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    Episode 5 Episode 3

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    The next episode of “Legends of Tomorrow” will see Sara Lance embark on a new and dangerous secret mission on top of her other tasks. In “Legends of Tomorrow” season 5 episode 5, Sara Lance (Caity Lotz) will work with Leonard Snart (Wentworth Miller), Kendra Saunders (Ciara Renee), and Jax Jefferson (Franz Drameh) to save Martin Stein (Victor Garber), Mick Rory (Dominic Purcell), and Ray Palmer (Brandon Routh) from a Russian Gulag in 1986. In addition, Sara will also go on another dangerous mission during the next episode titled “Fail-Safe,” according to Design & Trend. Based on the official synopsis for “Legends of Tomorrow” season 5 episode 5, the three Legends have been captured and kept in a Russian Gulag during the Cold War. Leonard will…

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    Ginsberg's Episodes

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    In his memoir entitled Episodes: My Life as I See It, Blaze Ginsberg seeks to help his audience, ranging from strangers to family members, understand who he is. The author relays his life as if it were to become a television series, complete with music soundtrack and episode trivia. Through his work’s unique structure, Ginsberg is able to translate the way his autistic self sees the world, while also reminding the reader that each individual will look upon this same world in their own way too.…

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    Cameron’s Life: Episode VI a New Hope. In life there are many definite ends like finishing a bowl of pasta, finishing a 4-5 page paper your professor gives to you to finish in two days (I know, what the heck), or leaving a soccer club. At these ends, there are beginnings, eating more food because that 's all I do, starting another paper (Please don 't), and going to a new soccer club. During the intervals between a definite start, and definite ending, there are many small beginnings and…

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    Episode Of War

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    An Episode Of War by Stephen Crane, who was an American poet, novelist, and a short story writer, has three main messages that I found interesting in this story. The three messages are: we are hopeless of war and fighting, we are powerless when it comes to some certain events, and that our environment at times can’t be escapable. I’ll continue explaining my points and give reasoning throughout this essay. One of the three messages are; that we are hopeless of war and fighting. In America,…

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    American Horror Story

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    RIP Essay: American Horror Story In the television show review of the Pilot episode of American Horror Story called an AMERICAN HORROR STORY: AN EMOTIONAL DRAMA WITH UNEXPECTED TWISTS THROUGH THE PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN, by Cristal Oliveros, I tried convince my audience how the show can be seen as a Drama even though it is considered a Female Gothic. I did this by comparing the Drama genre to some of the scenes in this first episode of American Horror Story that enable the show be considered a…

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    Therefore, there are people that argues than watching TV is actually good because it allows their brain to function in a different way. Steven Johnson, the author of “Watching TV Makes You Smarter” himself states, “You have to focus to follow the plot, and focusing you’re exercising the parts of your brain the map social networks, that fill in missing information, that connect multiple narrative threads” (Johnson 292). It exists many TV shows that makes people follow the plot from the beginning…

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    An archetype is what role a character plays in the episode. There are two different archetype theories, Propp and Jung’s. Each of these has similar roles. Propp’s Theory has: The hero, villain, helper, mentor/donor, blocker/false hero, prize/princess and the dispatcher. Jung’s theory has more roles, but the roles are similar to Propp’s. In this episode archetypes are used constantly, an example of this is Mr Clarke (the schools science teacher), who acts as a donor. A donor is someone who gives…

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    The decision of Netflix and Amazon to release all new episodes of their original television series at the same time is one that addresses one of the most inherent desires of customers, and this is a good thing. One of the reasons for the widespread popularity of these means of entertainment is because of the elimination of the wait time in-between television (TV) shows. Before shows created by Netflix and Amazon, fans of a particular TV show needed to wait for a period spanning 24 hours to 1…

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    Chaotic Episodes

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    Could a chaotic experience with psychedelics treat more than just depression? Research has led professionals to believe that people with addictions to tobacco and alcohol could also benefit. Roland Griffiths from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine has speculated that therapy combined with drugs such as magic mushrooms can set struggling people on the right path. The prudent use of these drugs has led him to believe, "With psilocybin people feel reorganized [after therapy] and the nature of the…

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    Sherlock Holmes Effect

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    character fall to his death in order to save the lives of those close to him, then die in the arms of his best friend John Watson, and finally cut to a scene of Watson visiting Sherlock’s grave …only then to have Sherlock reappear out of sight from the other characters, alive and well, watching the aftermath that his death has caused (www.pbs.org). This particular plot device follows Mittell’s guidelines for operational aesthetics in that it leaves the audience not asking “What happened?” but…

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