Dude, you still haven't answered my question. Have you tried raising your suspension of disbelief so you don't get jarred by such minor things, or tried switching to more mature and realistic fiction?
I already answered that. You are not asking me to raise my suspension of disbelief but to turn my brain off. To refuse to think about what I see and what I experience.
I will tell you something.
thinking is not the enemy of fiction. In fact, it makes it better. Fiction doesn't have to make you think, but it shouldn't be adverse to thinking (You shouldn't have to straight jacket your brain. Rather it should be like sunbathing)
If I did exactly what you are asking me to do. Then everything would become incredibly dull as I am no longer an active listener but just sort of there.
As for "more mature storytelling" let me tell you. Adult entertainment is more head scratching then children's entertainment. It is hilarious that people put down children's entertainment so much (heck, even you are constantly and inadvertently bad mouthing it and making excuses for bad plotting) when it is adult entertainment that needs to clean up its act and improve its quality far more.
But mind you... I have NO problem thinking in the pieces sphere of logic.
So don't think I am watching say... My Little Pony and going "How do they chop wood they have no hands?".
Actually children's entertainment is the most interesting in that it continues to build itself to higher and higher heights.
It wasn't that long ago that kid shows talking about healthy active living would make Candy some sort of super villain.
Lazy Town? Candy is delicious, it is good to like Candy, heck candy can even be your thing... But you still need to eat right and exercise.
In fact even adult cartoons have FINALLY FINALLY started to make something with themselves instead of being a long line of offensive comedies (I use offensive as genre for lack of better word)