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Abd'el Hakim Awyan,
John Anthony West
Love the show! Really can't get past Chris Packham's rhotacism (speech impediment).
I am all for diversity in entertainment EXCEPT when the one thing that makes a person unique is going to impact the experience of the audience to the point of annoyance. A narrator needs clear speech. Period.
Some of these reviews have been pretty cruel, even making fun of Packham. That's not necessary. And the person bitching about a lisp, it's not a lisp, it's rhotacism. Furthermore, isn't it adding insult to injury to name the impediment for difficulty pronouncing "r" - rhotacism?
Anyway, back to the ACTUAL reason we're here, to review the show. I really love the show. I'm glad to see so many seasons available on Netflix now. The topics are very interesting, often creepy, and so far extraordinar - as in extra ordinary.
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