Maybe as much as a year ago, I bought the first two seasons of Six Feet Under, which is an awesome show I really wish I had time to watch. I’ve actually already seen most of the first season, which I originally rented from Blockbuster to watch with my dad. Then my dad either didn’t have time or lost interest, but either way resulted in me continuing the series by myself. It was okay, I had the push I needed to get started.

Then disaster struck: Blockbuster didn’t have the DVD with the season one finale available. I could’ve started on season two, ’cause they always had season two in stock, but I’d have missed important character development (and each season only had 12 episodes for cryin’ out loud), so I stalled out. I knew I liked the show enough to own it, but even then I was just a poor college kid with no disposable income…

Flash forward to … let’s just say a year ago, when I was a single twenty-something with some disposable income, and I found the first two seasons of Six Feet Under on the shelf at Costco. Of course, being the twenty-something with disposable income I have, with all the hobbies I’ve accumulated, I don’t actually have time to watch the show. T_T