Grimm, Bones, The Big Bang Theory, what other shows are possibly ending? I trained myself to not get caught up in any shows, because I would usually be busy at some point. Adulthood. But, when I do get to look at TV, I would hope it'd be something I already enjoy. Of these, Grimm I watched from the beginning and have had interruptions. Bones, I don't remember how or when I started watching. I used to listen to audio books by the lady it's based on and had enjoyed. It can be a bit too much for me sometime, but I still enjoy it. I started watching the Big Bang Theory, because my mom suggested it. It took a bit, but I enjoy it now.
Well, I have some new shows to enjoy, but most are reruns of shows I didn't like before or hadn't enjoyed in the beginning. 2 Broke Girls is funny, but very crude and belligerent. It also expresses a lot of the way those who have had are dark past deal and those who have gone through extreme changes tries to make sense of it all. Friends, is something I thought I'd never really enjoy, along with Seinfeld. They made no sense to me at all, now they are tolerable and I can see the connection more. Two and a Half Men was just repulsive. It's still disturbing, but the whole thought process it puts me through is interesting enough that I watch, laugh, get mad, cry, whatever. The whole situation wouldn't have been so dire if Charlie hadn't bonded with Allen's lawyer and then she allowed it to influence her work.
What if she'd hadn't? What if Sheldon dated Penny? A lot of what-ifs exists. I guess that's TV. I try to understand the logic and idea of the shows foremost, I guess. Then how relate to the characters. That's when it can get depressing or disturbing. The ones that make me laugh the most, bring the most tears of memories and realizations.
Anyway, a lot of shows are a product of Chuck Lorre, so they have those vanity cards I can't read at the end. It just will have to be a treat if I ever get to watch dvds of them. I started remembering what I'd began looking in to over a decade ago. I thought about screenwriting, through the New York Film Academy. I enjoy writing and I have stories to tell, but I'd like to do more with them. Needless to say I didn't go, for various reasons. But, what if? I have done a lot since then. I've graduated in to two different professional fields, one a dream, one a professor's suggestion. I've dealt with a lot of personal issues from my past, while facing my inevitable fate. Gaining, losing, in limbo. In a place in my life I've never wanted to be. I'm not dieting, so that's good. I'm also not going to, nor do I feel like, killing anybody. I just feel there must be more. So, I'm here. Baring my all, but not. Reliving life in a loopy line. I don't believe I'm the only one. But that's sad, too.
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