21 Votes in Poll
I chose Purrfect Gig because this image is cute and funny at same time, plus i like very the cats. The Rita's image is just ok but still very interesting, maybe she will publish her first book! 😊
This is truly amazing! Much better than this singled out! I really loved it so much, maybe this is the best Clyde episode of the whole show .... Emma and Chloe are two girls definitely both very adorable and cute. But I liked Chloe even more, because at least she didn't reject Clyde, she confessed that she likes him and then she agreed to dance with him. Much unlike Emma. I'm sorry that Emma rejected him by preferring friendship, but Chloe is been great instead!
Certainly a good development for Clyde when he found the courage to invite Chloe to dance with him and when he faced his anxieties by eliminating fainting and robotic stuttering. And I hope he continues to do it that way, and I hope so much that Chloe will come back again in the next episodes, he seems to me a very interesting character.
P.s. Do you know a funny thing? Hours before the broadcast of this episode, I posted a post on twitter in which I said I noticed a curious thing after watching the Sneak Peek video: Why does this Asian girl almost always appear next to Emma? In fact, I expressed suspicion by assuming that Chloe was perhaps romantically involved in this affair too, in case of failure with Emma. And in fact I guessed it!
This premise would be very similar to that in L is for Love: Initially, many of us thought that Luna's crush was that brown boy called Sully, but then surprisingly turns out to be a girl instead. But there is also someone who already has noticed why there is always this blonde girl next to Sully, unlike other couples. so he suspects that Sam couldn't have been a simple appearance. 😉
Cute episode, but a little disappointing. Not because of Francisco's absence, not only.I didn't really like this episode sso much because it seemed not to be very well developed and it almost happened in a rather hurried way. Lynn lied to her friends saying she finally had a new boyfriend as she actually didn't and didn't even confess at the end that it was all a fiction, and neither did the friends apologize to her for neglecting her because of their partners. The story of exploiting a fake engagement doesn't seem like a very positive thing, and I didn't find the whole initial part of the episode as much fun.Fortunately, there were also positive things in this episode: In the end, Lynn confesses to Dexter that she is not very inclined to lead a relationship, as she hates romance a little. This episode also teaches that it is not important to have a romantic partner if you are already happy even so. Having a romantic partner doesn't necessarily mean it's the only thing that can lead you to happiness. No, you can be happy even without a partner and without extreme romance. A nice lesson for singles, therefore (And I'm single). Another nice thing is that the crew wanted to represent another LGBT couple in the show. And this romantic moment between the two girls was short but exciting. I was pleasantly surprised by the show's courage to include other new LGBT characters.
A nice 7.5 / 10
Mh, 🤔 I don't think Dexter will become her definitive boyfriend. Lynn is only using him as an excuse for not being excluded from the circle of her friends who are all engaged. Plus, probably Francisco will return towards the end of the episode. Maybe. 🤗
I'm not agree with you, but it's your opinion after all and i respect it. 😌
I forgot to enter the fourth option "I didn't like Lincoln before, now I do."
But patience. 😅
I asked this question because I noticed that lately there has been a bit of hatred from some fans for Lincoln. It might just be my impression, but I've heard that Lincoln is now less appreciated than before because of his new developments since season 3 (certainly not because of the space now reserved for sisters and friends), who seem making him a rather selfish, cowardly and paranoid character. At least that's what fans have considered him. It's true?
If so, I don't think so, instead. I still like Lincoln, he's one of my favorites, and find him much more interesting than before with these new developments. Maybe these fans think that the creators made it worse, but I believe that they only made him more human by exploring other sides of his personality, even with the flaws as well as the strengths. Maybe they don't like this idea about Lincoln having all those flaws. But I think having all those flaws helps us remember instead that Lincoln isn't perfect after all, that the world isn't as perfect as it seems. Perfection does not exist. We all have strengths and weaknesses in the same way, and this way helps to understand how we really are. The important thing is to be able to accept flaws, not just strengths. Even when we don't like them. Here is an example: Someone says that Leni is perfect because she is beautiful and kind, and I say that she is not perfect. She is just gentle and extraordinarily sweet. This is its greatest asset. And its biggest flaw? His excessive naivety. For this reason, some fans find her so annoying and even believe her worse. This may be a flaw, but I still find it adorable. Because? Why This flaw makes Leni incredibly sweet and kind in nature. It doesn't matter if she isn't perfect, she is simply human. Defects reveal what we really are and sometimes help us mature a little. So does Lincoln. It doesn't matter if Lincoln has those flaws, like getting upset or scared a little at some point. after all, he is always kind, funny and lively. He sincerely loves his family and friends. He is only more human. 🤗😉😊🤔
P.Š. Please, I kindly ask you to answer the question correctly, without involving other characters by changing the subject. 😌
44 Votes in Poll
Honestly, at the beginning I was a little undecided to choose between the McBrides and Stella's family. I am very interested in knowing both these families in depth because I really like Howard, Harold, Clyde, Stella and her mom. I would like to meet other members of Stella's family, for example her father and siblings. With the McBride family, instead, I would like to know more about their origins: How was Clyde adopted? Who exactly is grandmother Gayle McBride? How did Harold and Howard meet? (Rita and Lynn Sr told about their first meeting in "L is for Love". Same for Rosa and Hector Casagrande in "Power Play).
I really liked Stella's mom, her family seems interesting and I would like to know it in all. I also don't mind the Spokes family but I only like Rocky who is my favorite. His father and brother, not so much. 😆
Well, the only difference is that this girl is younger than Luan, with a darker skin (probably from South America or Latin America) and with a longer and more elegant ponytail, she doesn't wear a braces. 🤗
The Clyde's new crush is a girl really very cute, but she seems a bit as Luan. 😍😅
I'm a bit confused instead on Singled Out: There is not Francisco? 😕🤔 Maybe he will come later in the episode, probably it is set before L is for Love. But i'm still excited for this. I wish just that it will not disappointing. 🤗
I'm excited to see
^ Oh, 😆 but my dear friend, This time it's not for the criticism on Clyde but that on the show and the development of the characters in general. In fact, I can't understand PenBird200's point of view on this show, it seemed a bit exaggerated for me. At least, I believe. 🤔😅
On Clyde, it's another matter. By now I have already accepted the idea that Clyde is a character considered annoying by other fans for some things. Sometimes, he can create annoying features even to Clyde fans like me. For example, I can't stand his crush on Lori and his excessive obsessive attitude when he's anxious. That's the only thing that annoys me about him, I've already said it even on Clyde's page. I can even list some flaws of my other favorite characters. For example, I can't stand it when Lana overdoes it with dirt. Or when Lucy continues to admire Edwin's statue. For example, I expressed some annoyance to Lana in the Community Disservice episode. But that doesn't stop me from loving them. It doesn't matter if some characters do annoying or boring things, I just love them. 😊Everyone has different tastes and different opinions, and obviously everyone has the right to express opinion and defend what they believe. 😉
So I guess you didn't understand anything about the show's development and Clyde's. But absolutely nothing. These characters are only growing, although they are always themselves ... but, as I have already said, you do not accept all this change anyway, pretending that everything will return as before. And I don't agree, because then if he comes back as before he will become terribly uninteresting and very boring.
Besides, Clyde is not getting worse at all. Indeed, it is improving a lot. It is becoming more determined and less insecure. For example, in Snow Way Down he overcame his fears of dizziness and danger to help and save Lincoln and his fathers. He also became less obsessive and more friendly with Lori, as shown recently in some episodes and in two official comics (as showed here under, for example). It no longer shows its usual annoying behaviors such as nasal bleeding or robotic language. And this is a nice good development .... but it seems that you didn't notice any of this, because you were probably too busy complaining about this show to realize the small but real positive changes .... maybe you were a rather demanding and uncontainable type. But who knows.
I hope that after my observation and discussion you can decide to give the show and some characters another chance. 🤗
🤔 Well, look, it's not that unusual for many children, especially girls.
Many of them are simply romantic by nature because they often dreamed of meeting a Prince Charming as often told in fairy tales. When I was a little girl, I preferred the adventurous type instead and for this reason I dreamed of getting engaged to Aladdin, Zorro or Peter Pan. I was only about 6 years old. Then I had a real boyfriend at the age of 8-9 years, but then it passed quickly enough. (love between children is very different from that between teenagers)
Another reason is that some children find romance so coarse because they simply have never been or often exposed to romantic events in public, and therefore they are not very used to seeing them in that way and not even very interested in romance, but this does not prevent them anyway to have some temporary crushes even at a young age.
For some children, however, it happened to have very loving parents who often exhibit some romantic behavior and for them it is not a problem to be exposed to that type of romance even outside the home. For them, it's just ok. They are already used to it. Take Ronnie Anne and the Loud siblings for example. It has been shown that Ronnie Anne is not very enthusiastic about seeing her parents reunite again, answering with an "Ew! No, dad!", Or she doesn't like to see the romance between Bobby and Lori very much. Loud siblings are less disgusted and more happily willing to accept their parents' romantic demonstrations, as demonstrated in "L is For Love". Do you know what this means? That Ronnie Anne's parents, before the divorce, did not very often show feelings of love in front of her, because of work and other family commitments that grew more and more. If she then sees a rare kiss between the two, she was disgusted. She is not used to that. For this, Ronnie Anne grew aromantic. Rita and Lynn Sr are still very much in love, even after a lot of time (this shows a lot in having eleven children in all those years). Loud children obviously accept fairly simple demonstrations of love between Rita and her husband. It's just a matter of habit. That's all. 🤗
Guys, this doesn't make sense to me. 😶
For me, the show is not getting worse and is not going into a crisis of ideas at all, rather it continues to churn out new ideas. Simply, the show is only growing, the characters are only growing changing for the better. Take Lola, Lynn and Lori for example. They were considered the worst sisters because of their temperament in the first two seasons. But then by the third season, they are slowly improving slightly. And then we must not always give concentration on Lincoln, despite being the main protagonist, rather we must give more space and more developments to other family members and friends. The show is in fact based on the diversity of families and friendships to understand their dynamics and their symptom, it does not have to be all ONLY for pure entertainment. Otherwise, if you didn't give new developments to the other important characters, the show would certainly have become much less interesting and less stimulating. The truth is that you simply don't accept the idea that the show and the characters are growing, as they are no longer the same as before. You simply preferred it to be the same as in the first two seasons just because it was fun and nothing else. Your feeling would be a kind of Peter Pan syndrome. It may seem strange to you, but I didn't particularly like the first season. It may be fun too, but It didn't have much development on various characters and relationships. But by season 3, I fell in love with it madly, I immediately liked their idea of wanting to explore the characters' personality and relationships a little more. 😍🤩 And season 4 continues to do so as in season 3, just a little more focused on the emotional growth of the characters. And I really like this. If you don't like it anymore, then patience. It is your opinion after all, I 'm only sorry that you are no longer as enthusiastic as in the past. 😕😔 😅
"Clyde ever had a crush on anyone"
You forgot Stella, dude. 🤗