kirsty writes

She was the only thing I needed. If everything else went away tomorrow, the big house, all the cars, the money, I wouldn’t care. As long as I still got to hold her every night, I would still be the luckiest guy in the world.
—  Kirsty Moseley, The Boy Who Sneaks in My Bedroom Window

IS2G they want you to hate Rebecca. There is no other explanation for any of it. Most people couldn’t care less, they couldn’t people love her so now it’s just let’s make her the most self-righteous, unlikable person. 

Today was the first day EVER that I wanted to walk away. Not because of Robert. Not because of Aaron. BUT BECAUSE THIS CHARACTER IS TERRIBLE. None of this negated yesterday. What it did was make it CLEAR that she is a horrible person with no actual morals or heart. 

No agency, no forethought, no dimensions, no self awareness, no taking responsibility. 

She makes no sense and it is honestly weighing down this story so heavily. 

And Sharon Marshall cannot write to save her life. Throwing Robert under a bus for a character that is not even a character is a bad idea. BECAUSE WE the audience KNOW that what she was saying was bull. It only makes people angry. 

This was a terribly written episode.  

*deep breath*

Kirsty Halton is writing Monday. I like her pretty well. She gave us some good stuff. It’ll be fine. 

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