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The idiot programming execs over at ABC didn't bother scheduling in time for the post-game show on Sunday, even though they insisted on airing it (look, I like football more than the average girl -- but when the game's over, it's over. Rehashing it seconds after it's happened is really just kind of dumb, and boring). I get that sometimes stuff is programmed that I don't like watching. But if you're planning to air the show, schedule it onto the freaking program guide!! ABC decided not to do this. It scheduled Grey's Anatomy, a fantastic show, to start right after the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl ended at 7, as planned.
Grey's Anatomy didn't start until 7:30, half an hour behind schedule.
No one bothered telling my TiVo!!
I couldn't very well shoo my Super Bowl guests so I could watch my show. I figured good ol' TiVo had it covered. And he would have, if not for ABC's incompetence.
After discovering this last night when I tried to watch the episode, which cut out halfway through, I turned to the internet in desperation. Google revealed bupkus. I stooped to downloading KaZaA, something that pained me beyond description. Yet even the P2P service of questionable legality afforded me no GA enjoyment. What was I to do?!
In walks YouTube to save the day. And now, instead of a cliffhanger ending in the middle of the episode, I get the intended cliffhanger at the end. Hooray!