"I mean, I know that someone was making your life a living hell, and I definitely had information during that time that would have answered a lot of things for you, but like, you get why I didn’t tell you right? I didn’t want to cross any journalistic lines. Lines of good taste, normal age difference, pretentious philosophy, spying on teen girls, those are all crossable. But journalistic ethics, that one I take seriously."
[Perfect tags:] #Ok real talk #I fucking hate the Fitz retcon #They had finally made Ezra interesting by turning him full bad-guy #And it retroactively helped explain so much of his creepiness #But no they couldnt commit to it #So now he’s just ten times sketchier than he ever was before without any of the newfounce confidence and swagger he had #Just back to sad mopey pretentious Ezra who is a massive sketchball #And he is #He is a massive sketchball #And recent story turns have only made his behavior exponentially sketchier #But at least when he was evil the sketch made sense #Now its just sketch #And the show expects us to ever be invested in him as a character or romantic interest ever again #Like Ezra wasn’t redeemable for me even before all this #But he’s a hundred times less redeemable now #I just don’t get the retcon #It was working so well #You should have just committed to making him heel
Sometimes I feel I’ve already told every story I’ve ever heard, Or even once heard about. God knows, even those are short enough, And not, in their narratives, deliciously slow and drawn out. I think, I guess, that immanence isn’t a story, And can’t be. In truth, it isn’t linguistic at all,