USA TV: "Killer Clergy Marathon"

USA Network last night began advertising their special "Killer Clergy Marathon" airing--of course--on Sunday.  Here's the schedule: 

5:00 PM Law & Order: SVU (Killer Clergy Marathon) “Misleader”

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6:00 PM Law & Order: SVU (Killer Clergy Marathon) “Silence”

7:00 PM Law & Order: SVU (Killer Clergy Marathon) “Ritual”

9:00 PM Law & Order: SVU (Killer Clergy Marathon) “Unorthodox”

10:00 PM Law & Order: SVU (Killer Clergy Marathon) “Sin”

11:00 PM Law & Order: SVU (Killer Clergy Marathon) “Hell”

Be sure to skip it.

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7 years 11 months ago
Let's not forget CNN's "documentary" (i.e. propaganda/hit piece) on pope Benedict this weekend.

Might as well skip that too...
Kang Dole
7 years 11 months ago
By "skip," I'm understanding you to mean, "buy a box of wine and watch 'em all."
7 years 11 months ago
Alas, cable networks will stoop to almost anything to promote another '' rerun marathon''.
Still I must confess if I am going to waste an hour watching a tv series, I could do a lot worse then to watch Mariska Hargitay and SVU....

 
Stanley Kopacz
7 years 11 months ago
Nice to see a network bringing back inspirational Sunday fare.  However, I think there's a rabbi in there.  Shouldn't that one be shown on shabbat?
Bill Collier
7 years 11 months ago
Hmm.I'm going to hold out for the "Killer Apps Marathon." It's a little known fact that iPhones are inherently lethal.

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