The Movies channel was heavy on horror firms in the lead up to Halloween. One frequent play was the original, “Night of the Living Dead”, the first known appearance of Scientologists.

Then in a series of flicks about the grand-daddy of monsterdom, was the little known “Frankenstein Stymied”, the baron is defeated in his latest attempts, trying to reanimate fortunes of the football Giants and Jets. And finally, was the later in life, “Count Dracula, Orthodonist”, in which the original batman puts his skills to work with the first all-night, Dracula practice; starring Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee in part of their long-running partnership. It's a shame that Lee, who died in 2015 was never signed as a spokesman for Visine, given those bloodshot eyes. … With the Washington Nationals winning the World Series in dramatic fashion in seven games, we about 360 days before we see anything resembling great excitement in baseball again. ... A Halloween party at the White House nearly came to an abrupt end. President Trump opened a door to find someone dressed like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and nearly had a stroke. ... For those of us who live on streets with little foot traffic, I am working on a cookbook "Fifty Ways to Use Left Over Halloween Candy" (Besides eating it). ... I just got a really smart thermostat in my house. It told me to take the Nationals in seven. ... The college admissions scandal involving star Lori Loughlin, now facing bribery charges, has produced some new higher education traditions. An increasing number of schools are ending their parents’ weekend with a perp walk. One of the tells in the college admissions scandal, in which children of the rich and famous were put into unqualified positions on sports teams, was when the University of Southern California had to get local emergency squads to rescue members of the water polo team.

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