No Requests. I can't stress that enough.
Zeke probably really likes Tina, but Tina is clearly repulsed by Zeke. She did seem to try to hear him out in that episode "The Oeder Games," but any other time, she seems to hate how he's always hanging around Jaaayjooo.
He was under a lot of DEW-ress.
(Shit! I wish I thought of that when I made this)
I found it a lost opportunity for either A.J. to constantly be flunked by Crocker out of spite or for him to be the teacher's pet.
It also kinda doesn't help Eternals that the ending also feels familiar, as Ikaris committing suicide by flying into the sun after a "What have I done?!" moment also unfortunately invokes the ending of season 1 of Invincible. Especially since that was the show's signature scene to the point of becoming memetic. I do not by any means blame the movie for that, as it was supposed to be released last year, probably before that episode aired. It's an unfortunate coincidence and comparisons were no doubt drawn between the two. Didn't hurt my enjoyment of the film, though, but I can imagine a chunk of the audience left saying "Omni-Man did it better."