My name is Christopher Andrew, but I mostly go by Chris. I'm a transguy. I'm a fan of pretty people, good television, and intelligence. I reblog stuff.
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what if you woke up christmas morning and your favorite character or celebrity was just casually sitting by the christmas tree with a bow on their head and was just like “oh good you’re finally awake”
*Rapidly tries to make hair look decent*
but then they were all “no your hair looks fine” and they laughed
and then after a long somewhat awkward amount of silence they were just like
"i like your pajamas"
i would cry
Scott McCall is the Teen Wolf. But he is not the main character. Shows don’t work like that. He is not Harry Potter. The show is not from his point of view. Teen Wolf had 6, now has 5 main characters (unless you count Isaac as well). Scott was the main character in season 1 - or at least the story revolved around him becoming a werewolf.. but we are in season 3 now, Scott is an Alpha and the werewolf storyline is a bit exhausted.
They are all main characters. In TV shows who don’t have a narrator like JD on Scrubs or Ally McBeal in Ally McBeal, you can’t just say there is ONE main character and he needs to have the highest percentage of plot involvement. Teen Wolf is not the best at making good storylines that are detailed and well developed, so why are you still confused if overall the storyline of all characters are a little fucked up?
In season 1 Scott was the most important. In season 2 we got a bit more of Jackson and Allison (and Scott and the others were still important). In season 3, Lydia was more important and now Stiles is getting more of a storyline (and Scott is still important and essential to the plot!). Why are you all getting your panties in a knot?
The show is called “Teen Wolf”, not “Scott McCall”. Don’t get me wrong, I love Scott and I think he is one of the most important characters on this show. But for me there isn’t that much difference between Scott, Stiles, Allison or even Derek. They are all the main characters and the story revolves around all of them, not just one.
^ THIS ^
thin privilege is fitting into a “one size fits all”