Or at least, I get DVDs of the best shows and watch them without commercials. A year later. Because I’m cheap and don’t want to pay for cable.
(But broadcast TV is free! you might say. Usually, you would be right, except DeKalb is in the middle of a vast sea of corn and is nowhere near any broadcast television station. We must purchase cable to get the free stations. This explains why DVD rentals are through the roof at the library, and why VHS is still popular. Anyway, I hate commercials and I hate most of what’s on, so we don’t have cable TV. So there.)
We have the Netflix, and we love it for its vast array of TV shows with which to occupy our time (or to provide us with knitting time), such as the following:
And here’s our attempt at the create-your-own TV, courtesy of YouTube and House on the Rock. It’s a wee bit lame, but it’s our first attempt at the video function on our digital camera. Thanks to Nick for (… filming? digitizing?) this beauteous display of magic.