Nope, you didn't miss anything. Season 2 starts in Oct 2011.
All the reruns on PBS led me to believe that Roughcut and Woodsmith were both having troubles getting new episodes to the screen. Glad to see that is not the case.
As far as the original topic, here is my $.02. I don't watch the show for English or Grammar lessons, I watch it to benefit from the knowledge of someone who is a talented and obviously much better skilled craftsman than I am, so that I may learn more about the hobby that I love and enjoy so much. Anybody who focuses on the words instead of the message is just selling themselves short of the point of the show itself. Besides, most of the wording that was mentioned was in season 1. There is a lot of growth and learning that someone does in their first show season, as well as likely some serious nerves involved as well. I don't think anyone here could do better on their first television show, and I applaud Tommy for his works and instructionals. No show is perfect, and a good show will grow as time moves on. I know Roughcut will be no exception. It is just sad when people like me log into a forum for the first time discussing a hobby show and instead of seeing constructive threads, the site is immediately stunk up with the smell of glue coming from an obviously dead horse. Tommy MacDonald put together (along with the help of many other fine people, no doubt) a quality television show, and is reciprocated with childish negativity. One of the few times we have failed the show as viewers instead of the other way around.