I was apparently on /tv/ for like 20 minutes just now before realizing it wasn't /co/. This has gotten more than a little out of hand.
Why are there no rules about keeping live action shows off the board about cartoons when we already have an entire board specifically for them? How could this possibly be a controversial decision?
There are rules and they were decided years ago by his holy mootness himself. Content matters, not medium.
It's not /co/'s fault /tv/ is so awful they have nothing to do but talk about other boards' topics.
>There are rules
It's not really a rule in the same way /a/ has a rule explicitly allowing live-action threads.
>they were decided years ago
There weren't as many cape tv shows and movies years ago and the threads about them on /co/ weren't entirely off-topic
That would be like allowing discussion of Kung-Fu movies on /a/ because they contain asians. I'm sorry I don't see the tangential connection as being enough of a justification.
It's like the
>Are crispy chicken tenders technology?
threads on /g/ except on /co/ the answer is always yes.
I'd understand a lot better if /tv/ didn't want the cape threads but it's also all they talk about.
>that's what matters here
But they're live-action televsion & film threads and video game threads and video game general threads and cosplay threads. All of which have boards specifically for them.
And it'd be like /o/ having threads about Fast & Furious which are nothing to do with the cars in them, or /k/ having threads about video games that feature guns but only talking about the games and not the guns themselves. Or making threads on /lit/ and /ck/ about how the sexiest actress is Emma Watson or Sue Perkins.