01 October, 2012

Presidential Debate Schedule: How will it ruin your TV viewing?


Even though 95% of the country has already decided who they are going to vote for, the 5% who are confused about which candidate represents them and how to actually vote need these debates to help them choose.  Or something.

But that means the fate of the nation and the world infringes on our favorite television programs! Those bastages! So here is a list of debate dates and times so that you can schedule video game sessions or sex time with the one you love (or picked up at a bar).

Note: the debates will be shown on the free networks and cable news. Your favorite cable network should not be affected but check their schedules just in case.

Wednesday - October 3, 2012
Domestic Policy
9:00-10:30pm New York City Time

Thursday - October 11, 2012
VP Debate on Foreign and Domestic Policy
9:00-10:30pm New York City Time

Tuesday - October 16, 2012
Foreign and Domestic Policy
9:00-10:30pm New York City Time

Monday - October 22, 2012
Foreign Policy
9:00-10:30pm New York City Time

Note: The networks should still run the 8pm hour with normal programming. Some popular programs may get moved up. Check your local listings.

6 comments:

  1. I'm actually more interested than usual to see how these damn debates are gonna go, especially considering Mitt's propensity to put his foot in his mouth. Or will he miraculously get his shit together in time for the debates? We shall see.

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    1. I will watch the debates because I'm interested to see Mitt's "zingers" that he has been practicing 24/7. Because you know it won't go as well as he thinks it will... and it will be funny.

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  2. I'm already voting Obama like most of the country so I don't need these debates to ruin my fuckin TV viewing. Fuck you 5%. Now I will miss an episode of Revolution in 4 weeks. Which is more important Revolution or the election? Trick question. Revolution.

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  3. I don't want to miss Modern Family, The Middle or Law & Order SVU this Wednesday.

    Television is more important to me than who the President is.

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    1. Because in reality the president has very little power. Whereas TV has the power to make you happy or sad every couple of minutes.

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