I've been rooted to my seat for the past four hours, watching the complete second series of Curb Your Enthusiasm (and still an hour to go). It's a good thing we have Wi-Fi, or else I wouldn't be able to keep up with essential natural activities, like posting to my blog, or eating toast.
In case you haven't seen it, Curb is a naturalistic sitcom starring the co-writer of Seinfeld, Larry David (the one who wasn't Jerry Seinfeld), and following him, as he goes about his accident-prone, cameo-filled life. It's strewn with more expletives than a typical day at university, and it's frequently laugh-out-loud funny. Consider something somewhere between Seinfeld, the Simpsons and Frasier, and you'll have an idea of the humour (though people will no doubt disagree...).
My eyes are frankly bleary, so I'll stop now.