don't ruin them writers

i don’t see how anyone is surprised that marlene killed yvonne so spoby could happen. it was pretty fucking obvious that she wasn’t going to stick around from the start. it’s rushed, it’s shitty writing, it’s problematic as hell, and yvonne and spoby both deserved a far better resolution. 

But come on, this is the writing team that decided romance was having caleb and spencer fall in love for half a season only for caleb to cheat on her with hanna and then claim he’s loved hanna all along, who are still romanticizing a teacher/student relationship that, even looking past all it’s other transgressions, continues to be boring af, who think the best way to put emily and alison together, the slowburn ship to end all slowburn ships who would have had no trouble being brought together naturally, is to introduce two other girls for emily and then inject emily’s eggs into alison in a complete and utter violation of both girls bodies. 

like, did you expect better from the writers? really? if you didn’t see this coming i don’t know what to tell you. 


"A few science textbooks is not gonna solve what's been happening here."

Don’t like Milah? Fine, join the club, but please recognize that Killian loved Milah very much for a very long time, hell the man spent 300+ years seeking revenge for her death and they’ve been together for like 8 years maybe? That’s a very long time for couples on this show. Milah is a great part of Killian’s character and bringing her back actually means more character development for Killian.

  • Milah back in flashbacks = more Killian centric flashbacks/episodes (or Rumple’s but honestly what would they show us? We know everything about their life, we know nothing about Killian and Milah’s relationship)
  • Milah back in the underworld = more of Killian’s character development and coming full circle when it comes to his revenge and proper closure with her.

Please, try to analyze first and freak out later. And who knows maybe she’s not even coming back. Watch first, judge later.