THIS THREAT IS ONLY FOR RESPECT SHIPPERS. I.E. CREDDIERS WHO RESPECT SEDDIE AND CAM, SEDDIERS WHO RESPECT CREDDIE AND CAM AND CAMMERS WHO RESPECT CREDDIE AND SEDDIE. ANY SHIPWARRING COMMENT WILL BE REPORTED IMMEDIATELY!
Okay, none of us like Ship Warring. That's because the admins are doing great work to keep them who do out of this wikia (slime, slime). Here's just a little idea, what can either work out or not work out. As you all know I'm a Creddie shipper. People who don't know, well now you know. So here's the thing. Imagine you're Dan. Imagine... Imagine... Imagine... Okay, now you're the smart, creepy (sry Danfans), awesome and tweethappy director of our favorite show. Now Nick comes to you and says: "Dan, we really like your show, but the pairing you are following is simply not allowed (due to either incest, domical abuse or homophobia)" Well, being Dan, you know that romance is a must in teenagers sitcom land, so you have to move a ship you like less. So, here's the thing. Write a little synopsis, script, scenario where you will make a ship happen you won't prefer. So here's my Seddie scenario
Sam and Freddie date for a while
Sam misses something in this relationship and goes for advice to Carly
Carly tells Sam that friendship is essential in a relationship
Sam suggests to put her relationship with Freddie on a hiatus, so they can grow closer as friends first
Freddie first thinks this is rediculous, but goes with it later.
Many episodes later:
Sam gives her father's medal (which is very dear to her) to Freddie. Freddie kisses Sam
Freddie leaves for Los Angeles, but leaves a letter, that basically says that the reason why he left isn't to go to Los Angeles, but to leave Seattle. He knew he couldn't get either Sam or Carly, because they already love each other and will always be the third wheel. He apologizes and forgives them in the letter and tells them that he wishes them all the best. Carly is very reluctant to take Freddie's offer, but Sam talks her into it, because she thinks that's what Freddie wants.