Now there's the whole "we only have 5 weeks" thing which is crap, considering that nobody has ever seen the bikes and this was probably filmed several months ago. So there's some fake drama right there. And it looks like they are kicking up the fake drama for episode 3 judging by the promo.
My prediction: The drama will reach a boiling point by the last episode when fearing that Paul Jr. won't make the deadline Chris Metzen brings in Paul Sr. who then gets angry and smashes both choppers. Sorry fans, no mount for anybody.
Yeah, the fabricated drama makes it nearly unwatchable for me. I'd rather just watch them making it, rather than watching them talk about how they are not going to be able to make it the whole time. I can only imagine I'm in the minority here as this seems to be pretty standard for reality TV. I might consider watching the next one with the volume off to see if that helps.
I know I'm going to sound crazy but I swear the table talk parts look like the were filmed sometime during blizcon. They were using the same background as the q&a session and it appeared to be the same table..
It's called a "set" and can typically be moved around to wherever it's needed. Revolutionary concept.
Heh, these bikes are likely already done to the point that even the models are being finished right now.
Also my bet is that both bikes will end up in game.
To quote Blizzard themselves.
Originally Posted by Blizzard
But a game is defined largely by its limitations
So while I would want to think that they would cave and give players both bikes, them flying off the rails and thinking that pissing half of the player base off like that somehow makes World of Warcraft into a better game wouldn't surprise me.