Here's what I love: Hulu. Here's why I love it: so many life lessons on just one website. John and I have a few shows that we watch consistently, and these are the lessons I've learned.
#1) From Burn Notice, I've learned that anything can be accomplished with enough bravado, bluster, and threats to call a superior.
#2) From Project Runway (which John refuses to watch with me), I've learned that you'll be on reality television a lot longer if you can treat other people terribly, even if you have no talent.
#3) From White Collar, I've learned that every woman is susceptible to a charming smile and a fedora. Plus, I learned that I need a crazy, ethics-challenged, bald little genius of a friend if I'm ever going to join the criminal underworld.
#4) From Castle, I've learned that NYPD cops are all extraordinarily attractive, extraordinarily brave, and extraordinarily funny. Also that they would never ever solve a case if they didn't have the help of a detective novelist. Weird how that works.
#5) From Alphas, I've learned that superheroes live among us. And it turns out that superstrength is not nearly as awesome a power as the ability to talk people into doing whatever you want.
What lessons have you learned?