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When we last saw Lyra, she was walking into the bridge between worlds her father (James McAvoy) had opened by killing Roger (Lewin Lloyd). We catch up with her as she and Pan make their way through a jungle toward what appears to be an abandoned city.
Nia running into Murphy's mother on her way to the room with unappealing hospital food, and their seemingly pleasant exchange heightened the intensity of the situation. Whether Murphy likes it or not, Nia has immersed herself in Murphy's life, and they're inextricably connected going forward.
He embraced the idea of laundering money through Guiding Hope like it was as simple as adding a silent partner to the organization instead of willingly ingratiating themselves into a criminal enterprise with a killer.
On their way to deliver the bag full of money, Felix not only hit a man with his car, but he jumped right into wanting to throw some of this blood money at the man to resolve the issue. He poorly negotiated everything, too, then resorted to having Jess use her savings to make up the difference.
Nia's desperate, and she doesn't have many cards on the table right now, so she's willing to put most of her eggs into this Guiding Hope basket to get back on her feet. It's not good for Murphy and the others, and they'll realize keeping the place open came with a hefty price.
Rev Bem/Redplague, is being hounded by the ultrasonic communication of Bloodmist. I thought the guy looked blind in the 1st part of this episode, by I can see his beady little eyes in this half. Bloodmist is calling for Rev to join his brothers and serve the abyss. Rev looks like he is being tortured and broken. Bloodmist wants to turn Rev to the dark side since he is such a good warrior.
Peter calls Nonnatus house and notifies Chummy that there is a woman in labour on a cargo ship, despite the fact that women are not permitted on cargo ships. Trixie prepares to bring Jenny with her, but upon finding out that Molly has gone into labour she brings Sister Evangelina instead.
Twilight Sparkle arrives with Spike, and says she has a new \"fail-safe\" spell to reverse the strange changes to the weather and animals. She casts the spell and a bright purple band of magic sweeps the land, but nothing happens. Undeterred, she tells Rainbow Dash to corral the clouds and Applejack to lasso them. Twilight instructs Fluttershy to coax the animals into eating the cotton candy clouds and popcorn instead of the apples. Not long after, Spike receives a letter from Princess Celestia, telling the six ponies to come to Canterlot immediately.
A section of hedge disappears, revealing the others. When Twilight greets Fluttershy, she insults Twilight and smacks her with her tail. Fluttershy even knocks Pinkie Pie into a hedge. As Applejack laughs at Pinkie and Pinkie retorts, Twilight realizes that something is happening to her friends. She tries to assist Rarity with moving her rock, but Rarity warns her that the rock belongs to her.
Instead of finding a bustling seaside city, Lyra discovers that while laundry still hangs from the line, the city itself is empty, with not a soul to be found. She and Pan search around, noticing images of angels all over that mirror the ones that flank the enormous tower at the center of the city. In an abandoned house, she stumbles into Will, a reversal of what happened in the book where he stumbled into her. Taken by surprise, Lyra attacks the young man until she realizes he means her no harm. They introduce themselves but once Will sees a talking animal in the form of Pan and Lyra sees Will has no daemon, relations turn frosty and Lyra flees.
THE CLEANING LADY continues to examine the plight of undocumented immigrants and their difficulties accessing necessary healthcare and resources. Galvanized by the many roadblocks she faced while searching for a treatment to save her son, Thony will utilize her expertise as a doctor to find ways to help her underserved community. However, as Thony continues to entwine her business undertakings with Arman, she is dragged further across the moral line and into the dark underbelly of Las Vegas.
He goes down into the bunker. Photos of the people of Winden are on the wall, connected by strings. He takes a cassette tape recorded by Claudia Tiedemann. She says she was one of the few survivors of the apocalypse of June 27, 2020, and hopes that if the God particle can be stabilized, it might provide a way back to the past to save them all. He picks up the medal of St. Christopher and looks at a picture of Martha.
Bartosz approaches the cave entrance with a flashlight and waits for someone. Noah appears out of the cave darkness and asks if he is prepared. Bartosz nods, and they go into the cave together. Noah carries what seems to be a leather bag.
Dispatching various ghosts from the future, Clockwork set in motion a series of events that led young Danny to eventually come to the future, where he encountered his dark older self. They fought, but Dan easily won, trapping Danny in the future while Dan went to the past to murder the Fentons, Sam, Tucker, and Lancer, in an effort to preserve his existence.
Young Dark Danny has snow-white flaming hair, glowing red eyes with dark lines around them, and light turquoise skin. He has pointed ears and fangs. His outfit is the same as Danny's: a black jumpsuit with white boots, collar, belt, and gloves, with his logo, a white \"D\" with a black \"P\" inside it, on his chest.
Older Dark Danny is taller and much more bulky and muscular than his younger self. He has snow-white flaming hair with a ponytail, light turquoise skin, and red eyes with dark lines around them. He has pointed ears, fangs, and a goatee. He wears a black jumpsuit with a white trim, a white belt, black gloves, white boots, and his logo on his chest, which is unchanged. He wears a cape which is white on the outside and black on the inside.
He is also notably arrogant, as he condescendingly remarks upon his younger counterpart's charge before taking him down in the future with a sense of dissatisfaction with the lack of effort on his part. Despite that, he was aware that he could not destroy Danny because that would erase him so he instead battered him to a point where he couldn't intervene. Though this was before time was averted and he can exist without Danny changing into him.
It was through Vlad's actions that Dark Danny came into existence. Dark Danny's first act of destruction was to destroy Vlad's manor. Now, Vlad, the former prideful billionaire, lives in reclusive grief and misery, guilty over his past misdeeds and selfishness. Dark Danny looks down on Vlad but also sees him as a threat, and plans on getting rid of him after finding and destroying his ghost portal.
Mr. Lancer was his least favorite teacher. He was also one of the people killed in The Nasty Burger explosion alongside Danny's family and friends. His tombstone only reads \"GONE\" instead of \"GONE, but not forgotten\", though the base of the tombstone seems to be embedded into the ground. He seems to have great pleasure in killing him since Mr. Lancer wasn't the fair and forgiving type in the past.
The first version is a shadowy version of Dark Danny. After his 10 years in the Fenton Thermos, he \"has gone off the deep end and become the ultimate dark ghost.\" He is darker, more dangerous, and has gone crazy during his time in the thermos. His personality/demeanor has become all that is dark, and his appearance reflects him in that he is a shadow of his former self. It is possible that the Dark Danny seen in the drawing is an actual shadow. He possibly developed the ability to split himself into multiple shadows, not dissimilar to Johnny 13's Shadow, only 200 times more powerful.
Version 4The fourth and final version is similar to the first version, in that he is pure darkness, evil, and insane. His 10 years trapped in the Fenton Thermos drove him insane. His character design is mostly dark, with only his gloves and face white, akin to The Joker. He lost his pupils making his eyes pure white, which adds to the terrifying look of the character.
Anal Probe: Discussed. Elliott believes Five to be an alien and asks him why they always do anal probing. \"Awkward Silence\" Entrance: When Allison enters a \"whites only\" Malt Shop, the whole room goes silent. Backstab Backfire: After Luther's won his prize fight and turns away, the dirty opponent goes after him with a knife. Luther turns around breaks the guy's arm with a Sickening \"Crunch!\" sound. Butterfly of Doom: Seeing Diego obsessed with saving JFK makes Five speculate Kennedy living leads to the dark future he saw. Cavalry of the Dead: Klaus is shown summoning an entire ghostly army regiment against the invading Russians. Cassandra Truth: Needless to say, Diego's constant claims some random nutcase is going to kill President John F. Kennedy leads to him locked in an asylum. Come with Me If You Want to Live: \"If you want to live, come with me,\" Hazel says to Five before he pulls him out of a battleground. Dramatically Missing the Point: Five is astounded Diego can't grasp just maybe his saving JFK is what causes World War III and realizes better to leave him in the sanitarium. Dropped a Bridge on Him: Hazel is abruptly offed in the first minutes by a trio of gunmen. Emergency Temporal Shift: Five winds up in a Bad Future in which the Russians invade the United States. Though the Umbrella Academy's badass future selves appear to be holding off the invaders, it's all for nothing as an apocalyptic nuclear strike is launched at their location; Five is only saved by the timely arrival of a significantly older Hazel, who uses his briefcase to give him a lift back into the past before the blast wave can reach them. Here We Go Again!: This season starts the same way the first one did: Five landing in a new time, knowing the apocalypse ends in ten days. Only this time, his siblings are temporally and spatially disparate. Hit Stop: The scene slows down during the Fight Clubbing scene where Luther gets hit in the face by his opponent. Imperial Stormtrooper Marksmanship Academy: All three machine-gun wielding assassins completely miss Diego and Lila despite them being at the other end of the straight hallway. Invaded States of America: In the first timeline Five lands in, the Soviets have invaded the U.S. and are just about to nuke it. I Work Alone: Diego makes it clear to Lila that he doesn't want company for his big break. Eventually, they do it together. Just Toying with Them: In his prize fights, Luther lets his opponents get some hits in until his manager flags him to get serious at which point Luther turns his fights into a Curb-Stomp Battle. Killed Offscreen: Agnes died of cancer between seasons, as Hazel relates to Five. Lost in a Crowd: Diego and Lila escape the assassins by letting loose the other inmates, who are all dressed in the same white outfits they are. Man Bites Man: In the middle of stealing a truck, Klaus bites the owner's hand. Movie Superheroes Wear Black: When Five witnesses the full force of a unified Umbrella Academy fighting the Soviets, all of them are in black and in full superhero mode. Newspaper Dating: After Klaus tries What Year Is It, Ben picks up a discarded magazine and learns that it's 1960 by checking the date. No Equal-Opportunity Time Travel: While Luther blends in easily into the 1960s society, Allison and Diego have to deal with open racism, Klaus and Vanya with homophobia. Popcultural Osmosis Failure: In one of Diego's group therapy sessions at the asylum, Diego cracks a joke about Luke Skywalker when he is asked about his relationship with his father. No one gets the joke because it came 14 years too early for them. Refusal of the Call: At the end of the episode, Luther tells Five that he doesn't give a shit about his mission to return everyone home. Shout-Out: There's this reaction by Five on being mistaken for an alien: Elliott: It's all true, yeah UFOs, crop circles... Five: Well, the truth is out there. Soundtrack Dissonance: The action sequence of the siblings staving off a Soviet attack in the streets of Dallas is set to Frank Sinatra's \"My Way\". Three-Point Landing: Diego lands on his knee, foot, and fist when falling from the portal into the year 1963. Unreadably Fast Text: Elliot has post-it notes indicating the arrival of each sibling above their rows of pictures. Allison and Luther, whose exact arrival dates are only shown in captions by the year each arrives, are respectively June 29, 1961 and April 10, 1962. What Year Is It: Klaus asks a passerby \"what year is it, or what day\" after landing in 1960. Wimp Fight: Klaus and Ben have a pathetic fight with slapping and amateur grappling on the side of the road. Ben is of course Invisible to Normals, so to a man driving by it just looks like Klaus spasming. Wrongfully Committed: Diego gets committed to an asylum for his ramblings that JFK is going to be assassinated in a week since it hasn't happened yet. Your Head Asplode: Allison Rumors a trio of soldiers with \"I blew your minds\". Cue head explosion. 59ce067264