girl i dont think there is a point in being bitter about alison being killed when crystal wanted to leave....
actually there is a point to being bitter about it, thanks. for, like, a lot of reasons??? here, let me count them for you
- it’s my blog!!! this is my space!! where i can feel what i want for whatever reasons i want and you don’t have the right to come in here and “girl” me about that like at ALL
- ok so crystal wanted to leave, that’s cool, i respect that, she’s 29 years old playing a 17 year old I GET THAT. but answer me this: KNOWING that allison was leaving, did jeff davis have to sideline her all damn season? did he have to make 90% of her scenes be with isaac? instead of telling us how much lydia and allison loved each other, couldn’t he, uh, you know, have done what visual media writers are supposed to do and shown us? maybe by giving lydia and allison more than like three scenes together this season?
- follow-up question(s): why did he have to kill his beautiful warrior princess in the penultimate battle??? was she not good enough to kill in the final battle? did she not deserve seeing this last thing through to the end? DOES JEFF DAVIS THINK THAT THERE’S SOMETHING MORE IMPORTANT TO CLOSE THE SEASON WITH THAN THE DEATH OF HIS STRONGEST FEMALE CHARACTER?
- you want me to believe that scott, with his first love dying in his arms, wouldn’t have thought to offer her the bite? or wouldn’t have wondered HEY MAYBE I CAN DO THIS THING? we know for a fact he was considering using it for stiles earlier this season, and yeah you can speculate “allison wouldn’t have wanted it!!!” all you want but to try and tell me SCOTT WOULDN’T EVEN TRY TO OFFER IT??? scott mccall has NEVER accepted any other death as being “certain.” he’s never given up on anyone, ever, but i’m supposed to believe the person he decides to let slip away is allison??? ALLISON????? ALLISONNNNNNNNN??? don’t even talk to me about this i’m never NOT gonna be mad about HOW STUPID THE WRITING OF IT IS
- there are literally a thousand ways to write a character off a show. jeff davis made the decision to kill allison (yet!!! another!!! female character!!! even though so many white dudes keep being allowed to live?????) because, in christian taylor’s words from wolf watch they “have to keep the show exciting and dangerous.” and you know what? that’s exactly what this death felt like to me. it felt like jeff davis ignoring the fact that he sent jackson to fucking london when colton wanted to leave, but he brutally murdered erica and allison when gage and crystal wanted to move on to other things. why?????? why??????? WHY??????
i’m still fucking bitter.
i’m gonna be bitter about it for a long ass time, too. whether you think there’s a point to it or not.
6. The Argent family
Like what does it say when this is the matriarchal family? That women who take leadership roles are gonna die, unlike the men who get to live forever even after they should really, really be super dead, especially when they’re supposed to be the soldiers.