We have digital cable, which brings us a ridiculous number of channels that I'll never watch. But you need digital cable in order to get the Major League Baseball package, so there it is.
I don't know what most of the channels are yet. There are Canadian networks I've never heard of, plus several channels from Buffalo, Detroit and elsewhere.
One thing I've noticed, though: at any time of day or night, there are at least three episodes of The Simpsons on. At the times of day when I feel like vegging out with a little comedy, I can see any or all of Kids In The Hall, Red Green (which I really like), Air Farce, Family Guy, Seinfeld or The Simpsons. If I liked Everybody Loves Raymond or Friends (which I don't), I could watch one of these eight shows at any hour, round the clock.
It's complete overkill, but on the other hand, if I watch a half-hour of TV a day (excluding baseball), at least I'll always enjoy it.
I also caught an episode of Corner Gas, which Rob mentioned. I liked it! It's great to see a sitcom without a laugh track, big points for that. (Trivia note: Larry David wanted Seinfeld to be produced without a laugh track, and fought like hell for it, but the networks wouldn't do it. Note that Curb Your Enthusiasm doesn't have one.)
I won't even mention yesterday's playoff game. I will just move on.