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.


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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