TULSA- Martin had thrown his computer across the room, knocking the display askew and bringing his mother running. His hands were knotted in his spiked hair when his mother burst in, armed with a Swiffer, suspicious of a burglar.
“What have I been doing with my life?” Marina Litchell recalls her seventeen-year-old son’s ensuing rant, which went on for an hour and a half and drew complaints from the neighbors. After
“It was all he could talk about for months. He was obsessed with catching up with the series before seeing the movie. It was so annoying,” said Martin’s friend Richard. The boy was devoted to the series and vowed to never re-watch it again, no matter how many times Netflix reminded him.