Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Six Feet Under, Again

I stayed up until 1:45 AM last night because I lack all self-control when it comes to watching one of my favorite television shows Six Feet Under. I had discs two through four and enjoyed them. Because I have to know the ending of movies, books, and shows, I had read the episode guides online. I knew what was going to happen. Something sad happens. I won't ruin it for you, but I found myself on the couch crying buckets.

I usually do not cry at movies or television shows, but this was particularly sad. I always find it amazing how a character that doesn't really exist can get a person unglued. For example, I was sad for David who is a character in the show. He doesn't exist, yet there I sit, crying with that throat thing. The throat thing where you think your throat is going to explode because you are holding in your tears. I think it is because David could be anyone or everyone.

4 comments:

pat said...

I don't understand watching the episode guide before you actually see it. My mom reads soap opera guides online, but only because she can't be home to watch them. my friend Jumi bought the last three harry potter books and read the end before she read the whole book. i will never understand this. ever.

pat said...

oh and i just saw your thing about not eating mcdonalds. i'm doing something similar. at the beginning of the year i swore that i would not eat fast food or drink any softdrinks for the entire year. i had about a two week period where i broke my fast food thing, but i haven't had any softdrinks, diet or otherwise, since december 31. and i've only eaten fast food about 6 times.

Bongi-Amma said...

i just finished watching the last episode of the last season, it was phenomenal!

Anonymous said...

Like Jack Dawson. Nothing will ever approach that apex of cinnematic history.