Now don't get me wrong, you seem like perfectly nice people. And I applaud your efforts in creating a podcast for this particular show, considering there aren't very many Girl Meets World podcasts. However, as much as I tried to get onboard and listen to you guys talk about a show I throughly enjoy, it is absolutely painful to get through your podcast for many many reasons. The average runtime for each show is astronomical and unnecessary. There are way too many pointless tangents that are discussed and no one seems to take charge or care about trying to get everyone back on track to talking about the episode. Second, your critiques are waaaaay too over exaggerated and over analyzed. Especially Keith. What the heck is the point of having a "head" score and a "heart" score if both grades are going to be below a C. Overall, everyone's grading on most of these episodes are way too low, and your expectations are very unreasonable. Episodes like Semi-Formal & Rileytown were great episodes but the grades were completely ridiculous. And the reasoning behind most of the grades and your thoughts about certain episodes are extremely long winded, it's as if you're trying to write an insanely over analyzed thesis for a university professor who hates laughter and happiness. You do realize your critiquing a show on Disney Channel. This isn't Game of Thrones here. Your grading overall just makes it seem like you don't even like this show and makes me wonder why you even do a podcast on it. Third, it's hard to find everything discussed credible, when sometimes the simplest messages and themes of some episodes are not understood by everyone on the podcast. I wanted to knock myself in the head after hearing Keith discussing his understanding of the plot after the episode where Lucas calls Maya short. It was completely farfetched and over analyzed. Lastly, give the writers a freaking break. They are professionals who get paid for what they're doing and they all got hired for a reason. If they had free reign to do anything they want with the show, I'm sure the show would be outstanding. But as far as I'm concerned, they are doing great with the fact the they are restricted by Disney Channel, and the fact they are trying to satisfy young kids, teens and old Boy Meets World fans who demand fan-service and keep complaining about the lack of Boy Meets World stories in this show. I know a lot of this seems harsh, but after trying my best to get onboard with your show, I'm giving an honest opinion. A good podcast out there in podcast land doesn't run nearly as long and are far more entertaining. And unlike the previous commenter, I don't want to punch Keith in the face, but I definitely don't ever want to hear his/everyone's long winded critiques again.