>>93391197>Contradiction. You don't "crush" on anyone for years. He still had a relationship with her to some extent: having her number, greeting her when she comes to school, etc.
It's not a relationship when they've LITERALLY NEVER SPOKEN TO EACH OTHER during all that time. Seriously, Marco said in episode 2a (Match Maker) that it was the first time Jackie ever spoke to him, and 9a (Freeze Day) was the first time Marco ever spoke to Jackie. 12a (Interdimensional Field Trip) was the first time they ever had a conversation. The idea that they had any sort of long-term relationship prior to dating is false. They've KNOWN each other for a few months, prior to that they were merely aware of each other's existence.>Where's the relevancy in this, and how would you be able to determine this?
The relevance is you can't "love" somebody you don't know. If you don't know them, at best you "love" the IDEA of them.>When? And no it's not 'he never did',' it's he has yet to.
When? In Sleepover. That promise on Marco's part was the very thing that attracted Jackie to him in the first place. But their subsequent interactions make it clear that he never followed through.>How would you even be able to know that?
Starcrushed in particular highlights how Jackie is making all of the effort in their relationship, and Marco is making none.>When? Evidently not in the examples in the post you replied to.
It's apparent in all of the episodes where they're a couple. In Bon Bon and Just Friends, Marco only goes back to Jackie because Star insisted that he should. In Raid the Cave, he blows Jackie off and hangs up on her in order to pay attention to Star. In Starcrushed he REPEATEDLY ditches Jackie to go to Star without so much as a "be right back". If you don't see that Marco puts Star first, you straight up haven't been watching this show.
Plus the entire premise of season 3 shows it again. Marco literally follows Star to another planet, and leaves Jackie behind.