“alright don’t judge me on this okay I just want to know what the mfw guys would do when mc is making them binge watch a dumb show because my new drug is my little pony and I just want to know (sorry if it’s kinda spam I just need to send this in before I forget) but specifically Saeki and Ren and Yamato *realizes how weird I am*”
Saeki would be (or at least pretend to be) super excited, snuggling close to you on the couch, and if you questioned why he was so close, he would laugh and say that it’s gonna be a lot of binge watching and you two might as well get comfortable.
He would do his best to sit through the bullshit because he loves you, and eventually he’ll start to accept his fate and just try to enjoy the show as it went on. When he did get really really bored of the material though, he would start to creep his hands on you (which you promptly smacked away with a laugh). At some point in the evening, he’d lose it completely and just call it a night (well more like call the show to a stop but start some other stuff).
“I think it’s time we give the TV a break and do something else, Honey~”
Ren would comply with your wishes without much against it, and sit down next to you on the couch with tea and fluffy blankets. At first, he seemed perfectly unresponsive to the trashy(?) show, and nodded occasionally when you made verbal commentary on the material. You can see him yawning often, and you feel really happy that he would still try to binge watch this stuff with you while being extremely tired from work.
Eventually, you would see Ren nodding more and more, even when you weren’t commenting, and you realize that he was falling asleep. His head falls on your shoulder, and you stifle your laughter. He was just so cute.
Yamato would question everything. Why are we watching this trash show? Why are we wasting our lives on this? What is going on? That’s not logical??? You’d sigh and tell him over and over that it’s just a show and he would finally shut up and just watch.
He starts really getting into it after a couple of episodes though, and starts asking more and more questions that make sense, such as who this character is or what they’re like normally. Yamato still criticizes the dumb parts of it, but you can tell he’s getting a good laugh out of it like you are. At the end of it all, he sighs and tells you that you have to treat him nicely to make up for the stupid stuff you put him through.
“This show is lowering my IQ. Why are we doing this?”
Yuta would be actually really excited, probably because he secretly like the stuff but didn’t want to seem like a child to you. The two of you happily settle in and watch it together, laughing at the inside jokes and enjoying the silly and immature atmosphere accompanying the TV show.
You get cookies and snacks and pop and the afternoon breezes by really quickly. Before you know it, it’s been like two seasons into the show, and Yuta is still laughing and energetic beside you.
As late afternoon rolls around, the changing of episodes become more automatic, and you get tired. Eventually you fall asleep against Yuta, snuggling close to him. He puts an arm around you and turns the volume down as he continues watching with a smile on his lips.
“Oh I love this show! You watch it too?!”
Takao would agree to join you and say that he was curious as to what you wanted to show him. Being always interested in your hobbies and guilty pleasures, Takao sits with you through the episodes of TV shows, blowing through seasons of dumb cartoons and intensely sexual-murder-dragon things. He keeps a straight face throughout the series and seems really into the watching portion of the marathon.
Suddenly you ponder aloud something about the show, and Takao answers without thinking, revealing to you that he had actually watched most of this stuff before, and was just too uncomfortable talking about it to anyone.
“I don’t really… Sometimes. I watch an episode sometimes…”
Kunihiko would laugh at the request, but agree to it on the condition that he had to do a bit of work first. So the two of you ended up on the couch together, with the TV volume turned way down low, Kunihiko typing away on his laptop and you snuggled up against him, giggling. Soon, you saw him peeking over the top of his screen and giving the occasional huff of amusement at the silly show.
He finally finishes up his work - the progress was slowed due to the distraction of the TV - and joins you to wholeheartedly watch the show you put on. He wraps you up in him and smiles, commenting here and there on the things going on, proving that he was paying attention to your interest in the show.
“Ah, isn’t he the guy who did that horrible act three episodes ago?”