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[S3E9] Take A Bow

Once home, he used his resources to create trick arrows and vehicles to fight crime. Eventually, he found out that his company, Queen Industries, was manufacturing weapons. This discovery caused him to renounce his fortune and take to the streets as one of the few superheroes who use a bow and arrows.

[S3E9] Take a Bow


Now, with Dee on a mission to prove her brother wrong, Mac has a pitch for the gang. They need to start their own band, because if a retard can do it and get laid, they certainly should be able to! Dennis mentions he's always had affection for the idea of becoming a rock god, but Mac immediately disses any skills Dennis might have because his music taste is different from the band's musical direction. Dennis protests and reminds all of them that there isn't a single person in the pub with any musical ability whatsoever. Frank, however, is quick to point out that nobody needs musical ability to make it as rock stars in the current world. Mac immediately recruits Frank into the band and Dennis leaves the Gang completely appalled. Mac then invites Frank to take he and Charlie out to buy instruments.

This game continues when Dee takes Dennis with her to her boyfriend's house. When she discovers that Kevin still lives with his mother, it doesn't help his case for "normal." Dennis inflates his score very quickly which frustrates Dee to no end. As the two of them argue over which category has more points, Kevin comes out of his room. Dee and Dennis clam up, uncertain if Kevin overheard the two of them constantly repeating the words "retard", "normal" and numbers associated with each. To break the silence, Dee introduces Dennis as their ride to the studio. Kevin immediately hugs Dennis with what Dennis terms "retard strength." Dennis quite possibly gives retard an additional point silently.

At Frank and Charlie's place, the band is hard at work sounding terrible. A spontaneous band meeting erupts where Frank and Mac determine that practice is for pansies as real rock stars destroy property. Following the logic, if they all deface property the music will come to them. Charlie doesn't want his place busted up, so the decide to take the destruction elsewhere. After demolishing a hotel room, Frank is angry to discover that his credit card was used to secure the room.

When Chemical Toilet takes the stage, Lil' Kevin takes their spotlight. He kicks Frank and Mac off-stage and is cheered by the bar crowd that recognizes and supports him. Lil' Kevin then performs a free-style rap that he dedicates to Dee. The rap is very insulting to Dee and puts to rest the issue of Kevin's mental illness.

An aside, is there any chance we can review the series as whole now we know how the pieces fit together. Not specifically focusing on season eight, although for a more satisfying conclusion (same end result) all it would taken is two additional episodes (including one from splitting episode four into two smaller episodes) and some minor changes to small number of scenes to flesh out the storyline.

In the series as a whole, I know the things that I would have done differently including keeping alive some minor characters, which would have benefited the overall story.It will give us the opportunity to discuss issues like the dearth of storyline in Kings Landing over the last two seasons and how this would have fitted in to some fans vision of a extended season seven and eight, whether Daenerys actually needed the northern army to take Kings Landing or even if she needed to initially assist against the Night King, after all there was an invulnerable magic wall preventing him to attacking the North.

What an excellent write up! In my mind Maisie was the break out actor/actress from Game of Thrones followed closely by Alfie Allen. Whilst other stars faced some minor criticism in early seasons she just hit like a duck takes to water and just kept getting better.

When Jesse arrives in town, he warns everyone that when the logjam breaks, the wave will destroy the settlement. Abigail realizes they cannot wait for the men to help evacuate. The women break off and begin preparing the town to take in even more people. When Abigail instructs Clara to prepare the café she points out that with the miners, their families, the settlers and the townsfolk, it is unlikely they will have enough food to go around. Rosemary then offers to donate the food for her reception to help feed the evacuees. Her generous act is a welcome ray of sunshine to the dismal situation.

Mayor Regina Mills begins to feel the emptiness in her position of power of controlling the town, and the only way to fill that void is to adopt a child, but she realizes that she'll have to wait a long time due to the possibility of being placed on a waiting list, so she (as predicted in the pre-curse) turns to Mr. Gold for help, but he then cautions her that when she becomes a parent, she should consider that she will be putting a child first. Days later, Regina learns that a baby has become available for adoption, so she travels to Boston to take custody of the child. The only warning the agency offers Regina is that the family has opted for a complete blackout concerning their lives (the sealed documents that Emma signed). Regina, convinced that she only needs the future, takes the newborn infant in her arms and names him after her father, Henry. Regina is starting to discover how difficult it is raising Henry, as the baby proves to be fussy and she's not able to soothe him. Unable to get any information from his past that she can give Dr. Whale after she takes Henry in for checkup, Regina calls in a few favors to get the identity of the birth mother accomplished through Sidney. The baby is uncooperative only for Regina, but when he is around Mary Margaret he calms down.

Finally, Regina gets Henry to settle down at her home, only to learn from Sidney that Henry is the son of the Savior who will arrive in Storybrooke, prompting Regina to confront Gold at his pawn shop over this claim. However, Gold does not recall anything he told Regina due to the curse, or as he supposedly claims. So Regina decides to return to Boston with Henry and is ready to give him up to new parents. However, when she is left alone with him in the office, Regina decides that she needs him in her life and ends up taking him back home. Regina is unaware the other parents who were trying to adopt Henry had she went through with giving him up, were none other than John and Michael Darling, who were following Peter Pan's orders to take Henry back to Neverland. Having given careful thought, she now starts to worry about the future when Henry's natural birth mother will come to take him away from her because of a certain fate, Regina takes Henry and tells him a fairytale about a Queen who drinks a potion to remove the worries of her past, while Regina does just that.

Christine Orlando of TV Fanatic a 4.7 out of 5, acclaiming the episode, saying "I really felt for Regina those first few days with baby Henry. As a parent, it's the worst feeling in the world when you feel as though you can't take care of your child."[3] She also called the cliffhanger in the episode "a complete shock."[3] Andrea Reiher of Zap2it also commented positively on Regina's role, saying "Nothing could have made me more sympathetic for Regina than watching her struggle as a single mom, worried that something's wrong with her baby (or herself) and wondering if she's a bad mother or that her baby hates her because he won't stop crying."[4] She also commented positively on the cliffhanger, saying "Loved the brief turn at the end of the episode of Jared Gilmore doing Henry-as-Pan. He's not a bad little actor and it should be fun to watch this play out."[4]

Not satisfied with just being Queen of Constance Billard, Jenny sets her sights on becoming the Queen of all the Upper East Side by landing the hottest escort for Cotillion. Meanwhile, Nate and Chuck plot to help Serena and Blair repair their damaged friendship. Dan is upset when Olivia contemplates leaving school for a movie project, so he and Vanessa take her out on the town with a bucket list. Blair and Eric plan to dethrone Jenny at Cotillion, so they enlist a student at Constance to take her down.

The next day, Blair arrives at The Empire to get a dress for Cotillion. Chuck asks if her and Serena worked out their issues, but Blair says no and goes off to get her dress. Nate and Chuck realize she's acting too calm and Chuck steals her from from her bag. She then emerges and leaves the suite. At Tripp's office, Tripp admits to Serena he wasn't aware that having her around would affect him so much and that he only wanted to help her get a job. Serena then gets a text from Blair saying she doesn't want to fight anymore, and she excuses herself to leave the office. At the Waldorf's, Blair begins to makeover Kira to groom her to dethrone Jenny and make herself queen. At the VDW's, Jenny and her friends dress up and get ready together. Meanwhile, Olivia, Vanessa, and Dan throw a beer pong party in Olivia and Vanessa's dorm. Olivia goes to take a phone call, and Vanessa and Dan agree that their plan is working. Olivia then comes back in and says she definitely has to take the movie. At the Waldorf's, Blair is impressed with how well Kira's makeover went. Kira is still unsure that anyone will think she is better than Jenny, but Blair mysteriously says they will when they see her escort. At that moment, Eric arrive in the penthouse with Graham; and they explain that Graham is there to escort Kira. 041b061a72


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