When I'm not captaining a small commercial freighter around various capes and ports (searching for exotic spices and valuable textiles,) I'm exploring dense jungles and curing obscure diseases and disorders. I can often be found in the company of dignitaries, socialites and the upper-crusty, eating buckets of caviar off of tiny toast triangles and drinking champagne out of high heeled shoes.
I would never be caught dead spending quiet evenings at home, watching movies or playing those things I've been told are called video games. I won't read anything without 'Action,' 'Nude' or 'Action Nudes' in the title. My favorite drink is pain.
I'll more than likely draw something you'll hate.
I love horror movies, anything with zombies is a surefire hit in my book (even if it's terrible, I'll still have fun watching it.) Speaking of terrible, bad sci-fi movies are great. MST3K is one of my favorite TV shows, and that's nothing but robots riffing on b movies in hilarious ways. I can also sit down and watch the entire series of Scrubs. I love that show so much it hurts sometimes. I'll give any anime a try, and as such I've seen a little bit of everything. Other assorted shows I think are pretty great;
Doctor Who in a pretty big way, Torchwood, The Office (both versions, no less,) Dexter, The Simpsons, Ren and Stimpy, Penn and Tellers Bullshit, Invader Zim, Rocko's Modern Life, South Park, Angry Beavers, most of the documentary-type shows on the History and Science channels, stand-up comedy.
On the topic of music, I think it'll just be easier to list, in no particular order, a bunch of bands/artists that I think are neato-keen;
Coheed and Cambria, Tom Waits, Sufjan Stevens, AFI, Sleigh Bells, Tilly and the Wall, Andrew Jackson Jihad, Akira Yamaoka (every single Silent Hill soundtrack,) Ludo, Belle and Sebastian, The Black Keys, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Arcade Fire, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, a lot of stuff from the 40's, most classical.
I will eat pretty much anything edible, and I'm always willing to try new things. Sushi is fantastic, as is most Chinese food (not too big on Thai, but maybe I just haven't tried the right dish yet.)
The first four seasons of Scrubs
Usually it's some boring thing or another.
There's some strange force compelling you to do so, like the whisperings of some great Lovecraftian horror, reaching its inky tendrils through the veil.
You want to watch some Doctor Who or Mystery Science Theater.