We like most families have a few televisions in our home. In fact we have a total of 6 televisions in the house and 1 in the garage. We actually don't watch that much tv and aside from Glee I can't think of a show my husband and I watch with any regularity. Here's where it gets interesting. I'll let the pictures do the talking.
This is the television in our living room. At any given time either the kids are watching nick jr or my husband is watching sports on this tv. I have not used this tv in months, in fact, not since my birthday which was in December.
This tv is at the other end of the living room. It is the PS3 television. For those not familiar that is Playstation3. My husband and children use this for PS3 games and netflix. It allows my husband to be able to still watch sports on the living room tv while playing his video games on this television. I used this tv once while my husband was on a business trip to watch a movie (The Last Emperor, which by the way is a really fantastic older movie).
This television is in our sunroom. It used to be the PS3 tv, but at Christmas time we moved it in here to make room for the tree. Once the tree was down my husband decided that a brand new flat screen would be just the thing for the open spot. This televison is now the tv the kids use for watching DVD's, watching netflix, and playing Wii. I have never used this tv. (And, yes, my youngest wanted to watch Rudolph on the nicest springiest day of the year so far.)
This is the tv in the kitchen. It has a 9 inch screen. It is 10+ years old. My father-in-law told me they don't even make the under-the-cabinet type anymore. We no longer have the remote for this tv. If you change the channels too quickly it will turn itself off and it only gets basic cable channels. The screen is often spattered with food, grease, grime, etc. This is where I am "allowed" to do my television watching. Enough said.
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