Baby Years- SlidersYou have just arrived in a new world. You slowly adjust to being out of the comfortable womb, where you knew what everything was. Much like Quinn Mallory and his group, everything is new to you now. Just like them, you're trying to find out where you are and what surrounds you. Hopefully, you'll be able to figure it out on time, and not die in the process. Thankfully, you won't have to slide into another new world in 12 hours, 28 minutes and 38 seconds.
School Years- LostArriving at school or even kindergarten, you'll start to make human interactions. Much like on LOST, you won't be able to really pick your classmates. You just get stuck with whoever is sharing this island with you. Now is the time to start forming your identity. Will you be the one playing alone in the corner, away from the group, no one knowing what the hell he's mumbling to himself like Jin Kwon? Or will you be the bully who takes everybody's lunch money like Sawyer? Whatever you do, try not being a Hurley. That nickname might stick around till you're in college.
High School Years- 2 Broke GirlsYou're starting to really get interested in sex. Everything is some sort of dirty pun, and you'll be telling a lot of vagina jokes. That's pretty much it.
College Years- Twin PeaksThis is the experimental phase. You're going out into the world, trying to figure out what the hell you're going to do. It's filled with mystery and weird shit, that you'll just accept as "Experience". It's all going to be a haze of parties, text books, and backwards talking midgets. Depends on how much you drink. When you graduate and everything is supposedly resolved- you still won't have a clue what the hell happened. But you'll have the diploma to prove you made it to the end.
Career/Dating years- Late Night Talk ShowsYou're kind of in a rut. Everyday seems the same- getting up, going to work at a dead end job, going on a horrible date or hanging out with your friends, then start all over again the next day. Just like those late night talk shows, where it's the same basic formula each show- opening monologue, some skits, two guests and a band. it's still somewhat entertaining, but you're getting sick of it and start to wonder if there's anything better you could be doing instead?
Married Life- Long Running SitcomsYou've planted your roots. You're comfortable. You've achieved all your goals career, family. Now you can sit back and watch. There's no real progress anymore, but you're content. Married life is your Friends, Seinfeld, Cheers The format is working, there's no need to change it. Just like the heads of NBC, you've made a commitment to this every Thursday night at 9 PM, for the next ten years. If it's successful you'll be in it for the long haul.
Old Age- The SimpsonsYou used to be really great. But you kind of grown old and out dated. Your humor is still stuck in the past, and when you try to be current it's kind of embarrassing. When you stick to what you know, people still like you but maybe it's time to let go. Your family is still there for you, but to be honest, even they kind of wish you would die already.
When you do finally part ways with the world, it will be a wonderful finale and everyone will be very emotional, and talk for hours about how you've influenced them and all the great times they had with you.
Returning as a Zombie- Arrested Development on NetflixYou were gone! And now you're back! Hopefully you'll be the same as in your previous life and not some horrible, deformed version of yourself, that will try to kill everyone and everything you ever loved. Or simply, don't make us say we've made "a huge mistake".