[S2E7] For The Team VERIFIED
Yoon Bora, the server at the cafe, explains the mission. The chairman had a specific method of ordering coffee whenever he was there. He had a special scale that he would use to measure coffee beans until both sides were even, and then he would order whichever coffee corresponded to the weight on his scale. Before his death, he specifically chose the coffee beans and asked that Bora not change them. She remembers that he hung 12 bags, so the teams should figure out which 12 bags of coffee beans will make the structure level. (The bags themselves have different weights.) Then, they should find how much that coffee weighs in total and order the corresponding coffee from the menu in order to get the clue.
[S2E7] For the Team
When the time comes, Humiston, apparently inspired by Lucy's gumption and by the sacrifices the other marchers are making, stands tall and delivers the speech Paul was supposed to have made as Wilson looks on. It works, and when the team returns to the present, women still have the vote.
The mainstage challenge is a modern-day interpretation of the circus. Three performers from the Lucent Dossier Experience avant garde circus perform. They are going to be the models for this challenge, which means that teams of 2 get 3 models to paint in 6 hours. The teams are:
This week's Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries cold open begins with Miss Gerty Haynes roaring off in her car. Someone quietly follows, but no one goes far. One of the wheels pops off, and Gerty loses control of the vehicle, driving headlong into a tree. The next morning, Miss Fisher is playing billiards with Dr. Mac and Ailsa Wilton (Rachael Blake). Miss Fisher has just founded The Adventuress' Club, which has made a substantial donation to this Saturday's ladies' racecar team. Unfortunately, that's when Ailsa's daughter Millie (Nikita Leigh-Pritchard) runs in to announce there's been an accident.
Jack Robinson arrives on the scene, Collins having called him in, despite vehicular accidents not being his thing. Fisher is already there; she demanded Collins call him. (No wonder Jack thought it was going to be Phryne's body in the car.) Fisher insists this is murder. Jack, still shaken, fights her on it, proclaiming it an accident. He also insists on driving separately to the racetrack to inform Gerty's brother Claude (Rohan Browne) of his sister's passing. Claude, it seems, works for a competing team.
Claude's sponsor, Lachlan Pepper (David Roberts), a would-be MP, agrees with Jack, insisting women are incapable of driving. Fisher declares the ladies' team is not pulling out. And if they win, Pepper will have to allow women to become full members of the Victoria Automobile Association. Pepper, in shock, agrees. He's not the only sexist idiot about cars, sadly. Collins manages to put his foot in it saying cars are far harder to work than sewing machines. Dot's face says everything you need to know about that. Millie sthinks she can fix the vehicle; all Miss Fisher needs is to find a driver.
Pepper freaks out when he finds out Fisher is taking Gerty's place and insists her speeding offenses disqualify her. Fisher responds that the stolen motor as proof Pepper was sabotaging the women's team, which wouldn't look good for his political career, but no luck.Papper won't let her race. She turns to Jack to protest, but he's still upset about thinking she was dead. He now agrees Gerty was murdered -- strangled in fact. But he's not letting her sit in on Claude's interview.
Fisher has Claude take "Valentina" for a walk so Cec and Bert can steal the motor back for the ladies' team. But it's already been removed. There's a note for her from Pepper next to the car. But it turns out Pepper thinks she stole it. It's also the same handwriting as the note found in Gerty's bag, which drives him to accuse Fisher of being behind an ongoing scheme to blackmail him over a fling he and Gerty had years ago, and a pregnancy that followed. Jack discovers Pepper signed Gerty in, and witnesses said they had a row in a private booth. Dr. Mac confirms, after a look at the body, Gerty carried the baby to term. An illegitimate child coming to light is something no man running for office would want public.
Jack barges up with the event about to start, but Fisher lets Ailsa escape to watch the race and say goodbye to Millie. But she doesn't get to switch places with Dot in time, so Millie trades out to drive for the women's team instead. Just as the race is supposed to start, Claude runs in. Rose stole the motor. Desperate to win the race, Fisher jumps in Claude's car, and blocks Rose partway down the racetrack. The ladies are victorious.
Despite being shot in the neck, plucky little Carrie keeps running. She almost gets hit by a truck and keeps going, ending up crawling down a dirt road. She stumbles toward the shore of the lake, yelling for the team to get back from the water, just as the shooters emerge from the lake. Failure 1.
Meanwhile, the team relives their mission prep through each loop, with slightly altered dialogue. This time around, they marvel that seeing the lake before it goes dry is like seeing Niagara Falls before it goes dry, or the Great Valley before the domes were built. Marcy is unimpressed, because she thinks Grace removed her capacity for humor, joy and fun, leaving her the perfect hipster disdainful of anyone capable of those emotions.
In the appeal of Flowers' latest conviction, defense lawyers again argued that Evans had excluded jurors because of race. In November 2017, the Mississippi Supreme Court upheld Flowers' latest conviction and rejected his defense team's Batson claims.
Meanwhile, the rest of the team is on the other side of the river, arguing about whether to keep moving forward or go back and look for 10K. Upon Doc's insistence, they agree to spend 24 hours looking for their lost sharpshooter.
Murphy is still pretty angry about Cassandra was killed, and the team is becoming divided over the idea that everything that stands in the way of getting Murphy to California is expendable. Doc is especially cranky in this episode!
The bravest warriors are called to Santee Major and discover that there is a concentrated pocket of Wankershim causing the Santeans to continuously be in agonizing bliss. Chris sends Catbug down to the planet to set up a dispersal array for the purposes of protecting the Santeans from Wankergy. Wallow the assigns Impossibear to help Catbug put together an away team.
Cat bug starts to set up the Wankergy Deflectors, but Robo Chris points out al the Santeans suffering from the Wankergy. Cat bug runs to help them individually, and the rest of the away team follows suit. Catbug and Slippy help one Santean buy a sugar cone from the other. The Santean proceeds to squash the sugar cone all over his face and body, with Catbug starting to be weirded out.
Impossibear complains about the mission and then takes off his helmet, which ends with him unprotected from Wankergy, and as his oxytocin and dopamine levels rise, he abandons the mission. The rest of the away team start shiouting and quarreling, but Catbug calms them down by having them clap if they believe. They proceed to help many different Santeans doing useless things like trying to herd titles into a pie shell.
Wallow tries to contact the away team, but only gets Impossibear. A blast of Wankergy the comes from the planet, ad the Wankergetic pressure has built up for too long, and had finally released in a massive wave of Wankergy. As a result of this, every planet in the Universe started revolving around Santee Major. Also, all the Santeans turned into a vapor and floated away. Chris and Wallow then realize giving Catbug and Impossibear responsibility for anything important was a mistake.
So far in the play, Nate has come off mostly unscathed, but that changes in the final moments of the episode. Lexi has staged a locker-room scene where a character who is most definitely inspired by him is working out before football practice. Next comes a homoerotic performance by the all-male football team to Bonnie Tyler's "Holding out for a Hero."
"Of Human Action" is the seventh episode of the second season of the science fiction/crime series Fringe, and the 27th episode overall. The episode followed a case involving the apparent kidnapping of the son of a scientist working for biotechnology corporation Massive Dynamic, leading the Fringe team to deal with the repercussions of mind control.
The episode was written by the staff-writing team of Glen Whitman and Robert Chiappetta, and was directed by executive producer Joe Chappelle. It first aired in the United States on November 12, 2009 to an estimated 5.89 million viewers. It received generally positive reviews, as multiple critics praised the story despite its characterization as a "standalone" episode.
Episode 7 of the FBI: International starts with a steamy moment between Raines and a woman named Maya. Elsewhere, in Barcelona, a perfect engagement is ruined when masked men suddenly pop up out of thin air and kidnap the bride-to-be and the bodyguard of the boyfriend. I guess he will need to wait to hear his answer if his girlfriend makes it out of this ordeal alive.
The team is called in by the Barcelonian police to deal with the case of kidnapping as the lady and bodyguard are Americans. Tiyanna has been working in Spain for a year and dating Brent who owns an American construction company. The team is suspicious that Brent was not kidnapped. Forrester is staying behind as he has been summoned and the team will be heading to Barcelona without him.
They bring Brent/ Gerald downtown and interrogate him and he denies kidnapping her. As they grill him, he receives a video message from Tiyanna asking for a ransom of 170,000 euros. The team is torn on whether he is telling the truth or not.
The team informs Tiyanna that Brent is a fraud but she has a hard time believing her prince charming is actually a snake. He also gets to walk away free because of his deal and the fact he got shot while on police watch. Thankfully, Tiyanna decides to report him and he is arrested 041b061a72