After much thought about the semester, I have come to realize that I learn better when viewing screenings in lecture. More often then not, I reference a screening in my papers. For me, screenings puts the issues of race, class, and gender on a more defined scope, meaning its almost like viewing them with new eyes. I am a consistent viewer of South Park but when the "Apologies to Jesse Jackson" was screened in class, I finally saw the racial implications and references a little more. And even though writing about gave me a low score on the Section 2 paper, the Seinfeld screening was the best for me. I actually had many conversations with coworkers about homosexuality and homophobia in the media. Complicated topic, I'll admit, but a great means of discussion.