|Thanks for the back up there eddybob, but he of course has the right to his own opinion. I mean each and everyone of you on this site have the right to your opinion. You each must do what you feel is right and what your heart tells you too do.|
Thank you. I appreciate that very much.
|As kittiekat puts it best, we will not all agree here. Cause a lot of you have already made up your mind to just let Kim Possible disappear forever, of course following the typical path that Studios like Disney expect you too do. That's why studios like Disney do what they do, (as well as Viacom with Danny Phantom) cause they know in the end they'll win and 99 percent of the time they do win. Cause fans give up and just accept it and move on, they will reminisce about there beloved show, like so many of you do here reminising about how great Kim Possible was as a show and how much she will be missed. |
And all that's fine. I mean as I said before you each have the right to your own opinion and how you feel about the show. But you also have a choice as well. You don't have to listen or be a follower to what studios tell you. Just because a shows been cancelled it doesn't mean you can't do anything about it. You are not helpless, you are not powerless, and even though Disney is so much greater in resources then you are, it doesn't mean Disney's right and you can't do anything about it.
Just a question: why do you automatically assume we have 'given up' on Kim Possible because 'that's what Disney wants'? I know I don't do 'what Disney wants'. I couldn't care less 'what Disney wants'. I don't even know what they want. Make more money, I guess, that's why they agreed to make a fourth season of KP. But I don't want another season of KP because I believe it ended when it was at its peak -- or even, as I said, a little over its peak already. I'm afraid a fifth season would me more of a disappointment. If there's one thing I hate, it's perfectly good shows dragging on for way to long just because they can squeeze some more money out of it. As long as people are watching, they will continue them. But that doesn't mean quality stays the same. Often those shows end up 'jumping the shark' and then still continuing for some more years. Popularity has little to do with quality. I, and I think all other people who want the series to end now, are concerned the show would be damaged if it would be dragged on.
|Your voice counts, your opinion counts. One voice can be ignored, a hundred voices can still be shoved aside, a thousand voices can be silenced, half million voices around the world crying out for the same thing ("Give us back Kim Possible") must be heard! You'd be surprised to learn just how powerful YOUR VOICE really can become. |
Unfortunately now a days your taught to be follower, to accept what is given, to accept the system as it is, to never challenge what is obviously considered right by a few people who make the decisions for you! This can be said in both government and in the case of Kim Possible. Disney has made the decision foryouandnow your expected to accept it. Cause you really can't do anything about it even if you don't accept it. So accept it, say your goodbyes to Kim Possible and move on and let Disney decide for you what to watch next, probably some live action show which will be a soap opera, but you'll accept it, watch it and eventually learn to love it. Cause that's what you've been told too do and you'll follow the system exactly like they expect you too.
Big Brother exists, you might not want to accept it or agree to it, but it has been around since I was a kid and I'm in my late thirties now and I still see it happening. Except now a days we challenge the system even less and we accept even more.
I don't want to sound disrespectful (and I don't try nor intend to be), but can I ask you why you don't put this kind of passion, this kind of true, accurate observations about real life ("every voice counts", "you're taught being sheep, don't fall for it") and ability to speak so clearly about them to politics? Really, you provide good observations and resolutions, but I'm of the opinion that they don't apply to just a tv-show. Because KP is just that: a tv-show. It's nothing earth-shattering, nothing elementary, nothing vital, nothing we can't live without. But I think your rhetoric matches politics so much better. People shouldn't be taught to be sheep, yet they are-- in politics. People think their voices don't matter, so they don't vote, but their votes DO matter -- in politics. People can be lead to fight the establishment by speakers like you, but why Disney? That's not important.
(I know this IS gravely off-topic and if you don't want to answer, of course you don't have to, but I felt the need to tell this to you. We need to tell people all the things you summed up. Just not about Disney imo, but about politics.)
|I'm not here to debate how great "Boy meets World" was, in my opinion season seven was great, not excellent, but great. I liked the closure, yes it was kind of campy, yes it was a soap opera in some sense. BUT IT WAS A REAL LIFE SOAP OPERA. And how many of you out there can't relate to a REAL LIFE SOAP OPERA? I mean isn't your life somewhat of a real soap opera? Isn't also those reality shows out there somewhat of a real life soap opera?|
No, it's nothing like that. I think nobody's life is like a soap opera. Soap operas are super-imposed images of reality. They're blown up, out of proportion, overly dramatized and completely unbelievable with exaggerations and storylines that would never happen in real life.
|Yet you watch it. Ratings have never been higher then reality soap operas like Survivor, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Temptation Island, you name it. The more the soap opera it becomes the more the viewership rises. So a little soap opera added to Kim Possible might not be all such a bad thing.|
I don't watch them. And that's what I mean when I say popularity has little to do with quality.
|In the end it all depends on how good the writers would be at juggling around a Season Five of Kim Possible with Kim and Ron being in college together.|
But the creators have moved on to other projects. They're not coming back. They have other work now.