We get it. Piz is a wonderful boyfriend. We know that, because we got to see him be a boyfriend for a good three episodes. Enough time to leave a six year lasting impression that he is the best boyfriend who’s ever boyfriended. I mean he’s so nice! And…nice. And…um…nice! (we’re sweeping under the rug that part where he got all clingy about Veronica’s internship, right?)
And you have made us see the error of our ways. Logan was the world’s crappiest boyfriend! I mean he did…um… Wait, what was he supposed to have done again? Oh yeah! He didn’t want to go to poetry readings and artsy films. What a loser!
It must have been exhausting for Veronica to be loved like that - what with all the kisses and attentiveness. Ewww. Germs. That loyalty must have really sucked. At least Duncan knew how to properly freeze a girl out. And Logan’s consideration for her feelings and need for occasional space without explanations? Gross! And then there was that damn bravery. Those times when he put her safety ahead of his own. Gosh, Piz would never do anything so reckless and stupid. We know that, because we got to see him be the perfect boyfriend for three episodes.
But that Logan Echolls - three seasons of watching him be overly affectionate to his girls (even Caitlin Ford), should have been enough to leave that ‘bad boyfriend’ impression with us.
Seriously, what was the point, Rob?
Why create one of the most fascinating, layered characters on television, if you can only sum him up as ‘unbridled passion’ while propping a character with less layers than an Oreo.
Such a nice guy that Piz is, though.