…Blur The Line
Sweeps week has come and gone, and now we’re beginning to see the wreckage.
For those of you who don’t know what that first sentence means, you probably don’t own a television.
For the rest of us, well, a lot of us are getting really nervous, because we all know what comes after sweeps…
Okay, that’s a bit over dramatic. But for some of us television-addicts it can feel like that.
Yes, I’m talking to you “Community” fans (your show is not canceled). It’s going to be okay (still, not canceled), you’ll make it through these dark months together.
Considering the kind of response a show that isn’t even canceled (did it register this time?) is getting; you can only imagine what’s going to happen once networks start actually putting shows on the chopping block.
We’re creatures of habit, and we don’t like it when our emotional attachments to fictional characters are threatened. We hold on tight, dig our heals in, and usually have no effect on the network’s decision (you’re welcome “Chuck”).
Lucky for us, for every fictional friend we lose there’s three waiting to take its place (if only for a short while).
Those of you still freaking out over the fate of your favorite show (“Community”), don’t think of this as the end (seriously, your show is not canceled). Think of it as an extended goodbye (you have to admit it’s an inevitability).
…just for fun: