Lucas: Keith... Keith: Luke, you know I love you. And I always will... but I'm afraid it's time for me to go. Lucas: But I don't want you to go! Keith: Luke, it's ok. Lucas: God, I am going to miss you so much. Keith: But why I'm with you every day. I'm with you every day. Besides, we'll see each other again. Lucas: We will Keith: You believe that. Now uh, this is gonna hurt a little bit. I love ya kid. It's okay Lucas, just breathe. It's gonna be okay.
Nathan goes to visit Dan in jail and offers to turn himself in but Dan refuses. The subject turns to Haley and Dan is overjoyed to hear that he will be having a grandson. Nathan tells his father that he loves him but Dan doesn't reply, instead urging Nathan to leave. Meanwhile, Keith takes Lucas to Keith's garage and they recall the first time he spoke to Peyton and complimented her artwork. Keith explains that Peyton needed someone to believe in her and because Lucas did that, it made her a better person.
Having had the epiphany during Thanksgiving that what he wants most is to start a family and find the same love his parents found, Kevin has returned to Los Angeles and hired a professional matchmaker. His first date is too smart, his second date is a bigot.
The final episode of season 4 of You is the darkest one yet, and while it's tough to watch at times, it paints a compelling portrait of Joe at a crossroads and it feels like everything in the entire series is leading up to this episode. Joe talks to his vision of Rhys Montrose (Ed Speeler) on a bridge in London and decides to jump into the water. As he does, Joe thinks, \"All I've ever wanted is to love and be loved completely,\" which sums up why he is such a gripping and complicated character. On the one hand, it's easy to hate Joe since, of course, he has killed numerous people and he doesn't get punished for his actions. But on the other hand, Joe is searching for love and connection, and because his mother abandoned him, he isn't convinced that he deserves to be in a healthy relationship.
This TV interview serves two smart purposes: it shares that Kate is just as evil as Joe and also that Joe has no intention of leaving his life of murder behind. Joe looks in the window and sees Rhys staring back at him and he thinks, \"I get it now, love can be real, complete, if you are. The killing part is much easier now. I'm just honest about it.\"
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Sam tracks Anna's grace, which was mistaken for a meteor when she fell, to Kentucky, where an oak tree grew on the place where it landed. Sam, Dean, Ruby, and Anna travel there only to find it gone. Anna then overhears the angels talking. She reports that if she is not handed over to them, Dean will be returned to Hell. Later, Anna tells Dean she knows what he did in Hell, and that he should forgive himself. She kisses him, and they make love in the back of the Impala.
With a title like 'Yipee-Ki-Brain Motherscratcher', I don't think much else needs to be said about this week's episode of CW's iZombie. Thinking maybe my post should be about three lines while I play hooky and binge all the Die Hard films. I have very few things in life I truly love, but I'm here's a confession: Bruce Willis makes my \"top 10\" list.
The one thing that shocked me the most this episode was the Angus/Blaine father-son dynamic. Considering Angus tortured his son throughout his entire life and Blaine held \"dear old dad\" in a well and fed him scraps, you'd think there would be a little animosity between the two. Maybe there's something to be said for \"forgive and forget\" I'm inclined to think that Blaine's warming up to his father has to do with Angus feeding Blaine's nanny to his cult followers as an \"I love you\" gift to his son: apparently she was a bit abusive in how she cared for young Blaine. Side note: is anyone else creeped out by Angus constantly preaching with a hammer in his hand
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Afterwards, Jon enters the chamber of the castle where Tormund is being held. Tormund asks why blind old Maester Aemon patched up his arrow wounds, and Jon says that Aemon is sworn to heal all wounded men, friend or foe. Tormund asks if Jon really loved Ygritte, telling Jon that Ygritte truly loved him. Jon asks if Ygritte told Tormund this but Tormund says no, he knew Ygritte loved him because all she ever talked about was killing him. Saddened, Tormund implores Jon that Ygritte's final resting place should be in \"the real north.\" Jon then takes Ygritte's corpse to the north side of the Wall and builds a funeral pyre for her near a sacred Heart tree. Jon looks at his lover one last time and lights her pyre, and weeps silently as he turns his back and heads home.
Cersei Lannister: \"I don't want to talk about Tywin Lannister. I don't choose Tywin Lannister, I don't love Tywin Lannister, I love my brother. I love my lover. People will whisper, they'll make their jokes. Let them! They're all so small, I can't even see them. I only see what matters.\"
Carmela receives a visit from a bruised Adriana and hears about how Christopher's addiction has left him increasingly unstable. Tony rejects the advice of Junior for dealing with Christopher, who compares Christopher to a beloved dog who gets rabies and must be put out of its misery. Instead, one morning, family and friends organize an intervention. The opening exercise involves everyone telling Christopher how his drug use has affected their lives. Tony becomes enraged when Adriana reveals that Christopher had accidentally killed Cosette. Christopher frequently interrupts and verbally attacks those speaking to him, including making veiled references to Paulie's Pine Barrens fiasco, and mentioning Silvio's infidelity. The counselor tries to stop the accusations flying in the room. But, when Christopher starts to disrespect Tony and insults his own mother, he gets a beating from the men in the room. Before really getting started, the intervention ends with Christopher being taken to the emergency room with a hairline skull fracture.
At the hospital, Tony tells Christopher that the only reason Christopher is alive is because, \"You're my nephew and I love you.\" He arranges for Christopher to go to a rehab clinic in Pennsylvania and demands that he not leave until he is clean and sober, telling him that Patsy will be staying at a Howard Johnson's nearby. Tony says that Patsy's assignment is to be on hand in case of emergencies. While that may be indeed so, Tony strongly implies that Patsy is also there to kill Christopher should he attempt to leave the clinic without graduating, nephew or no nephew.
In a homage to the beloved holiday film \"Love, Actually,\" seemingly separate storylines come together to form one merry Glee episode. Artie has an It's a Wonderful Life inspired dream that changes his outlook on life, Kurt has a Christmas that he will never forget that involves both his father and Blaine, Jake and Puck spend quality time together for Hannukah. Meanwhile, as the end of 2012 draws near, Sam and Brittany live their lives to the fullest before the Mayan Apocalypse occurs and Sue has a change of heart when she gets Mrs. Rose as her Secret Santa.
Over hot cocoa, Burt reveals to Kurt that he has prostate cancer - but the prognosis is pretty positive. Still, Kurt's concerned that when he finally achieves his dreams, Burt may not be around to see it. Burt advises Kurt to hold the people he loves close to him, no matter what, and later they exchange gifts. Burt instructs Kurt to pick his up at a particular address, and Kurt is stunned to discover Blaine awaiting him at a skating rink - Burt had him flown out so they wouldn't miss their traditional holiday duet. They sing White Christmas together as Burt watches, and they recognize that even if they don't get back together romantically, they'll always be there for one another.
Rick enters a fight chamber and sees his old friend Birdperson, now Phoenixperson, come out to face him. Although dishearten to see his old friend now on the Galactic Federation's side, he tries to calm Phoenixperson by saying that he killed Tammy. However, Phoenixperson is not happy with this news as he loved Tammy, and the two begin fighting each other.
Lexie asks Tyler for more gauze. Nick asks if the blood's going in faster than it's going out, because he's feeling a little queasy and weak. Lexie transfers to the new gauze and he wonders if he should be calling people. As Sloan comes in, Lexie says she thinks the bleeding stopped. Mark checks and confirms she seems to have gotten it under control. There's a possibility of it bleeding again, but Mark's gonna close it up before it can. Mark informs them there will be an OR soon. He leaves to get OR 3 prepped and tells Lexie and Cristina to prep the patient. Mark tells Lexie she did good. Nick tells Lexie he's totally in love with her now.
George knocks on Izzie's door and enters the room. He lies down on the bed with her. She was Hahn's right hand today. George says that's great, but she says she thinks a patient feels better if they know their kids aren't terrified. She thinks they do better in surgery if they know their wives aren't panicking. Those things matter. She's never gonna be Cristina, or Erica Hahn. She's not kick-ass. He thanks God for that. She tells him she loves him. He loves her too. She says they're not gonna make this work. He says marriage is hard and next time he does it, he wants it to be forever. He thinks it's their timing rather than their chemistry. So they're saying maybe someday it can happen. He says yeah. 59ce067264