Sometimes, I can understand how a whole lot of you really felt about the fifth and final season of Samurai Jack (especially in regards to Ashi and other things about it) myself.
Yes, Jack and Ashi both deserves way better than what they really deserved by the end of Season 5 come airtime.
Yes, Ashi's death and other things about Season 5 did turned off a lot of you.
And yes, the growing level of emotional abuse(?) from some of you that was directed towards the Jewish Russian American visionary animation director who gave us both Samurai Jack and Dexter's Laboratory, as well as towards any of Genndy's own collaborators, suggests otherwise.
But while I can sympathize with the rage and frustration of some of you who are fans of anything that Genndy ever created or worked on, and even share some of said rage or some of said frustration...
And while the undoing of Genndy's Popeye project (and another project of his called Can You Imagine?) at the hands of the already troubled Sony Pictures Animation studio, as well as the killing off of Ashi at the very end of Samurai Jack, and that's not to mention, not only Jack and Ashi's kiss at the very end of Season 5 Episode 8 (while Dean Martin's song Everybody Loves Somebody plays on the soundtrack), but also the way Season 5 and its very outcome feels too rushed, rather than having Genndy and his collaborators do a Samurai Jack finale or feature film or final season or anything else worthy of the expectations of Samurai Jack/Genndy Tartakovsky fans, have all but angered and upset so many of you...
Isn't it time for you to let go of your upset anger over Samurai Jack Season 5 and things like Ashi's death, and let bygones just simply be "bygones", and remember and appreciate the things and characters that Genndy created or worked on (even if that includes Samurai Jack himself and Ashi and Aku or Dexter's Laboratory's Dexter and Dee Dee and Mandark)?
Long story short, but that is just my two cents.