Here’s something I realized: If I were to live in London, I could watch Always Sunny season 10 and Archer season 6 on Netflix right now. They’re available now in the UK. They are not available to Netflix watchers in the US.
But I don’t live in London. I live in Chicago. So I guess I’m stuck, unless I’m willing to pay $32 for season 6 of Archer on Amazon Prime Video or iTunes. But why should I have to pay $32 when people across the pond get it as a part of the subscription that I’m already paying for?
If only there was a way to virtually and privately connect to a London-based network and appear to be in the UK. Then I could watch Always Sunny season 10 and Archer season 6 right now, on my couch, in the US.
Too bad that’s impossible. I guess I’ll have to move to London. There’s definitely no way to virtually re-locate to the UK and watch these episodes for free on Netflix from the US. Nooope. Can’t be done.
You just need a few thousand miles of ethernet cord to make this work, right? There’s NO OTHER WAY.
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