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Monday, November 8, 2010

The Week In Event Names: Basic Cable TV Guide Edition

Posted By on Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 11:55 AM

First Blood plays Saturday at the Oakland Metro Operahouse.
  • First Blood plays Saturday at the Oakland Metro Operahouse.

NBC: The Poison Control Center. Drama.
CBS: Great American Taxi. Game show.
Fox: Terrible Things. News.
ABC: City (Comma) State. Sitcom.

ABC Family: OK Sweetheart. Sitcom.
Cartoon Network: The Supervillains. Cartoon.
Disney Channel: Sydney Ducks. Cartoon.
Nickelodeon: Group Hex. Teen sitcom.
Nick Jr.: Nosebleed Academy. Game show.

Bravo: Artist vs. Poet. Reality show.
E!: Lecherous Gaze. Talk show.
BBC America: Ballyhoo! Sitcom.
Lifetime: Cat Party. Call-in show.
Oxygen: Fistful of Mercy. Made-for-TV movie (PG-13, 2004).
Spike: Cold Steel Renegade. Movie (PG-13, 1988).
TNT: Two Headed Spy. Movie (PG, 1966).
TBS: 5 Shitty Fingers. Movie (R, 2008).

Animal Planet: Spider Fever
Discovery Channel: Bookworms
Food Network: Hot Lunch
History Channel: Agent Deadlies
Military History Channel: Weapons of the Future
Travel Channel: Breathe Carolina
HSN: The Backup Razor
The Worship Network: God Module

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