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Television Lite October 7th – October 11th, 2013

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Welcome to a new week of the boob tube!  The only cool thing happening this week is the return of American Horror Story on the 9th, otherwise youre stuck with Steve Martin and Edie Brickell.  Talk about a lame ass duo.  I cant even find any redemption in that pairing its like a white rice sandwich on wonderbread.  Boring bland and sorta gross.

Mary Magpie’s heroes 21 Pilots show up though.  Here is a band that she trudged out to see in a venue that held 125 people (and wasnt a sell out!) less than a year ago.  Suddenly they’re everywhere and opening for the prodigal son boys, Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco.  Well done kids and nice flips!  That’s all we got kiddos…here’s your list.

 

Monday, October 7

David Letterman: Two Door Cinema Club
Jay Leno: the Avett Brothers
Craig Ferguson: Zooey Deschanel
Jimmy Fallon: Paul McCartney
Arsenio Hall: Gogol Bordello
Ellen DeGeneres: Demi Lovato

 

Tuesday, October 8

Jay Leno: Toni Braxton & Kevin “Babyface” Edmonds
Jimmy Fallon: Miley Cyrus
Conan O’Brien: Florida Georgia Line (R 8/5/13))
Arsenio Hall: Thompson Square
Ellen DeGeneres: Steve Martin & Edie Brickell

 

Wednesday, October 9

David Letterman: the Weeknd
Jay Leno: Lissie
Jimmy Fallon: Ylvis, Cassadee Pope
Conan O’Brien: Steve Martin, Edie Brickell
Arsenio Hall:, MC Lyte
Ellen DeGeneres: Lorde

 

Thursday, October 10

Conan O’Brien:, Twenty One Pilots (R 8/8/13)
Totally Biased: Chris Rock (R 9/9/13)
Kelly & Michael: Sandra Oh
Ellen DeGeneres: Fall Out Boy, Pete Wentz, Patrick Stump

 

Friday, October 11

David Letterman: Cage the Elephant
Jay Leno: Tenacious D
Arsenio Hall: Steve Earle & the Dukes
Ellen DeGeneres: Miley Cyrus

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