Scooby Doo Curse Of The Lake Monster

October 17, 2010 by Post Team 

Scooby Doo Curse Of The Lake Monster, Pit Boss
Animal Planet 10/9c
Hard work should always be rewarded. I hope everyone had a boss as appreciated as Shorty, who takes his team to Mexico for a little fun. The crew relaxes on the beach, shop and enjoy a true Mexican fiesta, but before their flight is more, come to reciprocate when the unexpected happens and Shorty is in need of support. – Rhoda Charles

Bo Burnham: Words, words, words
11/10c Comedy Central
actors often do not have regular routines, including haiku, statistics and how Shakespeare could write prn, but Bo Burnham is not a regular comedian. Not yet 20 years old when he made this special in Boston, in the House of Blues, the talented wordsmith addresses these issues and more with a supply of rapid-fire signature, and also accompanied on guitar and piano (and the triangle!) to catchy tunes about the irony, humor, feminism, Catholicism and the men and women. – Joe Friedrich

Sundance 9/8c
Hugh Jackman, a talented actor certainly not given to chew the scenery, chews the fat with renowned chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The two, who happen to be neighbors and friends, talk about food, movies, family and the creative process, and store and prepare for a charity dinner takes place in the Vongerichten restaurant, Kitchen ABC in New York. Later, Jackman takes the chef of a boxing training, where the actor is preparing for a role in a movie. – Ray Stackhouse

Scooby-Doo! The Curse of the Lake Monster
Cartoon Network 7/6c
The cast of 2009′s Scooby-Doo! Start the mystery is back for another round of mystery and intrigue in the film tonight with a live action Mystery Inc. gang of teenagers. When the lands of their friends Daphne jobs in Country Club with his uncle, members of the group believe they are in a great summer. But it’s not long until they realize strange things (mystic moon rocks, a monster frog!) For the lake and decided to get to the bottom of the mystery. – Brie Hearn

7:30 / 6:30 c ABC
With six races left, Jimmie Johnson drive for five straight Sprint Cup championships stop at one of her favorite places, Charlotte Motor Speedway for the Bank of America 500. Johnson is developed in the 1.5-mile oval of Charlotte as Tiger Woods at Augusta National, with his No. 48 Chevrolet reaching victory lane to tie the track record six times in just 18 Cup Series starts, the last in this event last year. Johnson lead series is 36 points over Denny Hamlin, while Kurt Busch is 140 points back when bids for a trifecta of Charlotte in a season after making the All-Star race and Coca-Cola 600 in May. – Roger Leister

MLB Playoffs
7:30 / 6:30 c Fox
Tim Lincecum vs Roy Halladay in Game 1 of the NLCS! It certainly sounds like tonight’s contest in Philadelphia between the Phillies and the Giants could be one of the fighting that is going to read about or witnessed by recalling that, for many years down the road. In his appearance division series against Atlanta, the Giants’ Lincecum allowed two hits and struck out 14. In his start against the Reds, Halladay came a bit short in the K (eight), choosing to be a bit stingy with the hits, threw the second no-hitter in postseason history. If you are one of the opposing fans to pitching duels, skip this. – David Roeder

Fantastic Mr. Fox
Cinemax 10/9c
Oscar-nominated adventure animation features the expressive voice of George Clooney as the title character, a rogue whose vulpine cunning scheme to steal chickens from a trio of “the meanest, nastiest, ugliest farmers in the valley” triggered a battle between farmers and a community of creatures cunning. Other voice talent includes Meryl Streep, Bill Murray and Owen Wilson. The charming 2009 film PG-rated, based on a Roald Dahl novel, directed by Wes Anderson, who co-wrote the script and the voice of the weasel. – Ray Stackhouse

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