Originally Posted by WilliamR
How is it very annoying? What have they done from one to the other that annoyed you so much that you are this mad about it? Nothing done in another episode ruined another episode. We don't even know they are airing them out of order, all we have is the title of the episode which seems to lean towards they are. I don't recall anything that made other episodes important. Even the reveal of the creator of the androids was better, in my opinion, where it was because we wondered about it for awhile and then it was revealed, the build up was nice.
Are you honestly curious, or do you just want to argue for the sake of arguing? You've been doing the same in The Walking Dead thread, which is why I ask. Regardless, please remember that we are all allowed to have our own opinions.
If you look back to some of my previous posts, you'll find the answer to your question. It has been very apparent that they have been airing out of order, what with John all of the sudden accepting Dorian and bonding with him in one episode, and then back to be annoyed that he has to partner with him, even hating him. That's just one circumstance in which it is very obvious the plot is being aired out of order, with another being the re-occurring story line of John's mysterious girlfriend, which was put on the back burner since the pilot until recently. A third example is the interaction between John and Valerie. Everything is jumbled, and it's obvious. I find that annoying and feel it detracts from the show. Again, re-read some of my and other people's posts and you'll easily find the answer to your question.
When you're used to shows like Breaking Bad, Dexter, House of Cards, The Walking Dead, The Wire, Fringe and The Shield...well, you just have higher expectations (that's not to say those shows didn't have flaws, but what show doesn't?). Fox jumbling the story line is not good for the viewers/show IMO.
Please take notice I never said that it has "ruined the show."Edited by Nuance - 2/14/14 at 5:01pm