You might think I’m exaggerating when I tell you that my mind is a total blank right now. But I’m not. I am not exaggerating. Because I NEVER exaggerate.
I think the problem lies with the Benadryl I took earlier in the day. And, yes, I know there are other medications I can take for allergies but they all make me feel like a slightly better version than death so I might as well dance with the one that brung me.
I don’t even know what that means.
And there’s also the option of taking Sudafed but it causes me to be all hyped up and, frankly, if I have a choice between being overly excited or completely lethargic, I’ll take completely lethargic for $100, Alex. At least that way I can just sit on the couch and try to work my way through all the new shows filling up my DVR.
Speaking of new shows, I’d love for you to share your thoughts on the new T.V. season. Are there any new shows that you’re adding to your rotation? Any must see T.V. that I need to know about?
So far I’ve recorded Undercovers and then deleted it before I ever watched it because it didn’t get great reviews and I felt that it might be an hour of my life I’d never get back. I also recorded My Generation on ABC and watched it the other day. It has a good premise but OH MY WORD the acting is horrendous and the whole thing made me want to bury my head in a pillow several times. Which means I’ll definitely watch it again this week. And every week from now until its almost certain cancellation.
I can always be counted on to pick the absolute dog of the new season. Several years ago I even managed to get Gulley hooked on a show called Reunion (apparently I am very drawn to shows about people who have known each other since high school and all find themselves back together in a big quagmire of drama) and it was cancelled after about eight shows and we never found out who killed one of the other characters. It was a heartbreaker.
The other new show I meant to try, but forgot to record, is Blue Bloods with Tom Selleck because MAGNUM P.I. Plus it comes on Friday nights and I could use a Friday night show to get my weekend started.
The words you’re looking for are pathetic and sad.
And, also, ragweed sufferer. Which has nothing to do with T.V. but everything to do with Benadryl.
Other than that, I can’t think of anything else I’m interested in adding to my weekly watching schedule. Am I missing anything good?