In this episode:
- Quidditch makes a big splash in the NFL thanks to Seahawks’ cornerback Richard Sherman.
- Opening week of the NBA season is riddled with upsets and standout play makers.
- And Cartoon Network’s Steven Universe doubles as a cartoon that both kids and adults can enjoy.
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Question of the Day: What was your favorite cartoon growing up?
Could this be the wrench in Clinton’s campaign?
FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Friday the bureau is reviewing new information related to Hillary Clinton’s personal email server, a political bombshell that comes 11 days ahead of the election. — CNN
Newest quidditch star hails from Seattle
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman held a press conference dressed as a Hogwarts student for Halloween. A costume he plans to wear while trick-or-treating with son Rayden. He also said, while challenging, Quidditch is probably less exhausting to play than professional football, and that “Order of the Phoenix” is the best Harry Potter book. — Seahawks.com
NBA Tip Off
Recap: NBA season openers
What a start to the 2016-17 NBA season. We’ve seen eye-popping stat lines, mind-blowing results (like the mighty Warriors getting housed at Oracle), and solid, midseason-form play overall. — CBS Sports
Russell Westbrook goes HAM…after showing up in a kilt for the Thunder’s season opener
Russell Westbrook registered the first 50-point triple-double since Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in 1975, leading the Thunder to a 113-110 win in overtime over the Suns on Friday night and a 2-0 start. — ESPN
What We’re Streaming
Director: Tensai Okamura
Starring: Japanese People
You’ll like this if you liked that — Mobile Suit Gundam, Tenchi Muyo
Creator: Rebecca Sugar
You’ll like this if you liked that — Powerpuff girls, The Amazing World of Gumbo
The Latest in Streaming
AT&T undercuts cable TV with $35 Internet streaming service
After agreeing to purchase Time Warner for $85.4 billion, AT&T has announced that its Internet television streaming service, dubbed DirecTV Now, will cost $35 per month and include more than 100 channels. — WIRED
The official trailer for “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” debuts
As we see in the trailer, “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life” brings back many, if not all, of the fan favorites, including Rory and Lorelai, Jess, Sookie and others. The show, teased on Ellen, will consists of four 90-minute episodes spanning the four seasons of the year, will hit Netflix on November 25. – EW
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