Posted On July 13, 2014 By In Television

10 Signs You Watch Way Too Much TV


1) Couch Pizza has become your primary form of sustenance.

2) Netflix sent you a “cease and desist” order.

3) Your cable bill is more expensive than your rent.

4) You follow the entire cast and crew of your favorite show on Twitter, including the 4th Assistant Associate Production Assistant’s Assistant.

5) Frank Underwood has become a close personal friend of yours.

6) You’re amazed that your friends andfamily don’t believe in the global conspiracy that the world is being run by a secret society of evil midgets from space.

7) You weigh the pros and cons of brushing your teeth or squeezing in the latest episode of  “Pretty Little Liars.

8) You masturbate to the opening sequence of “The Walking Dead” while crying.


9) You tell yourself, “you could totally get Emmy Rossum, like totally.”*


*Emmy: I can be reached day or night at [email protected] 🙂


10) “The Wire” is the greatest TV show ever and there’s no discussion about it…NO DISCUSSION!


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Jason William Spencer is a Screenwriter/TV Writer residing in Studio City, right up the hill from Hollywood. His current project is with Zakir Pictures, where he is the Screenwriter for "Opposites Attract," a feature-length drama set to debut Thanksgiving Day, 2015. His feature-length film "To Here Knows When" won Project of the Month on IndieWire and is currently in Pre-Production. He is adapting the short story "All That You Love Will Be Carried Away" by Stephen King into a short film. His TV Pilot, “Hicks,” was featured at the LA Scripted Comedy Festival this year. He's the Screenwriter and Executive Producer for the Short Drama Film “Change of Heart” currently in Pre-Production. He's a Comedy Sketch Writer for ProCo Production Company on He also is currently involved with James Franco's School for the Arts Studio 4 Writing Lab. Jason is currently unrepresented and is actively seeking an Agent and/or Manager. Follow Jason on Twitter @RockChalkSpence and follow his work at