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Watch Friends S02E19 DVD

The episode featured the return of John Colicos, William Campbell and Michael Ansara to the Klingon roles of Kor, Koloth and Kang, respectively. Each of those actors had previously portrayed the roles in episodes of the original Star Trek series. The story was based on the films Seven Samurai and The Magnificent Seven, and scenes were filmed on location in Pasadena, California as well as on sound stages at Paramount Studios. The episode was watched by 8.4 million viewers, and the opinions of critics were mixed.

Watch Friends S02E19 DVD

Each one is extremely watchable (ask the millions of people who have whiled away afternoons sitting catatonic in front of whatever re-runs happened to be on Comedy Central) but some of them are much, much funnier than others. Take, for example, almost any episode in which Ross is part of the lead storyline. It has been said many, many times before, but Ross is clearly the best (and for that matter, the funniest) character on the show.

Ross is determined to prove that he could still beat up his female friends, Rachel and Phoebe, despite their recent self-defence classes. He claims that he has "Unagi", something he defines as a state of total awareness, in his years spent practising karate. Unagi is actually a type of freshwater eel.

Can a cable network get the rights to Judging Amy and then produce a 2 hour TV movie special? I bet soooooo many people will watch it, even after all of these years. Amy, can you pitch this idea to some other network?

Please release JA on DVD already. My favorite show of all time. I watch it on UP (thank goodness I at least have that), but they do not show all episodes and they are not in order. I know there is a demand out there for it. What us the problem?

In Ms. Kwan's class, Emma is complaining about Raditch taking her flyers to Manny. Emma knows she's lost and says she's going to give up but at least she got some kids thinking about it as Ms. Kwan calls the class to watch the morning announcements. Sheila makes a special announcement from the Caf to defend her food and put the rumors to rest with the help of J.T. Incensed, Emma vows to Manny that she's not giving up. At lunch, she storms up to J.T. and asks him exactly what he thought he was doing helping Sheila with the Caf announcement that morning. He and Toby don't care what Emma has to say, but she can't believe they're still buying the "toxic junk" that the Caf sells and goes to take Toby's french fries away from him. In the struggle, the tray flies backwards and straight in Jimmy, who retaliates by throwing food back at the three. It misses and hits an unsuspecting Paige, who angrily chases J.T. and throws her lunch at him. It hits Craig instead and a full-on food fight ensues, resulting in Radtich suspending Emma for the rest of the day. She tries to proclaim her innocence, but he insists that she started it all with the flyers. Radtich has no choice but to release her to Snake since Spike is out of town but Emma insists that he will fully support her.

Jimmy is having conflicting feelings about approaching Spinner. After their confrontation in class, he's begun to feel bad about making fun of Spinner's hoodie and calling him jealous. After school, he decides to talk to him about it as Spinner waits in the foyer. Jimmy apologizes and Spinner hastily accepts but waits for Jimmy to leave. When he doesn't, Spinner asks why he's still there and Jimmy says he thought they'd walk home together and everything would go back to how it was before. Just then, Sully arrives and tries to give Spinner the $120 as Spinner assures Jimmy they'll walk to school together tomorrow morning. Spinner tries to play it off as Sully just owing him some money until Sully sharply reminds him that he owes him an MP3 player in return. Jimmy watches, ashen faced, as he realizes what's really going on before telling Spinner it sounds like a "steal" and leaving.

The Last Roundup is the fourteenth episode of the second season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic and the fortieth episode overall. After Applejack sends a note to her family and friends that says she will not return to Ponyville after competing in the Equestria Rodeo Competition in Canterlot, her friends decide to find her and understand her motives.

Shortly after airing, some viewers complained that Derpy's portrayal was offensive to mentally disabled persons and contradicted the show's lessons about friendship. Amy Keating Rogers responded with a statement which was republished on Equestria Daily.[5] According to Rogers, Derpy's scene was originally longer and included a flashback that showed how town hall was damaged; when Derpy was removing lightning from thunderclouds, she "bucked bolts" too close to the building. Rogers intended this clumsy pony to be called Ditzy Doo as a reference to the episode Winter Wrap Up, but was asked to name her Derpy as a "tip of the hat" to the fans.[5]

In the factory, Applejack uses a treadmill to power a conveyor belt transporting yellow and red cherries. Applejack frowns when her friends are hired to be red/yellow cherry sorters. Twilight takes the opportunity to ask Applejack what she thought of Canterlot and the rodeo. Rainbow Dash joins in, asking if she saw Wild Bull Hickok and Calamity Mane. Rarity also leaves her post and inquires how Applejack met Miss Jubilee. Applejack curtly responds that she befriended Miss Jubilee at her cherry stand at the rodeo.

The five friends are then seen mopping up the juice on the floor and walls. Calling for drastic measures, Rainbow Dash says it's time to "call in the big guns," and the camera dramatically zooms in on Pinkie Pie.

That was all Aqualad needed to hear. He and Artemis stand up, none the worse-for-wear from Deathstroke's bullet. Savage is dumbfounded, but "Deathstroke" breaks cover and telekinetically floats a sword at Savage's neck. She doesn't need to do any permanent damage to her best friends when misdirection and Hollywood special effects would suffice.

Aqualad moves towards Miss Martian, lecturing Vandal Savage on the value of true friendship. The trap is sprung: Superboy, Guardian and Bumblebee emerge from the Reach entrance, while Nightwing, Batgirl, and Kid Flash enter from the Light side of the cavern.

Black Beetle and the Scientist watch the press conference from their ship hovering atop the United Nations. The Warworld is gone, presumably under Vandal Savage's control, and the Green Lantern Corps would soon reach Earth. They will leave the planet, but in order to hide evidence of their tampering on Earth, which violates their treaty with the Guardians of the Universe, Black Beetle will destroy it first.

Crichton, Aeryn and D'argo are stranded in an asteroid field while Scorpius searches for them. Their safety depends on Crais, who is nearby in Talyn. Aeryn teaches Crais how to control the young Leviathan - the only thing she can offer in return for the lives of her friends. When Moya returns to the asteroid field to look for her offspring, Crichton decides to remove Crais from control of Talyn. Scorpius finally sees his chance to strike.

Now married, Crichton and Katalla are frozen into living statues so that they may watch over the presiding governments of the next eighty cycles. Immediately, Clavor and the Scarran emissary attempt another assassination and succeed in removing Crichton's head. The crew must save John and Chiana while escaping Scorpius.

The crew work out a way of getting free from the other ship and out of the wormhole. Things become more complicated when their new 'friends' begin to sabotage Moya and Crichton picks up a transmission from Earth.

Shortly afterward, Kim is visited by a large talking mole rat from the future, a descendant of Rufus named Rufus 3000, who gives Kim a time-travel device and explains that "The Supreme One" is preparing to take over the world. Meanwhile, Drakken, Killigan, and Monkey Fist turn themselves into little children and travel back in time to Kim's first day in preschool in order to discourage her from becoming a crime fighter. Posing as her schoolmates, the villains try to bully the four-year-old Kim, but she defeats them and makes friends with Ron, and the high-school-age Kim arrives to fight Shego, who has been observing her accomplices.

With their preschool plot foiled, the villains turn back into adults and escape forward in time, to a day when Kim and Ron are middle-school teenagers. When a billionaire traps himself in the web of deadly laser beams that guard his vault, his security expert accidentally contacts Kim through her new babysitting website, so, after a neighbor drives Kim and Ron to the billionaire's mansion, Kim uses her cheer leading gymnastic skills to jump through the laser beams and save the billionaire. Monkey Fist goes into the past and retrieves a huge rock gorilla, which attacks Kim, but high-school-age Kim and Ron appear, and high-school Ron destroys the rock gorilla by accidentally activating the security lasers. As police officers arrest Drakken, Killigan, and Monkey Fist, Shego, after being visited by her future self while watching the fight, escapes with the Time Monkey into the future. Rufus 3000 then arrives and reveals to Kim that Shego is The Supreme One, not Drakken stating that he thought it was obvious to her since Shego is the only one smart enough to actually take over the world. Kim then activates the time portal and she, Ron, Rufus, and Rufus 3000 go to the future to stop her.

After capturing Kim and her friends, Shego reveals that she separated Kim and Ron by making money in the 1990s stock-market boom, offering Ron's mother a very well-paying job in Norway, her reason being that while together, Kim and Ron actually made a decent team, but if they were apart, they could not stop her. In his anger at having to live in Norway and the destruction of his favorite restaurant, Ron throws Drakken (despite the latter being muscular and very strong) across the room. The twins, Wade, and Rufus 3000 break out of their chains and Ron unintentionally causes the pillars that hold up the palace ceiling to collapse, causing the Time Monkey to fall to the floor and break and undoing all the effects of Shego's time travel. This causes Kim, Ron, and Rufus to float through a time portal and travel back to the first scene of the film, at the end of their first school day. At the moment when the first time disturbance occurred, a wave of time distortion washes over Kim and Ron, and when the moment has passed, the world has been restored to its original state and the two teens have lost all memory of events, except Ron knows he hates meat cakes, which he was forced to eat in Norway. 041b061a72


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