Air Date : June 20th, 2016 Season Number : 3 Episode Number : 1 Episode Name : Burn Pile Networks : Bravo Genres : Drama
squad waits for findings from a task force into Sergeant Houle’s case.
Nick and Ben find themselves at the centre of the fractured squad, the
only partnership that has endured. On the job, the squad face a horrific
accident that puts multiple lives in danger.
Casts: Dan Petronijevic, Maxim Roy, Adrian Holmes, Jared Keeso, Laurence Leboeuf, Mylène Dinh-Robic, Benz Antoine
I also loved how All Might living didn’t feel like a cop-out - It was still a meaningful, emotional battle because even though he didn’t lose his life, he still sacrificed his powers, the Quirk that his teacher gave him, that allowed him to achieve his goals as a pillar of morality and hope. This, to me, shows a great trust in Midoriya, that he’ll carry on this legacy that Toshinori protected with…dare I say it…all his might…
Guys, I’ve got some problems with Kelly Dodd. Let me illustrate why in a fun and reader-friendly listicle comprised of my three main issues with this dumb broad.
1.) You’re the new girl. Know your place. Unless you have some receipts about someone’s BF faking cancer, please have several seats. You can’t just glom onto last season’s fights like a parasite. All that’s saying is that you’re not interesting enough to find your own.
2.) Coming for people for their looks or age is petty and makes you look stupid and insecure. That said, stop painting your eyebrows on like Groucho Marx.
3.) Bringing up David’s affair is disgusting and so are you. Let Shannon Beador live.
Bonus: At least Mrs. Roper was funny. And she could rock a caftan.