Unless you’re written in the plot to die…like Jazz did.
Or if you’re liked by Willis, like Hot Shot…
Or if you’re Springer or Blades.
Seems to be a bit ironic meta-plot commentary? That the Sp! gang can’t just get rescued & dodge from the consequences of they own mistakes…
HAHAHA! That made me laugh out loud hard. As much as I’ve liked the new Transformers Prime cartoon, the deus ex machina is ridiculous. Yes, it’s in everything pretty much, but you can precisely predict it in Transformers Prime.
As a follow up, I want to say that that is why I like a lot of UK TV shows. Because their actors are so very concerned about being typecast, they can get written out mid-season without the batting of an eye. You sit there and say, “No way.” “The can’t kill him. He’s like THE MAIN CHARACTER.” And then they kill off the main character. Of course, because you liked the main character and didn’t want to see him die, you are now pissed and don’t want to watch anymore, but at least it’s not predictable
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