“Ugh, there’s nothing good to watch on Netflix,” Reagan said.
“What about On My Block?” Kali suggested.
“Reagan, I literally just watched that again last week. I don’t want to hate the show because I’ve watched it 20 million times.” Kali moves to the cabinet to get a cast iron skillet.
“Put on The Office. You know they’re about to take it off.”
“We watch the office all the time though. What about One Day At A Time?”
“I’m still sad about the Netflix cancellation.” She cracks an egg two eggs into the skillet.
“Alright,” Reagan shifts in her seat, “what about The Flash?”
“Have I ever watched The Flash with you before?”
“There’s a reason for that Madam Corilland.”
“Oh my god! They give us too much stuff! We can never choose what to watch!” Kali puts the pot down and walks into the living room. She plops down next to Reagan and wraps her arms around her. She put her head on Reagan’s shoulders.
“Babe, chill out. We’ll find something watch. Besides, I how much there is to watch.”
“Why? We can never decide what to watch.”
“When we’re together. I can choose easily when I’m alone.”
“Well, Madam Shalling, if you were alone what would you pick?”
“Hmmm. I could go for some Ouran Highschool Host Club.” Reagan’s face lights up.
“Alright. You put that on and I’ll finish the eggs.”