Nathan Chen friggin skates 5 quads in a program like it’s nothing. I’m so sooo glad he’s american because that means I can love him instead of despise him for the monster he is. (Fun fact his combined score is 1 pt lower than Yurio’s combined score in the GPF, so basically he skates like a monster even in those basic no stress competitions where no one can compete with him anyway)
Vincent Zhou skated beautifully it will be nice to see where he goes especially being so young. It feels like he has so much more in him and is nowhere even close to peaking yet. Congrats on 2nd for him!
So sooo proud of Jason Brown for skating as well as he did with a broken foot. Made me feel like a chump for ever complaining over an injury. That he didn’t even attempt a quad the entire competition and still landed in 3rd is a testament to how incredibly beautiful he skates, no one can touch him with that. I hope he gets better and starts landing those quads so he can really compete with Nathan!
A MAN ON A MISSION — After receiving new visions of
the looming prophecy, Freya (Riley Voelkel) uncovers that her family is
on a collision course with a dangerous new enemy. Meanwhile, with the
help of Detective Kinney (guest star Jason Dohring), Vincent (Yusuf
Gatewood) and Kol (guest star Nathaniel Buzolic) travel to the ancestral
world to put a stop to the witches and take back their city once and
for all. Elsewhere, Klaus (Joseph Morgan) and Elijah (Daniel Gillies)
confront Marcel (Charles Michael Davis) after a heartbreaking plan gone
wrong has sent him spiraling. Phoebe Tonkin and Danielle Campbell also
star. Jeffrey Hunt directed the episode written by Ashley Lyle &
Tegan and Sara’s Sara Quin to Compose First Film Score for Clea Duvall’s ‘The Intervention’
Sara Quin of pop duo Tegan and Sara has composed her first film score for Clea Duvall‘s directorial debut “The Intervention,” which will premiere in competition at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, it was announced Thursday.
Quin’s 17-year writing career has focused on output for her celebrated band Tegan and Sara, which has sold more than 1 million albums, earning 5 gold album certifications and 2 platinum certifications in their home country of Canada. They are 3-time Juno Award winners and Grammy nominees, and next year will also mark the release of their 8th studio album on Warner Bros. Records.
“It was an incredibly exciting opportunity to score Clea Duvall‘s excellent film. The greatest challenge for me was ensuring I wasn’t diminishing the impact of the clever and heartfelt dialogue spoken throughout,” said Quin. “I enjoyed trying to marry my own pop aesthetic to a more organic instrumentation that felt appropriate to the film, and I learned a lot about subtraction and ‘less is more.‘”