Re: The Great Movies on TCM
I laugh occasionally at the show and anytime I do Sam's response is always the same - "See!? I told you it was good!" I have to explain to her that I'm a pretty easy laugh and that even if I'm laughing at a show it doesn't mean I necessarily like it. She then proceeds to tell me that I just don't want to admit that I like the show. That always pisses me off. Why wouldn't admit to liking a show? If I like it, I'd want to watch it. I don't want to watch Spongebob. That's because I don't like it!
Also, if I have to hear one more time that Spongebob "has more going on than just being a kiddie show", I'm going to bash my head into a wall a thousand times. It doesn't! I've heard that from just about every adult that likes the show. It's as if they want to justify their enjoyment by claiming the show has some level of sophistication that it doesn't have. A few semi-clever references here and there doesn't give the show depth. Just enjoy it and stop trying to convince me that I'm missing out on some Earth-shattering cartoon.
If you've figured out how to do this, or ever do figure it out, please let me know. I already need to make space on mine and it's like a month old. Sometimes I think we're interested in too many movies for our own good. I had to make the decision to delete The Great Dictator
because I'd already seen it and it was taking up too much space. I hate having to delete something I didn't watch, even if I've seen it already. This should not be a source of stress. Yet...