Go back and watch some early episodes of the Dtoid Show, from early 2011 or so, when I first started. It was awkward and unfunny as fuck, because on-camera chemistry doesn't happen overnight. Bill's pretty new at stuff like this, and he's the only other person I have helping me make shit like this full-time.
I get it, you guys miss Tara. Tara doesn't work here anymore. The Dtoid Show was cool, but it's over now. I can't change that. If you don't like what we're doing currently, you don't have to watch it if you find it "tedious." I appreciate that you've held out to see what we're up to, but if you're not feeling it, I'd rather you stop watching than leave pessimistic comments like this. That's not to say "love it or leave it," it's more the inverse, like "if you hate it, don't force yourself to stick around."
Also, I've been reading and replying to comments on the stuff I do for like 4 years. If you'd been a regular viewer of anything I did, I feel like you'd have figured that out. Writing a shitty Yelp review is great, but walking into the restaurant and telling the chef his food sucks is just sort of a dick move. -Max