While the last minute wedding preparation drama is going on, Bette and Tina stress as they get dressed. Tina complains about being extremely hot and sweaty all of a sudden and she's desperate to cool off. Bette suggests they try hanging out in the walk-in cooler in the kitchen to see if that helps. But the handle breaks on the inside, trapping them. When Shane and Alice finally come looking for them, the outside handle breaks too.
\"It's sweet,\" said Diggs. \"To be able to go back to the Pro Bowl for the third-consecutive year, but also to come off of what I came off of. I was just looking at videos last night of me not being able to cut until June 5th. So for me, it's super special.\"
\"When I got chosen,\" said Woolen. \"I was looking at the roster and stuff like 'Dang, I'm gonna be on a team with Trevon Diggs, Jaire (Alexander) and Darius Slay. Those cornerbacks right there it just says it for itself. Those guys, the way they play and their style of play, who wouldn't want to be around guys like that\"
The episode closes with another record-breaking rookie, running back Kenneth Walker III. Becoming the second Seahawks rookie in team history, along with Curt Warner, to rush for 1,000-yards was no small task. In just 15 games, Walker notched 1,050 yards along with nine touchdowns, both NFL highs among rookies, on 228 carries. The Michigan State alum reflects on the year and what's to come in Episode 10 as he talks to Seahawks sideline reporter Jen Mueller.
It comes down to the manufactured sexual tension that the writers have forced upon these characters. Every other episode, Quentin and Alice seem to stumble into a situation that just so happens to require them to be nude around each other.
For now, though, it looks like it will be autumn before we find out exactly how Ragnar spends his final days. The History Channel has not released an exact airdate for the start of the second half of this season, though they have said that season five will begin airing in summer of 2017. There are plenty of Viking adventures still ahead, with Jonathan Rhys Meyers joining the cast next season, and for that and so many other reasons, I cannot wait for the show to return.
This episode was... kinda cutesy. It's nice to imagine an adult version where The Bad Batch tracked the thieves back to their mines and slaughtered every last one of them for stealing their ship. JK, sorta... but seriously! This episode was not great but not terrible. We got a bargain basement version of the bridge scene from Temple of Doom and a new alien race: Mokko (no official species name, yet)
The previous episode had some good potential, so I was expecting more. Encountering pirates, stealing their ship, something like that. But this episode turned out to be another predictable and boring filler. Why do we need such series at all It would be better if they showed Crosshair and the training of Imperial stormtroopers imo.
We catch Gene looking at the cameras, then fondling his watch (he sets his timer). Frank flies through his cinnamon roll, expertly chopping that snack to bits. After concluding his meal, he spins around to check the monitors and Gene stops his watch timer.
I loved this episode. I love the beginnings of the turning of the characters, the awkwardness of the entire group being together for so long not being able to talk to each other in smaller pairs or groups in addition to the heaviness of the hunger, the heat and the grief. Each character has his/her own losses and deficiencies and fears to deal with and be introspective about while trying to be there for the others to distract and feel useful.
I think that at the end of the episode, the music box starting was a sign from Beth saying that Aaron can be trusted. Maggie, Daryl and Sasha will stop mourning the deaths of their family/friends because they are realising that they could be better of gone. But they will also realise that even though it could be better of gone they have fought for so long that they may aswell carry on to see what comes of it.
This was a really good episode the more I think about it. It showed how a group can fray at the seams, but then come back together and have hope for the future. This was a slow burn of an episode and had some moments where faith is tested and lost for a time, only to come back (ex- the tornado taking out the danger but leaving the group unscathed. I took this as what Father Gabriel would see as a reward for his faith and showing that his God still cares and to not waver in his faith. This episode was very necessary and was better than many of the other slow burn episodes. Well done!
I think the show has become too slow-paced. 45 minutes of walking, and a good-bye episode with a lot of lensflares for Tyreese, reallyThis whole season has been a major let-down compared to the other seasons and the comic book.It doesnt feel like any time has passed since this season started. And the group being all lazy and hungry directly after eating a couple of wild dogs.. what was that all about Lack of nutritionAlthough Im really glad they finally found Aaron! It seemed in the teaser that things is about to change, and I am so exited for that!
Looking back and looking forward are inescapable actions even in the midst of a pandemic: What did we learn, or not, from the past and what will be different going forward In this last episode of the series, we explore the history and the science of zoonotic pandemics and how COVID-19 could be a wake-up call for a brighter future.
Finally, like many of you who share a lifelong commitment to young children and families facing adversity, my colleagues at the Center on the Developing Child and I are increasingly impressed with the critical need to blend both lessons learned from past efforts and fresh thinking that generates bold ideas for a better future. Our optimism about the road ahead is unshakable, fueled by our faith in the collective power of change agents across communities, systems, and sectors who share the dream of a brighter future for all young children and for the adults who care for them.
From day one, NSS saw the need for more local tech talent as a way to create paths for individuals to access high-paying careers who are financially disadvantaged or are from under-represented groups in tech. In this episode, host Clark Buckner sits down with two NSS alumni who have made the most of the opportunities available through NSS. Listen now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or SoundCloud.
The most recent episodes of our podcast series, Stories From The Hackery, are now available on the same platforms as your favorite podcasts! Find out what it takes to start a career in Software Development, Data Analytics, Data Science, or UI & UX Design from those who made the leap.
Lydia goes from Whisperer spy trying to glean information from Henry to sympathetic victim in the course of the episode. She tells Henry and then Daryl bits and pieces of her story. These are shown as flashbacks. At first we see her dad through the fog of Alpha's brainwashing. Then, bit by bit, the truth comes out and Lydia realizes that her mom really is a horrible monster.
At least, I think so. She doesn't seem to be faking it anymore, and even gives up the location of the Whisperer camp. Not that it matters. In the end, Alpha and a band of Whisperers shows up at the Hilltop looking for the girl.
Overall, not a super eventful episode. I'm a little surprised they divulged so much about the nature of Alpha and that Lydia has come over to the light side of the Force so quickly, but I'm looking forward to next week which should be much more action-packed.
They managed to do a time jump episode into the future, one where Captain Pike stayed onboard the Enterprise and proved that sometimes a great person can just be in a situation that they aren\\u2019t supposed to be in, that someone, as revered as Pike, can make an incorrect call that fits in perfectly with his character. I\\u2019m quite surprised the writing was good on this, we don\\u2019t normally get this sort of thought and consideration. I was quite happy after watching it.
Many developments occurred throughout this episode to the point that it felt more like a transitional episode than a substantial one. I do not have any issue with that because there is a lot of potential greatness that might occur throughout the rest of this season.
Sponsor: This episode is sponsored by Knitterly, a very special yarn shop created by Shelli Westcott, based in Petaluma California and online at shop.knitterly.com. I am always so amazed at the well curated selection of yarns, fibers and classes Shelli works so hard to provide all us fiber enthusiasts. Make sure to visit when in Petaluma and online at shop.knitterly.com
I love the podcast and eagerly wait for the next episode each week. Thank you for sharing your passion for fibers and for inspiring me! It is so encouraging to see this fiber community sharing ideas so freely and coming together to spread their knowledge and passion. Each week I listen to the podcast it makes me feel more and more passionate about making fiber art!
Ashley, I just started listening to your podcast last month! I am a student at the Rhode Island School of Design studying textiles! It is so incredible to have found such a lovely display of people who are working in the medium I am learning. Thank you! I lol forward to listening to episode 10 tomorrow
I love what you are doing here. It has introduced me to so many different perspectives on participating in the fiber community. Your weaving guest on episode 10, her work is so inspired!! Thank you for bringing this to us every week
I think this may have been my favorite episode to date. I have really enjoyed hearing all the journeys in fiber and fascinating details of different elements of yarn, knitting, wool, spinning and dying, but these two ladies stood out to me. They shared vulnerabilities about learning and not knowing what they were doing at times, apart from letting their hands and passions guide their heads and hearts. Their stories both left me wth the feeling belief in my own abilities and that hard work and perseverance anything can happen. 59ce067264