Perfect humility dispenses with modesty.
Gwen didn't actually know Peter was Spider-Man. So we had a "she loves Peter but hates Spider-Man" situation with their relationship. There was this big hole in their relationship because of this. (And that they killed her, obviously.)
In the 70s, it was obvious that MJ was written as not knowing Peter was Spidey. But she also seemed pretty indifferent to Spider-Man (or was slightly positive as she said she was a Spidey fan.) Obviously this aspect changed a great deal during the marriage years. This was also the most open we've ever seen Peter with a woman as he opens up to her.
And The Black Cat loved Spider-Man but hated the Peter Parker side of him. He wanted to be open with her but she turned him away.
I would have put Jonah #1. Peter Parker girlfriends come and go, but Jameson is forever.
Huh. Jameson must be broadcasting from Pandora.
Also, we need more modern day equivalents of such wacky MJ/Pete interactions-
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Don't ever take a fence down until you know the reason why it was put up.--G.K. Chesterton
And unlike Gwen and Betty, she didn't hate Spider-Man either.
(Plus 60s MJ dialogue is always hysterical.)
Because it wants to be Nolan's Batman. And Nolan's Batman has no room for cartoon characters like Jonah.And again, J. Jonah Jameson isn't in the upcoming new film WHY?!