In an epic rant, late night show Seth Meyers articulates all the problems (not so much) we all secretly have with Netflix.
Dear Netflix: please don’t blab to our spouses when we secretly watch ahead on Orange is the New Black even though we promised we’d wait for them. And don’t think you know our preferences just because we watched Barney that one time.
On Late Night with Seth Meyers, we were treated to a lengthy, humorous rant about the problems with Netflix, made even more funnier because everything was dubbed over by the “network”:
It says a lot about how far we’ve come, as a society, when our biggest problems are computers trying to be our friends.
But hey, since we’re ranting: yes, those breaks between episodes are too short, and those episode stills often give away way too much about the plot.
And don’t even get us started on the way it’s always pushing House of Cards on us, like it knows how uncool we are because we still haven’t gotten around to watching it…
Nah, we’re just kidding. Netflix is pretty much the best thing ever.
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