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[S2E17] The Silence She Keeps


Sweetie Belle helps Cheerilee select a wedding dress at Carousel Boutique while barricading the dressing room to keep her inside. At the jewelry shop, Apple Bloom helps Big Mac select a diamond ring, as Scootaloo keeps track of how much time remains until the spell is broken. When Apple Bloom is talking to Scootaloo, Big Mac quickly purchases a diamond for Cheerilee and hurries to Carousel Boutique. Apple Bloom asks Scootaloo to hurry and warn Sweetie Belle, while she attempts to slow down Big Mac. However, the determined stallion is too strong to be stopped. Being weighed down by oxen and a cart full of anvils fails to stop him, and even being tethered to a house only slows him down. As Big Mac approaches the boutique, he falls into a large pit in the ground dug by Sweetie Belle and Scootaloo and lands on a mattress at the bottom. At the same time, Cheerilee bursts out of the barricaded boutique and runs towards her love. The town clock rings the hour mark just as Cheerilee jumps in, and the spell is broken. Cheerilee has no idea why she looks like she is about to get married at the bottom of a pit, and Big Mac returns to his normal, taciturn self. The Crusaders explain that it was all because of their selfish motives to make them fall in love with each other, and they apologize for the ordeal.




[S2E17] The Silence She Keeps


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While Jack and Joey set up the photography and art booth at the fair, Jack notices Joey's odd silence. After some pushing, Joey admits that she misses the kissing that goes along with a romantic relationship. Jack tries to assure her that she'll get another kiss from someone soon. Dawson stops by the booth to say hi, but he turns down a request to help with the set-up, explaining that he's helping Miss Kennedy with preparations for the silent film exhibit. After Dawson leaves, Joey tells Jack how she misses her old friendship with Dawson. Hoping to cheer her up, Jack talks Joey into checking out Madame Zenovich's tent for a look into her future. Using a crystal ball, Madame Zenovich initially appears to be nothing more than another con artist. However, some of her words strike a chord with Joey. The fortune teller advises Joey to say yes to any upcoming opportunity, then adds that a tall, dark stranger will be entering her life very soon. Upon returning to the art booth, they find a photographer admiring some of Joey's work. He introduces himself as Colin Manchester. Although he shows some interest in Joey, she doesn't come up with much to say to Colin. Jack urges her to follow the fortune teller's advice and take a chance with Colin.


Jen assists Grams with operating the crafts booth at the fair. Jen notices an old man in a neighboring booth who keeps looking over at Grams. He walks over and refreshes Grams' memory, telling her that he's Whit Hubley, a high school classmate of hers. Whit asks her to join him for dinner later that night, but Grams politely refuses. Jen urges her to accept the next time he asks. When Whit does, Grams takes him up on the offer. Before he leaves, Whit gives a flower to Grams, nearly causing her to cry. She explains to Jen that she thought this part of her life was long behind her. Jen offers to give Grams a makeover for the big date. Meanwhile, Dawson finds out that Miss Kennedy already knows about the movie he made. She asks to see it, but Dawson refuses, afraid that she would criticize his amateur film. After giving it some thought, Dawson eventually offers Miss Kennedy a showing of his movie. At the Captain Skippy booth, Pacey's less-than-stellar ventriloquist technique fails to entertain the bored children. Elsewhere, Joey finds Colin, who offers to buy her a drink. As they sit down to talk, Colin repeatedly compliments Joey on her natural beauty. He asks for Joey's permission to photograph her, to which she accepts.


Caleb works on recovering the data from "A's" cellphone sitting outside the espresso shop in town. He sees images of Garrett in the video, then looks up and sees Garrett sitting a table away from him. Spooked, he packs up his things and begins to walk away, when Garrett calls out to him that he forgot his keys. Garrett tries to make conversation, but Caleb keeps walking.


Call your friends and welcome them to Pawnee. Today Rob Lowe and Alan Yang are watching S3E12. In "Eagleton" Leslie is forced to deal with a former beloved colleague-turned bitter enemy when a neighboring town separates a shared park with a fence. On this episode find out how amazing it was to work with Nicole Holofcener, why a trash fight convinced Parker Posey to be in this episode, what in this script made Rashida cry, and why Alan never keeps ice cream in his home! Got a question for the Pawnee Town Hall? Send us an email: ParksandRecollectionTownHall@gmail.com Or leave a 30-Second voicemail at: (310) 893-6992


In her investigation, Leslie quickly learns Joe merely hits on any woman as long as she is not elderly. She takes Tom out to lunch to learn more about him. He responds to all of Leslie's questions with his usual chauvinistic answers, annoying her to the point that she admits she took him out because they matched on HoosierMate. A delighted Tom teases Leslie the rest of the day by pretending they are a couple, but she finally silences him by kissing him. Chris notices the kiss and warns Leslie that he has a strict policy against workplace dating.


Brandon contemplates a big decision that could either restore or destroy his dream of playing piano, but Stef and Lena find themselves on opposite ends of the debate. The Foster siblings plot to cheer Brandon up by taking him out to see a band and he butts heads with the sexy lead singer Lou. Meanwhile, Stef confronts Mike about his whereabouts the night Ana disappeared. A mysterious stranger keeps tabs on Callie, and Callie is faced with a choice that could further complicate her life. An encounter with Connor's dad creates a rift in Jude and Connor's friendship. And Jesus begins to feel threatened by Emma's independent spirit.


Nick begins to observe Luciana's community, and is shocked an infected man voluntarily allows himself to be eaten by walkers. Luciana explains that those who are infected or terminally ill sacrifice themselves to help build the "Wall", a barrier of walkers meant to protect the community from threats. Nick then accompanies Luciana on a supply run to a nearby supermarket, which is controlled by an armed gang. Nick manages to bargain for more supplies by threatening to cut off the supply of medicine the community has been trading with the gang. Luciana scolds Nick for his recklessness, as now the gang will be interested in finding out where her community is. Alejandro explains to Nick that he keeps the community together by preaching that the undead plague is merely a test from God.


Ofelia's truck breaks down in the Mexican desert. While she checks the engine, a group of Infected attacks her. After Ofelia kills a few, she flees on foot. Making it to the Mexican-American border and finds a hole and keeps going until someone starts shooting at her. A man armed with Assault Rifle discovers her hiding behind a tree. "Welcome to America," he says.


The agents returned to the Lighthouse having failed to stop the anomaly or those responsible, as well as losing Fox, who was killed. Mackenzie said a few words about Fox to the agents, saying how he joined S.H.I.E.L.D. to protect people, and then tasked the agents to continue their searches. After the meeting, Melinda May brought up his silence on the man that looked like Phil Coulson, but Mackenzie thought it best to keep it quiet until they knew what he was.


Change is inevitable. Some would say change is the only thing that's truly constant. Everything changes. But change can still hurt. And when we go through seasons of great change, it can surprise, confuse and alienate those we love... So how we respond to the gravity of someone's change can determine a lot. It can determine who's still near to us, and who keeps their distance. The choice is often outside of our control. And we've all been on both "sides" of that equation. 041b061a72


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