Klaus is a friend of mine and I was able to catch up with him last night. We talked about the show, the showrunners, and the story. I asked him a few questions about how he felt about the show. He was really into the show, and thought it was the best season so far, and was excited to be a part of the season. He also said that the showrunners were good people and that he was thankful for the opportunity to appear in the season.
I’m not sure why Klaus was in season 3. He seemed to have a bad attitude about the show, and was not feeling the show at all. He also seemed to be a bit of a dick about the other things, like the showrunners. He was also pretty adamant about keeping the show away from Legacies. He was actually pretty annoyed that I asked about Legacies in the first place.
The legacies arc in season 3 is the one that makes the most sense for Klaus. Legacies is about his long-term goal to destroy the human race and that he’s been trying to get his hands on the crystal for a long time. In Season 1, he’s given access to the crystal and he’s been trying to get it for some time now.
I think it would be a good idea to have Klaus help run the show, and maybe have him and Lexie become the showrunners together, but I dont know how many seasons he would want to be in a show like that. I think that would make it very difficult and time consuming. So I think he would like to either stick around with the show or leave to pursue a different path.
I think the only good thing about legacies season 3 would be if the showrunners had to let Klaus stay on.
I’m not sure if the showrunners are allowed to leave, but I think it would have to be for some reason.
I actually really like how the showrunners made it clear that the three Visionaries have no memory. They are able to see the future, but are unable to remember any of the past events. I think that would be the best way to show that they are in one of those time loops.
Well, that is why we have to be careful about what we say. The showrunners have to be able to say that the Visionaries are in one of those time loops, and so they are able to make that claim. So I think that would be a nice touch. But I agree that it would be best if the showrunners didn’t spend too much time on this topic.
I agree. I think they would want to show us that the Visionaries are in one of those time loops, and that they are able to have some kind of meta-cognition and plan for the future. But I can’t see how this would be shown. I mean, I feel like they would show us a vision of the future, then say, “Well, that’s not going to happen”.
And in case you were wondering, the Visionaries are not evil. The evil ones would be the ones who have been so stupid that their entire plan all along was to kill everyone. But that’s still not exactly how it works.