Netflix isn't offering up a lot this week, but what it does have is fairly solid. TV has a fairly decent selection. Both Parks and Recreation and Parenthood are up to season three. There's also more My Fair Wedding and a show called DC Cupcakes. I kind of hate the prevalence of all these designer baking shows. On the one hand, we get to see all sorts of awesome cakes and cupcakes, and experience an accessible, delicious-looking art form. On the other hand, there's no way regular people can afford cakes like that and they make me hungry.
There's a fair amount of children's entertainment added this week as well. Unfortunately, Dragons: Metal Ages: The Movie seems to be a kid's toy-based movie instead of something awesome about playing heavy metal on dragons.
I'm most excited about the addition of Jiro Dreams of Sushi, which I have been looking forward to since Allistair's sparkling review last year. I love a good documentary, and I love sushi, so this looks like I will be simultaneously very satisfied and very hungry.
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