Stories for People Who Watch TV wallows in the familiar settings and quotidian delights left out of all your favorite television shows. Each story broadcasts the lives of liars, cheaters, problem drinkers, and other characters you kind of/sort of recognize. Whether with family, at work, or chatting with neighbors these characters continually fail to identify social norms or strike any kind of near appropriate tone. Can a bad situation be resolved by making bad decisions? These characters are determined to find out. On the surface these stories are funny, but if thought about for more than a lingering moment, they are clearly sad and upsetting. Turn its pages and bask in its warming glow.