[S1E5] Received Pronunciation
"Coal Digger" received positive reviews from critics and was named in the top 100 best television episodes of 2009 by BuddyTV. It received a 3.4/9 in the 18-49 demographic according to Nielsen Media Research.
[S1E5] Received Pronunciation
Later, when the two boys have had some fun, Manny brings up that Luke constantly insults Gloria, calling her a "coal digger". Phil corrects Luke's pronunciation saying he meant "gold digger". Luke states that he learned this term from Claire, who used it last year. This makes the whole situation worse, with Gloria leaving the gathering and staying in her room, refusing to join the group. Phil tries to reason with her, resulting in an awkward situation. Eventually Claire comes to apologize, but Gloria will not accept it unless she can get even. She tells Claire that the only way she can forgive her is to jump into the pool with her clothes on. Claire does it, and soon afterward, everyone, except Haley (Sarah Hyland), jumps in or is pushed in as well.
Lena tells Shin how Shourei saved her life in a Legion ambush that killed her father, and how he was kind and compassionate and wanted nothing more than to go back home to see Shin again. She also learns that the Nouzen family immigrated to the Republic from the Empire before the war, and possibly lived in the First Sector. Just then, Shin warns Lena of a Legion offensive, despite the fact that she hasn't received any notifications from command. Shin also warns Lena to cut her Para-RAID link with him due to the presence of "Black Sheep" in the Legion, but Lena insists on staying connected. However, during the battle, Lena begins to hear voices of people in distress, including Kaie's last words, and goes into shock. Though traumatized by the experience, Lena works up the courage to contact Shin again, and he explains due to a near death experience, he can hear the "voices of the dead" from the Legions, which is how he can predict their movements. Furthermore, the Legions' programming is based on how a human brain works. Because of this, the Legions have been able to copy the brains of the people they have killed on the battlefield, imprinting their victims' last thoughts into their programming and creating "Black Sheep" and "Shepherd" models that have far superior performance and intelligence. The Legion is in fact far larger and more intelligent than the Republic realizes, and has already evolved a method to exceed their original lifespans, meaning the Republic's defeat is inevitable. Hearing all this, Lena resolves to work with Shin to destroy the Legion "Shepherd" commanders within one year to end the war for good. Later that night, it is revealed that Shin bears a scar on his neck from a time where Shourei attempted to strangle him.
Of course, Prince Philip has another great idea to combat the negativity! Princess Anne will do an interview with the Manchester Guardian as the subject of an in-depth profile. He thinks it'll give them a positive endorsement. Indeed, he's so confident he even requests John Armstrong to conduct it. Luckily, Anne is a little savvier than her father and performs a switcheroo that puts her poor old grandmother Alice under the microscope/phone instead. John and Alice sit down and she candidly shares all the years of terrible treatment she received throughout her childhood when, after being born deaf, she was diagnosed with schizophrenia and sent to an asylum. The article goes on to detail the electric shock therapy used on her to treat hysteria, X-raying of her womb to bring on menopause, and other atrocities. The headline reading "The Royal Saint" finally encourages Philip to go and see his mother, realizing it wasn't her fault, perhaps, that she was often absent in his childhood. He apologizes for his faithlessness. She says she owes him an apology; she couldn't cope when they were forced to leave Greece. He commends her courage for rising above the barbaric treatment and she tells him to find himself faith; it's everything. They go for a walk.
On June 26 2019, a third season was confirmed. Filming began in August 2019, but production was kept under wraps. No promotion or announcements were made until the week before the first clip dropped, where lucky fans received shirts with the airtime of the first clip on it, airing on October 12th. The third season also featured further collaboration with [watwat.be], which is linked at the end of each clip to provide answers to questions viewers might have.
At 4:49 am, Paul & Amie depart fourth, due to production difficulties in the previous leg bumping them from fifth to fourth. After reading the clue and butchering Tataouine's pronunciation, Paul decides that they should ask somebody where the Globe Monument is. Ultimately, they get into a taxi to head to the monument.
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When he was five years old, Geordi received his first VISOR, which allowed him to see (although not the same way the average Human does) for the first time in his life. (TNG: "Hero Worship") At age eight, Geordi was brought his first pet, a Circassian cat, and he remembered his excitement for years to come. (TNG: "Violations")
La Forge, who was born blind, often wore a VISOR, a crescent-moon-shaped device attached at the temples that allowed him to see. It enabled him to "see" throughout the electromagnetic spectrum, from heat and infrared through light and radio waves. With the cybernetic technology connected directly to his brain, it required such a complex and broad-based input that the user had to concentrate to focus on one area. Eventually, he received ocular implants with electric blue irises and even more abilities. (TNG: "Encounter at Farpoint", "The Masterpiece Society", "Hero Worship", "Heart of Glory"; Star Trek: First Contact)
Leonard and Penny arrive at a Las Vegas wedding chapel. They later hear about the Shamy breakup and get married with their friends watching over webcam, but only Howard and Stuart catch their "Husband and Wife" pronunciation part. They then have a terrible fight about Leonard's accidental indiscretion and return to their own apartments (The Matrimonial Momentum). Leonard meets up with Mandy to talk with her and later, he and Penny reconcile and Sheldon gives them a wedding gift: Tickets to San Francisco (The Separation Oscillation). In "The Positive Negative Reaction", they discuss having children one day. Because of the surprise elopement not sitting well with everyone, Penny and Leonard decide on having another ceremony to renew their vows, with their friends and family attending.
To study the soft component of cosmic radiation at sea-level, Leonard designed an experiment using a helium-neon laser. When the university received a new free-electron laser, he required access in order to perform his X-ray diffraction experiment. Subsequently, he procured a big government grant to see if high-powered lasers can be used to knock out incoming ballistic missiles, though he considered the concept improbable. After progress with his ongoing research regarding high-energy lasers, he worked on a front-projected holographic display combined with laser-based finger tracking.
Based upon a theory from Leonard, Sheldon wrote a paper detailing a theory that space-time is like a super-fluid. The paper was well received by the scientific community that included Professor Stephen Hawking. The theory is discussed in article in "Scientific America" and "Physics Today", the former didn't mention Leonard. Also, Leonard and Sheldon were invited to the University of California at Berkeley to lecture on their work, but missed it after they were detained for an incident at George Lucas' Skywalker Ranch headquarters. 041b061a72