[S1E4] One Minute
Back at home, Demelza and Verity are needlepointing in awkward silence. Demelza wonders what a fancy lady would do and thinks, I know! I'll ring the maid bell! I'll ask for tea! Fancy ladies love super hot beverages you spend 25 minutes blowing on and only 1 minute actually enjoying!
[S1E4] One Minute
The Last of Us Episode 4 will only be 50 minutes long, making it the shortest episode of the series to date! This is going to feel significantly shorter than Episode 3, which was an extra-long 75-minute special.
While on the way back to Atlantis, a Puddle Jumper is stuck halfway through the Stargate. The team has thirty eight minutes before the Stargate shuts down, and the team will be blown into space. While another team back on Atlantis works out a way to save them, an alien bug with wraith-like self-healing properties which had previously attached itself to Major John Sheppard's neck, is slowly killing him.
Only thirty-eight minutes can pass before a Stargate's wormhole shuts down. In this case, such an event would destroy the part of the Jumper that had demolecularized and would leave the rest open to the vacuum of space. The team members in the still-intact section of the Jumper inform Atlantis of their predicament.
At David Palmer's hotel suite, an agent tells him that Agent Pierce wants to talk to him. Palmer tells him that he will in a minute and he gets out his phone. He calls Carl Webb and asks for an update on the Maureen Kingsley situation. Webb tells him that it's barely been half an hour since he had told him about it. Palmer tells him he needs him to find out as much as possible now and that he wants to hear something by four. He hangs up as Sherry walks in. She asks where he was and he tells her that he went for a drive to get away from everything. She tells him about the assassination threat and he smiles and says that he thought all the fuss had been about something serious.
Alan York sits handcuffed on the bridge and Teri tries to get Alan out of the charge. An operator informs the officer that an emergency call was placed 30 minutes ago. He uncuffs Alan and they move on.
The episode was inspired by popular reality television shows, most notably Survivor. Originally, the first cut of the episode ran 37 minutes long and the producers considered making the episode a two-parter, one focusing on the Alliance and another focusing on Meredith's birthday party, but later decided against the idea. In addition, several of the lines and scenes from the episode were improvised or ad-libbed by the cast. "The Alliance" was viewed by an estimated 5.4 million viewers and received a 2.4/6% rating share among adults between the ages of 18 and 49. The episode received positive reviews from critics.
Several of the lines and scenes from the episode were improvised or ad-libbed by the cast. Jenna Fischer named the party planning scene her favorite scene and called it "longest most horrible meeting of all time". On the commentary track for the episode, Fischer revealed that the scene was almost entirely ad-libbed. At one point, Phyllis Smith, who portrays Phyllis Margaret Vance (née Lapin), made a joke that made every one on set laugh, forcing production to halt for almost 45 minutes. Dwight's "gun show" joke was written by Rainn Wilson. Larry Wilmore later called the "gun show" scene his favorite. Wilmore later said of ab-libs, "part of the fun in writing a show like this is trying to write lines that sound like ad-libs." Daniels also praised the episode's lines, saying, "when you know the acting is really good, it all sounds like it's been improvised."
The weathered sign may suggest that love is rare and tough to find 20 years into the apocalypse. A few minutes later, Joel tells Ellie they won't light a campfire for the evening because there's a chance they could run into people with intentions worse than simply robbing them.
Since the show's premiere, he's presented himself as selfish. He's someone who will look out for himself and his own before others. He refused to help people on the side of the road in Texas and, minutes later, encouraged his brother to drive through innocent people just so they could flee town alive. That's something viewers should remember as we move through season one.
The Responder has been an intense ride and somewhat of an emotional roller coaster. While there is a lot going on, everything is pretty easy to understand and digest. We have multiple interconnected storylines with Chris, Casey, Marco, Ray, Rachel, and others. Each storyline is equally interesting with many possible outcomes to keep the viewer guessing from one minute to the next.
The Last Of Us Season 1 Episode 4, which clocks in at just 43 minutes, introduces her, but also includes a fan favorite character at the very end. Here is our The Last Of Us Season 1 Episode 4 recap and review, but be warned, there are massive spoilers ahead.
Cassie arrives on the plane five minutes before it takes off. She asks Nate what he wants her to do, to make drinks. He tells her to just do the pre-flight and she's good to go, saying everyone's already there. He gestures to indicate that all of the seats are empty, saying he doesn't know how they stay in business and he doesn't want to, so he sees all eight passengers and if anyone asks, she sees them too. "Okay, great," she agrees. The flight takes off and she goes into a hallucination with Alex, asking where all the people are for her to eavesdrop on. He tells her to relax and dance with him and they'll see what happens when they land. He plays a song for her, one she hates, and she tells him she's on one of his planes, doing something illegal. He asks why it has to be illegal and she replies that they surely aren't picking up crates of lobsters. "I'm a guy you met once. Why am I so important?" he asks. She tells him she's not going to say she's falling in love with him because he's dead and that would be insane. She moves to kiss him, but then an announcement comes on, startling her out of the hallucination. Nate tells her he's taking the plane down and to buckle up.
Cassie meets Davey at the restaurant, saying he's a few minutes late. She asks him where Rick and the girls are and he says they're back at the hotel. She asks why, if everything is okay, and he pulls out one of the plush whales. She asks if he's mad that she bought a gift for her nieces. He asks if he heard her tell them no and she replies that she didn't think it was that big of a deal. He shakes his head and she says he's overreacting, that her co-worker lets her kid ride on the front of her car when it's hot out. She says it's just a stuffed animal and he counters that it's a secret she asked his kids to keep from him. He says that she and their father had their secret codes and friendship that made them feel special. He says that making his kids like him less won't make them love her more. She replies that he's making her that bad guy and it's sad because she felt close to him today. He tells he shows up drunk and Dad pulled the same stuff. She replies she wasn't drunk and he throws this in her face all the time, so she's immune to it. He asks if she was drunk at the aquarium. She shouts that everyone's drunk to him. A man comes up, saying he's going to have to ask them to keep their voices down or they can go outside. They agree they're done. He walks away. She shouts after him, and pursues him, asking if he's really just going to walk away in the middle of a conversation. They argue some more about his issues with their father, and he asks how he was supposed to feel when their father called her the son he never had. He accuses her of rewriting their past and she asks if she rewrote the part where he left when he was 18, leaving her with nobody. He says she's got that right, that he got out of there as fast as he could. She tells him she doesn't remember it and he says he hoped he'd remember things the way they really were. He gets into a cab, saying maybe he was just lying to himself.
Warning: SPOILERS for House of the Dragon season 1, episode 4House of the Dragon season 1, episode 4 features a trio of sex scenes that hold a particular significance for the characters involved. In "King of the Narrow Sea," Daemon (Matt Smith) returns to King's Landing after his victory over the Crabfeeder and swears his allegiance to his brother King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine). Under pressure to choose a husband, Princess Rhaenyra (Milly Alcock) embarks on a nighttime adventure with her uncle, during which they visit a brothel. Meanwhile, Alicent Hightower (Emily Carey) sustains her duties as queen. House of the Dragon episode 4's three sex scenes that transpire in a span of nine minutes further illustrate Alicent and Rhaenyra's diverging paths and offer insight into where the series' narrative is headed.
SLAVERY BY ANOTHER NAME is a 90-minute documentary that challenges one of Americans' most cherished assumptions: the belief that slavery in this country ended with the Emancipation Proclamation. The film tells how even as chattel slavery came to an end in 1865, thousands of African Americans were pulled back into forced labor with shocking force and brutality.
Mike Daniel [00:27:40] I completely agree. We have to adapt to a digital world, where we're not going out to be pressing the flesh. It's easier to get a meeting, but it's quicker... I actually think that a lot of businesses are going to succeed in a different way because of this. And they don't have these giant teams that are out there. Think about if you didn't have to go fly all around the world, all around the country, to try to get new contracts or get new customers, you could do this all from your office, you could schedule meetings every 15 minutes; you could have a much more efficient process. But what's the message, and how does it convey across this channel? That's the other piece is having a professional, consistent message across the channel. 041b061a72