Today, I actually feel like I'm missing out because I no longer have Cable.
So far, the great de-cabling experiment has occurred in the absence of Mythbusters.
But tonight they return, and I'm going to miss it.
Giving up the Daily Show and the Colbert Report was tough, but if I really need a fix, I can watch those online.
But Mythbusters might be the toughest challenge yet.
My fallback plan was iTunes. But at $50 for a season pass, that's hard to justify.
And I don't see any season 6 content on iTunes... Is Discovery even still offering episodes?
Hulu.com and the Discovery Channel websites only show clips - no full episodes.
Why can't Discovery find an appropriate sponsor and distribute this via Miro/bittorrent like Make TV?
Guess I'll just have to play World of Warcraft tonight...
If you have a TiVo, expect me to invite myself over for dinner one of these Wednesdays!
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