Bela and Whitney ask Kimberly for more details. Kimberly says she won't kiss and tell, but is astonished by how much better the sex is with Nico than it was with Max, even though she was in love with Max. Whitney isn't surprised. Bela is upset that Kimberly won't tell them anything. Kimberly says it's amazing and she can't stop thinking about it. They're still talking about it when Leighton joins them and asks who Kimberly is talking about. Kimberly lies and says it's the meteorologist from back home. Travis comes up to the table and says he's started his own a cappella group after not getting into any of the groups on campus. They're having a concert tomorrow and he makes it clear he expects all of them to come.
Leighton comes into Whitney and Kimberly's room and asks Whitney for an old workout jacket. The Women's Center is going to help at a horse farm and she doesn't want a horse chewing on one of her nice jackets. She sends Leighton to get one out of her closet. Leighton takes it and finds a note in the pocket from Dalton. She reads it and realizes Whitney was having an affair with him. Whitney makes Leighton promise not to tell anyone. Leighton promises not to say anything, but doesn't think it's a big deal because she's been making out with bartenders since she was fourteen. Whitney is disturbed by that, but finds it reassuring. Leighton offers to bail on the Women's Center thing if Whitney wants to talk about it. Whitney says no, but Leighton has already used her as an excuse.
Leighton is trying to talk to Whitney, but Whitney is distracted. She points out Canaan to Leighton and says they hooked up. Leighton says he's hot and that's the kind of guy she should be going for. She tells Whitney to go over and talk to him, but Whitney thinks she might need to wait before jumping into something new. Leighton says the best way to get over someone is to start seeing someone even hotter right away. Whitney gets up to go talk to Canaan. He invites her to sit down with him.
Kimberly runs into Sips, where Roger tells her she's late again. He says she's on thin ice. He sends her to mop the floor. After he's walked away, Lila asks her why she keeps coming to work late. Kimberly tells her about Nico. A customer tries to order, but Lila waves him off in favor of continuing to talk to Kimberly. Kimberly admits that having sex with him is all she can think about. She skipped all her classes yesterday even though she barely has a C in Econ. Lila tells her to ask Professor Bennett for extra credit. Lila did that last year.
Leighton gets a text from Whitney thanking her because she's seeing Canaan tonight. Nearby, Alicia and Ginger are talking about catfishing and how Ginger got catfished by her cousin again. Alicia says she needs to set boundaries with him. Tova comes in and apologizes for being late. It's over between them and Beth. They were supposed to go to Beth's house for Thanksgiving. Beth's parents were cool with her being a lesbian, but thought Tova might be too much for them. They never met a non-binary person before, so Beth wanted them to femme it up. Leighton says, \"Fuck that.\" and Alicia asks her to let them know quickly which side she's on. Leighton says Tova's, obviously. When she first started coming to the Women's Center, she thought they all sucked, but then she got to know them and thinks they're all pretty great. Tova in particular is almost too cool to be there and coming there anyway makes them somehow even cooler. It's Beth's loss. Ginger asks Leighton about how she pointed at her in particularly when she was talking about not liking people because of their personalities, but Leighton denies doing that.
Bela is impressed with the autograph wall, where many famous comedians have signed. Bela's worried about the final deliberations but Ryan assures her that he's voting for her. She doesn't think Eric likes her, but he says Eric doesn't like anyone. He regularly calls Ryan a talentless hack, despite being his best friend and roommate. He tells her not to worry about Eric. Bela spots another signature and is talking about it when Ryan pushes himself into her back. Bela pushes him off and says she doesn't want to do whatever that is. She excuses herself and leaves.
Kimberly tells Whitney she thinks she's a sex addict. Whitney doubts that, but Kimberly says they had sex six times today. It was almost seven, but a professor walked in on them. Everything she sees makes her think about having sex with him. Leighton joins them and asks if they can just take a quick picture as proof and then leave. Whitney suggests cheering really loudly at the end of the first song then leaving. Bela joins them and says her final submission is in, but she's pretty sure she's not getting in. Travis introduces The AcaFellas. They start their performance. Bela, Whitney, Kimberly, and Leighton cheer loudly, then sneak out.
Meadows Senior Fellow Dr. Stefanie Carnes joins host David Condos to reveal how growing up as the daughter of sex addiction treatment pioneer Patrick Carnes inspired her to reach the women who are often left out of the conversation around intimacy issues.
The episode is set on the fiftieth birthday of Jack Donaghy (Alec Baldwin), and much of the plot revolves around his concerns with his age and desire to reclaim the happiness of his childhood. At the same time, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) is forced to deal with her ex-boyfriend Dennis Duffy (Winters) and his self-diagnosis as a sex addict as well as the fact that Dennis slept with her close friend Jenna Maroney (Jane Krakowski). A final plotline in the episode involves the desire of Tracy Jordan (Tracy Morgan) to travel in space, and the efforts by Liz and Jack to deceive him into thinking he has done so.
At the same time, Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) is visited by her ex-boyfriend, Dennis Duffy (Dean Winters), who informs her that he is a sex addict, now atoning for his past errors. Liz is unimpressed and asks Dennis to leave, before going to work. Later, after arriving at work, Liz answers Jenna Maroney's (Jane Krakowski) cellphone, and is surprised to find that Dennis is calling Jenna. Liz pretends to be Jenna and discovers that Jenna and Dennis slept together. Liz is determined not to let this revelation affect her friendship with Jenna, so the two go to confront Dennis about his behavior. During the confrontation, Liz discovers that Jenna and Dennis actually slept together in her bed, leading her to resent Jenna's actions. As a result, she fails to tell Jenna about an improperly attached piece of equipment, leading Jenna to injure her leg.
There is an ambiguity to Sister Alice throughout her storyline, but what is not ambiguous is that she runs away from her mother at the end of S1E7. This woman has been manipulating her for most of her life, going back at least to that day on the side of the road. At the end of the day, it would seem that Birdie is cynical and faithless. She views the Radiant Assembly as a business and thinks about things like faith healings in those terms.
In this regard, the case is largely solved in S1E7. Herman Baggerly stopped giving money to the Radiant Assembly, so Seidel hired Ennis and the others to perform the kidnapping to get the $100K the church needed to cover its debts. Charlie was crying in the motel room, so Ennis brought one of the sex workers from the brothel around to breastfeed him. Unfortunately, she was a heroin addict, and so little Charlie died.
The church needed $100,000 to right itself once Mr. Baggerly ceased his support so they turned to kidnapping his grandson. Perhaps I missed something but who knew that Charlie was his grandson until after the kidnapping My theory is that only Birdie did. i also think that George Gannon was put up by Birdie into having an affair with Emily to help the kidnapping along and he did not care about her at all.
The other issue that got my hackles all the way up, and which I am not giving the benefit of doubt, is the Perrin/Egwene/Rand love triangle mess. Suddenly, out of nowhere, we are supposed to believe this has been an ongoing issue for Perrin That he has been in love with Egwene from afar That it was noticeable enough that Nynaeve is sick of Rand and Perrin fighting over her Are we supposed to look back at the weirdness between Laila and Perrin and think it has to do with Egwene!
I kinda think that VAn could actually be alive in the present as one of the metioned but yet unnamed survivors.Also think that the deer antlers girl is Lottie but then who was running One of the unnamed and raraely seen girls At the burial sight there are 19 people standing (+ Ben ying somewhere else) but I cannot name more than 12.
A replica prom for a traumatized Shauna is exactly the out of touch Wife Guy move that Jeff would do, especially since it seems like the majority of their passion happened when they were teens, and he might think this is a way to recapture that.
There were absolute queer things all through the diner, because I wanted my people in the diner, I wanted to care for them, but I also wanted things that were hard and harsh, about honesty, about relationships in the diner. And one of the things that I loved was that those things and those people translated fairly effortlessly, I think, onto the screen.
If you shoot through the portal window, where the food gets passed through, you can see the cast. They are supporting each other. It was really magical and special, and I think that contributed to why Gary loved that set, just because we spent two weeks there, and it was gorgeous and it was accurate and we loved it.
Thanks Barb! Believe it or not, this one was the easiest/fastest of all the eps so far. I think because it was mostly just light and funny and not so heavy with the themes Appreciate your comments, as always.
Hazel was looking for a raw, live rock concert experience and in some ways she might as well have stayed in the bedroom cube and watched a concert video. Warpa