I must say that i really liked TPoD8, one which you said you hated because it was hastily put-together. I liked it because it was practically the definition of "unforced and flowing". Kinda like the opposite of Chef Brian (Ctrl + Alt + Delete). The man is so forced it's like he was a stubborn bowel movement. TPoD 8 was not considered through, it's not calculated and it's not constructed. It just is what it is just because it damn well feels like being it.
When you begin to put more effort into it, it becomes sort of not what i just described. It feels like this is something that someone spent thought on to make it good, i don't see it as whimsical and joyful. Sure, i smiled right through the thing, chuckling at bits. It's not that TPoD9 is bad. It's pretty cool. It's just not as side-splittingly hilarious as the previous stuff.
And trust me, there have been bits which have left me laughing like a maniac. Which is why you should keep making these things. Sometimes jokes you thought were great bomb and just bits you thought would use to keep the audience interested while you connect to the next joke have the audience wriggling on the ground like worms on crack. So, y'know, keep going. Never know when you might crap out a masterpiece.
Oh, and it's not that i'm telling you HOW to make the thing. If you continue to produce with the methods of TPoD9, but make it as unforced, then that'd be great.
So. Yeah. I prefer honest criticism on my works because that makes me improve the best, so i gave you a healthy dose of the the negative there. But don't be discouraged or anything, i'm still definitely looking forward for TPoD10, whatever you decide to do with it.