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Room for improvement

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Our 13 TV-viewing resolutions for 2013By Kenny HerzogSpecial to MSN TVSince the Mayans turned out to be false prophets and Dec. 21, 2012, was not, to quote Michael Stipe, "the end of the world as we know it," time has come once again to consider what we can do better this coming year. For us, that necessitates reflecting on how we watched, processed, shared and responded to 12 months' worth of television. What did we come up with? Well, for starters, that we consume entirely too much of it. Moreover, we somehow still missed plenty of the small screen's finest in 2012, while overdosing on shows we'll hardly remember this time next December. We could also be accused of overthinking series that are merely intended as simple pleasures, becoming way too emotionally involved in characters' lives and, worst of all, forgetting that there's a real world outside those doors.Something tells us your self-assessments would generate similar results. So it's with good taste (and, when helpful, purposefully low standards) and our own sanity in mind that we present our 13 TV-viewing resolutions for 2013.Bing: Popular New Year's resolutions | 2013 TV scheduleWhat are your 2013 TV resolutions? Tell us at MSN TV on Facebook and Twitter.(AP)
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