The interview VOD has been posted for those that missed it live: http://www.gamebreaker.tv/video-game-shows/legendary-world-of-warcraft-show/patch-5-3-interview/
He looked tired, and then with all those pvp questions he started to look like "man lets move this along* look. I'm still trying to figure out the (priest synergize well with hunters) remark, maybe they do and I missed out.
Well, that was boring. And Greg looked tired/mad/sick or something. Cheer up buddy! They didn't have any Q & A's from chatters.
Did look pretty tired. Hope he takes a yacht vacation for Memorial Day weekend =p
He knew this is a PVP patch though so I don't think the questions bothered him.
Haha. I talked to Gary about this a little afterward. Next time we'll aim for having one camera per developer.
Greg wasn't overly tired, or somehow surprised by the focus of the interview. 5.3 is a small patch, so by comparison the PvP changes and new content are pretty substantial. That's why we booked Brian and Greg. They knew what they were getting into. :p
We didn't anticipate that viewers would be trying to interpret their every movement of body language when they weren't speaking. You hear them a lot more than you get to see them, so it makes sense that you'd be paying close attention. But, since it's not easy to hold a game face for a half hour that can't possibly interpreted as anything other than "attentive," individual cameras for each developer would solve that. :)
Either way, I enjoyed Greg's interpretation of The People's Eyebrow.