Note this sequence. Bollinger to Duminy. A close LBW, Billy Bowden doesn't give it. It looked good on the replay. There were two noises - the bat hitting the pad, and the ball hitting the pads. Bollinger delivered it from wide of the crease, which may have made Bowden doubt whether it would have gone on to hit the stumps, and also possibly whether or not it might have hit Duminy outside the line (in both cases, replays showed that it was in the bowler's favor).
Healy's one substantive comment here was that "That was Out!".
In the next over, Asoka de Silva gave a decidedly marginal LBW in favor of Andrew McDonald against Hashim Amla. The ball pitched outside off, on a crack or something, and took off towards the leg side. It beat Amla's forward defense and hit him on the knee roll. Amla was on the front foot, not really caught on the crease or anything. Hawkeye - a technology deemed to be not good enough for use by Umpires showed that the ball would have clipped the leg bail on top of leg stump. It looked marginal and the other commentators suggested that "i've seen those given not out" (Ian Chappell) and "thats a bit stiff if you are a batsman" (Bill Lawry) and "Was it out though?" (Tony Greig).
Healy's comment - "It was an aggressive decision. The kind Umpires give these days since they have been seeing these kinds of replays on hawkeye".
Absolutely no perspective - one-eyed to the hilt and absolutely no class. Others such as Michael Slater have been pointing out that it appears as though SA have taken their foot off the gas in this game since theyve won the series already, and this is essentially a dead rubber. But Healy seems to think Australia are doing awesomely well.
Healy shows all the traits of a bad commentator - he has no sense of humour, talks too much and is terribly one-eyed. You won't hear from Healy for example that this wicket is deteriorating much faster than expected, and if this had happened in India you could have bet your last naya paisa that Healy would have gone on and on about how the wicket was terribly poorly prepared.
I should have stuck to watching on mute as i usually do. Healy is not worth the trouble. He's certainly not a worthy successor to Richie Benaud (an actual journalist who once covered the crime beat for a newspaper) and Ian Chappell (straight-talk from him at all times). Maybe, just maybe, the real decline in Australian cricket will be in the commentary box.