>>88629205> anonymous poster therefore must not believe in the existence of different tastes
I assumed that because you started with "It's a bad show", it really looks like you're trying to claim you're being objective.>[the clichés part]
Who knows? As I've said, I notice in this show less clichés than I usually do in cartoons. That alone obviously doesn't exclude their presence, but even if there are some they don't really trouble me.
Let's take the aforementioned highschool ambientation as example.
Ignoring the fact that school isn't such a recurrent theme, let's analize a typical cliché: the rich popular bitch.
Here Star is NOT the girl that gets all kinds of abuses by her, until by the end of the episode she takes her little revenge/learns not to let mean people get under her skin.
She just keeps being kind and upbeat with anyone, earning everyone's affection. And despite how much "the bitch" hates her, Star doesn't even realize it in her naiveté and keep doing what she wants without any problem. And still, this kind of interaction happens like one time in the whole series instead of the "once every two episodes" to wich some cartoons are accustomed.
There are also other situations with familiar structures that nevertheless are played out in a different way than usual.
Also, I don't think a show should be considered good or not because of clichés: by this reasoning if someone used a lot of fresh, brilliant ideas in a shitty work, now those are ruined forever, since you can't reuse them in a better way.
So I think execution is the most important thing, and I like the execution here, even if you don't; similarly you say the show has shitty humor, but I like it, etc.
To conclude: it's of course ok for you not to like this show, I just think some of your judgements are actually subjective, since some of the aspects you consider bad are instead liked by me, thus making the matter by definition not objective.
Also I don't get the "safe sex appeal" part.