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Pivot to Air ‘Buffy’ Halloween Marathon

Get ready to wig, members of the Scooby Gang: Pivot is spending Halloween week with a marathon of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” episodes.

Each week day leading up to Halloween will feature a block of themed episodes starting at 5 p.m.: “Mondays Suck,” (Oct. 27), “Eve of the Demons” (Oct. 28), “Witchy Wednesdays” (Oct. 29) and “Thursday Unleashed” (Oct. 30). On Halloween, the marathon will start at 10 a.m. with a “Classic Monsters” theme.

The marathon will conclude with “Buffy” Halloween episodes beginning at 7 p.m. — just in time to make viewers feel queasy about the ghost costume they purchased from a nice English man who chants to a statue of the Roman god of chaos in the back room of his shop.

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