Talk:Two Twisted

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Criticisms of the show[edit]

I havn't heard anyone mention this criticism of the show anywhere else. MxAesir 14:10, 31 August 2006 (UTC)

Reads like it's entirely fabricated POV. I'd say it's from someone who doesn't have access to the internet, but then... RandomEcho 15:35, 31 August 2006 (UTC)
Seems unlikely that it's serious criticism. TV companies release videos and DVDs of their programmes with extra material (and "things you might not have noticed" in the commentaries) all the time. I assume the programme is still completely watchable without the web clips. --McGeddon 03:31, 4 September 2006 (UTC)
It was a serious criticism, even it didn't read well. The links between the episodes are promoted as though they are an integral part of the show, and you do feel as though you've missed a major part of the plot without seeing them, so I would say that it's not "completely watchable without the web clips". Also, if anyone reading this works for Channel 9, is there any chance you could maybe ask them to do something about it? I'm sorry, but it's just another example of the typical arrogance shown towards people with older computers (or none at all).