1 thought on “It’s Okay If Not All of Your Audience Understands What You’re Doing

  1. I’m guessing that more than a few examples of this may come down less to the writers not trusting the audience’s intelligence, and more to the studio and/or network being the ones not doing the trusting. (Or just not getting it themselves.) (It may be giving people too much credit, but some of the worst examples may be writers fighting back by making the exposition as awkward as possible, to highlight just how unneeded it is. Or it could really just be bad writing; unfortunately, they look a lot alike…)

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