Wednesday, March 3, 2010

There's nothing on TV

There use to be so many good shows on TV, like Andy Griffith, I love Lucy, (this was my all time favorite).  These were the more wholesome shows that use to come on when I was little and I loved them.

You don't really see any kinds of shows like that anymore, you use to have Seventh Heaven and the Angel show.  (Sorry, I can't think of the name of that one.) 

Now everything is reality.  Don't get me wrong I love me some reality, Jersey Shore was a show I DID NOT miss.   I know it's trashy TV, but I was hooked.  I also love me some Survivor, this season is better than the last one I think.  Maybe that's because Colby's back. 

Last night, there was a ball game on and unless one of my kids are playing, I don't really care about it so I went to the bedroom to see what I could find on TV.  

I ended up watching Lost.  I think that must be one of those shows that you can jump in on any episode and it not matter.  You have a narrator, and stuff on the bottom of the screen explaining everything to you.  Don't get me wrong I like it, I do, I just don't really get it.

I was actually thinking of going back to the beginning of the show and trying to see if that may help.

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  1. Touched by an Angel!
    I used to love that show :)

    I think Lost is one of those shows you have to watch from the beginning. I've never gotten hooked on it but the people that love it are HOOKED!

  2. Seventh Heaven was one of my favorite television shows. LOVED it! I don't feel like there is much on that is wholesome. If you want wholesome, watch The Duggars...19 Kids and Counting. (My favorite)!

  3. You do have to watch Lost from the beginning...for sure. I was actually going to write a blog post about it. While I don't necessarily think it's got some hidden Christian message, there's so much about redemption and good vs. evil. I also like that the characters are flawed but you also see their hearts. It's kind of like Paul with the "I do the thing I don't want to do" kind of thing. I love that.

    Plus, as a writer, I love the way the writers have written such fully developed characters.
    It's on Netflix if you have that. I think you can also watch the whole thing on