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Old 01-23-2014, 07:28 AM   #1
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Default I don't blame Jonathan Taylor Thomas for leaving

As great a show as this is, I can't blame JTT for leaving. The kids really didn't have that much scenes/dialogue in the later years. JTT in particular should have had a lot since he was a huge teen idol at the time. But it seemed the writers just didn't know what to do with the kids once they got older. They kept changing Mark.
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I get why Mark wore all of the black clothes in season 7 since he was always getting picked on by Brad and Randy, but I was glad that he was back to normal in the final season.

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As great a show as this is, I can't blame JTT for leaving. The kids really didn't have that much scenes/dialogue in the later years. JTT in particular should have had a lot since he was a huge teen idol at the time. But it seemed the writers just didn't know what to do with the kids once they got older. They kept changing Mark.

The show just jumped the shark, when Randy and Brad became young adults. They were a main reason for the show`s strong humour with their snide, ironic comments and childish pranks. As they got older there characters became too serious, which was probably a realistic developement but it took away so much of the fun. So JTT leaving didn`t change that much.
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the pot episode was cool until cokehead tim allen turned into a strict parent
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Very true the early episodes when the kids were very young were the best.
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Not a fan of the later episodes. The show went downhill when the boys became grown teenagers. Brad became a meathead jock, Randy a tree hugging liberal hippie, and Mark a Goth outcast. Bleh!

The writers had no idea how to write for teenagers.
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