Brushing Dorito’s crumbs from his lap and pulling his stained t-shirt over his protruding gut, local man Andy Torrance expressed his disdain with how a popular American TV show ended its latest season, despite not paying for Sky for over ten years.
Torrance, an unemployed University graduate, said he felt ‘let down’ by the way the latest season’s story had developed and the way the characters had resolved their respective storylines.
“If I had actually paid to see any of that drivel, I think I would have written a letter to the editor, or at least made a few snarky posts on a fan forum somewhere,” said Torrance, downloading several other TV shows he had no intention of ever watching.
“I must say, I feel as though the standard of television around is slipping.”
At the time of writing, Torrance had several External Hard Drives worth of films and TV shows from all over the globe piled up on his desk.
“What can I say - I’m a connoisseur of media. If you’d like to learn more about my opinions on each show in excruciating detail, you can read the blog on my website. Or check out my YouTube channel.”
“But be sure to support me on Patreon - I don’t do this stuff for free!”
More to come.