How can you claim that Justin Bieber was a “best-remember” character if you can’t remember how to spell his name? Somebody at Yahoo! TV forgot his name and forgot a two letters in best-remembered:
Was this written by a sometime writer for Yahoo! TV?
If Courtney Love is an occasional actress, she’s a sometime thespian. She acts sometimes. The similar words are really different parts of speech: Sometimes is always an adverb; sometime is an adjective or adverb. So, if you’re modifying a noun, use sometime.
I just don’t see how this could make sense to anyone, except maybe the writer for Yahoo! TV:
Does this mean we’ll won’t see some characters only briefly? So we’ll see them for a long time? Huh?
Could it be that the poor muddled writer meant:
… there may be more characters we won’t see or we’ll see only briefly
… there may be more characters we’ll see only briefly or not at all