As I've said in comments, I agree with almost every point @Robert Cartaino brings up in his post.
But at the same time I do not.
Lets go over each, eh?
Upon further review and community outcry, this question just got the axe.
It started out as a rant against the final few seasons of The Cosby Show (you can see the revision history for yourself and the comments section) and didn't improve much in a general tone, citing that it is just Cosby's fault himself for 'running out of ideas' and such.
The answer also didn't bring much to the table , citing a source that had a vote page with voters that were no greater than 11 in total from a site that I question it's integrity to begin with.
While this question had potential, the potential was wasted on a rant.
Coming from a Cosby Show fan, I would be interested in a objective theory about the show's apparent decline and what characters/actors/writers contributed to that.
Alas, this is not what that question was.
Coming from someone who has 0 interest in Ben 10 to begin with, this question seems more, to me, asking for clarification of the plot with a complaint about continuity unnecessarily thrown into the beginning of the question, and this is what I believe this question should be.
Stating there are a lot of continuity errors can be objective fact. But without anything to back it up, it also looks like a rant, simple as that.
This one is very interesting indeed. Speaking of a show almost as old as I am. This alone should allow a lot of good question material, analysis, and the like.
Having an analysis of the show's changes over the years can be a good thing, but as long as it is done objectively. Hence my comment and notice on the post.
The question has no answers at this point and 1 close vote for NC, I'm tempted to leave it and see what becomes of it. The wording of the question has to be cleaned up a bit as it still sounds a bit opinionated.
This is another with potential, so lets not mess it up, aye?
All in all, as we've had said a lot over the past few days, this site has a whole bunch of leniency when it comes to subjectivity, compared to other sites. We accept theories, analysis, and even more. When we cross into the realm of having the posts be just a rant is purely unacceptable.
I do not wish to pass the decision to nuke these questions from orbit, but if they keep the current trend, we will have to in order to keep this site from being a place for ranting.
So lets make these questions better and keep em high quality ;)