My Life Through TV: A Comix Memoir
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I was born on May 10th, 2000 to my mom, a television scriptwriter who later pursued a career in communications and my dad, a well-known comedian and actor.
Me in 'Stars Hollow', the town that 'Gilmore Girls' is set in.
From a young age, I have always loved watching TV. It allows me to escape from my everyday issues and immerse myself in another world.
Me in the operating room from 'Grey's Anatomy'.
Me at 'Dunder Mifflin', the office from 'The Office'.
I think that TV is a great source of education. I have seen many TV series and I know that I have learned significant ideas and lessons from each one. Here are some examples...
'Gilmore Girls' was my the first series that I really loved. The reason why I love it so much is because it's the only series about a teenage girl that I relate to. The main character, Rory, is a bit awkward, is not very popular, but has a few close friends and works really hard in school. This show taught me that being this way is more than ok.
'Grey's Anatomy' is one of my favourite drama series. From this show, I really understood the normality of death and the fact that doctors are not superhuman; doctors are just people, like everyone else. It also taught me the value of human life, as it can disappear in an instant.
'The Office' is one of the funniest TV shows I have ever watched. It is light-hearted, but so brilliantly written. Regardless of the issues that the characters experience, they always approach them in a calm and carefree manner. The Office really helped me become more easygoing and relaxed.
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