I am not asking for anyone’s help because I know this will be something that I have to deal with on my own. In the grand scheme of things, I know my conundrum is relatively small compared to the major problems of the world. Most of you will probably just laugh at my dilemma. I mean really Brent, you are fretting over what to watch on television this Sunday night? Yep, guilty. But here is the kicker…it doesn’t even involve sports.
This evening I will be doing my best to watch both the Grammys and “Bar Rescue” simultaneously. Here is what it comes down to: The Grammys is my favorite awards show while “Bar Rescue” is my favorite television show. Oh, did I mention that tonight’s “Bar Rescue” is the season premiere? In fact, it just isn’t the season premiere, it is the first time ever where Jon Taffer will RE-RESCUE a bar. You heard that correctly, Taffer will be going back inside a bar he had already torn to pieces and then resurrected…only to do it all again.
Going for me keeping my television set on the Grammys is the fact that the show will only be shown once. The “Bar Rescue” season premiere show will most likely be shown throughout the week repeatedly. Also, the Grammy’s will draw a much bigger audience, thus making the social media conversation much more centered on the awards show as opposed to the semi-scripted bar makeover program. If you know me, I like to be right in the center of what is trending nationally.
But I would be lying if I said I hadn’t been looking forward to the series premiere of “Bar Rescue” for about a month now. I kind of just realized this weekend that the Grammys is on tonight. And even though the Grammys will have a much larger social media following/discussion, “Bar Rescue” will have a much more passionate social media following/discussion. Look, Jon Taffer is going to be on his Twitter “A’ game at 9 p.m. tonight and I would be overjoyed once again if he tweeted at me like he did during the holidays. I am still on a high from that glorious tweet he sent my way.
So I know I started this post off by saying I am not asking for your help but I lied…I am asking for your help. Should I spend more time watching the Grammys or watching “Bar Rescue”? Please keep in mind that I don’t have DVR capabilities at my place. Thanks in advance for your help and have a great evening in front of the television set. Don’t Blink.