The last couple of times on TNT the crew has played two games simultaneously and switched between them during the broadcast (Tokyo Jungle/Borderlands 2 and Trine 2/DOA5). Am I the only one who thinks it would work better for the whole crew to focus on one game for, like, 45 minutes and then switch over to the other? Or perhaps just focus on one game entirely. The segments with Jeff in the aforementioned TNT's were relatively tame (not Jeff´s fault but because of the format) because of how little time was used on them, how isolated they felt and because the other group would, naturally, attract more attention.
I guess I feel it becomes at bit too disjointed and schizophrenic. For example, I remember how much fun the Dead Island TNT was because they all joined in and played co-op, compared to how relatively boring the Borderlands 2 segment was. I think Borderlands 2 could have made for a fantastic 4-player co-op TNT for about an hour, and then they could all switch over to the wonderful absurdity of Tokyo Jungle. Although, to be fair, I do think it worked pretty well, for example, when Brad was playing Minecraft... Maybe because the particularly slow pacing of that game made for a fun contrast. I guess my main point is that TNT's are, generally, the most fun when the crew is together and focused on one game at a time because it makes for better banter and arguing :-)