Adult problem: Must buy cable/streaming service bundled with a bunch of crap I don't want, just to watch a few shows I do want.
Childhood problem: Must ask parents to buy box of 24 crayons when I'm only going to use six or seven colors.
Crayola has at least solved the childhood problem:
Perhaps recognizing that no child can effectively make Burnt Ochre or Magenta "work," the Crayola Pick-a-Stick initiative, rolled out in Staples within its own point-of-purchase display, finally allows children to pick whichever colors they want. (Somewhere out there, the child who will become the next Steve Jobs is loading his or her tin up with 24 black crayons.)
If only streaming companies cooperated, and I could throw "The Mandalorian," "Watchmen" and "Jack Ryan" in the same tin. (I know "Ryan" season one sucked, but so far season two's pretty good.)