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DVR Dump – Week of 10/13/2013

So much good TV and so little time… yes, it’s time again for DVR Dump, my list of all the things stockpiled on my DVR that I plan on catching up with, complete with a short synopsis of each episode.  Sit back, put your feet up, make some coffee, and enjoy your catching up on all the shows you might have missed.

Sunday:

Aqua TV Show Show (formerly Aqua Teen Hunger Force) – “Storage Zeebles” found Carl buying the contents of a storage unit to make a quick buck, and he comes across an amazing (and bizarre) discovery.

Bob’s Burgers - In this Halloween themed episode, “Fort Night,” the kids are trapped in a fort built out of boxes by one of Louise’s insane “friends”. Plus Bob and Linda attempt to build a costume…

The Simpsons - “Treehouse of Horror XXIV” had a spectacular opening sequence by Guillermo Del Torro, followed by three not-so-spectacular shorts. Curious to see an actual episode of The Simpsons this season; so far, it’s been this and a Homeland parody.

Monday:

Box PrinceAdventure Time with Finn and Jake - in “Box Prince,” when a cat wearing a box appears outside the tree house after a storm, Finn takes off on a grand adventure of his own unique imagination’s design.

Sleepy Hollow - “The Lesser Key of Solomon”: Ichabod and Abbie find out the name of the evil force that terrorizes Sleepy Hollow. Kinda hoping it was named “Frank.” SPOILERS – It’s not.

Tuesday:

New Girl - “The Captain” was about sex. A lot of it was about sex. Also, as I predicted last week, it seems Schmidt is firmly on the path to ultimate douchebaggery, as he plots to break up Nick and Jess for most of the episode.

Chicago Fire - This week’s “Is She Hot” had a dramatic underwater rescue, a rather gruesome construction-related injury, and the bar co-owned by several of the firefighters is under threat of new management.

Wednesday:

South Park - “World War Zimmerman” kinda missed for me with a World War Z parody that they paired off with a commentary on the George Zimmerman trial.

its-always-sunny-in-philadelphia-17It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia - HAPPY 100th BIRTHDAY! “The Gang Saves The Day” as means of celebrating this milestone episode.

The League - Goes perhaps too far this week in “Heavy Petting,” which involves a van full of puppies (some dead!) and a child’s party. After the last two fairly experimental episodes, it’s nice to have a “classic” episode of the show.

Thursday:

Parks and Recreation - BILLY ON THE STREET (in Pawnee)! The manic star of Funny or Die’s fantastic webseries (also on Fuse) made a guest appearance as part of the continuing merger of Pawnee with rival (richer) town Eagleton. Also meet the “other” Ron (Sam Elliott!), and thrill as a rivalry is born.

Friday:

Legend Of Korra - Triad activity threatens to put Future Industries out of business, and Mako performs an investigation uncovering a vast conspiracy in “The Sting.”

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