Let’s say that you DVR’d a sporting event to watch later and in the middle of watching the event, you were spoiled with the outcome of it. Would you continue watching it?
My husband taped everything as soon as he got a VCR; he seldom watched anything he taped. It’s kind of soured my opinion of the whole recording mindset, and I don’t have a DVR, though I will occasionally watch something that someone saved for me.
I’m retired and I have all the time in the world. If I miss a show, I’ll catch it on the rerun. I’ll watch the sporting event if it’s one I like; if it’s really bad, I’ll watch something else.
I’m not much for watching sporting events on TV, even when I care about the outcome. So I probably wouldn’t be watching in the first place. John asks me to record the games he sees in person, and occasionally he does go back and watch a particular segment.
Depends how good or bad the outcome was. If there was a close score and my team won, I’d probably watch it anyway. If my team lost, I’d probably not watch. I’m not much of a team sports fan to start with anyway. But ya’ll knew that. Still, that wasn’t very nice of whoever to spoil the outcome for you.
I’ve never recorded a sporting event in my life. If I can’t see it live, I already know the score, so what’s the point?
LOL! Time zone change between Australia and USA …. so 2 a.m. is when I needed to be up to watch it in real time.
I try very hard to avoid spoilers (sports, as well as shows on TV) and if I already knew the outcome of a game, I probably would not watch it…but I might watch the last 5 minutes of it just to see the excitement of the win. Definitely not if my team had lost.
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