Yeah, because online petitions always work.
Still; it has come to my attention that recently the need for such a show has increased. Game of the year discussions always need it, but between Mass Effect 3 and Walking Dead a few weeks ago, and Halo 4 this week, I think they should consider having this discussions on separate files. I get it... I also want a place to discuss some stuff about games I just finished with friends, and I think those sections are really good (some of them are good food for thought and some of the best parts in recent podcasts come from those discussions) but I also think its annoying when it happens in a general discussion podcast, specially because there is no description or any way to know up to which point to skip it. So, at that point I either have to get it or skip much of the podcast.
Even when they can call the Statute of Limitations, the time can vary. In cases like Mass Effect 2 or Bioshock, that got released in some platforms long after others, I got spoiled several important plot points before I even got the chance to play the game. Even on new games, I rarely play them on release day...
This is not unprecedented. Short after Metal Gear Solid 4 and Modern Warfare 2, they had short podcasts where they discussed plot points at length but, since they were on different files, you could chose to keep them on hold until you completed them yourself. I am not even asking for regular updates... it would be a nice surprise once in a while, but I don't want them to feel they need to have a minimum amount of people to complete a game so they can make a feature; but there are games that most of them played and finish outside their assignments (like Skyrim, Walking Dead, Diablo 3 or Mass Effect 3, for example) and I would love to hear their unhindered opinions, but only after I know it doesn't get in the way of my personal enjoyment of the games.
So, what do you think? Its the spoilercast idea good enough to make a return?