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TV Tonight: New Girl, Happy Endings, Apt 23, SOA


What’s new on the tele-caster tonight:

New Girl (Fox) Halloween Episode: Unemployed Jess (Zooey Deschanel) lands a job as a zombie in a haunted house—an adorably quirky zombie with perfect bangs, but a zombie, nonetheless (Zombie Woody Allen, to be exact). ---Meanwhile, ex-couple Schmidt (Max Greenfield) and Cece (Hannah Simone) have eerily sad matching costumes, and Nick (Jake Johnson) gets a stalker-y visit from his college crush (Eagleheart’s Maria Thayer). Fox’s Raising Hope, Ben & Kate and The Mindy Project are also doing Halloween episodes tonight, but none of those presented an opportunity for an Eagleheart reference, so …

Happy Endings, Don’t Trust the B in Apt. 23 (ABC) More Halloween Episodes: But they’re nowhere near as scary as last week’s premiere ratings—you’re going to have to watch these waaay harder, ‘Merica. Just because NBC finally gave Community a return date (Feb. 7, 2013—back on Thursdays!) doesn’t mean that real comedy isn’t endangered. The More You Know …

Sons of Anarchy (FX) How’s Gemma going to avoid Jax and Tara’s wrath for getting high and running off the road with their precious, precious kiddies in the car? An incredible bullshit story, of course—perhaps you’ve never seen Sons of Anarchy. If not, come to Brewvies Cinema Pub (677 S. 200 West; 21+) tonight at 8 and watch it for free on the BIG SCREEN, courtesy of City Weekly, True TV and Teller-Morrow Auto Repair.

Also new tonight:
Dancing With the Stars (ABC); NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, Vegas (CBS); Raising Hope, Ben & Kate, The Mindy Project (Fox); The Voice (NBC); Hart of Dixie, Emily Owens M.D. (The CW); Flashpoint (Ion); Flipping Out (Bravo); Face Off, Total Blackout (Syfy); Tosh.O, Brickleberry (Comedy Central); Ink Master, Tattoo Nightmares (Spike); Underemployed (MTV); Covert Affairs (USA)