Fans that watch as fans. Not smarky ass critics. That will help tna more than anything. Suspend belief for 2 hours a week. And enjoy something for once in your miserable lives.
Yes. You should have standards. But if people tried watching as a fan, dare I say as a mark(oh no! The m word) in stead of as a Hollywood( see what I did there) critic. We would see more support and less bitching.Is he? I mean couldnt you argue the same thing about any product? Like RAW or Smackdown or hell, even NXT. I mean sure, you shouldnt analyze the hell out of everything, but shouldnt the average viewer have, you know, standards?
What if you dislike TNA, even as a Mark? I mean i know a couple of people who I've shown to TNA to and couldnt stand it, meanwhile they're regular WWE viewers.Yes. You should have standards. But if people tried watching as a fan, dare I say as a mark(oh no! The m word) in stead of as a Hollywood( see what I did there) critic. We would see more support and less bitching.
In fairness, a discussion on the potential directions that TNA's storylines or individual characters could take is about as fruitless as earthquake prediction.Man. These Meta threads about the state of the fans of TNA and viewer have really dominated the boards recently.
No TNA is not aimed at children but it goes so far in the opposite direction to prove this point it detracts from the effectTNA isn't targeted at kids and the older wrestling viewers are much more aware of the "business",not to mention more critical.Also,suspending belief doesn't make the flaws go away.