18 January 2013 - 06:18 PM
Now the big challenge is finding new ways to keep things interesting, through character development and action. And finding the right mix is daunting, and they will never please everybody. I liked the pacing of Season 2, and how it came to a crescendo at the season finale "barnageddon." I just liked how they brought everything together. Some people didn't like that, though.
I'm wondering if the finale to Season 3 will also be similar, take all of these seemingly disjointed things, and bring it to a big, shocking conflict towards the end of the season.
I guess we can only wait and see.
18 January 2013 - 06:38 PM
The show has become more or less a synopsis, with the viewer filling in what's missing.
This! I mean don't get me wrong, I still love the show. But I think the failing is tying it all to the big picture. There has been many excellent individual scenes but as a whole it has neither really come together or kept consistency. S2 I feel like it did a better job with the big picture, I just don't think the writers can handle the pacing the set for themselves in S3.