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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Is Crystal a lost cause?
Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 at 11:40:59 am EST (Viewed 88 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Is Crystal a lost cause?
Posted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 at 09:35:06 am EST (Viewed 121 times)

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    You all like Lyja? Not that Skrull redemption isn't cool....but no one would like to see Johnny reunite with Crystal? Or is that just so over? \:\) I mean, she has been through alot of marriages I think at this point and has a kid. AND, ever since Johnny slept with Medusa.....I suppose that might be a problem, depending on how Inhumans approach these things.


The final nail in that coffin was Johnny sleeping with Medusa IMO.

When Johnny married Alicia/Lyja there was still hope that one day they would get back together. Even when Crystal married Pietro there was still hope. But when Johnny slept with her sister that in my mind closed any potential of them ever working as a couple again.

I'm not negating anything Crystal did to Johnny or saying Johnny is worse than she is or even that what he did was some sort of slight. But the thought of him going back and forth between 2 sisters is just disgusting and they should never be together again IMO. Crystal and Johnny can just be great friends.

Reverend Meteor (and now Medusa's banging her husband's cousin Gorgon...bunch of perverts in that family)


Meh. Cousins are practically all they consider sleeping with, except Crystal who seems to have very little standards (Johnny was just another example of that, and he has no standards, as well). This has always been the case. Nothing new here.

Johnny and Medusa was weird, but nothing severe. I think it just showed desperation on Medusa's part.


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