Big Night tonight, ABC, CBS premieres.
Last Resort the sub drama on ABC with Scott Speedman and Andre Braugher is getting great reviews.
Grey’s Anatomy is back with the plane crash fallout (pardon the pun).
Scandal starts its second season and answers the question Who is Quinn?
Elementary premieres tonight on CBS, will the Americanized version of Sherlock Holmes measure up.
After questioning orders to fire at a foreign country, Capt. Marcus Chaplin and the crew of the world’s most-powerful nuclear submarine find themselves under attack and declared enemies of the United States.
Following a plane crash, the doctors of Seattle Grace try to cope with loss, adapt to changes and move forward with their lives.
Information about Quinn’s real identity and past comes out; a senator facing public disgrace asks Olivia for help; Cyrus and Mellie put President Fitz in a compromising position.
The Big Bang Theory
Raj faces his loneliness when his friends are out on dates; while in space, Wolowitz gets drawn into a fight between Bernadette and his mom.
Detective Sherlock Holmes investigates a home invasion that led to murder.
I was talking to a co-worker today, he asked me if I saw things differently now then I did when I was 18. He said he sees things exactly the same, everything is new and fresh and an adventure.
I didn’t answer him, because I didn’t know, I had never thought of my view on the world today compared to when I was 18. I guess the obvious answer is “yes”, I do view things differently because I am older and I have had different life experiences.
How much do we really change our view of things? Do we think we have changed, or is it external factors that make it seem like our view is changed?
Maybe my problem is I should view things like an
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18-year-old, everything is fresh and full of promise. The world is my oyster, and nothing and no one can stop me.
What do you think, is your view the same or different? I would love to hear your opinions.