>>102410670>The Commentaries are fascinating. Hirsch is revered by his coworkers, its nothing like the memes depicted
Man, I don't know Alex Hirsch. I think he's probably fine and funny, I know he did some great events for charity, and for all I know he secretly donates his organs to needy orphans. But if someone working on his shows did hate his guts, think he was incompetent, or had no talent, there's no way they would say that on the commentary track he was releasing for a show he made unless they wanted to totally torpedo their career. That shit's not cool.
I wouldn't look for the truth in some commentary. Maybe if it was decades later and everyone had put things so far behind them, they were too successful to give a shit, or retired, or everyone had just moved on. Even then, if people said shitty things, it could just be sour grapes or some petty personal grudge, not reality. I don't assume I know anything about media people just based on what's said about them. I would have to know them pretty well personally to know what they're like. I hear stories about celebrities who seemed pretty cool getting arrested for monstrous crimes and seemingly good acts from celebrities who seemed like douchebags to me. These are pseudo-social relationships, we don't know these people at all and I think the way some people here fixate and speculate on them is fucked up, it's based on these weird imaginary connections and ideas.