So we dumped cable over a year ago. Television had an uncomfortable hold on our lives, and we figured we'd save $80 a month, read more books and perhaps watch more quality film of the classic and/or independent & interesting variety. So we held on to Netflix.
Eighteen-or-so months later, here's the first chunk of our Netflix queue (you will probably need to click on it to bring up a legible version):
Sigh. How well-accustomed we have grown to our chains.
(But look, look! We have "La Dolce Vita" and "Babette's Feast" AND a Howard Zinn documentary on there! Please, will you still talk to us, please?)