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Daily Scoop Week of 11/21/16

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Today is Tuesday, November 22nd- It IS – Thanksgiving Eve – Eve, Cashew Day, Cranberry Relish Day, Tell Us Something Good Tuesday

Chipotle's in Ohio are offering BOGO burritos to Buckeye fans for Saturday's game. If you wear scarlet and grey from 10:45am to 10pm you will get the deal!

Report says, Tristian broke up with Khloe because of the constant ribbing from Cavalier teammates.

A winner is crowned on Dancing With the Stars tonight.

The American Music Awards Sunday - ratings down 33 percent, lowest EVER!

Dave Chapelle and Netflix teaming up for 3 comedy specials. 


Every single large Google searches about Thanksgiving are about food.

1600 people have been hired to hold the balloons at the Macy's parade this week – NO PAY

Holiday shoppers on Black Friday will end up spending more money on themselves than on other people his year.

BEST time to call in sick has been narrowed down even more - 638 Tuesday morning!


Today is Monday, November 21st- It IS – Absurdity Day, Cranberry Day, World Television Day, Alaska Humor Day! 

Browns (0-11) - Lose 24-9 to Steelers - (Home with the Giants next)

Jimmy Johnson won his 7th NASCAR series championship, and Tony Stewart retired after 21 years!

Sabra recalls hummus nationwide for possible listeria. 

Most Black Friday deals are not much better, if any, than deals on other days this shopping season.

It costs about 12 million to put on the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade! 

New study shows that you only gain about a pound during the Holiday Season - Thanksgiving to New Years. NOT 7!

Jana Kramer's partner - Gleb might not dance with her in the finale of DWTS because he has the flu! 

Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke has signed on for the young Han Solo spinoff movie. 

Carrie Underwood won big at the AMA's last night, taking home two. Blake Shelton, FGL and Tim McGraw also won.

New App- McRib Finder – helps you find the elusive McRib Sandwich which is only at some McDonald’s. 

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