Grey’s Anatomy
season 13

Episode 1 : Undo

Episode 2 : Catastrophe and the Cure
Overview:Meredith considers her loyalties, as Alex deals with the repercussions of his actions. Newlyweds Amelia and Owen host a dinner party with unlikely guests, and Jackson proposes an arrangement to help April through her recovery.

Episode 3 : I Ain’t No Miracle Worker

Episode 4 : Falling Slowly


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I’ve been sick in bed for the past couple of days and been watching nothing but Halloween movies and tv specials, so I though I should share with everyone! I hope you all enjoy this massive list of all things Halloween!! <3 If anyone would like me to try and find something too add, please message me and I will see what I can do! 

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We Know How AMERICAN GODS Will Go Beyond Neil Gaiman’s Book (Exclusive) | Nerdist
There are few things in TVland we're more excited about than Starz's upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel, American Gods. What's not to love about a Bryan Fuller-produced show that features an incredibly divine cast including Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, Crispin Glover, Gillian Anderson, Orlando Jones, Kristin Chenoweth, and Jeremy Davies?! Fuller's got a plan in place to go far beyond Gaiman's original story, and today's Nerdist News has the scoop! Join host and goddess of Nerdist News, Jessica Chobot, as she reveals which supporting character from the American Gods novel is stepping up big time for the TV show. Spoilerphobes may want to stop reading now, 'cause we are doing this. You've been warned! OK, you good? One of the fan-favorite characters from the book was Mad Sweeney, a leprechaun who went off on his own for portions of the story. Pablo Schreiber is playing Mad Sweeney on the show, and if our source is correct, we're gonna actually see a lot of what he was


Looks like we’re getting…

- More fleshed out “Coming to America” bits!

- Lots more Mad Sweeney! 


It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…

The cable company has been nagging me to swap out my old cable boxes for modern ones. No extra cost! New equipment will be delivered to your front door! So easy! So simple!

It also requires me to do something. Look, I watch TV. I change the batteries in the remotes as needed. That’s enough. Why do I need new equipment?

The Big Bang Theory won’t be 12% funnier. Anderson Cooper’s look of deep concern won’t get more deeply concerning. Rachel Maddow won’t be any less irritating. Tiny House Hunter who complain about the lack of bathroom space won’t suddenly find the room for a bidet and whirlpool bathtub.

The promises of easy setup and free replacements failed to overcome my laziness. It may have been the 48th letter, the 33rd postcard, or maybe the 25th email that finally pushed me over the edge with the force of a Hoboken commuter train. Throwing all that paper in the recycle bin (you’re welcome, Gaia!) and hitting the email delete button over and over finally took its toll on me.

I relented by asking my wife to go online and request the upgraded equipment. 55 seconds later with the sound of a mouse click she said “It’s done. Stuff will be delivered in a few days.”

The box arrived today. It was large but mostly filled with bubble wrap and cardboard packaging.

The set up was incredibly easy. Some of the old cables and cords worked with the new equipment so I didn’t have to spend much time behind the TVs plugging in wires.

Best of all the new remote controls need not point at the cable boxes to work. I can even be in the other room and change channels. Yea!

Bob! That all sounds like the best of times. What’s the problem?

The remote buttons are in slightly different places. Years of right thumb muscle memory… wasted! Jump from HBO to CNN or check what’s on the Smithsonian channel at 9pm? Adjust the volume? Sure, but now I have to look at remote to see what I’m doing for the next few days.

I don’t really think showrunners can fully comprehend why it can be bad for some people when they say that “sexuality doesn’t matter”.

I can understand how most see this as something that isn’t all too terrible, because yes, it is nice to hear that sexuality isn’t an issue and that these characters are accepted and do not have to face the judgement that lgbt+ people in the real world have to face. This isn’t fully correct, though.

Saying that sexuality does not matter in the world you created usually leaves most upset because what comes soon is one of the following things for your characters.

A) They are tortured due to having relations with another character of the same sex (political, ally, team, etc;) in which they are also in a relationship with.

B) They are set up to sleep with multiple people, same and opposite sex.

C) They die

D) They come to a ‘realization’ that this was a simple phase and end up with a member of the opposite sex.

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