>>78879954>Perhaps the team picked up on that after setting out that first episode, it's hard to say as cartoon production cycles seem rather complex.
Like I said, she made this way with the express foreknowledge that she wouldn't be used for a long time after her first appearance.
If anything, and keeping the above in mind, the mixed to negative reactions towards her was the point.
What I mean is, the general audience reaction was very likely the expected and intended one by the writers (even if I personally didn't auto hate her; I actually found her funny, and her doing the right thing in the end coupled with her lack of appearances afterwords helped that).Somewhat conspiratorial, but any chance that was leaked on purpose?
I'd hope for more gender-equal focus, like they've largely been doing, but I'd take whatever.
I never really saw Marco getting shortchanged, outside of being part of the running gag/slapstick (which Star wasn't immune to). I'm glad things worked for you, as it would have been a shame to miss a show like this.> I wish I had them on hand but I didn't save them.
:( Oh well. Don't suppose you can recall in summaries for them, if they existed?
"Can't catch a break" days do sometimes happen.>it strikes me as odd how little interaction there is with the class, considering Star's a damn magical princess.
It certainly made any interaction we did get seem like striking gold, though, But yes, more of that would be nice.>Ah yes, Justin I think his name is
Yeah, I think it was Justin. He's on the football team, too, now that you mention it.
And no, wasn't/hasn't been portrayed as a Jerk Jock, rather a Lovable Jock instead, from what we can see of his personality. And about just as spacey as everyone else on the cast has been at one time or another. He's a character I would like to see get more focus one of the days.