So far, people are mostly just sharing silly jokes or exaggerated
worst-case best-case scenarios.
Oh, I know
it's just a curious mix of confusion, amusement, and anger, sometimes from the same people. Also, not just responses here but also on twitter and elsewhere
But I do wonder at what point jibing about it is just veiled concern
Also that guy is named Jason Schwartzmann and he would be perfect
having a concern is very different than "shitting a frothy mix of anger and delight into each others' mouths about it" -- no? or are you saying we aren't even allowed to express concern about it, even if we do so in an emotionally detached or neutral way?
in any case, my only concern is that i feel it won't give the public (who often know nothing about indie games) a good picture of indie game devs, and that "worst case" is one day people will judge indie devs mostly by how they are presented in this show, similar to how people judge most professions by how they are portrayed in tv shows (i.e. stereotyping). but it's hardly avoidable, and there are far worse television stereotypes about other professions (e.g. how television portrays plumbers, for instance)