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Renat Shiryaev
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[S5E21] Honesty Night

On Nightmare Night, Fluttershy closes her curtains and boards up her windows as she does every year. Under Fluttershy's bed, Harry the bear has prepared a hiding place for Fluttershy to wait out the night. Fluttershy is relieved that she won't have to go outside until the next morning, but Angel is out of carrots and won't accept anything else to eat. To Fluttershy's horror, she will have to go out and get food on her most feared holiday of all.

[S5E21] Honesty Night

Jerry loses a stand-up gig and five minutes later is asked to perform another one on the same night, for the same pay, prompting Kramer to call him "Even Steven". This causes Jerry to start noticing how everything always ends up turning out exactly the same for him as originally planned, never losing or gaining. George continues to do the Opposite on his date with Victoria. He stops shaving, yells at noisy cinema-goers, and declines to come up to her apartment. Elaine, upon hearing that Jake has been in an accident, buys some Jujyfruits from a theater concession stand before heading to the hospital. Jake takes extreme exception to her Jujyfruit detour and breaks up with her.

Join Jessica Sterling (@thejesssterling) and Sara Fergenson (@sarafergenson) as they kick off Sandra Bullock month by chatting about Speed with special guest, Michael J Clark (@mjcszn). They talk about Keanu Reeve's tragic haircut, whether or not Payne was actually a "bad guy," and debate whether or not this movie will cause nightmares.

I thought that the nightmare/hallucination he had while hiding away at the hotel would serve as a source of inspiration for his book, allowing him to take it in a horror/murder mystery direction, but ultimately, it was just necessary to help Liam confront his biggest fear: failure.

Chloe tells Clark that she researched Jonathan's cell phone records and that Jonathan and Lionel were in communication for weeks before his death, the last call coming an hour before he died. Clark realizes that Lionel was present the night he died and tells Lionel to meet him at the barn. Lionel tries to explain his and Jonathan's communication but Clark is convinced that Lionel killed Jonathan in an attempt to control Clark into becoming a weapon. He is too emotional to listen to Lionel's explanations and beats Lionel up as Jonathan once again appears at his side, encouraging him to kill Lionel. Lionel counters that Jonathan would never want Clark to kill anyone. Clark gains some clarity and blasts the vision of Jonathan away with his heat vision. They fight and when Jonathan gets the upper hand, Lionel approaches in a trance. He touches Jonathan and the apparition morphs back into Fine, then disappears. Lionel comes out of his trance, not knowing what just happened and Clark looks on in confusion.

Lionel arrives at the Kent Farm and admits to Martha that he did indeed talk to Jonathan the night he died to tell him that he knew Clark's secret. Lionel claims that Jonathan was so angry, he didn't let him explain. Martha does not reply and Lionel leaves, saying that at least he was honest.

Cory gets recurring nightmares where he kills his best friend, Shawn, with various disturbing tactics. His demons start costing him sleep, along with his roommate Shawn. Eventually, Cory asks Mr. Feeny to interpret his nightmares.

Better known as the Cory and Topanga wedding episode, Season 7, Episode 7 showcases Shawn dropping out as best man, Eric replacing him, and creating a series of hilarious escapades. Shawn disrupts the wedding to talk to Cory about their friendship. Eventually, the bride and groom get married, and Eric gives them a hotel suite key for the wedding night.

Rachel and Jack host a dinner party where they play an honesty game. Shawn reveals that his dream one-night stand is with Angela, but she calls his bluff, realizing that he has strong feelings. Cory becomes too honest with Topanga and makes fun of her hair. The whole party turns into a disaster.

Cory and Topanga sulk about their marital rut while Shawn and Angela attend cool clubs with other students. Cory and Topanga host a party on the same night as a rival party with the popular students to spark their reputation.

Eliza: Once everyone settles into their rooms, my parents are having a little welcome lunch.Stef: Hm. A welcome lunch. I wonder if they're going to actually let us host the rehearsal dinner tonight?Lena: Of course, they will.Stef: They won't let us marry them. Obviously, they want us to have nothing to do with this wedding. Lena: Will you try to behave yourself? Stef: I always behave myself.

Married At First Sight Season 5 continues Monday night on Nine. For more on MAFS, including behind-the-scenes clips, head to 9Now. Catch up on exclusive interviews at 9TheFIX. MAFS obsessed? Tune into 9Honey's weekly chat show, Talking Married, where you'll get the inside scoop on every episode

Meanwhile, Andy Dwyer is shocked to find that his band Mouse Rat is playing at a bar without him, and performing songs he wrote. He confronts Burly and Chang about the band playing without him. They explain that they have called him numerous times over a number of weeks to try and get him to come to rehearsals, but when he never showed or responded, they still really wanted to play so they continued on without him. In response to this betrayal, Andy comes to the conclusion that he is going to retire from music and performes one final solo song that night to farewell his career. The next day, he arrives to work in a suit to symbolize his professional phase has begun. It is clear to everyone, however, that Andy is clearly not comfortable with his premature retirement, so a meeting is arranged with Burly to smooth things over. Burly admits to Andy that they never wanted to kick him out, so if Andy is willing to start practising again, they would welcome him back with open arms. Some time later, he is back as the lead vocalist, but having realized Burly has more talent then a back-up singer, Andy lets him join him as a second lead vocalist.

2. Just DessertsIt wasn't a great week to be a parent on the Upper East Side, especially not in the incestuous Rhodes/Van der Woodsen tribe. Things started off sticky when William blew Serena off in favor of brunching with Lola, whom he finally enlightened about her true heritage. Worse still -- and in typical "Gossip Girl" fashion -- Serena just happened to be walking past the restaurant where Lola and William just happened to be sitting right by the window for their emotionally fraught conversation. Elsewhere, Lily went full Darth Vader in a Chanel cape, paying off a nurse to testify against Ivy in order to have CeCe's will overturned, then masterminding a fence-mending dinner for Carol and Lola (with prerequisite press in attendance) to prove just how happy their family truly was now that their financial strife was resolved. But since the show has never featured a gathering that doesn't end in catastrophe, Lily ended the night confronting Carol and William about their affair, Serena forsook her father for choosing to cozy up to Lola after being such a crappy parent to her and Lily brought Ivy back to give a statement that would have Carol arrested for fraud, after her genius decision to hire Ivy to impersonate Charlie Rhodes last season. And you think your family dinners are awkward.

To compound matters, Lola went to Serena with an olive branch, trying to get her sister-cousin to rebel against Lily to get Carol freed. (I must have missed the part where there would be any logical reason for Serena to be so mad at Lily that she'd want to help out her crazy homewrecking aunt, since Lola's proposal seemed a little out of left-field.) When Serena declined, however, Lola found the Gossip Girl username and password, so I'm sure she plans to break into the site and wreak all sorts of scandalous havoc, because what else do these rich kids have to do with their lives? I must admit, if I were Serena, I'd be blacklisting William too -- although I would've expected her to warm up to Lola if the chick didn't keep trying to sabotage Serena's personal and professional lives for no real reason. In all honesty, Ivy is the one I pity most, since she genuinely (and misguidedly) wants to be part of the Rhodes clan, despite their inherent evilness. Maybe it's the fabulous hair. She even tore up the million-dollar check that Lily bribed her with, hoping to somehow get back into the ice queen's good graces.

Most batshit crazy outfit:Lorelai's vest in the previous photo is certainly a choice, but I hate her outfit in the final scene even more. If she wants to wear boob tape for Friday night dinner, that's her prerogative, but it seems like an awful lot of work for a meal with her parents. 041b061a72


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