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What better way to light the Detroit fuse again than to blow the toupee off a cardboard effigy of Bill Bonds, Detroit’s answer to William Shatner? We Motowners are the happy, proud parents of the Ghoul’s resurrection as our master of mayhem blasted through to the public again on our own WDWB, Channel 20. But if you missed the Halloween show, don’t get your pierogi in a bunch, because the Great Ghouldini has many fantastic and idiotic feats to come. Channel 20 will have him on again late at night, Friday, November 23 at 12:30 a.m. (or early Saturday, for all you sticklers), the day after all the Thanksgiving digestive nightmares. And that’s not all, folks. A show is set for midnight on New Year’s Eve, so we can begin the new year at the bottom of the barrel with the Ghoul, Froggy and a tub of Cheez Whiz. Be sure to watch and support Ghoul interests by visiting www.theghoul.com.

Anita Schmaltz contributed to The Hot & the Bothered, which is edited by George Tysh. E-mail him at gtysh@metrotimes.com.

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