Daddy's Christmas Angel

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Favorite Halloween Show is a Scary Topic

When I signed up for the Small Packages Blogfest, I didn't know what a scary event I was in for. After all, the topic of my favorite Halloween TV program is full of fear for me because I never watch regular TV programs until after the baseball season and World Series are over!

Now how scary is that?

I've taken a look at several other blogs about Halloween TV and have discovered I'm over my head with this subject. The event is sponsored by Cerebral Lunchbox which has a good post on the subject.

I'm still watching baseball--the Rays and the Rangers tonight--although my beloved St. Louis Cardinals are out of it!

So, if you want to know about scary TV, take a look at some of the hangouts listed at Cerebral Lunchbox.

Play ball and "boo" do go together, so scary may find me as I watch more baseball...

7 comments:

Witless Exposition said...

Sometimes watching a ball game is as scary as a movie, especially like watching a no-hitter like the Philly's just had. Always a nail biter everytime someone goes up to bat!

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Unfortunately I can't this month, but I'm sure I've watched many of the shows on her list!

Monti said...

Yep! Watching a ball game is scary as well...especially when the other team is batting bottom of the ninth!

Enid Wilson said...

My heart is weak. I can't go near scary movies or TV.

My Darcy Mutates

KK Brees said...

I just keep wondering why all those players have jock itch. Somebody needs to wash those towels in the locker room.

Helen Ginger said...

I'm not a big baseball fan, but if it's still going on come Halloween, perhaps there will be a game being aired that night. You could write about it. Undoubtedly, there will be a few people in costumes, maybe some candy thrown in the stands. Gotta be scary to duck hard candy being hurled at you by a guy dressed as Frankenstein.

Monti said...

You're right, Helen. If the series goes beyond the minimum of four games, it might extend past Halloween into November for the first time ever. Guess it's a good thing that the Minnesota Twins with their new outdoor stadium will not be one of the teams. They would be playing in the snow!