On Binge-Watching

Though the Washington Post’s annual list of what’s in and what’s out placed binge-listening high above binge-watching, I’m not so sure.  I’m caught up on The Joy the Baker Podcast, and I finished Serial.  So when I’m relaxing after work, dear readers, I turn to Veronica Mars.  I have a bunch of friends who watched it live, and even more who started it once it was over.  It seems like another one of those shows with a cult following; one of those shows that blew up even more once you could stream it, a la Friday Night Lights.  I’m glad I picked it up after the fact, because I get to enjoy the guest stars ten times more, knowing what the future holds for them.

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Like Blair Waldorf.  This is just comical because Veronica introduces her by explaining, “Carrie has had a long and storied reign as the gossip queen of Neptune High.”  The gossip queen.  You can’t make this stuff up.  Her parents called a conference with her teacher at one point because she was worried that a B would keep her out of an Ivy League school.  You know you love it. (source)

Here are a couple of others:

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  1. Pingback: February Reads [+ one little word – february] | a glass of milk

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