Debbie Gladu is initially what Moon calls her in s1e8, but she is called Debbie Van in s2e17 over the PA by Principal Gibbons, and later Moon asks his father to go to the "Van's house" to visit her.
Look Before You Sleep is the eighth episode of the first season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic. In this episode, Applejack and Rarity are forced to stay at the library where Twilight resides for the night due to a thunderstorm. Twilight takes this opportunity to drag them into having a slumber party. The title of the episode is a play on the saying look before you leap, meaning acting only after careful planning.
For one, Yasmin and Sebastian finally broke up. She deserves so much better than him, and it has been evident since Seb's introduction on Industry Season 1 Episode 2. So why should Yasmin stay with him? Because she feels bad? Well, Yasmin and her mother might not always get along, but Azar said it best.
When Frank tries to stay sober for $3,000, Carl and Debbie are pleased to have their dad back, despite Lip's warning that it won't last; Kevin and Veronica take in a teenage foster kid, Ethel; Ian continues his sexual relationship with Mickey.
However, over the course of the episode, David's true intentions become disturbingly clear. Throughout this conversation, David provides some hints at his true nature, and why he wants Ellie to stay with his group. From his obsession with Cordyceps, stating that it secures its future through violence and that "it loves" to his comments about having a violent heart, it becomes evident that David is not the benevolent, kind man he came across as earlier. This is compounded at the end of The Last of Us episode 8 when it is heavily implied David attempts to sexually assault Ellie after stating "the fighting is the part I like the most".
Bart (Fiona Dourif) wants to just stay at the hotel watching TV. Ken (Mpho Koaho) stole some bellhop uniforms in the hopes that they can go where the universe wants to take them. Bart wants to use the fact that she only has two bullets left as an excuse but Ken convinces her to take that chance. Jumping up and down on the bed, she agrees, excited!
Ragnar and his group arrive at Uppsala. Ragnar asks Odin who will bear his sons since Lagertha cannot. Athelstan learns that there is nine of every sacrifice, including humans. Athelstan is offered drink and shrooms. Lagertha notices that Ragnar wants to go out into the festival. She begs him to stay. Athelstan is high and wanders around the festival. He runs into Ragnar who goes around him. Thyri approaches Athelstan and kisses him. She leads him off to somewhere they can be alone. Gyda tells Lagertha that she's bleeding and Lagertha says that she is a woman now. Thyri bathes Athelstan. Athelstan asks Thryi why she does this and she says that she has to.
Yup Claire definitely been protected and has protected Peter most of life as she stated her dad was too busy to be *father of the year . I think she had preferred to stay behind the scenes but is forced to be more active even letting Matthew take the lead. Speaking as of EP 9, she is now the boss. And what did she say to Peter? This has me worried honestly.
They are barely in the house when they start making out like teenagers and start making their way up the stairs. But then their hot and heavy session is interrupted when Lane appears out of nowhere. She apologizes, then bolts back into Rory's room and blasts loud music. A big signal for help, Lorelai sends Max into the kitchen and goes to Lane. Lane gives Lorelai the lowdown. Lorelai basically says it is not a big deal, everyone screws up in high school, it is how you handle the experience that matters. Lane feels better after the pep talk, and Lorelai goes back to Max. Lane is now spending the night, so any hoochie coochie between the two is off limits. Max stays the night too, but on the couch and settles for a goodnight kiss.
In this episode, we discuss what it takes to stay calm in the face of chaos. My guest, Ian Brown, is an award-winning photographer whose work focuses on the human condition. Long fascinated by the elusive American Dream, Ian set out to document what this notion means to Americans of all ages, races, identities, classes, religions, and ideologies.
The final five dancers must be very flexible this week as they try to master dance styles from around the world. One dancer starts some drama that quickly goes global after she tells her mother she overheard other dancers saying she wished she had been eliminated. Another dancer struggles to connect with the history of the people that inspired her routine. And, the bottom two dancers must undergo a flexibility test to stay in the competition.
The Deep and Jeff drink and the Deep questions when he ships out, however, Jeff congenially reveals that Vought doesn't want the Deep to leave Sandusky, and that the marketing department has created new promotional material based on him staying there.
Black Noir plays the piano at a Vought fundraiser. Mr. Edgar, Vought CEO arrives at the fundraiser, giving Stillwell a bonus and moving her down to his floor. He reveals that someone needs to run Vought when he moves to Belize, which excites Stillwell. Starlight vomits in the toilets, followed by Maeve, who reveals that her arm never healed correctly when she broke all of the bones in her arm; providing evidence that Vought's marketing didn't fabricate that story. Maeve reveals that she was like Starlight once and really did want to make a difference until Vought corrupted her into the woman she is today. She tells Starlight to stay as the "annoying, goody two-shoes asshole" that she is. Starlight takes her advice and decides to help Hughie and the gang takes down Vought.
A pale Flora arrives at the Bella Union, telling Joanie Stubbs she's seen a man killed. After some fawning and flirting, she asks the madam if she can stay with her until it's time to get up. Joanie agrees, and ends up holding the girl through the night.
Swearengen has arranged for Whitney Ellsworth to assay the Garret claim, and Bullock, Dority and the old prospector head out to the site. Ellsworth is nervous, but Dority tells him not to worry, and the band soon discovers the huge gold strike. Later Bullock knocks at the widow's door. "Don't sell, Mrs. Garret," he says, and shows her a bag filled with nuggets. . Alma and Bullock discuss her plans; she admits that she would like to stay, but that she has to take care of the girl. "Why can't you care for her here?" he asks.
Recovering in the Doc's office, Trixie receives a visit from Alma and the girl. The widow tells her that she has decided to stay, but that she would be grateful if Trixie would stay with them. As an alternative, she offers to finance her escape from Deadwood, and gives her a huge nugget as a start. Even the Metz girl adds to the plea, breaking her silence by saying, "Trixie." She then adds her own name: "Sofia." Trixie says she wants to think things through.
In the Gem's back office, Swearengen rebukes Dority for losing his head over the girl Flora. "You might, Dan, want to learn how to indicate interest in a girl without murdering another person." Also on hand is E.B. Farnum, who is extremely agitated. He suggests murdering Alma Garret and Seth Bullock in their sleep for their unwillingness to sell the widow's claim, but Al and Dority look skeptical.Celebratory gunshots interrupt, as one of the gangs of men sent for smallpox vaccine has arrived back in town. "We'll be celebratin' a treaty, too, with the f*ckin' heathens," one of them reports to Swearengen, who is very pleased by the news.Sitting down with Farnum, Swearengen tells the hotelier that with a treaty, their fortunes are bright-the only thing that would ruin things is "unnecessary bloodshed." He also says that Bullock will be "the perfect fucking front man" for the future thriving Deadwood. Much as they want the widow's claim, it's a luxury now to forgo.A pale Flora arrives at the Bella Union, telling Joanie she's seen a man killed. After some fawning and flirting, she asks the madam if she can stay with her until it's time to get up. Joanie agrees, and ends up holding the girl through the night.With Andy Cramed keeping order, townspeople line up at Bullock's store to receive the smallpox shot. Bullock meets Alma Garret in line with the Metz girl, and the widow explains that she has decided "for reasons we needn't explore" to return with the child to New York City. She has also decided to take Farnum's last offer for her claim. Bullock, however, refuses to stand off, saying he made a promise to Bill to have the property assayed.Trixie, meanwhile, has been missing since her blow-up with Alma, and though Swearengen has dispatched people to look for her, it is Doc Cochran who finds her-unconscious on his office floor with an arm full of opium. "You botched the job pretty good," the Doc says to her, and she listens, barely aware, as he suggests going to New York with the widow Garret.In the morning, Flora dresses for work, and Cy seems suspicious of the girl's professed innocence, a notion borne out when the young girl snarls obscenities at some of the other working girls. Later, when her over-amorous John pesters her, she tells him to "Get away from me before I cut your f*cking heart out."Flora tells her brother that it's time to hit the Bella Union. "I can move the dyke," she says. "She held me all night like I was a f*cking kid." Miles disagrees, arguing that if they take it slow they can be 50 miles away before they're discovered, but Flora says her boss is onto her. "You're full of shit," he says. "You want to do it fast and dirty so we have to cut somebody's throat."Swearengen has arranged for Ellsworth to assay the Garret claim, and Bullock, Dority and the old prospector head out to the site. Ellsworth is nervous, but Dority tells him not to worry, and the band soon discovers the huge gold strike. Later Bullock knocks at the widow's door. "Don't sell, Mrs. Garret," he says, and shows her a bag filled with nuggets. . Alma and Bullock discuss her plans; she admits that she would like to stay, but that she has to take care of the girl. "Why can't you care for her here?" he asks.Later Bullock shares a drink with Swearengen. "If the treaty is signed, it would be wise for you and me to paddle in the same direction," the saloon boss says. Bullock asks him to guarantee Alma Garret's safety, and Swearengen agrees.Recovering in the Doc's office, Trixie receives a visit from Alma and the girl. The widow tells her that she has decided to stay, but that she would be grateful if Trixie would stay with them. As an alternative, she offers to finance her escape from Deadwood, and gives her a huge nugget as a start. Even the Metz girl adds to the plea, breaking her silence by saying, "Trixie." She then adds her own name: "Sophia." Trixie says she wants to think things through.Flora tells Joanie she is quitting; moments later she is stealing the madam's jewelry. Joanie is unflustered, but upset, telling the girl to put down the valuables and she'll let her go. "Why don't you let me go, with your things, and shut your fucking mouth," the girl suggests. "Because I remind you of whoever I remind you of." Joanie implores her to stop."You're going to die here," she says, but Flora pulls a knife on her and walks out.Out in the saloon, Cy Tolliver is not quite so understanding. "It don't feel right to me babe," he says, and slaps her viciously. Flora responds by stabbing him in the leg and making a break with her brother, but they are both quickly captured and savagely beaten in the street. Taking them inside, Tolliver finishes the job, taunting and relentlessly beating the two, and finally shooting Miles. Giving the gun to Joanie, he tells her to put the terribly beaten girl out of her misery. Joanie shoots her and nearly shoots herself, but Tolliver stops her.When things settle, Cy is apologetic to Joanie, explaining that he did what he had to do. Telling his madam that her happiness is important to him, he offers to set her up in a business of her own. But Joanie is unswayed by the offer. "Kill me too, Cy, or let me go," she says. "If you don't kill me or let me go, I'm going to kill you."As night comes in, and Alma Garret puts Sophia to bed, she spots Trixie in the street. Doc Cochran, on his rounds, notices her, too. The two watch Trixie as she works her way through the muddy settlement, slowing occasionally until, finally she arrives at her destination, walking through the threshold of the Gem Saloon. 041b061a72