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Cable Chatter! Week of Oct. 2nd

Here's what to watch this week.

This week is stacking up to be one of the most thrilling weeks in television history.  From cartoon snafus to dramatic up-endings, it’s a week you won’t want to miss. Here are the four shows with brand new episodes that, we think, are worthy of your time:

1. iCarly (TV-Y7), Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. on Nickelodeon – Freddy’s Exposed 

Tune in as the quirky, fun-loving gang discover Freddy is a closet racist.  After making a remark at a local fast food chain, Sam, Carly, and Spencer begin getting suspicious and start questioning Freddy’s moral compass.  The result: a breakdown that will shake Nickelodeon’s target demographic to their fragile core and haunt them for years after, eventually driving them to drink.

The Washington Post said: “A moving performance.  I hope prepubescent whites don’t make light of these issues due to the relentless laugh track.”

2. This is Us (TV-14), Mondays at 9:00 p.m. on NBCStories Intertwining

Follow this cohort of real, relatable humans as they cross paths with other main characters or some bullshit like that.

Us Weekly comments: “You’re right, NBC, this IS us.”  

3. Detroit Muscle (TV-14), Sunday at 8:00 p.m. on Spike –  Church, Then Brunch

Things in the inner city are shaken up this week as the garage heads down to St. Paul Catholic Church for a Sunday morning cleansing of their sins.  Spoiler alert, the entire crew locks hands during the Our Father!  Afterwards, they all take a load off at La Pendita Cafe for an all-you-can eat brunch buffet and half-priced bloodies.

Muscle Digest writes: “I guess this is fine?”

4. Spongebob Squarepants (TV-G), Tuesday at 6 p.m. on Nickelodeon – Patrick’s Award

This week, Patrick tries desperately to win an award.

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