Selfies of me at home.
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Everything I love is on the table.
Everything I love is out to sea.
I’m not alone,
I’ll never be.
Into the bone,
I’ll never grieve.
My Arrested Development [Responsible] Viewing Calendar Leading Up To Season 4 Premiere on Netflix!
So, a couple of my friends and I wanted to watch all the other seasons of Arrested Development leading up to the Sunday, May 26th, Season 4 premiere on Netflix. Since most of us [responsible adults] work 9 or so hour days, so I decided to come up with a somewhat more responsible way of breaking up the viewings.
I figured since there are 22 episodes in Season 1, 18 episodes in Season 2, and 13 episodes in Season 3, at roughly 22 minutes an episode, that is a total of about 1,166 hours or 19 hours and 26 minutes of Arrested Development. With a total of 484 minutes [8 hours and 4 minutes] in Season 1, 396 minutes [6 hours and 36 minutes] in Season 2, and 286 minutes [4 hours and 46 minutes] in Season 3, breaking the seasons in half, with the exception of Season 3 which is viewed on a Saturday, you would only need to watch and average of 220 minutes [3 hours and 40 minutes] of TV a day. For those that work a 9-5, that’s plenty of time to come home from work, eat dinner and get things rolling at 7PM, finishing at around 11PM.
Let’s be real, I just wanted an excuse to do some math and draw a banana stand and staircar. Yay May 26th!
»edit: Thanks for the reminder Jamie! Monday will now be filled with a slot for the Arrested Development Documentary!«