Originally posted on TVLine:
Scandal resumed its sophomore run on Thursday night by hitting all-time highs, drawing 8.4 million total viewers (up 18 percent from its fall finale) and a 2.8 demo rating (up 17 percent and beating CBS’ Elementary by four tenths).
Leading into that, Grey’s Anatomy(9.2 mil/3.1) was up 12 percent and two tenths. The antepenultimate Last Resort opened ABC’s night with 5.8 mil/1.2, up 18 percent and two tenths from its previous outing.
Over on CBS, The Big Bang Theory just keeps on getting bigger, inching up 3 percent to hit series highs for a second consecutive week: 19.8 million total viewers and a 6.3 demo rating.
Coming out of that, Two and a Half Men (14.3 mil/4.2) dipped in the demo week-to-week; Person of Interest
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Over the past few weeks, I have been hearing and reading so much about this so called, Scandal. Every social network has been flooded with tweets and posts. So what did I do, tuned in. This week may be my third episode and I must say that it has been interesting. Now, I can’t exactly say if the hoopla is about the acting, cast or just the story line overall, but I can guess it has to do with a little all of the above. The cast and plot are remarkable. I was sold with the first episode. There are a few issues that I have with a couple of the characters and I will start with the leading lady, Ms. Oivia Pope (Kerry Washington) – strong character, fashionable, energetic, and very voiceful. The only problem I have with her character is I find that she is very fast talking and sometimes overact her parts at times, a bit too dramatic. Then there’s, Harrison Wright(Columbus Short) – I am happy to see him cast in a serious role, always admired him as an actor but the only thing that bothers me is his raspy whispering tone. I find myself having to struggle to hear and understand what he is saying. However, I am proud of Judy Smith, Shonda Rhimes for entertaining us with a suspenseful, power driven drama, thank you ladies. Also, I commend Kerry Washington for her leading role.
Originally posted on MIX 105.1:
Last night, Paul Ryan traded the campaign trail for a trick-or-treat route, celebrating Halloween with his three children, wife, sister-in-law, niece and invited members of the press in his hometown of Janesville, Wisconsin. It was a routine affair with just one exception – his daughter’s costume. Ten-year-old Liza dressed as Katy Perry, who recently performed at an Obama campaign event.
Along with Beyonce and Jay-Z, Perry is among the few pop stars taking action for Obama’s re-election, with additional support from rock icons like Bruce Springsteen. She engaged youth voters with a performance at an Obama rally in Las Vegas on October 24, where she encouraged the barely-legal members of the massive crowd to vote for the first time. On October 7th, Perry performed at an Obama fundraiser in Los Angeles, and this Saturday (Nov. 3), she’ll appear with the president at a rally in Milwaukee. “I sang for…
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Originally posted on Twitchy:
As Twitchy reported yesterday, President Obama was to head back to the White House after a campaign rally in Orlando today. To “monitor” or something. Now, he’s skipping the Orlando event to begin his “monitoring” sooner.
No worries! The campaign rally itself isn’t canceled. He’s gonna let Bill Clinton finish.
Twitter users aren’t impressed with the optics attempt.
Hey, what about Benghazi? Guess that wasn’t important enough to “monitor,” right?
Want to see real leadership and caring? Check out the actions of the Romney campaign.
Originally posted on Twitchy:
A day after the delegates at the Democratic National Convention reintroduced the words God and Jerusalem to the party’s platform, musical guest Mary J. Blige had one more addition: crunk.
Mary J. Blige: "Now that we've established that we're family, let's make it a family affair & get it crunk for Pres Obama for 4 more years!"—
Molly Ball (@mollyesque) September 06, 2012
The delegates proceeded to dance, but did they really get it crunk? What is crunk? Professor?
One theory of…
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Originally posted on The Buzz 1230 AM:
Most of America seems to have their eye on The Democratic National Convention more than anything else on television. The speakers and guests of the Charlotte, N.C. based convention have all been highlighted and examined. However, the man that many viewers have been looking forward to see has spoken. The current President Barack Obama took the stage in the most recent DNC speech and although the venue was changed to a smaller location for safety reasons, the president made sure apologize and hols a conference call with the shut out supporters.
A little thunder hardly got in Obama’s way as he made his case for re-election this year. There have been many appraisals and criticisms towards the POTUS, but it’s up to you to decide what the future holds by hearing the Obama’s speech below!
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