In the Foundation series, every time there is a "Seldon Crisis", Hari Seldon appears in a Time Vault and updates the citizens of the Foundation on the latest crisis. He discusses why the last crisis happened, how it was resolved, and why it was necessary for the evolution of the Foundation. For Salvor Hardin's two crises, the reader joins the Foundation in watching Seldon's speeches in the Time Vault. For Hober Mallow's crisis, and the victory against the empire, the reader and the Foundation do not see Seldon's speeches. It is explicitly mentioned in Foundation and Empire that nobody bothered to watch Seldon for these last Time Vault appearances.
My question is: Why would the citizens of the Foundation skip these speeches? Yes, they had already overcome the crises so it may not have been considered as important as the first crisis when Seldon reveals the true nature of the Foundation and alludes to the Anacreonian crisis. However, considering that the Foundation essentially considers him a deity who controls their destinies, it seems crazy that they would have just not bothered to show up. I can understand Asimov leaving out the speeches and then later alluding to them having been seen by the Foundation, but why did he explicitly mention that nobody had bothered to watch them?