All is right with the world. Enjoy! (I know I will)
You appear to be connecting from a location outside the United States. We have removed the downloadable content from your shopping cart. If you are within the United States verify that you have cookies enabled and try again.I tried again, again and again. Nothing. I even tried inserting my aunt's billing address, who lives in Chicago, to see if that would work. Nope.
"When 51 came out, it was our intention to use that album to introduce these new characters; not that we'd revisit these characters, but we felt that for the audience to attach to these characters we needed to hear from them [...] I don't want people to think that we'll never see some of those friends again."And Paul later admits:
"Yeah, we've neglected some of our characters..."However, Paul defends this admission, clarifying that seasons only have so much time. That's fair. While I don't necessarily believe it was the best choice for the series, I do understand the reasoning behind it. After all, the quicker we can learn about these characters, the sooner we can love these characters, and then the faster the show can move on towards stronger story lines.
"Most of the complaints I've read this past year tended to be about irreversible things; for instance, many disliked the new theme, or the new artwork, or Whit's voice, but I doubt any of those will be changed. So what's left? The kid-characters of course. I think a lot of fans have probably been very vocal about which ones they really like and which ones they don't. Perhaps that's why Nathan's one question during the chat was about characters that should stick around. But perhaps the changes they've made have been small; perhaps they have decided to downplay Emily Jones and Matthew Parker's roles or taken out cheesy lines that had anyone saying anything similar to "'the Jones and Parker detective Agency' is on the case!" [From: "A Quick Response" Nathan Hoobler TOO Chat Highlights].