>>104291921>Your opening statement is to literally acknowledge the point you are trying to argue against as correct.
I'm not saying Mable isn't acting like a bad person, I'm saying the show is acknowledging it. Maybe not as directly as you'd like, the moral is to not do what Mable is doing.>You mean as events in a story, the way one typically enjoys media if they aren’t a schizophrenic or even worse, an English Major? I don’t care about the possible intent, I’m talking about what it is there, which is the only thing that matters.
One typically doesn't enjoy media by taking a cartoon apocalypse so seriously. >Just like she did the last time?
The lesson was different. In sock opera she realized she was being selfish, in weirdmageddon she had to accept that time goes on and things change, yadda yadda coming of age. Her fault in that episode was denial, with an implicit selfishness if you think about it beyond cartoon levels.