4-Year-Old Planning To Spend Weekend Binge-Watching Same 15-Minute Cartoon


SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Citing numerous factors such as an unusually tiring week, local 4-year-old Grayson Carlisle announced today his plans to spend the entire upcoming weekend binge-watching the same 15-minute cartoon.

“Man, this week’s been brutal,” the toddler said. “It’s been one thing after another with the naps, the accidents in my pants, dad not cutting my hot dogs into the shapes I like, yada, yada, yada,” he added, emphasizing how relaxing his upcoming binge marathon of the same installment of the cartoon Paw Patrol would be.

Carlisle said that he has experienced setbacks when trying to binge-watch the same quarter-hour cartoon in the past, such as staring at the truck in the driveway across the street and scattering Legos across the kitchen floor.

“Things just always seem to come up, but I’m not letting that get in the way this time,” he said. “This weekend, nothing’s gonna stop me from watching Chase and the gang save Chickaletta from the popcorn maze she’s trapped in 150 times in a row.”

While resolute in his plan, Carlisle admitted he is open to some fluidity within it.

“I’ll probably crack open an apple juice or two, maybe some graham crackers, who knows? I seriously can’t wait,” the 4-year-old said before glancing at the watch he was pretending to wear on his wrist. “Ugh, still so long until Friday at five.”

At press time, Carlisle scolded his imaginary friend, Blimpy, for trying to make plans with him during Carlisle’s binge weekend.

Dan Delagrange is jealous of Grayson’s plans for this weekend.

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