GlobalTravelR t1_j6p7wyi wrote

Maybe they shouldn't have to tried to shelter, support and protect the Taliban and Al Q'aeda when the US was trying to root them out for the last 20 years.

The US supported the Taliban in the 80's during the Russian-Afghanistan Invasion and while that help drive out the Russians, it also gave them 9/11, in return.

You reap what you sow.


GlobalTravelR t1_j5dyknx wrote

Gargoyles comes to mind. Season 1 was the origin and setup. Season 2 had heavy world building and lots of back history. You discover characters are not who they seem (e.g. Owen), then you have the world tour and it finally ends with an old enemy becoming an ally and an entirely new enemy.

Meanwhile there is an entire tapestry of continuity throughout.

True fans pretty much ignore season 3 (except for the first episode).