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AS 06-Arrow Squad Episode 06-Season 1 Episodes 17-20

AS 06-Arrow Squad Episode 06-Season 1 Episodes 17-20

The rewatch continues! Episodes 17-20 of season 1 are some of the most dramatic and compelling of the season and prepare us for the final three episodes of season 1. Oliver begins to take Diggle’s quest to bring down Deadshot seriously, The Count returns (always good to see Seth Gable), and tensions rise between Oliver and Tommy as Tommy perceives their relationship crumbling under the weight of lies.

What happened in this episode of Arrow Squad? What didn’t happen?! The Shadow and Miss Ice reveal their next adventure, discuss some season 3 Arrow news, and talk about how these four episodes of season 1 contributed to the mythology and general intrigue of Arrow’s run.Read more…

SILY Episode 94-Awakening Your Awareness

SILY Episode 94-Awakening Your Awareness

I don’t know how many episodes I’ve done on perspective but it’s at least 3. I talk about it frequently because I believe that perspective is vital. Perspective changes everything and it’s almost always mental. I don’t know anyone who is successful in the things that matter that doesn’t have a positive perspective.

When I worked at my previous job I had about a 40 minute drive each way to work. If you’re like me, the drive just turns into a blur after a while. I’d pass by the same stuff every day and really not pay any attention to the things and buildings I drove by. Sure, I noticed a few things, but you miss a lot of stuff when you’re passing it by at 70 miles an hour and trying to keep your eyes on the road.

One thing that I had noticed was that there were a few American flags along the way. There was a flag at a school, a church, a car repair shop, and at the entrance to a housing addition. There was a small cemetery on the side of the road that I drove past every day. However, one day I noticed that one grave had a small fence around it and an American flag on a pole by the grave. I could tell that the flag pole had been there for a very long time, and the odds were that a flag had been on the pole every day and I had simply failed to notice it.

This got me to thinking. I wondered how many American flags were visible on my drive to and from work each day that I had overlooked. I think that I thought there might be as many as 10 American flags. So I started looking. The first day I really started looking I spotted over a dozen. The next day I saw even more and the day after that I noticed even more that I had missed. After a few days had passed I determined that I had probably spotted them all. Guess how many there were? There were about 50 American flags. Read More…

WHTGB 52-We Have To Go Back Episode 52-The Incident Part 1 and Part 2

WHTGB 52-We Have To Go Back Episode 52-The Incident Part 1 and Part 2

In episode 52 we come to the end of LOST season 5 with our look back at “The Incident” part 1 and part 2. We see Jacob visit Kate, Sawyer, Sayid, Ilana, Jack, and Hurley off the island, and we also learn more about Juliet via flashback. We also see Jacob on screen for the first time and are introduced to the mysterious “man in black.”

We discuss all of the flashbacks as well as the various twists and turns taken as Jack continues his drive to detonate the hydrogen bomb and reset the timeline. We also talk about the relationship dynamics between Jack and Sawyer, Jack and Kate, Kate and Sawyer, and Sawyer and Juliet.

Of course, we also discuss all of the great storyline surrounding Locke, Ben, Richard, and Jacob. We wonder what might have happened if Ilana would have arrived at the foot of the statue sooner, how Ben fell right into the same manipulations he’s used on many others, and what we thought about this episode when it first aired. Read More…

BC 06-Berserker Cast Episode 06-Mind Games Review

BC 06-Berserker Cast Episode 06-Mind Games Review

In episode 6 of Berserker Cast we talk a lot about how we perceived this episode to fit into the whole of the season. Season four will have a total of 12 episodes, which is 2 more than the previous three seasons, and yet this episode seemed very much like a “filler” episode. It is difficult for both of us to find much fault in the writing itself, because even with slower paced episodes there is a lot of good writing within, but we can’t help to feel like there is something big coming and they’re drawing it out in order for each character to get into a perfect spot before uniting them all again.

When the episode opens, Tom, Weaver and Matt have traveled three days without food. Matt seems off, and in light of his recent imprisonment it isn’t all that strange. Questions arise again from feedbackers and from our discussion about whether there is some foreshadowing going on for Ben’s fate and the possibility of Matt being involved in his fate. We also see another aspect to the show’s family theme through the brothers we are introduced to. Blood might mean they’re related, Tom tells Matt, but that doesn’t make them family. With the recent death of Jeannie and the ever growing relationship between Matt and Weaver, particularly in this episode, it seems like this distinction is going to be more important than ever for the second half of the season.

What was very curious to both of us was Lexi’s reaction to her own power. After she puts the chokehold on Anne, does it seem to you like she tried to draw back and was unable to? One feedbacker thinks her powers are maturing each week, growing stronger the more she uses them and, building on that, Emilee drew a parallel to Olivia in season four of Fringe being activated by Bell in order to become the power source for his brave new world. Lexi appears to be a willing component to Monk’s plans, but are her powers out of her control because of a human immaturity or an alien plan to drain her humanity from her? Or both?? Read More…

SILY Episode 93-Applying the 80/20 Principle

SILY Episode 93-Applying the 80/20 Principle

I didn’t learn about the 80/20 principle yesterday, I learned about it a long time ago. But I was recently reminded just how helpful and real this principle still is. It’s just as true now as it was when I first learned about it.

The 80/20 principle suggests that 80% of your output comes from only 20% of your effort. To put it in business terms, 80% of your profit comes from the top 20% of your customers. And to apply it to productivity, 80% of your output comes from 20% of your time or effort.

Let’s shift from productivity to real life for a moment and then we will link real life back to productivity. Here we go. Read More…

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