s3e21

My true feelings about the beach revealed
  • Jess: That's it? That's all of LA?
  • Jimmy: Well...there's these crazy rumors that if you get in your car and actually drive east away from the beach, there's some big city and other stuff...but I don't believe it.
  • Jess: I take it you like the beach.
  • Jimmy: I would marry the beach if man and property were allowed to mate.
  • Jess: Sounds serious.
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30 Day Avatar The Last Airbender Challenge; Day 25: Make Up An Episode & Title It.
I have no idea what I would name this episode, but it would be nice to see a backstory of Ozai’s Angels. We know Aang ran away, Katara and Sokka’s mom was killed, and that Toph’s parents were neglectful. We got a tiny insight as to why the girls are the way they are during the ‘The Beach’ episode, but there could be more. I mean, Zuko got a whole episode. It would be nice to see something along the lines of “The Tales of Ba Sing Se” / “Zuko Alone” for the Fire Nation girls. 

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My name is Alfredo, and I’m an addict. Wow, um, first time I said those words, I was 33 and didn’t think I’d make it to see 34. If you told me then that I’d be getting my five-year chip now, I’d have thought you were high. Honestly. But, here I am. And it’s because of people in this room. You guys gave me my life back’ people like Libby, Tom, Sherlock. You’re the reason I made it five years clean, and the reason that I got my sights set on ten.

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Top 10 Shittiest Moments In The Life Of Cary Agos*

I’ve been thinking a lot about Cary Agos. That is clearly what the show wanted me to do with that cliffhanger, right?

  1. S1E21 - Fired as an Associate from L/G.
  2. S3E17 - Demoted as Deputy State’s Attorney due to his affair with ASA Dana Lodge.
  3. S3E21 - Fired from SA’s office by Peter after Eli catches him interviewing for a job with L/G. 
  4. S4E07 - Reconnects with his Dad. Finds out he is still a shithead who only contacted him because he wanted a favor.
  5. S4E08 - Gets beaten up by one of Kalinda’s husband lackeys. (Presumably still unaware of their connection to this day.) No worries, it only left him with a black eye! 
  6. S4E14 - L/G offers him a partnership… then recants it.
  7. S5E05 - Fired from L/G again after the F/A plans are uncovered. 
  8. S5E22 - Finds out Kalinda has been using him all throughout S5. To top that off, Diane knows all about it. (and now so does everyone at F/A.)
  9. S6E01 - Arrested for allegedly aiding the transport of $1.3 million in Heroin. Has to stay 1 week in jail until bail is cleared.
  10. S6E10 - Bishop backstabs him by intimidating a witness into lying on the stand. Forcing him to plead guilty, then go to jail without collecting $100.

* In chronological order.

PS: Making that S6E10 gif had me up in knots. :’(

A Guide to Getting into ‘Star Wars Rebels’

With ‘Star Wars Rebels’ coming back on the air and Star Wars having gained a reemerging popularity with a general audience thanks in no small part to the success of ‘The Force Awakens’, I’ve noticed there are many people who’ve expressed interest in watching ‘Rebels’, but aren’t quite sure where to start.

So where do exactly do you start to watch ‘Rebels’? Well, you can just jump right in from episode if you wanted to get right into it. While not technically standalone due to having connections to the canon Star Wars Universe at large, especially to its predecessor series ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’, so it is possible to jump into ‘Rebels’ right away.

Of course, if it was that simple, we wouldn’t be here. As I said, you can jump into ‘Rebels’ right away, but doing so would be a great disservice to the excellent ‘The Clone Wars’ as well as would rob you of some context that may be much needed in the future as the show drudges up past conflicts and characters, such as Captain Rex and Ahsoka Tano, major characters in both ‘The Clone Wars’ and the ongoing Season 2 of ‘Rebels’. Ahsoka Tano being especially important as her character was both introduced in and central to the narrative of ‘The Clone Wars’ as the Padawan of Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader.

Below the cut is a list of ‘Star Wars: The Clone Wars’ episodes meant to help ‘fast track’ you through the dense amount of episodes of the series to get the most out of it in the shortest amount of time so you can move on to more current events.

Special Thanks goes to @windona for helping me out with making and organizing this list.

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