This doesn't bother me overly, mostly because I think Sabrina's self-involvement is a deliberate aspect of the writing. That is to say, I think you're supposed to be infuriated by her behaviour at times. She is after all, still a teenager.Sabrina from The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is the Carrie Bradshaw of that show. She's completely self-involved, constantly causes chaos and is oblivious to her role in it.
Buffy was really annoying sometimes. But I didn't hate her. I did hate Angel though.HERESY!!!!!
Samantha from Sex In The City. I think they need to go ahead with the 3rd movie, and just kill her off instead of Mr. Big.
I just read an article about how badass Dr. Finn is and has been one of the best characters on the show, and it occurred to me that that it isn't just because Penny Jerald is a strong actor (she is) but a large part of why she stands out is that her primary interactions are not with Captain Mercer. We get story lines with the main crew members and her family where she has been a well developed character. After her, the strongest stories often involve Bortus and Klyden, both actors who have been able to develop compelling characters despite the heavy prosthetic and the guttural vocal delivery the series uses for Moclans that limits the usual vocal cues and makes the actors work hard to put emotional depth into their delivery. But they manage to make them believable and relatable.Okay, late to this thread but what the hey. I've been watching The Orville lately, and while I cannot claim to love the show, I can definitively say my enjoyment of it would be markedly improved if Ed and Gordon were blown out of an airlock.
Interesting, agree about flaky Blake, but Avon had to be a secondary character for his and Servalan’s affair to seem plausible. Plausible, Ha, what are you saying Khamon? “That I always called it the Jacqueline Pierce show” he said.Drifting further back in time... Blakes 7. Blake, frankly Blake was a git. It should have been Avons 6.
The way that Daredevil kept agonizing over whether he was doing the right thing (by being Daredevil) got to be so tiresome. I loved the show, but that element ended it for me.Likewise for Daredevil. I stopped watching after I noticed that whenever there was a fistfight someone would be getting slammed in the face not once or twice but twenty times. I counted punches in one scene and stopped counting after 20. This seemed to occur at least once every episode towards the end of the first season.