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While there's nothing wrong with being a sexy George Washington or even throwing a sheet over your head at the very last minute to be a lazy ghost, Halloween offers such a nice opportunity to exude your highest creative self one weekend a year, it's a shame to let it go to waste. But we get it: it's hard. Costumes take thought, effort, money, and the most precious resource of all — time — to pull off. Getting those imaginative juices flowing can present quite the challenge when you've got a million things going on, which is why TV Guide decided to come through with, ahem, a guide to the best TV-inspired outfits early so you can knock that one big little thing off the list in advance.
Queen of all things, Moira Rose (Catherine O'Hara) of Schitt's Creek might not be too pleased to learn her high-concept lewks have inspired Halloween costumes (actually, Moira might be thrilled about that), but there's no denying that her signature kooky getups would get instant recognition (and approval) from those who know. With a shaggy black faux fur shrug, a pirate's booty of costume jewelry, and yes, a statement wig (worn askew, obviously) you'll have Moira nailed, bebe.
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Is dressing up like someone in one of the world's most tragic accidents slightly disrespectful? Perhaps. But HBO's disaster porn series Chernobyl was one of the most-watched shows of the year and, well, Halloween is the one time of year that forgives bad taste. (Up to a point. Let Megyn Kelly be a lesson in what not to consider wearing for a costume.) Lean into the end-of-the-world look with a Hazmat suit and an exterminator sprayer.
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