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Season 2/ Episode 41: Have Your Viewing Habits Changed?

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Be a Good Influence

In this week’s podcast episode, Jill and Tony talk about the influence they’ve had on each other’s television viewing habits.

Both agreed that when you are open to someone’s likes and watch a television show that they enjoy, you tend to learn more about that person. That’s a good thing. You may even end up enjoying it, too.

Have your viewing habits changed because of your partner? How?

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2 comments on “Season 2/ Episode 41: Have Your Viewing Habits Changed?

  1. Mary Ellen Vogel says:

    Sometimes liking different shows has worked our advantage. If one wants to look at something after the other has gone to bed or is out, we look what the other doesn’t like. Denis enjoys How It’s Made and I am partial to This Is Us. We like enough shows in common that we never have to look at something we don’t agree on. We both love tearjerkers that show compassion, understanding, compromise, and characters who do things for the greater good.

    Having said that, yes, we have influenced each other’s viewing habits. I always hated James Bond but did watch Sky Fall with Denis, and the genre has changed enough that I liked it. Denis has become more open to my favorite stuff, stories based in real events. He has grown away from action adventure. It bores me silly, but he has left it more because the genre has slipped into too much gratuitous violence.

    Lat night we watched The Gentlemen with Hugh Grant, Matthew McConaughey, and Michelle Dockery. I really didn’t like the film, but I thought Hugh Grant’s performance was brilliant! Although the other actors are good, Grant is hysterical and the only reason I sat through it. Pirates of the Caribbean was the same for me with Johnny Depp holding my attention. Still, I’ve only watched the first in the series.

    We agree wholeheartedly that an open mind can pay off.

    1. @jillccwrites2 says:

      Thanks for giving us insight into your viewing habits. Like you and Denis, I like This is Us, and Tony enjoys How It’s Made. We haven’t seen the Hugh Grant movie you mentioned, but we both usually like Hugh’s acting ability, so we will add that one to our list. I think I may be a James Bond snob because I won’t watch it unless I like the actor who portrays him. Lol! Thanks again for commenting. We love reading and hearing your thoughts.

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