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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by gastrof, Apr 21, 2012.
No but they did not follow a single "rule" you are claiming exist.
They follow the rule when scheduling the games. I've never seen them not do it. Have you?
Interrupting the scheduled game is something else.
Uh, yes. Rays games have been played during the Fox window and they were not on anywhere.
That's not what I'm talking about (but you're right that I phrased it that way). The Rays know when the Fox window is. It's on them (assuming they're the home team) to schedule a game during it with the knowledge that Fox doesn't want to televise it and that the Rays can't.
I'm talking about a Rays game that Fox is televising, but not in Tampa. IOW, a game that's in the Fox window because Fox put it there.
And they started that way. Then they moved onto an historic event. As they should have. The point is that there is no guarantee that the local team will be shown. As the switch proved.
So, Monica Lewinsky.