I'm somewhat annoyed by how much screentime and review time Blair's been getting over Adam and Morgan lately. By now, Adam and Morgan been relegated to facetime at the beginning and the end of each episode, and Blair takes up pretty much the rest of the time in between.
He's the company's Creator's Pet; they love him but we just don't care for him.
To be honest, but, although I don't have facts or numbers to back this up, but I'm pretty sure most people would prefer Blair over Morgan or Adam anyway. The cast in general is pretty insufferable, but Blair would probably the least of the evils.
Why did they go from comical to serious? Its a show about video games! Nobody is going to take it serious, in that context.
They were taken serious before the flanderization. Plus according to Adam and Morgan in interviews, this is now the show that they wanted to star in from the beginning, and are glad to be more professional.
Honestly, I'm glad. The humor was getting awful and their gags were taking up way too much of the show.
I remember how awful it was getting. It seemed like it became really hard to fill up a show with five four-minute features on video games, and that they spent most of those four minutes picking on celebrities like Steven Seagal and those mean, mean anime fans that they were provoking in the first place. The "humor" bordered on Black Comedy and at its worst Dude, Not Funny!... and not in a funny way. Unfortunately, since Dish Network only G4 in certain regions of America, and has now been dropped by Direct TV entirely, my odds of seeing if it ever got back to its old self pre-Seasonal Rot are getting slimmer and slimmer...
Why don't they pronounce the Naruto characters names right, along with a few other reoccurring series names? It's clear as day-light stated in the games, and they've reviewed enough of them.
Because they hate anime. They've claimed to love certain anime in the past, but it seems like if it's popular enough to have a video game, then they hate whichever anime inspired it. Ghost in the Shell was one of the "lucky" exceptions, but the game based on the Stand Alone Complex TV series was still considered bad by them.
And they know that this pisses off the Naruto fans, which they seem to enjoy doing.