For some reason, at dinner last night, my mother and I happened upon the subject of Homeland – one of my favorite TV shows that I haven’t watched in ages for reason I can’t even describe.
Let me set the scene, shall I? One of my mother’s friends came for a visit, and she was in our den watching Outlander, one of my favorite TV shows.
I usually don’t care about spoiler alerts, but just in case you do, I have to say this post will contain Homeland spoilers. Continue reading “Is Homeland Trying to Tell me Something?”
Today, I saw someone on TV whom I nearly forgot existed. As far as relevance, I mean.
Recently, I’ve been catching up on Speechless. It’s a TV show about a somewhat dysfunctional family with a kid in a wheelchair, who is actually the oldest child in the family.
Last year, Mom got rid of our cable (without telling me) to save money. I mean, I knew it was coming, but I didn’t know when she was actually going to get rid of it. So, I’m home from school on break one day, and I don’t have cable. And it sucks. Epically. I don’t get all the channels I like to watch, and the signal is horrible. Most of the time it’s fine, but if it loses signal or the weather interferes, it comes back all pixelated. And my TV sucks in general. It probably gets the worst signal out of all the TVs in the house. I know having antennas saves money, but is it really worth it if the signal isn’t reliable?
The following is a letter to Diana Gabaldon and some of the cast and crew of Outlander: The Series on Starz.