It's always good to hear an opinion that just isn't being blown out of someone's ass. I always felt that the lack of direction is what turned some viewers away, but it's my style of comedy. I like to improv and follow a simple plot. Sure there is dialogue that doesn't interact with the others, but there's reason. I work with three other friends, and I don't restrict them to doing what I want to do. Not all of us are present during dubbing sessions, so their dialogue may contradict other dialogue that's been created. Hell, if it wasn't for Royce's persistance, we wouldn't have a Mickey Mouse Kuroobi. We all like to come up with our own jokes, and we like to say funny things. Don't think it's unprofessional, or that we put little effort into it, because I work my ass off doing the editing, casting, and what you can call my "feel free to say anything but refer to this" directing. Sure it doesn't really carry the episodes plot, but are you watching Dub Piece for a story? You know the story, this is just another perspective at poking fun at it, even if we're not making a reference to what is actually happening.
I'll admit that this is a decision I've made before you've commented. Season 2 is going to be one arc, so it's going to be a more coherent storyline, quite different than what I've been doing in the past. That means we can't just gag all the time. I'm looking forward to making Dub Piece more of a story now. You are right about one thing, it did seem to stray away from that element after Episode 3, but I'm not going to conform though and change my style to those of other fan dubs (Yu-Gi-Oh, Naruto TAS), because then I wouldn't be original, but I will be taking a different approach, but that doesn't mean our same sense of humour is gone. We'll still be cracking perverted jokes like there's no tommorow.