[S3E8] And So It Goes
Aaaaand then, just as the GoJo deal gets back on track after looking imperiled, a very bad (and funny) thing happens: One of those "d**k pics" he's been sending to Gerri goes astray, sent to Logan instead of Gerri. As we've discussed, the relationship between Roman and Gerri has been one of the few things that would matter to Logan that he didn't know about. Discovering a potential dynamic that he completely missed (in part because he was not looking for it; see again his misogyny) unsettles him greatly. And wow, I have always appreciated Kieran Culkin's comic acting, but in this sequence, as he realizes what he has done, his face is a work of art. A work of art!
[S3E8] And So It Goes
As the couple waits for a baby to become available, Shelagh continues to work on the details of the choir festival which now includes a change of song choice (another choir chose the same Mozart piece so Mrs. Turner goes another direction with May the Good Lord Bless and Keep You). She also expands the choir to include the Scouts, Girl Guides and any other Poplar resident she can coerce.
The data goes so far, but you have to have that person who is living in the process, or that student who is walking out of class at 10 p.m. at night, walking three blocks to their car, if they feel they are in one of the safest campuses in the country. You have to have that in-person input because they will tell you the truth.
Curt Newton: [00:09:28] I was thinking of reflecting on what you just said about the teaming up with other organizations. There might be a particular issue that some group has really done a lot of work on. I'm curious if you've observed your influence on these other groups, and so your organizing model and people saying, "Boy, the way Mothers Out Front goes about building its teams and its connections, what can we learn from them?" You've seen anything like that?
Teach Me Tonight Season 2, Episode 19 - "A Film by Kirk" debuts at the Stars Hollow Movie Festival, Jess wrecks Rory's car, Lorelai loses her shit, and Christopher appears just to annoy us.One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes Season 3, Episode 4 - In the most unrealistic scene of the entire series, Lane goes from jet black hair, to bleach blonde hair, to bright purple hair in the span of a few hours.
Even picks up on the 'Man of my dreams' part and asks him if he is the man of Isak's life. Isak rolls his eyes a little, saying that's the way the hashtag goes. Even repeats that he called him the man of his dreams, and Isak smiles at that. They kiss again, and Even asks Isak to say it again, which Isak does before they kiss more to the tunes of '5 fine frokner' which Isak proclaims is a stupid song, but Even points out Isak is dancing to it. Even playbacks along with the song as they kiss again.
The boy squad leaves their classroom and they say they're going to get pizza. Isak says he can't come because he would have to skip and he can't. He claims research shows you learn more by attending class, which the boys laugh about. Even then walks up the stairs to them, and Isak introduces Even to them. Even goes around and shakes their hands. Mahdi then explains they were going to get food but that Isak has one more class. Even says 'that sucks' and Isak smiles.
Even then knocks on the window and Isak smiles as Even draws a heart with an 'i' in it on the window. He goes to meet Even outside but shies away from kissing him in public. He then asks Even if he's keen on going to his place, but Even says he isn't. Isak asks what they're doing then, and Even says he's keen on checking in a suite. Even then starts walking and Isak walks after him.
Isak and Even then get into the elevator where they look at each other and Even kisses Isak's cheek. As the elevator goes up they embrace and eventually kiss. Next they move to the suite, where Isak and Even have sex.
Isak goes to the door but Even isn't there, and so he stands by the door for a few moments, processing everything. He then puts on his own clothes and grabs Even's, rushing to the elevator. Once he gets down to the lobby he asks for the direction to the people there, and he starts walking through Oslo.
Jones goes to visit Olivia, who tells her that Cassie and Cole are learning to think like The Witness. Jones believes that Olivia can help, and so she lets her go, much to the anger of Jennifer Goines, who is still trying to keep the whole work family together.
Because in the Letters and Papers of Henry VIII Document 613 (the very last one on the page) dated 24th April 1540 we get the news that a William Ledbetter and his son got convicted of murder, apparently, because item 11 is a grant of a pardon to them both for that murder, and item 12 is a grant of their land in Wasshyngton, Sussex which all goes to Mistress Katherine Howard. The grant of pardon was apparently altered by hand at the time.
After being ditched by Jason, who he oddly considers a friend of his, Scarecrow goes completely bonkers. He visits his mother, who is of course a psychiatrist, and it becomes painfully obvious that she is part of the reason he is the way he is. She has completely shunned him, says she deserves better, and tells him all the love is gone.
After speaking with that lovely young woman about home, Jason decides to reach out to Dick and try to work things out. When they meet in the tunnel Jason agrees to give up Scarecrow if it means that he can come home, live in the mansion, and be with his friends. He even goes so far as to thank Dick when he agrees, who adds in that of course they will take him back, they are family.
Elsewhere, at Dragonstone, Gendry is still uncomfortable in his rapid ascension from "peasant" to "king's bastard." Melisandre comes in to reassure him and seduce him, in that order. It looks like they're on their way to making another shadow-assassin when she all-of-a-sudden ties his wrists to the bed. Gendry is confused by this, and even more so when she uses her position to tie his legs too. Confusion becomes alarm when she walks calmly away from the bed to get some leeches. She sticks three on him despite his pleading, and tells him that he can thank Davos for this, as he demanded proof. She pulls them off as Davos and Stannis walk in. Stannis, ignoring the tied-up naked guy, takes the leeches and throws them into a fire one-by-one, declaring names as he goes: "The usurper, Robb Stark... the usurper, Balon Greyjoy... the usurper, Joffrey Baratheon..."
"Camping" is the eighth episode of the third season of the American comedy television series Parks and Recreation, and the 38th overall episode of the series. It originally aired on NBC in the United States on March 24, 2011. In the episode, the parks department goes on a camping trip to think of a way to follow up on the harvest festival, but Leslie struggles to come up with an idea. Meanwhile, Chris returns to Pawnee as the new city manager, as Ann continues trying to cope with their recent break-up.
Lex escapes to the Kent Farm, and Clark finds him. Clark offers to go to the mansion to retrieve the evidence in the safe. When Clark gets there, he finds the manor undamaged and the safe empty. The stained glass window has been repaired, but Clark uses his X-ray vision to find a shard of glass behind some furniture. Clark returns to the farm and reports what he found to Lex, then goes to Chloe. Chloe admits to finding the connection between Lionel and Edge, but has no idea how Lex developed the theory that they killed Lionel's parents.
Lana meets Clark and Lex at the Smallville Stables. She stays with Lex while Clark goes to meet Chloe. He gives her the medicine that Dr. Foster tried to give Lex and asks her to check out Lex's doctor and security. Chloe tells Clark that Lex has had psychiatric trouble before; once in boarding school, after his brother died, his headmaster found Lex in the bell tower singing lullabies to a blanket. Lana gives Lex some food, but he becomes angry and accuses Lana of attempting to drug him. He throws her into a horse stall and runs off. The horse is spooked and before Lana can sneak out of the stall, it tramples on her, breaking her leg so badly, she nearly dies. While Clark is helping Lana to the hospital, Lex steals a truck (with a rifle in the back window) and flees into the night.
As Clark watches an unconscious Lana in her hospital room, Lionel contemptuously blames Clark for Lex's disappearance and Lana's injuries. Chloe arrives and, when Lionel leaves, Clark admits to Chloe that he feels guilty for what happened to Lana. But Chloe says that someone at the mansion could have drugged Lex. Clark then goes to Darius and gets him to confess that he drugged Lex's scotch. He forces Darius to call his contact and tell him to meet him at the stables.
The memory starts off with Morty and a telescope just outside their front lawn. Morty at first admires the American flag planted on the lunar surface before he notices a strange figure standing in a mid-stride walking pose. He then goes and tells his family, but nobody, including Rick, believes him; they suggest that it was merely a smudge on the lens. He then finds out that Mr. Lunas is, in fact, a real person, as he comes to Morty's high school to work as a guidance counselor. Later on, Morty snaps pictures of Lunas, planting an American flag in his yard, and tells Principal Vagina that he thinks Lunas is "up to something" and "lives on the moon." Vagina takes this as a metaphor for pedophilia and goes outside to the parking lot to confront Lunas, ending in Lunas getting punched in the face. As a result of this accusation, Lunas goes home and commits suicide, which Morty finds out about from the ambulances outside of Lunas' home. Morty later eavesdrops on Lunas' funeral, where it is learned that Lunas served in the Marine Corps, and that "from a certain angle, some people would say he looked like a smudge." Morty then runs home and sees that there is, in fact, a smudge on his telescope lens, realizing that he inadvertently drove Lunas to kill himself. 041b061a72