Modern Viewing (in 100 Words)

The rectangle glows and sounds pour out.  The show is on and the audience is glued.

Characters developed, plots unfurl, stories weave and for a brief shining moment the viewer is transported to a new world.

“Oh! It’s that guy! The guy from that thing!” The viewer shouts!

“Right?!” The partner joins.

“Look him up! I have to know now,” the viewer demands.

Cell phones out, IMDB app open, answers found.

“That guy was in that thing!” The partner confirms.

“We should watch that thing next,” the viewer states.

“That thing is from 8 years ago! That’s crazy,” the partner informs.

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