I think it means that if the return of Bionicle isn't what you pictured, you shouldn't be mad or sad. You should be, WE should be happy that it is back in general, and not be to selfish and/or greedy. And I think that face at the end was the viewers selfishness. Selfishness is very powerful, and can corrupt everything around us, even if the original intentions were good. I know someone who is younger than me(around 7 or 9 years old) who loved Hero Factory and they weren't happy that it was getting replaced by a "Worn-out Toy"(their words, not mine). I wanted to correct them and make them feel better, but I didn't. This kid is really close to me, their like my little brother/sister, and I hate it when their sad. But I didn't say anything that would make them feel better, which is really not like me when I thought about it. Maybe the reason I didn't help them is because I wanted them to feel the same thing I did when Bionicle got cancelled, alone. After Bionicle got cancelled, and even when it was running, I didn't have anyone to talk too about it. So all that positive and negative emotion just got bottle up. And I think that's why I love Bionicle so much now, because my emotions toward it just kept growing and growing, never having a chance to release the pressure and express myself. I wanted my friend to feel what I felt because I couldn't let go of the past. And me having a dislike towards Hero Factory did not help with any of this. The point is that you shouldn't harbor your negative(or positive) emotions and be upset just because something doesn't go your way. And if it does go your way, don't get cocky and think everything will work out the way you want it, because that will only bring more hurt and disappointment. Whatever the future brings, accept it with open arms, not with ill will, suspicion, or high hope. Just accept it for what it is, the future. We can't always be in "a time before time". Time is just apart of ageing, and ageing is apart of life. And we all know that life can feel unfair. Just because something changes, doesn't mean that it is bad or good, it is different. It isn't trying to be better than what you are use to, or replace it, and it shouldn't be those things. And that many thought about Hero Factory, "Bionicle's replacement" or it "the failed attempt of a new Bionicle". Now Hero Factory was bad, but what if it was good, and we just saw it as a bad because it isn't what we wanted. It was actually the opposite of what we wanted, "change". If the new Bionicle does come, it will be different, it won't be and will never be the old Bionicle. The kids who loved Hero Factory call "HF replacement". The original Bionicle fans may call it the same things that they called HF, or maybe something more positive. But whoever picks up the new toy, whether it be someone who like HF, Bionicle or someone new, they will say that it is different.