they have this mega united fandom, but fail to realize that due to constant changing of their “vision” as well as continuous baiting, failed plot lines, and certain ideas that shouldn’t be mentioned….they have torn the OUAT Fandom apart and ignited a civil war which rivals that of even the most toxic fandoms.
You praise their work, you’re good. You call them out on their work, you’re either ignored or responded with a snarky comment. You show the receipts and call them out on their work, you’ll get a response which will one hour later be deleted. That is the relationship between the OUAT Fandom & Adam & Eddy.
"If you go as far as you can see...you will then see enough to go even further." - Finn Balor