Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Giving up on TV

I think I'm giving up on TV. It's crazy how being out of town so much with the tour has caused me to not watch TV. So now every time I'm home I try to watch the shows I enjoyed before the tour and they stink. They are either filthier than I remember or disappoint and make me feel like I'm waisting precious time....when you only have 10 hours at home you prioritize a little better. :) Sooo anyone out there have any favorite TV shows???....if not I might just give up on TV all together. I'm hanging on to American Idol, which I've finally gotten into, but other than that I've un-TiVoed all my other used to be favorites.

7 comments:

Brad Giddens said...

I stick with Lost and The Office. Great shows and you can watch them online if you miss them live.

Hope you and Daniel are doing well.

Tony Hill said...

Eli Stone -
God is a big part of the show too... pretty cool for an ABC show. He's a lawyer turned - modern day profit, directed by God to take cases for good causes, to help the needy/helpless/poor/save lives/etc.. It's funny, quirky, clean and always has a good message.

Mel and I love it :)

David and Lori Plus 8 said...

American Idol is it for me....who has time for more? I almost asked if we could reschedule our community group night just for the AI season...I hate missing results night. WHEN ARE YOU GUYS GONNA BE BACK????

stephen lee cavness said...

the office is pretty much the only thing i watch besides sportscenter..

glad to hear that life on the road is a sanctifier!

OKeedokey said...

I agree.
TV gets pretty stupid now a days.
We are big Discovery, Food Network and Travel channel watchers. I also like Monk on USA.

One of my most favorite is America's Funniest Video!! That show always puts me in a better mood.

Extreme Home Makeover is a good one too.

Emily Doss said...

steven lee caveness...I wouldn't really use the word "sanctifier" to describe my life on the road- or my choice to not watch as much tv- maybe that will prompt another post about how living on the road has changed me and my views on life, or maybe I'll just keep this a fun little nice blog instead. ha!

stephen lee cavness said...

i forgive you for mispelling my first name.. even though we have spent long conversations about it...

i will forgive you for misspelling my last name.. even though you have known it for years...

i will not forgive you for *not* replying..
"the office??? i *love* the office!!!"