Walden views an old video where he discussed his life goals and gets depressed that he does not have a wife and family. Going to a mixer for rich singles, Walden runs into his ex-wife Bridget. Ending up in bed, they seem to make a close renewed connection, however, she gets more and more controlling. They both set down Alan and Berta and tell them that it is best for the household that they leave. Later Walden wakes up and finds she has removed his balls and placed them in a small box declaring that they are now hers. However, it is revealed that Walden imagined his reconciliation with Bridget as the scene cuts back to him at the mixer behind her. He walks away, relieved. The last scene shows Alan and Walden, who are now elderly, watching a video of Alan discussing his goal for his old self, which was to remain living in the beach house with Walden, or whoever moved in after him.
With Alan still depressed over his breakup with Lindsey, Walden sends him off to get a complete makeover. Even with his weird 1970's makeover, Alan manages to hook up with a dim-witted blonde named Meghan (Amanda Detmer). She takes him home, where Alan finds that she has a 92-year old comatose husband named Victor (George Coe). While Walden watches Victor and the couple hooks up in Alan's bedroom, Victor is thought to have passed away. They rush him back to Meghan's place, so his relatives won't cut her out of Victor's will for having an affair. On the ride back, Victor is found to be alive. Later, while Alan and Meghan are still hooking up, Alan finds Victor wide awake saying that he likes to watch them.
The reception to this season has been generally positive. Cartermatt.com said \"we are finding the show to be pretty funny this year, the truth is that the summer off with Ashton Kutcher already cast gave the writers some time to come up with some interesting ideas, and it actually feels like a pretty funny show.\" TVFanatic gave the first episode four stars and the second episode four and a half stars. TVFanatic said that the best episodes of the season were Jake centric, they awarded the episode \"Bazinga!, Thats from a TV Show!\" five stars out of five. They added that they hope the show and the cast \"stick around for a long time\".
Dean went to look at the scene of the murder, and noticed a book with a symbol matching the cross pendant. When he pulled the book out, a keyhole appeared, which the pendant fit into. A hidden room opened up, where Dean immediately picked up a lead pipe and a rope. He went further into the room, discovering a half eaten sandwich and stuffed dog, before seeing the maid Olivia. Olivia said that she was locked in by Phillip, because she saw Bunny's ghost kill Colette, and refused to lie about seeing it.
The remaining family gathered in the library, and Olivia entered, saying \"Don't you know that if it's not the butler, it's the maid\". Sam and Dean watched this on the security cameras from the study, realizing they've been played. Olivia tells them that she was not the maid, she was Bunny's daughter, and she had been locked up in the attic all of this time which is why nobody knew. She explains Phillip was the only person besides Bunny who knew about her and had let her out of pity, and suggested that she pose as the new maid to hide in plain sight. Amber asked if she killed Colette for her job but Olivia explained that she had found Colette stealing, and her death had been an accident. She states her desire to kill them is because of their petty greed and their blatant disrespect for her mother. Dash then asked why she killed Philip if he was on her side, as she explains after killing Stanton this led to Phillip locking her away again, which was why she killed him after Dean let her out.
A new show comes on called G.I. Zapp. In the opening, tanks are shown shooting at each other, destroying buildings as they go. Suddenly, a rock breaks through the window and hits Agnew on the shoulder. Nixon and Agnew go to the window to see what the protestors want this time. They say that the G.I. Zapp cartoon is too violent and want him to censor it. He agrees, saying he is a servant of the people, and goes back inside. He then activates a device that will allow him to manually censor the show. The opening credits come back on, almost over, and he rewinds the tape, voicing over that the soldiers are rebuilding the town using bullet sucking vacuum tanks. The mission screen comes up, saying that the episode is Operation: Throat Slit, which Nixon promptly changes to Operation: Banana Split. The G.I.s are in an odd looking plane, heading to Fort Weaponsworth (a parody of Fort Leavenworth, Kansas), the base of the enemy A.C.R.O.N.Y.M., or A Criminal Regiment Of Nasty Young Men. The leader of A.C.R.O.N.Y.M., Profestro (the Professor), sees the helicopter and fires a surface-to-air missile, censored to say a surface-to-air warning shot and surface-to-air telegram. Each of the soldiers jumps off of the helicopter with their parachutes. Zapp leaves last, taking the pilot Kif's parachute pack because he forgot his. Kif crashes into the side of a mountain in a huge fire ball. Nixon voices over explaining that he safely landed the helicopter in a naturally occurring fireball at Disneyland. The G.I.s start exchanging fire with A.C.R.O.N.Y.M., with constant censorship from Nixon. Then, Freezer Burn (Fry) gets shot, and when they land he's dead, though Nixon voices over that he's sleeping. The G.I.s rush at A.C.R.O.N.Y.M. with new violent enthusiasm to avenge Freezer Burn. During hand to hand combat the violence escalates, and Nixon is forced to be more and more creative about his voice overs. Then it shows Orphan Crippler (Bender) open his chest to reveal a weapon with robotic arms controlling a chainsaw, a drill, and a machine gun. Extreme gore follows and Nixon gives up on censoring the show and pulls the plug. Then he cuts instead to an anti-violence PSA. It shows Cubert and Dwight fighting over a football, and then Nixon and Agnew pull up in a motorcycle w/sidecar. Nixon says violence isn't the answer, and Agnew rips the ball in half. Nixon leaves the kids crying, while himself laughing. The cartoons over, the network announces an upcoming six hours of golf, and Agnew angrily turns the T.V. off.
I've been watching the YouTube channel \"Soft White Underbelly.\" These are interviews with people mainly on LA's Skid Row and they are really compelling. What is apparent is that childhood trauma can affect a person especially if it was never dealt with. Some people believe that if they never talk about something, that means it never happened, but their insides are dealing with it, many of these people have problems holding down jobs and keeping relationships and don't know why.
Sure shirtless Zach was in the gym early and often to get away from his ball and chain...but the editors want Mindy whining to him and he undermining her self esteem as their story line...not watching him flex and lift....
@Silver Bells, the woman in the video discussing the show that was posted a page or two back (or even on this page above) has long white talons. I didn't notice them at first, either, but when it was pointed out, it is very visible. I listened to some of the video, but they were a little too bland for me. Kind of liked that Auntie better, but I only watched one video.
I typically work out 6 days a week (and I am that person who works out on vacation if possible) and I think watching someone work out is so boring. So if the show opted not to show Zach's workouts, I thank them.
Did anyone ever see the Frasier episode where Frasier, Martin and Niles watched Antique Roadshow together and every time the TV said the word 'veneer' they would all shout \"Veneer!\" and drink We could play that game right here
The Dateable podcast is an insider's look into modern dating that the Huffington post calls one of the top ten podcast about love and sex. On each episode, we'll talk to real daters about. From sex parties to sex droughts, date fails a diaper fetishes and first moves to first loves. I'm your host Yue Xu, former dating coach turned dating sociologists. You also hear from my co host and producer Julie Krafchick as we explored this crazy dateable world. Hey everyone welcome to another episode of the dateable. Podcast show all about modern dating. Hello everyone it has blond a crazy week. I can't believe this usually Julian. I record in the same room where literally right next to each other. But this is the first time we've done an intro where we're zooming. Yeah physically together. This is the world of Cova. Die Tijd Right. So we're like amidst the Kuroda virus pandemic right now so if you're catching this at a later time hopefully by then everything is much better but things are absolute craziness right now in the world and honestly two weeks ago. We were both like no big deal from the flu. This will pass in no time and I don't know what happened. Julie. I think it's all happened in the last week. It was like Oh shit. Oh Shit yeah like two weeks ago was at a dinner party or were cut of half mocking the people at Costco loading up on toilet paper and this week you are that. Toilet paper honestly. I'm buying shit that I don't know why I don't know why needed but other people are buying us Just GonNa it like. I haven't used this ten years but he toward it all and there is no supply chain issue so many people have told me that. I'm used things are going to get restocked. This panic and fear is driving us to a whole new level of humanity. I know it is really crazy. Like this whole thing has been nuts. I think what it was a week ago that we are getting questions from people like can I still be dating during this time and we have actually been put up a poll like there's two types of people out here right now that gives zero Fox in the one of the ones that are like super careful but Julie you also went on a date. You braved your life to go on a date. This is GonNa say that now. I think if we ran the Paul would probably be like one hundred. Percents has the super cautious people. 'cause I think even yeah like a week ago. I'm like you know what I think it's GonNa be okay to go on a day like it just does not get crazy or whatever and I wasn't sure if I should go. I of have mixed feeling and we ended up doing a three hour phone call. Actually so it's crazy phone calls. One was in replacement of the first day and then one was just the night before we actually set up the date and I think it was great because you actually got to connect with salon a really deep level. So it's like the benefit of Straight now but I think there was a little bit of a false sense of intimacy because of all those phone dates that makes sense like we both went in being like. Oh my God this is like it. We are like so excited about this. He thought this was like date three. Even though to me it was date one and he thought we were definitely fucking and I was just not there yet. What was it interesting while your experience with the state was Yukos had a three hour phone conversation yet. Know who does hours Yeah I think it was like three hours one night and like an hour another night which is crazy. Nobody does that anymore. And that was it over the phone. It wasn't over facetime or does something else but it was like old fashioned phone call. Yeah which was actually really nice. I think there were maybe two things I would have done differently is maybe I would have actually introduce well now. Especially because we're all shelter at home like where the first city right now to have this mandate that we can't leave for non essentials. We're on lockdown So I guess at this point you have to do the soon date right but I think I would have probably introduced that instead of one of the phone calls may be done video because at least you get more of a feel of someone's holds a minor but there was something very intimate about having phone calls The only thing was I just feel like we kind of talked about everything We actually met up. There wasn't as much talk about And also people have time nowadays. I think before Corona virus people would not carve out three hours of their day to talk on the phone and now people have all the time in the world. So maybe that false intimacy kinda comes from this all of a sudden free of time as well yes in even actually debated by mind being like is it safer to just invite this guy to buy house versus which I would never do right without this virus like you would never do asking me that question and I was like no really didn't like there was actually no one really where I was any so the odds of contacting it was probably really low is probably more of an odds from him. 59ce067264