We Are What We Watch.

If our lives seem like sitcoms, it’s because they are sitcoms.

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Courtesy of Dreamstime

“Golden Girls” was just the ticket to show how anyone could be stifled in Hollywood. Bea Arthur got stifled big time.

We like the clothes, the situations, the camaraderie, but if any of the cast in “90210” went down to Watts, they wouldn’t be brats anymore.

Downing eight Jell-O shots doesn’t exactly make you accountable. It was Lady’s Night afterall.

“There’s something about sameness people like,” George A. Romero noted. “That’s why I make zombie films different.”

We’re seeing life the way we “prefer” it. Maybe that doesn’t make us aware, but it doesn’t make us bad people, either.

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I did a poor imitation of Don Draper for 40 years before writing my first novel. I'm currently in the final stages of a children's book. Lucky me.

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