I’m astonished at the level of hate some people have towards Makorra, and noticed how extreme it is during the Book 2 finale. I understand why you don’t believe they should be together, or how they eventually got together, but cheering during their break ups is a bit too much and not funny at all… I’ve never seen a Makorra fan cheer when Bolin got his heart broken during Book 1. And I’ve never seen a Makorra fan laugh when Asami and Mako broke up in the Book 1 finale.
It’s the same attention-seeking people who complain about the romance involving too much during the show. I have to agree with this statement during Book 1. However, Book 2 wasn’t filled with so much romance, considering Mako and Korra were dating during half of the book, and definitely not during the finale - when the romantic plot didn’t take too much time from the main plot, and was even entertaining and moving. The attention most of the fans give to the relationships in the show make it seem like the show is all about it - it’s not. In fact, I’ve seen a couple of reviews during the finale by people who aren’t so involved in the love-triangle, and thought that the romantic part of the finale was actually pretty amusing & enjoyable.
Sawyer7mage, whose videos I used to enjoy, has been nothing but negative during the whole season to Makorra. Also, he keeps feeling bad for Asami, who didn’t get enough hate from the fans as she should have when she made so many moves on Mako days after he broke up with Korra. Of course fans will protect her bad decisions by using her sad back story, and blame it on Mako,
who doesn’t have a poor back story at all, right?
You’re allowed to dislike it, but the childish reactions to the break up are so inappropriate and out of line. Enjoy the amazing show instead of focusing on those 2-minute parts of romance in the episodes.