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This is Not How Mammals Grow Breasts

By Genevieve Burgess | Miscellaneous | October 8, 2014 |

By Genevieve Burgess | Miscellaneous | October 8, 2014 |

Arrow on The CW at 8:00pm ET. Third season premiere.

Legends on TNT at 9:00pm ET. Two-hour first season finale.

Black-ish on ABC at 9:31pm ET. One of the dynamics I like on this show is the grandfather living with them. It’s a living situation that’s reasonably common, but I can’t think of another sitcom that features it off the top of my head. Then again, I’m not really in the habit of watching sitcoms.

American Horror Story: Freakshow on FX at 10:00pm ET Fourth season premiere. So they have a three-boobed character on this season, portrayed by Angela Bassett. What I find interesting about the tradition of triple-breasted women in pop culture and in hoaxes is that they always add one in the middle. If you’ve ever met someone with superfluous nipples like Mark Wahlberg, Lily Allen, or Krusty the Clown, you know that they show up below the main two. So, if a woman were to genuinely develop an extra breast, chances are good that it would develop underneath one of her normal ones, not in the middle. But I guess that’s not as photogenic. You could also add TWO extra boobs which, ok, I still don’t think would be attractive, but I never got the triple boob thing either.

Key and Peele on Comedy Central at 10:30pm ET.

Genevieve Burgess thinks most women find just the two typical boobs hard enough to handle most days.

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