Think that's a bit unfair I think. Dan Lloyd's commentary very much focus' is on the sport and is always keen to move any conversation back to the action. Robbie McKewan is new to the Team and has been encouraged to use the "dead periods" of a long stage to talk about his own experience and stories of past tours.Hmm... I guess were referring to different things cuz I still don't follow. My post was about the watchability of the GCN broadcast. Constant giggling and the Chatty Friends in a Room concept is annoying. I don't know anything about abstract concepts like witch hunts, internet mobs or the rest of it.
I think they have been very entertaining. (I am a big CK fan and think his ability to fill in and describe the areas and scenery is exemplary. It's a pity he can't recognise any of the riders when it comes to the action itself particularly at the end of races). Think Orla C has encouraged the boy banter as well.