"You can't compete with the long lost Agent Mulder. Regardless of what this new character is like, they're likely to end up with a Hatedom directed at them, just because they're not the old favourite.
But you stumble forward, the flatfooted cop, thinking you can put handcuffs on demons."A popular character is killed off or otherwise written out and replaced with a new character who fills their previous role.
However, if the new character is poorly written, becomes a Spotlight-Stealing Squad, interacts awkwardly with the old characters, derails the show, or - worst of all - becomes a Mary Sue or Creator's Pet, fans will often go to war over their outrage.
Expect the use of flamethrowers where these characters are discussed, especially if the new character gains a dissenting fandom - Broken Bases because of these characters are not unknown phenomena.
Investing in fire-proof armor or a bunker deep underground may help if all-encompassing forum warfare breaks out.
In short, They Changed It, Now It Sucks, but with a main character. May happen to Anti Hero Substitutes that aren't portrayed as a regular villain in hero's costume. (Of course, being a Replacement Scrappy does not preclude also being a regular Scrappy.
I love the titles."Dial K for Kevin""The Personal Assistant Always Rings Twice""When Aaron Met Kevin""The Green Bay Story""An Assistant to Remember""Breakfast at Aaron's""Aaron Entered Me One Night"Rodgers still follows KL on twitter; they follow each other actually. I see his askaaron videos and he comes across as completely disinterested in these kids. I think the closet has really damaged this guy on all kinds of levels emotionally leaving him cold and mean.
It's clear there is animosity on the part of KL with that retweet. I think you're right that he does it for the PR, but I have to say I also think he realizes these kids idolize him and he's genuinely kind to them.
Like most of us, he's the embodiment of a flawed individual.
What's most distressing is that he can't/won't live an open life as a gay man, when that very act would both free himself and change so many other people's lives and perceptions.[quote]Like most of us, he's the embodiment of a flawed individual. We're not intellectualizing a closeted, homophobic millionaire are we?
[quote]What's most distressing is that he can't/I know. He has much better character and is a much better person. There are articles that suggest AR could be on his way to being the greatest football player of all time. I wish a big star would call him out for being a queen so the media catches seat filler comment shows how bitter he is that Lanflisi man'd-up and left him in the dust and probably took the money too.
Living in the United States of Uganda makes it difficult.[quote]when that very act would both free himself and change so many other people's lives and perceptions. If he was openly gay, it would definitely be beneficial to his well-being and the community in general. he seems bitter that his twink would not put up with his cheating schemeing lying closet ways.
R19, he was Defensive Player of the year in the SEC. that seat filler comment was the straw that broke KL's back because shortly after he had to remind AR how he "helped" him.