When is a Smart TV too smart?
Have you ever used one of these Smart TVs? They're really really smart! Like, crazy smart! The only problem is, sometimes their guide function can get a bit wordy when describing basic television shows. Here, take a look:
Samsung Smart TV on Spongebob Squarepants: A sponge is animated by means unknown, and made to inhabit some nether region of the ocean wherein all the basic rules of marine biology are apparently suspended.
Samsung Smart TV on Two and a Half Men: Two related adult males inhabit a house with a young male - the son of one of said adult males and the supposed fractional human implied by the show's title - causing events to unfold which induce auditory responses from a group of unseen watchers.
Samsung Smart TV on Law & Order: Police officers in the largest city in the country investigate homicides at a rate of more than one per day, despite said city ranking 136th among the 182 cities with populations over 100,000 in overall crime.
Samsung Smart TV on Real Housewives of Atlanta: six nonfictional adult females in the capital and most populous city in the state of Georgia are followed by production crews as they achieve the rare synergistic balance of familial stability and entrepreneurial success. Truly beautiful.
See, a little bit overboard. Feel free to share your SmartTV guide descriptions in the comments!