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[S4E1] You Can Go Home Again

Cory and Eric are coming to the close of their road trip, having traveled to every part of the country they could. However, only three hours from home, Eric pulls into Pottstown, home of the World's Largest Yogurt Cup, ostensibly to get Cory a new pair of pants because he refuses to wear dirty pants or underwear. Although Cory wants nothing more to go home and see Topanga, whom he is reminded of by everything he sees, Eric insists they stay for the sprinkle parade.

[S4E1] You Can Go Home Again

Back at home, Shawn and Topanga arrive at the Matthews' home to await Cory's homecoming. Alan is alarmed at Shawn's insistence that he be allowed to take a hot bath while Alan and Amy leave to accept Alan's Grocer of the Year award (there is seepage at the trailer park), and forbids Shawn from using his bathtub. Regardless, Shawn takes a bath as soon as they leave.

Meanwhile, Eric hits on Irene, the pretty waitress at the Pottstown coffee shop/gift shop/motel. She is flattered that a city man like him would be romantically interested in a small-town girl like her, and doesn't help Cory, whom Eric has told her is a hitchhiker, when he insists that they leave. After he catches the sprinkle parade, which involved sprinkles being poured on the audience, he grabs the car keys and threatens to drive home alone, license be damned. Eric, however, easily tricks him into hand the keys over, and he leaves to hitchhike. Eric's new girlfriend assures him Cory can't go far because everybody that could give him a ride are there at the coffee shop.

Back in Philadelphia, Alan and Amy arrive home with a golden shopping cart award to find Shawn in Alan's robe. On his way out, Shawn warns them not to take a bath because the tub is now disgusting. When Alan asks for his robe back, Shawn snaps that he's naked without it; Alan tells him to keep it.

Meanwhile, the only one Cory can find that would give him a lift is an Amish man in a horse-drawn carriage offering to take him as far as "that farmhouse there." He returns to the coffee shop, where Eric has been enjoying the delicious pea soup and pie. "I was three hours from home," smiles the man next to Eric as he eats the pie. When Eric hears the coffee shop might shut down because of poor business, he shares his experience with tourist trap advertisement along the highway. The townspeople are delighted by the thought, and tell Eric that he could be very successful if he stays in Pottstown, Cory arriving in time to hear Eric agree.

Cory takes Eric off to the side to try to convince him to come home. Eric, however, has become enchanted with the idea of being king of Pottstown, when back home he's just be a loser who couldn't get into college. While Eric buys soup and pie for everyone, Cory angrily calls home on the payphone.

Three hours later, as Cory shares a huge pie with the man who was also three hours from home, Alan arrives to bring Eric back. However, Eric insists on staying with Irene and the guys. Alan takes him aside and asks what this is really about. After a moment, Eric opens up to him, saying that he knows he could make a life at Pottstown. Alan compares Eric settling for Pottstown to him settling for working in a supermarket, saying that he doesn't and will never grow to love it, and will eventually hate himself for settling. Eric expresses a fear of going home, but Alan convinces him he'll have the support of his family.

Max: Is this even real? I have thought of nothing but you and this for so long without it, I didn't know how to say it, or maybe I was afraid to, and now it just feels like I have a future again with you just like this. Helen: I should never have let you in.

Helen: Being home broke me wide open and I came spilling out in a way that I don't have any interest in boxing up again and it felt right. I felt right. Max: You take some time off, you take a leave of absence, you take what you need. Helen: Max, I need to go home, for good.

Max was too happy with where they were in their relationship and his ability to let go and allow himself to love again that he was typical Max about it. He was all-in, a silly man in love who was willing to make compromises, shouting out his love and threatening to run through the streets naked.

The hospital renovations and improvements provided everyone with a fresh start after working through the pandemic. And the montage of people returning to the hospital after months of working from home was hilarious and endearing.

She knew she got under his skin, and she seemed to take pleasure in that. But it was enough to make you wonder if part of Iggy's journey this season is learning how to practice and see patients again.

LATIMER: At that point, the officer on the left, starts kicking me with his boots over and over again. It was very terrifying. I thought I was, this is the way I die is just I get kicked, kicked to death.

Shaun: You have COVID-19. I can tell without a test, which is a good thing because we don't have any.Man: But I can't smell. That's not a symptom.Shaun: It is now.Man: So I have COVID. Now what?Shaun: Go home. There's no treatment. Rest, stay away from people, come back if you have trouble breathing. Goodbye.

Glassman: With proper precautions I could go to the hospital.Debbie: You are 65 years old with a history of cancer. if you get this virus...Glassman: What am I doing?Debbie: You're being safe. You're being smart. And anyway, what's wrong with us spending time at home together?

With Nurse Lucille Anderson leaving Poplar to go home to Jamaica in Call The Midwife Season 12's second episode, fans are worried actor Leonie Elliott may be gone from the series for good. Her farewell letter to viewers confirms it.

Hi Ian. Regarding the misspelling of Magadalene bridge it is a lesson in not writing a post at 2am. When Thursday mentioned the turning it off and on again I thought of the sitcom The IT Crowd. Thank you regrading Hal. 2001 A Space Odyssey is one of my favourite films but it never crossed my mind regarding its first message or HAL. Thanks for commenting.

Fast forward to the spring of 1986, and we wonder to ourselves if the kids are alright. There have been some changes in the Stranger Things universe. El (Millie Brown) and Will (Noah Schnapp) are in Lenora Hills, California. El is making an adorable diorama of Hopper, including a fantastic mustache, and Will has grown taller and lengthier but appears to be wearing the exact sized clothes. Joyce (Winona Ryder) has a frustrating job working at home cold calling customers to buy sets of encyclopedias. Mike (Fynn Wolfhard) is getting ready to visit El for spring break. Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) has the same long-distance girlfriend who changes his Spanish grade, and Lucas (Caleb McLaughlin) is on the basketball team in the hopes of becoming famous.

Now, Stranger Things takes a bloody, gruesome turn for the show that even made me take a step back. When Eddie takes Chrissy to his trailer park home for something more robust than weed, she wanders off while he goes to grab the Special K. She starts to hallucinate. She is now trapped in a two-story home. A woman at a sewing machine is scolding her. Finally, her father has his nose, mouth, and eyes glued and sewn shut and is screaming for help. Then, a dark, ominous figure that looks like a Demidog (maybe a Demigod?) corners her and tells Chrissy it is time to end her suffering.

Lafayette and Jesus, return to the coven, and Marnie tries to bring her parrot Minerva back to life, when Lafayette joins the circle, they all start gasping and the parrot starts flapping around, only to keel over again. Probably pining for the fjords.

That division spells trouble for everyone. Though the Lannisters appear strong and unchallenged with the Starks out of the picture and Jaime returned home only slightly worse for wear, the cracks are readily apparent. Between the hand missing from his right arm and the Hand of the King pressuring him to accept de facto exile as de facto Lord of Casterly Rock, Jaime finds himself in an unfamiliar position (though one with which Tyrion is altogether too well-acquainted): unwanted.

Nothing beats a summer abroad, but when traveling far from home, it's always nice to bring along an old friend from the neighborhood. Cobblestones and Café de Flore, Serena's locked down the left bank and become a muse to us all. Meanwhile, Blair rules the right bank. Storming the shops and consuming the classics and sampling sugary snacks like a modern Marie Antoniette. But we hear Serena's stories sizzle while Blair's are more fizzle. She's shopped at Saint Laurent and dined at Drouant but the only beau B's had this summer is on her headband.

Serena and Blair enjoy their summer vacation in Paris trying to take their minds off of home. Blair scores a date with a man she suspects is a member of a royal family. Meanwhile, Chuck is recovering in Prague after being found by Eva Coupeau, a waitress who does not know his real identity. Meanwhile, back in New York, Eleanor helps Lily make arrangements for Fashion's Night Out at the van der Woodsen penthouse and Dan deals with raising Georgina's newborn son Milo, while Nate meets a potential new love interest, Juliet Sharp.

At Baccarat, Blair is telling Louis and Jean Michele about Serena falling in the fountain. A sopping wet Serena walks in, collects her things, then leaves with Jean Michele. Once they're gone, Blair pushes Louis to leave too. Louis admits that he is the royal, and that Jean Michele is the driver. He explains that he thought that maybe someone who loved what he loved could love him too, but he was wrong and she was using him. He leaves. At the loft, Georgina takes a call from Vanessa who tells her to pass along the message that she will always be his friend. After they hang up, she writes a note to Dan saying she needs to destress at the spa. She grabs her packed suitcases and leaves the loft. At Eleanor and Cyrus' in Paris, Serena is packing to go home. Blair apologizes and says she ruined her own date. She continues that all she cares about is Serena, then finally admits that she isn't okay and is worried she will never get over Chuck. They talk about how maybe going to Columbia together is a good thing, and they make up. Blair then sends a tip to Gossip Girl about how Serena will be back in New York at Columbia. When Nate sees the blast, he calls Juliet. At her own apartment, Juliet is stapling sales tags back on her clothes when she takes Nate's calls. He vaguely explains his situation to her and they agree to meet for coffee and talk. She grabs her coat, and it's shown that on her apartment wall that she has different Gossip Girl blasts about Serena, Nate, and the whole UES dating back to Serena's arrest (The Wrath of Con). At the VDW's, Lily gets a call from Paris police, who inform her that a body washed up in Paris and the identification says it's Chuck. 041b061a72


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