swag level 1000
i dunno. i come from a place where i’ve waited my nearly my whole life for closure on a tv show that got dropped out of nowhere in the middle of a character arc that promised to revive the series (doctor who) and left never knowing what happened to these characters (even though the series came back) so at the end of the day i’m just thankful that they’re giving us the opportunity to tie up the ends on a project they so clearly wanted to straight up shut the door on. i’m happier knowing that they’re at least giving us that than just throwing it out the window and leaving us to never know where these characters went. it’s a waste of potential, obviously - this was the highest rated show in the network’s history - but they got distracted with newer, shinier projects and let it down incredibly badly. it’s a shame, but that’s the media for you. they aren’t just leaving one of their greatest assets out to rust in the rain forever more, i’m glad it’s getting that dignity. at least we’re getting a goodbye, so many shows don’t get that much. i’m upset, and i feel let down - there was much more these characters could have explored - but i’m also thankful. i got to meet these characters and i’m glad i did.
let’s take a moment to appreciate Yamilet Pena:
1) she is so happy and proud
2) she strikes a sassy pose
3) back to being all smiles
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