It's probably got to be Frozen. It's been hammered a bit. Toy Story has come back into the mix recently. We watched a few old classics, like Lady and the Tramp. We haven't watched 101 Dalmatians yet. Winnie the Pooh was on. We're digging them all out.
That training is a little bit for me but it's also a bit for them - keep them occupied doing something different. I got the decks cleaned and painted for the start of the summer, the garden all looked after, because we thought we're probably going to be out there quite a lot. Whenever we've got a chance, we're outside on the trampoline. I've been out for a bit of fitness and a bit of running.
I've been able to stay at home longer than I ever have done for the last three to four years. There's a lot of people in much worse positions than we are. We've got a house to stay in and our contracts are being honoured - although we are furloughed. It's just been different, trying to fill the time and stay occupied in different ways.
Other than cupcakes, never. Well, actually me and Sarah were in a dessert competition at Northants when I was there. We were the winners of it in 2013 or 2014. We've still got the trophy. We made a chocolate cheesecake.
Obviously it would be disappointing. Because it involves our income and it's our profession, it's worrying, but there are certainly a lot of worrying things going on in the world at the moment. I hope cricket recovers, Cricket Scotland recovers, and every other nation recovers. There may be a silver lining to it down the line if we get quite an extended period of competition. It's challenging for all but we just have to put it all in perspective. Sport is important to us but not to everyone.
I'm just trying to really make the most of my time with the kids because I realise how much I have been away, and they've actually loved having me back. The last couple of weeks since we've not been training, I've stopped going up to Edinburgh. I normally travel up to Edinburgh every Monday and Tuesday. If it's during the season, there's a midweek game or club practice on Wednesday, maybe a club game on Friday, and then play Saturday and Sunday. So it's a pretty hectic schedule in the summer otherwise.
I just think the social side with the guys getting back together, the dressing-room stuff, and hopefully winning a few games of cricket. I've gotten the urge to pick the bat up in the house and play a few shadow shots that I'm known for.
Peter Della Penna is ESPNcricinfo's USA correspondent @PeterDellaPenna