Kelsey Strothers, What Are You Watching?

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Local blogger Kelsey Strothers' current obsessions have a big influence on her television-viewing habits. 

Her passion for all-things-DIY has her watching hours of HGTV -- and she's not afraid to admit it. But don't let her reality TV ways fool you, she's also into food documentaries that focus on food (she works in nutrition), and is all about Arrested Development.

Check out what Kelsey's watching after the jump.

What are you watching?
Mad Men, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Breaking Bad, Dexter, The Walking Dead.

What's your guilty pleasure show/movie?
I'm a little embarrassed to admit that I'm addicted to Property Brothers on HGTV. I think it's all of the remodeling we've been doing in our own house. Ideas!

TV, computer, or theater?
Theater all the way, it's the whole experience.

What's in your queue?
Typically a documentary of some sort, and it probably relates to food; right now it's 'Ingredients'.

What was your favorite show and/or movie growing up?
Beauty and the Beast, hands down.

Name three movies/shows everyone should see once.
Dear Zachary, Food Inc., and all episodes of Arrested Development from start to finish.

Where's the best place in phoenix to see a movie?
Harkin's Valley Art on Mill Avenue

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