-Dreams from My Father
-Medium Raw by Anthony Bourdain
-Take the Risk by Dr. Ben Carson (obligatory side note: this man should stick to being a surgeon)
-There are probably a few school-related books that would make a run for this list.
Too many movies to name, but here are a few classics that never get old:
-Dumb and Dumber
-Boyz n the Hood
Don't watch too much TV, but I am still grieving the loss of the Office (though it was getting pretty stale after Carell left, but I digress). Parks and Rec, Modern Family, and there is something about that Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt show I just love. I was a big Entourage fan (Amazingly, I liked the movie too, which tells you a lot about my screenwriting IQ).
I'd say my taste in music is a mile wide and an inch thick--I don't listen to a few artists obsessively, I just like variety. I like many genres of music but I guess rock, r & b, and country win that contest. I get this strange hankering for 80s hair band music every now and again.
Regarding food--pretty much anything involving chicken...also steak, pizza, cannoli, pasta, fruit, I'll destroy some drunken noodles, I might risk my life for pecan pralines.
The Ability to Travel
Sunny Days (I'm sure Seattle is beautiful, but my God)