>>105248873>By that logic it's impossible for bad media to be produced because its creator would always know it's shit. Sometimes people are just bad at what they do, it's not a complicated concept.
They aren't stupid, for example, we all know that The Fairly oddparents had an horrible last season, but the author explains to us "Chloe wasn't my idea, in fact she was a request just like Poof and Sparky, and who made the request... that's right... BATMAN! [The Network]" It was really interesting to discover it because usually we blame the authors of every single bad thing in the production but they have their own circunstances. (He even was forced by the low budget to work with a little part of the cast)>Then explain season 5 which was already starting to do a ton of the things you listed?
And you are wrong about that too. It wasn't the same thing that season 6 and 7 (this one was particularly bad), season 5 wasn't perfect and many of us dislike the episodes Red Throne and Fire and Ice but in general the elements, voice acting, adventures, animation and other stuffs were really good and it's obvious that they had a higher budget at that moment.>artsy
What a funny way to say "Empty". The budget can limit how much a character can interact with the elements around it and how much he can move around since an anxious character makes more movements and animate it requires a highter budget, the same can be applied to the voice acting because you can't pay for many expressions for the characters. Gay pandering is used when you want to make a cheap episode but you want to keep a certain level of audience, this tactic was used to an extreme with Marceline and PB literally being unable to work as separated characters.
You are right about the crew being partially responsable of the change of direction in the production and that's normal because the original crew was replaced, and some of them had their own agenda just like Xayaphone really hates FP, that's an example.