I just found my new favorite show. And also why my kids don’t eat bananas.
Took the kids to a science experiment center last weekend. As we entered one of the live shows, the woman at the microphone said, “Welcome! Sorry about the accident at the previous show. We’re all set to go again!” And then the door closed, trapping us inside.
I currently have two television shows I’m following: The Walking Dead and Downton Abbey. Yes, I’m a gal of many tastes.
I think if you’re going to follow any shows on t.v., you have to make sure you don’t confuse them. Luckily, I’m able to realize that Downton Abbey is probably not the show where a person just ripped someone’s arm off and ate his brain. Of course I’m not caught up with all the seasons yet, so I could be wrong. War is tough and they were low on food rations back then.
I find it interesting that when we watch the cast of The Walking Dead, we think about how much they must stink with all that blood and those ragged clothes. Yet, do we ever stop to think about how rarely people bathed back in the early 1900s? This might be something similar between the two shows.
My advice if you would also like to follow these shows – Downton Abbey is fine to watch at lunch or dinner. You might want to save The Walking Dead for a time when food is not involved.
(I’d like to add, when I did an image search, I found I wasn’t the only one to think of this subject.)
I once had a great idea for a talk show hosted by howler monkeys. Each week, there would be a new celebrity guest escorted into a room with a family of howler monkeys. That’s about as far as it goes. You don’t really need any other plan. Just let the cameras roll. Pure entertainment.
One thing that makes television fun to watch over here is the way they translate the titles. There is a show on every evening listed as, “I Have Become Bitten.” I’ve never actually looked at the show but I think I should. It certainly sounds interesting. I wonder what it could be. Obviously someone is bitten each week and not overly concerned about it.