Picks and Pans Review: This Week

UPDATED 11/13/1995 at 01:00 AM EST Originally published 11/13/1995 at 01:00 AM EST

>TUBE: The Barefoot Executive doesn't wear Armani; there's no mystery to the appeal of The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew

SCREEN: Copycat is a classy frightfest in the Hitchcock tradition; Home for the Holidays takes aim at Thanksgiving; Vampire in Brooklyn needs a major plot transfusion 25

SONG: Reba McIntire can't live up to the music that influenced her; Erasure makes their mark; Joe Grushecky gets a little help from his friend Bruce Springsteen 31

PAGES: Boy George tells (almost) all; Josephine Hart's Oblivion is bleak; Michael Sledge delivers a touching memoir of mother and son 39

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