>>97026469>Starco has been hyped and teased so much it's bound to be the final payoff of the show
The "final payoff" for the show will be the culmination of the remaining plotlines in 4b, and if you think any of us can predict what those are going to be you're fucking crazy.
Starco turning romantic isn't the long-awaited resolution of a conflict, it's just the next stage in the development of Star and Marco's relationship which has been the focus of the show from the beginning. There's no way they won't take the chance explore them romantically well before the show is over, Star realizing her feelings as early as mid-Season 2 and Marco discovering his own just a few episodes into Season 3 should be more than enough to tell you that plotline is moving along quickly.>>97026574>Which involves political marriages. If you look at the candidates at the Silver Bell Ball it's obvious that BY FAR Tom is the best option for her.
Star didn't get back with Tom because it would be politically expedient, what the fuck?
They had a literally magical moment dancing together again and she decided to give him another chance, not just to help her get over Marco but also because she remembered the good times she had with Tom, why they dated in the first place. She was already willing to give him another chance in Blood Moon Ball, he's only improved himself further since then.>Eclipsa's been pulling strings we didn't even knew existed>Eclipsa is setting up Marco to suffer similarly
What the fuck am I reading, Eclipsa has absolutely nothing to do with Marco's feelings.
For one thing they were already there when he went back to Earth. Jackie knew it even if Marco didn't, calling her his "best friend" showed his hand.
The most Eclipsa's gotten involved in Star's personal life was telling Star that Marco would fucking die as Lavabo's squire.