Anonymous said: Why are you so mad about Dean and Roman not saving each other?
BECAUSE IT’S OUT OF CHARACTER. It’s so infuriatingly out of character. Roman and Dean immediately after Seth’s betrayal is the Roman and Dean I’d most expect after The Shield’s history of having a pack of wolves mentality. When a pack loses a member, the wolves tend to stick even closer together afterward. Roman and Dean relying on each other, leaning on each other, being more ‘touchy feely’ with the other — that ties in so well with not only that pack mentality, but everything The Shield stood for: brotherhood and loyalty.
Like wolves, The Shield are (were, if we’re being technical) fiercely, overwhelmingly protective of each other. It’s something we’ve seen more than once. That need to protect, to defend, to look out for, spilled over into Post-Betrayal Shield, as it should. Roman racing to the ring on that episode of Smackdown and rescuing Dean when Seth and Randy attacked him is the most in-character thing that’s happened with him since the betrayal. Because Roman and Dean both know they’re a man short—a fact they’ve both acknowledged—they should be more intent on assisting each other, should be ready at all times to scurry to the other’s aid.
The current angle is all wrong and more or less wipes out the foundation of these characters, both as individuals and as a group. I’m not just mad about it, I’m honest to God perplexed. Why? Let me put it this way. You spend years writing a story, building the characters in it. One day, out of the blue, you open the document, click ‘select all’, press delete. That’s literally what Creative has done.
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