EOIN NO WHY WHY WOULD YOU DO SUCH A THING NO PLEASE SAY IT ISN’T SO.
If that’s the case, surely they could at least have wrapped up his arc in a more believable way? Other minor characters like Ella and Hansel/Gretel at least had some closure. Even killing him off would have been a preferable end. It’s the way they’re going about it that bothers me, more than the fact that they’re getting rid of him.
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- i-thought-you-and-i said: Just to let you know, Eion got a part on another show. That is why he can’t be around much. Getting him for episode 18 was hard enough but he wanted to play August one last time.
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- faithfire said: Eion Bailey is in the cast of a new medical drama airing on TNT, which is probably why he bowed out.
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- admiralwithoutships said: That I totally agree with. Killing him seems a better option. I know he’s really important to the “fabric of the story” but this reverting thing is pretty much the same as killing him, IMO.
- onceevilregal said: I know that we all expect certain things from the story, and I get being pissed at the main characters’ story lines, but this show involves real people and the writers are doing the best they can with what is probably a huge inconvenience for them.
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