The Georgetown Heckler

News | November 20, 2014

Dozens Locked Out of Netflix after Friend’s Former Roommate’s Mother’s Boyfriend Changes Password


TOLEDO — Dozens of students were reportedly “at a loss” after their friend’s former roommate’s mother’s boyfriend changes his Netflix password Thursday morning.


Said boyfriend, Jared Davidson, a 47 year-old salesman from Toledo, reportedly changed the password after noticing that the movie “Leprechaun 5: In the Hood” had been given a 4 star rating.

A file photo of Davidson from his car dealership Cars!Cars!Cars!

A file photo of Davidson from his car dealership Cars!Cars!Cars!


To date, at least 54 students have been affected by the switch. Dozens more are expected to step forward once they attempt to logon.


This evening one student could be heard be heard screaming to the heavens, “How am I going to procrastinate now! Do you honestly expect me to use Hulu?”


Another student was reportedly seen rocking back and forth in the fetal position crying.


Netflix Instant, which costs $9 a month, is considered by many to the keystone to their sanity.


“I have no idea how I’m going to proceed. I suppose I’ll just have to scavenge a new password” said a third student holding a Corp Latte and Chipotle burrito with guac. “It would be egregious to waste $9 per month on Netflix.”
At press time, CAPS could be seen with a sign on their door simply reading, “”.