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Nielsen basic cable ratings for the week ending December 10

by Bob Sassone, posted Dec 14th 2006 8:00AM
The Closer1. Monday Night Football (ESPN)
2. The Closer (TNT)
3. WWE Monday Night RAW - Mon, 10pm (USA)
4. WWE Monday Night RAW - Mon, 9pm (USA)
5. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sat, 9:30am (Nickelodeon)
6. Santa Baby (ABC Family)
7. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sat, 9am (Nickelodeon)
8. Fairly Odd Parents - Sun, 10am (Nickelodeon)
9. Fairly Odd Parents - Sat, 10am (Nickelodeon)
10. SpongeBob SquarePants - Thurs, 5pm (Nickelodeon)

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Nielsen basic cable ratings for the week ending October 29

by Bob Sassone, posted Nov 2nd 2006 8:20AM
SpongeBob 1. Monday Night Football (ESPN)
2. Flavor of Love 2 (VH-1)
3. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sat, 9:30am (Nickelodeon)
4. Sportscenter - Mon (ESPN)
5. WWE Monday Night RAW - 10pm (USA)
6. Fairly Odd Parents - Sat, 10am (Nickelodeon)
7. WWE Monday Night RAW - 9pm (USA)
8. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sat, 9am (Nickelodeon)
9. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sun, 9am (Nickelodeon)
10. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sun, 9:30am (Nickelodeon)

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Ugly Betty does extreme makeover of Bill Belichick

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 28th 2006 9:36AM

America FerreraIf you're from New England (or the past few years a football fan in general), you know that New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick isn't exactly a fashion plate. He always seems to wear the same thing, and looks kinda frumpy (no offense). But he really doesn't seem to mind it. He's not really the kind of guy who cares about looks.

That might change this Monday, October 30, on ESPN. That's when the cast of ABC's Ugly Betty will make an appearance on Monday Night Football and give Belichick a makeover. The people from the fictional Mode magazine on the show will do some Photoshop work on Belichick and turn him into Tom Brady.

I have no idea what this mean. Are they just going to take a picture of Belichick, click here and there and change him into Brady, or is it more involved than that, with Belichick and Brady actually involved? I guess we'll have to tune in to find out. The segment will air at 7pm.

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Nielsen basic cable ratings for the week ending October 1

by Bob Sassone, posted Oct 5th 2006 6:22PM
Nip/Tuck1. Monday Night Football (ESPN)
2. Halloweentown (Disney)
3. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sat, 9:30am (Nickelodeon)
4. WWE Monday Night RAW - 10pm (USA)
5. SpongeBob SquarePants - Sat, 9am (Nickelodeon)
6. College Football - Auburn vs. South Carolina (ESPN)
7. WWE Monday Night RAW - 9pm (USA)
8. Monday Night Countdown (ESPN)
9. Fairly Odd Parents - Sat, 10am (Nickelodeon)
10. Nip/Tuck (FX)

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The end of Monday Night Football -- on ABC, anyhow.

by Kim Voynar, posted Dec 26th 2005 10:40PM
Well, it's been a great 36 years, ABC, but, as Jonathon reported the other day, like a middle-aged man with a mid-life crisis dumping his faithful wife for the hot young secretary, Monday Night Football is running off with a new love - ESPN. Tonight's game between the New England Patriots and New York Jets marks the long-running sports juggernaut's last hurrah on ABC. Next season, if you want your Monday Night Football, you'll have to shell out the bucks for cable to watch it over on ESPN. The game itself isn't any big deal -- the Jets are long since out of the playoffs, but I imagine some people are watching for old times' sake.  

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McGraw and Kimmel join Monday Night Football

by Bob Sassone, posted Aug 10th 2005 4:40PM

Jimmy KimmelHe'll be singing a new version of "I Like It, I Love It" during halftime game highlights. No, not Jimmy Kimmel, I'm talking about singer Tim McGraw! Kimmel will be doing monologues during halftime.

So now we'll have McGraw, Kimmel, and The Rolling Stones on the Monday Night Football broadcast. And I never thought I'd write a sentence like that.

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Stones rock for the NFL

by Chris Thilk, posted Aug 9th 2005 6:24PM

I'd been wondering about this since watching the Bears/Dolphins game last night.

The Rolling Stones are partnering with the NFL to create introductions and other spots for the upcoming Monday Night Football season. The deal will have the decades-old band featured in a variety of segments duing the MNF broadcasts, beginning with the Sept. 8th game, which will feautre footage from a Detroit concert just a week prior. Not only is this expected to be a shot in the arm for the NFL, who will still use the "Are You Ready For Some Football" song in addition to this, but good for the Stones, who will use the spots as a way to promote their upcoming record The Bigger Bang.

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