Known Johnson

February 28, 2006

Manifold density and the quake of meantime

Filed under: General — Tom @ 8:57 am

It’s Mardi Gras time again, and like most of you, I’ll be spending it as everyone else does: by getting lunch at Wendy’s. I know, such a cliché.

Tonight unfortunately begins the crowding of our television recording-and-viewing routine, what with the latest installment of The Amazing Race beginning and all. Tuesday night has been the easiest night of must-see TV for us – Gilmore Girls at 7 pm followed by Scrubs at 8 and 8:30, the only problem being that GG tends to run a minute or two late so we still wind up having to tape the first Scrubs episode so as not to miss anything. Tonight, however, things get more complicated – with the spillage of GG over the 8 o’clock hour, we will now have to watch the ending in another room in order to record both (because our DVR has two recorders in it – very cool) The Amazing Race and Scrubs with the latter being watched later in the week, probably over the weekend. And that means that Scrubs gets added into the queue of shows, just like Veronica Mars (the most satisfying hour on TV, by far – please watch it!) and the old dog, ER, that we have to figure out good times to watch so that we don’t get behind the ball on them. It’s a lot more stressful than it should be! I mean, come on, TV-scheduling people, there are two week nights with absolutely nothing that we watch – Monday and Friday. Spread things out a bit, give us a break. It’s not like we have a choice to not watch.

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