LOL, TV Guide thinks Ghost Adventures is the best paranormal show of the decade. It absolutely is not. This poor sweet writer of this dumb piece seems to be under the impression that Ghost Adventures invented the ghost hunting genre. It did not. But even if it had, it’s still not a good paranormal show. And I am saying this as a person who spent an EMBARRASSING amount of money at the haunted museum owned by the show’s host.
Now, listen, Ghost Adventures is entertaining: Most of their evidence involves using a motion-detector from an Xbox Kinect or just having Zak Bagans and his merry band of dumdums running around screaming at nothing in the dark or announcing that they are suddenly FULL OF RAGE, as if that means anything. I just watched an episode where a man in the Arizona desert somewhere explained to Zak Bagans with a straight face that he killed three gray aliens with a samurai sword, and in another recent episode, Zak Bagans sat across from an adult woman who was dressed as a six-year-old in her bedroom THAT CONTAINED A MOTHERFUCKING ADULT-SIZED CRIB and listened somberly while she discussed the ghost in her house. Entertaining, yes! But certainly not good. Try again, TV Guide.
Seriously, why did it take so long for This Is Us to show Rebecca losing it on her kids after they were acting like little shits? FOR IT.
I’m posting this story about people from The Jersey Shore not because it’s newsworthy or that I care about anyone from The Jersey Shore because I most certainly do not, but because I strongly approve of the “MY CARBS! MY CHOICE!” sign. Thinking about getting that as a tattoo.
Meet the Fox News Reporter who is calling out the Trump Administration for their BULLSHIT. Good job, Ms. Griffin.
James Murdoch claims he doesn’t watch Fox News and the little he has seen, he doesn’t much like. So he’s more of a Shiv than a Kendall.
The next Democratic debate will be broadcast on MSNBC next month and it has been announced that it will be moderated entirely by women. I’m sure this has NOTHING to do with the Ronan Farrow scandal, and the calls for the DNC to pull the debate from NBC. But you know what? I’ll take it if it means we will FINALLY get some questions about women’s rights and reproductive issues.
There’s not a whole lot of news in the corner today, in part because Washington D.C. is paying its respects to Congressman Elijah Cummings, and in part because the Republicans are just plumb pooped after yesterday’s shenanigans.
That said, they still have some shenaniganing to do: today Senator Lindsey Graham is planning to announce a resolution condemning the House Democrats for following inquiry rules established by the Republicans. HE’S JUST SPITTIN’ MAD, Y’ALL, THAT THE DEMONCRATS ARE DEIGNING TO ABIDE BY ALL THE RULES AND BYLINES PUT INTO PLACE BY THAT NOTORIOUS LIBERAL JOHN BOEHNER.
Here’s Andrew Napolitano explaining to the Fox & Friends that this is bullshit:
Andrew Napolitano: "As frustrating as it may be to have these hearings going on behind closed doors … they are consistent with the rules. … When were the rules written last? In January of 2015. And who signed them? John Boehner. And who enacted them? A Republican majority." pic.twitter.com/Zl10ZNugf4
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) October 24, 2019
And listen: I want these hearings to be public, too (I mean, I’m not looking forward to the eyeball strain I’m going to have listening to the Republicans on these committees doing their level best to come up with something ANYTHING to grandstand about, but it’s the price I’ll have to pay), but the investigation must be allowed to proceed without these chuckleheads coordinating their lies ahead of time.
The good news is, this case is so black-and-white, so clear, that it looks lie the Democrats might be able to begin holding public and televised hearings as soon as mid-November. So stock up on popcorn now.
Also intriguing news: the Democrats would very much like to talk to one mustachioed walrus, John Bolton, the National Security Advisor who thought withholding aid from Ukraine was a TERRRRRRRIBLE idea and who either quit or was fired in a fit of pique right around the same time all this nonsense was happening. He did promise he would have his say “in due time.” Personally, I think that time should be right about now, in front of Adam Schiff, please and thank you.
And a few quick additional interesting points: 1. One of the Fraud Guarantee guys, Lev, he’s claiming that some of the evidence in the case against him might be subject to “executive privilege” which I can not imagine is going over well with the White House lawyers right about now. 2. White House Trade Advisor Peter Navarro wouldn’t say whether or not he pressured China for dirt on the Bidens during trade talks …
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) October 24, 2019
IT’S A SIMPLE YES OR NO QUESTION, PETE.
3. The best The Wall Street Journal can come up with as a defense of President Boob is that he’s too stupid to have been able to pull off a quid pro quo. 4. Keep an eye on this guy, Kash Patel. He’s a White House aide who might have been one of the galaxy brains who came up with this ridiculous “Ukraine was the REAL colluder” conspiracy theory that everyone was running around chasing. Methinks we’ll be hearing more of his name later. 5. And Rudy Colludy is apparently looking for an attorney of his own. GEE, WHY?
- Mr. Pickles has bee renewed for a second season at Adult Swim.
- Defending the Guilty has been renewed for a second season at BBC.
- Sunnyside is not OFFICIALLY canceled, and maybe is finding an audience online? Could it find a place on Peacock, the upcoming NBC streaming service? MAYBE.
- A Hocus Pocus sequel starring the original cast might be in the works at Disney+.
- Grass Kings is being adapted for TV.
- Oggy Oggy, a preschool series, has been ordered by Netflix.
- Peter Coyote is going to be your Robert Mueller. I’m here for it.
- Freddie Prinze Jr. is going to join the cast of the Punky Brewster reboot.
- Zosia Mamet has joined The Flight Attendant on HBO Max.
- Sarah Snook will star in AMC’s upcoming anthology series.
- Lela Loren is joining the cast of American Gods.
- Noah Emmerich, Fred Willard, and Jessica St. Clair have joined the cast of Space Force on Netflix.
Mark Your Calendars
- Chance the Rapper is the host and musical guest on this week’s Saturday Night Live.
- Billy on the Street will come to Netflix on November 1.
BIG NEWS: MOVE OVER, GRACE AND FRANKIE! BILLY ON THE STREET IS COMING TO @NETFLIX FOR THE FIRST TIME NOV 1st!!!!! FOUR SEASONS OF CHAOS AND JOY!!! SAY IT WITH ME NOW: LET’S GO LESBIANS, LET’S GO!!!!!!!! pic.twitter.com/5zjM5CfcII
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) October 23, 2019
- A Heist with Markiplier will debut on YouTube on October 30.
- Belgravia will debut on Epix in 2020.
- Virtually History will debut on YouTube on November 6.
- Dear Santa, I Need a Date will debut on TV One on December 8.
Jerry Fogel, Actor known for The Mother-in-Law and White Shadow
Supernatural: The boys and Rowena work to prevent all Hell from breaking loose — literally. 7 p.m., The CW
Will & Grace: This is back sooner than expected. Season premiere. 8:30 p.m., NBC
Daybreak: Just some teenagers in the zombie apocalypse, having a great time. Netflix
Evil: In a B subplot, Ben goes on a ghost hunting show to debunk their findings. YOU’RE NO FUN, BEN. 9 p.m., CBS
- Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: Keegan-Michael Key, Chance the Rapper, Brockhampton
- Late Night with Seth Meyers: Willem Dafoe, Kathryn Hahn, A$AP Ferg, Terence Higgins
- The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Rob Corddry, Toby Keith
- The Late Late Show with James Corden: Edward Norton, Leslie Odom Jr.
- Jimmy Kimmel Live: Eddie Murphy
- Conan: Megan Mullally
- Watch What Happens Live: Julie Andrews, Whoopi Goldberg
- A Little Late with Lily Singh: Jenna Dewan, Nick Offerman
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