Unless of course you’re a moe-mongering otaku idiot who thinks K-ON and Lucky Star and 8 identical episodes of Haruhi were hell good.
Contrary to popular belief, the 90s were not the best time for anime. The sheer quantity of awesome shows actually reached their peak in the early and mid 2000s, where advances in technology and the promise of a global market helped spur the anime industry on. We all know it went tits up after that, for various reasons and now it’s more or less DVD-sales that are the main objective and thus more moe-shitty fanservice shows are made.
In this season, there are actually a few show that are watchable, a few that are good and one which is really really good. Yet, to most of us this is unacceptable. In the 90s, this ratio would’ve been thought of as great, because then there weren’t that many anime and people just watched whatever they could. This season is a hell worse than those we enjoyed in the mid 2000s and so people are angry.
Why not let us take it positively? I now have more time to do other stuff because I don’t have much anime to watch. At least we have Darker than Black 2, ongoing ones like Gintama and Cross Game and decent new ones like intriguing suicide bomber show Book of Bantorra, cat whispering Nyankoi and er ok that’s about it.