>ITT: autists get so pissed off about slow pacing libtard neo tfs that they forget what comedy is
It's just as good as its always been, maybe even better. The production value has increased tremendously. They have their own fucking soundtracks for important moments. The jokes is the damn same. And some are just topical now, which apparently means 2pc4me. Krillin's "aborting Cell" monologue still gets me every time.
There's nothing wrong with the more "serious" path the parody is taking. In fact, it arguably makes the parody the most accessible, enjoyable and easiest way to bring new potential fans into the world of Dragon Ball. You get the badassery of Z which can't be recreated without tension, you get fights without the filler (and excellent voicework), which was Kai's appeal, and on top of that the show is now comedy golden freeza while still keeping the central plotlines intact, which is something many abridge series aren't able to do nowadays. Kikoho was hype as fuck.
Fans wouldn't have given a quarter of a shit about BoG had it not been for the guys at TFS keeping the fandom alive all these years. Hell, I doubt Super would've been made.
The added "seriousness" (or really just attention to the tone of the official release) helps the plot move along more cohesively, and really just makes the hard-hitting jokes hit harder.
And for the last fucking time, Let's Plays have no bearing on the episode schedule. And THAT'S how they make their revenue. Just don't watch the content if you don't think they should be making DBZA free kek.