: Fringe and Supernatural are on at the same time, on the same night. For the past couple weeks, I've sat down with the intent of watching only Fringe, but have ended up flipping between the two. The result is that I see both, but at the expense of missing some scenes and important details. Which sucks.
Now, on the one hand, Fringe is on Hulu, which is a convenient way for me to watch TV shows. I'd rather mess with that than take my chances with the CW site. So this suggests that I should watch Supernatural and watch Fringe online the next day.
On the other hand, I only started watching Supernatural like, a month ago, and I'm still catching up. I pretty much understand what's going on in the recent episodes, because I don't exactly try to keep myself from getting spoiled, but there's something to the idea of holding off on the new episodes until I finish the older ones. This suggests that maybe I should just watch Fringe.
: So I'm reading this novel right now, and to be honest, I'm not that crazy about it. I kind of want to see how it ends, though. I've read ahead a bit, so I have some idea. I don't want to read anything else until I'm done with this book, but I don't really like the idea of actually reading the book. I can suck it up and diligently read the last hundred pages or so, or I can skip through it, getting the main points, and call it done. I'd like to do the latter, but I always feel a little guilty about that.
I really have more important stuff to worry about than this...