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[S1E7] The One With The Blackout __LINK__



When Kermit arrives at the elevator, he finds Miss Piggy in a panic, and Bobo trying to fix the elevator by messing with the wiring. All he succeeds in doing in sending the elevator zooming down the straight back up again. As soon as the elevator disappears, Fozzie wanders in and falls down the shaft. Could this day get any worse? Yes. Kermit proceeds to faint from the stress.




[S1E7] The One With The Blackout



Scooter was in rare form as well. Last week I was not so much as fan of his creepy relationship with his mother, but this episode set that part of his personality in the backseat, and just focused on making him an even better version of the old Scooter. He was still intent on pleasing Kermit, and he was nervous and frantic, but just so much funnier!


It think you know what my final thoughts are going to be. This episode was the best episode they have created so far. Everything came together almost perfectly, making this a hilarious, crazy episode, tinged with nostalgia and even a few tender moments. This episode was great. It was more than great. It was wonderful.


We're back with FRIENDS of the Podcast: our Friends retrospective and could we be any more excited? Ian and Georgia are here on a Friends Friday to discuss all things Season 1 of the hit 90s sitcom as we discuss Season 1, Episode 7: The One With The Blackout. We try to figure out with a vestibule is this week as we discuss:


Power goes out in the city, and the gang has to entertain themselves without electricity. Ross tries to hint to Rachel how he feels about her, and Chandler is trapped with Jill Goodacre in an ATM vestibule. Rachel meets a handsome Italian man named Paolo.


After finishing up, he leaves and meets up with Caitlin and Cisco, and wonders where Barry is. Once Barry shows up late, Harrison asks to speak to him alone. Harrison tells him to kick up his speed and Barry receives a message from his job to head out. He came across a gross blown up body.


In the police station, Joe is trying to reason with Tockman but he is upset due to losing out on time with his sister. Joe had noticed Eddie who shoots Tockman who reveals to wear a bulletproof vest under his clothes after he shot Eddie.


Therefore, Aasha and Brandon could not sit together during the match-up ceremony when the house blacked out. Therefore, they realized they could be a perfect match because the couple has sat together before, and received at least two beams. On Episode 7, Aasha and Brandon continued exploring their connection, and he admitted she is the only person he could see himself in a relationship with after the show.


Brandon then chose Aasha for her first getaway date as well as Basit. After riding ATVs in the forest, the couple talked privately, and Brandon also admitted he struggled with the same relationship problems as Aasha. As a result, they both agreed to connect mentally before connecting physically. The house voted the couple into the Truth Booth and they were pleased to see that Brandon and Aasha are the first confirmed perfect match of the season.


Jonah thinks a chaia necklace given to Ruth by his grandfather and the fact that Offerman gave his own chaia to the woman he loved implies that Offerman is his grandfather. Joe and Lonny are not convinced this proves anything. Jonah sits in the car while Joe and Lonny infiltrate the hospital at Edgewood to dig up files on the Ghost. They track down his address and sneak into his house, discovering that the Ghost is in some kind of coma with a mysterious disease. He might be the victim of his own experiment.


Four episodes of Friends will screen at 1,000 theaters nationwide on September 23, with four different episodes screening on September 28 and October 2, for a total of 12 theatrical Friends premieres. The 12 episodes of Friends coming to theaters have been newly remastered from the original 35mm film.


The episode that started it all, introducing Monica (Courteney Cox), her brother Ross (David Schwimmer), Rachel (Jennifer Aniston), Joey (Matt LeBlanc), Chandler (Matthew Perry) and Phoebe (Lisa Kudow). In the first episode of Friends, Monica deals with a manipulative wine dealer, Ross loses his lesbian ex-wife and Rachel moves in.


The Friends theatrical event will also include new interviews with the cast and other never-before-seen insights into the series. Tickets for Friends 25th: The One With the Anniversary event will be on sale from Fathom Events beginning August 16.


At the one year (and one week) anniversary party for 'News Night' 2.0, the staff and their friends gather at Will's downtown apartment. As they socialize and play games-Will and Jim even jam together on guitar-Charlie steps out to the balcony to answer an anonymous phone call. The source, whom Charlie dubs "Late for Dinner," tells him that the White House will be informing them at 9 p.m. to get to work. At the party, Neal's girlfriend Kaylee gives Will pot brownies and strict instructions to only eat a small piece, but Will's already had two of them. Upstairs, Maggie sees Jim on the computer and forces him to answer a call from Lisa. Lisa signs off saying, "I love you" and a frazzled Jim mutters back, "And I do too." Maggie tells Jim that if he doesn't love Lisa, he needs to break up with her immediately.


The staff scrambles to learn more as Kaylee and Lisa look on. Will arrives at the office with a falafel in hand and shares that Wesley Clark confirmed to him that the announcement is not about Qaddafi. Will prepares to say as much on air, but not before revealing to MacKenzie that he is stoned out of his mind. He insists on doing the broadcast anyway and MacKenzie begrudgingly lets him.


Don, Elliot and Sloan are returning back from the White House Correspondent's dinner in Washington and get stuck on the tarmac at La Guardia. As Don fights with the flight attendant, the others work their phones and Sloan is able to confirm with a source from CENTCOM that it's Bin Laden. MacKenzie wants to report what they know, but Charlie asks them to hold off until they get double confirmation. He shares the information with the newsroom, which breaks into applause. Everyone's enthralled at the news, except for Kaylee, whose thoughts are with her father, who was killed on 9/11.


Lisa, realizing that Jim and Maggie have been discussing her, decides to break up with Jim-she saw the look on Maggie's face when she told Jim she loved him. Maggie states unequivocally that she has no romantic feelings for Jim and Jim says the same about Maggie, but nobody is convinced. Later that night, Jim asks Lisa if they can start over.


On the plane, news of president's announcement has filtered through to the passengers. As they share rumors and speculation, Don gets up to reassure their concerns. The flight attendant, whose patience with Don has already worn thin, resents his addressing the cabin. When Don steps up to her, she calls in the flight captain to intervene. Don has a change of heart upon seeing the captain in uniform, and informs the crew that the armed forces have killed Osama bin Laden.


More than 25 years after its debut, Friends has remained iconic for generations. Its episodes are played and replayed, and the laughs never stop. Here's the proof with the show's 6 funniest episodes.


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"Friends" is on Netflix right now, just in time for your one weirdo friend to be like, "I've never seen 'Friends'! I'll binge watch it!" (She's such a Phoebe.) In an attempt to tackle all 236 episodes, here's a list of the ones that you (and your Phoebe friend) absolutely, no-questions-asked must watch right away. We've got the one where Joey puts his head inside a turkey, the one where Ross yells "PIVOT" a lot and the one with the lobsters.


9. Season 7, Episode 23/24: "The One With Monica and Chandler's Wedding"Best line: "Monica, I though this was going to be the most difficult thing I ever had to do. But when I saw you walking down that aisle, I realized how simple it was. I love you. And surprises that come our way, it's ok, because I will always love you. You are the person I was meant to spend the rest of my life with."


Outside the room, Bryony admits to Susannah that she knows something is not quite right with Westcott. She hands over the Nordosk file; the top secret information about the Russian village affected by this back in 1973. Here, Susannah sees for herself that there were no survivors.


Back in Midwich, all the kids walk in single-file onto the bus as Paul and the other watch on. Now, Susannah actually boards the bus with them, as her earlier promise about bearing the brunt of this, rings true. Susannah keeps her cool, especially when Westcott learns of the rogue agent among them. When the bus and the jeep in front are stopped, Paul hits the detonator and watches with the others as the bus is absolutely obliterated.


The kind of trauma Peacemaker deals with is something I wish DC actually took more seriously on their higher profile heroes like Batman and Superman because James Gunn actually confronts the reality as opposed to other projects that tread water with it. That's not to say that Bruce Wayne or Clark Kent ever had to deal with a Nazi parent or the inadvertent tragedy of accidentally killing another family member, but it's still pretty messed up to come out whole while having to constantly do extreme things like this. It's been an actual attempt on some level for him to confront his PTSD, albeit in a violent and potentially deadly way, as if Chris believes his road to being "better" means jumping further into the fires instead of away from them. 041b061a72


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