1984 Tom Selleck. I'd hit that. (sorry, dad)
I am a sucker for a series of any kind, especially book series, which is good when it's a Harry Potter or a Lord of the Rings, but when it's a Sookie Stackhouse series and I can't stop because the story isn't over yet, and there's about 400 more books, it's not so good.
When I worked at the jail one of the inmates and I were talking about books and I told him I loved any kind of series, mainly because then you don't have to think about what you are going to read next. (I'm that lazy) This thoughtful inmate suggested I read the Left Behind series. The only question I had for him about it was "How many books are there?" In retrospect, the questions I should have asked: Is it about the rapture? Is it preachy? Is it badly written? Is it painful to read? Are there crappy movies starring Kirk Cameron made from the books?
but most importantly - IS IT ABOUT THE RAPTURE? Don't start a series about the rapture when you're an atheist AND a book-series addict because it's painful to read and it's painful to stop reading. If you've never heard of it, it's about- you guessed it - the rapture. One day people are just walking around, doing their thing and all of a sudden, a lot of people are just *poof* gone. All that is left is their clothes. They've gone up to heaven (naked) for the rapture and the rest of the people (sinners/assholes) are left to fend for themselves. Too bad! Guess you shouldn't have sinned so much! Ha Ha! I read the first book in that series. The whole book. I managed to stop after that. Barely.
When I was in college I watched a lot of Who's the Boss. If I was a psychology major I could have written a thesis about the dynamic between Tony and Angela. (BTW, Mona was the boss. It was a trick question.) I didn't like the show because I loathe Tony Danza and Judith Light reminds me of a skinny female Sylvester Stallone, but I watched it because it was on twice a day, every day. I couldn't stop myself.