How autistic do you have to be to think TTRPGS should be a spectator sport?
Real talk, if you have a good group of funny improv actors doing it for an audience, it can be pretty fun. But honestly that's more like its fun DESPITE the elfgame instead of because of it. I also watch the occasional game stream to see how a system runs, and one-offs can be good if there's a good group with a fun dymanic. But that's like an hour or two tops, not 4 goddamn hours.
However, CR from what I saw is like hours and hours of talking and trying to manufacture drama as they drone on about their characters feelings or w/e. I think I saw them touch their dice one time the stream my friend showed me that I was sort of watching. Which, to be fair, not every session of D&D needs to involve rolls and combat, but I got this feeling this was the rule and the not the exception.
(It didn't seem to be a race to be the most woke, so at least there is that.)