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they speak the truth

Go read this.

Enough said.

::still bitter about Josh and Donna::

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tomfoolery815
Sep. 18th, 2009 03:38 am (UTC)
::still bitter about Josh and Donna::
You mean separating them, Gatz? I didn't mind that part. I think it was an important step for Donna.

I'm glad the author cited Jim and Pam. They are the couple on the show, but the show doesn't revolve around their coupledom.

The worst application of the Moonlighting rule? Ross and Rachel. They put them together and tore them apart enough times where I no longer cared whether they ended up together. I went from loving Friends the season Monica and Chandler got together to not even watching the last several seasons. I didn't even watch the finale, and it was partly because I had lost interest in the will they/won't they question.
gatsbyfan
Sep. 18th, 2009 01:13 pm (UTC)
No, not separating them. I get that they had to be separated so that Donna could grow. Season 1 Donna and Season 7 Donna are light years apart in most ways.

The thing that makes me mad is when they wait so effing long. They could have found a way to put them together sooner.

You didn't watch Gilmore Girls but it was another show that really irked me. They bring them together and rip them apart with a ridiculous storyline. It wasn't so much that it wasn't possible of happening but more so the way the character handled it.

And yes, I bailed on Friends because I too was tired of the Ross/Rachel storyline.
tomfoolery815
Sep. 18th, 2009 05:15 pm (UTC)
They could have found a way to put them together sooner.
If a fan wanted to see them together romantically, they didn't get a lot of that.
anatolealice
Sep. 18th, 2009 07:52 pm (UTC)
Sorry to butt in... my issue was partly with separating all the characters. I was happy for Josh and Donna to be apart enough for Donna to grow, but I hated losing the tight knit 'we can achieve anything' feeling we got from the senior staff seasons 1-5. It all fell apart. So I hated the separation from that point of view. And it took too long, I felt like I was being pandered to by having them get together at the end.