When a TV show’s over after a dozen successful seasons and there’s an emotional ballad playing over shots of the cast bathing in a strong reminiscent glow, you feel like giving everyone in the show a big warm hug. But even if that were possible, it would probably be a very awkward experience. However, hugging a CD seems like an oddly appropriate response. You can’t find most TV shows in such primitive forms these days. But even if they were, CDs are way too small for a good hug. Thank goodness we can entertain such thoughts albeit only in our heads and on paper.
P.S. I know this looks weird but when conceived the thought was purged of any jejuneness by the overwhelming ending of a TV show I just finished. LOL
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I literally feel sad when my favorite shows end. Black Ish, an ABC show I love to watch, is ending soon and I want to cry.
Love your blog, it’s so relatable!!
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I know right!! I don’t know which is harder: saying goodbye to something you just binge-watched or a show that you watched over like a decade. Cause I sorta lose myself completely in whatever I watch