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[S2E20] The Best Defense

Buffy: Tell me what's in the steam! Coach Marin: After the fall of the Soviet Union, documents came into light detailing experiments with fish DNA in their Olympic swimmers. Tarpon...mako shark...but they couldn't crack it. Buffy: And you did, sort of. Why? Coach Marin: What kind of question is that? For the win! To make my team the best they could be! Do you understand we have a shot at the State Championship? Buffy: Do you understand that I don't care? It's over. There's not gonna be any Swim Team. Coach Marin: Boy, when they were handin' out school spirit, you didn't even stand in line, did ya? Buffy: No. I was in the line for shred of sanity. [Coach Marin pulls out a gun] Buffy: Which you obviously skipped.

[S2E20] The Best Defense


Alan and Denny defend a man charged with murder after he euthanized his wife who had Alzheimer's disease; long-lost family members return when Shirley's ex-husband asks her to be "best man" at his wedding and Paul tracks down his estranged daughter (Jayne Brook).

For those out of the loop, 1970s television in the United States was dominated by All in the Family, a remake of the British sitcom Till Death Us Do Part. The series revolved around an arch-conservative working-class New Yorker, Archie Bunker, and his debates with his intellectual liberal son-in-law, Mike Stivic, alongside a world changing before their eyes. Groundbreaking in its subject matter and dialogue for the time, the show topped the ratings for five of its nine years on the air (as well as in the top 10 for seven), and is still considered among the best comedies in American TV history.

Another great SVU crossover moment occurred when Benson and Stabler got roped into an intense serial rapist case alongside the attorneys of Law & Order: Trial by Jury. Bradley Cooper guest stars as Jason Whitaker, a defense attorney tasked with representing a wealthy client accused of sexually assaulting illegal immigrants.

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A burglary scare causes Reba to suggest that she and her daughters take a self-defense class, which leads to her squaring off with Barbra Jean. Meanwhile, the cost of home-security systems makes Brock decide to install one himself, but he makes the mistake of letting Jake choose the password.

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Hooty's origins are currently unknown. When talking about his past, Hooty mentions that it all started with a hunt and the skies were blood red.[3] He supposedly has a mother, but it is unknown what happened to her or if she is still alive.[1] Eda met Hooty prior to stumbling upon King on an island, and they have been together for at least eight years.[4] Hooty mentioned that Eda acted as a teacher to him sometime in the past, but the events of this interaction are vague at best.[5]

Not long after Luz first arrives in the Demon Realm, she is brought back to the Owl House by Eda Clawthorne after the duo escaped from a Coven Guard. There, Eda describes Hooty as a "state-of-the-art defense system". When Hooty asks for a password, he is poked in the eyes by the Owl Lady instead.[7]

Hooty and Lilith were initially enemies. While Lilith was still the coven leader at the Emperor's Coven, she attempted to arrest Eda at her house. But Hooty, being a state-of-the-art defense system, easily defeated her and the Coven Scouts she brought along, utterly humiliating her.

This begins to change after Lilith moves into the Owl House. From the start of "Separate Tides", Lilith makes it clear that she did not want Hooty's help with collecting potion ingredients, but he still considers her his friend and tries to be the best friend he could. This consists of him calling her "Lulu" and following her when she was searching despite her protests. However, their relationship dramatically improved after Lilith realizes that she does, in fact, need help and Hooty comes to her rescue. After they return to the Owl House, they apologize to each other for their behavior and Hooty calls Lilith his best friend. Although she didn't reciprocate, Lilith gives Hooty the nickname "Hootsifer". She also offers to protect him from Luz, Eda, and King, who plan to draw faces on him. In "Keeping Up A-fear-ances," Hooty is greatly saddened when Lilith decides to move back in with her mother, as well as the fact he cannot personally write to her, since he can't hold a pen.

The episode opens with CT-7567 "Rex" corresponding with Ahsoka Tano aboard the Phantom. Rex offers to come join her on her mission but Tano declines his offer. He remarks that experience always outranks everything (a callback to their very first conversation), with Tano replying that if that were the case, then she definitely outranks him now. Their communication ends with Rex wishing Ahsoka the best. After ending their conversation, Ahsoka returns to the ship's hangar to rejoin Kanan Jarrus and Ezra Bridger. When Ezra asks Kanan why Rex was so worried, Kanan explains that the planet Malachor was considered off-limits to the Jedi in the olden days. Tano then remarks that "there is always a bit of truth in legends." Ezra then enquires as to why Master Yoda would send them to Malachor if it was off-limits.

Ezra then states that their quest is a riddle and gets into an argument with his master, when they suddenly spot one of the "statues" moving. The figure charges at them and Ezra ignites his lightsaber in self-defense. The armored figure then ignites his own red double-bladed lightsaber, revealing himself as an Inquisitor known as the Eighth Brother. The Inquisitor is surprised to encounter the three of them and hurls a trio of explosives at them, destroying the ground beneath Ezra and causing him to fall through into an underground tunnel, separating him from his companions. Stating that he'll be fine, both Ahsoka and Kanan then go in pursuit of the lone Inquisitor.

While trapped underground, Ezra hears a voice in the darkness call out to him. Ezra draws his lightsaber in self defense, prompting the stranger to tell the boy that he means him no harm. The stranger then tells Ezra that he has been stranded on Malachor after his starship had crashed. When pressed, Ezra reluctantly tells the stranger that he and his friends are on a quest. The stranger then responds that he is also seeking knowledge about the Sith and suggests that they work together. The stranger offers to lead him to the Sith temple but adds that he is too old to enter the temple by himself. Alone and lost, Ezra reluctantly agrees to accompany the stranger into the Sith temple. The stranger introduces himself as "Old Master" with Ezra sarcastically replying that his name was Jabba.

Splitting up again, Maul tells Ezra to plant the Sith holocron in the temple's obelisk while he goes to assist Ahsoka and Kanan. Arriving at the scene, Maul engages the Inquisitors and forces the Fifth Brother onto the back foot. Taking advantage of his distraction, Ahsoka lunges forward and strikes the Fifth Brother's lightsaber, damaging it and rendering it useless. Disarmed and defenseless, the Fifth Brother is then swiftly dispatched by Maul with relative ease.

Meanwhile, the Turtles are driving across town in the Shell-Raiser and Leo confirms that their best bet would be to tunnel into the Shredder's lair from down below. Mikey then advises to tunnel down from above, sarcastically reasoning that this would confuse them. Raph appears to be dead set against all of the options that are thought of. Soon, Donnie spots Zeck on his Infrared camera, and he appears to be running from them. However, on Donnie's regular Surveillance camera, nothing at all is seen. Nonetheless, Donnie tells Leo to pause and step on the breaks but Zeck turns their way just in time to be hit by the Shell-Raiser. Due to his armor, the man is barely harmed at all, although the pressure knocks him right onto a sidewalk, where he vanishes in an instant. The brothers wonder if this is another Kraang defense mechanism, but, before they can get lost within their thoughts, Raph notices a blue backpack lying in the middle of the street nearby. He opens it up, only to unveil the Shredder's helmet, which he shows to his brothers in disbelief.

Meanwhile, in the Shell-Raiser, Leo believes that they should get the better of the predicament that they're in and try to trade the Shredder's helmet to the Foot in exchange for Karai. However, Raph believes that Leo is simply delusional and that this whole mission is a waste of their resources. Zeck glides from one rooftop to the next with long rays of energy that can be created by devices positioned near his feet. After he eventually ends up getting side by side with the Shell-Raiser, he uses the same trick that he did on the Foot-Bots so as to knock the Shell-Raiser on one of its sides. He then uses his motorized backpack to glide down the wall of a nearby building. However, he pauses and takes a minute to say that the city has gone downhill when he sees Rahzar and Tiger Claw together. Both mutants then notice that the Kabuto they're looking for is lying on the street down below and they battle the Turtles to claim it. The brothers actually put up a strong defense against the two brutes and, after Mikey tosses the helmet up to Donnie, the brothers take to a nearby rooftop and try to prevent an even larger fight from breaking out. However, this is not possible, as Fishface and Stockman-Fly both join the fray. Things only start to become more harsh by the minute, especially when a billboard nearly pulverizes Donnie, Mikey, and Raph, along with the Shredder's helmet.

The second season of Millennium is a bold triumph. It is often overlooked, and sadly under-seen. It is the best season of Millennium as a whole, and one of the finest (and most exciting) television seasons of the nineties. It holds up remarkably well in hindsight, serving as a career highlight for almost everybody involved. It is a twenty-three episode masterpiece, an example of unique vision and unparalleled ambition. Millennium has changed form before, and it will change form again; but it will never be quite this good again. 041b061a72

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