[S2E5] Keep It Together
Kyle, Cory's assistant, apparently has a friend who spotted Bradley and Laura together, and later, Kyle tells Cory that the hot goss is that they're dating. Cory is like NUH-UH THEY ARE NOT, because it seems he's in love with Bradley. He flashes back to the Bad Times when she still had dark hair, when she told him she was going to go to the Board and threaten not to come back from her suspension (?) unless they rehired him (what?). And it looks like Bradley and Cory were going to make out, but it's not clear here whether they ever did, because he stops thinking about it right before they either do or don't, I guess.
[S2E5] Keep It Together
When Cory can't get Mr. Schoenfeld to back down, he talks to one of his besuited goons, who reminds him that the only thing that will keep an outlet from publishing a salacious story (like Fred's Hannah stories) is offering them another salacious story. If only Cory had one! He texts Bradley, who is mid-pajama-hang with Laura, and he figures out that she's in Laura's room. He gets Bradley to agree, without knowing what he's talking about, that anything Cory can do to bury the stories about Hannah would be the right thing to do.
None of this satisfies Alex, who goes to Maggie's room late at night (presumptuous!) and demands to know what's in The Book (unacceptable!). She goes through Maggie's stuff (see above: trashcan!) until she finds a book cover, which reveals that The Book is called The Wrong Side Of The Bed. Maggie tells her that since it's truthful, there's nothing in it about Alex that Alex doesn't already know. Maggie eventually realizes that Alex's real concern is that The Book says Alex slept with Mitch, which Alex fears will bind her to him in people's minds forever. Alex just keeps on lying that the idea that she slept with Mitch is false and libelous and has to be taken out. Maggie is not impressed. Do not come for Marcia Gay Harden, people.
Yanko is still trying to work his way out of the "spirit animal" thing, which is going to involve him sitting down with members of the Seminole Tribe. Yanko keeps returning to his "I'm not a racist, I'm Cuban, Stella is using racism as a weapon against me" defense, and he says he's not participating in this stunt, and Mia looks tired. I feel you, Mia.
Kaneki has completely lost his mind. Anyone who has read the manga has been waiting for this defining Tokyo Ghoul moment. I am sure that fans everywhere bowed their heads in approval after finally seeing Kaneki become the centipede ghoul. There is no doubt that Kaneki made a mistake by trying to keep the psychological damage that he is suffering from deep down inside. It always comes out. When it does, all hell breaks loose. Being tortured by Jason and then eating him has clearly caused him to lose control of himself. After losing his mind, he runs into Shinohara. While in centipede form, Kaneki easily overpowers him and begins to feast on the Arata armor. However, he did not actually feast on Shinohara. Since the Arata armor belonged to a ghoul, it is safe to assume that this still counts as cannibalism. If that is the case, we can also assume that Kaneki will only grow stronger.
The next couple of Tokyo Ghoul episodes will be the big turning point and will probably separate the show from the manga. Will it follow the past of the Owl as the manga did? Will it take a completely different direction in order to keep every fan guessing?
The introduction of Icy Bob was a bit concerning. Snowpiercer is as much as hard sci-fi show as anything, with most of the luxury of First Class balanced out by the hard work of Second and Third Class passengers who keep the lights on and put food on the table. We have seen them composting, carefully guarding their vegetables, using everything possible, and wasting little or nothing as they try to keep everyone fed and watered. The struggle has been evident on the faces, particularly among the people of the Tail. Everyone has enough, albeit barely, and the black market economy is as much about extra food as it is about weed and books.
Josie sets the tone with her voiceover in the opening scenes. We witness the painful and grotesque procedures she must undergo if she is ever to recover from her injuries. But what keeps her going is hope for herself and the Tail.
It's easy to fight when you've never been hurt before. Until it happens, you're invincible. But with every fight, there's a risk. And sometimes, you're sidelined. The road to recovery is long, endless when it's not clear if you can recover. Some days, I lose sight of who I am, but I can't forget what my mission is.... I have to keep the hope alive that I can still make a difference. If not, then what was coming back from the dead for? I count the days and pray to be whole again, back with my people on Snowpiercer, one thousand and thirty-four cars long.
In fact, JD ended up saving the day. Ginger was absolutely right. Fiona needs to keep a handsome guy that will clean for her and bring the kids to help. Hopefully, we'll see more of Ginger. She's an advocate of second chances and love.
After this, Caroline and Dwight start going riding together regularly. And their interactions now have something of an air of negotiation to them now that Caroline knows that Dwight has been thinking about marrying her. They ride and flirt and joke about whether Dwight could stand life in a medium-sized town like Bath, that kind of thing. Just get it over with and tie the knot kids so we can all watch Uncle Ray freak out.
Every season, the GBH Drama staff sit down to watch the latest and greatest in British dramas. And now, after years of waiting, it is my great pleasure to finally be here recapping season 2 of Sanditon! Romance! Drama! Sea bathing! It's all coming together: let's go.
There should be no feeling of guilt spending a day working from home knowing that the outcome is going to probably be higher and impactful, but equally in terms of connecting with people and getting a sense of shared community and really coming together with purpose, that role is much better served in a physical location.
They need to think about the place of work and how the office evolves to be a more inspirational place to come together to connect, to brainstorm, to be creative, not necessarily just sat there at a desk doing email or having remote meetings.
APM Reports journalists pieced together a detailed account of Hallmon's criminal history, compiling court, police and prison records from departments spread across seven counties in rural Mississippi. The resulting document runs more than 50 pages and 20,000 words. The timeline and information below has been excerpted from that research.
In terms of arguments in favor of keeping police communications accessible to the public, Conrad makes a fundamental argument that, especially in a state like Nebraska that has such strong open government laws, members of law enforcement are fundamentally acting as agents of the people, and as such the public has the right to know how their agents are behaving, and how their tax dollars put toward law enforcement are being spent.
In terms of arguments in favor of encryption, Fidler identifies three main arguments. First, police argue that certain highly sensitive operations, including SWAT raids, need to be encrypted in order to prevent tipping off criminals. Secondly, keeping personal information private, as discussed above. Lastly, there has been concern about individuals jamming police communications, which is something that happened during last summer's protests. Fidler is skeptical about that last argument, as she argues that there are already statutes that make interfering with police communications a crime that address that issue.
Harry and Asta bring Liza back to the cabin and while Harry insists he hates kids, Asta tells him he's gotta keep a low profile and not let Liza in on the whole "I'm an alien who killed your father and took over his body" thing. Harry takes this as a personal challenge
LARA:Just one other thing. This goes for a lot of the episodes where we talk about wildlife. There's a lot we can do to surround our home to keep what we call attractants away. So we want to remove those attractants. And we mentioned these cane toads will literally eat like anything, including pet food, which sounds ridiculous, but they will.
So if you're one to keep your pet food outside where you again know you have cane toads, just consider bringing in, you know, while you're sleeping at night and then putting it back out in the morning.
Accidental Misnaming: Dorien calls Vinny Hutchins "Lenny Huggins" and "Lenny Hutchins" when trying to remember his name.
As Himself: Shaw Taylor.
Blackmail: Tracey blackmails Dorien to give her the new kitchen so Jackie Hutchins can sell it to fund a new life abroad.
Deadpan Snarker: Tracey at Dorien's expence.Dorien: No, the way I see it is, the way to a man's heart is through his stomach.Tracey: Must be why Marcus has a peptic ulcer.
Disproportionate Retribution: According to Darryl, a fellow prisoner was forcibly circumcised for grassing... three years prior.
Domestic Abuse: Vinny Hutchins frequently beats his wife Jackie.
The Ghost: Jackie Hutchins, the long suffering wife of Vinny Hutchins.
Groin Attack: Darryl tells Tracey how last Monday a fellow prisoner was forcibly circumcised for grassing on someone three years ago.
Hypocritical Humor: Dorien tells Tracey that honesty is the best policy, coming from the women who has been having an affair since the start of the series.
Insane Troll Logic: Dorien claims Luke is what keeps her marriage with Marcus alive because he's the one that satisfies all her urges, despite the fact this goes against the sanctity of her marriage.
Newscaster Cameo: Shaw Taylor was a real newscaster, although the show he appears on (Crime Busters) is fictional.
Noodle Incident: Tracey once sellotaped a fish paste sandwich to the bottom of a teacher's desk in primary school and it wasn't found for weeks. Apparently Smelly Stephen Ridgeway was blamed for the smell until Lorraine Morris grassed up Tracey.
One-Shot Character: Vinny Hutchins and Shaw Taylor.
Pet the Dog: Tracey and Sharon manage to get Jackie Hutchins a new kitchen so she can sell it and start a life abroad.
Rich Language, Poor Language: Dorien is confused by Tracey's use of "grass" to describe snitching on someone and believes she's referring to marijuana.
Shout-Out: Michael Douglas is Sharon's ideal husband.
Sharon mistakes Vinny Hutchins for Jason Donovan.
After Dorien states Luke's the one that she wants, Tracey and Sharon harmonise "Ooh, ooh, ooh!" like in the song "You're The One That I Want" from Grease.
Vinny Hutchins wears an Arsenal bobble hat and is also mentioned to support Tottenham Hotspur.
Sharon calls Darryl the Roger Moore of the sawn-off shotgun.
Sharon tells Tracey that Darryl is a violent criminal and shouldn't be compared to Desmond Tutu.
To make Chris jealous, Sharon tells him that Richard Gere keeps ringing her and that Tom Cruise wants to take her to parties.
Sharon jokes that Chris has made more comebacks than Gary Glitter.
Dorien claims that she knows how criminals think because she's seen Minder.
Show Within a Show: Tracey, Sharon and Dorien watch Crime Busters, where they see an appeal to catch the robber they know is Vinny Hutchins.
The Stool Pigeon: Sharon jokes she's turned into one after deciding to grass on Vinny Hutchins.
Take That!: Sharon uses Bruce Forsyth as proof you can't delay the ageing process.
Sharon tells Tracey an easy way to fall asleep is to try and think of a funny Jim Davidson joke.
Tracey asks Sharon if she's been watching Channel 4 after hearing her spout off feminist rhetoric.
Dorien tells Sharon that if she wanted to listen to politics she'd listen to The Jimmy Young Show.
Tracey mentions that Sharon claimed she rather wake up next to Norman Tebbit than grass on Vinny Hutchins.
Sharon claims Tracey plays dirtier than Diego Maradona.
What the Hell, Hero?: Tracey acts this way to Sharon after she cares more about a Gypsy Cream than a pensioner being injured by a violent criminal they could've turned in.
Would Hit a Girl: Vinny Hutchins is mentioned to constantly beat his wife Jackie.