Armed with this realization and the TiVo Online Scheduler I can cruise through the smart TV offerings from my computer, which is much faster and easier to navigate than with the remote and the TV. Better still, since I don't have a constant phone connection to my TiVo, the online scheduler can see things farther into the future than my TiVo generally can.
This, of course, has resulted in me seeing some more non-smart TV, such as Gerhard Reinke's Wanderlust, a show so fucking funny Comedy Central could only handle making 6 episodes of, TV Funhouse, thanks to ao's incessant promotion, Drawn Together,
THIS JUST IN: IMming with Gamer while composing this entry, I have learned that the new channel G4TTV is all about video games. TV for Video Games. Whodathunkit. And if The History of Mortal Kombat turns out to be as awesome as it sounds, we have a Season Pass, alrighty.
anyhoo. Smart TV. Yes.
The Smart Channels tend to air their material seven times a day, which is good for me since my TiVo can only record one thing at a time, so I can record "Sex on the Pacific Front" at 4am when nothing else is being recorded. Some of my selections, however, have been "Cable in the Classroom" Shows, which also air in the wee hours of morning, tend to have good topics, but have convinced my that TiVo I'm four. Ever since then, it's been suggesting "Timmy Goes to School" or someshit. Just when I trained it to stop recording shows about adultery (just because Carrie cheated on Aidan that doesn't mean I want to see "Diary of an Affair"), and still haven't told it that while I enjoy the novelty of Pet Keeping with Marc Marrone, that doesn't mean I want to see "Animal Cops: Detroit".
By the way, all these links weren't put here to make my post be all pretty and underliney. Consider this free scheduling advice.