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TV Tuesdays: Enlightened

Everybody I know knows I watch a lot of TV. Starting this week, I’ll start posting TV Shows I watch. They’re mostly sitcoms, though.

For my inaugural TV Tuesday post, I’m gonna write about Enlightened.

From Wikipedia:

Enlightened follows the story of Amy Jellicoe, a self-destructive executive, who, after a very public breakdown and a subsequent philosophical awakening in rehabilitation, tries to get her life back together.

The HBO Dramedy was created by Laura Dern and Mike White, and sometimes has Luke Wilson (as Laura’s estranged ex-husband).

Laura Dern, basang-basa sa ulan.
Mike White is awesome.
Luke Wilson is extra-awesome.
Timm Sharp is also here. Remember him from Undeclared?

What I like about this show is that I can relate to it in the sense that I’ve always been depressed which means, things don’t go very well for me no matter what. Sometimes, I feel like a leper when I’m around people (which is how some of the characters of the show treat Amy sometimes).

So, if you’re down and troubled, you can count on Laura Dern to make you feel better about yourself.

Filed under: couch potato, enlightened, hbo, laura dern, luke wilson, mike white, timm sharp, tv shows, tv tuesday

Sedentary Lifestyle

A.K.A. slacking off, couch potato person, sofa spud.

In other words, my life.
I bet, from those first two sentences, you’ll know exactly how I learned the term Sedentary Lifestyle. Yes, from browsing the internet too much.
Here’s another term to ponder on: Visceral Fat. It really sounded catchy, which is why I googled it as soon as I read it. In layman’s terms, it’s fat on your belly. Fat you get for having a sedentary lifestyle.
Cool. Now I can stop wondering why I have a big belly despite not drinking alcohol at all.
Go read up on them yourself. I feel too lazy (even on the internet) to explain, darnit. Too lazy. Even on the internet. Probably why I’m blogging like this right now. Laziness.
So now I’m planning on maybe playing basketball again to burn all the ‘potential energy’ stored in my mid-section. Well, at least that’s the plan. You all know how I am with execution.

Filed under: about me, couch potato, sedentary lifestyle, visceral fat