It really does. I'm comforted to think that he might actually retire this year, and we might get to see some fresh new faces. He's a brilliant gymnast - when he's on - and seems like a nice guy, but it is so, so hard to watch. And he keeps getting endless chances.
Scores or no scores, the guy has never had a clean international meet. He was overscored here - fourth after falling off of the pommel? Really? But, for some reason, USA men's gymnastics never takes a chance on someone new. Which is why we are always "on the verge" of medaling, but hardly ever medal.