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<span style="font-weight:normal;">Lauren Zuke didn't just created LGBT ships, the crew created fanservice. Hits at things could neve happen. Fanservice is made to please your public but that's it. That was the disagreement Lauren had with her boss. Let's guess the crew wanted all those Lapidot, etc scenes then, why Lapidot couldn't be canon? Zuke was angry at that. Since it was the crew from your point of view the creator of those LGBT ships, it means the crew created ships weren't supposed to be canon, just fanservice and it could be a precedent. </span></div></div>Sources on that disagreement? Why COULDN'T Lapidot be canon? I mean, besides all the people who would go ballistic because their ships were sunk.... We have three homosexual couples on this show already, Peridot and Lapis are obviously close, what's the issue? Why would the crew create something that's "not supposed to be canon", and put it in the show? Something doesn't add up there; there's nothing logical about that scenario, I don't buy it.
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<span style="font-weight:normal;">Lauren Zuke didn't just created LGBT ships, the crew created fanservice. Hits at things could neve happen. Fanservice is made to please your public but that's it. That was the disagreement Lauren had with her boss. Let's guess the crew wanted all those Lapidot, etc scenes then, why Lapidot couldn't be canon? Zuke was angry at that. Since it was the crew from your point of view the creator of those LGBT ships, it means the crew created ships weren't supposed to be canon, just fanservice and it could be a precedent. </span></div></div>Sources on that disagreement? Why COULDN'T Lapidot be canon? I mean, besides all the people who would go ballistic because their ships were sunk.... We have three homosexual couples on this show already, Peridot and Lapis are obviously close, what's the issue? Why would the crew create something that's "not supposed to be canon", and put it in the show? Something doesn't add up there; there's nothing logical about that scenario, I don't buy it.</div>
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<span style="font-family:"TrebuchetMS",Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:14px;font-weight:normal;"> </span>https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FGF71DUC0NA For several reasons a disagreement could explain many inconsistencies in the show and the characters since the season 2
 
<span style="font-family:"TrebuchetMS",Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif;font-size:14px;font-weight:normal;"> </span>https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FGF71DUC0NA For several reasons a disagreement could explain many inconsistencies in the show and the characters since the season 2
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Ships that aren't supposed to be canon just fanservice are a great way to get an active interested fandom, shipping wars are very effective as they proved in Adventure Time (Finn had 3 different ships). And usually fanservice makes people happy, however in Western products they call it ship baitting especially if the ship isn't straight

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RidleyKraid187 wrote:
Lauren Zuke didn't just created LGBT ships, the crew created fanservice. Hits at things could neve happen. Fanservice is made to please your public but that's it. That was the disagreement Lauren had with her boss. Let's guess the crew wanted all those Lapidot, etc scenes then, why Lapidot couldn't be canon? Zuke was angry at that. Since it was the crew from your point of view the creator of those LGBT ships, it means the crew created ships weren't supposed to be canon, just fanservice and it could be a precedent. 
Sources on that disagreement? Why COULDN'T Lapidot be canon? I mean, besides all the people who would go ballistic because their ships were sunk.... We have three homosexual couples on this show already, Peridot and Lapis are obviously close, what's the issue? Why would the crew create something that's "not supposed to be canon", and put it in the show? Something doesn't add up there; there's nothing logical about that scenario, I don't buy it.

 https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FGF71DUC0NA For several reasons a disagreement could explain many inconsistencies in the show and the characters since the season 2

Ships that aren't supposed to be canon just fanservice are a great way to get an active interested fandom, shipping wars are very effective as they proved in Adventure Time (Finn had 3 different ships). And usually fanservice makes people happy, however in Western products they call it ship baitting especially if the ship isn't straight

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