So, a million points to anyone who knows what the title of this blog post means (my Carl, you can’t play)! Any guesses? Does this help?
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Okay, so probably not. Well, it’s an amazing detective show that ran from 1967 until 1975. You can read all about here, and let’s just say that I didn’t quite see it on television initially, but I love it so, so much now. We ordered it from Netflix quite a while ago, and for some reason, it is serious comfort-television for me! Do you know what I mean? For me it’s a show that I can put on and feel like everything is okay with the world. Of course watching it now it’s still a pretty great show (some older shows are now so un-watchable for so many reasons) with great characters and the very big added bonus for me to see LA in the 1960s with the sets and the fashions! Half of the time I am looking at what the characters are wearing and a fantastic piece of furniture in the background instead of paying attention to the story line. To be fair, I’m also looking at the details of how the rooms are decorated and whatever else I can see in each scene – there’s so much to see! Like all great television shows, in the beginning of the episode there is a problem, and by the end, it’s all solved. All that comfort (and great design) in less than 1 hour. I’ll take it!
What about you? Do you have an comfort-television shows?