My viewing habits have circled mostly around a pair of British comedies. Black Books and Peep Show. Peep Show is a ridiculous dive into the absurdities of slacker life in England, and though it is nearly 10 years old (and still running) the humor feels current and fresh. Black Books had a shorter run, only making it from 2000-2004, but the misadventures of Bernard Black, its misanthropic bookshop owner, feels particularly poignant in the current publishing climate. Wouldn't it be wonderful if we still had bookshops owned by cranky individuals and not corporate committees?