The problem is that after a few days or so, the episode is transferred over to Hulu, rendering it completely unviewable for any English-speaking non-American fans of One Piece; same goes for any earlier episodes that are uploaded, which are sent straight to Hulu. There were quite a few dubbed episodes that I had wanted to watch to hear how good the performances were, but thanks to those episodes being on Hulu, I can't, despite living about half an hour away from the American border.
Okay. But again, you have the option of watching the subs. That was the problem here. Not the dubs.
You can talk about the dubs all you want. Or not considering you can't.
Certainly is weird that funimation wants to do that. It is a problem that should be fixed. But I think its just because Hulu sucks.
And if you're a half hour away, don't you have the option of buying them? I suppose it would cost a lot more and take longer. But…yeah...
The person getting sued is someone who deliberately took funimations sub, put it on their own site and didn't notify funimation of this.
But about your dub problem, if they could put One Piece on Itunes I'm sure many of you would be happy campers. But again, thats not what this discussion is about.