Netflix Psychoanalysis: Ms. Little

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Netflix Psychoanalysis: Ms. Little

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It is only fitting that we examine and analyze the mind of English teacher, Ms. Little, with some help from her Netflix queue considering she is a recent addition to the Presentation community. You may have had her for British Novel or English 9 and thought to yourself, “Wow, she fits in great here, a true Pres girl at heart!” I am here to tell you that this notion is so spot on that she might as well put on a plaid skirt, get three hours of sleep a night, and grab some cookies because Ms. Little’s Netflix is one after our own hearts.

First up on her must watch list is everyone’s favorite, Parks and Recreation. This sitcom centers around the Parks and Recreation Department of a town in Indiana. With a similar style to The Office and Amy Poehler as the lead, this show is high on the bingeable scale. So what does this mean for English buff Ms. Little? If anything, Ms. Little, like Leslie Knope, is an overachiever with a passion for service. Not Words, but Deeds, amirite?

It is important to note that she is diverse in her interests; she not only loves a good comedy, but can also appreciate some fine culinary entertainment. That’s right, we’re talking about Chopped. This cooking competition is all about the interplay of speed and creativity in order to produce a dish worthy of being the last man standing. Pretty cutthroat stuff, yet still a genuine show to be addicted to, which is all that really matters. Either Ms. Little loves food as much as a Pres girl or likes to find faults in masterpieces–so be careful with any CRP you turn in to her.

Just when you think you have Ms. Little pinned down as a fun loving foodie, she sends us through a loop with her next choice–she’s on the rollercoaster that is the drama House. Dr. House, the protagonist, is a medical genius just unconventional enough to solve some of the toughest cases. I am not saying she is antisocial and cynical, but what I am saying is that she enjoys an intelligent show that also embodies the wit and sass necessary in everyday interactions.

Finally, Ms. Little’s go to show: Friends. If you don’t know what this show is about… I think every other girl at Pres will agree it is time to catch yourself up.The only thing that needs to be said about this is that she gets it, we all need that show with 10 seasons we can laugh, cry, and get totally sucked into.

She may be new, and she may just seem like a nice lady who chooses to read in her free time, but now we know Ms. Little is truly one of us. A girl who respects the value of a solid binge watch.

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