Wow what a stupid remark that producer made. He obviously has no idea about the Morse legacy. Never in my all my years watching and rewatching Morse and Lewis did I think that i was listening to a jukebox show. But I do now when watching this series.
Just about everything was wrong with the scenes in the barracks. A live mine field in Oxfordshire WHAT RUBBISH. Also truck (did not look like 3 tonner) drove away without tail gate up. Too many stupid errors in this episode. Only started watching series started back at first series and binge watched over last two weeks. Had really been enjoying it up to last couple of episodes.
This episode gained a 19.1 Nielsen Rating and a 29 audience share, meaning that 19.1% of American households watched the episode, and 29% of all televisions in use at the time were tuned into it. It reran on March 24, 1994, and earned exactly the same numbers, which was a good sign that the show was becoming a hit.
Later, through a 2-way mirror, Greggs watches Devonne, the child from the home invasion, with a psychiatrist. Devonne is extremely withdrawn and does not engage with toys or the psychiatrists. Greggs calls her ex-partner Cheryl and asks to see her son Elijah. She apologizes for the time that has passed and they set a meeting for the following day. The psychiatrist tells Greggs that Devonne remains too withdrawn to revisit the event.
Joseph \"Proposition Joe\" Stewart and Slim Charles visit Pearson's florist to arrange for flowers to be sent to the funeral of Butchie. Joe tells the florist that Butchie was a careful and subtle player in the drug dealing game and asks for the card to say \"Butchie, woe to them that call evil good, and good evil. From your true and loyal friend Proposition Joe\". Outside Slim Charles worries that the flowers and card will not deter Butchie's friend Omar Little from seeking revenge. Slim Charles next asks about Marlo Stanfield, who was responsible for Butchie's murder as a ploy to lure Omar back to Baltimore. Joe tells Slim Charles that he does not blame Stanfield for his situation but instead whoever told Stanfield about Butchie's connection to Omar. Prop Joe correctly suggests that his nephew Melvin \"Cheese\" Wagstaff is responsible but tells Slim Charles that he will not act without confirmation. Joe plans to go into hiding, leaving Cheese in charge and have Slim Charles watch Cheese to see if he spends the money he would have received for the information.
Prop Joe chairs a meeting of the New Day Co-Op. In attendance are Stanfield, Slim Charles, Cheese and drug kingpins Philboy, Ghost, Hungry Man and Ricardo \"Fatface Rick\" Hendrix. Hendrix tells the other drug dealers about his property deals with the city council and how he expects to clear a million dollars for relocating his club. Hendrix plans to continue to invest in property and sell it for a profit as gentrification progresses. Hungry Man interjects that Milton is pursuing a similar scheme and using a prisoner reentry program to repair houses. Stanfield angrily tells the older men that they are wasting his time and asks Prop Joe if there is any more business. Slim Charles offers the floor to Hungry Man who describes a grievance involving Cheese and the division of new territory in Baltimore County. Cheese is furious and insults Hungry Man. Joe intercedes and warns Cheese that he is out of line as he is not a charter member of the Co-Op. Joe reassures Hungry Man that Cheese will respect the agreed boundaries and calls the meeting to an end. Cheese storms out of the room while Stanfield watches. After the meeting, Stanfield shows Prop Joe that he has received the funds that Joe helped him to launder. Stanfield asks Joe what they can do next and Joe offers to open another door for him. He asks Stanfield to focus on working with others and Stanfield thanks him for his advice.
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Meanwhile, Reese employs Hal and Dewey to help him cook a fantastic thanksgiving feast. So much so that he's made the kitchen off-limits to everyone else so that he can be focused entirely on cooking dinner, such as using a monk fish to help the turkey lock in all of the juices and getting Dewey to obtain the correct spices from a farmer's market (using cash stolen from Hal's wallet).
At the house, everyone continues to give each other the silent treatment. Nobody is talking to each other and Lois demands to know why Malcolm isn't home for Thanksgiving. Hal asks her to leave it alone and he'll come home when he's ready. Lois is more enraged by his collective behavior in allowing Malcolm to ditch dinner. Francis tells her off to mind her own business. Piama mentions that Thanksgiving with her relatives would be much better than being here. Dewey asks if he could be excused to his room. However, everyone starts to feel much better when Reese comes. He announces dinner is ready and lays out a delicious looking spread of salad, steamed carrots, squash stuffing, shrimp, green beans, a meatloaf tower with asparagus, noodle nests, mashed potato, Beef Wellington, and the pièce DE resistance, the turkey monk fish. Everyone is about to dig in when Malcolm shows up drunk and ruins the festivities. He tells Lois off that she's a terrible mother who's lost her touch with reality and had a good time hanging out with his friends. She is offended and tells Malcolm off that he's grounded for a month for questioning her parenting skills. He ignores her and proceeds to insult her further.... only to end up throwing up in the turkey. Everyone is disgusted and abandons the table leaving Reese's dinner completely uneaten. Reese attempts to get everyone back since the rest of the dishes are still good to no avail.
Michael Lee oversees his drug dealing corner with his crew chief Spider. Kenard walks around the corner with a brown paper bag and places it under a step. Officer Anthony Colicchio and his partner watch Kenard from their patrol car, parked at a corner at the other end of the block. Colicchio observes Kenard in disbelief as he is sure the drug dealers know they are being watched. His partner suggests waiting for the crew to serve someone but Colicchio decides that the crew are vulnerable either way and moves in.
Jay Spry notices the Davis hearings story on the television and is aghast that the paper missed the story. Haynes pulls Zorzi over to ask why the story was missed, with the investigation going on for so long. Zorzi blames the loss of the city court reporter, and claims that he is only able to effectively cover the federal court beat. Haynes assigns Zorzi to reach Davis, and recognizes that Rupert Bond organized the \"perp walk\" that they are watching on TV and tells Templeton to contact the State's Attorney's office, as Bond will be willing to furnish them with the details of the story. Haynes gripes that in the past, no one would consider staging an event for the media without calling the daily newspaper, but that now only television news is considered important.
Falling to the ground in tremendous pain, the young Lannister notices a greenish light emanating from the end of the tunnel and he drags himself toward it. Lancel spots three candles on top of a puddle of wildfire at the end of the tunnel, realizing what is about to happen, he desperately crawls as fast as he can down the dark corridor to the candles. But he doesn't get there in time - he can only watch as the wildfire cache explodes, incinerating him and everyone inside Baelor's Great Sept.
Lexi sits at a pond of water, and meditates away from her followers. Outside Ben and Roger are seen watching her, and Ben asks him what she is doing, and Roger replies that she is meditating and getting away from her followers. Ben asks what they want from her, and Roger replies \"everything\", as they think she's god. Roger says that he's glad Ben's here, so someone can tell her the truth that she's dying, since she looks like he's 21, however she is technically 1, and her growth spurts are random so Roger does not know how long she can last. Ben then walks past the line of followers, and goes to visit Lexi, and speaks to her; Ben tells Lexi to stop talking like a fortune cookie, and Lexi starts to uncontrollably use her powers, but is calmed down and talked into having a blood test. Later after Roger takes the blood test, Lourdes walks in, gets angry and tries to take the blood test away from Roger, however Lexi again starts using her powers, and accidentally destroys the blood. Later during the night Lexi meets and speaks with The Monk, who is an Espheni Overlord.
The bastard son of King Alfred the Great (David Dawson) has been one of Uhtred's most trusted allies for many years, fighting alongside him in several battles. including at least one where he narrowly escaped death. In the time between seasons 4 and 5, the former monk had become something of a ladies man, even causing fights between the women of Rumcofa. Unfortunately, he never gets the chance to settle down, instead meeting an untimely death in a brutal skirmish as tensions between Saxon and Dane reach boiling point.
The vampires watch the fight of Joseph against Wamuu, constantly cheering on Wamuu while mocking Joseph. When Wamuu loses the race, some of the vampires decide to kill Joseph and Lisa Lisa. Lisa Lisa kills some while Wamuu kills the others out of respect for Joseph before he gives Joseph the antidote to his ring and dies. Other vampires then insult Wamuu for losing but Kars stabs the three with his blade and drains their blood. The remaining vampires tells Kars that he shouldn't fight alone but he says he'll honor his word about a one-on-one fight.
Soon after that, Giorno's stepfather stopped hitting him and the kids that bullied him at school started being surprisingly friendly, such as giving up their seats to him in crowded movie theaters. The man only quietly watched over Giorno from afar but Giorno learned the importance of trusting people from this complete stranger. Despite the gangster taking a strict position that Giorno shouldn't get involved in the gang world, Giorno aspires to become a gang-star as he grows up and later joins Passione.The anime adaptation expands on his character and reveals that he had a code of honor which at least forbid to sell drugs to women and children. He considered one drug dealer committing such acts as \"scum\" and executed him in front of his son without regrets. The anime suggests that Giorno's own methods emulate that of this man. 59ce067264