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12-23-2010, 05:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Ensane View Post
I don't care for the show's season finales. They cram a bunch of arc backstory into one episode and call it a finale. Without being emotionally vested in the storyline, as if it were generated slowly over a season, it's tough to get drawn in and care. The dialogue and interplay between Shawn and the other characters--especially Gus--is the best part of the show. The finales reduce that to a minimum to fit in the other fluff of a traditional finale and as such, it's less fulfilling as the regular silly episodes.
Yeah, I've never been a fan of the Yin Yang storyline, mainly because the only reason it ever pops up is in the season (sometimes midseason) finales. The show doesn't need a continuing storyline like that, it's fine without it. That being said, it was a decent episode still.

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