[S3E2] On The Straight And Arrow
During the test, both Phoebe and Max hide behind the bushes to help Cherry cheat. When Cherry is about to shoot, Max distracts Phoebe with the classic "Oh look a puppy!" He then uses his powers to control Cherry's arrow to hit the target. However, Cherry gets only a C. Phoebe says that she can get Cherry an A instead. She uses her telekinesis to make Cherry involuntarily shoot the target; but Max starts controlling Cherry's movement, resulting in a very messy uncoordinated movement. As the twins fight to control Cherry's movements, the arrow gets loose and hits Principal Bradford's toe. Bradford gives Cherry a detention. Once Cherry realizes that Max and Phoebe did this, she gets really mad at both of them.
[S3E2] On the Straight and Arrow
Max, hoping to help Cherry out, gets himself into detention too. He starts telling Cherry about his plans to escape. But then the principal catches him and calls him to sit next to him. Cherry uses Max's idea to free the tarantula spider with a mini-bow and arrow. Phoebe wants to help her using telekinesis but Cherry says that she wants to be able to do it herself without relying on "the Thunder Twins." So, she goes ahead but unfortunately, she shoots Principal Bradford's toe. Again!
On top of the vehicles added to the Motorpass, the new Episode will feature new cars, including some which will be available for purchase straight away on September 8th: the Mazda MX-5 NA (Street Race), the Chevrolet Corvette C3 (Touring Car) and the Mazda MX-5 NA Spearhog ed. (Rally Raid). Of course, you can expect additional vehicle drop later during the Season, so stay tuned on our channels for more information!
In Jacksonville, Florida, four at-risk teens participate in a "scared straight" tour. Towering over nearly everyone, KeShawn, 15, is intimidated by no one except when his pint-sized brother tries to imitate his actions, and suffers the consequences. Also, Johnny, a white, self-proclaimed racist, endures the wrath of the black inmate population.
During the third season, The Flash was a part of the "Invasion!" crossover event with Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. The event also saw Melissa Benoist reprising her role as Kara Danvers / Supergirl from Supergirl. Andrea Brooks, who plays Eve Teschmacher on Supergirl, briefly reprised her role in the episode "Dead or Alive". The Supergirl episode "Star-Crossed" ends with Music Meister (Darren Criss) hypnotizing Kara on Earth-38 and fleeing to Earth-1 to do the same to Barry, thus initiating the events of The Flash season 3 episode "Duet". Benoist returned as Kara, as did Supergirl regulars Chris Wood, David Harewood and Jeremy Jordan, along with Legends of Tomorrow regular Victor Garber and former Arrow regular John Barrowman.
This has gotten très spooky and everything, but still, woowww do I love these three being pals. We can surely lose something else in favour of more Helga, Siggy & Aslaug as the de facto rulers of Kattegat, walking around looking like the Norns and being beautiful buddies. Think of how much time we have wasted with that one Viking with the arrow in the arm or whatever, when we could have been watching Helga teach her friends her eyeliner looks while they play Fuck-Marry-Kill with the Norse pantheon.
Back in the Mercia forest, the Vikings are tossing coins and having a jolly old time, when that one Viking who is seriously taking up waaayyy too much oxygen in this story asks them to cut off his arm. That arrowhead must have infected him? Maybe? Or it was poisoned! Whatever, this is about to be really gross. Bjorn offers to do it, but Soon-to-be-One-Armed-Vikings wants it to be Floki. Oh man remember in Season 1 when we learned that in addition to being Loki and Daedelus, Floki is also a Healer? Floki you are such a great character.
At 5:00PM at the Loft, Stiles, Derek, Scott and Peter formulate a plan to break into the vault based on a successful robbery that took places just before the bank closed for good. A narrow air duct leads from the roof into the wall of the vault and from there Derek believes he can use his fist to break through the wall into the bank. When Stiles doubts there is enough room to get enough power behind a punch, Derek demonstrates by punching his hand hard enough to throw him off balance.
Breaking down the storylines one at a time, Baker's Keisha is still missing and that lands Kevin (Alex Hibbert) in a world of trouble. Even as Dre (Miriam A. Hyman) and Nina (Tyla Abercrombie) search the school and approach the police, Kevin does some snooping of his own and figures out she's dating a new boyfriend, Nuck (Cortez Smith). With a scared-as-hell Papa and a defiant Jake, he sets off to confront Nuck who aims a gun straight to Kevin's head.
Dre tracks Keisha's phone that leads her straight to the homeless community where Ronnie (Ntare Mwine) has built up a reputation of sorts. After a bit of confrontation, Ronnie finds her phone and Dre threatens to come back for him if things go sideways. The missing scene in episode 1 was a shocker and 'Brewfurd' manages to keep the suspense going. It also brings the siblings relationship to light as it connects to another character who's realized his laf-brother is in town.
Wayne was born to Ray Judd and his unnamed mother. A few years later, Judd got a younger brother. He, his brother and his mother moved out. Ray pursued them but by the time he found them Judds mother had a new boyfriend. When Judd reached adulthood he became a policeman and married fellow cop Monica. On 12 June 2000, Judd responded to his first call at The West House where the mother of the household had strong words with him. Judd cheated on Monica with the wife of a career criminal but she later died after they broke up. Judd had constant disputes with the Wests, but once they went straight, Judd developed feelings for Cheryl, the mother. They pursued a relationship and after several ups and downs, became partners. Cheryl got impregnanted by Judd but their baby was stillborn.
Judd is the main cop in charge of the West family. He worked under Detective Inspector Grisham. He raids the West house on the morning of Wolf's trial, looking for Van, who committed a home invasion the night before. He also escorts Pascalle home after her assault on the WINZ Guy. He is doubtful that Cheryl can follow through on her plan to straighten out her family. (Slings And Arrows)
Judd is later seen talking to Wolf at prison, Wolf narks on Allen Markham and Judd later arrests him. Judd later contemplates sending a letter arguing about Jethros legal barring but decides against it but he arrests Margaret after a tip off by Loretta that she is escaped prisoner, Mark. When Cheryl goes to visit Luther Wallace to collect the money he stole from Hoochie Mama, Judd tackles her into the grass and informs her that she walked into a drug bust. Luther is arrested and Judd, surprised that Cheryl is actually going down the straight and narrow, returns the stolen money to her. Judd gains alot of respect for Cheryl at this point. Judd follows Cheryl in his car one night to a motel she is staying at. She invites him in for a drink and they end up having sex. When Cheryl learns that Judd set Wolf up and this is why he is in prison, she loses all respect for Judd as she viewed him as the only man she could trust. Judd, trying to regain her respect tells her that although Van did the Tongan job, he could frame Draska. Cheryl agrees, but Hickey becomes addicted to the idea of arresting Van. But Loretta steals the money so there is no case.
Judd first met Cheryl in 2000, when he responded to a noise control complaint at their house. In Season One, Judd showed disbelief that Cheryl could follow through with her plan at straightening her family out. But as he noticed she actually started to do what she said, he fell in love with her and she did the same. The two slept together at the end of season One. In Season Two, Judd showed disgust at Wolf being back in Cheryls life and he made Wolf leave the city. When Wolf was not there for Cheryl when a Hoochie Mama deal fell through, Judd showed up to her hotel room with wine and the two watched movies together. As the season progressed, Cheryl spent more and more nights at Judds and the two started to fall in love. By the end of Season Two Judd had moved into The West House. When Judd went to court in Season Three for his part in the gang burglary, Cheryl paid for a QC lawyer which Judd did not approve of. Judd also did not like how much time Cheryl was spending with the dodgy Gary Savage and the two broke up. In Season Four, Judd was shown to still show interest in Cheryl but have a new life, but by the end of Season four, they got back together. Cheryl also discovered she was pregnant. In Season Five, Judd did everything he could to make sure Cheryl had some rest and he introduced her to his family. A big stone was thrown in the path of their relationship when their baby, Tama Judd was still born. Judd could not believe Cheryl would ditch him when the baby was born and the two had a huge argument about this at Lorettas wedding. When Cheryl murdered Zane Gerard and plead guilty, Judd told her that he may leave in Season Six. But Cheryl promised to change her plea just for him and the twos relationship blossomed once again.
And away from the rest, we see David (who has repeatedly reassured Snow that the arrow only ripped his jacket) peeling off his coat and lifting that shirt to show his magnificently sculpted abs Dreamshade wound.
Season 3, Episode 13: In this championship edition of The Franchise presented by GEHA, Clark Hunt reflects on the journey his father, Lamar Hunt, took during the inception of the AFL. Now regarded as a key member of the NFL's beginnings, Clark discusses how important it is to the Chiefs to have an opportunity to bring home a third Lamar Hunt trophy against the Bengals. After enduring an ankle injury against the Jaguars, quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the subject of a media blitz as the football world looks forward to the AFC Championship. Cody Tapp and Alex Gold look forward to the Chiefs' matchup against Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals. Then, the Chiefs meet the Bengals for the fourth time in just over a year. Chris Jones, Frank Clark, and Travis Kelce bring legendary performances as Patrick Mahomes leads the team to their third straight Lamar Hunt trophy in four years. The Chiefs earn a berth in Super Bowl 57, where they will meet the Philadelphia Eagles. 041b061a72