Friday, September 9, 2011
Clearing Out The DVR
Short and sweet tonight! I'm starting to worry. My DVR is almost at full capacity and the Fall Television Season is about to start. Since The Emmys are next week, I thought this weekend would be a good time to buckle down and watch some of my taped content.
I really want to see Contagion, but I won't. Can I admit that I almost said catch and I was going to put it in quotation marks? I refrained. That was close.
I also promised myself I would not rent a movie. I watched so many DVDs that I have not written reviews for! I'm a movie addict though and I could not resist renting Everything Must Go. In some sort of crazy karma, the disc messed up right at a pivotal scene. I have to try it on another DVD player, but maybe I'm being punished.
So what do I have to watch? Well, I taped every episode of Falling Skies and haven't seen one minute of it. I also have about eight episodes of Wilfred, a show I'm totally digging, it's just not a must see right now. I also have about six episodes of Awkward, currently on MTV. This showed looked potential funny to me.
What else? Ah, movies, movies and more movies. If I see something good is coming up I tape it. I recorded Easy Rider for my "Can You Believe I Haven't seen" series. Then I got super excited when I saw that, My Beautiful Launderette was coming on. I haven't seen that in years. I can't wait to watch it with my daughter. Same goes for The Closet. Hilarious movie that I'd love to see again.
Could I possibly have anything else? Well I have some real old stuff I still haven't watched. I have three episodes of Our America with Lisa Ling. I also never finished The Kids in the Hall mini-series Death Comes To Town. Oh, I just remembered I have a few episodes of Rhett & Link from IFC. Wow, I really have my work cut out for me.
How about you? Are you as bad as I am? Do you load up tons of stuff, planning to watch and then your back is against the wall? Tell me some of the stuff you have and still haven't watched. It will really make me feel better!
Posted by Colleen at 11:12 PM