Following the coronavirus pandemic, many Americans are staying inside and streaming shows to pass the time.

Likely due to the high volume of people doing just that in recent days and weeks, Netflix documentary “Tiger King” has become the latest cultural phenomenon that’s likely to be forgotten by this time next week.

While “Tiger King” may have the attention of many, it’s a show that’s created some division as many people only want to watch quality programming. You can count Kirby Smart in that group, as the Georgia coach struggled through the first few episodes before giving up on the series.

Keep in mind, Smart was under self-quarantine after returning from a spring break vacation spent overseas.

“I was like dying for shows to watch while I was under self-quarantine and I got through two episodes – I just couldn’t do it, man. I couldn’t stomach it,” Smart said on Tuesday during a conference call. “And everybody continues to talk about it but my patience wears thin. I’m looking for a little more plot, a little more, I don’t know what the right word is, but that’s not my cup of tea, I’ll just say that. I’m more of an Ozark guy.”

Credit Kirby Smart for saying what needs to be said when it comes to the Netflix series.