>>99452363>The difference is, Jarco was well-written, well-paced, and made sense in-universe to play out the way it did.
There's nothing really wrong with how Tomstar has been written up to now, aside from not getting enough focus which is a problem for every plotline in Season 3 that took more than 3 episodes to resolve. It's not hard to see why Star and Tom entered the relationship, how they felt and acted during their "honeymoon" phase doing couple things, and how they're acting now that the relationship has clear problems, which are the three key points that needed to be made. If it's fairly cleanly wrapped up by the end of this season I'll be reasonably satisfied.
"Tom and Star had no reason to get back together" is an idiotic take, I could make and entire post about this but just for starters she was already willing to give him another chance all the way back in Blood Moon Ball and has seen him make actual progress with his issues since then.>it obviously wasn't part of the original plan for the show at all. When they were doing Jarco in S2, the crew thought there would only BE 3 seasons. So the original plan for S3 almost certainly
source: your ass
Of course the show had been written so that it could have ended in Season 2 or even Season 1, but it didn't and contingencies for continuing past that point were obviously written into what was already guaranteed. Speculating that "thing you don't like" wouldn't have happened if the show ended earlier is pointless and changes nothing about how the show has actually been written or the people who chose to write the show that way and would have been the ones writing your imaginary preferred ending.