Fall TV is too much

I don't know exactly why I'm taking notice more than before.  Am I sucked in more? Am I actually watching more TV? Did I care less before?  Whatever the case may be, about a week into the new season of fall TV I started to feel like a lazybones ass.  (I'm sure the fact that I spent most of the summer having trouble moving forward on a new script was a contributing factor.) 

Here are the shows that our DVR currently records that I at least intended to watch:
Monday: Heroes, Terminator: Sarah Connor Chronicles
Tuesday:  -
Wednesday: Project: Runway, South Park, Pushing Daisies
Thursday: The Office, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Sarah Silverman Program, 30 Rock
Friday: Real Time with Bill Maher
Saturday: Saturday Night Live
Sunday:  Dexter, Californication, Entourage, True Blood, Amazing Race, Mad Men
Monday-Thursday:  Daily Show, Colbert Report

True Blood sucks so I axed that after a single week.  Heroes is on the cusp of being cut right now.  SNL is great on DVR because you can skip all the crappy sketches.  Is it not as bad as I think it is?  I actually haven't watched the last three eps of Terminator so maybe that will be cut as well, only to catch up in some sort of marathon online viewing in the future.

I've actually been writing a bit lately...so maybe my little effort to cut back is working.  Or maybe the writing is making me want to cut back.  I'm not exactly sure.

Oh yeah...and there's that editing thing.  I got a book.  We'll see how far I get.  Probably just far enough that I shouldn't be wasting time watching the Amazing Race.

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