Tuesday, November 14, 2000

 
I can't wait to see tonight's Buffy and Angel -- I have to tape them, since I'm going to be out tonight, but I always do that anyways. Dru is back, and so I'm looking forward to it. I'm a bit frustrated that there is so much Television on Tuesday night that I'd like to watch, but don't get to, where I don't watch a lot of television the rest of the week. I've missed That 70's Show all season so far, and I'd really like to catch the repeats of Freaks and Geeks, because I get the impression that it might hit real close to home, and I never watched it when it was originally on. (But then, who did?) But Buffy and Angel are my first priority when it comes to television every week.

Otherwise, I'm not watching much. The X-Files might have picked up a bit with the fresh blood, and a necessary reinvention, by changing it so that Scully is the Believer and the new agent is the skeptic. A long running TV series really needs to reinvent itself from time to time. I also usually watch Futurama and the Simpsons, but that's really about it for television shows that are on weekly. I haven't watched a conventional sit-com in years; I had a "must see TV" phase when Friends first started out, and there were some other sit-coms that I was really fond of in the early-to-mid 1990s, but I haven't watched a new one in years, probably since I moved back to Minneapolis.

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