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[S3E8] Secret Samta


Both of them arrive to the Smith residence. Rick wants both of them to watch Interdimensional Cable, but Morty complains about the looping memory in his head and asks Rick to erase the memory off his mind. So Rick leads Morty to a secret chamber underneath the garage, which contains various tubes that archives memories Morty wanted Rick to remove. Rick calls them "Morty's Mind Blowers" hence the title, then faces the audience telling them that they will be doing this instead of watching Interdimensional Cable.




[S3E8] Secret Samta



Janeway and Chakotay secretly enter Starling's Chronowerx office where they find the Aeon, just as Starling walks in on them. Starling ignores Janeway's warning not to use the timeship and tries to kill them, but the officers are beamed aboard Voyager.[1] When Voyager tries to beam up the timeship, Starling uses his own transporter beam to access Voyager's computer and study its systems, including stealing the Doctor's program from Sickbay.[1] Worse still, Voyager has been sighted and filmed, since the ship had to descend low into Earth's atmosphere to beam Janeway and Chakotay aboard.


This season featured the season-long story arc revolving around the cannibalistic serial killer known as Gormogon. In the season finale, the team discovers the Gormogon's identity and in the process, also uncover a horrifying secret: one of their own has been secretly working with Gormogon as well. The episode "Player Under Pressure" was originally supposed to air during the second season in April 2007, but was delayed in the wake of the Virginia Tech massacre.[3][4] The original version included references to Hodgins planning to ask Angela to move in with him when they were already engaged at this point, so they re-shot new scenes for Hodgins and Angela.[5]


Jim approaches Pam's desk to find out that she traded the iPod for the teapot. He tells her that the gift has "bonus gifts" and she pulls the little items out, such as his yearbook photo, a condiment packet, a mini-golf pencil she'd used once. While Pam's distracted, Jim secretly pulls out the card and slides it into his back pocket.


Paris tells Robinson he and Tuvok are secret agents, but she doesn't believe him. Tuvok says her life may be in danger. Paris claims the orbiting signal is from a KGB satellite, but Rain reminds him the Soviet Union broke up five years earlier. He says, "That's what they want you to think." Tuvok says they can't tell her anything else, it's classified. She says she still doesn't believe him, and asks about his ears, which he claims are a "family trait." Tuvok keeps trying to reach Voyager without success.


When asked about revisiting other shows given the nostalgia wave or legacy sequels and revivals, Mitchell had fond memories of the J.J. Abrams' ABC series Lost, appearing in 56 of the 120 episodes as Dr. Juliet Burke/Carlson. "'Lost' felt like it. It found its ending, right? It's not to say that I wouldn't love to be with all those people again," she said. "When you get that family together, and it all works, of course, you want to keep working. You want to have that in your life forever. As an artist, in my mind, there's nothing more fulfilling than being in an ensemble that works. So my answer is yes." The series followed a group of passengers marooned on a remote island with dark secrets hidden within.


Until now, the history and magic of La Santa Muerte have been kept buried underground, shrouded in a black veil of esoteric Latino mysticism. With their spellcrafting tradition condemned as infernal, those who dare to seek out Death as an ally have disguised it as an eccentric form of Roman Catholicism to hide its darker secrets from the judgmental public. A veneration of the macabre that unabashedly counts the LGBT community, feminists, prostitutes, thieves, drug smugglers, prisoners, police, and armed services members among its most devout. You are about to learn the unearthed wisdom of Death that has for so long been predominately passed down in Spanish language oral traditions.


These questions are not unique to me. Every devotee in the mystery school of La Santa Muerte has asked these same questions, and there are as many answers as there are devotees. The vast majority of us have been labeled bad by society and by organized religions, so we had to look inward for our answers. My answer, after much soul searching, resulted in the acceptance of God as an all-powerful and loving deity (though not the only deity) and that it was his self-proclaimed interpreters here on earth who were twisting his words into something ugly, hateful, and untrue. If you ask any other devotee of La Santa Muerte, they will proudly tell you that they also believe in an all-powerful and loving deity beyond La Santa Muerte. For most, that deity is the masculine, solitary God of Christianity. For others, that deity is actually a pantheon of multiple all-powerful and (in their own way) loving deities. And some of us even adhere to a nebulous deity that is ultimately an ineffable and intangible energy beyond human comprehension, such as the Tao. To believe in La Santa Muerte and adopt her as a patron saint/deity, we do not have to abandon our prior religion; we only have to bring her into our current religion and be willing to learn the eclectic secrets of her mystery school.


Back at 51, Casey notices Brett and Cruz whispering and misinterprets it as another firehouse romance. To end Casey's curiosity, Brett reveals the true nature of her and Cruz's relationship: Cruz's moonlighting career as a highly-rated Zumba instructor. The secret spreads through the firehouse in record time and results in the entire squad ambushing Cruz at the next class. After his shock wears off, he embraces the attention and leads them all in an intense workout, something they all enjoy.


As costume director Kirston Mann noted on "The Good Place: The Podcast," she and Schur made the conscious choice not to include any saturated reds in season one so that no unconscious associations would be made with demons or hell. The big reveal on season one was that the human characters were secretly being tortured by demons in the Bad Place.


Quinn decides not to reveal Shelby's secret for Beth's sake. Outside Figgins' office, Quinn thanks Rachel for stopping her from doing something she would have regretted her whole life, and the two become friends She also tells Rachel that she's thinking of applying to the drama program at Yale thanks to her growing love of performing. Quinn then convinces Rachel and Mr. Schuester to promise to feature the Troubletones members in all future New Directions competitions if they agree to be in the group. Quinn meets up with Mercedes, Brittany and Santana in the girls' washroom to tell them that they don't have much time left together in high school, and lets them in on the plan. She invites them to join New Directions in the auditorium for a victory number and to get ready for Regionals, saying they need a few more girl voices. Mercedes, Santana and Brittany look pensive as Quinn leaves.


In Seaford High School, the new kid Jack meets three boys, Jerry, Eddie and Milton. They all do karate and Jack joins Jerry, Eddie, and Milton at lunch, and soon are picked on by red belts in the Black Dragon Dojo and Jack tries to settle things and gets in a fight with kids from the rival dojo, the Black Dragons, that at the time, Kim was a member of the Black Dragons. Jerry, Eddie, and Milton learn from their sensei, Rudy, that the Bobby Wasabi Martial Arts Academy is in danger of closing. So Jerry, Eddie and Milton convince Rudy to get Jack to join after he crashes through the wall. Rudy lies to Jack and says he will go to juvie if he does not join and helps them get 2 belts. Later Rudy let his secret slip and Jack quits until he hears the disappointment of his friends. Jack joins to win the tournament. Kim competes against Jack, but after the Sensei for the Black Dragon cheats, Kim quits and does not fight Jack. Jack does a Bobby Wasabi move to win the tournament and keep the dojo running. Also in this episode, Kim from Black Dragon changes to Bobby Wasabi`s dojo.


A government agent mistakenly identifies Phil as an international spy whose target is a visiting prince. After attacking the secret agent in Phil's Restaurant, Jack has to take on the role of the secret agent, protecting the Prince from assassination. Meanwhile, Jerry is helping Joan to pass her fitness test but gets bitten by his quarantined lemur and gets Madagascar Madness.


Jack secretly bids on Kim through Albert during a Charity Date Auction, and Jack and Kim try to go on a date without anyone knowing. Meanwhile, Rudy tries to get Sam to do Karate instead of play piano at a talent show. 041b061a72


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