People do not watch enough television. Did that get your attention? It most likely did in this day and age of babysitting via the boob tube and blaming the obesity epidemic on sedentary habits (read: sitting on one’s ass watching TV). Well, despite your personal opinion on the issue, I stand by that statement. While I am sensitive to many social issues plaguing this country, my concerns do not rest with what many perceive as a medium rotting our minds. I’m much shallower than that – I just want my favorite shows to survive and thrive for many seasons to come.You see, I am a professed television junkie, and very proud of it. I’m the person who thinks TiVo is the greatest invention to surface in my lifetime (followed closely by plasma screens and sports bars). And if people don’t start watching more TV, the programs I dearly love (okay, that may be a bit strong – and strange) will not garner the required ratings to earn industry respect and remain on the air. That’s not an outcome that sits well with me. So, I have taken it upon myself to spread the gospel of some shows that have thus… Read full this story
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