Everything's more exciting on television. Even you!
Andrew awoke at 7am, as he always did, poured himself a bowl of cereal, and turned on the television to check the weather. The only problem was that when he dialed in the number for the weather channel, what he saw was not the forecast but himself, staring back.
He clicked around. The news was the news, the kids channel was cartoons, the cooking channel showed a woman putting fruit into a blender. Only the weather channel served as a reflection.
"What the deuce," mumbled both Andrews. He leaned in for a closer look. It was like a mirror, except for a few minor differences. On the screen, he had a few gray hairs, a minor scar on his left cheek, an extra wrinkle below his right eye. His pajamas and the room behind him, exactly the same.
Andrew felt a cold feeling run up his spine. "I gotta out of here," said he and his reflection. He backed out of the room slowly, towards the door out of his apartment. Without turning from the screen, he reached behind and turned the knob, waited a moment, and then slipped out.
Where he went from there isn't important. Because this isn't a write-up about Andrew. It's a write-up about his television, which was a Hisense 40" 1080p LED HDTV, and it worked great, aside from the minor quirk outlined above, and honestly we don't foresee this happening with the one you buy.