[S3E6] And The Piece Of Sheet !!HOT!!
Max and Caroline are thrilled to find themselves with extra money. But Caroline's thrill ends when her hair extensions start falling out. Embarrassed, she denies it at first, but confesses to Max that she has them. She uses their joint funds to buy new extensions, plus new pajamas for herself. She buys Max new bedding, but Max reacts with indignation, much to Caroline's dismay. It turns out that Max is unable to sleep in the new sheets, and she demands her old ones back. Caroline replies that she put them in the Salvation Army donation bin, and Max drags her out to retrieve them.
[S3E6] And the Piece of Sheet
At the diner the next day, Caroline warns Earl that a sleep-deprived Max will be in a bad mood. She presents Caroline with a bag which she says is a repayment gift for the new sheets. Caroline is shocked to discover a rather ugly wig, which Max challenges her to wear to prove she doesn't have an unhealthy attachment to her hair. She does, and embraces her new look. At least, until a customer she has a thing for enters the diner, and she flees to avoid him seeing her wigged out.
Tormund Giantsbane notes the growth of trees close to the Wall, and remarks there used to be no such cover; the Night's Watch would come out each morning with axes. Intimidated by the expansive sheet of ice, Jon Snow admits to Ygritte he's afraid. Her own fears are overshadowed by excitement; she's waited her entire life for this climb. Ygritte tells Jon she knows his loyalty still lies with the Night's Watch, and she doesn't care. Neither of their armies will ensure their survival, she reasons. The lovers pledge to never betray each other.
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At camp at the base of the Wall, the wildling party led by Tormund prepare to climb. Jon Snow and Ygritte talk about their impending climb and their relationship. Ygritte reveals she is aware that Jon is still loyal to the Night's Watch, but tells him he must be loyal to each other instead. While climbing, Ygritte strikes the Wall and causes a massive crack, which dislodges a large sheet of ice, sending several wildlings to their deaths. Ygritte and Jon hang precariously by their safety rope. Orell decides that Tormund cannot continue climbing with the weight of Jon and Ygritte's bodies pulling them down and begins cutting the rope. Jon sees what Orell is doing and barely manages to swing to his left and plant a hook in the ice, saving himself and Ygritte. They reach the top of the wall, and Ygritte is awed by the view beyond the wall and to the south, before she and Jon share a passionate kiss.
The previous episode of "How to Get Away With Murder" revealed that the dead body found in the Keating home was male. With Annalise keeping Wes under house arrest at her home since the police arrived at his apartment, there is a high chance that Wes could be the dead person under the sheet.
Glenn convenes Daisy, Gary and Marcos for a preference sheet meeting to discuss the incoming guests. While they go over the guest's wants and needs, Glenn notices the cutesy behavior between Daisy and Gary, hinting, "I see there's more to Gary and Daisy than meets the eye." Little does Captain Glenn know, Gary's been playing the field between the three stews.
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Greenland's largest ice sheet is thawing at a much higher rate than expected, a new study has revealed, suggesting it will add six times more water to the rising sea levels than previously thought. And the trend may not be limited to Greenland, scientists worry.
Morlinghem added that similar trends might be underway in other parts of the Greenland ice sheet as the whole system might be much more sensitive to changes happening in coastal areas than previously thought.
"We foresee profound changes in global sea levels, more than currently projected by existing models," Eric Rignot, a professor of Earth system science at the University of California, Irvine, who is also a co-author of the paper, said in the statement. "Data collected in the vast interior of ice sheets, such as those described in our research, help us better represent the physical processes included in numerical models and in turn provide more realistic projections of global sea-level rise."
Marco and River must escape their cells before Ludo makes River order all of Mewni to love him.Tropes: 0% Approval Rating: No one likes Ludo, not even after River's disastrous stint as ruler.
Air-Vent Passageway: River tells Marco to escape through the AC vent. The fact that there's such a thing in a world of apparent Medieval Stasis is Lampshaded.Marco: The dungeon has air conditioning? River: It's a dungeon, not a torture chamber.
Bedmate Reveal: Variant- Marco sees someone in the royal bed and creeps up to them, expecting a sleeping Ludo he can steal the key from. He pulls the sheet off and sees....a mime, causing him to scream.
Boring, but Practical: Levitato is the simplest of spells, but Ludo demonstrates that it can be a terrifying weapon when he uses it to send River flying up into the sky.
The Caligula: Ludo has even less idea about how to rule than River, and really just seeks to be adored in all things. Everything else will be allowed to go to hell as long as that happens.
Cat Fight: The fight between Ruberiot and Fool Duke mostly involves them grabbing at and tearing each other's clothes.
Does This Remind You of Anything?: Marco, while sneaking around the castle, finds Ruberiot and two other performers, a jester and mime, who have been resting in the King's chamber while Ludo is away. They eat his leftovers and use his bath. The mime on the bed, mimes sleeping but then starts bouncing up and down. Ruberiot quickly adds that they've all been sleeping on the royal bed.
Downer Ending: River is blasted into the sky and while Marco clearly plans to fight, his only allies are the three nigh-useless artists.
Everyone Hates Mimes: Inverted. On Mewni, the mime is the most beloved of the artists.
I Just Want to Be Loved: Ludo's main reason for wanting the throne is for the people to love him.
Irony: After Marco takes the key, he returns to the dungeon to free River, but Ludo comes in and Marco has to pretend to be still shackled, dropping the key in the process. Ludo finds the key and assumes he left it there earlier, and mocks the prisoners for not trying to get it and escape, not knowing that Marco did just that.
Public Execution: Ludo Levitato-ing River into the sky is clearly meant to evoke this.
The Quiet One: As befits her profession, the mime is utterly silent for most of the episode. The only time she speaks is when she tells Marco to get the key to River's chains from Ludo.
Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: Deconstructed. The artists aren't very eager to get involved and only Ludo's desperation for praise covers the fact that their impromptu song is terrible and the jester can't sing. While they get the key, they flee at the first sign of trouble and don't help Marco try to free the king before it's too late.
Retcon: Foolduke marvels at there being a "solid gold toilet" in the royal bathroom. In "Royal Pain", River showed total ignorance regarding the very concept of a toilet, so unless he recently added that to the castle, he's actually always had one close at hand.
Running Gag: The mime, inverting Everyone Hates Mimes, is frequently referred to as a genius and praised as the best artist while doing almost nothing. The other artists consider her far above their level.
"Shaggy Dog" Story: Marco gets the key back to the dungeon and goes to free River, but River refuses, feeling that he'll just bungle things up like before. Marco tries to talk him out of it, only for Ludo to show up. The artists flee, and Marco has no choice but to drop the key and pretend to be locked up again since he doesn't have time to free River. Ludo assumes the key was on the floor all night and mocks Marco for never taking it, before taking River away to be Levitato'd.
Shoo Out the Clowns: King River's banishment via Levitato continues after this episode throughout most of the dramatic conclusion.
Take That!: The artists are a jab at pretentious artists who think they only have to create and make commentary, not actually do things to alter events. The Jester is also a jab at people who pretend their comedy is some great statement when it's really just lowbrow humor.
Vocal Dissonance: The mime's voice is very deep and masculine for a thin, graceful girl.
Written by the Winners: Immediately after seizing the kingdom, Ludo creates a revisionist version of history where he descended like an angel to liberate the mewmans from a savage and animalistic River. Not that his story is fooling anyone.