True story. A week of snow days means we worked our way through quite a bit of the Disney catalogue, caught up on new seasons of old classics, and somehow managed to obliterate our data cap (which, if I’m not mistaken, is 500 gigs a month). We got faster internet a while back, which came with a bump in data (from 300 gigs to 500 gigs) for ten dollars cheaper a month without a contract (go figure!), but it looks like even that isn’t enough if we’re all stuck inside streaming our own thing on different devices. Luckily for me, it’s definitely the odd month out, we don’t typically spend that much time watching tv.
that being said, we are prone to binge watching stuff. This week, it was some cheerleading reality show on Netflix. SO MUCH DRAMA! It sucks me in.
This is a true story (well, all except the last panel, although the thought has crossed my mind). Prime, Netflix, Disney +… I’m still under the cost of cable, but we’re getting pretty close, especially seeing as most cable packages these days offer streaming of episode backlogs.
My youngest daughter is at that age where every phrase coming out of her mouth is pure comedic gold. This was my favourite from yesterday!
Alright, alright, so it’s a bit juvenile. I just watched like 2 hours of netflix’s “Hyperdrive” so I’m very much in a giddy immature mood. That show is amazing by the way, and you need to watch it if you have A) ever played with hot wheels as a kid or B) just like joy. I mean, the announcers are a bit over the top, but everything about that show is over the top so it gets a pass.
Remember when everyone got Netflix and got rid of cable? Well, those dern’ cable companies have wised up and are wrecking the whole point of streaming services… which was (for me) the convenience of paying a little bit and getting a lot of content. I really want to watch battle star, and I’m definitely not getting “peacock.” What does that mean? I guess I’ll have to wait and buy it? Or have a wealthy friend who subscribes to every streaming service available and watch it a their house.
I don’t know if you’ve ever watched “Gilmore girls”, but it is on netflix, and it is funny, and you COULD totally watch it! It’s got witty writing and rapid delivery. there are many dated pop-culture references, but they don’t really detract from the show. Also, they use big words that i don’t know! so its educational. Anyway- this has been my review of a show that hasn’t had a new episode since 2007!