SheWolf wrote:My impression is that they won't. If they are retiring the characters they won't do a special as those characters or a film as those characters. Frankly I think it's kind of good to put it to rest. It ran it's course and could only go so much further. Even bits of S2 seemed sort of forced or repetitive to me. One of my favorite shows went on 2 seasons too long and that left a bad enough taste in my mouth to taint the entire project. I wouldn't want to feel that way about FOTC so I'm glad they nipped it in the bud, took the high road and went out on top. I know someone who took the news in a way that rked me. She seemed to think that it was lazy & selfish for them not to continue. That you need to milk it while you're on top or you'll be forgotten. Seems to me she doesn't understand the concept of artistic integrity or the notion of not being motivated by fame or money. Annoying.
I donâ€™t get the Rover analogy but I get The Simpsons thing. I'm so programmed to watch yet lately I groan more than I laugh.mohumbhai mania wrote:Still, I don't think it's as permanent as losing a pit.
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