May 28th, 2011, 07:36 PM #1
Spoilers *Spoilers* (heh... see what I did there?)
I just watched the episode of The Office from this past season where Michael Scott announces that he's leaving the show.
I was already well aware that he was leaving the show but then so was anybody else who watched it the day it actually aired because it had been announced a year in advance and there had been tons and tons of discussion about who would replace him.
BUT LET ME ASK YOU THIS..........
Wouldn't that episode have been a thousand times more interesting and that moment been a thousand times more memorable if you didn't know that was ultimately going to leave the show?
How is art served by the reporting on every stage of it's creation before it's completion?
I WANT MY WORLD WHERE I DIDN'T KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT EVERYTHING BEFORE IT EVEN HAPPENED BACK!!!
May 28th, 2011, 07:45 PM #2
Well, all you have to do Doc is remove yourself from everything. The internet, newspapers/magazines, television, radio...basically go Amish. I managed to avoid spoilers for the last episode of LOST for almost a month. It was some work, but it can be done. You can't have your internet and eat it too sir. This is an age of information...and age of Too Much information even. Adapt or die.
Originally Posted by Dr. Naysay