>>113895246>This cartoon has frequently revolved around realistic emotional problems.
Fucking HOW? There's a level of realism in SU, of course, but the problem is at least it used to understand that once a plot point is done, it doesn't get retrodded. Now things happen just because it's more convenient for the plot.>"haha you use caps"
What, am I not allowed to give a shit about the show? You seem to give so much importance to the fact that I use caps sometimes that you ignore most of my points anyway. Besides, what the fuck do you even mean by "the truth"? You probably mean YOUR truth, right? Because, honestly, I don't give a shit about "winning" or "losing", I want to see a good product. And I'm not getting one, and as such, I'm allowed to be frustrated as a consumer. And so many other people aren't seeing how lacking in quality the product is, so I want to expose my points, but people seem to miss them every 5 seconds. Frustration is bound to happen.>>113895302
Oh, I'm not talking about relatability. Of course stories can be relatable, but not like this. >those bottled up emotions are coming back to bite him in the ass,
That was literally an asspull that requires gallons of headcanon to see as valid and that was only brought up in Future to explain plot conveniences. If it truly was like that, the entire show should've explained this concept.>him missing out on virtually every young human experience,
That was LITERALLY only in Mr. Universe. Beforehand, Steven had never shown any interest in living the normal life of a human child. He never complained about going to school, or doing things like that, and if he ever did, it was extremely minor. Again, if it truly were like this, this idea should've been a major crux of Steven's character beforehand.>being surrounded by people who can't offer help in a constructive way
He's had the gems, Greg, Connie, Lars and Sadie, the townies, LITERALLY EVERYONE for help all this time.