Quote SlowDownSpunky: I don't think the problem is too many characters. I think it is repetition of scenes/storylines that allow a small number of characters to eat up valuable time. Couldn't the writers get all the exposition needed between, say, Avery and Nick in three or four scenes rather than seven to eight scenes stretched out over the entire hour? Doing that keeps a lot of characters on the sidelines.
It was good to see Mason again. Obviously the writers have been having difficulty trying to find a purpose for him.
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