[S5E10] One Wild Night
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[S5E10] One Wild Night
We're yet to see how much she will enact of the fledgling plan to torch Howard's career for the benefit of her, Jimmy and countless potential clients they will be able to help by setting up a new firm with settlement money, but that's the beauty of where Better Call Saul has left the situation. Fans' imaginations are now running wild with possibilities of what this darker Kim can achieve.
Meanwhile, at Penny's apartment, Sheldon knocks on Penny's door but, before he can call out her name, she calls from inside "Who do we love?", so there is the usual triple-exchange of knocking and calling of Penny's name, with a chant of "Who do we love?" from Penny before she finally opens the door and lets him in. She asks him what is the matter and he says he wants to ask her out on a date. Penny appears shocked. Sheldon repeats his question and adds that they can go to dinner, dancing, and maybe take in a prize fight. Penny asks in a disbelieving tone whether Sheldon is trying to make Amy jealous. Sheldon denies it and wonders why everyone is so obsessed with Amy and Stuart and whether or not they are having more pumpkin lattes or having intercourse tonight. Penny tells him to listen to her, explaining to him that playing games is not going to help him win Amy back. Sheldon says he is not trying to win Amy back, looks down, and quickly asks, out of his curiosity, what would be a way to get her back. So Penny tells him a story about a guy she liked, but never told him how she felt and he started going out with someone else. She has come to regret it ever since. Penny asks whether Sheldon follows what she is trying to say and he says yes and that the guy is him. Penny says no, so he asks again if she is sure since that would explain why she is constantly at his apartment and her "baffling dalliance" with Leonard just so she can be near him. He also mentions how she calls him "sweetie" all the time. Penny said she calls everyone "sweetie" so Sheldon calls her a "tramp". Penny ignores him and tells him to strap on a pair (of testicles) and go talk to Amy. Sheldon does not get it and wonders if she is suggesting he strap on a pair of skates. Penny calls him "sweetie" and tells him he is so not the guy.
Later, after the date, Stuart and Amy walk toward her apartment. Stuart said that other than the fact that Amy has just upgraded her relationship with another guy, the date was nice. Amy thanks him for walking her to her door. Suddenly, Sheldon triple-knocks on Amy's door from the inside and called for her. She opened the door and Sheldon told them to wrap things up out there and closes the door. Amy and Stuart says goodnight to each other and hugged. Immediately, Sheldon yells from inside for Stuart to take the hint since Amy has already said goodnight, so he left. Amy enters her apartment and asks Sheldon how he got in there. Sheldon asked back whether that will be the kind of nagging he can expect now that she is his girlfriend. He says that it is a good thing he drew this thing up and took out from his bag The Relationship Agreement. He informs her that it has 31 pages of all the rights and responsibilities of him as the boyfriend and her as the girlfriend. Amy says that it is so romantic and he told her mutual indemnification always is. He told her to go through the Agreement as he sets up his notary stamps. Amy reads out Section 5 regarding hand-holding. The Agreement stated that hand-holding is prohibited unless either party is about to fall off a cliff, a precipice, or a ledge, as a hearty handshake after winning the Nobel Prize, or as moral support during flu shots. Amy complains that it is rather restrictive so Sheldon tells her she can get a lawyer if she wants.
After a short hiatus, The Rookie is back! This is the first episode of the show at a new night and a new time and is a crossover with The Rookie: Feds. The continuation of the story happens on the spin-off.
When she returns home, Deena calls her friend Joey and invites him down for a night out, which is quickly shot down by the rest of the house because he does not really care about Deena. Deena, who is depressed after having to ditch Joey, just wants to go out and get drunk, but Snooki leaves her to have a heart to hear with Jwoww. Deena, who is now a solo meatball, sheds tears because she misses her partner in crime.
In that one moment, it almost looks as if they have finally come up against an enemy they cannot defeat; a force of nature so violent that it cannot be contained. Thankfully, with all of them working together as one they are able to avert another major catastrophe and make it through the night.
The first two weeks of Season 5 featured nine fights and 10 contracts being awarded, with all nine winners and split decision loser Carlos Candelario being invited to join the UFC roster over the previous pair of Tuesday nights.
This was a solid scrap to start the night and a closely contested battle, with the judges being tasked with determining the victor. When the scores were tallied, it was Anheliger that came out on the happy side of the split decision verdict, extending his unbeaten streak to nine in the process.
This evening, another season of action got underway inside the UFC APEX, with four pairs of fighters squaring off in hopes of joining Alonzo Menifield, Punahele Soriano, Dustin Jacoby, and Uros Medic as competitors to secure contracts on the opening night of a new season.
As I watched them shuffle down the road in tonight's episode, beaten and weary, with only worms to eat (better than being food for worms!) and nothing to drink, I couldn't help but see the survivors as the walking dead themselves, the show as a reference not to the walkers but to the living. It wasn't the first time the thought had crossed my mind, but tonight's episode really brought the point home.
In any case, tonight's episode was largely about the horrors of survival, of barely hanging on. The survivors shamble down the road like walkers. They can't find water. They only find food when wild dogs attack and Sasha shoots the beasts. (I'm dubious such a small pack of dogs would attack such a large pack of humans, but whatever.) They find water only when it's been left for them in the road by a "friend."
In any case, Maggie and Sasha head out into the morning after the storm and go out to listen to Beth's music box that Daryl fixed and gave to Maggie the night before. They wind it and it doesn't work, and just as they sit there a man appears.
Nothing tonight was particularly exciting up to this point. Yes, we got the "We are the walking dead!" speech. Yes, the zombies almost broke down the barn doors, and stupid Carl set baby Judith on the ground and left her crying by herself so that he could pretend to help keep the door shut. I mean, how much could Carl possibly help at this point but he leaves the baby just lying there? What if a zombie had made it in from the other side?
So I liked tonight's episode, but I didn't love it. The end was a great cliff-hanger, and the whole episode was interspersed with lots of great moments, but the one big action scene---the zombies at the barn---wasn't all that good. I'm crossing my fingers for another big conflict and some more great action episodes. The opening of Season 5 was so strong and action-packed.
Jughead tripping on maple mushrooms is the wild part of the story. Watching him work through his heartbreak over Betty hurting him so many years ago, is the intimate character moment that makes it all worth it.
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, really?This 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 nutrition?Although 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!
Steve and bird hunting aficionado Ronny Boehme join up with wildlife biologist Ed Arnett in Lubbock, Texas to hunt Sandhill cranes. The Sandhill crane offers a unique wingshooting opportunity and also carries the nickname "rib eye of the sky" because of its supposed similarities to a handsome cut of beef. It's fast action and plenty of laughs as Steve, Ronny, and Ed explore the culinary delights of these birds with a Texas style "Crane Cookout." 041b061a72