I just heard that
September 2, 2010 ---> 9.02.10 ---> 90210
I have never seen an episode of 90210 myself. But I listened to several while sitting in my first apartment when I was 18 years old. I had three roommates who were obsessed. They monopolized the TV with 90210 marathons. Instead of joining in, I sat in my room rolling my eyes at how absurd they were. Did they even remember there was life going on outside of our apartment in a different zip code???
Eleven years later, present day, I kind of get it. I don't usually watch much TV, but lately, I've been a little caught up in watching this little obscure series from episode one.
Equally as pathetic as my roommates of yesteryear. Oh trust me. I'm ashamed my attention has been diverted so. I know I have a problem. I am just not willing to drop it until I reach the end. Since I started at episode one, it's like that whole having to read a book or watch a movie from beginning to end thing. There is no choice. It MUST be done.
You know you've been watching too much Grey's Anatomy when:
*you've decided between McDreamy and McSteamy
*you take your son to the doctor and he frets that they are going to "cut me open and pull out my insides"
*your husband asks how your day was and the only human interactions you can think of are ones wearing blue scrubs.
*no one in your family has clean underwear
*popcorn sounds like a great lunch
*you get the hiccups, but fight the urge to run screaming to the local ER because you feel certain your aorta is about to tear away from the pericardial wall.
Come on. Admit it. You've been hooked on some TV series before. Maybe it was Lost or MASH, but something swept you away from the dishes and laundry and real life for a period of time. Just fess up. At least it will make me feel better.
Happy 90210 Day to my roommates out there!