‘TV Binge Cheating’ is a Crime and Should Be Treated as Such
You and your significant other do extensive research, you find a new TV show you are both interested in and you adopt the show as your own. You even call this "your show." You are going to watch it together in blocks that both of you have agreed on, in certain time periods.
Then one day you come home and realize "your lover" has cheated and skipped ahead watching episodes without you. This is "TV Binge Cheating" and should be punishable by up to three years in prison.
This is an offense. It throws off the Zen in your home. The only way to make it right is to now make them watch the episode again with you but it's just not the same, is it? They are playing on their phone, completely indifferent to the amazing new wrinkle in the plot because THEY HAVE SEEN IT ALREADY! I am talking about you Erica.
Look at that face....so sweet, right? Now, look closer..there is a river of "I don't give a S---" right below the surface. Also she looks a little crazy here but we will keep that between you and I.
I am currently drafting a bill to send to Capitol Hill to have these binge cheaters brought to justice and shine the light of justice in their crazy faces. What show am I talking about? Irrelevant and Argumentative.