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Making a list and checking it twice.

So tonight is organization night and it goes just as far as it goes, which is to say Sunday 12/30 when Comedy Central's listings run out.  Sorry jlms qkw, I'll get them as soon as I can.

I've included all the 11 pm to midnight programming on our usual Monday - Friday schedule as well as some additional items of interest, principally Futurama ek'smas episodes and South Park specials.  I see that there is a healthy mixture of Beavis and Butthead where I haven't decided if it's new or not.  If new my activist brother will probably want me to tape it for him because he's a huge fan (heh heh, heh heh heh, he said huge).

Monday 12/17

   * 12/6 - Chris Christie
   * 12/3 - Ian McKellen

   * 2 am A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All!

Tuesday 12/18

   * 12/11 - Laura Linney
   * 12/6 - Peter Jackson

Wednesday 12/19

   * 12:30 pm Xmas Story (3 am 12/24, 9 am, 4:30 pm 12/25)
   * 1 pm A Tale of Two Santas (3:30 am 12/24, 9:30 am, 5 pm 12/25)
   * 1:30 pm The Futurama Holiday Spectacular (4 am 12/24, 10 am, 5:30 pm 12/25)

   * 12/5 - Alan Simpson
   * 12/11 - Malcolm Gladwell, Audra McDonald

Thursday 12/20

   * 8 pm A Farewell To Arms

   * 12/12 - Cory Booker
   * 12/12 - Mandy Patinkin, Michael Stipe

Monday 12/24

   * Bad Santa

Tuesday 12/25

   * 9 pm Mr. Hankey The Christmas Poo
   * 9:30 pm Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics
   * 10 pm A Very Crappy Christmas
   * 10:30 pm Christmas in Canada?
   * 11 pm Woodland Critter Christmas
   * 11:30 pm Red Sleigh Down

Wednesday 12/26

   * Tosh (I won't even dignify it with a link)

Thursday 12/27

   * Jackass Movie (once again)

So Monday, Wednesday and Thursday next week I'll be watching something else.

Friday 12/28

   * 9:30 am Kristen Schaal

And that pretty much takes us through Amateur Night.  If you want to attempt any of these please let me know, there's always room for volunteers.

As usual I've spent my entire time away from you sitting on my ass doing nothing.

The Stars Hollow Gazette/DocuDharma Digest

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Friday 12/14

* On This Day In History December 14 by: TheMomCat
* Only 7 Days Left Until The End Of The World! by: ek hornbeck
* Punting the Pundits by: TheMomCat
* Normalizing Marijuana by: TheMomCat
* Impressions Under Water by: ek hornbeck

Saturday 12/15

* The Stolen Child by: TheMomCat
* On This Day In History December 15 by: TheMomCat
* What We Missed Yesterday by: TheMomCat
* Punting the Pundits by: TheMomCat
* Health and Fitness News by: TheMomCat
* Dean Baker: The Fiscal Myth by: TheMomCat
* More Hanukkah Jollity by: ek hornbeck

Sunday 12/16

* Punting the Pundits: Sunday Preview Edition by: TheMomCat
* What We Now Know by: TheMomCat
* On This Day In History December 16 by: TheMomCat
* Only 6 Days Until The End Of The World! by: ek hornbeck
* Rant of the Week: Mandy Patinkin by: TheMomCat
* Happy Birthday, Ludwig by: TheMomCat

Monday 12/17

* On This Day In History December 17 by: TheMomCat
* The Overhyped Fiscal Myth by: TheMomCat
* Punting the Pundits by: TheMomCat
* No Pro Gun Senators Would Appear on MTP by: TheMomCat
* Mental Illness: A Cause Near and Dear to Me by: poligirl
* Sen. Daniel Inouye Has Died by: TheMomCat

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Friday 12/14

* Muse in the Morning by: Robyn
* On This Day In History December 14 by: TheMomCat
* FCC: Merry Christmas, Rupert by: TheMomCat
* Cartnoon by: ek hornbeck
* Health and Fitness News by: TheMomCat
* Terror, Horror and Human Rights (or rather lack thereof) by: Robyn

Saturday 12/15

* The Stolen Child by: TheMomCat
* On This Day In History December 15 by: TheMomCat
* Impressions Under Water by: ek hornbeck
* Cartnoon by: ek hornbeck
* Normalizing Marijuana by: TheMomCat
* Only 6 Days Until The End Of The World! by: ek hornbeck
* More Hanukkah Jollity by: ek hornbeck

Sunday 12/16

* Six In The Morning by: mishima
* On This Day In History December 16 by: TheMomCat
* What We Now Know by: TheMomCat
* Cartnoon by: ek hornbeck
* Dean Baker: The Fiscal Myth by: TheMomCat
* The Maestro on LIBOR by: Compound F

Monday 12/17

* Muse in the Morning by: Robyn
* On This Day In History December 17 by: TheMomCat
* Who needs clothes? by: ek hornbeck
* Cartnoon by: ek hornbeck
* A Righteous Rant: Terrorism and Personal Responsibilty by: TheMomCat
* Happy Birthday, Ludwig by: TheMomCat

DocuDharma

As is our custom we'll be attempting to provide amusement when most sources of it are disrupted because that's when you'll need it most.  I'll also be attempting to develop a consolidated Digest for 2012, we do occasionally feature some good stuff along with the crap I pump out and I think there are a few items of interest that may have been generally overlooked.

Tonight's Interviews

Full The Daily Show (12/6)

More Chris Christie than you are probably interested in-

Part 1

Part 2

Full The Colbert Report

On the other hand, I wish Stephen had more time with his guests (except when he's doing that Big Jim/Billy Sol Farm Celebrity Sing-a-long thing).

In new news I did manage to see The Hobbit this weekend and found it much more enjoyable than the critics suggested and alas it appears Nikki Hally has decided to go in a different direction for a replacement for Jim DeMint.

On with the show.

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