He said: “It’s a lot of fun to do, and it’s a great creative outlet, but I think it’s getting harder to do as a weekly format. I’m still the one writing, editing, and filming this during my day-and-a-half home, and it’s taking up all my time – and I’m spending less and less time on it. I’m going to need more time in between shows to give some of the ideas I have for it more attention. If you look at shows like Tosh.0 on TV, they don’t go all-year round, they take a break and recharge. After 85-plus weeks, I definitely think I need a little recharge.”
For what it’s worth, Ryder has been frustrated for months now. He’s taking the “whatever/go with the flow” approach. He’s not alone as many other Divas and mid-card talents are beyond frustrated and have been for months as we’ve been exclusively reporting.