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[S1E8] Ever After



Once she started talking to a stranger online and really connected. It later turned out that he was fictional and that the mean girls were posing as him to embarrass Pippa. They ridiculed her in front of everyone and Pippa had to change schools.




[S1E8] Ever After


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Now this will have huge repercussions for the story and the final two episodes will be an uncomfortable ride. Perhaps, we can get a break from all these parties. I mean, do they ever study at all? What sort of curriculum is that?


To begin with, I would like to point out that this episode was by no means, any less thrilling or engaging than what I have come to expect from the show. However, I did start to wonder whether the slow-burn can continue for any longer. The reason for that is the fact that the incidents portrayed in the episode had a lesser impact on me than I would anticipate if I were to think about them in retrospect.


Bernard is distraught over having been ordered to kill Theresa. Ford promises that he will erase Bernard's memories. Theresa's death is classified as an accident, and her industrial espionage is exposed, as is her manipulation of Clementine. In light of the revelations, Charlotte is forced to reinstate Bernard as Head of Behavior. Bernard asks Ford if he had ever ordered him to hurt anybody other than Theresa. Ford replies he had not, but just before Ford erases his memory, Bernard has a vision of himself attacking Elsie.


The Man in Black and Teddy find a group of slaughtered settlers and one survivor, Angela, whom the Man In Black recognizes as the Host who first welcomed him to Westworld. The two are attacked by one of Wyatt's cultists, who appears to be immune to bullets. As they battle, Teddy has a flashback of the Man in Black attacking Dolores. Teddy interrogates the Man in Black about Dolores' location. Instead, the Man in Black tells Teddy why he came to the park: after his wife committed suicide, he felt he had no more purpose in life and came to Westworld to find his true self. After he had killed Maeve and her daughter, he discovered the maze and has been obsessed with finding it ever since. Angela attempts to persuade Teddy to kill the Man in Black, but he cannot. Angela stabs Teddy in the shoulder, revealing herself to be one of Wyatt's followers as more of his cultists appear from the surrounding woods.


In an interview, composer Ramin Djawadi spoke about the song "Reverie" by Debussy, that was used by Ford to calm a Host, when she was not responding to verbal commands. He said, "The music is being controlled, and it's being chosen for a reason".[2] Djawadi continued, saying, "The great power of music is that something subconsciously happens when you listen to a piece of music, even if you don't pay full attention to it. It just does something to us that nothing else can do, other than music."[2]


Honestly, we are so glad that this story ended with not only a happily ever after, but with a sweet little epilogue of Daphne and Simon welcoming their first child in the world. Seeing the duke holding his son with happiness in pride was the best conclusion this story could come to.


Alex proves that she can as the narrative switches to the present day, immediately after Booth is shot in the abdomen as they rush from the house in Queens. With only a semi-delirious Booth to guide her, she cleans the wound using a bottle of liquor and manages to take the bullet out.


In a timeline where Ultron succeeded in uploading his mind into the body that would have become Vision and gained the power of all six Infinity Stones, he became a force no power in the universe could stop. However, after obtaining a new sense of awareness, Ultron decides to continue his primary goal. Far beyond his universe.


This turns Rogue into kind of a werewolf who does not actually look much like Sabretooth, and everyone makes a lot of jokes about body hair, because the only superpowers that really matter are adherence to heteronormative beauty standards.


Just because something is not perfect does not make it any less worthy of love. Your father made you believe otherwise. He made you believe that you needed to be without fault in order to be loved, but he was wrong. Should you need any proof of the matter than just look here. I am tired of pretending and I cannot continue acting as if I do not love you. Because I do. I love all of you. Even the parts that you believe are too dark and too shameful. Every scar. Every flaw. Every imperfection. I love you. You may think you are too damaged and too broken to ever allow yourself to be happy but you can choose differently, Simon. You can choose to love me as much as I love you. That should not be up to anyone else. That cannot be up to anyone else. It can only be up to you.


LARA:Yeah. And I actually got to witness that firsthand at the preserve where I work at. We got to watch some pileated woodpeckers excavate their own nest, which then after they left, it got occupied by an eastern screech owl. It was like the coolest thing ever.


So if a tree dies for, you know, it didn't get hit by a car. Like if a tree just dies and say you cut off the top of it and you leave 15 feet or so, it could stay standing for, you know, ten or more years, completely stable. But if you ever notice it starting to lean or it's swaying in the wind, I mean, definitely cut it down. But you would have then provided extra habitat for just a couple more years. And that can be really valuable to our local species.LARA:For sure. So, yeah, and that actually, as you were talking about snags, I was thinking about these artificial nest boxes. And I often see a lot of them installed right on a pole, right? So like the manmade version of a snag, which is a great option if you're able to install a pole and then affix your nest box to that.


And then some of the other additional measures: To be as proactive and make all our employees feel comfortable coming to work every day, we fitted thermal fever cameras at all the door entrances. So when our employees come in to work on their shift, we're checking everyone's temperature. But it's a contactless system, non-intrusive, where if someone has a high temperature, there will be an alarm to that person. It sends a trigger to our HR department, with a photograph, so we know who may have entered with a high temperature. So we're using that as a sort of precautionary.


That's right, Dave. As Martin was saying, it's been very clear how the impact of the coronavirus has really hurt the results of a lot of companies in every corner of the world. And we came across, this week, a survey of employers that indicated, a little bit, how that impact was really hitting them on the bottom line, there, which is their employment practices. And the most painful part of that, which is layoffs.


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