not really, their is a lot of plot points that never got resolved.
Is FPS Doug really on Jeremys Side or the others?
The whole War thing (touched on by the comics) is a pretty big plot point
FPS Doug is freinds with Jeremy and Dave again. I don't think much more needs to be said. See, I think Jeff was kinda trying to move away from the whole "war" thing, since there is basically no mention of it in episode 2. I know a lot of people on here complained about it being to "star wars" or whatever and didn't like it. So I think Jeff was kind of pretending it never happened and was gradually leaving it behind. Reconciling Doug and everyone was the first step towards that.
We never see how Jeremy trains his noob
Tagi pretty much just walks into the dark of the night never to be heard of again
Relationships end. They broke up. End of story. Miranda didn't want to be on the show anymore and was moving on to other things so they wrote her out. The end.
then you got T-Bags whole Arc on getting Jeremy to come out of his shell even more, plus Jeremys conflict with the masterers training, vs T-Bag more real life advice
I'm not saying there weren't more things they could explore. Sure, you could develop all of that stuff into lots of storys and plots. But the last episode ended such that you can say, okay Jeremy goes on and has other adventures and stuff, but for now, this chapter is over. Kinda like Harry Potter. I mean, there could be tons more books written about his adult life, marriage to Ginny, etc., etc. But we don't really need to know all of that stuff to appreciate the end of the series...
Then their is the aspect of the Agents, their whole role while still shadowy, if you pay attention to their dialog, it makes it appear like the masterer is the one going to war, think about it. Doug is supposedly on the bad guys side, but they give him something that will prevent a war from happening?
This is all part of the "star wars" story arc that Geoff was trying to ignore. See my response above.
and that's Ignoring the Production Blogs/TV show, cause if that's considered cannon (the way it seems like the characters themselves know they were making a TV show), then you gotta deal with that.
The TV show was a reboot
. Same characters, different universe. No need to reconicle the two.