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5 Shows After Dark: It's Like She Knows Something Terrible is Coming Her Way

By Genevieve Burgess | Miscellaneous | October 31, 2013 | Comments ()


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Saturday Night Live: SNL Halloween on NBC at 8:00pm ET.

The Vampire Diaries on The CW at 8:00pm ET.

Thursday Night Football: Cincinnati Bengals at Miami Dolphins on NFL Network at 8:25pm ET. I haven’t kept up too well with teams year to year, so someone else will have to let me know if that’s as depressing as it sounds on first read. Because it sounds really damn depressing.

Parenthood on NBC at 10:00pm ET.

Scandal on ABC at 10:00pm ET. I’ve seen a lot of press about a coming wine shortage and there’s a part of me that dearly hopes they incorporate it into future Scandal episodes, given how important wine is to Olivia. The other part of me realizes that it wouldn’t exactly make the greatest plot line, but that’s never stopped them before! Although the offer I made in the Scandal cast thread still stands: If they include five minutes of Columbus Short dancing in each episode, I will watch every single episode of this show. No matter what.

Genevieve Burgess looks forward to the second annual celebration of Discounted Candy Day tomorrow. Also, Happy Halloween!







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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not


  • I'll tell you what's fucking depressing about the Bengals/Dolphins game: After a disappointing couple of weeks and some lackluster performances, Bernard picked this week to go off and now he and his double-digit fantasy points are sitting on my bench. And now he's hurt.

  • John W

    Cincinnati is having a better than expected year and is on track to win the division. Andy Dalton the starting QB is having an excellent year.

    The Dolphins after starting 3-0 have lost their last 4 games.

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