We do a lot of yelling at the TV during our favorite TV show. It's better than football.
Since the season premier of the sixth and final season is in four weeks, I need to get crackin'. My Lost knowledge is out of shape. You might say I'm fat and slow. Or slow and fat. Whatever. I need to get training for I've only recapped/refreshed Season One.
With only four weeks to go, I've come up with a training plan:
- Week 1, the toughest and most strenuous - Monday: 4 x Season 2, Tuesday: 4 x Season 2, Wednesday: 4 x Season 2, Thursday: Rest day, dinner at Sister's house, Friday 6 x Season 2, Saturday: ski day no TV, Sunday: 6 x Season 2. Completes the 24 episode Season.
- Week 2, almost as strenuous as week 1 but not quite - Monday: 5 x Season 3, Tuesday: 2 x Season 3 (active recovery), Wednesday: 5 x Season 3, Thursday: 6 x Season 3, Friday: Rest and recovery, Saturday: Leave open for ski day, Sunday: 4 x Season 3. Completes the 22 episode Season.
- Week 3, remember the writer's strike? Yeah, Season 4 is short. But this is good timing, because we'll need a "chill" week after the intensities of Seasons 2 and 3. Monday: 3 x Season 4, Tuesday: 3 x Season 4, Wednesday: Rest, Thursday: 3 x Season 4, Friday, 1 x Season 4, Saturday: Ski day, Sunday: 3 x Season 4. Completes the 13 episode Season.
- Final week, I know you're tired, but keep it up! You're doing great! Monday: 4 x Season 5, Tuesday: 3 x Season 5, Wednesday: 5 x Season 5, Thursday: Rest, Friday: 2 x Season 5, Saturday: Rest and ski, Sunday: 6 x Season 5. Completes the 17 episode Season.
This training program is not for everyone. As always, consult your physician and/or psychiatrist before engaging in any rigorous activity. And you'll prolly put on weight what with the butt not leaving the couch 'n all...
(I'm such a geek. Such a geek.)