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[S7E19] Episode


Recently I've taking to watching an episode while I exercise. It's a great fit as the episodes are about 45 minutes, so it's the exact time I need to get the blood pumping without missing the end or starting in the middle next time.




[S7E19] Episode


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Every now and then I came across an episode that I haven't watched before. Today's episode was Hollywood A.D., in which a movie producer tags along Fox and Dana so he can write a script featuring characters based on the agents.


The episode opens in Ponyville, where ponies are crowding around Daisy, Lily Valley, and Rose's flower stand and buying flowers for Mares Day. As the flower ponies are overwhelmed by customers, Rarity arrives to help with "color consultations". Once the crowd thins, Rarity orders some lavender for an upcoming photo shoot with Photo Finish for Vanity Mare, a magazine that showcases the most beautiful manes in Equestria. She also buys a large fan from Mr. Breezy and a new chaise lounge from Davenport and helps them with their businesses in the process.


We also had a conversation with two of the editors of thisepisode in an exclusive behind the scenes interview in the makingof the episode. Be sure to stick around to hear fromChris Brookshire and Elyse Holloway as they share just how muchwork went into making this episode of the blacklist areality.


Two very recognizable scenes this week. During the hotelscene when Liz and Ressler find the Brothers we hear "BallroomBlitz" by Sweet. Then at the end of the episode when Lizturns into Batman we hear "Painted Black" from the RollingStones.


I could not find a single thing to fault. I choked up when the bomb exploded in the opening scene but as you say, something that horrific grabbed my attention and I too, was riveted to the screen for the entire episode.. And in between all the action and suspense, there was Densi. I agree, the Densi storyline was artfully woven throughout the episode. Bravo, Frank Military, Bravo!


Karen, thanks for an excellent review. This was such an intense and incredible episode , I cannot find anything I did not think was done perfectly. It was action packed, emotionally draining, well scripted, and well acted by the entire cast. All the guest cast characters were up to their parts, which was really great. It felt like I was watching a short film. The episode was so cohesive and it felt like every detail was planned. When Sam tells Deeks to leave and Deeks does not and is there , in danger, for Sam and the children, it was just done perfectly and clearly the writer thought about how to play that scene.


I think it would be hard to deliver an episode of this caliber every week, but this show when it delivers at this level, shows you just how good they are. Overall, I think season 7 has been a really good season for this show and us fans.


H. Alan and Kerri watch The Golden Girls season 7 episode "A Midwinter Night's Dream: Part 1," where they discuss HONESTLY GUYS WE DON'T LOVE THIS EPISODE AND JUST KINDA BITCH ABOUT IT THE WHOLE TIME. Tune in next week for "A Midwinter Night's Dream: Part 2!


"Garage Sale" is the nineteenth episode of the seventh season of the American television comedy series The Office and is the show's 145th episode overall. It was written by Jon Vitti and directed by Steve Carell. It originally aired on March 24, 2011. It was viewed by 7.07 million people.


Meanwhile, Dunder Mifflin Scranton's staff host a public garage sale in the warehouse. During the sale, Dwight attempts to walk away with the most expensive item by trading smaller items with his office mates beginning with a red thumbtack (a reference to One red paperclip) and continuously trading up from table to table. One item on Jim and Pam's table that piques his interest is a packet of "miracle legumes." Dwight initially believes that they contain no magic, but is astonished when they reappear after Jim had seemingly destroyed the packet. Eventually, his curiosity gets the better of him and he trades Jim a telescope for the legumes. At the end of the episode, Dwight is seen planting the seeds and Jim secretly replaces the empty pots with full-grown plants. Andy, Darryl, and Kevin play and bet on the Dallas board game (which Kevin had for sale). As the instruction booklet is not with the game, Andy and Darryl make up the rules as they go along, much to Kevin's objection. Eventually, Kevin notices the money they had bet on the game with is missing, and storms out. As Darryl and Andy look at each other in confusion, Kevin reveals to the cameras that he has the money, stating, "And that... is Dallas", mocking Andy and Darryl's previous statement.


"Garage Sale" is the nineteenth episode of the seventh season of the American comedy television series The Office and the show's 145th episode overall. It originally aired on NBC in the United States on March 24, 2011.[1] The episode was written by Jon Vitti and directed by series cast member, Steve Carell. The episode marks Carell's third director's credit for the series and the final physical appearance of Amy Ryan, having appeared as a regular since "Classy Christmas". (She makes a voice-only appearance in the episode "Goodbye, Michael".)


In the episode, Michael (Steve Carell) decides to propose to Holly (Amy Ryan), and runs into trouble thinking of how to do it well with his expensive diamond ring. He consults several coworkers on advice and for ideas on how to propose. Meanwhile, Dunder Mifflin Scranton's warehouse and crew hosts a public garage sale.


"Garage Sale" was met with critical acclaim by television reviewers as well as fans. Furthermore, HitFix reviewer Alan Sepinwall wrote that the episode could have served as Carell's last episode. It is considered one of the best episodes of The Office. According to Nielsen Media Research, the episode was viewed by more than 7 million viewers and received a 3.4 rating/10% share among adults between the ages of 18 and 49 which marked a slight rise in the ratings from the previous episode, "Todd Packer".


Dunder Mifflin Scranton's warehouse and crew host a public garage sale. Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) attempts to walk away with the most expensive item by trading smaller items with his office mates beginning with a thumbtack (a reference to One red paperclip) and continuously trading up from table to table. One item on Jim and Pam's table that piques his interest is a packet of "miracle legumes." Jim claims he received them from a mysterious old man on vacation, and that they keep reappearing on his table whenever he puts them away. Dwight initially believes Jim is trying to prank him, but is astonished when they reappear after Jim had seemingly destroyed the packet. Eventually, his curiosity gets the better of him and he trades Jim a $150 telescope for the legumes. At the end of the episode, Dwight plants and waters the seeds and Jim secretly replaces the pots with full-grown plants.


This episode was written by consulting producer Jon Vitti, his second writing credit of the series since joining the staff at the beginning of the seventh season. It was directed by series star Steve Carell, the third episode he has directed for the series. The episode marked Amy Ryan's last physical appearance on the series, although she did speak in "Goodbye, Michael".[2] Ryan later said in an interview with New York that "The script was so sweet anyway that it made us all have a good cry" especially adding the fact that it was her final appearance.[2] She also expressed her confidence that the series could survive without Carell and that it was the right move for him to leave.[2] Vitti later submitted the episode for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, but it was not nominated.[3]


"Garage Sale" features several callbacks to previous episodes. Kevin's skills at poker were previously shown in "Casino Night".[4] Michael's St. Pauli Girl sign was previously shown in "Dinner Party".[5] Michael mentions when Toby left for Costa Rica from "Night Out".[5]


In its original American broadcast, "Garage Sale" was viewed by an estimated 7.07 million viewers and received a 3.4 rating/10% share among adults between the ages of 18 and 49.[6] This means that it was seen by 3.4% of all 18- to 49-year-olds, and 10% of all 18- to 49-year-olds watching television at the time of the broadcast. This marked a slight rise in the ratings from the previous episode, "Todd Packer", which received series lows.[7] The episode ranked second in its timeslot beating the Fox crime drama Bones, which was seen by 8.78 million households; and CBS coverage of NCAA basketball, which was seen by 6.82 million household; but it was defeated by the ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy, which was seen by an average 10.1 million households.[6]


This episode received critical acclaim and is considered one of the best Office episodes. HitFix reviewer Alan Sepinwall called it one of his "favorite Office episodes ever" and also called it one of the greatest romantic sitcom episodes of all-time. He also said the episode could have served as Carell's last episode, and praised "Garage Sale" for its multiple subplots, its exploration of the ensemble cast, and Jim's prank against Dwight.[8] Sepinwall named it one of the best TV episodes of 2011 for series that were not great the whole year and praised it for showcasing "the ridiculous and romantic sides of The Office". He also wrote that it gave Fischer and Krasinski their best material for the series in years.[9] Cindy White of IGN praised it for its mix of comedy and drama. She also complimented it for the showcase of the cast, ultimately giving the episode a 9/10.[5] James Poniewozik of Time said it "was unspectacular as an episode overall but did build to a delightful moment as Michael finally proposed to Holly", later naming it one of his honorable mentions for the top 10 TV episodes of 2011.[10][11]


As pharmacy residency season approaches, what better way to get insight on residency than from a current resident?? In this week's episode, Jovin interviewed Dr. Prachee Patel who is a current PGY1 Pharmacy Resident at Morton Plant Hospital to discuss how she was able to match with her top residency program. 041b061a72


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