[S2E3] Out Of Place !!HOT!!
Jason: Yo, yo! Homies, check it! There's something messed up with this place. We keep fighting with each other, none of the TVs get the NFL RedZone channel, my soulmate doesn't even know who Blake Bortles is. I know this sounds crazy, but I think we're in the bad place.Michael: Jason figured it out? Jason? This is a real low point. Yeah, this one hurts.
[S2E3] Out Of Place
After escaping the vile Confederation of Earth, Admiral Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) and the crew of La Sirena use the slingshot-around-the-sun maneuver to get themselves to the Los Angeles of 2024. This is the place and time where the Borg Queen (Annie Wersching) says a singular change was made to the timeline that resulted in the Confederation and its atrocities. The voyage home, however, is rough on La Sirena, and the ship ultimately crash lands outside of Los Angeles with a major casualty: Elnor (Evan Evagora).
Unlike a typical Simpsons episode, "Treehouse of Horror" is divided into three segments. It is the first in the Treehouse of Horror series of Halloween themed Simpsons episodes. It is considered to be non-canon and takes place outside the normal continuity of the show. A Treehouse of Horror episode has since aired around Halloween every season. Part of the series' attraction for the writers is that they are able to break the rules and include violence that would not make it into a regular episode. The episode was inspired by EC Comics horror comics, such as Tales from the Crypt. In the first segment, several haunted house films are parodied, including House of Usher, The Haunting, The Amityville Horror and The Shining. The haunted house being built on a burial ground is inspired by the 1982 film Poltergeist. The house was also designed to look like the Addams family house. The second segment's cookbook is a reference to the 1962 The Twilight Zone episode "To Serve Man". The third segment reimagines Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven".
Whilst Rue is away being busy with her new drug business, Jules and Elliot are hanging out at his place, where they talk about sex once again. They both agree they are "sexual beings" and how Rue is not. Elliot also confesses to having feelings for Rue. Jules and Elliot are seriously bonding and Rue isn't there to stop them.
Miller's been exiled from the Rocinante, so Diogo offers to let him crash at his place. Which is decorated like a college dorm. Diogo jams out to some hot new EDM-sounding tune that he says is based on a decrypted data stream coming off of Eros.
When the new season of "Star Wars: The Bad Batch" opens, months have passed since the events on Kamino, and the Bad Batch continue their journey navigating the Empire after the fall of the Republic. They will cross paths with friends and foes, both new and familiar, as they take on a variety of thrilling mercenary missions that will take them to unexpected and dangerous new places.
On August 14, a month after the murders, John Johnson interviewed Doyle Simpson at the Winona Police Department. Doyle came clean about having purchased the gun from Ike, but Johnson grilled him about why he'd lied in the first place. Johnson then told Doyle that his gun had been identified as the murder weapon. Doyle was clearly surprised to hear this. He asked for confirmation. "Do y'all know that that is the same gun?" "Yes, we do," Johnson replied, "How do you answer that?"
At the mini-golf place, everybody is having fun. Casual shenanigans take place in random spots while the Pines family are at one of the holes. Dipper, Stan and Soos do terribly while Mabel makes holes-in-one on almost every single hole. Soon, her playing has amassed a crowd of onlookers. Finally, they make it to the last hole where Dipper states that if she gets a hole-in-one here, she will have beat her previous high score. Mabel hits the ball which first enters and then exits the windmill but then misses the hole and comes to rest in a puddle. Disappointed, Stan tries to cheer her up as the crowd of onlookers disperse. As Stan tells her she's still the best mini-golfer in Gravity Falls, a pinkish-purple golf ball rolls by and lands in the hole. It's Pacifica's ball. Walking up she greets each of them with insults: Fat for Soos, Old for Stan, Lame for Dipper, and Braces for Mabel.
While analyzing his finances, Walt remembers stashing his drug money and Jesse's gun in a diaper box at his house. He sneaks out of the hospital and into the house in order to return them to his hiding place in the vent. Unseen, he witnesses Skyler and Junior share a close moment over a bowl of cereal then rides a bus back to the hospital.
Meanwhile, Cameron and Cuddy are searching the patient's house. Cameron asks why Cuddy hasn't fired House. Cuddy is coy, says she doesn't hate House, and says the real question is why she hired House in the first place. She admits she knew House when he was in medical school and she was an undergraduate. Cuddy describes him as a legend. They find a dead rat in a trap.
Meanwhile, Joseph goes to where Iris is kept captive and witnesses a tracking card being inserted into her body. He decides to sell her body for his gain and scares her to consider that place as her new home.
Castle sits in his kitchen along with Martha and Alexis. Castle and Alexis are helping Martha with her script for the lead character in a Broadway play. Both Castle and Alexis are clearly bored so when Castle gets the call from Beckett he couldn't wait to leave, leaving Alexis behind telling her to "Find her own hiding place".
We agreed to meet back at my place. She came in, we had a drink, got comfortable on the couch. I was ready to get down to business, but she kept wanting to talk about our deal. That's what she called it. Said she wanted me to tell her exactly what she had to do to get good shots. Exactly.
Recently, Fox released the new,official synopsis/spoilers for their upcoming "Gotham" episode 3 of season 2. The episode is entitled, "Rise Of The Villains," and it turns out that we're going to see some very interesting and high drama stuff go down as a huge stand off goes down between Jerome and Gordon while a major hostage situation takes place, and more! In the new, 3rd episode press release: Abracadabra, Hostages! On An All-new "Gotham" Monday, October 5, On Fox. Press release number 2: Gordon and Bullock will track down a nemesis from the past, leading to a standoff between Jerome (guest-star Cameron Monaghan) and Gordon. In the meantime, a magic show at the Gotham Children's Hospital gala is going to turn into a hostage situation. Guest stars feature: Cameron Monaghan as Jerome, Mark Margolis as Paul Cicero and Norm Lewis as Deputy Mayor Harrison Kane. Episode 3 is set to air Monday night,
Misinformation often oversimplifies problems, right? If we have a bunch of forest fires, and they're the result of a complex intersection of federal policy, climate change, and, you know, other kinds of behaviors of the people moving through the forest in the first place, if we get a bunch of forest fires, we don't want to deal with it's much easier, right. And when we talked with Steve Korman about this, this is one of the things that came up, it's much easier to just blame antifa. When we have complex political controversies at all, it's just much easier to polarize the other side, or to polarize the conversation and, you know, demonize the other side. Misinformation loves simple explanations for complex scenarios, and complex dynamics. So I think, to some extent, the complexity of this situation, lends itself to misinformation.
So here we are, we kind of traced the timeline, we talked about some of the components that we've observed in this story, that seem really familiar to us. Let's talk a little bit about the impact of the misinformation that we see circulating around this event. I think one thing to take away from this is how framing from say a journalistic point of view, had a big impact on this wind turbine story. So, you know, we go back to that Texas grid operator, who was maybe cited and, you know, at least half a dozen different news stories, who reported that, yeah, the frozen turbines are interfering with our ability to generate power. And that one fact, what was it report were reported some like a 12,000 megawatt shortfall, in any event. That shortfall, you know, depending on where you tune in for your news is either a minor part of the energy portfolio and a bit player in a bigger systemic failure. Or if you're getting news from another place, it is the reason that we're losing power. And it is the reason that people are suffering right now.
Why does misinformation matter so much around infrastructure crises? And one of the reasons is, is the stories that people agree on, about how we had the crisis in the first place, directly impacts the subsequent policy conversation.
Yeah, I like that thought. That seems like a good place to end. Thanks for joining us this week. Be thoughtful and be well. For questions or comments, use the email address email@example.com. And to check out more about what we're doing, try library.asu.edu/data.
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