1. Where's the remote? (remote = remote control) 2. Is there anything good on? 3. Can I change the channel? 4. I've already seen this episode. 5. This is a rerun. (rerun = an old episode that was already shown on TV previously) 6. I love this show! 7. There are too many commercials. 8. Stop channel-surfing. (channel-surfing = changing the channel quickly) 9. Check the TV guide. (the TV guide has the information about the TV programming and schedule) 10. It's the season finale! (= the final episode of the season)
Watermelon seeds are also loaded with several of the B vitamins. The American Cancer Society reports that B vitamins are necessary for converting food into energy and other important bodily functions. The most prevalent B vitamin in watermelon seeds is niacin, with 1 cup of dried watermelon seeds containing 3.8mg, which is 19 percent of the daily value. Niacin is important for maintaining the nervous system, digestive system and skin health. Other B vitamins in watermelon seeds include folate, thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6 and pantothenic acid.