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Q&A: Oct. 31

Question: I had a meltdown the other night when I saw CBS promoting the upcoming "Battle of the Century" -- the Pats vs. the Colts with a tease that the Houston-Raiders game may be regionally subbed for the New England-Indianapolis war. Promise me that will not happen in our market.
David Berk

Answer: CBS11 spokeswoman Lori Conrad promises you that will not happen. Pats-Colts will air at 3:15 p.m. Sunday (Nov. 4) in D-FW following the relatively meaningless San Diego-Minnesota tilt.

Question: What's up with Ebert & Roeper on Ch. 8? I set my TIVO to catch it every Saturday night, and inevitably it starts in the middle, or never runs at all due to some second-rate crime drama or infomercial. I want my movie previews. Any idea what's up with that?
Reenie Rousseau

Answer: Basically, the problem is with ABC's Saturday night college football runovers, which push everything back, says station spokesman Dave Muscari. Ebert & Roeper, which lately has featured Dallas' own Robert Wilonsky subbing for the still recovering Roger Ebert, is supposed to air at 12:30 a.m. following a repeat of The Gordon Keith Show. But that time rarely if ever holds up during football season. So it'd be best to give yourself some padding beyond the 12:30 a.m. start time.