WASHINGTON, October 24, 2012 – Take me out to the ballgame, take me out to the crowds… Get your peanuts and Cracker Jack (though the prizes are so not worth it, I haven’t gotten a diamond ring in years) and a favorite beverage because for many, it is a day as good as Christmas, it is Game one of The World Series…
If watching guys in funny pants is not your idea of a hump-day viewing win, there is plenty of comedy and drama to fill your night.
Tonights schedule is:
8 p.m. The Men of October take the field while survivors roll in the mud in this hour.
ABC: The Middle: In this new episode Sue (Eden Sher) accidentally runs over Axl’s (Charlie McDermott) foot while practicing driving; Axl looks forward to voting; Brick (Atticus Shaffer) binges on Halloween candy.
CBS: Survivor: Philippines: Episode 6: Down and dirty
NBC: Animal Practice: In this new episode Dorothy (Joanna Garcia-Swisher) takes on the Halloween pet costume contest while George (Justin Kirk) takes on Jill (June Diane Raphael).
CW: Arrow: Oliver (Stephen Amell) is surprised when someone shoots and kills one of his targets. As his plan is to bring people to justice vs. outright killing them, Oliver doesn’t appreciate the help and searches for the gunman.
ABC: The Neighbors: In this new episode the Weavers introduce the aliens to Halloween.
NBC: Guys With Kids: In this new episode Chris (Jesse Bradford) is recruited to date the new co-op board president to save the gang’s Halloween celebration.
9 p.m. Viewer favorites Modern Family and Suburgatory in this hour.
ABC: Modern Family: In this new episode Claire must reign in her enthusiasm for Halloween and keep her celebration kid-friendly; Phil decides to hold an open house on Halloween; Mitch and Cam have a costume party; Gloria’s hormones make her more quick-tempered than usual.
CBS: Criminal Minds: In this new episode when a legless body is found in the New Mexico desert and a second unwilling amputee shows up at the hospital, the BAU team searches for this amateur surgeon (guest star Ray Wise) before he preys upon his next reluctant victim.
NBC: Law and Order: Special Victims Unit: In SVU’s 300th episode, a missing child stirs up memories from the past.
CW: Supernatural: Sam and Dean investigate a bizarre murder in a college town. Close on the tail of their suspect, they bust into an apartment to find two dead bodies and a laptop cued up to some disturbing video footage.
ABC: Suburgatory: In this new episode when Tessa convinces Dalia and her friends to think up feminist-inspired Halloween costumes, she attracts the attention of the Chatswin witch; Noah and George dress as each other; George misunderstands when Dallas asks him out.
10 p.m. Ethical dilemmas, missing moms, and musical murder in this hour.
ABC: Nashville: In this new episode Rayna learns her family is facing financial ruin; Juliette asks Deacon to write and tour with her exclusively; Juliette’s mother re-enters her life.
CBS: CSI: Crime Scene Investigation: In this new episode when a famed music historian is murdered and left in a piano, it has an emotional effect on Sanders
NBC: Chicago Fire: In this new episode armed with evidence against the teenage son of a crooked cop, Casey must decide how far he’s willing to go.
A new episode of Ghost Hunters at 9 p.m. On Syfy channel
A new episode of Toy Hunters at 9 p.m. On The Travel Channel
A new episode of American Restoration at 9:30 p.m. On The History Channel
A new episode of Cajun Pawn Stars at 10 p.m. On The History Channel
A new episode of Life After Top Chef at 10 p.m. On BRAVO
New episodes of Duck Dynasty at 10 p.m. And 10:30 p.m. On A&E
New episodes of Food Paradise on The Travel Channel at 10 p.m. And 11 p.m.
For movie lovers:
For Halloween fans: Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers at 8 p.m. On AMC
Raising Renee at 8 p.m. On HBO
Love & Sex at 8 p.m. On FLIX
I Don’t Know How She Does it at 8 p.m. on SHOWTIME
Forrest Gump at 9 p.m. On MOMAX
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