Which one do you prefer: watching an episode per week or enjoying after it ends?

Taiwan
January 28, 2013 4:35am CST
I prefer the second one, because I hate to be kept in suspense. The feeling of not knowing what will going on makes me insomnia. I usually wait until it ends, and I will spend a whole weekend enjoying it form beginning to end. As for the long story like one piece, I will wait until Luffy takes down a boss. Which do you prefer? Or what kind of watching habit do you have?
3 responses
• United States
28 Jan 13
I can do one episode pert week or watch it after it ends, it just depends on if I'm doing a review for it or not.
@doroffee (4233)
• Hungary
28 Jan 13
If I see a nice series on TV that I like, I usually watch the episodes on TV, weekly. I like the suspense. I like that I can do guessing games. And I've never been that much into any TV show that I would watch all the episodes in a season all at once, that seems such a waste of time and boring. I don't watch too many series after all, either, just some episodes of any investigation show, because that doesn't have an arching plot, so no matter which episode I'm tuning in to, I'm gonna understand the story. But with for example Harper's Island, I did the first option, as I told. Even when it was moved to a time slot I couldn't watch, and I found it on the net, I legit waited a whole week between watching two following episodes, just because of that series watching feeling. I don't know why, but it gives me something spiritually.
@ctryhnny (3463)
• United States
28 Jan 13
If it's a program that is on demand I like to tivo it and watch all the programs at once so I can skip commercials if there are any.