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Brett Favre vs. the Packers

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | October 5, 2009 |

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | October 5, 2009 |

Before we get to the television highlights, one last reminder that tomorrow — at 3 p.m. EST — is the second installment of the Pajiba Movie Club. The movie is Night of the Living Dead.

Also, I think I’m just going to hit just the highlights from now on, instead of everything that’s on network television. It’ll give y’all something to bitch about when I leave something out. Like “Accidentally on Purpose”.


— “Heroes” on NBC. Who is still watching this show? And how’s it going so far?

— “Dancing With the Stars” on ABC. Terrible show, but it’s almost worth it for Dan’s phenomenal recaps.

— “House” on Fox.

— “How I Met Your Mother” on CBS. So far so good this season.


— Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings. I know that Brett Favre isn’t that popular anymore, and I’m not a particularly big fan of either team. But damn: I cannot wait for this game. Vikings 23, Packers 20. Ryan Grant gets shut down, and Favre has only a mediocre night. Adrian Peterson wins it for the Vikes.


— “Outrage” on HBO. This actually looks like a compelling documentary — it’s about self-hating closeted gay politicians who vote against gay interests. The doc also makes the unsurprising assertion that Florida Governor Charlie Crist is gay. No? Really?

“Trauma” on NBC. Gonna give this a second shot to see if it lives up to the first episode.


— “The Big Bang Theory” on CBS. Rubble44, who won last weeks’ Eloquent Eloquence, requested a season of “Big Bang Theory” as his reward. Maybe it’s better than I give it credit for. Maybe I’ll check out another episode. Or maybe Rubble44 should be stripped of his title.


— “Castle” on ABC.

That’s it.

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