Over the past 2 weeks of intense exam preparations (and slacking off), I developed a strong "addiction" to one TV Drama: Law & Order (just the original series, not SVU or CI; UK is OK though).
If you have never watched this show before, try this one; it's one of my favourite episodes (there are a lot more if you google carefully enough:
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The part where Cutter used the Federal Government's Gag Order to his advantage was seriously mind-fucking xD.
So, during the last two weeks I have watched the complete 16th Season (that's 22 episodes, 43 minutes each... almost 16 hours of my time that were supposed to be used for studying) and I am still hungry for more. I think I need to "buy" more after my last exam on Tuesday!
What is scarier is that I actually had some consideration of trying out for law school because the show gave me such a good impression of lawyers (at least the lawyers in the DA's office... ). This is a scary thought because I have never had any career considerations solely based on a TV show; and that LSAT will slaughter me so I probably won't become a lawyer even if I try.
Anyways, this ends my rant. Sorry if it was too long. Back to probability theory for me.