We both like the TV. I like music documentaries, US comedies, cartoons, plus programmes about cars, buses, trains. In fact any transport-related stuff.
The only area of dissension is slapstick. I'm a big Laurel and Hardy and Marx Brothers fan.
She is also a mite disappointed that her husband will never be able to watch X Factor without getting annoyed at the obvious cynical manipulation of the audience, the generally mediocre performers and the hysterical audience shrieking with delight when one of the acts managed to hit a high note.
To this end I usually try and busy myself elsewhere in case I spoil her enjoyment.
So it was with some excitement we settled ourselves down in front of this enormous flat screen TV with a Blu Ray 3D DVD player attached.
In order for it to work we had to don special specs. Unlike others I have used these were battery powered.
We enjoyed the film. Me for the pratfalls and broad comedy. Dark Lady for the clever parallels with the original play.
We both agreed the 3D was excellent. It was only when I collected the special electronic specs and went to turn them off that I discovered her pair hadn't been turned on in the first place!