Episoding: The act of watching multiple episodes of a television series in one sitting.
We live outside of the United States and have no access to any of the major network television stations. But thanks to the wonder of the Internet, we can watch television shows within hours of their first broadcast time.
Unfortunately, this leads to a condition that we call episoding. For example, we love Gordon Ramsey. He is passionate about cooking and about the business of feeding people. Gordon is the host of Kitchen Nightmares, first as a series in the UK and now in the US. Each episode is designed for a one hour time slot, which means that there is approximately 40 minutes of material and 20 minutes of commercials.
When we first started watching Kitchen Nightmares, we were hooked. You couldn't just watch one episode at a time. My wife and I would typically watch at least three in one sitting. We were episoding.
My boys are worse. If they catch wind of a good series, they can watch the whole season in one sitting. For a 30 minute show ( with 20 minutes of content), it takes less than 8 hours to watch the 23 episodes that make up a season.
Long live the Internet