What will your life look like 3 years from now?
Some of you may be facing 3 more years of the same old, same old status quo. Others may be on the precipice of major changes and choices in life.
But wouldn’t it be cool to jump 3 years into the future to get a glance at how things will pan out?
That’s what “Parks and Recreation” did on their recent season finale. Not to give anything away, but the final scene took Leslie Knope and her Pawnee crew on a bold leap , skipping over 3 years and settling into the near future where the next season will take place. Continue reading
I used to watch “The Walking Dead” religiously.
The first season was one of the best I’d ever seen – suspenseful, surprising, and wildly entertaining. I could not contain my excitement for season two.
Then Rick Grimes and his crew showed up on Herschel’s farm. Everything went downhill from there for me.
I plugged along and kept hoping the show would return to the fine form of season 1. But halfway through season 3 I realized something.
I was becoming the audience equivalent of a walker – a television zombie.
I was not watching “The Walking Dead” anymore because I liked it. I was watching out of habit and hating myself for it.
This is not me trying to dissuade you from watching “The Walking Dead”. 16 million people still seem to be really enjoying it. If you’re one of those people, keep cheering on Daryl and the gang.
This post is me challenging you to not become a television zombie. Continue reading
What did you think of “The Office” series finale last night? Was it everything you ever hoped for, or did it make you want to toss the series aside like a worthless piece of paper?
Whatever your thoughts, let’s celebrate what “The Office” gave us over the past 8 years. Let’s follow their lead in these blooper reels and laugh off all the mistakes and shortcomings. Let’s remember the good times and rejoice in this new day with an hour’s worth of giggles: Continue reading
Not every story gets a happy ending.
After 8 years and nearly 200 episodes, I’m worried “The Office” will become one of those stories.
After dismissing the show when it first premiered as yet another soulless remake of a British series, I fell in love with the Dunder Mifflin drones through DVD marathons of the first 3 seasons.
My friends and I watched and rewatched Jim’s slow and subtle courtship of Pam, Michael’s tasteless jokes, and Dwight’s beet-loving eccentricities over beach trips and long afternoons when we should have been studying instead.
Now with the finale airing tonight on at 8 PM on NBC, “The Office” comes to the end of its story. For diehard fans, this comes with disappointment and with relief. Continue reading