I don't mind saying it: I was scared right along with him. So many of us have been touched by cancer, or by loved ones who've contracted it - the familiar news, particularly the way it was laid out in this episode, kind of makes your heart sink. I was certain after his CAT scan that Vance was on his way out.
John plops down next to Tate and the dinosaur skeleton in the pit, and they talk about what could have killed it. John describes the area as being underwater all those years ago and maybe a sea shark killed this particular creature. Kayce interrupts to chat with his dad, and John gets straight to the point. He demands the truth, warning him the authorities will twist his story.
Stewart mentions two BLM agents noticing there was another rider when Lee arrived at Yellowstone Dutton Ranch and the governor adds that friends \"forget things\" for friends, but the reports will add up enough evidence that it would not matter. Perry mentions that it's already national news and the evidence points can to a \"racially motivated killing by an officer of [Jamie's] father's agency\" and the Attorney General have to start chopping heads, his own first.
Rip walks out of the stable and Beth is standing outside. Rip says he doesn't have the energy for her today. Beth says to take her anywhere but a music festival, to pick something more suited to her personality. Rip then suggests that they go get drunk and watch some wolves kill an elk in the park. Beth walks past him and says she'll drive.
Monica asks what she's done when they're in the car together. When Kayce responds it isn't her, she asks what he did. Kayce says he can't provide for a family selling horses. Monica rebuts he definitely can't if he's gifting them away. Kayce says he has two skills, and only one of them pays. He then mentions that he doesn't want his wife to have that responsibility and Monica cuts him off saying neither one of them had a problem with him being a broke horse trainer last week, but he has since his father walked been back into his life.
When Kayce says he's no good at this, Monica agrees that he's probably the worst liar, she's ever met. So she asks him to stop lying and say why he's leaving. As Kayce goes to confess to killing Robert, her brother, the house on the side of the road explodes, causing Kayce to swerve off the road.
Kayce tells Monica to call 911 as he goes to inspect the explosion's remains. Kayce takes over his jumper to cover his mouth as he walks through the smoke. He comes across a dog with missing hind legs before finding a man burned all over asking after his family. When Kayce tells him they're all gone, he asks Kayce to kill him.
Kayce runs back to the car, and Monica asks if there are people. Kayce says not anymore, as he grabs his gun. When Kayce tries to make her stay behind, Monica says she goes where he goes. Kayce concedes and they both go back to the man. The man is still asking to be killed when they return.
The tribal police eventually arrive, since the event occurred on reserve land. Ben Waters mentions that killing the man was the right thing to do as he talks to Thomas Rainwater. Thomas says he's not ready to play this hand and to make it go away.
Monica overhears the conversation and as they drive to pick up Tate, she asks him why he wants to leave them. Kayce says he needs to provide for the family. but Monica calls BS. After all, he was fine being a broke horse trainer until both of their brothers were killed a week ago. She demands the truth, but as Kayce starts to tell her, a trailer explodes as they drive by and they skid off the road.
Season:Episode:NCIS Season 122First aired:September 30, 2014.Written by:Frank Cardea and George Schenck.Directed by:Dennis Smith.Previous episode:Twenty Klicks (episode).Next episode:So It Goes (episode).Kill the Messenger is the second episode of NCIS Season 12 and the 260th episode of the entire NCIS series.
When a Navy Lieutenant is killed on his way to a private meeting with the President, the NCIS team must determine if the murder was part of a recent stream of muggings in the area or a targeted hit to keep intelligence secret while Vance attempts to come to terms with an potentially devastating health crisis of his own.
Well, finally. The ruinous civil war called the Dance of the Dragons is here at last, and if this episode is any indication, it's gonna be one bloody mosh pit. Lord Beesbury's was technically the first blood spilled in the war last week, but poor Luke represents its first front-line casualty. They didn't just kill this messenger, they chewed him all the way up. (You know how you never see Cookie Monster actually eating the cookie, he just sort of reduces it to flying crumbs Sort of that, but with gobbets of flesh.)
There's a tense moment when Rhaenyra tosses Otto's Hand pin over the bridge, but he then shows her the page she wilfully ripped from that book way back in episode one, which Alicent has held onto. Daemon's having none of this and starts sword-rattling, but Rhaenyra's sincely touched and having all of it; she orders him to stand down. She tells Otto that he'll have his answer tomorrow.
Corlys is recovering nicely, thank you very much, and Rhaenys informs him that his brother Vaemond is dead, killed by Daemon for questioning Rhaenyra's sons legitimacy. You'd think this news would cause Corlys to direct his anger at the sociopathic head-lopping rage-monkey that is Daemon Targaryen, but no: He decries Vaemond's \"heedless ambition\" instead.
Starring Kevin Costner, Luke Grimes and Kelly Reilly, the show debuted in 2018 but is currently in its fifth season, which began in November 2022. The 14-episode fifth season is split into two parts, with the show taking a midseason break from December 18.
Media critic, author, and podcaster Robert Wright suggests the media blackout is part of an ongoing trend of one-sided and incurious Ukraine War coverage. He pointed to explosive, yet little-reported claims by former Israeli prime minister Neftali Bennett earlier this month that the West had killed a tentative peace deal between Russia and Ukraine last March.
Rip was only a teenager when John Dutton took him in. The patriarch of the Dutton Ranch gave Rip a place to live and a job on the ranch after ending up being an orphan with nowhere else to go. Rip killed his abusive father after he witnessed him brutally attacking and murdering both his mother and his brother.
Despite the stolen minutes from episode 04, Thorfinn's dream makes our hearts tighten at the memory of his family and how happy they could have been without the war. The speech between Thorfinn and Askeladd on the hill is very suggestive and is good for both characters.
Each Secret ending consists of 7 episodes, which will require 30 hourglasses each to unlock. As a result, the player would require 420 hourglasses in total to read the entire plot extension in Secret Ending.
The episode starts with a flashback to when V and Rika first met. V approaches Rika at his photo exhibition because she had been standing there for over an hour. He asks her if she likes his photo and she tells him she loves it, so much so that she had to come back and get another look at it. Before V is able to leave she stops him to ask a question. Rika tells him that she feels as if her fears leave when she stares at his photos and then wonders if a world without fear would ever come. She then asks him if this is how he felt when he took his photos. V replies saying he doesn't have such thoughts but he wishes people like her feel love when looking at his photos.
This episode starts in the past as Rika talks about Sally, her late dog. V states that it has been three months since Sally had died, Rika states that she realized negligence is a crime, saying that if she gave the dog the operation, her pet would have survived longer than she did. Rika then starts telling V that hosting parties were not enough to help out the world. V disagrees, making Rika angry and enforcing the idea that she could start a new organization to save everyone from pain.
V hands over a phone to Saeyoung, telling him to use the phone to communicate to Jumin for help. Afterwards, V stated that Rika was sick before he had met her, informing them that she had been suffering from paranoia and depression for a long while. V continues to constantly apologize, with the knowledge that Saeyoung will not forgive him, no matter how many times he said it. Later, he tells Saeyoung, MC, and Vanderwood about the cutscene we saw at the beginning of the episode. He continues to talk about Rika's plans and past, revealing that Rika had been reaching out to Saeran to help with the exploitation of the RFA. Saeyoung becomes more angry that he and Saeran had been used for the everlasting party, along with the fact that he made a secret security system to stop his twin without being told that it was, in fact, Saeran that he was stopping.
The episode begins with a flashback to Saeyoung and Saeran as children, when Saeyoung describes his plan to make money and escape from their mother. Saeran describes that this is when he began to believe in hope. His mother's abuse didn't affect him as much anymore because of this.
The episode begins with a flashback to when Rika and V first met Saeran. They both blackmail Saeran's mother and threaten to show evidence of abuse in court if she refused to send Saeran to a church school.
The episode begins with Saeran describing how Saeyoung had been acting the past two days: staying in the corner while playing games. Saeran remarks how he isn't harming him now, but he can't let his guards down, referencing his trust issues. Saeyoung has still refused to sign the approval for them to force drugs on him.
The episode starts with a flashback to child Saeran with V, asking about his photography. Saeran then begs again to have his brother back. Rika appears and offers to take a picture of Saeran, but states that the only rule was that he had to smile. He thought about if Saeyoung saw the photo, he would want him to believe he was happy, which is what gave him the happiness to genuinely smile. 59ce067264