Okay, so I have been reading a lot of comments, both on and off site, that have dealt with whether or not certain characters have any development potential. I have seen excuses from writers that speak of the same topic; attempting to reason their overuse and abuse of "The Big Four: Duncan, Gwen, Courtney, and Heather" by saying that other characters: Noah, Staci, Zeke, B, Dawn, Trent, Tyler, Eva, Katie, Sadie, and other contestants have no possible storyline or potential to develop. This is a blog to call them out on that horrifically lazy excuse; they are writers, it is their job to come up with story. My reasoning is as follows:
1. The writers are notorious for making up story lines as an excuse to bring tired characters and plot lines in…Read more >
Honestly I never really saw Zeke as being sexist. TBH I always figured it to be the opposite. He is a little misogynistic, having been raised that way, but I've seen him open doors for girls as well as compliment Lindsay on her strategies. I figure maybe since he was raised with misogynistic parents he was taught that guys needed to do a majority of the heavy work. He never said girls shouldn't do things, just that guys were better after all ;) Still not very good but he didn't deserve to become a feral beast forever.
I mean we never really heard much from Zeke aside from in Season 1 so we never really had a chance to see if he had gotten over what his parents had taught him. I wish they had at least tried to develop the character a little …Read more >
Hey y'all I've been wanting to say something for a while now, so here goes.
I'm a little sick of the 13 episode seasons. I know that a lot of people are going to say how I am "wrong" and 13 episodes is better than 24, but please do listen to my entire post before reading. No flaming please.
IMO, two of the best seasons have been longer (TDI and TDWT) I absolutely love TDI for the story, characters, etc. TDWT to me was what TDA should have been: A way to develop the minor contestants from Season 1, while still continuing the relationships of the main characters. I love the amount of development Cody recieved, as well as the screen time for Noah and Tyler. My only wish is that Zeke had been given some actual development as opposed to being tur…Read more >