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Date Posted: Monday, June 06, 07:34:46pm
Author: JayBee
Subject: Call me cynical (r)
In reply to: Nell 's message, "Yes. By jove, you've got it. (r)" on Monday, June 06, 02:29:34pm

S3 went in a completely different direction. And for the first time, I suddenly find myself wondering why? They had a functional series, they couldn't have wanted to kill it off....so what possibilties were they seeing?

Honestly? I suspect that they concluded that continuing in that direction would require more tolerance for subtlety and moral ambiguity than the average US television audience was capable of. So instead they soap-opera-ified the show to a level they thought more viewers were capable of grasping.

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