You must have noticed by now - cable TV packages and subscription services on the Web are offering numerous options for watching classic television programming. Of course, syndication has ensured a unending stream of "Bewitched", "I Love Lucy", and "I Dream of Jeannie" reruns for decades now. But this phenomenon is different. Now you can enjoy the big hits AND many of the shows that flopped when they were initially released - "I'm Dickens, He's Fenster", "Car 54, Where Are You?", "The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.", for example. Ahhh...what a delicious waste of time! You can feel like a kid again.
And so, while millennials spin their wheels chasing the latest "disruptive" fad, fogies are settling back into their couches and wheelchairs and watching crappy retro programming in black and white. Mindless, tiresome, predictable tripe.
Why, it's almost like watching popular music videos, Kim Kardashian, or "The Real Housewives of Every Major City in the USA Who Act Exactly the Same Way Irrespective of Their Home Base Because They're All Spoiled Narcissists".