When Nothing Is On Television

In this day and age, it’s almost impossible to NOT find something on TV. I mean, let’s be real: I have nearly 600 channels on my digital cable plan. That’s a lot of television.

But, at the same time, I can’t find anything to watch.

Now, I’m not very picky about my shows. I pretty much watch whatever is on. But, its not like I want to watch what I’m watching. In fact, half the time I end up giving up and turning off the television altogether.

 

It’s a sad occurrence.

But anyway, why can’t I find anything on television? I like to be entertained, and frankly, there’s not much on television that’s entertaining anymore. It’s almost mind-numbing, in fact. I really can’t find anything worth watching nowadays. Even when there are movies on TV, I can’t seem to find anything that interests me. It’s almost embarrassing.

Embarrassing, you ask? Well, think about it. Everyone goes around talking about this TV show, or that TV show, and here I am: stuck. I’m stuck without any information about these shows. I have nothing to talk about! I can’t make small talk with my friends when they talk about TV shows because I’m so uninformed. It’s a problem.

I’m the same with movies. I haven’t seen enough of them to relate to any conversation about movies. It’s pretty embarrassing.

But, back to the topic of this post: I just can’t believe nothing good is on TV. It’s boring!

Either that, or I just don’t watch enough TV to be entertained. And when I want to watch TV, there’s nothing good on. Like late at night.

 

Oh well.

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1 Response to “When Nothing Is On Television”


  1. 1 lindsey December 1, 2010 at 11:52 PM

    You should be happy that you don’t know what your friends are talking about! Tv is just a mindless thing that us americans have became so attached to. Now that’s embarrassing! What if oboma took tv away from usa what would happen!? I bet people would go insane (not really lol but you get it) … I hate tv! Yet I find myself watching the mindless crap all the time!


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