Maybe I am the only one who feels the absolute boredom of today. I blame today on yesterday, at least in part. Last night was a waste of airwaves (I do not care what anyone says about Men in Trees) and while next week I will be extremely happy for a mid-week-catch-up-on-shows-that-conflicted day, right now I wish I had brought a movie to work. I actually considered grabbing something off my DVD shelf on my way out the door this morning, but I thought that might be missing the whole concept of "work."
Is is not that there is nothing to look forward to. Quality NBC comedy tonight, the best show ever tomorrow night. And it is not that I have nothing to talk about. It might be that I have too much to talk about and my thoughts are all scattered around. My un-focus and boredom are breeding some serious anxiety. Will I be able to withstand Michelle Trachtenberg, the most annoying actress in the history of evolved humanity, on Gossip Girl, even for a single episode? Will The Office ever be as good again, or are we doomed to watch the slow decline into scenarios so humiliating it is completely unwatchable? Is Dean really going to die? Will Lyla and Tim get back together, and if they do will it work? Why, oh why, is there even talk of a Justin/Rebecca romantic story line on Brothers & Sisters? I just do not think that there is any way they can write such a thing so that it does not feel incestuous and gross. Is it just a matter of time before Wayne and Dahlia split up? Are there really no humans, just Cylons? Can I actually, as just one woman, do anything to stop the horror that is Grey's Anatomy? Is Smallville a good argument for physician assisted suicide?
Before this gets too dark I am going to take a breath, find something online to occupy my time, and wait it out until 7:30.
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- I guess you would like to know a little bit about the person making all these proclamations upon good taste and horrid characters. I'm Andrea and when I was 15 I fell in love. An hour after meeting "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" I was forever altered in the way only love can, and I never questioned for one minute afterwards that television offered me an amazing chance to experience lives and moments that I could never imagine. So now, when I'm not getting distracted by my real life, I write about TV. I also read, am finishing a Master's degree in English Literature, travel, am attempting to learn vegan cooking, am the 5th of 6 children, and drive my roommate nuts by constantly cleaning our already clean apartment. Now that we're old friends, time for you to take my opinions as the be all and end all.