|Nobody would "binge watch"|
shit on VHS.
For some reason it’s cool to tell people you just binge watched every episode of “Game of Thrones” or “Mad Men” but when you tell people you just binge watched ever episode of “Family Ties” they look at you all weird. The only real reason to binge watch a show is so you can brag about it and discuss the show with others. There are just certain TV shows that are not socially acceptable to binge watch and discuss with people and here are the top 5:
Do people even know who Telly Savalas is anymore? No. The answer is no.
|This guy would have made a great Lex Luthor/Professor X/Mr. Clean.|
4. “The Monkees”
Only hipsters think “The Monkees” are the new Beatles and that’s just because they’re being ironic. No one these days really cares about The Monkees.
|They were like if The Beatles sucked.|
When you tell people you just binge watched “CHIPs” their response is usually “What? Did you get high and stare at the Pringles Man all day again?”
|What a delicious show.|
2. “Andy Griffith Show”
The Andy Griffith Show is a classic, but it’s hard to discuss it with people these days. People know of Barney Fife, they just don’t care to talk about it. There’s only so far these conversations can go.
|Try talking to people about the Andy Griffith Show at the club these days they'll look at you like you're crazy.|
And the number one TV show you shouldn’t binge watch is…
1. “Babylon 5”
A good way to communicate to someone that you rarely have sexual intercourse with other human beings is to tell them you just binge watched Babylon 5. Why would you do that? Why would you tell them that?
|This is about how long it'll take you to watch every episode of a space opera.|