Whenever I say I don't watch TV, or don't like TV, or don't have a favorite TV show.....I am lying. What I really mean is:
1. I don't have time for TV. I don't make it a priority to watch the time so I can catch a certain show.
2. Michael and I hardly agree on any of our TV shows, so it is just easier to give him the TV and not worry about #1.
3. I am usually interrupted by children and can't really relax to watch the show.
4. My favoritest show ever is no longer on (except in reruns) although Michael and I (yes, we totally agree on this show!!) own the entire series so we can watch it whenever we want.
That being said.......
I have two announcement.....
Regarding issues 1-3
I looooooove our DVR. We are taping all sorts of shows and we can watch them whenever!! If I do happen to watch a show, I can pause it while the kids need something and go back to it when I have a chance. I can FF through commercials. It is awesome!! We are DVR'ing lots of educational shows for the kids and we no longer have to just watch Dora, Diego and SpongeBob! WOOHOO!! Brittany and I DVR'd a Christian Music Video program on GMC. Brittany is DVR'ing two shows she loves that are on too late at night... "Drive Through History" and some other show about missionaries. We are also DVR'ing everything about sharks, WWII, and How It's Made. Now I like TV again. :-) That takes care of #1-3.
Now Regarding Issue 4
Here is what Director, Chris Carter said about the name: I want to Believe:
"It’s a natural title,’ (Director Chris) Carter said in a telephone interview Tuesday during a break from editing the film. ‘It’s a story that involves the difficulties in mediating faith and science. `I Want to Believe.’ It really does suggest Mulder’s struggle with his faith.’”