The Life and Death of Lexa
Jason Rothenberg

Wow, the CW finally gave Jason a PR team to do some damage control. Pointers for that! But this whole letter reads like a cheap statement using passages from news articles and fan reactions — this letter is a dull recitation of what the CW thinks needs to be said in order to to calm the waters.

If this guy was actually sorry he would have said that three days ago when he first broke his silence. When his cheap (halfhearted) attempt with TV insider didn’t work, I’m sure the CW forced him to have this released with his name on it. But I call bullshit. This is not Jason’s voice, nor his true feelings. He did not have a sudden change of heart or a drastic epiphany, and quite frankly, sorry doesn’t mean squat after making us wait this long.

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