Knight Scoop, I Love You.

It is a strange statement of fact to say that I was on Japanese television long before I ever watched it. The circumstances of our engagement (which, for the uninitiated, was a very public proclamation involving the purchase of a local television commercial and, on my part at least, a great deal of screaming) meant that we were featured on no less than three television programs in Japan, and after repeated viewings I can safely say that I have no idea why they decided to feature us or what those programs were about.

I cannot attempt to write broadly about another country’s television programming any more than I could write about American television as a whole. In many countries, television is a massive behemoth, spanning genres and decades, and while no one would argue that there is one program that can encapsulate an entire country’s zeitgeist, it remains true that

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