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  • I know you and me are not close in chatting. But, the reason I'm here is to thank you for understanding my opinion of the ship that I posted on the blog. There's a lot of things I want to add.

    The ship isn't canon at all and many people would try to force anyone to support the ship, threatning included. It's ridiculous and there's no sense to it. I mean, there is, but I only see them as best friends, which is according to the wiki.

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    • And that's what I like from you, you don't make it a big deal. If it's not canon and you ship them, it means you like it because it only amuses you.

      Yeah, I agree with that. They both share the same details. And let's not forget, if Season 5 or a series finale reveal Lincoln's new love interest. It might have a ship war in this fandom.

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    • I don't do it, because I don't want to be what annoys me.

      I think shipping war is one of the worst part of fandoms. I heard that Netlfix show Voltron has no official ships and yet the fans fight for ships they imagined themselves. I never watched the show, but it seems humans will always find an excuse to fight each others, even if they imagine the excuse.

      I think Lincoln should focus on finding his life path instead of love interest. Luna found her path, when she was 13 according to For Bros About to Rock. Lincoln also needs such kick in his life.

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  • Do you think Lincoln remained predictable after Predict Ability? I'm like seeing around about "how writers possibly hate Lincoln" and/or that "Lincoln should be written off the show". I don't think there was any comment that talks about Lincoln's predictability. I think he's predictable after Predict Ability and examples can be provided. I'm not even sure why he's considered the protagonist as his focus episodes was decreased each season comes by or the fact the writers make the sisters more interesting than him. I think the show's gonna hurt itself in the long run if they don't make him interesting, not a good writing strategy.

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    • Oh you disabled the comments? Yes.... Im so glad honestly.

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    • It was technically User:Veenster7 who did it

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  • Are the writes treating Lincoln like crap now or something It feels like from the start of Season 3, they've been treating him like garbage. It's like when something bad happens, they automatically blame him for it. They basicaly changed him from breaking the 4th wall to being the world's punching bag.

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    • Lincoln was unsympathetic comedy protagonist in first half of S1, in first half of S2 he was a punching bag in world working like the Family Guy, in 2nd half of S2 he was a competent baby sitter and survivalist. In S3 Lincoln at least was a competent detective and his planning skills improved and he was a good Lola's coach and fan of stage magic. In S4 he's a bland punching bag, who no longer has any skills or talents and is overshadowed by his sisters even in his own comfort zone. If the writers dislike Lincoln that much, then may they remove him from the show instead of ruining him, the show in S4 got stagnant and doesn't have much development compare to S3, when S3 developped a lot compare to S2.

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    • He should just live with the Casagrandes. At least they give him respect

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    • Or give Lincoln his own spin off "Lincoln and the friends", so he could leave the Loud House to his sisters.

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    • Yeah.

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  • How are you feeling man?

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    • Did you have high expectations of Venom 2018?

      When Venom 2018 was announced, I expected an R-rated film about Venom vs Carnage. This made me think that sometimes a villain is needed to destroy more dangerous villain. But later a trailer of Venom was released and I changed my expectation to see many symbiothes like Scream, Phage, Riot, Lasher, and Agony. Maybe I expected too much, but I was disappointed that the film featured only Venom and Riot, but also that the film has poor plot and it looked like violance was toned down for sake of making it PG-12. I can admit that visual effects were quite good.

      I still hope sequel of film will be an improvement in story, but in this film I wish to see a violent and destructive fight between Venom and Carnage.

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    • Well, I did have some expectations that Venom was going to be a lot darker than the other Spider-Man films and was hoping it would have the influenced of a psycological horror thriller vibe to it. But at the same time, I didn't think it was as bad as some pointed out to be. Not good, but still wasn't as bad.

      I too hope the sequel will manage to fix things from the original, and maybe more of She-Venom.

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  • Hey Drell, just wanted to see what you thought of the latest Casagrandes episodes. Here are my thoughts.

    Away Game - Terrible. While I guess it's understandable that Rosa would get jealous over Bobby and Ronnie Anne spending more time with Arturo than her, her reactions are just uncomfortable and cringey to watch, not to mention, her trashing Arturo's apartment was completely cruel. And it's not really fair that she barely got even a slap on the wrist for what she did. Overall, definitely the worst episode of the show so far. - 1/5

    Monster Cash - You know, for all the people, including yourself, who talk about how selfish and bratty Carl is, I mean, you're not wrong, but I've always been OK with it since he always gets karma in the end, so it never feels one-sided. That's been a strength of the show to this point, and it's no different here. The build-up was nice, and the episode was weirdly good at keeping you in suspense. I say that because you knew Rosa was El Cucuy, you just didn't know when you'd find out. Not my favorite, but still really good. - 4/5

    Trend Game - Easily the best of the week. The bonding between Ronnie Anne and Carlota was nice to see, it was good to see Ronnie Anne's other friends in an actually good episode and for some reason (probably because I laugh at the most random things) the "squat" was pretty funny! At first, I thought the episode suffered a major problem City Slickers had, which was that there was no indication Ronnie Anne had to lie to her friends whatsoever, but I thought about it, and I realized that maybe she was worried they'd want to hang out with Carlota instead of her. Overall, I loved it. - 4.5/5

    The Bird Has Flown - Meh. Didn't care for it. It was weird seeing the family so devastated over Sergio's loss, especially since they've been annoyed by him so much, although not entirely out of character. And it was nice to see Bobby and Sergio finally have a good moment at the end of the episode. Overall, though, no opinion whatsoever. - 3/5

    So, overall, a pretty mixed couple of weekends for episodes. Truth be told, though, none of these episodes are as good as Brave the Last Dance. I'm not exactly sure what you think about that one, but to me, not only is it the best episode of Season 4, it might be the best Loud House episode of all time. I keep finding myself coming back to it. Even How to Train Your Carl was fantastic, and easily the best Casagrandes episode so far. I think the problem for me is that those episodes set the bar so high, that anything after that will be disappointing in comparison. But that will probably subside after awhile, so it should be all good.

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    • Eh, I could see that a little bit.

      By the way, there's this fanfic idea I've had in the back of my mind for a while (actually close to a year), but I haven't written it yet out of fear that it would come across as too political, but I think I'm gonna write it soon. Basically, what happens is Mayor Davis bans SMOOCH's music from Royal Woods, so Lincoln and Luna protest by encouraging Lynn Sr. to run for mayor. What starts off as a gimmicky protest campaign eventually gains traction, and Lynn Sr. slowly but surely finds himself to be the frontrunner in the race. At risk of losing, Mayor Davis desperately seeks advice someone close to Lynn Sr. who can't stand SMOOCH, who gives her dirt on him and his troubling history as a parent. From there, Lynn Sr. and his team have to quickly find a way to rebound before it's too late.

      How does that sound?

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    • It sounds like a typical election episode for a comedy show, because of the the reason for running against mayor Davis. Finding dirts on rival is perhaps now a common tactic in political campaigns.

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  • I realize the Casagrande wiki is going to be meeging to this wiki, so we might as well continue our conversation here. So... hi! What up?

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