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Galileo_Galilee
August 7th, 2010, 03:28 PM
Jo and Carter are dating now?

Holy crap.

And what the heck is it with getting Carter together with Allison? It should've happened by now. But now she's going with Doctor Grant?

I call Bullfrog on this.

CARTER IS SUPPOSED TO BE WITH ALLISON!

But the idiotic writers are probably never going to get them together, because it's so much interesting to view the process and once they get together, if they ever get together, then people'll wrongfully lose interest in the show. Because for some reason, it's boring to see a married couple who are very much in love with each other.

This is what killed the Sitcom Who's The Boss after all.

But for me, it just smacks of the writers sitting about smoking their phallic stogies and wondering about new ways they can mess with the fanboy's minds to get them to watch the show. It's wrong I tell you.

Carter should be with Allison, and not dating Jo.


What are the writers thinking.

GET WITH IT PEOPLE!

DigiFluid
August 7th, 2010, 03:42 PM
Jo and Carter are not dating.

And Carter should be with Tess, not Allison.

SaberBlade
August 7th, 2010, 04:14 PM
Oh jesus christ, mark any spoilers please. I haven't seen the newest episode yet and when I am expecting something like Fargo dating a goat (which probably wouldn't be all that weird considering Fargo), I get this.

Krazeh
August 7th, 2010, 04:14 PM
So 2 friends sitting on a sofa discussing their problematic love lives over beers means they're in a relationship? Not sure how you've got to that idea.

As for Allison and Grant, nothing has happened between them either. Grant clearly likes her and she apparently finds him somewhat charming but accepting an invitation for a drink from a man who's life she's just saved does not mean they're in a relationship.

Perhaps you should watch closer and actually pay attention to what's going on between people before complaining about the writers?

Mike.
August 7th, 2010, 04:54 PM
First of all Jo's house got blown up by a rocket, she's temporarily homeless so Carter offered her a place to stay. Secondly she's one of only 4 other people who are still the way they used to be and in which he can confide in without risking to reveal their secret.

So far I see nothing out of the ordinary. Just two friends, forced (more or less) to live together due to extreme circumstances.

yessika
August 7th, 2010, 05:50 PM
Jo and Carter are not dating.

And Carter should be with Tess, not Allison.

Ditto!

Inquisitor
August 7th, 2010, 06:45 PM
Carter should never end up with Allison (or anyone for long) because of the Moonlighting effect ;)

yessika
August 7th, 2010, 07:22 PM
Carter should never end up with Allison (or anyone for long) because of the Moonlighting effect ;)

I don't believe in the Moonlighting effect :p;)

MattSilver 3k
August 7th, 2010, 08:55 PM
I miss Tess already. Poor girl got shafted, beaten to all hell in time travel whackiness, and shafted A SECOND TIME, so the writers could do Jack/Allison stuff. Yeesh.

Galileo_Galilee
August 8th, 2010, 08:23 AM
Sorry but with Tess's bigotry towards "good ole boys", can there really be true respect there? No, there can't. A true loving relationship is based on respect and trust. Anything else is just lust and a mistake. <Snipped by Moderator >

And really, there can be no real love with those kinds of attitudes.

Everlovin
August 8th, 2010, 08:32 AM
Could you have posted something more offensive?

No, Tess didn't know Jack originally. Her attitude was more along the lines of anyone without a higher degree wasn't really relationship material. And to be honest, to some extent, she was right. Relationships need to be a partnership.

That said, she saw Jack's way for connecting odd dots to get the job done and save the day. She grew.

And speaking as one of those conservatives - who lives out in the sticks - really?

Bagpuss
August 8th, 2010, 11:40 AM
No ship=no topic.

Plus there was absolutely no reason to bring in the rl political/sexual insults or writer-bashing.

/thread.