Originally posted by TheLampIncident:
So basically you're saying if two people fall in love, that automatically makes them nice people? What if a prostitute and a pimp fall in love? Or if two convicts fall in love? Are they suddenly nice people? Are the crimes they committed forgettable suddenly now?
As far as Amy being in love with Kif, sure it happened, but she had to have used at least a hundred guys for her needs before that happened. What she wanted was sex, plain and simple. And I bet if she were to break up with Kif, the cycle would start up again. Probably even more so because she would be depressed after the breakup and not know what else to do because screw her brains out.
I think people were trying to bring up qualities about Amy that might make her superficial, more than whether she was nice or not. Anyway, Amy falling in love with Kif proves that she's not superficial, or something.
Anyway, a storyline would be too bogged down if you showed intent for everyone at every moment. Sometimes, focus is necessary. Anyway, yeah, I think it was more of an issue with the writers than anything.