I like hockey, the Philadelphia Flyers, The X-Files, Doctor Who, and the Whedonverse. I wish there were still an abundance of bands that sound like Shark Attack and The A-Team. I'm a pretty miserable fuck, you shouldn't follow me.
I really hope Yahoo doesn’t fuck up Tumblr like it’s fucked up … well, every single thing it’s ever touched in the history of the universe.
I stuck with The Office when it got bad because after 4 or 5 years, I had enough of an emotional investment in the characters to ride it out. Things weren’t as good as they used to be, but I didn’t think the newer seasons were as awful as people made them out to be.
Until the final season, that is, when after spending most of the show’s run on Jim and Pam, and another chunk of the show on Erin and Andy, they blew those relationships up to spend a large chunk of the last season on resolving their relationships. And then, because endgame, with two episodes left, Angela and Dwight.
The last 15 minutes of the finale were great. Up to that point though, it was like Oprah with the “You get a car! And you get a car! And you get a car!”, forcing happy endings out of nothing.
For a show that knew this was the final season and had 25 episodes to wrap everything up, that kind of resolution isn’t even remotely acceptable. Good riddance.