Absolutely correct. I was referring to the pirate impression in this particular photograph, and apologize if my attempt at humor was in any way insensitive.
While I don’t mind being challenged by a show, I just Don’t. Fucking. Get it.
Confusion that serves the narrative is fine, but it’s the writers job to give us enough to stay connected to the story. I’m giving this one more episode, just to support the originality of what they’re trying to do. But if I still can’t tell what the hell is going on after that, I’m out.
Storytelling is more important than ever, to break through the clutter and noise of all these analytically optimized channels. In the end marketing is about changing what a real human being does. To do that you need to change what they feel, and not just what they think.