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-->-- PPC Wiki excerpt, "Mary Sue"

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-->-- PPC [[WebOriginal/ProtectorsOfThePlotContinuum PPC]] Wiki excerpt, "Mary Sue"


-> (...) Jaune isn't even the main character, he's stealing the main character spot from [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} the titular Team RWBY]], and by doing so usually ends up turning the girls into his glorified cheerleaders while he effortlessly saves the day with his BS overpowered superpowers,

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-> (...) Jaune isn't even the main character, he's stealing the main character spot from [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} the titular Team RWBY]], WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}, and by doing so usually ends up turning the girls into his glorified cheerleaders while he effortlessly saves the day with his BS overpowered superpowers,


-> (...) Jaune isn't even the main character, he's stealing the main character spot from the titular Team RWBY, and by doing so usually ends up turning the girls into his glorified cheerleaders while he effortlessly saves the day with his BS overpowered superpowers,

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-> (...) Jaune isn't even the main character, he's stealing the main character spot from [[WebAnimation/{{RWBY}} the titular Team RWBY, RWBY]], and by doing so usually ends up turning the girls into his glorified cheerleaders while he effortlessly saves the day with his BS overpowered superpowers,


-->-- PPC Wiki excerpt, "Mary Sue"

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-->-- PPC Wiki excerpt, "Mary Sue"Sue"

-> (...) Jaune isn't even the main character, he's stealing the main character spot from the titular Team RWBY, and by doing so usually ends up turning the girls into his glorified cheerleaders while he effortlessly saves the day with his BS overpowered superpowers,
-->-- [[https://www.reddit.com/r/RWBY/comments/903emm/can_someone_please_tell_me_why_coeur_alaran_and/ Reddit post]] about [[https://www.fanfiction.net/u/6272865/Coeur-Al-Aran Coeur Al'Aran's]] works.

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->[T]he canon is like the original author's home. They worked hard to build it and to get everything just how they like it. Other people admired it, and so, being generous, the authors invited the others over to enjoy it with them. Now, when you visit someone else's home, isn't it polite to leave everything as it is and to follow the house rules? Of course it is. Anyone would say so. But not Mary Sue. She doesn't take her shoes off when she comes in and tracks glitter mud all over the carpet. She doesn't like the fact that the table is in the dining room, so she drags it into the attic. She doesn't like the color of the bedspread, so she tie-dyes it. She doesn't think the basil should be next to the thyme, so she pulls up the garden. All the while claiming to love the house and everything in it (except that nasty basil, who obviously isn't nearly good enough for the thyme).
-->-- PPC Wiki excerpt, "Mary Sue"


->Lex and Lana are now apparently somehow in a relationship. [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight Where this came from, I don't know...]] Lex is recovering with Lana at his side. She tells him he was brave to survive, or something to that line. He replies: 'I have too much to live for!'\\\
So now not only is Lex despondent and ready to [[MoralityChain become an evil man without Lana,]] per the Christmas episode, now she's his [[SatelliteCharacter reason for living at all]]... Someone suggested to me that they're purposefully making Lana into a villain, someone to be hated. No. They're really not. The creators of this show just honestly think that she's not being inconsistent. I kid you not. When they make a character more villainous, they comment about it in interviews. There are subtle hints, like [[PaintItBlack black clothing]] and [[KickTheDog overtly evil acts]]... They really think Lana is uncontradictory, pure, and worthy of being loved by EVERYONE. Clark has had, what, two girlfriends? Lana has had, what, six, seven boys? And all of the others just fascinated with how wonderful she is. Even a girl started killing to be in [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer a lesbian alluding relationship]] with her.\\\
[[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful As a social commentary]], it's an embarrassing state of affairs. As a TV show premise, it's *%$@ing insane. And in this episode, it only gets worse.

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->Lex and Lana are now apparently somehow in a relationship. [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight Where this came from, I don't know...]] Lex is recovering with Lana at his side. She tells him he was brave to survive, or something to that line. He replies: 'I have too much to live for!'\\\
So now not only is Lex despondent and ready to [[MoralityChain become an evil man without Lana,]] per the Christmas episode, now she's his [[SatelliteCharacter reason for living at all]]... Someone suggested to me that they're purposefully making Lana into a villain, someone to be hated. No. They're really not. The creators of this show just honestly think that she's not being inconsistent. I kid you not. When they make a character more villainous, they comment about it in interviews. There are subtle hints, like [[PaintItBlack black clothing]] and [[KickTheDog overtly evil acts]]... They really think Lana is uncontradictory, pure, and worthy of being loved by EVERYONE. Clark has had, what, two girlfriends? Lana has had, what, six, seven boys? And all of the others just fascinated with how wonderful she is. Even a girl started killing to be in [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer a lesbian alluding relationship]] with her.\\\
[[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful As a social commentary]], it's an embarrassing state of affairs. As a TV show premise, it's *%$@ing insane. And in this episode, it only gets worse.
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[[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful As a social commentary]], it's an embarrassing state of affairs. As a TV show premise, it's *%$@ing insane. And in this episode, it only gets worse."''

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[[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful As a social commentary]], it's an embarrassing state of affairs. As a TV show premise, it's *%$@ing insane. And in this episode, it only gets worse."''


So now not only is Lex despondent and ready to [[MoralityChain become an evil man without Lana,]] per the Christmas episode, now she's his [[SatelliteCharacter reason for living at all]]... Someone suggested to me that they're purposefully making Lana into a villain, someone to be hated. No. They're really not. The creators of this show just honestly think that she's not being inconsistent. I kid you not. When they make a character more villainous, they comment about it in interviews. There are subtle hints, like [[PaintItBlack black clothing]] and [[KickTheDog overtly evil acts]]... They really think Lana is uncontradictory, pure, and [[PuritySue worthy of being loved by EVERYONE.]] Clark has had, what, two girlfriends? Lana has had, what, six, seven boys? And all of the others just fascinated with how wonderful she is. Even a girl started killing to be in [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer a lesbian alluding relationship]] with her.\\\

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So now not only is Lex despondent and ready to [[MoralityChain become an evil man without Lana,]] per the Christmas episode, now she's his [[SatelliteCharacter reason for living at all]]... Someone suggested to me that they're purposefully making Lana into a villain, someone to be hated. No. They're really not. The creators of this show just honestly think that she's not being inconsistent. I kid you not. When they make a character more villainous, they comment about it in interviews. There are subtle hints, like [[PaintItBlack black clothing]] and [[KickTheDog overtly evil acts]]... They really think Lana is uncontradictory, pure, and [[PuritySue worthy of being loved by EVERYONE.]] EVERYONE. Clark has had, what, two girlfriends? Lana has had, what, six, seven boys? And all of the others just fascinated with how wonderful she is. Even a girl started killing to be in [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer a lesbian alluding relationship]] with her.\\\

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->First Zod falls in love with Lana, now Bizarro? Is Brainiac next? Hey, I have an awesome idea, Al ''(Gough)'' and Miles ''(Millar)''. Let's introduce Doomsday, but instead of being evil, he falls in love with Lana! I'm a fucking genius! I just wrote Season 8!
-->-- '''''Website/TelevisionWithoutPity''''' on ''Series/{{Smallville}}'', "Persona"

->Lex and Lana are now apparently somehow in a relationship. [[ShipsThatPassInTheNight Where this came from, I don't know...]] Lex is recovering with Lana at his side. She tells him he was brave to survive, or something to that line. He replies: 'I have too much to live for!'\\\
So now not only is Lex despondent and ready to [[MoralityChain become an evil man without Lana,]] per the Christmas episode, now she's his [[SatelliteCharacter reason for living at all]]... Someone suggested to me that they're purposefully making Lana into a villain, someone to be hated. No. They're really not. The creators of this show just honestly think that she's not being inconsistent. I kid you not. When they make a character more villainous, they comment about it in interviews. There are subtle hints, like [[PaintItBlack black clothing]] and [[KickTheDog overtly evil acts]]... They really think Lana is uncontradictory, pure, and [[PuritySue worthy of being loved by EVERYONE.]] Clark has had, what, two girlfriends? Lana has had, what, six, seven boys? And all of the others just fascinated with how wonderful she is. Even a girl started killing to be in [[EvenTheGirlsWantHer a lesbian alluding relationship]] with her.\\\
[[ScrewTheRulesImBeautiful As a social commentary]], it's an embarrassing state of affairs. As a TV show premise, it's *%$@ing insane. And in this episode, it only gets worse."''
-->--'''Neal Bailey''' [[http://www.supermanhomepage.com/tv/tv.php?topic=reviews/smallville5-ep20 on]] ''{{Series/Smallville}}'' ("Fade")

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