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is the ninth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24. It aired on February 12, 2007 as a two hour event.
Abu Fayed lands his helicopter to pick up the three nuclear bombs and contacts Dmitri Gredenko, a former Russian general who defected to the United States. Gredenko is extracting revenge against the United States because his former country was afraid to use nuclear weapons against the West and lost the Cold War. Gredenko supplied the five nuclear suitcases to BXJ technologies, the company which Phillip Bauer and his son, Graem Bauer worked for. Gredenko hopes to frame the Middle East for detonating the three remaining nuclear bombs. Meanwhile, back at CTU, Phillip mourns over the loss of Graem, and learns that Gredenko is in Los Angeles. He calls Liddy, head of security for BXJ, directing him to murder Gredenko before CTU finds him. Phillip fears that Gredenko (if captured) may confess to CTU, implicating Phillip in the nuke attacks. Chloe O'Brian consoles with Morris O'Brian who is emotionally upset that he will be responsible for any deaths occurring from the three nuclear bombs being detonated, because he gave up the activation code to Fayed in order to save his own
Junk in the Trunk is the pilot episode of Robot Chicken.
President George W. Bush approves this message: "Tacos rule." This phrase, or variations thereof, becomes his catchphrase on the show.
Santa Claus crashing down through chimney.
Rachael Leigh Cook's "This is Your Brain on Drugs" public service announcement with a much different ending. Not only are the effects of drugs taking to a more dramatic extreme, Cook ends up plummeting from a high ledge and dying horribly.
A Teletubby with an erect penis on his head is shown smoking.
An episode of Transformers in which Optimus Prime has prostate cancer. Optimus has to use the restroom frequently, and sees blood in his urine. Dr. Ratchet diagnoses the cancer, and Optimus finally dies in the hospital, transforming into his own casket. The episode turns out to be a dramatization and ends with a public service announcement by Optimus (who is still alive).
Coming soon, a new reality television series "The World's Most One-sided Fistfights Caught on Film!"
A clip of Oz with Scarecrow from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. The scarecrow is "disemboweled" by a shank used by another inmate.
Continuation of the Transformers skit with The Human Torch
Bye Bye Basement is episode 402 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
Soon after Hyde moves back in with the Formans, Kitty announces her plan to redecorate the basement and proceeds to hire contractors Theo and his cousin Leo. Theo claims he used to be like his cousin Leo, however one day the smoke cleared up and he noticed how badly trashed his room was. When Kitty tells Red Theo had an epiphany, Theo corrects her to the dislike of Red explaining that he ran out marijuana which led to the smoke clearing. After fixing up his room, he became a contractor.
After failed attempts to stop Kitty from pursuing her idea, Eric and Hyde quickly see an opportunity to stop the contractors when they are told by Theo to do what they normally do. Soon Eric, Hyde, Leo, and Theo are in the circle Eric persuades Theo to follow his heart and become an artist. Still on the first day of construction, Leo announces to Red and Kitty that the basement is done.
Red and Kitty are horrified to see that the basement looks exactly the same, and Kitty exclaims "Red, i think our contractor is on dope." Theo tells them that their basement is a form of art, and that he moved everything 2 inches to the left.
This article is about Hour 23 on Day 5 of the Fox Network TV series 24.
Audrey contacts the Navy to determine how long it will take to scramble fighters to sink the submarine Vladimir Bierko has taken. Unfortunately the fighters will arrive after the missiles are programmed to fire. Vladimir has his men target twelve areas in the United States, ensuring three of the missiles overlap a major population zone within Los Angeles.
Bauer, Henderson, and another CTU agent have no way into the heavily guarded submarine. Henderson demands a gun to defend himself, Jack reluctantly gives him his backup weapon. At that moment they see an emergency signal buoy deploy from the submarine, signaling a survivor is inside. Jack has Audrey connect him to the only member of the submarine's crew who had survived the nerve gas in a sealed chamber. Jack orders Petty Officer Rooney, an engineer, to kill the man guarding the aft hatch so that he can get in. Using a knife, the petty officer kills Bierko's man and Jack enters the submarine. Jack Bauer uses the petty officer to create a diversion to draw off the men in the control room. Jack kills the remaining man in the control room, and Henderson
Hercules in the Maze of the Minotaur is the fifth and final TV movie in the series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
Hercules has given up his days of traveling, and amazing adventures, and has settled down to spend some time with his family. When a distant village is threatened by an unseen monster, Hercules is called upon to help save the village from the monster.
In a sun-dappled forest, two men are searching for buried treasure. They pace out the step given with the map, and discover a cave overgrown with bushes. The two men break through the plants and enter the cave. In the cave they find a huge wooden door, as they try to get through the door, a monster breaks through the door and chases after them. One man is captured and the other flees as the monster tells him to bring Hercules. Meanwhile Hercules works on his farms, he sees his sons fighting and tells them that they should not fight. They say that Hercules fights, Hercules explains that he only fights when he has to and only to prevent other people from being harmed. He tells about the time when he had to fight Eryx the boxer to stop him from killing anymore people. He asks the boys if they understand, and they say they
"Not in Portland" is the 7th episode of the third season of Lost and the 56th episode overall. It first aired on February 7, 2007 on ABC. The episode was written by Carlton Cuse and Jeff Pinkner and was directed by Stephen Williams. The character of Juliet Burke (Elizabeth Mitchell) is featured in the episode’s flashbacks.
The episode begins with a flashback featuring Juliet Burke in Miami, Florida, caring for her ill sister, Rachel Carlson. She is seen walking along a corridor, when she passes Ethan Rom (William Mapother) leaving the room she is about to enter, her sister's room. She injects a drug into her sister's stomach. Later, she goes to the hospital where she works to steal more of the drug, and is soon discovered by her boss and ex-husband Edmund Burke, who is with another woman.
In a second flashback, Edmund confronts Juliet regarding the research she has been conducting on her sister, asking to be involved in the project. Juliet, however, does not give him an answer.
In the next flashback, Juliet is interviewed by Richard Alpert (Nestor Carbonell) from a genetics company called Mittelos Bioscience, asking her to join a firm in Portland, Oregon. Juliet turns down the
"Every Man for Himself" is the fourth episode of the third season of Lost, making it the 53rd episode of the series. It aired on October 25, 2006 on ABC, and was written by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz and directed by Stephen Williams. The character of Sawyer (Josh Holloway) is featured in the episode's flashbacks; on the island, his rebellious attitude causes Ben Linus (Michael Emerson) and the Others to conjure a plan to keep him in check.
The episode was intended to show how Ben was a character that could manipulate even the best confidence man on the island, and if Sawyer could care for another person, as Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly) is making her attempts to escape captivity. When the episode first aired, it was watched by 17.087 million American viewers. Reviews were positive, praising the writing and the cliffhanger ending.
Sawyer is in prison, trying to befriend Munson (Ian Gomez), a man who has hidden ten million dollars. He warns Munson that the warden (Bill Duke) is trying to con him out of his money. Eventually, Munson, worried that his wife will find where he has hidden the money, enlists Sawyer's help in moving the stash. Sawyer then reveals this information to
"Lunarville 7" is the 12th episode of the British Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the United Kingdom on 15 December 1967 (1967-12-15) on ATV Midlands. It was written by Tony Barwick and directed by Robert Lynn, and forms the introduction to a story arc that is resumed in the later episode "Crater 101".
In this episode, Captain Scarlet, Captain Blue and Lieutenant Green are dispatched to a lunar colony following reports of unauthorised construction on the far side of the Moon. In the 1980s, footage from "Lunarville 7" was re-edited and incorporated into Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars, a Captain Scarlet compilation film.
In a transmission sent from Lunarville 7, the Lunar Controller declares the Moon officially neutral in the war between Earth and Mars. Intelligence, meanwhile, has revealed the Humboldt Sea on the far side of the Moon to be the site of a new, unidentified and unauthorised construction. Captain Scarlet, Captain Blue and Lieutenant Green are dispatched to Lunarville 7 ostensibly to hand over the World President's letter of response to the Controller, but also secretly to investigate the base and follow
The fourth season of That '70s Show, an American television series, began September 25, 2001, and ended on May 21, 2002. It aired on Fox. The region 1 DVD was released on May 9, 2006. This season is set entirely in the year 1978.
"Breakfast Food Killer" is the thirty-second episode of the animated television series Drawn Together.
As the story begins, a boy and his sister are having a picnic when a mascot named Quackers shows up in a bush disguise. The children easily catch him (in a parody of Trix), but he tells them to shut up and give him the cereal box. He abuses them and takes the cereal, then removes the UPC code and discards the rest. Suddenly, three masked people come and tell Quackers to give them the UPC codes he has, but he refuses. They proceed to beat him to death, but fail to get the UPC codes away from him.
After Quackers is killed, characters everywhere try to take his place, including the Drawn Together cast. Toot Braunstein comes to the audition and wins the part, but loses it moments later when Wooldoor Sockbat enters, and Franken Berry and the other judges give it to him instead. Wooldoor goes to the breakfast food club, where he meets the other cereal mascots. Toot swears revenge, but gets drunk, vomits, and passes out.
The next morning, Toot wakes up to find that Quackers is still alive. He gives her the four UPC codes and tells her to find the last one before Franken Berry does. Toot
"Hercules and the Amazon Women" is the first movie-length pilot episode of the television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
A village of only men comes to seek Hercules' aid in defeating a band of mysterious creatures of the eve of Iolaus' wedding. Hercules discovers these "creatures" are really the women of the village who have split with their chauvinistic men and aligned themselves with Hera.
Three men are walking through the woods, they hear strange noises and catch glimpses of something moving in the undergrowth. Suddenly they are attacked by unseen creatures. Two men are killed, but one escapes and flees the woods.
Hercules strolls into a village after returning from one of his adventures, and is greeted by Iolaus. It is established that Iolaus is getting married and that Hercules is the best man. The two men set off for Alcmene's house. While walking through the woods, they reminisce that it has been a long time since they last saw each other. Iolaus tells Hercules about his bride-to-be, Ania. They stumble upon a little girl crying alone near an altar. She tells them that a monster killed her father while they were placing an offering to the goddess. Hercules tries to
Stray is the 16th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Philip Levens and was directed by Paul Shapiro. It originally aired on April 16, 2001.
A child who can read minds escapes his cruel parents and finds happiness with the Kents. But that joy may be brief when his parents come looking for the boy so they can use his psychic gifts in a life of crime. The only person the boy cannot use his powers on is Clark and the two bond as the boy gets a break from knowing other's thoughts.
"The Son Also Rises" is the eighteenth episode of the third season from the science fiction television series, Battlestar Galactica. Its title is a play on the title of the famous Ernest Hemingway novel, The Sun Also Rises.
Survivor Count: 41,399
The episode begins aboard Colonial One with President Roslin randomly drawing the names of five ship captains to appoint as judges for Gaius Baltar's tribunal. Admiral Adama happens to be the fifth name she draws, to her surprise. Aboard Galactica, Admiral Adama looks over Starbuck's personnel file and reminisces about the late pilot. In the hangar deck, an inebriated Samuel Anders stands atop a Viper, grieving over Starbuck and causing a scene. Apollo climbs up to offer Anders solace, but Anders says he has to leave. In his uncoordinated state, Anders falls from the Viper and injures his leg.
Meanwhile, Racetrack preps her Raptor to shuttle Baltar's attorney Alan Hughes to the Zephyr. As Hughes boards the Raptor, Racetrack comments negatively about the arrogant lawyer and the fact that she's been assigned as his personal chauffeur. Suddenly, a bomb hidden inside the Raptor explodes, killing Hughes.
On Colonial One, Roslin meets with the
"Return of the Kane" is episode 6 of season 1 of the television show Veronica Mars.
It is school election time and Logan wants Duncan to run to counteract Wanda Varner's anti-'09er policies. Duncan wins, but Veronica suspects the vote was rigged. Also, Logan's father, A-list movie star Aaron Echolls, catches his son organizing "bum" boxing fights, and Logan's bad homelife is revealed.
It was noted on the episode page for the pilot that the original 'ocean' plotline (Lilly's body is found in the ocean, instead of by the pool) was dropped at the insistence of the network. However, by that point the production team had already created some of the physical materials for the pilot episode, such as paperwork relating to the Kane murder case. Rather than destroy these and recreate them with the adjusted plot line, they were apparently carried forward through the pilot and subsequent episodes.
This can be demonstrated, as one document with the 'ocean' plot elements was clearly visible on screen in "Return of the Kane". The document appears in a scene where Veronica opens Keith's safe, and discovers the Kane murder files that he had been secretly working on since the recall election. The
Tornado Prom is episode 411 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
The gang decide to go to the school prom. Jackie and Kelso run for Snow King and Queen, but only Kelso wins.
Eric forgets to pick Donna up at the radio station on the way to the prom. Hyde decides to smoke pot in Coach Ferguson's office. An announcement comes up about a tornado warning. Eric heads to the radio station to get Donna, unaware of the danger. Donna is impressed by Eric's "bravery".
Coach Ferguson catches Hyde, but soon gets scared after hearing about the tornado, stating that there is a lot he has yet to experience. He, Hyde, Kelso and Jackie then form a Circle. Eric and Donna, in a parallel scene, do a Circle at the radio station with cutouts of Steven Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith.
Fez is about to do it for the first time with Rhonda when news of the tornado passing reaches them and his chance is ruined.
Eric admits to Donna that he forgot to pick her up in the first place.
Red and Kitty play charades with Bob and Joanne, and Red singlehandedly loses the game by trying to guess the name of a song ("You make me feel like hips"). Later, they play Monopoly, which Red loses as well, by
While studying for her beauty school exam, Luanne sees someone bouncing on Buckley's old trampoline. It's Buckley, who has come back as an angel. Hank and Peggy think Luanne was hallucinating after using too many hair-dying chemicals, but Hank's friends come to believe in the existence of Buckley's Angel. But Luanne finds that Buckley isn't much more help to her as an angel than he was when he was alive.
"Born Under a Bad Sign" is episode fourteen of the second season of the television series Supernatural.
Sam's been missing for a week and Dean is looking frantically for him. When he finally finds Sam, his younger brother is sitting forlornly in a dingy motel room, covered in blood, with no memory of what happened and how he got there. They begin investigating and discover that Sam had stolen a beat up VW beetle with a bloody hunting knife in the back seat, and that he robbed a gas station for a pack of menthol cigarettes and a bottle of malt liquor. Dean and Sam find themselves at the house of a demon hunter named Steve Wandell, whose throat had been cut. From CC camera footage, the brothers watch Sam assault and murder Wandell. Filled with remorse, Sam asks Dean to kill him and when Dean insists that he would rather die than do that, Sam tells his brother, "You'll live to regret this," before pistol whipping Dean unconscious.
Sam goes to Duluth, Minn, where Jo is working in a pub. He tells Jo that she should stop carrying a torch for Dean and that he likes her. Appalled by his aggressive tone, she orders him to leave which promptly earns her a knock on the head. After waking
"Heart Attack" is the tenth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on November 23, 1985.
The girls throw a party in their house, with Sophia doing the majority of the cooking. The Italian food is delicious, but while the other girls start clearing up, Sophia sits on the sofa, claiming she has a "bubble." Soon, this "bubble" turns into sharp pain. Sophia fears she is having a heart attack. Dorothy tries to laugh it off, but her mother is adamant. Blanche goes to call the paramedics, and Rose relates the story of how her husband Charlie died of a heart attack. The paramedics are delayed by a storm, so the girls must try to calm themselves. Rose and Blanche talk about death, and Dorothy asks them to shut up. Sophia nods off, but upon awakening, she claims she went to Heaven-and she wants to go back. Dorothy begs her to stay, and Sophia asks her to go into her room to get her rosary. In the bedroom, Dorothy confesses to Blanche that she is terrified about the prospect of losing Sophia. Blanche tells her that Dorothy isn't alone-she and Rose may not be blood-related, but they are family. Eventually, a doctor manages to get through the storm. He asks several questions, and
Imprint is the thirteenth episode of the first season of Masters of Horror. Directed by Takashi Miike, the episode was scheduled to premiere on January 27, 2006 but was shelved by Showtime over concerns about its extremely graphic and disturbing content. It was later released to DVD on September 26, 2006. It is one of four horror films directed by Takashi Miike, the other three being Audition, One Missed Call and his segment in the anthology film Three... Extremes, "Box".
Christopher (Billy Drago), a Victorian era American journalist, is traveling through Japan looking for Komomo (Itô), a lost girlfriend whom he had promised to rescue from prostitution and bring to America. Landing on an island populated solely by whores and their masters, he is solicited by a syphilitic tout (Yamada). She claims no knowledge of Komomo, but Christopher has to spend the night, requesting the company of a girl (Youki Kudoh) lurking back in the shadows, who joins him in his room.
Disfigured and disturbed, the girl claims a closer connection with the dead than the living. She tells him that Komomo was there, but hanged herself after her love never came for her. Distraught, Christopher seeks solace in
"Confidence Man" is the eighth episode of the first season of Lost. The episode was directed by Tucker Gates and written by Damon Lindelof. It first aired on November 10, 2004 on ABC. The character of James "Sawyer" Ford (Josh Holloway) is featured in the episode's flashback.
Sawyer is in bed with a young woman, Jessica (Kristin Richardson). After he declares his love for her, she realizes he is late for a meeting. As he rushes to leave, his briefcase falls open, revealing thousands of dollars in cash he says she was not supposed to have seen. Sawyer then informs her that he is meeting someone to get money for an investment that will triple his cash in two weeks, and Jessica tells him that she will get the money from her husband so that she and Sawyer can split the profit. Later, Sawyer is revealed to be a con artist in debt with a loan shark, Kilo (Billy Mayo), who demands his money, plus fifty percent, by the next day. Sawyer goes to Jessica's house to finalize the deal, but reconsiders upon seeing a small boy emerge from another room. He suddenly calls off the con, drops his briefcase of money, and rushes out of their house.
On the beach, Sawyer catches Boone Carlyle (Ian
Leech is the 12th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Timothy Schlattmann and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on February 12, 2002.
After a fluke lightning strike Clarks powers are taken from him and given to Eric Summers (Shawn Ashmore). Erik uses his new powers violently and Clark realizes that he has to be the one to wield the powers.
9:00PM-10:00PM is the sixteenth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
Vice President Noah Daniels convenes with the cabinets for a meeting to determine if President Palmer is able to resume his duties. Before he proceeds to the meeting, President Palmer orders Dr. Arthur Welton to inject him with adrenaline, so that he would appear strong. After the vote, the cabinet is split and President Palmer can resume his duties. Vice President Daniels protests by calling Karen Hayes's vote invalid since she resigned and was never officially reinstated. The U.S. Attorney General decides that the decision will go through the Supreme Court.
Meanwhile, Jack calls Bill and informs him about the demands from Gredenko. Jack decides to call for the Attorney General to issue an amnesty. However, Bill tells Jack that due to the struggle of power back in the White House, this amnesty would not be valid. Jack replies that it doesn't matter since he never intends to let him go. Then Jack tells Gredenko to contact Fayed. After Fayed knows that Gredenko got the specs for the nuclear power plant, he tells him to meet at Santa Monica Pier. When he finishes the call, Jack and the tactical teams
"Guess Who's Coming to the Wedding?" is the second episode of The Golden Girls. It first aired on September 21, 1985.
A surprise visit from Dorothy's daughter Kate puts all of the girls in a good mood-but Dorothy is even more thrilled when she discovers that Kate is engaged to a handsome doctor named Dennis (he is actually a podiatrist, but Dorothy just prefers "M.D."). The happy young couple plans to jet to the Bahamas to get married, but Dorothy insists on a wedding in Miami. Kate is willing to agree with the plan...on one condition. Stan, her father and Dorothy's ex-husband, must come. Dorothy despises Stan, as he jilted her for a young blonde stewardess named Chrissy during a mid-life crisis. When asked how the relationship started, Dorothy explained that Stan was on a flight to Hawaii, and that all stewardesses were instructed to give passengers a lei. Chrissy misinterpreted her instructions, and the rest is history. Dorothy, though, is not even that mad at Stan for cheating; she is more upset with having the news broken to her over the phone by a lawyer. But to keep her daughter happy, she agrees to invite Stan. She promises to be on her best behavior, but when Stan
Nicodemus is the 15th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Greg Walker and Michael Green and directed by Terrence O'Hara. It originally aired on October 16, 2001.
Jonathan turns against his son, Lana becomes a sexy flirt and Pete sets out to settle a score with Lex. They all exhibit unusual behavior after coming into contact with a strange, toxic flower, which has been extinct for over 100 years.
The theme song from John Schneider's earlier show, The Dukes of Hazard, plays while he drives.
"Patch Boomhauer" is the 150th episode in the Fox animated comedy King of the Hill. It was broadcast as the eighth season premiere. This episode is rated TV-PG for graphic violence (V).
Boomhauer's brother Patch (Brad Pitt) comes into town to marry Boomhauer's ex-girlfriend, Katherine (Laura Dern). Patch is busy making arrangements for the wedding and Boomhauer is sulking, as he still loves Katherine. At a party at Hank's house, Patch asks Boomhauer to be his best man. Boomhauer hesitates, but agrees. While the brothers are relaxing at Boomhauer's house in his hot tub, Luanne comes over to return Boomhauer's Walkman. Patch begins to harass Luanne, prompting her to leave. Boomhauer starts to yell at Patch and a fight begins. Boomhauer quits as best man. Patch then asks Hank to be the best man, who agrees, and starts to make plans for the bachelor party, while Peggy is in charge of setting up a bachelorette party for the bride.
Hank prepares a crazy bachelor party (at least by his standards) involving beer, music, and playing cards, and a traditional prank on the groom with a ball & chain. He even gets clearance from the fire department to go above the designated noise level (70dB)
"RPM" is the thirty-first episode of the television series The Batman. It originally aired first in North America on Saturday November 5 2005 and later in the UK on Cartoon Network UK on Friday 28 April 2006.
Gearhead, a high speed thrill-seeker with the ability to manipulate and control machines, makes his first appearance robbing a charity race, and Batman soon finds himself forced to upgrade the Batmobile to keep up with the cybernetic villain.
The Gotham City Speedway holds a race in downtown Gotham, with each racer driving for the charity of their choice, and Bruce has entered as the only non-professional driver. An unregistered vehicle enters into the race as Commissioner Gordon and his daughter Barbara look on, and the new entrant quickly pulls ahead of the other drivers, including Bruce. The press move in and the driver emerges ￢ﾀﾓ a costumed figure with a cybernetic arm. He introduces himself as Gearhead and uses an extendible arm from his car to steal the charity money.
As the police close in, Gearhead races off and quickly evades the pursuit. Later Bruce reviews the tapes and concludes he￢ﾀﾙs in it for the thrills, not the money. Bruce gets a Batwave signal of
"Bargaining, Part Two" is the second episode of the sixth season of the television series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. It originally aired on October 2, 2001.
Xander carries a weakened Willow off toward the magic shop where Tara and Anya will meet them with Spike and Dawn. The Buffybot is in the possession of the demon bikers and getting beaten badly. Meanwhile, beneath the ground, the real Buffy desperately fights her way through her coffin. Xander stops on the way to the Magic Shop, and Willow breaks down into tears as she thinks her attempt to bring Buffy back failed. Tara and Anya pause on their way in time to hide from a few of Razor's followers and overhear their conversation about visiting some stores.
Spike prepares to leave the house with Dawn for a safer location. Buffy finally breaks out of her coffin and reaches the surface. Dressed in a black dress and pumps, Buffy roams the damaged streets of Sunnydale, confused by the mayhem occurring. Back at the Magic Box, Tara and Anya return to find that the store is still safe. Tara casts a spell to locate Willow and Xander. Xander questions Willow's directions back to the shop and the power of the spell she conducted. Tara's
"Moe'N'a Lisa" is the sixth episode of the The Simpsons' eighteenth season, and first aired on November 19, 2006. Lisa aides Moe in discovering his inner-poet and he gains swift popularity and recognition from a group of successful American authors, when Lisa helps to get his poetry published. However, Lisa is crushed when Moe enjoys his newfound success with famous writers and deliberately refuses to credit Lisa for her assistance in his poetry. It was written by Matt Warburton and directed by Mark Kirkland. The episode guest stars J. K. Simmons as the voice of J. Jonah Jameson, while Tom Wolfe, Gore Vidal, Michael Chabon, and Jonathan Franzen make cameos as themselves. During its first airing, the episode gained 9.31 million viewers, beating the previous episode.
Homer Simpson awakens to find numerous reminders of "Don't Forget" all over the house (written on his stomach, Santa's Little Helper and Snowball II's flanks and in Maggie's alphabet cereal.) Marge reminds the family they are to watch Grampa in the Senior Olympics, and Homer groans about it, thinking that this is what he was supposed to remember. Right after the family leaves, Moe leaves a message on the answering
"Playthings" is episode eleven of the second season of the television series Supernatural. This episode deals with Hoodoo and mischievous ghosts.
It's a month after the last episode. At a dark and eerie Victorian mansion in Cornwall, CT, two little girls watch as a cheerful workman receive instructions from a lady about moving some boxes. The lady is Susan, the owner of the Pierpont Inn which is closing down, and the two identically dressed girls are Tyler and Maggie. The girls are sulking because the workman is there to take away some of their toys, which includes a large and exquisitely furnished doll house replica of the hotel and a huge collection of dolls. A sailor doll is lying at the bottom of the stairs inside the doll house. Its head is completely turned around. Susan screams from downstairs. The workman from before is lying at the bottom of the stairs gasping for air and no longer cheerful. His head has completely turned around.
In yet another tacky motel room, Sam and Dean discuss their failure to find the missing and presumably demon-abducted Ava Wilson. Sam then tries to persuade Dean to investigate the Pierpont Inn's two recent mysterious deaths. In the first of
"E.B.E." was the seventeenth episode of the first season of The X-Files science-fiction television series created by Chris Carter. The title "E.B.E." stands for "Extraterrestrial Biological Entity". This was the first episode of The X-Files to feature the recurring characters of 'The Lone Gunmen'.
Mulder and Scully receive information from Deep Throat about a UFO that was shot down over Iraq and has been secretly transported to the U.S. However, Deep Throat then intentionally misleads the agents to prevent them from discovering the truth.
Morgan's and Wong's episode "Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man" links to parts of this episode - for example, Deep Throat mentions he was one of the few to kill an E.B.E, which is later shown in "Musings".
"A Matter of Family" was the season premiere of The Batman's fourth season. It originally aired in North America on September 23, 2006. The episode featured guest voices by Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill, the actors who portrayed Batman and the Joker in the DC animated universe.
After a young circus performer named Dick Grayson loses his parents to a criminal named Tony Zucco, Bruce Wayne adopts the young boy. Once Bruce's secret is revealed, Dick joins Batman as his new sidekick, Robin. Together, they set out to find Zucco and bring him to justice.
When Haly's Circus arrives in Gotham, managing director John Grayson is approached by crime boss and small time hustler Tony Zucco with an offer for "protection." After defeating several of Zucco's thugs, Grayson is pinned down by the "strong man" of Zucco's "family". As Zucco informs Grayson and his wife and son that they cannot afford to pass on his offer of protection, son Dick Grayson responds that they can because he has just called the Gotham Police. Out of the shadows, Batman responds that he responded to Dick's call and punches Zucco, knocking him back and to the ground.
Fleeing the circus tent, Zucco and his "family" of
"Hi Diddle Riddle" was the first half-hour length episode of Batman to air, first broadcast on ABC on Wednesday January 12, 1966 and repeated on August 24, 1966 and April 5, 1967. It marked the first appearance of Frank Gorshin as The Riddler.
The series opens at the Republic of Moldavia exhibit, located at the Gotham City World's Fair, the Moldavian prime minister slices into the Moldavian friendship cake and unknowingly causes it to explode, releasing a concealed riddle. At the Gotham City Police Department, Police Commissioner James Gordon and Chief Miles O'Hara suspect it to be Edward Nygma, also known as the Riddler. They turn to Inspector Bash and all the other senior policemen, but all bow their heads for a moment of silence, they turn to a red phone ("I don't know who he is behind that mask of his, but I do know when we need him and we need him now!"). This riddle leads Batman and Robin to the Peale art gallery where they catch the Riddler in the act of taking a cross from its proprietor, Gideon Peale, at gunpoint. They stop him with an explosive but learn to their horror that Riddler's gun was actually a lighter and the cross was his to begin with. Riddler whistles and
Vanstock is an episode of That 70s Show.
The gang gets ready to go to a rock concert. Jackie says she doesn't want to go, so Kelso invites Laurie. He then finds himself in hot water when Jackie changes her mind.
The gang goes to Vanstock (like Woodstock but more of an emphasis on vans) in Kelso's van. Kelso tells Eric he's bringing Laurie because Jackie told him she didn't want to go. He tells Eric that Donna can't go, because he doesn't want her to find out about him cheating, and tell Jackie. Donna finds Kelso and Laurie making-out in the van. She asks Eric if he knew about it, and he says he didn't. Jackie then says that she's going after all, and Hyde tells her to hide in the back to surprise Kelso after they get going. Jackie and Laurie become good friends after realizing that they have a lot in common, but Jackie doesn't realize that they have Kelso as a boyfriend in common. Hyde finds a top and spends the day searching for the girl who owns it.
That night, Eric feels guilty and tells Donna that he knew about Kelso and Laurie all along. Donna gets mad at him and walks off. She then talks to Hyde, who helps her realize that Eric just didn't want to rat Kelso out,
Crush is the 19th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar and was directed by James Marshall. It originally aired on May 7, 2002.
After a hit-and-run accident that destroys his drawing hand, a cartoonist is left with bitterness, pain...and an unexpected gift of telekinesis that he turns into an instrument of revenge.
Mayor Siegel is mentioned. Jerry Siegel was one of the creators of Superman.
"The Parking Garage" is the 23rd episode of the situation comedy Seinfeld. The episode was the sixth episode of the show's third season. It aired on October 30, 1991 on National Broadcasting Company (NBC).
The episode was written by Larry David and was directed by Tom Cherones, and takes place entirely in a parking garage. The episode "The Parking Garage" has received overwhelmingly positive reviews with many critics calling it better than the previous episode "about nothing", "The Chinese Restaurant". The episode received a 12.1/19 Nielsen rating.
The cast is in search of Kramer's car (a 1983 Ford LTD) in the multi-level parking garage of a shopping mall in New Jersey after Kramer purchases an air conditioner. Unfortunately, no one can remember where the car was parked. After carrying the air conditioner for some time, an exhausted Kramer decides to leave it behind one of the parked cars and tries to memorize the number of the parking space. Elaine fears that her new goldfish will die in the airtight bag before they can arrive home, while George must meet his parents by 6:15 to take them out to celebrate their anniversary. Also, Jerry has to go to the bathroom badly.
3:00PM-4:00PM is the tenth episode of Season 6 of the drama television series 24.
The episode starts off with Milo Pressman and Marilyn Bauer running away from the hostiles. Jack arrives in time to save them from the hostiles and confronts Marilyn, assuming it was Gredenko who had called Marilyn. But Marilyn tells Jack that it was his father, and explains that he is holding Josh hostage. As she provides an accurate location of Gredenko's safe house, Jack sets up a plan to get to Phillip and to free Josh from him. Marilyn is dismayed that the primary goal is not to get Josh, but agrees to comply after Jack explains he will do everything in his power to save Josh. Back at CTU, Morris goes out for a walk to get some fresh air and to think about what he has done. He walks into the store and buys a bottle of whiskey and a box of Altoids. He goes into an alley and drinks but spits it out and shoves some Altoids into his mouth to cover up his breath.
The SWAT team moves in onto the location of Gredenko but finds the location empty. Chloe talks to Morris, smells alcohol on his breath, and accuses him of betraying her. We learn that he is a recovering alcoholic and has remained sober
is the twelfth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
President Palmer is hurried away on a stretcher. He is critically injured from an assassination attempt as surgeons are preparing to perform surgery. The cabinet meets with Vice President Noah Daniels via video conference while Reed listens in. Secretary of Defense informs Vice President Daniels about the assassination and tells Daniels that ￢ﾀﾜpresidential responsibilities are now yours.￢ﾀﾝ Vice President Daniels informs the Secretary of Defense that he wishes to meet with Lennox when he arrives. When Reed says he doesn't know where Lennox is, the Secretary of Defense orders the Secret Service to locate Lennox. Reed hurries back to the boiler room and informs Carson about the Secret Service. Carson wants to kill Lennox, but Reed stops him claiming that if he wants to kill Lennox, he'll have to kill Reed as well. Carson stops and Reed attempts to convince Lennox not to expose the plot. Believing himself to be successful, Reed frees Lennox who promptly betrays his trust and turns him and Carson in to the Secret Service.
Back at Logan￢ﾀﾙs house, Jack reminds Logan about his role before they get into a limo. As they are
Fun, Fun, Fun is the 42nd episode of Pee-wee's Playhouse.
Today is a great way to make stuff - Miss Yvonne shows the gang how to make one her favorite snacks, cheese balls, while Pee-wee demonstrates how to make a mobile.
"Hank's on Board" is the 187th episode in the Fox TV comedy King of the Hill, and was broadcast as the 10th season premiere, although it was produced for the 9th season.
After Hank and Bill discover that Dale and Boomhauer take secret fishing trips every summer, Hank thinks that they have been trying to avoid Bill. But, when the guys open up a vacation to include their relatives he discovers that Boomhauer and Dale are trying to get away from Hank because he is too bossy. When Hank cuts loose, the guys get into big trouble just as Hank thought, stranded in the ocean next to their fishing boat with no way to climb back up to it. Hank's take-charge nature saves the four in the end, as he devises a means to summon help so they can be rescued.
Meanwhile, Bobby and Peggy search the beach for buried treasure, using a metal detector Bobby purchased using the family's grocery money, but soon run afoul of the local beachcombers.
"Bargaining, Part One" is the Season 6 opener of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The Scooby Gang patrol in the absence of the Slayer. Willow and her growing powers lead the efforts and the gang with telepathy and other magic from a perch on top of a crypt. She's even repaired the Buffybot, who helps the group slay several vampires. Willow and Tara are living at the Summers home with Dawn and the Buffybot. Willow tried to make the robot more normal, but her tuning never really goes quite like planned.
The Buffybot is sent out with Dawn for Parent Day at Dawn's school. Despite some odd comments and tense moments, the Buffybot doesn't cause much of a scene and isn't suspected of not being real. At the magic shop, Giles is packing up his items in preparation for his return to England. Anya is torn between the idea of losing Giles and taking over the shop on her own.
That night, Spike stays with Dawn while the rest of the gang has a meeting. Dawn suggests that Spike can leave, but he is determined not to leave her to be hurt ever again and starts a card game. The Buffybot hunts a vampire, but gets hit with a bottle and her motion skills are impaired. The vampire realizes
"The Custody Battle" is the twelfth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on December 7, 1985.
Dorothy and Sophia have been bickering a lot, with Dorothy pleading for her mother to give her space. When Dorothy's sister Gloria comes to Miami offering Sophia to live with her, Sophia says yes.
At the same time, Blanche is angry when Rose is cast as Lady Macbeth in the community theater production of Macbeth, while she is given the part of Witch #3.
"Within the Serpent's Grasp" (Part 2 of 3) is the Season 1 finale episode of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1.
Senator Kinsey has shut down the Stargate program. Hammond went to him twice and the second time he was thrown out of Kinsey's office. He then went to the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs, even the President himself; but it would be political suicide for any of them to override the Senate committee. Knowing that the slaughter that took place in "There But For the Grace of God" could happen here, Daniel convinces his team members to violate orders. They then arm, activate the Stargate and travel to the home of the Destroyers.
They find themselves in a large room and at first don't know on which planet they are (they however find an until now unknown type of Goa'uld weapon named Zat - small hand weapons - which they take with them). Suddenly there is a strong movement and all the members of the team (except Teal'c) are thrown back. Hidden doors open and SG-1 hide as Jaffa march in. They bow before the Stargate as a big ball rises into the center of it. The Jaffa leave. Teal'c explains the big ball is A Goa'uld long-range communication device
"Clayfaces" is the forty second episode of the television series The Batman. It originally aired in North America Saturday 7 October 2006 and in the UK on Cartoon Network UK on 17 January 2007.
Shape-shifting villain Clayface turns himself in, promising to give up his criminal ways and hoping to earn a second chance for his alter ego, Ethan Bennett. But when a new Clayface takes to the streets of Gotham, Ethan wants to prove his worth as a hero by helping take down this threat. Having been burned in the past by a seemingly reformed Ethan, Batman isn￢ﾀﾙt sure his friend can still be trusted.
At a dog food factory, the Joker and his two henchmen are preparing to put a dose of Joker Venom into the dog food mixers. As the Joker is explaining his plan, the two henchmen begin to question his plan. Puzzled by their sudden ability to question his authority-as well as the first time they have ever spoken...!-the Joker begins to confront them when they turn into Clayface. Having escaped from Arkham Asylum, Clayface is set to take down the Joker and return him to Arkham once again. Batman and Robin arrive to find Clayface standing watch over the Joker, who is "glued" to the concrete
"House of the Rising Sun" is the sixth episode of the first season of Lost. The episode was directed by Michael Zinberg and written by Javier Grillo-Marxuach. It first aired on October 27, 2004 on ABC.
Jin-Soo Kwon (Daniel Dae Kim) brutally attacks Michael Dawson (Harold Perrineau), but the survivors don't know why since Jin and his wife Sun-Hwa Kwon (Yunjin Kim) only speak Korean. Meanwhile, Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox) proposes that the survivors move to the caves from the beach. Sun is featured in the episode's flashbacks.
Sun is at a party. Jin, a waiter, passes Sun a note telling her to meet him in private. Sun wants to run away with Jin to America, but he insists they honorably tell her father that they are seeing each other. Jin returns from talking to Sun's father, who approves of their relationship as long as Jin takes a job working for him. One night after they're married, Jin returns home covered in someone else's blood. Sun is angry that he refuses to speak of it to her and slaps him. He tells Sun that he does whatever her father tells him to do. A few years later, Sun secretly plots to leave Jin and her father, so she will be free to go wherever she wants. However, she
The Show Must Go On is the 245th episode of the NBC television series, ER.
Dr. John Carter is back in the States to wrap up his affairs. He purchases half a dozen pizzas for the ER staff, as well some refreshments. He also treats a patient who has injured her wrist.
Dr. Archie Morris and Dr. Ray Barnett leave for another party. This party is held on several floors in the back of an apartment building on the balconies at each level. Morris promptly becomes intoxicated, and begins vomiting. Barnett goes to help him. Suddenly the porches collapse, one on top of each other.
Meanwhile Carter is surprised to learn that he delivered the young girl with the broken wrist eleven years previously. Carter then leaves with Dr. Kovač for his "surprise" farewell party, where most of the attending doctors and his friends are waiting for him. County General then stops accepting trauma patients after further problems with the sewer pipes in the hospital leaves them with only one operating room, coupled with the fact that the majority of the ER staff is at Carter's party.
Several people are killed in the porch collapse. Five more are critically injured in the accident. Barnett surprises his friends
"The Triangle" is the fifth episode of The Golden Girls.
When Sophia needs a new doctor for a check-up, Dr. Elliot Clayton comes to call. Dorothy and Blanche instantly fall for him with Dorothy beating Blanche to the punch and going out with the "most attractive man to hit Florida since John Forsythe played Hamlet at the Burt Reynolds Dinner Theater. While Dorothy is getting ready for their date, Elliot decides that Blanche could be in need of his bedside manner and makes a pass at her. Blanche confides in Rose about the pass and Rose tells Blanche to tell Dorothy what kind of a man Elliot really is.
When Dorothy comes home that night, Blanche tells Dorothy about the pass. Dorothy claims she lying, accusing her of wanting Elliot for her self. Then, Blanche gives Dorothy an ultimanium about moving out. Rose decides that she cannot let this happen and while Dorothy is packing, Rose decides to confront Elliot into confessing his immoral behavior. Dorothy overhears, and breaks up with Elliot. Dorothy then goes to Blanche and the two make up.
is the first episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion which premiered on October 4, 1995.
The year is 2015, 15 years after the first disastrous contact with the mysterious beings known as Angel resulted in the global cataclysm known as Second Impact which wiped out half of the human race. To defend humanity against future Angel attacks, the UN established the paramilitary organization NERV in Tokyo-3 to develop giant biomechanical humanoid weapons known as Evangelions. Now, the Angels have re-appeared, and the untested Evangelions can only be piloted by specially-selected 14 year olds.
Shinji Ikari, estranged son of the director of NERV, Commander Gendo Ikari, heads towards Tokyo-3, and he is waiting for Misato Katsuragi to pick him up. He tries to contact her via phone, but due to the state of emergency situation, the lines are unavailable. Shinji sees a vision of a girl, but upon a second examination, he sees no one. The UN battles with the Angel Sachiel, and Misato comes to retrieve Shinji, taking him away from the battlefield. The Angel utterly decimates the UN force, and even an Nￂﾲ bomb does little to subdue it. The UN reluctantly hands command to NERV, and
"The Finale" is the series finale of Will & Grace and the twenty-third episode of the show's eighth season. It originally aired on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) in the United States on May 18, 2006, when it was watched by an average of eighteen million viewers, making it the most watched episode of the final two seasons of Will & Grace. In the finale, Will and Grace have a falling-out that lasts for years. They each have a child with their respective partners, and eventually reconcile when their children start college together. Meanwhile, Karen's arch-enemy Beverley Leslie makes an offer to Jack which ultimately leads to Jack inheriting Beverley's fortune.
The episode was written by series creators and executive producers David Kohan and Max Mutchnick, and directed by James Burrows. Filming took place at CBS Studio Center in Studio City, California in April 2006. The cast members took the news about the show ending well, but they became emotional as the final scene was being filmed. NBC heavily promoted the finale, and the main cast members appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Today Show to bid farewell. An hour-long series retrospective, "Say Goodnight Gracie",
The Ghost who Saved the Bank at Monte Carlo is the eleventh episode of the 1969 ITC British television series Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) starring Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope and Annette Andre. The episode was first broadcast on 30 November 1969 on the ITV. Directed by Jeremy Summers.
Marty's Aunt Clara hires Jeff as a bodyguard for a trip to Monte Carlo where she plans to win £100,000 on her self-devised gambling system. With a thousand pounds, she plans to make £25,000 on the first night, £50,000 on the second night and the remainder on the third night. Although she professes to not like gambling, she claims to have studied every failed gambling system "since 1879" and has already won enough at a local casino to pay for her airfare. Having gone through four years of theorizing Clara is ready to put her system into operation, though is unknowingly tailed by suspicious staff from the first Casino, most notably, Brian Blessed. When she arrives at Monte Carlo, French gangsters clash with the English gangsters, both of whom are fighting over Aunt Clara's system. After much conflict they join forces, holding Jeannie at gunpoint so that Jeff and Clara will go with them after Clara's
12:00AM-1:00AM is the nineteenth episode of Season 6 of the drama series.
The episode starts off with a stranded Mike Doyle stealing a vehicle in order to pursue Jack who is now a wanted man. Knowing this, Jack drives under a telephone wire and, while using the electrical interference, removes his tracking device.
Palmer is still in a coma, and it is unclear if he would recover. Acting President Daniels is being accused by Tom of corrupt political maneuvering, and Daniels counters that the country needs stability. Tom argues that they are in alignment over some common goals, and they come to an agreement not to let scandal erupt over Daniels' earlier conspiracy to commit perjury. Meanwhile Bauer tells Cheng Zhi to go to a motel off Highway 305, as Zhi's men with guns move Audrey. Daniels is told by Karen Hayes that they have everyone looking for Bauer.
When Daniels is alone with his assistant Lisa Miller, he goes for a come-on, along with sexual moves, which result in him kissing Miller and saying "Call the media. Tell them the Acting president is a dirty old man". He then asks her to spend rest of the night with him. She replies "I'll go home and get a change of clothes".
"Big Daddy" is the twenty-fourth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on May 3, 1986.
Blanche's father Big Daddy Hollingsworth comes to Miami, announcing that he has sold the family plantation and is setting out to become a country singer. Meanwhile, Sophia places an apparent curse on a neighbor who refuses to remove his tree that fell onto the lanai during a storm.
Jackie Says Cheese is episode 410 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
Jackie's father tells her he will not give her anymore money if she does not break up with Kelso. She decides to stay with Kelso, and finds employment as a cheese maiden. Kitty gives Eric condom. Hyde asks Eric to hide his stash since Red has been spot-checking his room, so Eric puts it in his dresser drawer. One night, Red runs out of condoms, so he goes through Eric's dresser in search of the ones Kitty gave him earlier. Eric catches him and is terrified, thinking Red has found Hyde's stash.
Meanwhile, Fez is jealous of Thomas, the new foreign exchange student who becomes popular.
"Rosetta" is the 17th episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar and was directed by James Marshall. It originally aired on February 25, 2003.
Clark has a dream about flying to the cave and inserting the spaceship key into a slot on one of its walls. He wakes up in the middle of the road. After getting home, he tells Jonathan about the dream and he warns Clark against inserting the key. Later that day, Clark receives massive headaches which are apparently caused by the key; he concludes that the key was "calling out" to him, and inserts the key into the cave wall. The wall shocks him unconscious and leaves him with the ability to read the Krypton language.
At home, his telepathic firestarting powers get out of control and etches a Krypton symbol on the barn wall. After Chloe publishes a photo of the symbol, Clark is contacted by a professor named Dr. Swann (played by Christopher Reeve), who claims he can explain where the symbols are from. From Swann, Clark learns about Krypton, its demise, information about his biological parents and his alien name, Kal-El. With the new information, he manages to
"Showdown at Cremation Creek (Part II)" is the thirteenth episode in the second season of The Venture Bros. It is the season two finale.
The episode begins with a twelve second montage of "Showdown at Cremation Creek (Part I)," leading up to Phantom Limb's ultimatum to return Dr. Girlfriend/Dr. Fiancée to him or have the Cocoon and everyone inside destroyed. Pandemonium ensues as all of the guests at the wedding quickly depart to escape Phantom Limb's forces, while the Monarch and Dr. Girlfriend/Dr. Fiancée refuse to comply. Angered, Phantom Limb commands two of his operatives to intervene. They are Klaus Nomi and Iggy Pop, who had arrived at the wedding with David Bowie undercover in the previous episode.
David Bowie, in an attempt to defend The Monarch, fights Iggy and Klaus. The fight ends with him catching a sphere which explodes. He is evaporated, leaving only a packet of Gauloise Blue cigarettes. By this time Dr. Girlfriend has fainted and The Monarch cannot revive her, leading him to ask for Brock's help against Iggy and Klaus. Due to the Monarch's incompetence, (Crashing into Brock after being flung by Klaus's bowtie) Brock is subdued and Dr. Girlfriend is kidnapped.
"The Puppet Show" is the ninth episode of season 1 of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. The episode was written by story editors Rob Des Hotel & Dean Batali, and directed by Ellen S. Pressman. The Scooby Gang becomes involved in the school talent show through the mechanations of new Sunnydale High principal Mr. Snyder. When one of the students involved in the show turns up dead with her heart removed, the gang begins to suspect another talent show performer, Morgan, and his ventriloquist's dummy, Sid, which appears to have a life of its own.
The episode begins with a typical horror-movie shot from the POV of the villain, seeing a ballet dancer (Emily) as a demonic voice whispers "I will be flesh".
In try-outs for a talent show, Cordelia sings "Greatest Love of All" off key; Giles, wincing, stops her. Buffy, Xander and Willow join Giles, and tease him as he complains that the new Principal (whom he calls the Führer) put him in charge of the talent show, against his wishes, so he could have more contact with the students. As Snyder overhears the Scoobies making fun of Giles, he punishes them by forcing them to participate in the talent show. The next try-out is Morgan
"War Stories" is the tenth episode of the science fiction television series Firefly created by Joss Whedon.
Angered at Zoe's unshakable war connection to Mal, Wash demands a shot at a field assignment. Unfortunately, crime lord Niska chooses this moment to exact a brutal vengeance for Mal's failure to complete an earlier job.
On Serenity, as Simon reviews the data he collected on River from the 3-D neuro-scanner in "Ariel", Shepherd Book looks over his shoulder, musing about a "warrior-poet" named Xiang Yu. Book cites a Xiang Yu quote that suggests that the way to truly learn about someone is to torture them, and wonders if this was the purpose behind the brain surgery done on River. Simon disagrees, saying that Yu's work is "Sadistic crap legitimized by florid prose." Simon believes there was a specific goal the unknown surgeons were hoping to achieve. Elsewhere, crime lord Adelei Niska (last seen in "The Train Job") is having another betrayer tortured, also alluding to Xiang Yu. His new lieutenant, Victor, interrupts him to announce a nearby Firefly-class ship that might belong to Malcolm Reynolds, the man who abrogated a business arrangement with Niska. A delighted Niska orders
7:00AM-8:00AM is the Emmy-awarding winning first episode of the drama series 24's fifth season two-part season premiere that first aired on on January 15, 2006. 7:00AM-8:00AM is set eighteen months after the fourth season, beginning with a recap of that season's finale.
Shortly after 7:00 AM former President David Palmer, while composing his memoirs, is assassinated in his brother's penthouse suite; almost simultaneously, Michelle Dessler and Tony Almeida are attacked with a car bomb that leaves Michelle dead and Tony in critical condition with head trauma, leading the Counter Terrorist Unit to believe that the couple may have been connected to Palmer.
Chloe O'Brian awakes in the arms of a new co-worker from CTU, Spenser Wolff, a situation she immediately regrets and promptly flees. Chloe then learns of the other attacks, escapes an attempt on her life and contacts Jack Bauer(Known as Frank) about the situation. Derek Huxley, son of Diane Huxley, a single mother Jack befriended while in hiding is suspicious and follows him. Jack quickly catches him and they meet Chloe somewhere outside of Los Angeles together. After the three rendezvous they are intercepted by a team of
is the fourth episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Following Shinji Ikari's battle with Shamshel in the previous episode, he is accosted by Misato Katsuragi for directly disobeying her order to retreat. He continues to respond indifferently to her remarks, even when she tells him that he could die. A few days later, she opens the door to Shinji's room to find him gone. Discussing these events with Ritsuko Akagi, she finds herself at fault, and says that she won't take any action to retrieve Shinji.
Shinji makes his way to the outskirts of Tokyo-3. He runs into Kensuke Aida, who had been playing military, and Kensuke invites him to stay with him for the night in his tent. Over dinner, Kensuke expresses his desire to pilot an Evangelion; Shinji says that his mother would be worried, but Kensuke responds lightly, saying he doesn't have a mother. The following morning, NERV personnel take Shinji back to headquarters. Shinji, again facing Misato, does not seem placated by their time apart. Questioning his motives in piloting Unit 01, Shinji tells Misato that he pilots because he feels obligated to, but Misato, frustrated with his attitude and his mention of her as a
"Out of Gas" is the eighth episode of the science fiction television series Firefly created by Joss Whedon. It differs stylistically from the rest of the series, in that it tells its story alternately in three timeframes: events in the present, events in the near-past that led to the present, and events in the past that led to the formation of Serenity's core crew.
After Serenity suffers a catastrophe that leaves her crew with only hours of oxygen, flashbacks show how Mal and Zoe acquired Serenity and assembled their motley band.
The episode opens with Serenity dead in space; her interiors in disarray and completely devoid of occupancy. The one exception is Captain Malcolm Reynolds, who falls to the floor of the cargo bay, bleeding from a stomach wound. The episode then launches into its varied flashbacks; though the events are presented in this synopsis in strict chronological order, (one era per paragraph), readers should be aware that the episode's narrative moves back and forth between all three eras.
The first era visited is the gradual assembly of the crew: Mal welcomes Zoe Alleyn aboard his new purchase, a Firefly-class transport, and quotes the words of the man who sold it
"Black Jack" is the thirteenth episode of season one of the CBS drama Jericho. It first aired on February 28, 2007. The episode's title is a reference to the first battle fought in the "Bleeding Kansas" episode of the American Civil War.
People are starting to die from hypothermia, and the gas supply to run the generator is going to run out very soon. Converting to wind power becomes the town's only chance to get through the winter.
There is a designer in Jericho who can design windmills, but without certain parts, ones that cannot be built in Jericho, such as a regulating governor, they can't hope to get the windmills working. After Mayor Anderson asks for volunteers, the room looks to Jake. Jake agrees to the mission, but refuses to pull men off Jericho border patrol just to watch his back.
Heather volunteers to go in place of the town engineer as someone who knows how to recognize a good regulating governor and has no immediate family to worry about. Jake initially protests, insisting he can recognize a governor also. Heather calls him on his bluff and insists he needs her. Johnston also volunteers, saying that he just has to know what it's really like out there. After doing
"Charlotte's Web of Lies" is the thirty-first episode of the animated television series Drawn Together. It is a parody of E.B. White's novel, Charlotte's Web, and the film Fatal Attraction.
One night, Spanky Ham, Captain Hero, and Wooldor go out drinking and driving, and hit a homeless man in their intoxicated state. Spanky runs into the woods (so he won't go to rehab again) and finds a spider named Charlotte (played by Rebecca Romijn). They have a one night stand, and the relationship quickly turns into a "fatal attraction". He wakes up in the morning to find himself with no shirt on in a giant web. He becomes scared and leaves Charlotte. When he leaves her, she stalks him, webbing messages of love and hate all over the Drawn Together House. He comes home with a woman one night to realize that she had left various messages. His girlfriend leaves him when she finds these messages ("I thought you [Spanky] were different!"). Spanky gets her back after calling an exterminator (who turns out to be Boba Fett), but Charlotte kills him. Finally, Spanky caves and brings Charlotte to a crowded fancy restaurant. There, she shows Spanky that she had given birth to many eggs (all of whom
"Rush" is the 14th episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Todd Slavkin and Darren Swimmer and was directed by Rick Rosenthal. It originally aired on February 4, 2003.
At an unexpected rave at the caves, a nerdy student from school dies after a fall. It turns out that the cracks on the cave walls inject bugs into the necks of those who get close enough. The bugs cause the infected persons to engage in extremely risky (and life-threatening) behavior. Eventually, Pete and Chloe are infected and gets Clark to join their side by slipping him red kryptonite, leading him to make out with Chloe and hurt Lana in the process. Meanwhile, Lex hires Dr. Walden to try to translate the language found in the cave paintings.
"The Ex-Girlfriend" is the first episode of the sitcom Seinfeld's second season on NBC, and is the show's sixth episode overall. The episode first broadcast in the United States on January 23, 1991, after being postponed for one week due to the start of the First Gulf War. During the course of the show, George Costanza (Jason Alexander) breaks up with his girlfriend Marlene (Tracy Kolis). Later, he remembers that he left some books in her apartment and persuades his friend Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld), the show's protagonist, to retrieve them. Jerry starts dating Marlene, but once she begins to annoy him as much as she did George, he finds himself unable to break up with her because she has a "psycho-sexual" hold on him.
Co-written by the series' co-creators Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, the episode was inspired by one of Larry David's personal experiences. Directed by Tom Cherones, "The Ex-Girlfriend" was the first episode of the show filmed at CBS Studio Center in Los Angeles, California, the previous season having been filmed at Desilu Cahuenga in Hollywood. The episode featured one new set, a chiropractor's office; the remaining had been used on the show earlier. The episode
"Exodus" is the 23rd episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough & Miles Millar and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on May 20, 2003.
A sense of foreboding surrounds Smallville as Clark must choose between staying with Lana and his family or fulfilling his destiny to rule the Earth. Meanwhile, Lex and Helen plan their upcoming wedding, but outside forces may ultimately keep them apart. Also, a hurt Chloe considers Lionel's offer to investigate Clark.
"Job Hunting" is the twenty-second episode of the sitcom The Golden Girls to be aired, but was the second to be produced. In syndication, this episode airs after the first episode The Engagement.
The grief center has closed due to lack of funding and Rose is forced to pound the pavement for a new job. After dozens ofjob interviews and not getting a job out of every one of them, Rose thinks that she's "old and useless." With a little help from Dorothy, she is able to find the problem on her resume (she listed cheesemaking as a hobby) and "stretches the truth" on her resume for hospital administrator. At the end of the episode, things become sweet when Rose finds work as a waitress at a local coffee shop. Meanwhile, Blanche tries to lose some extra pounds and Dorothy is asked out by an old high school crush.
"Queasy Rider" is the 138th episode in the Fox animated television series King of the Hill. The episode's title is a spoof of the film Easy Rider. This episode is rated TV-PG.
Boomhauer lets it slip that he went to the Houston Texans training camp. Hank initially lambastes him for betraying the Dallas Cowboys, but the gang eventually decides to support both teams since they're in different conferences and would only play each other in a dream all-Texas Super Bowl. Hank decides to go to the Texans game on Saturday with his friends, but Peggy has already made plans to eat in the kitchen at a romantic restaurant with Hank the same day as the game. This leads to some conflict between them.
Hank agrees to go to a marriage counselor named Dr. Tim Rast (Jamie Kennedy), because Dale tells him that the doctor will tell Hank he is always right. However, Rast doesn't agree with Hank and after a long argument, they tell him about their plan to buy "his and hers" motorcycles after their retirements and go off to see America (excluding California). Rast tells them to buy the one motorcycle they have the money for, to teach them how to work together.
At first, the trip is going well. They meet a
"Traitor" is the 29th episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 23 April 1968 (1968-04-23) on ATV Midlands, was written by Tony Barwick and directed by Alan Perry. In this episode, following a series of Spectrum hovercraft crashes in the Australian outback, the Mysterons announce that there is a traitor in the organisation.
The Mysterons announce that there is a traitor in Spectrum. In light of a number of unexplained Spectrum Hovercraft crashes in the Australian Outback, Captains Scarlet and Blue are dispatched by Colonel White to investigate Koala Base, where White believes that the vehicles are being sabotaged by a double agent. Scarlet and Blue arrive ostensibly to deliver a series of lectures to the cadets. One cadet, Machin, is suspected by his patrol partner, Johnson, and the commander, Major Stone, to be the double agent, but Machin questions Scarlet's loyalty to Spectrum after Blue describes how the officer was under the control of the Mysterons when the Martians in the attempted assassination of the World President. A fire in Scarlet and Blue's room, apparently deliberate, seems to leave
"Transplant" is the fourth episode of The Golden Girls.
Blanche is busy making the house appear perfect for the arrival of her sister, Virginia. Surprisingly, though, she claims to hate her, and only wants to make the house look good to impress her. Rose doesn't believe that someone could hate their own sister, but Blanche reveals that Virginia has always loved getting Blanche in trouble so she would look better in her father's eyes. As children, Virginia even electrocuted Blanche with a Christmas tree star! But as Blanche wishes she could have hired Nancy Reagan's interior decorator, Dorothy comes in carrying a baby! The baby is the son of the girls' neighbors, and they have been asked to be his baby-sitter. Blanche panics, claiming that all babies do is make a mess-but Virginia comes to the door and ends her fear. As the two chat, they seem to be getting along fine-but Blanche thinks that Virginia is only being nice because she wants something. As Rose and Dorothy engage in various baby-themed hijinks, Virginia takes Blanche out for dinner and reveals why she came to Miami-she is dying, and needs Blanche's kidney to live. Blanche is distraught, and doesn't know what to do.
Vortex is the first episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on September 24, 2002.
After Clark rescues Lana from the giant tornado, he discovers the storm's wrath has unleashed the spaceship into the fields and buried his father alive along with the unscrupulous reporter who has discovered Clark's secret. Meanwhile, Lex is wracked with guilt over his father.
1:00PM-2:00PM is the eighth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24. It aired on February 12, 2007 as a two hour event.
Distraught over the kidnapping of Morris O'Brian, Chloe O'Brian is unable to perform her duties at CTU. Bill Buchanan asks Milo Pressman to take over for Chloe, Milo helps Jack Bauer track down Darren McCarthy, Rita, and the captive Morris. In order to lose Jack, Darren parks the getaway vehicle underneath a highway interchange and breaks into another vehicle. While McCarthy steps out to look for the second vehicle, Morris tells Rita about the $7 million payoff for their delivery to Abu Fayed and the nuclear bombs Fayed has. Motivated by greed, Rita waits for McCarthy to enter Fayed's address into his portable GPS, then kills McCarthy, dumping his body out onto the roadway. Rita delivers Morris to Fayed, where Morris is tortured until he relents and gives up the codes to activate the remaining nuclear bombs that Fayed has in his possession. When they become aware that CTU has found their hideout, by triggering the apartment building's fire alarm system, Rita wants to leave but is shot dead by Fayed. Jack and a CTU tactical team break into Fayed's apartment,
"Affinity" is an episode from Season 8 of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1.
Teal'c learns about human culture by full immersion, renting an apartment outside of the SGC and interacting with normal members of human society, but his desire to see justice often leads to situations that attract unpleasant amounts of attention; Teal'c inserting himself into situations most normal people would ignore out of feelings of self-preservation. Eventually, this leads to charges of kidnapping and murder.
It turns out at the end of the episode, that the NID is involved with accusing Teal'c. Teal'c's new "girlfriend" kills her previous, abusive boyfriend out of self-defense. Then Teal'c and she run away together (Teal'c of course knows nothing about the boyfriend's death). Later, Teal'c is captured by the cops who accuse him of killing the man and kidnapping his girlfriend.
The NID then proceeds to blackmail Daniel Jackson into translating some ancient text in order to save Teal'c and the girl whom they took, just before Teal'c was arrested. In the end, Jackson agrees and the NID disappear just as Carter comes with a SWAT team to rescue Daniel.
At the same time, Carter
"Croatoan" is episode nine of the second season of the television series Supernatural. This episode deals with supernatural plagues.
Sam has a vision of Dean shooting a defenseless man, and they go to the town of Rivergrove, Oregon where they find the townspeople have been possessed by a virus that makes them violent.
This article is about Hour 20 on Day 5 of the Fox Network TV series 24.
Bill Buchanan tells Karen Hayes that Jack Bauer is at the airport. The TAC team arrives at Buchanan's house. They demand to see Chloe O'Brian, but she has escaped. She arrives at a hotel and reports to Hayes. Chloe calls Jack about the air marshal that is on the plane, as well as a German passenger who has a connection to Henderson, and tells Jack their seat numbers. Jack knocks the air marshal unconscious, impersonates him, and then forces the German passenger to accompany him into the baggage compartment.
Graem calls President Logan and asks him if Jack has been found yet. Martha Logan wants Mike Novick to get her medications. He then talks to the President and demands to know what has been going on. The President tells him that it is none of his business, but he then lies and tells Mike that there's trouble with his marriage.
Meanwhile, the pilot turns on the seat belt sign and the flight attendants make sure everyone is in their seat for massive turbulence. They discover a passenger is neither in his seat nor in the bathroom, and then the air marshal falls out of his seat. The flight attendant wakes
"Faking It" is the 74 episode of the drama television series NCIS.
The episode begins with a Russian-speaking man driving and talking on his mobile phone who is stopped by the police. When they see a colt in his car, they arrest him. Shortly afterwards a car crashes into the police man's car. The driver is dead and has written "NCIS" with his blood before dying.
This calls NCIS on the scene who set out to investigate. They find the body and think it to be an easy case. While Ziva tries to interrogate the suspect, Abby shows Gibbs what she found out, about the dead Marines call to 911 and the name of the suspect, who is also wanted by Homeland Security. Ducky meanwhile explains that the bullet fired is not in the body nor there is an exit wound. Without a bullet, NCIS can't match it to the gun.
DiNozzo matches the suspect to a case in 1991, called "Operation Sunburst", whose files were taken by the CIA. He also finds out that the agent working on the case back then was Mike Franks, Gibbs' former teamleader. Gibbs calls him in Mexico to enquire about the operation. Mike tells him that there was another Russian involved back then. Ducky, at the same time with help from Abby, gets an
The Gauntlet is Thrown, known in Japan as The Trap of Illusionist No Face (Japanese: ￥ﾹﾻ￦ﾃﾳ￥ﾸﾫ￣ﾃﾎ￣ﾃﾼ￣ﾃﾻ￣ﾃﾕ￣ﾂﾧ￣ﾂﾤ￣ﾂﾹ￣ﾁﾮﾽﾠ Gensￅﾍshi Nￅﾍ Feisu no Wana) is episode two of the second ''Yu-Gi-Oh!'' anime series (titled Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters in East Asia. The episode was first broadcast in Japan on April 25, 2000 and in USA on October 6, 2001.
Joey Wheeler asks Solomon Muto to train him in Duel Monsters, and he accepts the request. Later in the month or so, Yugi and his friends are watching the Japanese national Duel Monsters championships. The televised match happens to involve Rex Raptor versus Weevil Underwood. Weevil wins with a Basic Insect/Armor with Firepower combo.
After the duel, Yugi receives a package from Industrial Illusions. A video tape was in the package. Once Yugi places the in the video tape into the VCR, a man named Maximillion Pegasus appears on the screen. Pegasus freezes everyone except Yugi with his Millennium Eye and challenges Yugi to duel. Yami Yugi appears and the duel commences. Pegasus "predicts" Yugi's first card, the Koumouri Dragon with his Millennium Eye. Yugi soon realizes that Pegasus' Millennium Eye can see what cards are in his hand. Yugi then
"33" is the first episode of the reimagined military science fiction television program Battlestar Galactica, immediately following the events of the 2003 miniseries. "33" follows Galactica and her civilian fleet as they are forced to contend with constant Cylon pursuit for days without sleep; they are forced to ultimately destroy one of their own ships to foil the Cylons and earn their first respite of the series.
The episode was written by series creator Ronald D. Moore, and the television directoral debut of Michael Rymer. Moore and executive producer David Eick made the decision to slot this episode as the first of the season because of its potential impact on the audience. "33" distinguished the themes of the new Battlestar Galactica series by following characters on the spaceships, on the planets that were fled, and in the minds of other characters. Attention to detail was prevalent in this first episode; the production team, the editing team, and even the actors themselves strove for authenticity of specific portrayals and moments.
Though there were compromises made due to concerns of the episode being too dark for audiences, the episode was lauded by both cast and crew in
"Absolute Power" is an episode from Season 4 of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1.
SG-1 arrives on Abydos after Kasuf has asked for their help in investigating a strange incident; a wind blew out of an active Stargate with a mysterious voice calling Sha're's name. Kasuf leads them to the place where the voice was heard. Major Carter's instruments report a buildup of static electricity as Daniel hears a voice call his name. A wind swirls into a tornado. Doctor Jackson identifies himself and the vortex dissipates, leaving a young boy who says he is Shifu, the Harcesis. Being a harcesis, Shifu has the genetic memory of all previous Goa'uld that came before his parents, Apophis and Amonet. He says that Oma Desala, on Kheb, taught him how to suppress this knowledge. The boy is unnaturally old considering he was last seen as a newborn only a year ago (see ￢ﾀﾜMaternal Instinct￢ﾀﾝ). SG-1 takes Shifu to SGC where Dr. Fraiser discovers traces of nanites (the same as those from the episode ￢ﾀﾜBrief Candle￢ﾀﾝ) in his system, which explain his accelerated growth, but they are inactive. Since the treaty between the Tau'ri and the Tok'ra states that they must share all
Drone is the 18th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Michael Green and Philip Levens and was directed by Michael Katleman. It originally aired on April 30, 2002.
Running on a platform of truth, just and... other stuff, Clark vies for class president. But a beekeeping rival contender vows Clark and the other aspirants will feel the sting of her candidacy.
"Hate Floats" is the second episode in the second season of The Venture Bros.
The uncostumed #21 (also known as Gary) is sitting at his computer when the phone rings. Answering it with "Atomic Comic Collection Connection", he finds that it is #24 calling. Before the two get a chance to talk, The Monarch calls, and 21 puts him on three-way. The Monarch, who is sitting in the sideways-standing charred remains of the Cocoon, instructs the two to gather the others and meet at the cocoon. The henchmen reply that everyone else has joined Monstroso and that they are the last two remaining henchmen. In a heated speech, the Monarch demands that the cocoon be fully operational and fully manned by the time he finishes with his shower. While the episode's soundtrack swells with "Mars, the Bringer of War" by Gustav Holst (with #21 and #24 "singing" along with the song), 21 dons his old Monarch henching uniform while 24 arrives to pick him up. Their dramatic moment is spoiled by the family dog jumping into the car as well.
At the Venture compound, the clones of Dean and Hank are awoken for the first time, and are told that it's their sixteenth birthday despite the date inconsistency on their
The Bitter Suite is the twelfth episode of the third season of the TV series Xena: Warrior Princess. This episode is noted for being a rare musical episode of the series, combining both humor and drama. "The Bitter Suite" was nominated for two Emmy Awards. Regular series composer Joseph LoDuca was nominated for Outstanding Music and Lyrics for the song "The Love of Your Love" and LoDuca and lyricist Dennis Spiegel were nominated in the same category for the song "Hearts Are Hurting". It was LoDuca's second and third nominations for the series out of a total of seven nominations, and one award, through the six-year run of the series.
In the episode Xena and Gabrielle are brought to the Land of Illusia, where they have to work together again, letting their past problems go, in order to escape alive. Xena and Gabrielle's enemy Callisto (Hudson Leick) is their guide and is aided by Ares and Joxer. Throughout the episode Xena and Gabrielle deal with the problems that had recently torn them apart and learn to focus on the stronger bond that brought them together in the first place.
After Gabrielle's daughter Hope kills Xena's son Solan, a rift grows between them, with Xena blaming
Visitor is the 18th episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Philip Levens and was directed by Rick Rosenthal. It originally aired on April 15, 2003.
A classmate at school, Cyrus, displays abilities similar to Clark's in shop class. He finds out that Cyrus thinks he is an alien who arrived in a way similar to Clark's as well, leading him to believe that Dr. Swann was wrong when he told Clark he is the only one on Earth from Krypton. Cyrus shows Clark the transmission tower he is building to contact his alien parents as Clark starts to doubt Cyrus's claims as he receives more evidence that fail to fit in with his alleged alien roots.
"Break-In" is the eighth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on November 9, 1985.
The girls go to a Madonna concert one evening. As they comment on her onstage antics ("Slut would be a better name for her"), Dorothy opens the door to the house to find it completely ransacked! They cling to each other, and discover that the robbers got in through a faulty screen door. Dorothy does her best Clint Eastwood impression to see if the thieves are still lurking about. When they are revealed to be gone, the girls split up to check on their possessions. Rose is left alone, and reveals a somewhat paranoid nature as she tries to calm herself. The girls reunite to reveal what is missing. Dorothy's mink stole was taken, and Sophia claims that the robbers took her clothes (she hid them because she hated them). Blanche, meanwhile, is livid at the fact that her jewelry has gone missing, and begins to plot a wild revenge for the crooks. Rose is still terrified, and begins to go to extreme measures to protect herself. She purchases a "vicious" attack dog (Sophia tames it), contacts a crooked security system salesman, and sits up all night to watch for the crooks' return. Eventually, her
The Family Plumbing is the fourteenth episode from the first season of the American sitcom The Nanny. It first aired on CBS February 19, 1994.
The Sheffields have a water problem and urgently need a plumber. Meanwhile, Maggie is upset because Maxwell won't let her go to a party, which happens to involve her friends making out with each other. Fran calls her elderly, senile cousin Irving to fix the plumbing, and he brings his granddaughter Tiffany with him. When Fran catches Brighton and Tiffany kissing, Maxwell doesn't do anything about it. Fran accuses Maxwell of having a double standard for boys and girls as he still won't let Maggie go to her party. Fran accidentally runs into Maxwell taking a shower and he is so embarrassed that he relents and lets Maggie go to the party. The plumbing does get fixed, but Brighton is dumped by Tiffany when she leaves. However, he did get his first kiss!
"What is... Cliff Clavin?" is an eighth season episode of the American television series Cheers. It originally aired on January 18, 1990. It was also directed by Andy Ackerman rather than James Burrows, who directed 243 out of 273 episodes of the show. In this episode, Cliff Clavin (John Ratzenberger) appears on the game show Jeopardy!, with a special guest appearance of the game show host Alex Trebek as himself. During the game, Cliff wins all and loses all, which inspired critical attention from critics and references on Cliff's appearance in Jeopardy! and on Trebek's appearance in Cheers.
This section explains overview of Jeopardy!, intended for those not familiar with the game show. However, this episode focuses solely on Cliff Clavin's (John Ratzenberger) participation in Jeopardy! and the aftermath of his experience.
In Jeopardy!, three contestants compete each other with trivial clues in three rounds. The host reads the "answer" to contestants by phrasing "The answer (is...)", and a contestant responds by "asking the question" to an "answer". If correct, the chosen wager is added to the score; otherwise, the wager subtracts the score, leaving a contestant with whatever
"Rose the Prude" is the third episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on September 28, 1985.
Rose reluctantly goes on a blind double date with Blanche. Rose's date Arnie turns into a serious relationship and is invited onto a cruise where he and Rose have to share a room, something Rose isn't sure she's prepared for. Also, Dorothy and Sophia play in a gin rummy marathon.
is the sixth episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
The Angel Ramiel is boring down through the upper layers of Tokyo-3 to reach NERV headquarters in the GeoFront below. Possessing a strong beam attack and the strongest AT field ever observed, a direct assault by an Evangelion would meet with failure. A plan is devised in which Unit 01 will use an advanced prototype positron rifle, which will use the entire electrical output of Japan in order to operate, while Unit 00 protects Unit 01 using a heat shield obtained from a decommissioned SSTO spacecraft; however, it only holds against Ramiel's energy beam for 17 seconds.
At night, as the Angel is about to finish drilling into the GeoFront, Shinji Ikari and Rei Ayanami are deployed in what is code-named "Operation Yashima". The entire country's electrical power is diverted to Unit 01's positron rifle, which snipes a shot at Ramiel. Ramiel fires its own energy blast at the Evas; the two beams pass very close to each other, warping each other and causing both to miss. As Shinji reloads the positron rifle, the Angel fires a full blast which Unit 00 tries to block with its shield. Just as Unit 00's shield melts
Something Fishy is the 12th episode of the TV series The Honeymooners. The Raccoon Lodge is holding its annual fishing trip and the members of the lodge will have nothing to do with taking their wives... but Alice and Trixie will have nothing to do with being left behind.
Another meeting at the Raccoon Lodge is in progress and this time, after they talk about adding new applicants, the lodge moves onto the topic of the Lodge's annual fishing trip next week. The president explains that there has been a consensus to leave the members' wives at home, but first they take a vote. Sure enough, the members vote unanimously not to take the wives on the trip. Then Ralph announces that they should tell their wives about the trip so they can prove their independence. Everyone loves the idea and the president proposes a poker game as a declaration of their independence. Ralph tells Norton that he can't come because Alice wants him home by 10:30.
The day before the fishing trip, Ralph tells Alice that says she's not going on the trip, but she says she is. (To quote Ralph: "The only place you're goin' is to the moon!") Ralph says they voted unanimously that the wives aren't going. Alice counters
A Woman's Work Is Never Done is the 4th episode of the TV series The Honeymooners. Fed up with hearing Ralph complain about the housework not getting done, Alice hires Thelma, the maid.
Ralph comes home from another hard days work at the Gotham bus company. He's all set to go bowling tonight (he's a member of the Hurry-Canes!, as he pronounces it), but he finds that his bowling shirt isn't clean. He starts reprimanding Alice about this and other things that aren't getting done around the house. Alice, in her usual steely smooth style, tells Ralph that they have no choice but to get a maid. Alice will go to work and pay for the maid. Begrudgingly, Ralph accepts. They go to the Stellar Employment Agency to hire domestic help. Ralph implores Alice to make sure she acts important, like a big shot, like hiring a maid to them is second nature. When Mr. Wilson (the employee of the agency) comes out, he mistakes THEM for domestic help (!), and once realizing the error, gives them the services of Thelma. He also slightly cautions them that contemporary maids are independent and not very committed to authority. Ralph doesn't worry as he plans on treating Thelma like he does with Alice when
"Home" is a two-part episode of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series. Part 1 aired originally on the Sci Fi Channel on August 19, 2005, and Part 2 aired on August 26, 2005.
In the episode, Starbuck returns to the human fleet bearing the Arrow of Apollo. President Laura Roslin leads a team to the surface of Kobol to find the Tomb of Athena and a map to Earth. Commander William Adama overcomes his anger at Roslin and her allies and joins them on Kobol, where the Tomb provides a clue to Earth's location. The fleet is reunited.
According to executive producer David Eick, who wrote Part 1 and co-wrote Part 2 with executive producer Ronald D. Moore, "Home" is more about character development and relationships than about story. The episode received favorable critical review.
In the previous episode, "The Farm", Adama returned to command following an assassination attempt by the Galactica copy of Boomer (Galactica-Boomer). Roslin led almost a third of the fleet back to Kobol to search for a way to Earth. Starbuck left Caprica with Helo and the Cylon known until then as the Caprica copy of Boomer (Sharon).
Roslin struggles to persuade the Quorum of Twelve of Apollo's
Hug is the 11th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Doris Egan and was directed by Chris Long. It originally aired on February 5, 2001.
Bob Rickman (Rick Peters), a manipulative, wheeler-dealer entrepreneur, has the kryptonite based ability to to bend others to his will. He convinces Jonathan to sell the farm. Then Kyle Tippet (Gregory Sporleder), a man who lives alone in the woods, helps as he also has the same power to convince anyone of anything.
"Humbug" is the twentieth episode of the second season of American science fiction television series The X-Files. It was written by Darin Morgan and directed by Kim Manners. Morgan had previously appeared in a guest role as the Flukeman in an earlier episode of that season called "The Host". "Humbug" aired in the United States on March 31, 1995 on the Fox network. The episode is a "Monster-of-the-Week" story, unconnected to the series' wider mythology. "Humbug" earned a Nielsen household rating of 10.3, being watched by 9.8 million households in its initial broadcast. The episode received generally positive reviews and critics appreciated Morgan's unique writing style.
The show centers on FBI special agents Fox Mulder (David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson) who work on cases linked to the paranormal, called X-Files. In the episode, Mulder and Scully investigate a series of murders in a community of former circus sideshow performers. Mulder believes the murderer to be the mysterious "Fiji mermaid", which Scully argues is only a hoax—a mere humbug.
"Humbug" was the first explicitly comedic episode in the series and Morgan later wrote three more scripts for the series that
"Sibling Bonds" is an episode of the Disney Channel TV Series Lizzie McGuire.
The episode begins with Matt performing magic tricks which annoys Lizzie who is doing homework. The two end up arguing.
The next day Lizzie tells this to Miranda and they bump into Ethan Craft and as usual Lizzie is speechless infront of him. They then enter class where Mr. Hudensky tells his students that there will be a charity drive where a mini-golf tournament is taking place. Gordo instantly wants to be the commentator for it. Lizzie isn't too interested until Ethan decides he wants to play in the tournament and she bursts out that she will bake cookies leaving her no choice but to attend and make her promise.
When Lizzie arrives home, Matt begins to annoy Lizzie with his magic tricks once again. He handcuffs himself to Lizzie and he accidentally loses the key. Jo finds it and keeps it and decides to not tell them in order to teach them a lesson of getting along with each other.
Lizzie has no choice but to go to the charity drive handcuffed to her brother and Sam promises to "find" the key and deliver it to them later. Due to the handcuffs, Lizzie ends up in non-stop embarrassment trying to
The First Time is an episode from That 70s Show.
As Midge and Bob prepare to renew their wedding vows, Kelso worries how the event will affect Jackie, but it's Donna and Eric who are affected most by the ceremony and they have sex.
Bob and Midge are renewing their wedding vows and are going to stop dating other people since "I Love Cake." This is a huge relief for Donna who has been upset about her parents possibly divorcing for the past year. They ask her to write their vows, but suggest many impersonal ideas such as "spending the day with you is nice" and "you're as thin as you were when we married." Donna is upset that they really don't take their relationship seriously and Eric tells her that they do, they just don't know how to express it. He tells her to write the vows that she would write and it'll be great, so she gives him a little kiss. At the ceremony while Bob and Midge are reading Donna's vows she and Eric are staring each other and she mouths "I will always love you" to him. After the ceremony she rushes with Eric home and starts making out with him. Eric stops her telling her he doesn't want this to be another time where they start kissing and then she just
"The Statue" is the sixth episode of the second season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and the show's 11th episode overall. In the episode, protagonist Jerry Seinfeld (Jerry Seinfeld) inherits some old possessions of his grandfather. One of these is a statue, resembling one that his friend George Costanza (Jason Alexander) broke when he was ten years old. When Jerry sees the statue in the house of Ray (Michael D. Conway), the man who cleaned his apartment, he believes Ray stole the statue. Jerry struggles to get back at Ray, as his friend Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) is editing a book written by Ray's girlfriend.
The episode was written by Larry Charles and directed by Tom Cherones. The character of Jerry's neighbor Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) is developed in this episode, as he goes undercover as a cop to retrieve the statue. Charles was interested in the development of Kramer, as he felt George and Jerry had their counterparts in co-creators Larry David and Seinfeld. Richards enjoyed how his character acted in the episode and encouraged Charles to continue exploiting the Kramer character. "The Statue" first aired on NBC on April 11, 1991 in the United States and was watched
"The Train Job" is the second episode of the American science-fiction western television series Firefly created by Joss Whedon, although it was the first to be shown. (The pilot, "Serenity," was not shown until nine other episodes had been aired.) According to the DVD commentary, Whedon and Tim Minear had only two days to write the script.
The crew of Serenity take on a hovertrain heist commissioned by a sinister crime lord. The cargo they are after, however, is worth more than they know.
Captain Malcolm "Mal" Reynolds, his first mate, Zoe, and fellow crewman Jayne Cobb are in a bar. When Lund, one of the other bar patrons gives a loud drunken toast celebrating the anniversary of Unification Day, former Browncoat rebel Mal picks a fight. Zoe, who fought with Mal in the war, immediately steps up to help him. Tough-guy Jayne holds back at first ("Hey, I didn't fight in no war. Best of luck, though."), but eventually joins the fight just for the fun of it. As the entire bar attacks them, Mal radios his pilot, Wash, who also happens to be Zoe's husband, and shortly Serenity dramatically backs up the hapless crew.
Mal runs into one of the passengers in the ship's infirmary, Dr. Simon
"The Way We Met" is the twenty-fifth episode and first season finale of The Golden Girls. It originally aired on May 10, 1986.
After watching Psycho, Dorothy, Rose and Blanche all come into the kitchen, spooked. As they break into the cheesecake, Rose says that she is grateful that they do not have to be alone and scared. This prompts a series of flashbacks to the way the girls met. Blanche recalls how she first met Rose in the supermarket while putting up an ad for a room for rent. Rose had been evicted from her apartment because her landlord did not allow pets, and Rose could not resist taking care of a stray cat. Blanche found Rose's goody-two-shoes attitude annoying, and pretended that the room is taken-but she changed her mind when Rose gave her beloved cat away to a little boy who had lost his recently. A few weeks later, Dorothy arrived at the house on an interview, with Sophia tagging along. Blanche was eager to get a "normal" person for her room (the other was a psychic woman who kept making strange predictions). When Blanche's new friends moved in, they instantly started to rub each other the wrong way-Dorothy and Rose fought over a room, while Rose broke a piece of
"Exile" is the first episode of the third season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on October 1, 2003.
Under the influence of red kryptonite and living in Metropolis, Clark gets involved with a crime lord named Morgan Edge who hires him to break into LuthorCorp. Meanwhile, desperate to put his family back together, Jonathan takes drastic measures to bring Clark home. At the mansion, Lionel accuses Helen of killing Lex.
"Hunted" is episode ten of the second season of the television series Supernatural.
The episode starts in a psychiatry room. A man is talking about how he is having migraines progressing into nightmares. He also describes he has electrical powers, which were accidentally used to kill a cat. The psychiatrist doesn't believe him. The man elaborates on the nightmares he has, pertaining to the yellow-eyed man, who tries to persuade him to kill others. He refuses to. The next scene sees him walking down a slope to get to his car. Seeing a knife's reflection in the window, he turns around. He is stabbed, and the scene cuts to the title card.
This episode picks up directly from the prior episode where Dean finally revealed to Sam what John told him right before he died: "He said that I had to save you. That nothing else mattered. And if I couldn't, I have to kill you, Sammy."
Sam becomes angry and demands that they hunt for more clues to the meaning behind the paternal warning. When Dean argues that they should lay low for safety, Sam steals a car in the middle of the night and sneaks off in search of the truth.
The truth seems to lead Sam to 5637 Monroe Street, a rundown house
is the third episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Now established in his training regimen at NERV, Shinji Ikari also contends with his school life. Shinji has not yet formed any friendships at his school, so he sits silently while his classmates converse around him. Rei Ayanami, likewise, sits alone, staring away from other people. In the same class, Toji Suzahara returns after an absence, revealing to his friend Kensuke Aida that he had been watching over his sister, who had been injured in the "robot incident." Although rumors circulate concerning Shinji, no one approaches him. When a classmate finally asks Shinji, during a lecture, whether or not he is the pilot of the robot that had appeared in the city, he confirms their suspicions, initiating an uproar. Kensuke, a military otaku, listens carefully as Shinji's classmates pester him with questions concerning the Evangelion. After class, Toji punches Shinji as revenge for his sister's injury. Kensuke looks on, and Shinji does not fight back, merely saying that he "had no choice." This angers Toji, and after punching Shinji again he leaves. Shinji, lying on the ground, is approached by Rei. She tells him that
This article is about Hour 21 on Day 5 of the Fox Network TV series 24.
Curtis Manning informs Audrey Raines that her father (Secretary of Defense James Heller) survived driving his car off a cliff and into a lake.
Against the advice of Mike Novick, President Logan orders the plane be shot down and Karen Hayes relays the information to Jack Bauer. Jack, on board the diplomatic plane now over the desert, orders the co-pilot to land on a freeway, #118 between mile markers 91 and 92.
As the plane descends and begins landing procedures, Logan is advised to abort the mission as the plane is no longer a threat to a target on the ground. He reluctantly agrees and allows the plane to land, annoying Graem. However, Logan orders two Marine battalions to the area around the landing site to apprehend Jack. Curtis and the TAC team rescue Jack, but are stopped by Marines who attempt to stop the TAC team. Curtis smooth-talks his way through the barrier, convincing the Marine sergeant, whose uniform reads 'Sgt B Clemens,' that he and the other person in the car (who is really Bauer) need to apprehend Bauer and don't have any time to waste, and they continue out.
Miles Papazian tells Karen
"Phoenix" is the second episode of the third season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Kelly Souders and Brian Peterson and was directed by James Marshall. It originally aired on October 8, 2003.
After Jor-El grants Jonathan temporary superpowers, he and Clark engage in a destructive battle atop the LuthorCorp building. Meanwhile, Lex returns home and must determine whether it was Lionel or Helen who arranged his plane crash.
Hope and Faith attend their Aunt Dodi's funeral whom they believe stole their mother's heirloom ring. All hell breaks loose when they see her wearing it. Meanwhile, Hayley catches the middle child blues.
The episode was first aired on October 3, 2003.
"The Seinfeld Chronicles" (also known as "Good News, Bad News" for syndication or even "Pilot") is the pilot episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. The pilot, the first of the 180 Seinfeld episodes, was written by show creators Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld (the latter starring as a fictionalized version of himself), and was directed by Art Wolff. During the episode, Jerry frets over the romantic intentions of a woman who requests to stay with him while she’s in town on business. It originally aired on July 5, 1989, and was re-broadcast June 28, 1990, after the show had been picked up as a series.
When first broadcast, the pilot was watched by nearly 11% of American households. These ratings were high enough to secure the show's first season, which consisted of five episodes, including the pilot. Seinfeld later went on to become one of the most successful sitcoms in television history.
The pilot episode features several differences from the rest of the series. The character of series regular Cosmo Kramer (played by Michael Richards) is named "Kessler," although this inconsistency is later addressed in the season 9 episode "The Betrayal". Another regular character, Elaine Benes, does
"Crater 101" is the 17th episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 26 January 1968 (1968-01-26) on ATV Midlands, was written by Tony Barwick and directed by Ken Turner.
After the events of "Lunarville 7", in this episode Captains Scarlet and Blue and Lieutenant Green return to the Moon to destroy the Mysteron complex in Crater 101.
It is planned that the Mysteron complex in Crater 101, on the far side of the Moon, will be destroyed with an atomic device. However, so that the Mysterons will not be able to reconstruct their complex, its power source will first have to be located and removed. Captains Scarlet and Blue and Lieutenant Green volunteer for the mission and, returning to the Moon, launch their operation from Lunarville 6. Travelling to Crater 101 in a Moonmobile, and transferring to a smaller Lunar Tractor to enter the crater, the officers are attacked by computerised sentinels, which are immobilised when Green destroys the control vehicle with the Tractor's cannon. Donning space suits and entering the complex, Scarlet, Blue and Green take camera and instrumentation recordings and ultimately find
"Three Minutes" is the 47th episode of Lost. It is the 22nd episode of the second season. The episode was directed by Stephen Williams, and written by Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz. It first aired May 17, 2006 on ABC. The emotionally conflicted character of Michael Dawson is featured in the episode's flashbacks. It also marks a transition for Mr. Eko, from his project of building a church, to his self-appointed role of entering the numbers in the computer.
Thirteen days ago, Michael asks Locke for a gun. Though Locke cooperates, Michael knocks him unconscious, and then heads to the computer to receive directions on how to find his son, Walt. Jack arrives unexpectedly; Michael confronts him and locks both him and Locke in the armory, before setting off to rescue Walt. En route he is captured by the Others and is taken to another location. He is then greeted by Mr. Friendly and various Others, shortly before the former's encounter with the survivors in "The Hunting Party". When alone with Michael, Alex tells him that Mr. Friendly is just sending them a message to scare them. She then asks Michael about Claire and her baby. Michael is dragged to the Others' camp, where they appear
This article is about Hour 4 on Day 5 of the Fox Network TV series 24. It is the 100th episode of 24.
The terrorist use the threat of executing Derek to force Jack to convey false information to Curtis so that terrorists will be able to ambush the assault team upon entry. Jack tries to covertly warn CTU during his call, but the warning is only caught thanks to an abrasive new CTU chief, Lynn McGill (who had arrived and put himself in charge).
The assault is successfully re-coordinated, subduing the terrorists just as the treaty is signed, salvaging the political situation, but not before the terrorists hand off a keycard to Ivan Erwich, a sleeper agent amongst the hostages. This keycard was apparently held by Chevensky. Erwich escapes during the chaos and meets with more terrorists. The keycard is used to break into a mysterious bunker containing biohazard canisters in one of the airport's storage areas.
Martha Logan manages to track down an accurate written transcript of her fateful phone conversation with former President Palmer, but Walt Cummings assaults her from behind, knocks her unconscious with chloroform, and takes the transcript before she can show it to her
"Precipice" is the second part of the third season premiere and 35th episode of the re-imagined American science fiction drama television series Battlestar Galactica. The episode was written by re-imagined creator Ronald D. Moore, and directed by Sergio Mimica-Gezzan. It first aired on October 6, 2006 on the Sci-Fi Channel along with the preceding episode "Occupation". In "Precipice", the Cylons respond to the suicide attack in the previous episode by rounding up several civilians believed to be affiliated with the resistance, and later decide to have them executed. Meanwhile, Galactica is to send a squadron to meet with the resistance on New Caprica. Unlike most episodes, it does not include a survivor count.
Since "Occupation" revolved around the resistance, "Precipice" focused more on the New Caprica Police and Jammer's role in it. The producers also decided to release the Sharon model imprisoned on Galactica. During the writing process, Moore included references to Seinfeld and The Great Escape. The episode was seen by 2.2 million viewers and received universal acclaim from critics. In addition, Moore's writing of the episode was nominated for an Emmy and Writers Guild of
"Restless" is the 22nd episode and season finale of season four of the fantasy television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997–2003), and the 78th episode of the series overall. The episode was written and directed by the show's creator Joss Whedon and originally aired on The WB in the United States on May 23, 2000.
The premise of Buffy the Vampire Slayer is that an adolescent girl, Buffy Summers, is chosen by mystical forces and given superhuman powers to kill vampires, demons, and other evil creatures in the fictional town of Sunnydale. She is supported by a close circle of family and friends, nicknamed the Scooby Gang. "Restless" centers on the dreams of the four main characters after enduring an exhausting fight in the previous episode. The dreams are used to comment on the characters—their fears, their past and their possible future. Consistent with each dream is the presence of the First Slayer who hunts and kills them one by one until, in the final sequence, she is confronted and disempowered by Buffy.
The episode served as a coda to the fourth season instead of a climax, as Whedon wanted to achieve something different for a season finale. Whedon experimented with several
"Rich Hank, Poor Hank" is the 157th episode in the Fox animated comedy King of the Hill. It was broadcast as the 8th episode in the 8th season,a holdover from season 7, and was the last King of the Hill episode to use traditional cel animation. From this point on, the show is digitally inked and painted. The episode's title is a parody of the novel Rich Man, Poor Man. This episode is rated TV-PG.
Hank takes Bobby wallet-shopping, only to find frustration in how Bobby champions flaunting wealth rather than respectable, modest functionality. When Bobby asks him about how much money he makes. Hank disgustedly tells Bobby that his income is none of his son's business. Later, Bobby overhears Hank telling Peggy about his $1000 annual bonus from work, but mistakenly gets the idea that Hank makes that much per day, leading him to assume that his family is actually incredibly wealthy.
Bobby relays his suspicions to Joseph and Connie, and the rumor that Hank is wealthy spreads through Rainey Street like wildfire. Hank is completely unaware of the spreading rumors, and grows increasingly confused about why people keep asking him for money he doesn't have; even John Redcorn comes into his
Spider Wars is the two part series finale of Spider-Man, consisting of the episodes "I Really, Really Hate Clones" and "Farewell, Spider-Man". This episode deals with Spider-Men from parallel universes, trying to stop Spider-Carnage from destroying all reality. This episode was written by John Semper, and aired on January 31, 1998.
After "Secret Wars", Spider-Man finds himself in yet another dimension, thanks to Beyonder. There he finds that Hobgoblin and the Green Goblin have been working together and have destroyed the city. The Goblins, are confused by Spider-Man's attack upon them, and tell him, they were doing what he told them to do. The Hobgoblin concludes that this must be the other Spider-Man they were warned about and attack Spider-Man with full force. They kidnap Jameson to get his hand print so that they can steal and use the microwave transmitter on top of the Bugle. Hobgoblin detonates a bomb that destroys the Bugle building. Spider-Man goes after them, but gets ambushed by Spider-Carnage. Spider-Carnage is angered by Spider-Man wearing his old costume and assumes this is in fact his other. Before Spider-Carnage could finish him off, Spider-Man is teleported by
"The Baby Shower" is the tenth episode of the second season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and the show's 15th episode overall. In the episode, Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) throws a baby shower for her friend Leslie (Christine Dunford) at Jerry's (Jerry Seinfeld) apartment, while he is out of town. Jerry's friend George Costanza (Jason Alexander) once had a terrible date with Leslie and intends to confront her at the shower. Meanwhile, Jerry is convinced by his neighbour Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) to install illegal cable television.
Larry Charles wrote the episode, which was directed by Tom Cherones, and was partly based on a friend of his who was pregnant but did not want to experience childbirth. The episode also contained a dream sequence in which the title character was killed, as Charles was interested in "the Quentin Tarantino version of a sitcom". All of the characters' storylines intersect in the final scenes, an element that the writing staff would continue to use in later episodes. The episode's first broadcast in the United States on May 16, 1991 gained a Nielsen rating of 12.4/21 and was negatively received by critics.
Elaine holds a baby shower for her friend
World's Finest is a three part episode of both Superman: The Animated Series and The New Batman/Superman Adventures. It was shown and released on video as "The Batman/Superman Movie."
These episodes, listed on the website Batman-Superman.com, as episodes 039, 040 and 041 as per production assigned numbers, but were actually produced before the season one of The New Batman Adventures. The page also places the Superman: The Animated Series episode "Knight Time", which is supposed to be after "World's Finest", between episode 018 ("Old Wounds") and 019 ("Legends of the Dark Knight").
The Joker steals a Chinese statue known as the "Laughing Dragon" thought to be made of jade, but Batman analyzes a fragment and finds it is actually solid Kryptonite. In Metropolis, Joker tells Lex Luthor he is broke due to Batman's success in closing down his operations, and offers him a deal: for one billion dollars, he'll kill Superman.
Bruce Wayne happens to be visiting Metropolis to work with Luthor on a robotics project, developing spider-like robots for space exploration. Luthor wishes to sell the robots to the military, but the contract between Wayne Enterprises and Lexcorp gives Bruce sole
"Unending" is the season finale of the tenth season and series finale of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1, and the show's two-hundred sixteenth episode overall. Written and directed by Robert C. Cooper, the episode originally premiered in the United Kingdom on Sky One on March 13, 2007, and in the United States on June 22, 2007 on the Sci Fi Channel. The episode attracted approximately 2.2 million viewers on its American broadcast, a ratings success for the Sci Fi Channel.
The episode begins with the mass suicide of the Asgard race, who try to preserve their legacy by giving their entire knowledge to the SG-1 team and the crew of the Earth ship Odyssey. When the ship is attacked by Ori warships, Lieutenant-Colonel Samantha Carter creates a time dilation field that speeds up time within the ship, and it takes fifty years until a defense against the Ori weapons can be found.
The members of SG-1 and General Hank Landry (Beau Bridges) are travelling on the Earth ship Odyssey to the Asgard home world, Orilla, when the Asgard Thor beams aboard. He reveals that after millennia of genetic manipulation, a disease has brought his race very close to extinction, and SG-1
is the eleventh episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
The Middle East diplomat who vouched for Assad earlier now changes his mind after the bombing. However, President Palmer forces him to cooperate by telling him about "the carrier groups off his country's shores". Back in the boiler room, Reed exclaims that "we are not murderers!" in defending his opinion against killing Lennox. Carson, who Reed brings in using Lennox's clearance card, reluctantly agrees and begins to assemble the bomb. Their plan is to kill the president and blame it on Assad, so that the American government might attack the Middle East.
Chloe continues to cover for Morris as Bill and Nadia become more concerned. While Morris is allegedly drinking (and seated on the pot) in the men's room, Chloe, finding him absent from his customary desk position, burst in, with concern about his drinking. Morris reassures Chloe that he is not drinking. After Chloe leaves the men's room, Morris takes out his drink and just pours it down the drain.
When Fayed calls Gredenko, it is revealed that Gredenko has acquired three American-made drone aircraft to deliver the three remaining nuclear bombs to populated
"A Little Romance" is the thirteenth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on December 14, 1985.
Rose has been dating Dr. Johnathan Newman for quite a while, and she thinks the relationship will lead to the altar. Second thoughts (and embarrassing moments for the other girls) come up though, mainly because Dr. Newman is a little person.Meanwhile, Sophia goes away for her grandson's graduation.
"Assassinanny 911" is an episode of the animated television series The Venture Bros., the third episode of the second season. Molotov Cocktease returns and is both an assassin and the "nanny" in "Assassinanny."
The episode starts with a flashback to Brock Samson's first day at the Office of Secret Intelligence (OSI) 21 years ago. The man responsible for training Samson to become an agent is Colonel Hunter Gathers, who strongly resembles Hunter S. Thompson.
In the present day, Brock calls on the mercenary Molotov Cocktease to watch over the Ventures while he carries out a field mission for OSI. Although "Mol" feels both respect and attraction for Brock, she makes no secret of her contempt for the Ventures and what she perceives as Brock's role in babysitting them. She begs Brock to abandon his duties so they can become a mercenary team, but he refuses. After Brock leaves in a black limousine, Molotov icily explains to the Ventures that she plans to whip them into shape. Hank, enchanted by the shapely assassin, looks joyous while Dean looks apprehensive and Dr. Venture nervously swallows a "diet pill."
Inside the limo, Brock is greeted by a handler who explains the upcoming mission.
is the ninth episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Asuka Langley Soryu joins Shinji Ikari￢ﾀﾙs class at school and moves in with Misato Katsuragi and him in their apartment. As Asuka adjusts to Japan (and everyone else adapts to her), the Angel Israfel attacks. Asuka appears to easily defeat the Angel, but it reveals that it is capable of splitting itself into two identical copies. Using its dual copies the Angel is able to defeat both Units 01 and 02. Embarrassed by the defeat, NERV hands command of the operation over to the UN, and an Nￂﾲ bomb is used against the Angel, destroying 28% of its body. From this, it is estimated that it will take six days for the Angel to recover. Determining that it will be impossible to fight the Angel's "twins" without a perfectly coordinated dual attack strategy, Misato puts Asuka and Shinji in a training regimen which has them spending as much time together as possible (literally doing almost everything together, even sleeping near each other) in order to synchronize their biorhythms. Additionally, they try to learn a dance routine which will be incorporated into the movements they will use in their Evas to attack the Angel. By
"Jack-Tor" is the fifth episode of the first season of the American situation comedy 30 Rock, which aired on November 16, 2006 on the NBC network in the United States, and on November 8, 2007 in the United Kingdom. The episode was written by Robert Carlock and was directed by Don Scardino. Guest stars in this episode include Katrina Bowden, Lonny Ross, Keith Powell, Maulik Pancholy, Teddy Coluca, James Murtaugh, Donald Glover, Doug Moe, Joey La Varco and Matthew Stocke.
The episode focuses on Jack Donaghy's (Alec Baldwin) pressure on the writers of TGS with Tracy Jordan to integrate General Electric products into the show, which forces Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) to integrate Jack himself into a self-referential sketch about product placement. Frank Rossitano (Judah Friedlander) and James "Toofer" Spurlock (Keith Powell) trick Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski) into thinking that her job is in danger, and Liz wonders if Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) might be illiterate when he refuses to read cue cards.
Jack tells Liz and the writers of TGS Tracy Jordan that he wants them to insert General Electric (GE) products into the show. The writers express their reluctance in doing product placements for
"Jaynestown" is the seventh episode of the science fiction television series Firefly created by Joss Whedon.
Returning to a moon where he ran into some serious trouble years ago, Jayne discovers that he's become a local folk legend. Mal decides to use this entertaining distraction to complete a job, but some unfinished business may derail his plans.
The show opens with Kaylee expressing disbelief that the always-proper Simon never uses swear words, despite his protestations that he does whenever they're "appropriate." Inara departs for an overnight meeting with a client. A noise in the infirmary brings Kaylee and Simon to find Jayne trashing the room in a search for bandages to tape concealed weapons to his body. It seems that Jayne is concerned about enemies he made in the territory a few years ago.
As they arrive at the Canton factory settlement, Kaylee suggests to Mal that Simon join them on their expedition to recover some hidden loot. Mal considers that having the well-dressed Simon pose as an upper-class buyer of Canton's special ceramic-making mud is a useful strategy. Shepherd Book reassures the dismayed doctor that he will watch over his sister. Simon ineptly plays his
Kinetic is the 13th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Philip Levens and was directed by Robert Singer. It originally aired on February 26, 2002.
Whitney falls in with ex-jocks led by as Wade Mahaney (Kavan Smith) who have become thieves whose Kryptonite-saturated tattoos alter their molecular structure so they can pass through walls. They use this ability to rob banks and Lex's mansion.
Evangeline Lilly from Lost (TV series) has a minor role as Wade's Girlfriend.
Something To Do is the 44th episode of Pee-wee's Playhouse.
Pee-wee makes a big "to do" list, which includes blowing big bubbles, dressing up as a pirate and going for a walk with Miss Yvonne. But then there's cleaning up his room...
"The Chinese Restaurant" is the 11th episode of the sitcom Seinfeld's second season on NBC, and is the show's 16th episode overall. The episode revolves around protagonist Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) and his friends Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) and George Costanza (Jason Alexander) waiting for a table at a Chinese restaurant, on their way to see Plan 9 from Outer Space. Unable to get a table, they decide to wait and talk amongst each other, while George tries to use the phone that is constantly occupied and Jerry recognizes a woman, but he is unsure where he has seen her before.
Co-written by the series' creators Seinfeld and head writer Larry David, the episode is set in real time, without any scene-breaks. It was the first episode in which Jerry's neighbor Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) did not appear, much to Richards' disappointment, as it turned out to become a highlight among the shows episodes. Considered a "bottle episode", NBC executives objected to its production and broadcast due to its lack of an involved storyline, thinking that audiences would be uninterested. It was not until David threatened to quit if the network forced any major changes upon the script that NBC
"The Nightmare Begins" is the first episode of science fiction comedy series Invader Zim, originally aired on March 30, 2001. This is also the first "full-length" episode of Invader Zim. Because of the absence of the opening title video, this is technically the longest episode of Invader Zim ever made. This is the first official episode to feature Richard Horvitz as Zim. In the pilot episode, he was first portrayed by Mark Hamill, and then Billy West. Shortly after the cancellation of The Angry Beavers, Horvitz was brought in as a potential voice of Zim, and was asked to record over certain lines for the pilot. Though neither his nor Hamill's cuts made to an official release, Horvitz remained the voice of Zim for the remainder of the series.
On the Irken-ruked planet Conventia, the start of a galactic conquest campaign known as Operation Impending Doom 2 is about to begin. The Irkens want all the races of the universe to serve under their already vast Empire, so they plan send Irken Invaders to make the planets vulnerable so the Irken Armada can easily invade and conquer them. Zim arrives uninvited, and it is revealed that Zim singlehandedly ruined the original Operation Impending
"But What a Sweet Little Room" is the thirteenth episode of the popular 1969 ITC British television series Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) starring Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope and Annette Andre. The episode was first broadcast on 14 December 1969 on the ITV. Directed by Roy Ward Baker.
Jeff investigates the disappearance of a wealthy young woman's aunt. When she too is killed he is led to the regular meetings of a medium, Madame Hanska, and uses Jeannie as a decoy to foil a thieving operation in which a gang of three middle-class men murder and rob rich middle-aged widows by taking them on an apparently innocent excursion to a cottage in the county.
In this episode Marty contacts a phony psychic medium who claims to be able to contact the dead husbands and wives of well-heeled middle-aged widows and widowers. To the fake medium's extreme surprise he is then able to materialise as a ghost in front of her (the first real ghost she has ever seen in her long career) and gets her to confess to receiving money from the gang of three middle-class men in return for setting up seances at which they target wealthy widows and lure them to their deaths. She shows a genuine sense of fear and
"Point 783" is the 13th episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 22 December 1967 (1967-12-22) on ATV Midlands, was written by Peter Curran and David Williams and directed by Robert Lynn. In this episode, the Mysterons attempt to kill the Supreme Commander of Earth Forces.
The episode begins with a demonstration of the latest in computer-controlled weaponry — the Unitron, an unmanned tank impervious to almost all weapons. It is controlled by an operator or can be pre-programmed to attack a designated target until it is totally destroyed.
Two army officers (Major Brooks and Colonel Storm) are killed in a car crash engineered by the Mysterons and re-created to assassinate the Supreme Commander. At a conference headed by the Commander and Captains Scarlet and Blue, in which Scarlet's "sixth sense" for Mysterons is evident, the Mysterons use Brooks as a walking bomb to try and kill the Commander in the same way they had tried to kill the World President. However this attempt is foiled when Scarlet trips the emergency system in response to his sixth sense. This leaves the second Mysteron agent Colonel Storm
Suspect is the 13th episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders and was directed by Greg Beeman. It originally aired on January 28, 2003.
Lionel is mysteriously shot at the Luthor mansion, leaving behind a huge list of suspects with various but strong motives to want him dead. The lead suspect is Jonathan, who is found unconscious in his truck with a bottle of vodka and a gun in his hand. Clark is convinced that Jonathan was framed; he and Lana ask Henry Small, a former criminal attorney, to help him out but he refuses to represent Jonathan due to some past history with Lionel.
"That Was No Lady" is the fourteenth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on December 21, 1985.
Dorothy's latest boyfriend Glen shocks her when he reveals he's married, but Dorothy is still sneaking around to be with him, surprising herself. Meanwhile, in order to buy a new car, Blanche unloads her old car on Rose.
Eric's Depression is episode 328 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
Eric, depressed after his breakup with Donna, remains in his room. The rest of the gang (minus Donna) decide to go to Funland to cheer Eric up, who doesn't want to go. They leave without him and Kelso gets lost almost immediately. Kitty tries unsuccessfully to talk to Eric, so she makes Red do it. Red gets Eric to do yardwork to help clear his mind. Outside, Eric meets up with Donna, but their encounter makes Eric go back to his room. Kelso ends up in Funland's lost and found, where he is bothered by two young twins (Dylan and Cole Sprouse). Red tells Eric that he can stay in his room until he feels better, but his change of heart doesn't last long after Eric informs him that he dumped Donna, not the other way around. The rest of the gang leave for home without Kelso, who manages to get a ride home with the mom of the twins.
"Nightshifter" is episode twelve of the second season of the television series Supernatural.
Sam and Dean are in the City of Milwaukee investigating a series of robberies carried out by longtime, seemingly loyal employees of the establishments who then commit suicide immediately afterwards. They interview Ronald Reznick, a security guard at one of the robbed banks. Ronald is a hyper-excited conspiracy theory geek, who tells the Winchesters that he believes the culprit is actually a Terminator like 'man-droid' that morphs to look like a human being. He shows them cctv footage of the robber and the brothers quickly realize they are looking at a shape shifter.
Sam and Dean go investigate a bank that they think is the next target of the shifter. While they are checking the security cameras for eye flares, Ronald arrives with an automatic rifle to hold up the bank in a misguided attempt to capture the supernatural criminal. Dean convinces Ronald that he is on his side and helps herd all the other hostages, including Sam, into the bank's vault. Sam meets Sherri, a tall blonde bank employee, who gushes about Dean's supposed heroic confrontation with Ronald.
Dean and Ronald discover
"Prophecy Girl" is the season finale of the WB Television Network's first season of the drama television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and the 12th episode of the series. The episode first aired on June 2, 1997 with the series acting as a midseason replacement for Savannah. Series creator Joss Whedon wrote and directed the episode.
The narrative features vampire Slayer Buffy Summers (Sarah Michelle Gellar) working to prevent vampire the Master (Mark Metcalf) from rising to power despite a prophecy predicting her death at his hands.
Due to the first season of the show serving as a mid season replacement, all twelve episodes were produced before the first episode aired (and as such, the conclusion of the episode serves to wrap the series up in case it were not renewed). All following seasons commenced from September to October and received twenty-two episode pick-ups.
Xander is practicing lines on Willow in the Bronze, wanting to ask Buffy to the Spring Fling. Cordelia is in a car making out with Kevin, as Buffy slays a vampire nearby. Giles is researching the prophetic book that Angel gave him and discovers that the Master is destined to rise and that it means danger for the
"Team Penguin" was the second episode of The Batman's fourth season. It originally aired in North America on September 30, 2006.
After countless humiliations at the hands of the Batman, Penguin realizes that while he may not be able to take down the Dark Knight alone an all-star team of Gotham's most dangerous villains might just do the trick. While trying to stop this powerful force Batman must deal with team building issues of his own as Batgirl and Robin meet for the first time.
Penguin is watching a movie of a General and his team breaking into a hideout and stealing its gold. When the General says "Teamwork boys - now that's a blueprint for success", Penguin gets the idea to recruit Gotham's greatest Villains to take down the Batman.
Meanwhile at a Gotham Bank, Bane is busting in and rips off a vault. Batgirl shows up and Bane throws the vault at her. Soon after Batman and Robin arrive. Batman and Robin throw batarangs at Bane but he uses a pillar to deflect them all. Batman tells Robin to do the distraction maneuver they practiced on Bane, but Batgirl jumps in and tries to fight Bane as well. Bane grabs both of them but Batman releases an electric grappling hook into
Peggy gets a letter from a Death Row convict who says that he is a former student of hers, and that she had the most positive impact on his life. She starts visiting him in prison and bringing him what she thinks is timer sand for Boggle -- not realizing that it's actually cocaine. Meanwhile, Dale wants to become an executioner.
"Adult Education" is the twentieth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on February 22, 1986.
Blanche's professor sexually harasses her when she goes to him for help on a difficult test. He makes her an unusual deal: If she has sex with him, he'll give her an "A" for the exam. Meanwhile, the others try to get tickets to a sold-out Frank Sinatra concert.
"Eye of the Beholder" is the second episode of the first season of the television series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. Written by John Schulian and directed by John T. Kretchmer, it first aired in the United States on January 23, 1995.
Hercules agrees to aid a town terrorized by a cyclops, but soon learns that the creature's actions may not be entirely unjustified.
Hercules is running along a beach trying to get away from a large group of young women. Later in a tavern a man asks Hercules about the women, and he tells him that they are the 50 daughters of the king Thespius. Another man comes over to Hercules' table and asks him what he is going to do about the cyclops which is terrorising Trachis. The cyclops had been chasing people out of their homes to protect Hera's sacred vineyard. Hercules sets off to deal with the cyclops. Elsewhere a man is walking along the road and meets the cyclops. The cyclops picks up the man and kicks him away. Hercules walking through the trees sees the man hanging from a branch. The man introduces himself as Salmoneus, a toga salesman. He decides that he will travel with Hercules.
At the riverside three men are attempting to move a rock which had
"Pilot: The First Seventeen Hours" is the first episode of season one and the pilot for the apocalyptic drama television series Jericho. The episode was broadcast by CBS on September 20, 2006 to approximately 11.66 million viewers.
The pilot episode was filmed on location in Fillmore, California, while the standing sets for the town of Jericho were built at Calvert Studios in Van Nuys, California.
Thirty-two year old Jake Green returns for a short visit to his small hometown of Jericho in northern Kansas following a mysterious five-year absence. While he was away, Jake had no contact with any of his family or friends, except possibly his mother Gail. Jake is evasive about his absence; he is asked where he has been by various Jericho residents, and he gives different answers - including claims to have been playing minor league baseball and serving in both the Army and Navy.
Jake's mother, Gail, who apparently knows where Jake has been, is very happy and relieved to see him. Jake discusses with his father, Mayor Johnston Green, the inheritance Jake's grandfather left him. Johnston refuses to release the money to Jake until Jake leads what Johnston calls "a more productive life".
Pinciotti vs. Forman is episode 326 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
Jackie convinces Donna to fight back after Eric kicks her out of the basement. She gets the rest of the gang to come to her house to watch cable television for the possibility of nudity. When Eric learns of this and tries to hang out at Donna's house, she kicks him out. Meanwhile, Red starts spending time with Pastor Dave. Kitty is delighted that Red finally has a friend.
Eric strikes back at Donna by bringing Bob in to tell jokes to the gang while they try to watch TV (only Fez is amused). The gang returns to Eric's basement. Donna and Eric decide to plan a schedule and divide up the time they spend with their friends between them. Kitty becomes concerned that Red and Dave never discuss personal issues, and makes a scene in front of both of them about how much Red values Dave's friendship. Red shakes it off, telling Dave that he just wants to watch fights on TV without talking about anything, which Dave agrees to.
Eric gets home late after a day with the gang, and Donna is angry. They start fighting over Fez and the rest of the gang soon decide not to spend time with either of them until they get their
"The Seer" is the eighteenth episode of the fifth season of Sliders. It was originally aired February 4, 2000 on the Sci-fi Channel (December 29, 1999 on Sky One in the UK). It is the last episode of the series.
On a world full of Sliders fans, a psychic predicts the sliders' fate.
The episode begins with Maggie Beckett eating on a giraffe sandwich and pork soda, while talking about how this was going to be the last time she would take a bite out of the unusual. Rembrandt was glad that he finally was going home, but was disappointed because he wanted a weapon to use against the Kromagg. They slid expecting to go to Earth Prime but instead landed on another alternate earth, surrounded by a crowd holding up signs that said things like "Welcome Sliders" and "Mallory rules!"
The sliders then met Claire and her father Mark (played by Roy Dotrice). Mark claimed to be a psychic and said that after a heart attack he saw visions of the Sliders' journeys, and created a television show based on his visions which was very popular on that alternate earth, especially when the Kromaggs were introduced. He said that occasionally, his visions can see into the future, and that the very next
"Blanche and the Younger Man" is the ninth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on November 16, 1985.
Blanche tries hard to look good for her latest boyfriend, Dirk, an aerobics instructor half her age. Meanwhile, Rose's free-spirited mother Alma comes to visit but gets fed up with Rose's overprotectiveness.
This article is about Hour 18 on Day 5 of the Fox Network TV series 24.
The media reports that martial law remains in effect and that civil rights activists are starting to complain about it. President Logan calls Karen Hayes and tells her that he wants Jack Bauer captured before the morning. Meanwhile, Jack tells Bill Buchanan about what has been going on and then drops Wayne Palmer off at Buchanan's house for safety. Jack goes to meet Secretary Heller at Van Nuys Airport to ask him to present the tape to the Attorney General to begin legal proceedings against the President. Heller arrives at the hangar and meets with his daughter Audrey Raines and Jack. Heller is at first skeptical of Jack's innocence, but Jack plays the tape for him. After Heller learns the truth, he punches Jack and has one of his men handcuff him. He tells Jack that he is doing this all wrong. He says that destroying the Presidency will weaken America. Heller decides to use the evidence to make the President step down quietly. He demands that Audrey accompany him but has her restrained after she refuses. Jack yells after Heller that he cannot negotiate with Logan. Both Jack and Audrey are moved to a utility
Kitty forces Red, Eric, Hyde and Kelso to help out at a church fundraiser. Red spends all of his time at the craps table, Kelso and Hyde cheat at bingo so they can win all the prizes. Eric is busy worrying about his relationship with Donna because a church member told him that his wife was nice too, when they first met, until they got tired of each other. Jackie and Donna tell Fez that Caroline is a psycho so he dumps her after she threatens him.
"Ladies of the Evening" is the twenty-seventh episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on October 4, 1986.
The house is being fumigated, and Dorothy, Rose and Sophia are irritated-but their bad moods disappear when Blanche returns home with exciting news. She has won tickets to both the premiere AND exclusive after-party of Burt Reynolds's new movie! The girls are thrilled, but Blanche adds a catch-there are only three tickets in the prize package. Sophia is elected to be the one not to go, and she is furious. To cheer her and the other girls up, Blanche suggests that the girls make a weekend vacation to Miami Beach to prepare for the party. Blanche finds a great hotel with a low price, and the girls' pre-party excitement mounts, along with Sophia's tricks to earn a ticket. On the night of the premiere, ever-available Blanche insists that she, Rose and Dorothy stop in the hotel's bar for a drink. While in the bar, men approach them-but when the girls refuse their advances, they claim that there are plenty of other "girls who'll take our money." The truth is revealed-the hotel is a front for a prostitution ring! At that moment, the hotel is raided, and everyone is thrown in
"Nipple Ring-Ring Goes to Foster Care" is the thirty-fourth episode of the animated television series Drawn Together.
When Ling-Ling ODs on his 21st birthday, the housemates learn that he is actually only 3 years old (21 in battle monster years). Child Services puts Ling-Ling in foster care, where he ends up in the house of Uncle Benny, the most famous rice-related black stereotype ever. Ling-Ling and Benny become friends once they discover their mutual love of rice. All is well until Foxxy decides to save Ling-Ling from foster care and ends up on Benny's front door, where she realizes the old man is her real father. Sibling rivalry ensues between Foxxy and Ling-Ling until Benny finally takes off and deserts his family once again. In the meantime, Hero is jealous of Xandir's nipple ring and decides to get one himself. After he gets hit by lightning, Hero realizes he can use his nipple ring to communicate with himself from the past. Hero gets young Leslie into all sorts of trouble by feeding him lies, manipulating his younger self into increasingly more disturbing and humiliating situations, the trauma of which quickly warp Leslie's personality (into the sexually deviant Captain
Pilot is the first episode of the short-lived science-fiction action series Harsh Realm. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 8, 1999. In the episode, Lt. Thomas Hobbes is about to retire from the military and start a new life with his fiancé Sophie, when the government orders him for one last mission: to test Project Harsh Realm, a virtual reality created by the military for combat training. Hobbes finds himself stuck inside the computer game and all he wants is to get back to the real world and Sophie. The episode was written by Chris Carter, best known as the creator of the science-fiction series The X-Files. It was watched by 7.5 million viewers in its initial airing.
After seeing the horrors of war in Sarajevo, Lt. Thomas F. Hobbes (Scott Bairstow) is ready to settle down with his fiancé, Sophie (Samantha Mathis). However, the Army has one last assignment for him: to test Project Harsh Realm, a virtual reality created by the military for combat training. Under the instruction of an enigmatic woman named Inga Fossa (Sarah-Jane Redmond), Hobbes agrees to do the military one last favor and compete with the reigning Lord of the Realm. However once
"Shindig" is the fourth episode of the science fiction television series Firefly created by Joss Whedon.
Inara attends a formal society dance, only to find Malcolm there as well, attempting to set up a smuggling job. Mal comes to blows with Inara's conceited date and finds himself facing a duel with a renowned swordsman, and only one night to learn how to fence.
The crew lands on Persephone and in her shuttle quarters, Inara scans potential clients and chooses local aristocrat Atherton Wing, a regular customer. Meanwhile, the crew enjoys the sights of the marketplace. Kaylee admires a ruffled dress in a store window, and Mal foolishly criticizes her practicality by comparing her to an upright sheep. As a crushed Kaylee, an irritated Zoe, and Wash leave, Mal and Jayne are accosted by Badger, the Persephone fence who caused them difficulty on an earlier visit. This time, Badger needs Mal's help to move an illegal cargo for high-society local Warrick Harrow, who will not talk to the likes of Badger. He provides Mal with tickets to the very ball that Inara will be attending. Mal winds up having to go to a still-upset Kaylee for assistance.
At the ball, Inara delights in circulating
Tempest is the twenty-first episode and season finale of the first season of the WB original series Smallville. The episode originally aired on May 21, 2002; Philip Levens and Alfred Gough wrote the script, and Greg Beeman directed. In the episode's narrative, Lex attempts to forge his own destiny away from LuthorCorp; Whitney leaves Smallville for the Marines; Roger Nixon discovers Clark's secret and attempts to expose him to the world; and Lana is pulled into a tornado.
Director Greg Beeman attempted to create a visual theme among the characters that would parallel the approaching storm. The episode would mark the departure of Eric Johnson as Whitney Fordman, though he would return as a special guest in seasons two and four. Although the Smallville finale pulled in just over half of the viewership attained by the pilot episode, it was still favorably received by critics. It was also nominated for two awards.
Lionel Luthor (John Glover) shows up at the Smallville LuthorCorp plant, and announces that "management failure" has forced him to shut the plant down. Effectively blaming the problem on Lex (Michael Rosenbaum), Lionel informs his son he wants him to return to Metropolis.
"The Revenge" is the seventh episode of the second season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, and the show's 12th episode overall. The story revolves around George Costanza's (Jason Alexander) plot to exact revenge on his boss, with his friend Elaine Benes' (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) help, after he quits his job at Rick Barr Properties and is refused re-employment. Meanwhile, Jerry (Jerry Seinfeld) and his neighbour Cosmo Kramer (Michael Richards) get even with a laundromat owner—who they believe has stolen money from Jerry—by pouring cement into one of his washing machines.
Written by series co-creator Larry David and directed by Tom Cherones, the episode premiered in the United States on NBC on April 18, 1991. Largely based on David's own experiences, "The Revenge" was the first episode he wrote without Seinfeld's collaboration. The episode also contained the first mention of Newman, as a suicidal man who lives in Jerry and Kramer's apartment building, who would later become a popular recurring character. As the episode is the first in which Kramer does physical comedy, some cast and crew members consider it a turning point for the show. When first broadcast in the United States, the episode
"White as Snow" is the sixth episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 3 November 1967 (1967-11-03) on ATV Midlands, was written by Peter Curran and David Williams and directed by Robert Lynn.
In this episode, announcing that they intend to kill Colonel White, the Mysterons almost succeed in crashing a reconstructed satellite into Cloudbase. They plan a second assassination attempt when the colonel goes into hiding on board a navy submarine.
Communications satellite TVR-17 burns up and explodes after Captain Black infiltrates ground control and programs the satellite into a premature re-entry. Reconstructing the satellite and its crew, the Mysterons lock TVR-17 onto a collision course with Cloudbase, but the spacecraft is destroyed by Symphony Angel. When a Mysteron threat to kill Colonel White is received, White realises that the satellite was in fact targeting him personally, and decides to leave Cloudbase for the safety of other Spectrum personnel. He puts Captain Blue in charge of the base after Captain Scarlet refuses the role, angry that TVR-17 was destroyed when White had no definite proof that it
"Childhood's End" is the 6th episode of the first season of the military science fiction television series Stargate Atlantis. The episode first aired in the United States on August 13, 2004 on the Sci Fi Channel and on Sky One in the United Kingdom on November 16, 2004. It was the first episode to be written by executive producer Martin Gero, and directed by David Winning. The episode portrays Major Sheppard and his team arriving on M7G-677, a planet where the inhabitants ritually sacrifice themselves when they reach the age of twenty-five. "Childhood's End" earned a weak Nielsen rating though the episode was generally well received by critics and fans alike.
The Atlantis team suddenly loses control of their puddle jumper and crashes. Investigating the electromagnetic field that made them crash, the team discover that the planet they've landed on has no one over the age of 25. They soon learn that upon turning 25, the people of this society commit suicide because they believe it keeps the Wraith from coming back to the world. The team discover this isn't the case when they try to find out what brought their puddle jumper down. They find a device powered by a Zero Point Module (ZPM)
"End of the Curse" is the twenty-sixth episode and second season premiere of The Golden Girls, originally airing on September 27, 1986.
Rose, Sophia and Dorothy have decided to go into the mink breeding business to gain some quick cash. As they work, they comment on Blanche's strange mood. Eventually, the emotional Blanche reveals the cause of her dilemma-she has missed her period, and taken a pregnancy test, which read positive! Unable to determine the father due to Blanche's promiscuous habits, Dorothy insists that she go to a doctor. While she visits, the minks refuse to breed. Dorothy suggests an aphrodisiac, leading to a humorous discussion between her and Rose about what one is. But their jolly moods are cut short when Blanche returns home depressed. She is not pregnant, but entering menopause. Blanche sees menopause as being an end of her youthful years, and proceeds to lock herself in her room for days. Eventually, the other girls convince her to see a psychiatrist. She confesses her fear, and reveals that she has begun to see her mother's face in her own. She also reveals that she has never had anything else in her life besides her looks, and feels empty. While he
Hercules and the Lost Kingdom is the second TV movie in the series Hercules: The Legendary Journeys.
Hercules comes to the aid of a young woman who is seeking the lost city of Troy. Eventually, Hercules leads her to a camp of refugees from the city, which has been taken over by Hera's Blue Priests. Hercules helps the refugees take back the city.
Three men are running along the riverside, one of them stops to take a drink from the river. As he stoops down to quench his thirst a female figure composed of water rises out of the river and pulls him under, drowning him, the other two men run on. While running, one man is hit by a boulder and killed. The remaining man escapes. Elsewhere a young woman is collecting water, when the ground begins to shake. She flees back to the village to warn them that a giant is coming. The giant follows the woman to the village and rips the roof of the tavern. Hercules presents himself to the giant and the giant challenges Hercules to a fight. Hercules goes outside and he beats the giant. As the village celebrates the defeat the man from earlier in the film arrives in the village, he asks for Hercules' help. He explains to Hercules that his people have
"In A Bed of Rose's" is the fifteenth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on January 11, 1986.
After a date, Rose and her boyfriend Al return to the house. Al wants to "continue the evening", but Rose is nervous-she has never brought anyone home before. Al promises to be as quiet as a mouse, pointing out that he even wears quiet clothes. Rose decides to go through with their plan, and the two sneak off to her room. Early the next morning, when the girls plan to play golf, Dorothy and Blanche reveal that they heard a loud commotion coming from Rose's room. Rose assures them that it was a nightmare, and Blanche laughs-she thought Rose might have been having sex! Rose tries to shoo them out of the house, but Dorothy and Blanche start discussing talking during relations. Finally, Sophia enters and breaks the conversation with awkward news- "Rose, there's a man in your bed!" Dorothy and Blanche are shocked, and Rose is embarrased. Unfortunately, Sophia was not done-Al had died! Rose insists that nothing has happened and that he is just sleeping, but Sophia is adamant. ("I lived in a nursing home! Death visited more often than children!") Finally, Dorothy checks the body
It's a Wonderful Life is the premiere episode of the fourth season of That '70s Show. It picks up after the Season 3 finale, shortly after Eric breaks up with Donna over a promise ring. The episode is named after the film of the same name.
The episode begins with Eric lying in bed, moaning that he wished he and Donna had never dated. Afterwards, his guardian angel (played by Wayne Knight) appears to show Eric the results of his wish, had it been granted. After some attempts to convince Eric, the two depart to discover what would have happened.
The first flashback shows Eric and Donna sitting on the hood of Eric's Vista Cruiser shortly after a music concert earlier in the night (That 70s Pilot). Donna gets off the hood and leaves, only to return shortly afterwards and thank Eric for the ride. In the actual version of events, Donna leans down and kisses him, but in this version she walks away again. While the real Eric is content to leave his flashbacks at that, the Angel is not so eager.
The scene shifts to Donna's backyard, where Hyde is waiting (and the Angel confirms Hyde was actually there in the real events). After Donna admits that she didn't kiss Eric because he didn't
"My Three Crichtons" is an episode from the second season of the American television series Farscape, written by Grant McAloon, Gabrielle G. Stanton, and Harry Werksman and directed by Catherine Millar.
A strange energy orb absorbs Crichton, then shortly afterwards spews out three Crichtons--a present day Crichton; a Crichton from the past with primitive human traits such as lots of hair, great strength, and only rudimentary language skills; and a future Crichton that is more intelligent than the normal Crichton, with a bald, enlarged cranium and a disturbing amorality. The orb explains it needs one of the three Crichtons to be a genetic sample, and if one does not return to the orb, it will destroy Moya.
Future-Crichton seeks to get rid of Normal-Crichton, but is foiled. At first Normal-Crichton is going to give the orb Past-Crichton, but Chiana says that hairy-Crichton embodies all of the traits she likes about John, and helps him to hide. Normal-Crichton finds Past-Crichton, but then sets him free and decides to surrender himself to the orb, as he cannot defeat Future-Crichton and it would be wrong to kill Past-Crichton. However, at the last moment, Past-Crichton attacks
Pilot was the pilot episode of the CBS sitcom The Nanny. It first aired on November 3, 1993.
Fran Fine, a twenty-something Jewish woman from Flushing, Queens, had worked for three years at the bridal shop run by her fiancￃﾩ, Danny Imperiali. When she was expecting a to receive a marriage proposal from Danny, she was instead fired from the shop and dumped for Heather Biblow. Unemployed, she became a door-to-door cosmetics saleswoman. One morning she knocked on the door of the wealthy Sheffield family. Maxwell Sheffield, a successful Broadway producer, needed a nanny for his children; Maggie, Brighton and Grace, for the weekend. His wife, Sarah, passed on a few years before, and the family had yet to recover from her passing. With no other alternative, and against his better judgement, he hired Fran. An eager Fran quickly made a big impact on the children's lives, and she also convinces Maxwell to allow his three children to come to a private party he and his partner, C.C. Babcock (The Nanny), threw for their financial backers. C.C. immediately sees Fran as a threat, for she had feelings for Maxwell and feared Fran would interfere. However, an argument ensued between Fran and
"The Mango" is the 65th episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. It aired on September 16, 1993, and is the premiere of the show's fifth season. The episode's working title was "The Orgasm." It was filmed in front of a live studio audience on Tuesday, August 17, 1993. In the "Inside Look" commentary on the Seinfeld Season 5 DVD, Larry David revealed that a friend of his came up with the setup of this episode: Elaine never having orgasms with Jerry. Larry David said that the idea was "too good to pass up."
The episode opens with one of Jerry Seinfeld’s stand-up comedy bits which centers on the creation of seedless watermelon.
The episode then goes to Monk's Cafe where George tells Jerry about his lack of confidence in bed with his new girlfriend Karen (Lisa Edelstein). The conversation then shifts to orgasm faking, at which point Elaine mentions that she used to fake with Jerry back when they were dating. Although Elaine didn’t think much of the subject, Jerry was flabbergasted at the information. This also causes George to worry that Karen was faking too.
A little while later, Kramer takes a bite out of a bad peach, and attempts to return the fruit to the store where he got it. This leads
"The Usual Suspects" is episode seven of the second season of the television series Supernatural.
Sam and Dean Winchester are being held by the Baltimore police, lead by Detective Peter Sheridan and his partner Diana Ballard, in connection with the mysterious murder of a local lawyer, Tony Giles, and his wife, Karen Giles. Dean was caught at the scene of Karen's murder, and the authorities are shocked to find out about his supposed death and slaying of several people in St. Louis, seen in the episode "Skin."
Ballard begins by questioning Sam about his sudden disappearance from Stanford University, the death of his girlfriend, Jessica, and the death of his father, John Winchester. He avoids her questions before finally telling Ballard (falsely) that Tony Giles was a friend of John's. He states that they found out about Tony's murder and came to offer Karen their support. A flashback reveals that the brothers came to Karen as insurance investigators, where they learned that her husband had a vision of a pale woman with a slit throat at the foot of his bed right before he died.
The questioning continues, and Ballard asks Sam why the brothers were seen entering Tony's office. He
"Toot Goes Bollywood" (later changed to "Foxxy and the Gang Bang" on the DVD release) is the thirty-fifth episode of the animated television series Drawn Together.
Foxxy vows to give up sex and Toot vows to get some. Foxxy tries to stop having sex, but after consecutive sex with Denzel Washington, Magic Johnson, Forrest Whitaker, and Al Roker, she realizes that she needs help. Wooldoor, as a psychologist, hypnotizes Foxxy and helps her uncover a repressed memory of being violated by Phat Allen and his Junkyard Pals when she was younger. When she confronts them for an apology, they tell her that they have no idea what she is talking about. Because they won't confess, Foxxy has them arrested and put on trial. But at the highly public court trial, Foxxy herself gets arrested and sent to prison.
After her release, she goes on a Kill Bill-style killing spree and begins killing off every member of Phat Allen's Junkyard Pals, until Phat Allen is left. In a fight at Phat Allen's junkyard, Foxxy has him cornered, until Wooldoor reveals to Foxxy that they were telling the truth, they never violated her. In reality, Wooldoor had implanted the false memory of her assault in order to make
"American Idol Parody Clip Show" (entitled "The Elimination Special Part II: The Elimination" on the DVD) is the thirty-sixth and final episode of the animated television series Drawn Together.
In the series finale, the housemates find themselves in an American Idol type competition as they look back at the highlights from the series. The Jew Producer hosts, promising that at the end of the show, one of the housemates will be sent home. Midway through the episode, the producer shoots himself (but only after shooting a few stagehands), prompting former American Idol co-host Brian Dunkleman (as an out of work and despised alcoholic) to take over emcee duties. In the end, it is revealed that Munchkin Mouse is being sent home and everyone else has been fired, thus ending the series.
Eric, Hyde, Fez, Kelso and Leo go to Canada to get some beer. Unfortunately, they get stopped on their way back across the border because Fez lost his green card. Donna tries to convince Jackie that she's being scammed by a modeling agency. Red gets a bonus at work: a Beta Max so he can tape something now and watch it later, but he forgets a vital step in the process.
"The C Word" is the fourteenth episode of the first season of the American television comedy series 30 Rock. It was written by series creator Tina Fey and directed by Adam Bernstein. The episode originally aired on the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) in the United States on February 15, 2007. Guest stars in this episode include Kevin Brown, Grizz Chapman, Rachel Dratch, John Lutz, Keith Powell, Lonny Ross, Rip Torn, and Charlyne Yi.
In the episode, after being criticized for her working habits by her co-workers, head writer Liz Lemon (Fey) decides to be more lenient with her writing staff. Meanwhile, Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin) brings Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) to a major golf event to get closer to Don Geiss (Torn), the CEO of General Electric (GE), but his plan backfires when Tracy decides to drop "truth bombs".
"The C Word" has received generally positive reviews from television critics. According to the Nielsen ratings system, the episode was watched by 5.0 million households during its original broadcast, and received a 2.5 rating/6 share among viewers in the 18–49 demographic.
Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin), Vice President of East Coast Television and Microwave Oven
"The Soup Nazi" is the title of the 116th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld, which was the sixth episode of the seventh season. It first aired in the United States on November 2, 1995.
The Soup Nazi is also the nickname of the titular character played by Larry Thomas. The term "Nazi" is used as an exaggeration of the excessively strict regimentation he constantly demands of his patrons.
Jerry, George and Elaine go out to a new soup stand Kramer has been raving about; its owner is referred to as the "Soup Nazi," due to his temperament and insistence on a strict manner of behavior while ordering. Jerry explains the procedure for ordering, which George accepts, but Elaine rejects. En route, Elaine notices a sidewalk furniture dealer with an armoire for sale and decides to stop and buy it. However, when she returns to her building with it, the building superintendent tells her there is no moving allowed on Sundays.
When Jerry and George get to the soup stand, George follows the procedure but notices that he did not get the free bread with his soup order. Jerry tells him to let it go, but George asks for some and is told he will have to pay $2 for it. When George objects, claiming that
"Safe" is the fifth episode of the science fiction television series Firefly created by Joss Whedon.
Mal must choose which crew members to save when one is gravely wounded and two others are kidnapped. Simon finds an uneasy haven in a remote village, but River's uncanny perceptions jeopardize the Tams' temporary safety.
The episode is interspersed with flashbacks, detailing Simon and River's lives before River's abduction: Simon, a studious young boy, River engaging in flights of imagination while correcting his textbooks, and their father encouraging Simon to become a "brilliant doctor". These expectations are derailed by River's sojourn at an academy, from where she sends letters referring to events which have not happened. The elder Tams are untroubled by River's letters, believing she's just playing games again, and abandon Simon when he takes precipitate and illegal action to rescue her.
In the present day, Simon continues to try to diagnose River's conditions and injuries, while Mal demands that they stay out of the way while he conducts business. On arrival at the backwater colony of Jiangyin, Shepherd Book aids Mal and Jayne in unloading and penning the cattle and meeting
"A New Man" is the 12th episode of season 4 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Buffy and Riley are making out on her bed, but before it gets too serious, Willow barges into the room and tells them of a demon that attacked the rec room. Armed with weapons, they go to the rec room only for Buffy to discover that it's a surprise party for her 19th birthday. At the party, Giles feels out of place, especially when Buffy introduces Riley as her boyfriend, and brags about how wonderful Professor Walsh is.
Now able to hurt and kill demons, Spike packs his things as he moves out of Xander's basement. Professor Walsh is informed that Buffy is the Slayer. After revealing Riley's 17 captures and kills, she inquires about how many "hostiles" Buffy has killed. Uncomfortable, Buffy initially keeps quiet to avoid bragging, but from Buffy's conversation with Riley afterward, the viewer can infer that Buffy is forced to admit that she has killed hundreds of vampires and saved the world multiple times. Riley is impressed and intimidated. As he puts it, "I suddenly have to learn the plural of apocalypse." Meanwhile, Giles discovers that a powerful demon is about to rise, and calls Buffy,
is the eighth episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Misato Katsuragi brings Shinji Ikari and his friends Toji Suzuhara and Kensuke Aida on a flight to a UN carrier battlegroup which is transporting Evangelion Unit 02 and its fiery German pilot, Asuka Langley Soryu, to Japan. Escorting Asuka to Japan is Misato￢ﾀﾙs old flame, Ryoji Kaji. In the middle of some awkward introductions and reunions, a massive aquatic Angel begins attacking the fleet, and Asuka determines that she will fight it using Unit 02, by playing ￢ﾀﾜhopscotch". Unfortunately, she takes Shinji with her. The Angel drags Unit 02 underwater, and Misato devises a plan to kill it by making it swallow the battleships and then firing all weapons. The Angel is killed, and it is revealed that both Shinji and Asuka broke their synchronization records. Kaji is seen delivering Adam to Gendo, and Asuka joins Shinji's class.
"Church Hopping" is the 197th episode of the Fox animated series King of the Hill. The episode was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award.
When the Hills arrive late for church one Sunday, they find that a large family of new members has taken their usual seat in the sanctuary. Annoyed over losing what he considers to be his personal place, Hank leads his family out of the Arlen United Methodist and begins searching for a new parish to call home.
Their first stop is a Pentecostal church held in a tent, where Buck Strickland worships; Hank is quickly put off by their wild fervor. Next they visit a Roman Catholic church with Hank's colleague Enrique, but the service is conducted in Spanish and the Hills (particularly Hank) can never figure out when to stand, sit, or kneel. From here, they try a New Age/Progressive church built entirely of steel and attended by Donna, another of Hank's coworkers. However, they get no farther than opening the door (and hearing "Day by Day," from Godspell, being played inside) before they immediately leave.
While visiting a local MegaChurch, Hank encounters Rev. Stroup at its coffee shop. She is dismayed that the Hills have changed churches over
"No Exit" is episode six of the second season of the television series Supernatural. It deals with the ghost of serial killer H. H. Holmes.
Sam and Dean Winchester find Jo Harvelle and her mother Ellen in a heated argument at the Roadhouse Saloon. Jo has been investigating the mysterious disappearance of six women in a Philadelphia apartment building. When the Winchester brothers go to investigate the apartment, they find two things that surprise them: ectoplasm and Jo, who is trying to rent an apartment. After covering for her with her mother, Dean tries to talk with Jo about the consequences of becoming a hunter. He then finds blond human hair in a ventilation grille after smelling an unknown substance.
The next morning, another girl has disappeared. This time, it's Teresa Ellis, and Jo becomes more personally involved with the hunt, which she claims to be doing for her father. Everyone begins researching, and Jo finds an old photo of the empty lot the apartments were built on. A prison can be seen next door, and the trio discovers that prisoners were hung in the empty lot. On the list of prisoners is H. H. Holmes, America's first serial murderer according to the
Reaper is the 17th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Cameron Litvack. It originally aired on April 23, 2002.
Angel of mercy or death? After a Kryptonite-related incident gives a young man the ability to kill via mere touch, he sets out to use his newfound power on people who are gravely ill.
"The Puffy Shirt" is the second episode of the fifth season of the American NBC sitcom Seinfeld. It was the 66th episode and originally aired on September 23, 1993. Larry David, the creator of the show, cites this episode as one of his favorites in the series.
George is upset because he is moving back in with his parents. Jerry offers him money to pay his rent and Kramer tells him he can live with him for a while, but George declines. They help George move his things into his parents' house, but George is alarmed when they prepare to leave because he does not want to be left alone with his bickering parents. Jerry tells him that he is going to dinner later with Elaine, Kramer, and Kramer's new girlfriend Leslie (Wendel Meldrum), who is a "low-talker", someone who speaks so softly that she is often not understood. George wants to come, but his mother tells him he is going to dinner with her and his father.
That night at dinner, Kramer tells Elaine and Jerry that Leslie is a clothing designer and has designed a new puffy shirt "like the pirates used to wear." When he leaves to go to the bathroom, Elaine explains to Leslie that Jerry is making an appearance on The Today Show to
"Hank's Bully" is the 200th episode in the FOX animated television series King of the Hill, and was the 14th episode broadcast in the 10th season.
When new neighbors move to Rainey Street, their son, Caleb, (Paul Butcher) starts to harass and torment Hank. Caleb starts by taunting Hank, playing with his tools in his workshop, and riding his bike all over Hank's lawn. Then Caleb begins to call Hank names like "Dusty Old Bones, Full of Green Dust". When Hank tells Caleb's parents, Jim and Lila, about their son's actions, they take no disciplinary action and instead adoringly write off Caleb's behavior as creativity and his way of expressing friendship.
Caleb's behavior eventually pushes Hank over the edge, and he takes Caleb's bike away from him in order to teach him some respect. That evening, Caleb returns and demands his bike back. When Hank tells him that he needs to ask nicely, Caleb simply says "Oh yeah?", and opens Hank's door all the way to reveal his parents and two police officers standing behind him. Hank tries to explain to the officers that Caleb is out of control, but they refuse to listen and order Hank to give the bike back. After this, Caleb's behavior goes from bad
Skinwalkers is the tenth episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Mark Warshaw, Brian Peterson and Kelly Souders and was directed by Marita Grabiak. It originally aired on November 26, 2002.
A foreman dies at the construction site of the new LuthorCorp offices after he had a confrontation with a local Native American who wants to preserve the ancient caves below the area. Clark stumbles upon the cave by accident and through the Native American's grand-daughter, he finds out that the paintings on the cave walls foretell his arrival to Earth and may not be created by the indigenous peoples after all.
"The Man from Nowhere" is the fifteenth episode of the popular 1969 ITC British television series Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) starring Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope and Annette Andre. The episode was first broadcast on 28 December 1969 on the ITV. Directed by Robert Tronson.
A man enters Jeannie's life pretending that he is Marty returned from the dead. As he gradually builds Jeannie's trust with his alarming knowledge of Marty's life, Jeff, suspicious from the beginning (with Marty familiar with the man but unable to recall) finds that he is a runaway member of a gang and has taken Jeannie to the Cotswolds where she and Marty had their honeymoon. Seeming very inquistive about recalling the details of where they had an accident it turns out the Marty imposter had stashed away a hoard of stolen silver years and years ago and that he was the other driver of the car where they had the accident after he had done it. He turns out that he was misleading Jeannie all along just to help locate his treasure, leaving Jeannie confused as to why he didn't just ask her in two seconds flat.
In this episode Jeannie once again falls for the deceivement of another man, this time pretending to be
"Enemies" is the 17th episode of season 3 of the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Buffy and Faith meet a demon (named Skyler in the script, though his name is not spoken) who offers to sell "the Books of Ascension" for $5000. When Faith reports this the Mayor, he asks her to kill the demon and take the books.
At the library, the Scooby Gang discusses "ascension" but they know very little about it until Willow suggests checking in a book which Giles was trying to hide from her due to its magical content.
Faith finds the demon, who is desperate to get out of Sunnydale before the Mayor's ascension, and kills him. She goes to Angel, saying she is upset over what she has become, and tries to seduce him so that he will lose his soul through happiness, but she cannot distract him from his devotion to Buffy. The Mayor therefore hires a mysterious cloaked sorcerer to take Angel's soul in the "most painful way imaginable."
Xander gets the demon's address from Willy; Buffy goes to find him, and Faith tags along. They find the demon dead and Buffy is worried by Faith's strange behavior about it. Buffy tells Willow that she saw Faith kiss Angel; Willow urges Buffy to talk to Angel
"Tabula Rasa" (Latin for blank slate) is the third episode of the first season of Lost. It was directed by Jack Bender and written by Damon Lindelof. It first aired on October 6, 2004 on ABC. The character of Kate Austen (Evangeline Lilly) is featured in the episode's flashbacks.
In flashbacks, Kate is in Australia and is awakened by a farmer, Ray Mullen (Nick Tate), who wants to know why she is sleeping in his barn. Using the alias Annie, Kate is offered a job on the farm. When she later leaves the farm, she accepts a ride from Ray to the train station, but learns that he is planning to turn her in to the authorities to claim reward money. When she sees US Marshal Edward Mars (Fredric Lane) driving behind them, she jerks the wheel and causes the vehicle to crash off the road. She loses her chance to escape, however, when she pulls Ray from the burning vehicle and the US marshall captures Kate at gunpoint.
The signal party; Kate Austen, Sayid Jarrah (Naveen Andrews), Charlie Pace (Dominic Monaghan), James "Sawyer" Ford (Josh Holloway), Boone Carlyle (Ian Somerhalder) and Shannon Rutherford (Maggie Grace), return down the mountain, but decide not to tell the others about the French
You're My Best Friend is an episode of That '70s Show.
Even though Hyde does not want a bachelor party, the guys decide to throw him one anyway, but problems come along the way. Meanwhile, Jackie wants to have a girls night out with Donna, but once Samantha comes along, Jackie does not want her there.
"Sounds Like" is the fourth episode of the second season of Masters of Horror. It is directed by Brad Anderson, and originally aired in North America on November 17, 2006.
Quality control supervisor Larry Pearce (Chris Bauer) spends his days monitoring the nuances of his tech support staff's telephone conversations. Listening is his life. However, after his young son's death, he experiences a supernaturally heightened sense of hearing, Larry is forced to take violent action to silence the horrific cacophony in his head. He comes home to find that everything, including the small appliances, creates insufferable noise.
"The Competition" is the seventh episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on November 2, 1985.
Sophia is excited by a telegram one day-old boyfriend Augustine Bagatelli is coming to Miami! The two were sweethearts in Sicily, and Sophia feels nervous and shy. Meanwhile, Rose reveals her nasty comptetive streak for the first time due to an upcoming bowling tournnament. She is originally paired with Blanche, but when she hears of Dorothy's high school bowling prowess, she drops her. This prompts Blanche to pair up with Olga Nielstrom, Rose's bowling rival. Irate, Rose teams up with Helga Nielstrom, Olga's twin sister. While this merry-go-round of teams occurs, Augustine arrives. He and Sophia have a wonderful time remembering the old neighborhood and telling stories, and Augustine invites her back to Sicily for a visit. Sophia is eager to go, but Dorothy forbids her. Sophia is hurt, but not as hurt as Blanche is when she announces that the Nielstrom twins are back together in the tournament! Rose tries to pair up with Dorothy again, but the former's cruel treatment prompts Dorothy to team with Blanche instead. Left with no one to bowl with, Rose is annoyed-but Sophia agrees
"Premiere" (also known as "Pilot") is the series premiere of the television series The O.C., which premiered on the Fox network on August 5, 2003. Written by series creator Josh Schwartz and directed by executive producer Doug Liman, the episode depicts the introduction of troubled teenager Ryan Atwood (Benjamin McKenzie) into the wealthy lifestyle of the Cohen family in Newport Beach, Orange County, California.
The casting directors, Patrick J. Rush and Alyson Silverberg, began selecting the principal cast eight to ten weeks before filming started. The role of Ryan was particularly hard to cast. Seth Cohen (Adam Brody) was based on Schwartz's experiences at the University of Southern California as a "neurotic Jewish kid from the East Coast in a land of water polo players". Other central characters in the episode are Seth's parents—Sandy (Peter Gallagher) and Kirsten (Kelly Rowan)—and teenage next-door neighbor Marissa Cooper (Mischa Barton).
The series premiere led the first half-hour of its time slot in viewership. It was generally well received by critics, and earned Schwartz a Writers Guild of America Award nomination for Best Screenplay in an Episodic Drama. Rush and
"Lost in Parking Space, Part Two" is the thirtieth episode of the animated television series Drawn Together.
Picking up where the previous episode left off, the housemates in the van are in a panic. Desperate for water, Toot grabs hold of Ling-Ling's aquarium. Toot suffers detailed internal damage and hallucinates a polar bear monster with a scorpion tail outside the van (actually an old woman). All but Ling-Ling believe her. The housemates cower in fear from the old woman and Hero accidentally suffocates Ling-Ling. The group decides to eat him.
Clara promises loyalty to the delivery driver, promising to fulfill his fantasies. He uses her to use the carpool lane. Bored, Clara notes an ox by the side of the road...a nice ox. Realizing she has broken the Ninth Commandment, "Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's ox", she realizes she loves evil. She takes control of the van, kills several people and dumps Satan/the driver into a pool of mutant babies, who devour him. She ends up heading to the mall.
Xandir bonds with two hobos who live in the mall parking lot. After some time of filthy living, Xandir realizes, via a talk with the old woman Toot spotted before (and a Lion King
"Past Tense" is the eleventh episode in the first season of The Venture Bros.
As a priest recites a funeral rite over a coffin, Dr. Venture accidentally causes the X-1 to plow through the graveyard. Venture asks the priest where the Sorayama funeral is.
At the funeral, Dr. Venture reminisces about the dearly departed, Mike Sorayama. In a flashback, Venture is starting to lose his hair. He also has an acne problem, but seems more self-confident. His friend Mike Sorayama is a Japanese man with a Minnesotan accent. Venture questions the chemistry textbook he notices on Mike's desk, and Mike admits he is tutoring a girl named Leslie Cohen. A young Pete White enters the room and proclaims that Mike has a "tiny, Chiney chubby" for Leslie. Ignoring Sorayama, White and Venture complain about their roommates. Venture's roommate turns out to be Brock. White's rommate is Werner Ünderbheit, sporting a moplike head of hair, a tan and an intact jawline. Venture mentions a creepy guy in his creative writing class with long eyebrows and an obsession with Monarch butterflies. The flashback is broken with Hank and Dean's disbelief that their father and Brock attended college with these people.
is the fifth episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Evangelion Unit 00 is finally repaired after it went berserk during the experiment it was in before the first episode. Shinji Ikari tries to get to know the pilot of Unit 00, Rei Ayanami, but finds that she is incredibly insular, has no friends, and all records of her past have been erased. A new and powerful Angel arrives: Ramiel, a floating monolithic metallic diamond, which nearly kills Shinji.
"The Sopranos" (also known as "Pilot") is the pilot episode of the HBO television drama series The Sopranos, which premiered on January 10, 1999. It was written and directed by series creator/executive producer David Chase.
New Jersey-based mobster Tony Soprano of the DiMeo crime family unexpectedly becomes short of breath and passes out while barbecuing. After his doctors are unable to find any physical problem with Tony, his collapse is diagnosed as a panic attack. He is referred to psychiatrist Jennifer Melfi. In their first meeting, the two discuss the events that led to his collapse.
Presenting himself as a "waste management consultant", Tony begins detailing the day of his attack to Dr. Melfi. Tony is initially uncooperative, expressing scorn for the practice of psychiatry. He tells Dr. Melfi about the stress of his business life—he has a feeling that he has come in at the end of something and describes a reverence for times past. Tony tells Dr. Melfi a story about a family of ducks landing in his pool and nesting there. He has a little stress in his home life with his daughter, Meadow, associating with a friend, Hunter Scangarelo, whom his wife feels is a bad influence.
"Treble Cross" is the 21st episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 23 February 1968 (1968-02-23) on ATV Midlands, was written by Tony Barwick and directed by Alan Perry.
In this episode, Captain Black engineers the death of a test pilot as part of a plot to obliterate the world capital, Futura City, but it is discovered that his victim has in fact been revived in hospital.
World Air Force test pilot Major Gravener is en route to Slaton Airbase when Captain Black, at the wheel of a truck, extends a beam with false headlamps in front of the oncoming vehicle to dazzle Gravener's driver, Harris. Fearing a collision with another vehicle, Harris swerves the car into a lake and both men appear to drown. Doctors Mitchell and Baxter pass the accident scene in their vehicle and notice the clinically dead Gravener in the water, transporting him to Slaton Hospital and eventually reviving him with the assistance of a stasis and recovery unit. Meanwhile, a Mysteron reconstruction of Gravener commandeers an XK-107 bomber, armed with a nuclear warhead, out of Slaton Airbase. However, when it is reported that this
"The Boyfriend" is a two part episode of the sitcom Seinfeld. It makes up the 34th and 35th episodes of the show, and 17th and 18th episodes of the show's third season. It first aired on February 12, 1992. In the 'extras' section of the Season 3 DVD, Jerry Seinfeld says it is his favorite episode. Upon its first airing it was initially titled "The New Friend".
Jerry meets his idol, former New York Mets baseball player Keith Hernandez (appearing as himself) and wants to make a good impression. Meanwhile, George is out of time on his unemployment and he works harder than ever on his scheme to get a 13-week extension. He tells the unemployment office he was close to a job with Vandelay Industries, a company that makes latex products and whose main office is Jerry's apartment. The plan backfires when Kramer, unaware of George's scheme, answers Jerry's phone. Kramer and Newman accuse Hernandez of spitting on them during a Mets game at Shea Stadium; however, Jerry supports the "second-spitter theory" that Hernandez was not involved. Keith asks Jerry about Elaine's status. Keith makes a date with her and breaks a date with Jerry.
Having been busted by his unemployment officer, George
"The Contest" is the 51st episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. The 11th episode of the fourth season, it aired on November 18, 1992. In the episode, George Costanza tells Jerry Seinfeld, Elaine Benes and Cosmo Kramer that his mother caught him unaware while he was masturbating. The conversation results in George, Jerry, Elaine and Kramer entering into a contest to determine who can go for the longest period of time without masturbating.
The episode was controversial when broadcast because NBC thought that masturbation was not a topic suitable for prime time television. As a result, the word "masturbation" is never used in the episode. Instead, the subject is described using a series of euphemisms, while the meaning of the subject is still made clear to the audience. The writer of the episode, Larry David, won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Writing in a Comedy Series for his work on the episode. One euphemism used in the episode is "master of my domain", said by a character when still in the contest. It has become a catchphrase in popular culture, although it is not always used in reference to masturbation.
The fourth season of Seinfeld has a
10:00PM-11:00PM is the seventeenth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
After receiving word from the ambassador of the unnamed Middle Eastern country that he was preparing to unleash a nuclear weapon upon that Fayed's country had taken one of its top generals into custody for collaborating with the terrorist Abu Fayed, President Wayne Palmer aborts the nuclear strike. He later reveals to Tom Lennox that the strike was a ruse; in fact, the weapon launched contained no nuclear payload.
After realizing that Fayed will not reveal any information about the remaining nuclear weapons on American soil, Jack Bauer decides to return him to CTU so that Agent Burke can extract the information via chemicals that affect the body. However, en route to CTU, the vehicle carrying Fayed is ambushed and he is taken away.
The ambush, however, is revealed to be a ruse set up by CTU in an effort to trick Fayed into giving up the information. He demands to speak to the now-apprehended General Habib before cooperating with his ostensible liberators. After the President forces the ambassador to make the call possible, Fayed eventually speaks to General Habib. But the general clandestinely
The episode begins with Faith screaming at a horror movie she is watching with Hope and Charley. Then Sydney comes in from the movies. When Hope asks her, Sydney doesn't reply but she talks to Faith about it instead. Turns out that Sydney has a crush on a boy named James at school.
The following day Sydney comes in and tries to hide the fact that she failed her test. And she needs her mom and dad to sign it. She gets her Aunt Faith to sign it, tricking her that it's an autograph. After that, Faith learns that she doesn't have a diploma because she failed her French final. Faith decides to retake the French test and along the way, Hope finds out about the test.
Faith makes Hope come along to her French lesson where they are constantly annoyed by the teacher. James introduces himself to Hope and Faith but shortly after, Hope gets kicked out for talking to Faith. Faith does some matchmaking of her own and gets Sydney and James together after school because Hope has to go to a meeting. However things don't go as planned because James is shirtless with only his boxers on in front of Faith!! Sydney and Hope both come in and are shocked! Charley comes in also and they get James to
"Downloaded" is the eighteenth episode of the second season of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series. It aired originally on the Sci Fi Channel on February 24, 2006.
The episode takes place alongside the rest of the re-imagined series, with 49,579 human survivors left in the Fleet. The episode primarily details the lives of two specific Cylon models after their apparent destruction who were declared Cylon heroes. One model is "Caprica-Six", the copy of Number Six who was responsible for disabling the Colonial defense system prior to the events of the miniseries. The other model is Sharon "Boomer" Valerii, a sleeper agent who was a member of the crew of Galactica.
The concept of a Cylon-centric episode was proposed long before the episode aired, in an episode which would have seen the Cylons discuss their equivalent of the "Final Solution". "Downloaded" instead focuses on showing the personality of the Cylon race, in particular, Caprica-Six and Boomer. The episode was universally well-received despite its unconventional format.
The episode primarily takes place on Cylon-occupied Caprica. After the Fall of the Twelve Colonies, the copy of Number Six (Tricia Helfer)
Nutcracker Sweet is the second episode of the first season of Robot Chicken.
Little girl's crayon drawing of her being married to Seth Green.
Giraffe getting run over by a train.
The Kool-Aid Man getting cracked with a baseball. His famous catchphrase is changed to "Oh no!".
Voltron faces off an enemy à la You Got Served-style to a parodied version of DMX's "Get it on the Floor".
Little girl's crayon drawing of her being married to Stalin.
A spoon and a knife sneak away to a cheap hotel, the spoon hoping that the knife brought protection.
Kids crying around a Barney spoof.
"Secrets of the Animal Kingdom" presents several short documentaries:
Secrets of the Animal Kingdom presents "The Mongoose: Nature's Assassin" He may be small, but he's one of the fiercest killers in the animal kingdom. He's precise and deadly - especially on a grassy knoll in Dallas.
Secrets of the Animal Kingdom presents "The Hyena: Nature's A**hole" No animal is immune from the tormenting cackle of the hyena.
Secrets of the Animal Kingdom presents "The Lemming: Nature's Retard". Multiple examples are given: Jumping over a cliff, running into oncoming traffic, jumping into a blender while yelling "Freedom",
"Showtime" is the eleventh episode of the seventh and final season of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
A young woman gets off a bus at a bus station at night and heads to a payphone to find the number for Buffy Summers. Before she can find the number, one of the Bringers appears behind her with a knife. She backs away to escape the cloaked figure and others like him until she hits a wall, but before the Bringers can attack, Buffy arrives and rescues the young Potential Slayer. Once Buffy disposes of the Bringers, Buffy welcomes the frightened woman, Rona, to Sunnydale. At the Summers house, Willow struggles to sleep on the floor of her room while Kennedy talks constantly from her spot on the bed. Kennedy talks about the luxurious life she had when she was younger, prompts Willow to do some magic and repeatedly attempts to get Willow to join her on the bed, making Willow uncomfortable.
Downstairs, Molly tells several new Slayers-in-Training about the recently killed Anabelle. Xander suggests they be quiet and sleep, but a still-bound and very bored Andrew suggests they speak louder. Buffy arrives with Rona and the gang is updated on the recent activities and findings.
"The Father, the Son, and J.C." is episode 108 in the Fox animated television series King of the Hill. This episode is rated TV-PG.
Hank receives a page for a propane emergency, and quickly responds. He finds that the emergency is that Buck Strickland is in jail, and needs to be bailed out and driven home. For his punishment, Buck is assigned a community service project in the form of a Habitat for Humanity house. Hank is floored to find that this is a punishment, as he had been on the waiting list for 2 years, and would love to take Buck's place. Buck allows him to do just that.
After Hank takes charge of Buck's punishment, Buck promotes him to the manager position, followed by a speech. Hank is choked up, and overtaken by emotion, and blurts out that he loves Buck in front of all of his friends and family, including Cotton. After the initial shock, Buck demotes Hank, back to his original assistant manager position.
Meanwhile, Cotton, surprisingly, is jealous, hurt, and angry. Hank never tells his father that he loved him. Hank is embarrassed, his friends are teasing him at every chance they get. Cotton un-invites Hank for Christmas, and Hank is shocked. Instead of reconciling, he
"First Strike" is the 60th episode and the third season finale of the science fiction television series Stargate Atlantis. The episode originally aired in Canada on February 5, 2007 on The Movie Network, and subsequently aired March 14 on Sky One in the United Kingdom, and June 22 on the United States Sci Fi Channel. It was written by executive producer Martin Gero, and directed by Martin Wood. The episode is the first of a three-parter, in which the new Earth ship Apollo arrives at Atlantis to conduct a preemptive strike against the Asurans before they can launch a fleet to attack Earth.
"First Strike" was a beginning to a new direction for the series. It aired alongside "Unending", the series finale of Stargate SG-1. At the time it was considered the best episode the producers have done, and featured one of the longest visual effects sequences in the series. The episode earned Stargate Atlantis the strongest ratings since the mid-season hiatus, and was generally well received.
The newest Earth warship, Apollo, arrives at Atlantis. Its commander, Abe Ellis (Michael Beach), informs the Expedition that recon missions have discovered the Asurans building ships on their homeworld,
"The Moth" is the seventh episode of the first season of Lost. The episode was directed by Jack Bender and written by Jennifer Johnson and Paul Dini. It first aired on November 3, 2004 on ABC. The character of Charlie Pace (Dominic Monaghan) is featured in the episode's flashbacks.
Charlie is in church confessing his sins. He comes out of confession and sees his older brother, Liam Pace (Neil Hopkins), who tells Charlie that DriveShaft has a recording contract.
Charlie doesn’t want to sign the record contract because he has qualms about the sex and drugs the band engages in. Liam talks him into signing, promising that Charlie can quit any time he's had enough. One evening at a show, Liam starts singing the chorus to "You All Everybody", which is supposed to be sung by Charlie. He yells at Liam after the show, but Liam reassures him it won't happen again.
Another flashback shows Charlie finding Liam high on heroin with groupies. Charlie kicks them out, and tells Liam that he's done with the band. Liam says no, which causes Charlie to use heroin for the first time. Years later, Charlie visits Liam's house in Australia and wants him to rejoin DriveSHAFT for their comeback tour. Liam
"Bushwhacked" is the third episode of the science fiction television series Firefly created by Joss Whedon.
The crew of Serenity comes across a transport ship drifting in space. After recovering a terrified survivor and a valuable cargo, they are pulled in by an Alliance cruiser. While the Alliance commander grills each member of the crew, it appears that Reaver-spawned violence has not yet run its course.
Serenity encounters a drifting space craft which turns out to be a short-range scow converted to a settler transport to the "Outer Planets". Mal decides to check out the derelict in order to either help survivors or loot the dead. He sends his crew off in teams to explore the ship, while he and Zoe head to a section that he suspects holds the more valuable supplies.
They arrive in a room, followed shortly by River who points out mutilated passengers hanging from the ceiling. Mal orders everyone to regroup in the engine room, but en-route Jayne is hit from behind by an unseen attacker, whom Jayne shoots blindly. Mal finds the wounded man hiding behind an air grate and they bring him back to the ship.
As Simon treats the wounded man, Mal announces that he must be the lone survivor
"Blowback" is the 84 episode of the drama television series NCIS.
NCIS captures an Israeli weapon smuggler who sold faulty weapons to Zaire. As a favor to Mossad, they are returning him to Zaire in exchange for information that Mossad desires. During the plane trip the smuggler reveals that ARES, a top-secret Navy weapon system, is on sale on the black market. In the light of this new information, Gibbs and his team return back to D.C. where they tail a man who developed the system and is now selling it to the highest bidder.
During the investigations the team discovers that a man who has been watched by Tony during a special mission assigned to him by the director is amongst the bidders. Ziva and McGee are told not to bring the weapon's specialist in but rather to tail him. Unfortunately he discovers that he is under surveillance and tries to run, but dies of heart failure in the chase. To catch the weapon dealer interested in ARES, Ducky has to go undercover to Canada as the now dead specialist. He goes to the rendezvous point, where the buyer introduces himself as La Grenouille. During the exchange, one of La Grenouille's assistants, who is a CIA informant, relays information to
"Blue Collar Scrooge" is the ninety-fourth episode of the Disney animated television series DuckTales.
One day, in the mansion McDuck, Fenton Crackshell this counting the profits of the businesses of Scrooge, but Scrooge not this happy one because it waited to gain more money. Then Huey, Dewey and Louie enter in the office saying to the uncle Scrooge who is the day to make a visit surprise its plant of the Skateboard. Later Scrooge, its nephews and Fenton are making the visit surprise the plant. The workers show one skateboard that the nephews want, but Scrooge refuses because already they have many toys. Later that Scrooge if keeps moved away the workers they offer skateboard to the nephews as present. Later, in the McDuck mansion, Scrooge receives a call from a millionaire who wants to buy the plant of Skateboard McDuck. Fenton says that Scrooge cannot make this, but Scrooge prefers to vender the plant to start richer. When Scrooge to walk below the hall, slides accidentally in one skateboard, is beaten outside and stroke in the head. Later that the fall, Scrooge starts the amnesia and does not remember who is. Later that it starts outside retroceded of some restaurants of the
"The Captain's Hand" is the seventeenth episode of the second season of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica television series. It aired originally on the Sci Fi Channel on February 17, 2006.
Apollo, freshly promoted to Major, is assigned to the Battlestar Pegasus to assist her new captain, Commander Barry Garner, the ship's former senior engineer. When two Pegasus Raptors sent out on a routine training mission by Captain Starbuck disappear from DRADIS, Commander Garner places all blame on Starbuck, implying that she is negligent.
On Galactica, a pregnant teen stowaway is discovered who seeks an abortion by Dr. Cottle. She requests political asylum while her Geminese family demands that she be returned to them. When the issue is brought to President Roslin, she initially embraces the legality of abortion prior to the Cylon attack, but is pressured by the representative of Gemenon - an important constituency for Roslin's run for reelection. When discussing this with Admiral Adama, he points out the need of babies for the survival of the human race. Vice President Baltar provides a calculation that at the current rate humanity will become extinct in 18 years.
On Pegasus, Starbuck
is the sixth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
At the beginning of the episode, Wayne Palmer is finishing giving his speech about the nuclear explosion.Karen Hayes later confronts Tom Lennox about the unauthorized detention centers, but he claims he's just preparing them in case the President authorizes them. Lennox then talks to his deputy chief of staff, Reed Pollock and asks him to get rid of Hayes. Meanwhile at CTU Nadia Yassir complains to Bill Buchanan that she is being slowed down because of racial profiling. However, Bill tells her to keep working until he sorts things out.
Back at Graem's mansion, Jack suffocates Graem and asks him the whereabouts of their dad Philip. Graem first denies his knowledge of where Philip was. When Jack threatens to torture him again, Graem admits that BXJ is connected to the nuclear detonation earlier and Philip went to try to clean things up by staking out McCarthy's office. Jack then unties Graem and forces him to McCarthy's office. When he is in the car, he asks Bill at CTU to send two tactical teams to met him at McCarthy's. Meanwhile, McCarthy, still in his car, informs Fayed that he hasn't found a person to reprogram the
12:00PM-1:00PM is the seventh episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
Jack Bauer, now reunited with his estranged father Phillip, is sent off to be killed, along with his father, on Graem's orders. The van arrives at a remote quarry/construction site where there is a large hole in the ground with wet cement at the bottom and a cement truck parked nearby, indicating that Jack and Phillip are to be shot and then entombed in concrete. However, as the two men are asked to kneel at the edge of the hole by the two men guarding them from behind, Phillip manages to distract the guard next to him, which allows Jack to disable first that guard, then the one who had been responsible for him. After Jack had disabled the guard near his father, Phillip was able to disarm the guard and take his weapon, but before Jack can question the second guard, Phillip kills the guard in apparent vengeance. Jack notifies CTU and orders a tactical team to surround Graem's house.
Meanwhile, a file that was sent from McCarthy to Fayed was intercepted by CTU. It contained information, including a photo, of the engineer McCarthy had found to re-program the triggers of the suitcase nukes for Fayed.
"Blind Ambitions" is the twenty-third episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on March 29, 1986.
After recently losing her sight, Rose's sister Lily must deal with life as a blind person. Meanwhile, in order to buy a new TV, the girls hold a garage sale but find it difficult to part with things.
"Red" is the fourth episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Jeph Loeb and was directed by Jeff Woolnough. It originally aired on October 15, 2002.
Clark goes against his father's wishes and purchases an expensive graduation ring. The problem is, the ring consists of red meteor rock. Rather than affecting Clark physically like the green rocks, the red rocks affect him mentally as his better judgment disappears and he quickly goes out of control with his powers, using them for harm and for his own purposes. Clark also has another encounter with the red meteor rock in the episode "Rush".
"Second Motherhood" is the nineteenth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on February 15, 1986.
Blanche is romanced by a rich suitor with two small children. This dampens his proposal of marriage as Blanche ponders being a mother again. Meanwhile, Dorothy and Rose try to fix the bathroom plumbing after a chauvinistic plumber thinks they can't do it.
Slave Island is a suburb in Colombo, Sri Lanka located directly south of the Fort area of Colombo. The name Slave Island was given during the period of British occupation and administration, and refers to the situation under Portuguese and Dutch administration when slaves were held there, most of them from Africa. Most of the slaves later returned to Africa. However, a very small group of African descendants are scattered throughout Sri Lanka and are collectively known as Sri Lankan Kaffirs. The suburb contains Beira Lake, a large lake and its esplanade is visited by many for recreation. Slave Island is mostly a commercial area with hotels and shopping centres.
Slave Island is a multicultural area. The larger ethnic communities in Slave Island are the Sri Lankan Moors and Sinhalese. There are also various minorities such as Burghers, Malays and others. Religions include Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Christianity and various other religions and beliefs.
Slave Island is served by the Slave Island Railway Station. Built with Victorian-era architectural embellishments, the station carries significant architectural and historic value. The building features stylish arches, intricate
"The Operation" is the eighteenth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on February 8, 1986.
During a tap dance rehearsal with Rose and Blanche, Dorothy injures her foot and is later hesitant about having foot surgery just as she is scheduled to dance with Rose and Blanche in a dance recital. With Dorothy out of the recital, the other two must re-work their act.
Cheer Factor is the one hundred and sixty-second episode in the FOX comedy King of the Hill. This episode is rated TV-PG V.
The Hills are at an Arlen Longhorns football game. To everyone's dismay, the team is losing badly. The cheerleaders come out and do their dance routine instead of cheering for the team, which makes the fans even more unhappy. Peggy is particularly displeased. The team loses and everyone takes it out on principal's car. Bobby is the mascot, but he can do little to enthuse the crowd.
The next day, Peggy volunteers as an assistant cheer coach, hoping to bring the cheerleading squad back on track. Jo Rita, the head cheer coach, is displeased by Peggy's assessment, bragging about all the awards she has won for the dance routines and pointing out that the cheerleaders do not win awards based on how well the football team does.
At another football game, the Longhorns are once again losing badly. The cheerleaders dance, but Peggy decides to get in the stands and chant "Arlen, Arlen, Fight Fight Fight, move that ball with all your might!" over and over again. The audience quickly joins her, and the players are whipped into action enough to win. The principal is
Zero is the 14th episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Alfred Gough and Miles Millar and was directed by Michael Katleman. It originally aired on March 12, 2002.
Jude Royce, a nemesis presumed to be dead for three years resurfaces in Smallville and stalks Lex. It turns out that the man's fiancￃﾩ was the one who shot him and her brother used a look-alike to get revenge against Lex. Chloe uncovers inconsistencies concerning Clark's adoption.
Corin Nemec from Parker Lewis Can't Lose has a role as Jude Royce.
Calling is the 22nd episode of the second season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Kenneth Biller and was directed by Terrence O'Hara. It originally aired on May 13, 2003.
Dr. Walden wakes up from his coma and tells Lex and Lionel that Clark is an alien and must be destroyed. Meanwhile, a romantic encounter between Clark and Lana hints at a promising future, but after Chloe finds out they are together, Lana pulls back.
Can't You Hear Me Knocking is the 166th episode of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show. It is the 13th episode of the seventh season.
Hyde is on his own now that Jackie has broken up with him. Jackie goes to a karate class with Donna to take her mind off Hyde. Red and Kitty go ice fishing for the day, even though Red was looking forward to going alone.
Eric, Kelso, and Fez get Hyde a "special present" and celebrate in the basement. Kelso raises conversation about the Russia having a death ray and they are threatening to kill the President. Trying to prove it, he calls the White House and obliquely threatens to harm the President, and proceeds to mention that he's calling from Red Forman's house in Point Place. A black Sedan appears outside the Formans' house and the guys start to get suspicious. They sit down and figure it out with another circle in the living room. There is a knock at the door and they decide to answer it. It is a man delivering a vacuum cleaner, but the guys suspect that he is a fed. They take the vacuum cleaner and think there is a bug or wire in it. The guys start to become paranoid and destroy the vacuum. When Kelso suggests that they could have just left the
"Dangerous Rendezvous" is the 19th episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 9 February 1968 (1968-02-09) on ATV Midlands, was written by Tony Barwick and directed by Brian Burgess. In this sequel episode to "Crater 101", Spectrum uses the crystal pulsator recovered from the Mysteron complex on the Moon to contact the Mysterons and propose a cessation of hostilities in the war of nerves.
Following the second Moon mission, Dr Kurnitz has discovered that the Crystal Pulsator could be used for communication with the Mysteron complex on Mars. Captain Scarlet escorts Kurnitz to Cloudbase, where a transmission device has been constructed. The Pulsator is integrated with the circuitry and Colonel White, now on-air, recalls the disastrous Zero-X Mars mission, insisting that Captain Black's attack was motivated by fear rather than aggression. White ends his message with an offer of peace. Meanwhile, in their latest threat, the Mysterons have targeted Cloudbase itself, stating that it will be destroyed at midnight. Hourly Mysteron Detector sweeps have so far checked negative for suspicious devices.
Two hours after
Incident On and Off a Mountain Road is the premiere episode of the first season of Masters of Horror directed by Don Coscarelli. It originally aired in North America on October 28, 2005. The screenplay is based on an original short story by American author Joe R. Lansdale.
While driving on a secluded mountain road Ellen (Bree Turner) loses control of her vehicle and collides with an abandoned car on the side of the road. When checking to see if the other driver is all right, she finds a trail of blood leading into the forest. Following it, she encounters a deformed serial killer known as Moonface (John DeSantis), dragging the driver of the other vehicle. Narrowly escaping him, Ellen flees into the forest, with Moonface following her trail.
Through flashbacks spread throughout she is shown receiving training from her survivalist husband Bruce (Ethan Embry), training her with both weapons and guerrilla tactics. She attempts to use these skills several times, but despite her best efforts is still captured by the killer, taken to his workshop deep in the forest on a ridge overlooking a large waterfall.
After awakening in the basement, filled with the corpses of Moonface's previous
Red and Stacey is episode 406 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
Red tries to fix Eric up with Stacey, a PriceMart cashier. He is surprised to find out she has a crush on him instead, which Kitty finds amusing. Jackie and Donna give Rhonda a makeover for her first date with Fez.
Shimmer is the tenth episode of the first season of the WB original series, Smallville. The episode was written by Mark Verheiden and Michael Green and was directed by D.J. Caruso. It originally aired on January 29, 2002.
Amy Palmer (Azura Skye), the daughter of one of Lex's employees, is obsessed with Lex. This causes her brother Jeff Palmer (Kett Turton)to use his powers of invisibility to stalk Lex and attach Lex's girlfriend Victoria. Clark uses his x-ray vision to intervene. Also, Lana is driven to Clark because Whitney has become distant due to his fathers illness.
"Small Victories" is the first episode from season four of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1. Penned by Robert C. Cooper and directed by Martin Wood, the episode first aired on the American subscription channel Showtime on June 30, 2000. "Small Victories" resumes the story of the season 3 finale, "Nemesis", in which the SG-1 team encountered the Replicators for the first time. As the Replicators threaten Earth and the Asgard home galaxy, the team must split to master their job.
"Small Victories" was another visual effects milestone for the series. The Replicators and the Asgard character Thor were computer-animated for parts of the episode. Some scenes were filmed in and outside of a Russian Foxtrot class submarine. "Small Victories" was nominated for Best Special Effects in 2001 for an Emmy, a Gemini Award and a Leo Award.
Confident that the destruction of Thor's starship has ended the Replicator threat to Earth ("Nemesis"), the SG-1 team returns home through the second Stargate that has been put up at Stargate Command. Shortly after they learn that a Russian Foxtrot class submarine has been hijacked by creatures whose descriptions match the Replicators, Thor
"Take Him, He's Mine" is the twenty-eighth episode of The Golden Girls, originally airing on October 11, 1986.
Sophia and Rose partner up with each other to start running a sandwich business. They hope to make some easy money by selling lunch to passers-by in the city streets who are on the way to work. Also, Dorothy is dating a naval commodore named Geoffrey, who so far has been very nice to her. Unfortunately, Stan drops by before Dorothy sets out. To her shock, his business has failed, and needs Dorothy's moral support to help him recover. He sets himself and Dorothy up on a date, but Dorothy, already having plans, sends Blanche out with Stan. Despite the bizarre nature of her date, Blanche was satisfied with Stan, and with Dorothy's permission, goes out with him again. Sophia and Rose reveal two days later that they are competing with a salesman named Johnny No-Thumbs, who has mob connections. Also, Geoffrey dumped Dorothy, leaving her dreadfully disappointed. Suddenly, Blanche comes home from her date with Stan at 5 A.M. in the morning, making Dorothy extremely jealous. Blanche tries to explain to Dorothy that there is nothing major between them, but fails when she
is the second episode of the anime series Neon Genesis Evangelion.
Shinji Ikari, in his attempt to fight the Angel Sachiel, loses consciousness and wakes up in a hospital the next day with no memory of the battle. The Human Instrumentality Committee convenes, chastising Gendo Ikari and deciding that a coverup for the events of the previous night is necessary. The structural damage to Tokyo-3 is repaired, under NERV's supervision. Misato Katsuragi picks Shinji up at the hospital. Unhappy that he will be living alone, she becomes his guardian and takes him into her apartment. After picking up food at a local convenience store, Misato shows Shinji the cityscape, saying that Tokyo-3 is "the city that you helped to protect."
Shinji moves into Misato's apartment, but has difficulty opening up to her. Following an awkward dinner consisting merely of instant food, Shinji decides to take a bath. Upon opening the bathroom door, however, he sees a penguin, and runs out in surprise. This is Pen Pen, Misato's pet "hot springs" penguin. Misato and Shinji both, silently and separately, assess their relationship to each other.
Lying in bed, and unable to adjust to his new environment,
The Sleepwalker is the 6th episode of the TV series The Honeymooners. Ralph has to deal with a sleepwalking Norton.
Norton's wife Trixie comes down to the Kramden apartment in a panic - Norton is sleepwalking again, and she needs Ralph to get him safely back in bed. After noting how often Norton goes sleepwalking, Ralph goes out on the fire escape and gets Norton back to bed - before almost slipping himself! Ralph complains about the fact that Norton is able to get a good night's sleep - even stopping for a bite to eat in the middle of his sleepwalking - while Ralph has to suffer. Norton then comes down, compalining about the noise that Ralph is making, preventing Norton from getting sleep!
The next night, Ralph decides to try a different tactic. He has Norton stay with him in the apartment, while Alice goes upstairs to be with Trixie. To prevent Norton from sleepwalking again, he ties a string with a small bell around Norton's wrist, places a string around his toe and places tacks on the floor. However, even in Norton's slumber, he's able to slip out of the string and avoid the tacks while going on another nightly adventure.
Ralph finally decides to have Norton get some medical
11:00PM-12:00AM is the eighteenth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
Jack is debriefed by CTU after the remaining bombs are discovered. It is now known that the US military is going take over the custody of the bombs under presidential orders. After the debrief, Jack contacts Cheng Zhi, who is holding Audrey Raines. Cheng demands that Jack obtain a circuit board inside one of the bombs that would allow the Chinese government to gain information about the Russian military. Jack calls Chloe, who is in a briefing, and asks her to send the spec of the bombs. She hacks into Morris's system and sends it to Jack just before Morris comes back. Back in the White House bunker, President Palmer asks Lennox about Vice President Daniels' sudden decision to withdraw. Lennox reluctantly tells the President that he has a recording of Daniels conspiring to commit perjury. Karen then comes in the room and informs the President that the bomb crisis has ended. The President then orders his staff to transfer back to the Oval Office and set up a press conference.
Back in CTU, Morris notices that someone has hacked into his computer. Chloe then tells him that she did it for Jack. After she
is the thirteenth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
Vasili forces Jack Bauer down the stairs while the guard who had tried to help Jack is seen lying dead on the ground. When Vasili informs Markov about his plan of killing Jack, Jack attacks and kills Vasili in the process. Markov sees the killing through a camera and orders the guards to pursue Jack. He also orders the guards to shut down all of their communication system in order to prevent Jack from contacting CTU. Meanwhile back in CTU, former President Charles Logan is seen being escorted by secret service for his debrief. When he stays in holding, he complains to Chloe that he needs to talk to Bill. Bill, who is inside the conference room, introduces to all the CTU staffs about Mike Doyle, who is the new field op agent. Doyle demands that everyone to report to him as he is preparing for the assault on Russia Consulate. Pressman expresses disdain toward his demand and speaks up. After Doyle tells him to go back to work, Pressman tells Nadia that he and Doyle had a feud back in Denver.
Back in the White House bunker, Thomas Lennox is out of interrogation and heads to Acting President Daniels. Daniels tells him
is the fourteenth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
Injured from the blast inside the Russian embassy, Jack is ordered by Bill Buchanan to remain in CTU medical. Inside a waiting area, Jack speaks to Marilyn Bauer who tells him about Audrey Raines's accidental death while in China (presumed on a mission to locate Jack while in captivity). Furious, Jack confronts Chloe O'Brian and Bill separately, the two people Jack trusted the most, asking why he was never told about Audrey's mission to save Jack and her subsequent death. After he reads the file on Audrey, Jack demands to be reinstated to active duty, noting to Bill that once the current crisis is over, he will see revenge against the person(s) responsible for Audrey's death.
Fayed and Gredenko are able to launch a single drone while they move out of the area with the two remaining nuclear weapons to avoid detection. Fayed also blames Gredenko for trusting Markov. As the drone is launched, CTU tries to track its movement in order for the Air Force to shoot it down, but CTU's satellite feed is overridden by an unknown source. Chloe thinks that the source of the intercept was from within one of CTU's 500
is the fifteenth episode of Season 6 of the drama series 24.
After Jack and CTU intercepted the drone in the last episode, they shot the drone's pilot. When they rush him to the hospital, the drone's pilot dies. Jack, after calling Bill to inform him about the situation and learning about the impending nuclear strike, orders Doyle to search the site to try to find information regarding Gredenko. It is revealed that Nadia is not the mole when one of the CTU agents named Johnson reports to Doyle about the remote modules used to unknowingly infiltrate CTU's computer network. When Doyle prepares to take the evidence back to CTU, Johnson tells Doyle that he would look bad if he presents it to CTU since he is the one who accused Nadia. Johnson hands the modules to Doyle, reminding him about how he helped him back in Denver.
Back to Gredenko's location, Fayed comments that the drone is supposed to be detonated, yet there is nothing on the news. Gredenko also comments how the drone's pilot Victor hasn't called him, but he assures Fayed that their location is safe and they still have two bombs. Fayed, possibly feeling angry about their failure, points his gun at Gredenko and yells "I
"A House Divided" is the 25th and final episode in the third season (1979–80 season) and 54th overall of the television series Dallas, which is the episode known for spawning the 8-month "Who Shot J.R.?" hysteria. The episode ended with the mysterious shooting of J. R. Ewing (Larry Hagman) in his office by an assailant that would not be revealed until the following season. The episode served as both an introduction to the now common practice of season-ending cliffhangers and the beginning of an eight-month international media frenzy. The mystery was resolved in the fourth episode of the following season, entitled "Who Done It", which continues to be the second most-watched episode in TV history.
In the episode, nationalization of the Asian fields causes financial ruin that affects the cartel members and J.R. Ewing's banker. This leads to the suicide of cartel member Seth Stone (Buck Young). J.R. attempts to run both Kristin Shepard (Mary Crosby) and Alan Beam (Randolph Powell) out of town as they both plot revenge against him. He also attempts to move Sue Ellen Ewing (Linda Gray) back into a sanitarium. With Cliff Barnes (Ken Kercheval) having sought revenge upon J.R. based on an
"A Hundred Days" is an episode from Season 3 of the science fiction television series Stargate SG-1.
SG-1 visits the planet Edora to negotiate a trade deal for naquadah. The team views an annual meteor shower. During the "show" it becomes evident that the meteors are large enough to pose a serious threat to the planet. Laira, the leader of a local village, notes that the shower has been building in strength for several years.
SG-1 returns to Stargate Command to discuss the situation. Carter determines the annual shower is due to the planet passing through its system's asteroid belt, and that every 130 years it passes through a denser section. Because of this the planet is periodically bombarded with meteors that destroy the planet's surface and wipe out almost the entire population.
This time around, however, SG-1 is able to evacuate the Edorans back to Earth with the intention of transferring them back to Edora following the shower. Unfortunately, during the final evacuation, O'Neill and several dozen Edorans become trapped on the planet when a meteor hits the Stargate. The Edorans who escaped to Earth are forced to stay there until an alternate home can be found for them.
A Matter of Record is the 15th episode of the TV series The Honeymooners. Ralph cuts a record to sweet talk Alice after insulting her mother.
Ralph is already annoyed enough that Alice's mother wants to come over for a visit. However, he's even more perturbed, because he bought tickets for a Broadway show called Murder Strikes Out and wants to take Alice. Ralph tells Alice that her mother won't be able to resist making any cracks against him for 5 minutes. To prove his point, he sets an alarm clock and grudgingly keeps quiet during that time. Alice, meanwhile, threatens to leave with her mother when she lives if he insults her.
Things turn very badly when Alice's mother keeps making cracks at Ralph's expense. The final straw, though, is when she reveals that she already saw the show and "knew all along" that it was the husband, not the uncle, who had committed the crime. The alarm goes off, and Ralph yells in his mother-in-law's face, "You... are a BLABBERMOUTH!!" before forcing her out of the apartment. Alice is understandably upset about this, and walks out on Ralph, deciding to spend time with her mother. Norton enters the apartment, all set for the show, but Ralph decides
Afterglow is an episode from That 70s Show.
Kitty is surprised when Red buys her a motorcycle, and Eric is embarrassed when the gang finds out how Donna really feels about his performance in bed.
After Eric and Donna do it for the first time, Donna tells Eric it was the best she's ever had. Coming back Donna has a look on her face that leads Jackie to suspect she had sex, so they talk about it. She told her it was awkward and weird. Afterwards Jackie told Kelso after Donna told her not to tell anyone. Kelso decided to burn Eric by telling him in front of Hyde and Fez that Eric didn't perform in bed. Eric then gets mad at Donna for telling Jackie about how he performed and not telling him. Donna gets upset regretting that she might have ruined what they had. Jackie then gets mad at Kelso for burning Eric instead of helping him. Kelso thought the first time he was great, but Jackie tells him she said it sarcastically and he was bad too which helps Eric feel a little better. Donna goes around asking people hypothetically what their first time was like and Midge said it was very disappointing and she dumped him, Laurie can't remember who, and Kitty says that her and Red's first
"All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" is the eleventh episode of the American drama series first season of Lost. The episode was directed by Stephen Williams and written by Javier Grillo-Marxuach. It first aired on December 8, 2004, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC). In the episode, flashbacks reveal Jack Shephard being responsible for his father Christian's dismissal from a hospital after performing surgery while drunk. In the present, Jack and a team go searching for two fellow plane crash survivors after they are kidnapped by somebody who was not listed in the passenger manifest.
The flashbacks were inspired by Grillo-Marxuach's background as the son of a doctor, and the episode in general went through several changes in the writing stage, one of them being the creation of two new characters who help look for the missing survivors, who were then scrapped in favor of including regular character Boone Carlyle. "All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues" was watched by 18.88 million Americans and was met with positive reviews from critics, with several reviewers commending the scene in which Jack saves Charlie Pace.
Jack Shephard (Matthew Fox) operates on a woman who
"Bacon And Eggs" is the second episode of season five of the television situation comedy Will & Grace.
While stalking Kevin Bacon, Jack unexpectedly gets a job as the star's assistant. However, when he learns that Bacon only needs an assistant to hunt down the stalker, Jack begins playing both roles simultaneously. Grace, meanwhile, continues to be wooed by Leo - to Will's envy. And, in the aftermath of her husband's release from prison, Karen attempts to break up with Lionel by using Rosario only to find his sexual appeal extends to her as well.
"Crossroad Blues" is episode eight of the second season of the television series Supernatural. It deals with demonic possession and a creature known as a hellhound.
Sam and Dean Winchester try to help a man who has sold his soul to the devil to save the life of his terminally-ill wife. A Crossroads demon attempts to seduce Dean by trying to convince him to trade his soul for his father's. It claims John Winchester is now suffering in hell for saving Dean.
This article is about Hour 19 on Day 5 of the Fox Network TV series 24.
Jack calls Secretary Heller and tells him what just happened between Jack and Henderson. Jack said that Heller betrayed him, and Heller apologizes and tells Jack that he did what he thought was right for the country. Jack calls Chloe and tells her to help him track Henderson. The President calls Henderson and asks if Jack is dead yet. Henderson says no, but he has the tape. The President wants him to destroy it so he can be safe, but Henderson refuses saying that he needs it to protect himself from the President. Chloe gives Jack Henderson's location, and Jack runs him off the road. He tracks him on foot and starts a firefight with him, yelling at him to surrender. Henderson says that if Jack kills him, then Heller will also die because of a backup plan. Jack calls Heller to confirm, and, indeed a helicopter is tracking Heller. Jack informs Heller that it's Henderson's men and they have orders to kill him. Jack wants to let Henderson go to save Heller, but Heller tells him no, that all this is his fault for not trusting Jack. He tells Jack to tell Audrey that he loves her, then drives his car off a cliff and
Donna's Story is episode 405 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
Eric isn't happy when Donna publishes a story in the school newspaper that strongly resembles their relationship and negatively portrays his character. Kelso borrows $50 from Jackie and lies about what he is using it for. Red and Bob's new girlfriend Joanne don't get along. Eric retaliates by writing his own story, which upsets Donna. Hyde busts Kelso on the money by telling Jackie. Donna writes a second part to her story where the two main characters still love each other.
After reading an entry in Donna's diary, Eric decides to get a tattoo, but things don't turn out the way he planned. Kitty has Pastor Dave over for dinner and he ends up in the hospital; Jackie tries to get Kelso to sleep so he can repeat something he said before when he was sleeping.
Kitty's sister visits and Kitty thinks she's only there to show off that she's more successful. After going to see an X-rated movie, Eric tries a new move on Donna but it freaks her out; Kelso learns that honesty is the best policy.
"Fine Feathered Finks" is a first-season episode of Batman, first airing as its third episode on ABC January 19, 1966. It was repeated on August 31, 1966 and May 17, 1967. Burgess Meredith made his debut here as The Penguin.
Awaiting release from prison, Oswald Cobblepot, the Penguin, the "pompous, waddling master of fowl plague", schemes to get Batman, to plan his crimes for him; his first step is to attract Batman's attention. Penguin has his henchmen Hawkeye and Sparrow distribute free umbrellas to patrons outside the House of Ali Baba Jewelery store and a local bank. The men passing them out call it a promotion, but the owners of the jewelry store and bank know that they were not hired by them. While everyone's inside with the umbrellas, they explode and start spinning and cause a distraction, however even though it was the perfect setup for Hawkeye and Sparrow to commit a robbery, no heist was pulled. When Commissioner James Gordon hears of it, he knows Penguin has returned and calls Batman and Robin in to investigate. Along with Warden Crichton, they view Penguin's security camera from prison and were able to find out little on his next crime. Batman and Robin decide pay a
Forgotten Son is episode 404 of the FOX sitcom That '70s Show.
Red has to make a training film for PriceMart, and chooses Kelso over Eric to play the stockboy. Donna and Kitty start spending time together, which does not sit well with Jackie and Eric, who thinks they are talking about him (particularly about embarrassing things that he has done). Leo "inherits" $1 million from his rich uncle, so he buys things for Fez and Hyde. Kelso has ideas of his own when it comes to shooting the video, which annoys Red. Leo's inheritance turns out to be junk mail from Publishers￢ﾀﾙ Clearing House. Red decides to use Eric as the stockboy after all when he gets fed up with Kelso.
Heat Wave is the 32nd episode of Pee-wee's Playhouse.
It's very hot at the Playhouse. Worst of all, Miss Yvonne and Mrs. Renee discover that they have the same one-of-a-kind dress and so they take each other to court for who's dress is the original with Judge Pee-wee presiding!
It's very hot in the playhouse. Pee-Wee is sitting on Chairry, feeling real hot from the heat.Pee-wee wonders if Mr. Kite could tell Pee-Wee any weather reports. He goes to Mr. Window to call Mr. Kite, but he's on Pee-wee's bed and explains that there's not even enough breeze to keep him in the sky.
When Pee-wee asks Conky what the secret word is for the day, Conky prints out two secret words at the same time. Pee-wee is surprised at the idea of two secret words, which are HERE and HEAR, two words that have different meanings but have the same sound. He reminds the viewers of what to do whenever anyone says the secret words Pee-wee asks Globey where Australia is. After everyone screams, Pee-wee spells out the first secret word, "H-E-R-E". Next he tries "Hear" on Chairry by moving his lips without speaking. Chairry explains that she did not hear. After everyone screams again, Pee-wee spells the other
"Hung Out to Dry" is the 2 episode of the drama television series NCIS.
During a training exercise, a marine's parachute fails to open and he crashes into a parked car where two teenagers were making out. The NCIS team heads to the scene and have to determine whether the marine's death was accidental or a murder.
"Manhunt" is the fourth episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 20 October 1967 on ATV Midlands, was written by Tony Barwick and directed by Alan Perry. In this episode, Spectrum launches a ground search for Captain Black after he becomes detectable on long-range Geiger counters.
The Culver Atomic Centre has been infiltrated by Captain Black, who is forced to quickly slip away after he is discovered by security staff. Entering a radioactive area, he is exposed to a short-life atomic isotope, which leaves him detectable on long-range Geiger counters for a period of 48 hours. Spectrum, which now has proof that Black has been a Mysteron agent since the Zero-X mission's return to Earth, begins a ground search with Detector Trucks in an attempt to capture him.
Within the search area around the Culver Atomic Centre, Black murders a fuel station mechanic to access a concealed Spectrum Pursuit Vehicle. When Captains Scarlet and Blue arrive to requisition the SPV, they encounter the Mysteron reconstruction of the mechanic, who attempts to shoot them but is gunned down by Scarlet. The Detector Trucks pick up
Misfire is the 182nd episode of the American sitcom That '70s Show. It originally aired as Episode 4 of Season 8 on November 16, 2005.
When Kitty and Red have their 25th wedding anniversary, Kelso starts to think he should get married. He wants to propose to Jackie, but before he can, he meets Vic, a guy who offers him a job in Chicago. Meanwhile, Donna is upset because Eric hasn't called her since he left for Africa.
"Operation Time" is the eighth episode of the Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons. It was first broadcast in the UK on 17 November 1967 (1967-11-17) on ATV Midlands, was written by Richard Conway and Stephen J. Mattick and directed by Ken Turner.
In this episode, when the Mysterons threaten to "kill time", Spectrum is baffled until they discover that the target is a military general due to receive revolutionary neurosurgery.The Mysteron weaknesses discovered in "Operation Time" are developed in "Spectrum Strikes Back", its sequel.
When Spectrum receives a puzzling Mysteron threat to "kill time", Colonel White dispatches his senior officers to major cities to watch for potential targets. Nothing significant comes up until Captain Magenta learns that General Tiempo, the Commander of Western Region World Defence, whose surname means "time" in Spanish, is shortly due to receive a brain operation from leading neurosurgeon Dr Magnus of London Hospital. After Magnus is flown to Cloudbase along with Tiempo and a surgical team, he insists that the procedure — to be carried out with the aid of the pioneering technology of a "Cerebral Pulsator" — be performed
Pelts is the sixth episode of the second season of Masters of Horror, first aired 1 December 2006. The director is Dario Argento, and it based on a short story by F. Paul Wilson. The film is a story about supernaturally beautiful raccoon pelts (called "pine lights") that cause anyone who seeks to profit by them to commit horrendous acts.Meat Loaf stars as fur trader Jake Feldman, who finds these beautiful raccoon pelts and makes a coat out of them as a gift for the beautiful dancer Shanna (Ellen Ewusie), in order to fulfill his fantasy of sex with her. As a result, people end up committing brutal murders and suicides appropriate to their positions in relation to the pelts whenever around them.
Jake Feldman is a fur trader who desperately wants to have sex with a topless dancer named Shanna, who has no interest in him. One of his trappers/suppliers, Jameson and his son, go onto Mother Maters land to trap animals. They find each trap containing a raccoon, and Jameson senior schools his son on the proper way to kill them: crush their windpipes with a boot, and if they survive, crush their skulls with a baseball bat. All the raccoon pelts after processing are perfect, and Jameson
"Pilot" is an episode of the television comedy series Hope & Faith.
The very first episode of Hope & Faith begins with Hope making breakfast and shouting for everyone to come down and eat. When no one responses she makes the alarm go off which alerts everyone.
At breakfast everyone begins talking about Aunt Faith who is a celebrity that's just been killed off her soap, "The Sacred & The Sinful". Hope reminds her husband Charley that Faith borrowed his car- then they hear a crash which means it's Faith.
Hope tries to comfort Faith who is re-watching her death on the soap. Faith is able to enjoy picking outfits for Sydney. Hope buys lingerie and in the middle of it all she gets a call from Sydney's school.
Hope rushes immediately to the school and learns Sydney skipped lunch and English to go shopping with Faith. The teacher suggest Sydney doesn't go to the homecoming dance. Hope agrees but Faith uses her celebrity to convince the teacher that she'll do a fundraiser- a bake sale with Sydney. The teacher agrees and Hope is furious.
Hope's fury leads her to a little fight with Faith that has the whole family running for cover! Later that night Hope overhears Faith
"Smack in the Middle" is a first-season episode of Batman. It first aired on ABC TV Thursday January 13, 1966. It is the second Part conclusion of the two-part series Pilot, the first being titled: "Hi Diddle Riddle" which aired on the previous Wednesday night January 12, 1966.
Picking up from the previous night's episode in the Batcave, Batman's attempts to contact Robin are met with futility; alerted by Alfred Pennyworth about Aunt Harriet's having a fit on noticing their beds weren't slept in, Batman tells him to put her at ease by saying they're spending the night at his uncle's house. Meanwhile, the Riddler's "operation" on Robin involved only the making of plastic surgery cast from Robin's masked face, used to make a perfect "Robin" disguise for Molly. After enticing Batman with a couple of clues, Riddler and Molly (as Robin) lead Batman on a chase outside the abandoned turtle mill at Orleans Cove before their Rolls-Royce is damaged by the Batray. The Riddler makes his escape as Molly tricks Batman into taking her into the Batcave. There, Batman spots the defect in the mask caused by the straws they gave Robin through which to breathe. An unmasked Molly, after making an
"The Everywhere Man" is the fourth episode of The Batman's fourth season. It aired in North America on 4 November, 2006.
When evidence from a series of art thefts by the Everywhere Man, a new costumed villain with the power to replicate, implicates Bruce's close friend John Marlowe, Batman believes there must be another explanation. Now, Batman must unmask the identity of the "Everywhere Man" and prove his friend's innocence.
John Marlowe is hosting a party at his company and displaying his art collection to the crowd. Bruce Wayne is at the party as well and talking to Clea, the curator of the Gotham museum of art, about Marlowe's odd change from shy geek to party guy. Marlowe shows Clea a piece of art hung on a wall, when suddenly a masked thief comes through the elevator. Bruce leaves to change into his Batman costume while the thief tells Marlowe to step aside. Marlowe tries to attack the thief anyways, only to get thrown on a table. Batman arrives and kicks the thief, but the thief runs into a broom closet and disappears.
At the Batcave, Batman and Robin are looking over the evidence from the broom closet and deduce that there was no way out of the closet. The Batwave
The Heart of the Cards, known in Japan as is the first episode of the second Yu-Gi-Oh! anime series, titled Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Monsters in Japan. It was first broadcast in Japan on April 18, 2000 and in USA on September 29, 2001.
Seto Kaiba overhears Yugi Muto telling his friends that Solomon Muto, Yugi's grandfather, has the Super Rare Card. Later, Yugi and his friends arrive at his grandfather's game shop. Joey Wheeler and the other friends beg Solomon to show his "Rare Card". The card is revealed to be the Blue Eyes White Dragon.
Meanwhile, Kaiba walks in and tries to goad Solomon into selling his White Dragon. Solomon refuses and cites the fact that the card was from a friend (later revealed to be Arthur Hawkins) and the friendship is far to important to sell the card.
The next day, Yugi and friends arrive at the game shop and notice that Solomon is not present. The phone rang it was Kaiba. Kaiba forced Yugi's grandfather to a duel. Solomon was defeated by Kaiba and his White Dragon .
Yugi is forced to duel the Duel Monsters world champion, Seto Kaiba. Yugi slowly begins to lose the duel, and realizes that there is only one way for him to clench victory.
"The Stock Tip" is the fifth episode of the first season of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. It aired on June 21, 1990. In the episode, George Costanza (Jason Alexander) tells Jerry Seinfeld and Elaine Benes (Julia Louis-Dreyfus) that a friend of a friend of his has given him a stock tip, and he encourages them to invest with him. Jerry does so, but as soon as he does, the value of his stock falls. At the same time, Jerry takes his girlfriend on a trip to Vermont, which does not go as planned. The episode was written by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld, and was directed by Tom Cherones. It received ratings and praise good enough to commission a second season.
While dining at Monk's Cafe, Elaine tells Jerry and George that she is suffering from an allergic reaction to her boyfriend Robert's cats. Jerry contemplates asking his girlfriend Vanessa (Lynn Clark) to go away on a holiday together. George reads the business section of the newspaper, where he learns that a stock that a friend of a friend of his -- Simon's friend Wilkinson -- had tipped him off to had gone up. George decides to invest $5000 in the stock and persuades Jerry to invest $2,500.
Jerry is in a grocery store with Vanessa,
Jackie tests Kelso to see if she should get back together with him. Fez, Eric and Hyde vandalize an opposing school's locker room because Fez was beaten up by their jocks. Kitty is angry at Bob and Midge for not inviting her and Red to their party until she finds out that Bob and Midge are nudists.