i really hope that no one takes any of these posts as me “attacking” their ships or whatever!
let me also re-clarify, this has NOTHING to do with me shipping mcpriceley. not one bit.
i just really need to put it out there that 2 males can be friends without you guys having to turn it into a gay relationship. it’s also really important that we have this kind of representation of friendship so that it kills the whole “dudes bein nice and supportive of each other is gay” thing.
I understand wanting more representation of the LGBT+ community in media. But let’s also not wash away this CANON, safe, pure, NON-ABUSIVE, NOT SEXUALIZED (unless you wanna count baptize me as sexual, but we know it’s all a joke) relationship between a Ugandan woman and a fat, nerdy, white boy.
Can we just appreciate that? For once? The only canon couple in this musical ended up being between a black woman and the nerdy sidekick. They could have easily made it the skinny, smart lead (Kevin Price) but instead made it Arnold. Who was never confident in himself and who was always used to being in the shadows.
I love how basically half of your picture descriptions are basically just gibberish but still describe the post perfectly
if I had to think of something coherent for every pic we’d be here all day so “scrunkle” it is! I’m not the best at making jokes or coming up with Cool Stuff to say so weird gibberish is what I use and I’m glad it turned out everybody liked it!
This was never Sana’s season, it was always the Last Season. They knew going into it that there wasn’t going to be anymore seasons and so that’s how it was treated. I know we got to see a lot of the others characters and that perhaps we needed that chance to say goodbye to everyone, but I truly believe this season would have been different and better if it was treated as if it wasn’t the last, if it was treated like Sana’s season and her season alone. No amount of fluffy and heartfelt goodbyes will make up for the fact that this seasons plot was messy, right up until the final clip. Nothing will make up for how sensitive topics were approached and dealt with this season, and how three seasons worth of character development seemed to disappear for no other reason than to serve as a plot device, regardless of how illogical and out of character it was. This season was a poor attempt at tying up loose ends and pleasing fans, and because of that it didn’t feel like we were watching Skam anymore. Don’t get me wrong, there were some good moments this season, there was good chemistry between the actors/actresses and some incredible acting in general. I’m just always going to be sad that this wasn’t the season Sana (or anyone) deserved, that there was so much wasted potential and that we were given a taste of what the other seasons could have been like only to have the show end. We could have had something great, something worth looking back on, something to be proud of being a part of. It’s a real shame, an absolute shame.