DISCLAIMER: YOU CANNOT ACTUALLY DO ANY OF THIS BECAUSE YOU WATCH TV.

Now that we got that out of the way, this article will be dripping in sarcasm. In no way are we saying that watching particular television shows makes you an expert in any of these. Plus, some of these jobs aren't even real. It's sad I even have to put a disclaimer in this day and age.

Here are 7 jobs you are more than qualified to do based on your television habits.

 

  • 1

    Doctor

    Watching endless hours of Grey's Anatomy clearly makes you more than qualified to argue with the doctor to run a bunch of tests and tell them what's wrong with you. Yeah, no, don't do that.

    Thinkstock
  • 2

    Forensic Scientist

    Binge watching re-runs of CSI: Miami gives you the years of knowledge that a forensic scientist gets from going to college. (Insert eye roll here.)

    Thinkstock
  • 3

    Super Secret Spy

    The life of a spy seems so glamorous and sexy on television. I am a terrible liar and can't keep most secrets, so I would fail miserably at being a spy.

    Thinkstock
  • 4

    Monster Hunter

    This includes, but not limited to: ghosts, demons, wendigos, changelings, zombies, sirens. etc. If you watch Supernatural I bet you feel like you can take on any monster you face in the dark.

    Thinkstock
  • 5

    Lawyer

    You know all of the legal jargon, well at least all of the stuff you've heard on Law and Order. There is no way your client doesn't win their case with your legal mind.

    Thinkstock
  • 6

    Protect the Earth from an Alien Invasion

    I had to include this one because it's what inspired this article. I have been watching, well re-watching,  A LOT of Doctor Who lately. If the aliens finally come to take over the earth, don't worry I got it.

    Thinkstock
  • 7

    Criminal

    I know, I know, being a criminal isn't a job, in my defense neither is being a protector against an alien invasion nor being a monster hunter. How many times do you watch crime shows and think, I would be smarter than the criminal?

    Thinkstock