Remember the days before everyone was downloading
episodes of whatever took their fancy or before TIVO existed?
Yes, you actually had to stick to a TV time table and couldn't
just sit down one Saturday afternoon to watch the entire 200 seasons
of Friends in one go.
Dan and I are going old school again, watching "Crossfire Hurricane"
on ABC 2. They decided to split up the documentary into 3 or 4 parts (I am yet to find out) and the excitement that is building up in between every part is pretty fantastic. Try it. It's quite refreshing not to get everything you want to see straight away. It's like actually reading a book and not just looking up the content on Wikipedia. Greatness.