(okay to be more accurate I was raised mostly on books and I only began raising myself on TV around age 13...but I still turned out perfect.)
In other news:
-Speaking of Tumblr + gifs, I saw that both Castle and Sleepy Hollow's premieres got rather low ratings (series lows, in Castle's case), and my immediate reaction was this.
-I wasted 20 minutes whipping up this chart the other day and I regret nothing:
"What shows do you watch?"
"IDK I HAVE A VERY COMPLICATED MANAGEMENT SYSTEM HERE."
Remember how I told you once in college that I like to imagine all the shows I watch as horses?
As explained on Tumblr: the show stable is for what I’m actually watching on a weekly basis right now, but that’s only a small part of what I love. Further complicating matters, the show stable is also usually comprised of shows that I keep up with because I don’t love them – they’re easy to get an hour of entertainment out of and then never think about again.
Front Pasture: shows in the off season (or ended) that I nevertheless am still obsessed with on a daily basis and/or love more than the show stable. (Glee and The Office frequently hang out here if it’s otherwise empty, as do Friends and How I Met Your Mother.)
Back Pasture: shows I plan to start watching soon, but am not quite emotionally ready to add into the mix.
Off on the Range: shows I am WAY behind on and/or will not catch up with until midseason/summer, but nevertheless want to claim ownership of so nobody thinks they are as unimportant to me as Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. or something.
-Today I skipped off to an estate sale on the premise of "6800 square foot house" and the phrase "my mother was a CLEAN hoarder," and I was not disappointed when I retrieved a Baby Quackers (My Little Pony) from the basement and took her home for a dollar.