Some might call it the "silly season," but that doesn't sound like anything I would say, so I'll keep in character and call it the Stupid Season.
It's the season of moronic Dr. Pepper commercials masquerading as "seasons" of a long-running comedy-drama-garbage dump-crime against our brain cells ad campaign featuring the college football-obsessed loser residents of a small town where the only thing anyone cares about is, well, college football.
It's the We Get It Already one-note, one-unfunny joke that just keep hammering us over the head for the crime of wanting to watch one or two or a dozen football games on the weekend (or, if you are like me, just want something on in the background as you take your walks or clean your house or grade your papers or prepare your lesson plans.) It's the Get In On The Fun zaniness of an entire community of people who worship soda that tastes like cough medicine and lollipops. And it's almost as sad as the bleating glue-sniffers who actually binge-watch the "seasons" on YouTube. (That's a thing that happens. Check out the comments.)
And it's another reason why the MUTE button on your remote is only slightly less important than the ON button. Because come on, I know this is supposed to be dumb, but even intentional idiocy can be taken too far. Especially when you realize that there are people who actually look forward to "new seasons" of this dreck.