Julie Kosin is the senior culture editor of ELLE.com, where she oversees all things movies, TV, books, music, and art, from trawling Netflix for a worthy binge to endorsing your next book club pick. She's the former director of audience strategy and entertainment at HarpersBAZAAR.com. When not glued to her laptop, she can be found taking pictures of her dog or haunting used bookstores.
If you've been wondering what's going on with the weird Gardner family, this: the Widows have snatched the bodies of Mercedes and Beth, leaving Tucker untouched as their pawn for whatever evil plans they're scheming up. Theirs is not the only family with some dysfunction. The Earp sisters are able to open up the case and find a decorative plate inside. Big win. Gooverly (demon goo+ Waverly) celebrates this historic find by kissing Wynonna smack on the lips, intentionally passing along a wisp of demon goo into her system. Sisterly love is strong under this roof.
Nothing is ever normal on Mayor of Kingstown. So a construction worker named Horace intentionally buries a mysterious container before Bunny flips out over an impending prisoner transfer. He demands answers from a belligerent Carney -- who only hands over his phone after Bunny threatens to tell on him to Mike. Mike has to reassure Bunny before he even gets out his front door. Needing answers, he strolls into Evelyn Foley's office and isn't happy that she knew about the moves. \"You made deals, Evelyn,\" he reminds her. \"Deals with my name in your fuckin' mouth.\"
Evelyn replies that the American Civil Liberties Union and the Department of Justice are both pressuring her over the Kingstown prison riot that ended Season 1. Their city problem is now a federal problem. She tries to kick Mike out of her office, but not before he gives a speech about how the District Attorney doesn't know these people, he does, and more bodies will fall. It's clear that Mike isn't just angry; he's truly upset. So is Kyle, who's talking to their brother Mitch at his gravesite. Nobody can blame either McLusky for cracking.
Kyle begs his brother to let him do more than search for Iris after she betrayed Mike, not knowing that Iris is already butting heads with the other girls at the club. Mayor of Kingstown also reveals that the buried box contained lucrative bonds that belong to Milo Sunter after Horace sneaks it back home. But most importantly, pressure is building inside the prison. Bunny's opposite number believes that Mike played them all along and has no intention of releasing them. When Bunny and Mike meet for another late-night chat, Mike explains the D.A. is using the deal with the Kingstown gangs as a victory prop -- but there are only so many times he can ask for patience and trust. \"You ain't bulletproof any more than Mitch was,\" Bunny warns.
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Rhea is brought to the good safe room: She jokes that this is a dramatic way to keep her around. They turn on the news and watch the coverage of what is going on right around them. Rhea and Shiv are both surprised to see one another but for surely different reasons.
It's likely the experiments Gideon is overseeing will result in the creation of Supreme Leader Snoke, the twisted, Force-strong being who'll lead the First Order -- which is basically the Empire -- as Palpatine's surrogate around 20 years after the events of this show (The Force Awakens takes place 30 years after Return of the Jedi).
New Republic Captain Carson Teva (Paul Sun-Hyung Lee), is apparently tracking the Razor Crest after saving Mando and Baby Yoda from spidery death. He shows up on Nevarro looking for the ship, but Karga ain't sayin' nothin'.
Oppa Christmas Vacation Style! We're taking a week off, but still couldn't let ya leave empty handed...so allow us to introduce, from behind the paywall, an absolute banger of an episode from this past Miketober. It's The Stuff with our friends the Doughboys! Wiger and Mitch join us for a classic rewatch of a scary marshmallow movie, guess some ice cream flavors (pretty badly if I recall), and much more. For new listeners, enjoy this episode ad-free and the rest of Miketober over at Patreon.com/yourkickstartersucks, and for those of you who have already heard this crap and hate our guts, please enjoy an all-new intro, outro, and yes, everyone's favorite part, advertisements.
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However, karma for all of the terrible things Nate has done in the past came for him in the form of Fez (Angus Cloud), who hit him over the head with a glass bottle and punched him to the ground, leaving him bloodied and unconscious.
He visited Maddy and threatened her at gunpoint to retrieve the tape of his father having sex with an underage Jules. He then passed the tape onto to Jules and admitted he had feelings for her. Moments later, he called Cassie and asked her to come over, ending their call with \"I love you.\"
Elsewhere in the Euphoria Season 2 finale, Cassie and Maddy had a full on fight on the school's stage and Rue worked on herself, giving and asking for forgiveness from others. In another big twist, Nate got his own father arrested after over a decade of torment.
Kendra is an Albuquerque transplant who works in local government and enjoys community activism. She has been most known for performing as a comedian but has been taking a semi-hiatus since starting grad school for Public Administration. She's a single lady who enjoys her two pups, supporting local arts and performance, and plays way too many board games.
This week, she decided to go undercover with Lucado to retrieve a stolen Black Badge case. To get the case back, Waverly sang. Yes, like sang, sang. She crooned, guys. In a tight dress and everything. She sang about girls and guns, but was ultimately captured by her target when Wynonna broke her cover.
Back in the present, Vee and Crazy Eyes are eating in the cafeteria. Vee wants to know who is smuggling in the makeup that the inmates are wearing. CE says the most of the smuggling has ceased since Red's operation got shut down. The rest of the crew comes over and sits down. Poussey shows off her pee funnel, so she doesn't have to use the nasty toilets. The girls are confused why she needs a funnel and won't just put the tube inside her, but that's when Poussey says there's a different hole where pee comes out. This information is unbelievable to the girls, and Vee is grossed out by the conversation and leaves with Crazy Eyes.
Soso's attachment to Piper is strong at this point, so when a CO tells them that they're getting assigned to different rooms, Soso gets a case of the sads. Piper is now sharing a space with Red, who hasn't had a roommate in 12 years, which is obvious considering that her stuff is all over the room except for the other bed. When Red refuses to give up some of the space, Pipes moves Red's books back on Red's side of the room. Red stands up, but Pipes says, \"What are you going to do Not feed me\" DAMN!
Pipes is going around the prison and taking back her items that the inmates took while she was in Chicago. (Best item stolen: a picture of Pipes and Larry at the beach. Crazy Eyes took it because she likes the beach). Pipes then goes to Boo to get her blanket back. While they're talking, Soso comes over. Boo is clearly interested and tells Pipes that maybe they can work out a trade for the blanket.
Taystee and Poussey are hanging out and kiss. Taystee says she's sorry and that they've been through this before: She's not lesbian. Aww, bummer. She offers cuddling as a consolation, and Poussey takes it, but you can tell she has tons of feels. Vee walks by and sees this. You just know she's going to find a way to take a dump all over this moment.
In the present, Pipes and Red are in their room and bond over having to pluck chin hairs. Red asks about Larry, and Pipes says they don't talk anymore and her family and friends aren't sending letters like they used to. Red says people are fickle and the second you're of no use, they're out. Pipes asks if that's what happened to Red and her crew. Red looks a little sad and heads over to the dilapidated greenhouse. She notices a hole in the floorboard.
Meanwhile, Pipes and Boo begin Phase One: Occupy Soso. Pipes tells Soso that prison will be tough for her since she's pretty, so she needs to find a prison wife. She says just one night with a prisoner will have her set for the rest of the time she's at Litch. Boo then walks over, but Soso quickly realizes what's going on and is mad that Pipes tried to pimp her out for a blanket. She leaves and goes to her bunk, and Nicky comes over. They hook up, and of course, Soso talks nonstop during sexy times, so Nicky buries Soso's head into her crotch. 59ce067264