Netflix’s political thriller, House of Cards, starring Kevin Spacey premiered its 5 season two days ago. With out spoiling much–and if you haven’t seen it give it a watch but keep in mind season 3 is a transition–there comes a point where they begin talking about the Vice Presidency.
You wake up. It’s a bright and early 8:27 on Saturday morning. A whole weekend of games, adventure and fun await you and your best friend. You jump out of bed in your ‘Action-Man’ PJ’s and run down stairs.
In my younger days I recall sitting in front of the TV watching Friends with my mom and sister. I was much to young to understand the adult themes and jokes but the loud voices and funny characters kept my attention. We’d eat dinner while the cast went about their daily wacky lives in their fictional comedy driven version of New York.
There is one particular episode (504) that went beyond my memory and actually left a lasting impact.