Originally Posted by c3shooter
Could only add that when someone asks "Did you see the episode of 'Faintly Farnsworth' on TV last night?"- and I reply, "No, I don't watch that show."- that was NOT an invitation to give me a blow-by-blow of the show. If I had said "No- I really like it, but had to rush my goldfish to the vet last night-" THAT might be an invite to tell me all about how Farnsworth and his girlfriend got caught in the penguin hatchery. Otherwise, stifle yourself. If I wanted to watch it- I would.
also. Years ago, I got the same s**t with "Cheers" and "Seinfeld" (I don't think he's funny, either). Sorry if anyone liked it but network comedies (or just about everything
on the "Big 4) don't interest me in the slightest. Someone would ask me if I saw the latest episode and when I'd inform them that I don't like or watch the show, I'd get that wide-eyed, "you've got to be s**tting me" look. Then the blow by blow of the show would start and I'd walk away telling them to STFU. I've never understood what some people don't understand about "I don't like the f**king show