Barney invites Ted over to forgive him, but shortly after Ted arrives Carly shows up as well, and Barney reveals an entire staff ready to set up their wedding. Meanwhile, Robin continues lamenting the ring, but a still-woozy Marshall assures her that finding that one special person outweighs any previous perks.
On her parallel route down the altar, recently engaged Robin has a hard time wearing her newly resized ring out in public. Turns out she's used to getting everything for free -- as seen in the first song and dance number since \"The Suit Song\" -- and now her engagement ring eclipses her beauty and she's both invisible in bars and is asked to pay for her coffee. (Gasp!)
In happily married land, Marshall and Lily find a way to rekindle the passion in the bedroom post-baby, and surprisingly, it has to do with the bashed leather cuff. Lily thinks it's a turn-on in a sexy, tattooed, drugged-out band member sort of way, and Marshall is game until his hand blows up to the size of baby Marvin. Hey, at least we got to see leather pants, beanie-wearing, metal-chained Marshall, and that's refreshing. (And hot. Is it bad that I think so).
Ted has difficulty finding common ground with perky-breasts Carly (TV No. Sports Nope. Books Nada. Some version of \"Stars Wars\" will do) but proceeds to hook up with her anyway, if only to shut sweaty, sex-crazed Barney up. But worry not, Barney won't cheat on Robin, no more than she cheats on him by removing the ring from her finger just to get a beer.
Robin, who for a while there was worrying that the ring might be more burden than bliss, realizes the giant rock's malicious superpowers are irrelevant because Barney is all she needs (seriously: awwww. These two.) and he'll always get her a drink.
Meanwhile at the LuthorCorp Plaza, a meeting of the LuthorCorp Board of Directors is occurring. They are discussing the way Tess Mercer is running the company. Oliver Queen arrives unexpectedly and states that with Tess Mercer's assistance, he has purchased controlling interests in LuthorCorp, to the dismay of the Board. Oliver suddenly spots a Newton's cradle which has begun to swing back and forth and its movement is increasingly rapid. As he dives for cover, he shouts for everyone to get down, and the bomb explodes.
Oliver is in the hospital pondering his situation when Lana and Clark speed into the room and ask what happened. Suspicions arise that Lex was behind the attack, and Clark and Lana promise to investigate.
Clark and Lana are at the farm trying to locate Winslow, but they cannot find him. Lana finds her necklace and Clark puts it back on her. She explains that Dr. Groll told her that she absorbed the kryptonite radiation from the bomb at LuthorCorp and knowing Lex created the suit as a weapon, she wonders if he actually created it on the purpose to match and win over Clark. He is quiet since she is wearing the suit now, but Lana is concerned since this means that Lex had plans to kill Clark and he will most likely try again . Winslow is in the hospital delivering \"balloons and presents\" to Oliver. He chains Oliver to his bed and states that Oliver will pay for the way he treated Schott when he was ill. Oliver tries to sarcastically dismiss him but it doesn't work and Winslow states he is working for Lex for vengeance. He activates a toy monkey which will bang its cymbal 53 times - the same number as the number of patents he registered for Queen Industries - and it will then detonate. Oliver manages to free himself and extort the information from Winslow and he disarms the bomb. He ties Winslow to the hospital bed.
Clark meets Lana in the loft and she explains that Dr. Groll has told her that he is unable to reverse what has happened to her. Clark cannot approach Lana without becoming sick. They talk about their love and their life. She tells him that they both are driven to preserve life, even if they can't do it together. Clark asks her to stay. She says she is not strong enough to be around him but not be with him. Clark suffers through the radiation sickness to reach Lana and share one last kiss. They passionately kiss until he falls to his knees from the pain. Lana, remembering their first conversation in the graveyard, tells him that as long as they keep each other in the heart, they will always be together. Lana leaves in tears after a last \"I love you\". Clark, in pain from the kryptonite, answer her back in a whisper.
When he hears the lame meanderings of Allegra and Chester, he calls it as he sees it. With the reality of the matter thrown in their faces, Chester and Allegra are forced to look at the situation through different eyes. Instead of continuing to disagree, the two work on their mission together to truly honor Frost.
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This particular moment took place during an exchange between Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) and Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) whom she was holding captive after assuming he was the one who had given the order to wipe out her entire community at the Junkyard.
The one intriguing thing to note about the scene - which sees the helicopter descend before soaring off again, much to the devastation of a flare-waving Jadis - is that the Scavengers' leader seemed to be expecting the helicopter.
Both my selections on this list mark the two instances in which I've actively cried in a cinema out of fear, if you can believe that's possible. Though J.A. Bayona's ghostly tale is a beautiful throwback to Gothic conventions, which lace its hauntings with powerful emotions and warnings, that kid with the sack on its head traumatised me for life. Worse, I came back home and remembered the flat I'd newly moved in to had a cupboard with no key, and no clue as to what may be contained inside; considering what's eventually found to be hiding in the basement of The Orphanage - yeah, I didn't sleep that night - Clarisse Loughrey
Every Halloween I consider wearing one of the hideous baby face masks from Brazil and every year I chicken out for fear of my reflection. A sinister Michael Palin is also extremely disorientating. But nothing beats the sinking dread of a tyrannical, behemoth bureaucracy swallowing you whole and turning your dreams into nightmares. Having said that, Brazil is also my favourite film - Joe Vesey-Byrne
Okay, hear me out. Scream might not be a high-quality film or achieve anywhere near the art of modern indie horrors being made on a fraction of the budget, but its antagonist still haunts me and I'll tell you why: zombies don't scare me, demons don't scare me, ghosts don't scare me, but humans do. None of horror's clichéd evil beings are as terrifying as a human on a murderous rampage with no apparent motive. Ghostface is gangly, awkward, fallible and all the scarier for it. The way he runs around like a toddler, blindingly slashing at the air, is chilling and an unwelcome reminder that, if you did die at the hands of a psychopath, it wouldn't involve a cinematic, well-placed spike but a floundering struggle - Christopher Hooton
All good horror reflects our deepest collective fears back at us, and Raw gives us this with a side of human flesh. Justine is a first-year veterinary student, who at once fasts and purges, lets loose and withdraws, scaling the highs and lows that coming of age brings. She throws herself with abandon at human flesh, both literally and metaphorically - with an older sister whose destructive behaviour leaves her with little in the way of a role model to help navigate her newly burgeoning desires - Kirsty Major
One other thing to note is that this helicopter could well be what gets Morgan (Lennie James) to Texas, the location of Fear the Walking Dead Considering he has two short episodes left in this series, it would be a hell of a convenient way to do just that.
It's Valentine's Day. Meredith and Derek are kissing in bed with Zola sleeping in between them. They can't do it in the bed because of the baby in the bed, but there's no baby in the shower. They secure Zola with pillows and rush off to the bathroom, but Meredith can't do it in front of all Zola's duckies. Derek then carries her to the living room and falls down with her on the couch, kissing and laughing. \"Good morning,\" Lexie says. She's been watching a surgical video. They tell her to listen to the baby and go outside in their car. As they get ready, Lexie, carrying Zola, knocks on the window. She apologizes, but Zola woke up and really seemed to want them. Meredith and Derek agree it seems like they won't ever have sex. They all get back inside, with Lexie offering to babysit tonight so they can have time to themselves, since she has no plans. Her life is empty, no plans whatsoever. Derek happily takes her offer.
Meredith tells Cristina her baby is ruining her sex life, but Cristina says hers is already dead. She knows Owen is gonna leave her. If he wants to leave or hate her, she's fine with it, as she can't make someone stay. Meredith says she could beg him to stay, but Cristina says she's a busy surgeon. She's brilliant and gifted, so no begging. If he goes, fine, she's good. As they arrive in the ER, Jackson passes and asks if they're studying for their boards already. They are. He once again claims to be as well. Owen gives Meredith a patient chart. \"Anything for me\" Cristina asks, but he walks away, ignoring her.
In the wrecked ER, Cristina and Owen have gotten inside the van to examine the driver. He admits having fallen asleep for a second as he's been working like a dog all week, delivering flowers. As he's taken out of the van, he insists he needs to continue working, as the roses will wilt. 59ce067264