While I was reading some blog about Donny Osmond on Dancing with the Stars, I was lead to a link on Hulu. Hulu? What is that? It's cable for your computer.
I don't know about you, but I really can't stand to watch TV these days. My favorite day is Wednesday because I can watch NCIS on USA. Otherwise there really isn't a lot on. There is V, but I'm forgetting to TIVO it, then there is Desperate Housewives, but otherwise, I'm just flipping around just trying to find something with a storyline.
So today, I found Hulu. It’s a website that offers tons of shows for free, and return you have to sit through a couple of 30 second commercials. Honestly I don’t think there are two minutes worth of commercials. There are tons of shows to click on, such as the pilot for V that I missed the first critical 15 minutes. I'm going to watch it, but today I watched a Lou Grant episode. It was great. I loved looking at the dial telephones, metal desks, and the 70's cars driving by and in fact I enjoyed storyline. Next time Monday or Tuesday rolls around and I want to watch some TV and WWF is on instead of NCIS, I am tuning into Hulu. So, my husband has called me a geek for watching 70's and 80's programming. What can I say, I'm a child of the 70's and the 80's. I’m sure I will be watching Rhoda, Mary Tyler Moore or even 21 Jump Street down the road.
PS my husband is watching Lou Grant right now, who really is the geek?