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The VMAs, True Blood, Mad Men, and the Pack

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | September 13, 2009 |

By Dustin Rowles | Miscellaneous | September 13, 2009 |

Good afternoon, folks. It’s time for another edition of Pajiba After Dark, which serves as a reminder of tonight’s TV highlights and gives you a space to discuss them, before, after, or during the air times. I’ve trust some of you have had a decent day of football watching, while others of you do whatever it is you do on Sundays. Quilt, I guess.

Here are you highlights:


— “Scooby-Doo: The Mystery Begins,” over on the Cartoon Network.

— “Football Night in America,” on NBC, in case you haven’t had your fill yet.


— “King of the Hill” one-hour series finale over on Fox. So long, Hank. You hung on about three seasons too long.

— “Bears vs. Packers,” on NBC. My prediction: Packers 35, Bears 17.


— The MTV Video Music Awards. What? How can they award trophies to something they no longer air? Man alive, though. There was a time when I wouldn’t miss the VMA’s for the world. Now, I didn’t even know they were airing until today.

— “True Blood,” second season finale over on HBO. I honestly don’t understand the love. Everybody hated it last season, and now it’s suddenly the biggest show on pay cable.

— “Bridezillas” on WE. Just cause.


— “Hung,” the first season finale on HBO. I nearly gave up on this show, but it’s gotten progressively better.

— “Mad Men” over on AMC.


“Entourage,” over on HBO. This is the one where they don’t do anything.

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