I don't think "predictable" is the right word either.
Originally Posted by HatersGonnaHate
After all you can't argue that something was predictable if events were spoiled beforehand.
It's kind of like cheating your gullible/naive friend of money when betting on a fight that already took place, and you "know" the outcome.
Predictability really can only be applied if one were to make a random prediction, that turned out correct. Or in the beginning of the episode you figure out what's going to happen (like in horror mystery movies you figure out who did it and why before that information is revealed).
"Spoiled" is probably the right word. And I kind of have to agree that in some cases being "spoiled" can ruin someone's interest in an episode from anything. It's nice to be spoiled about the Pokemon Team Changes so you have something to look forward.
Reading a heavily spoiler review about the next Pokemon movie on the other hand, can make one ask "what's the point of watching this, if I already know what happens?" But when you want to watch something for the first time, you probably want to be as free from spoilers as possible.
Misinterpreting my posts is not your fault, negative repping me, and getting very sensitive about my posts because you misinterpreted my posts however is your fault. Think really hard, before negative repping or making a big deal about my posts. I don't appreciate being negative repped for reasons that are a result of misinterpreting my posts.