Its an age-old saying, but where you have been is almost as important as where you are going and ultimately makes you who you are today. Gabrielle Hamilton has traveled the country and the world, but sometimes, its good to go back to your roots. Watch a preview
If you were bummed by a lack of Lauren in the season premiere, there's a lot more of the good doc this week. She's still a redhead, working at the diner, and going by \"Amber.\" We meet her boss, Crystal, played by the amazing Ali Liebert, and as thrilled as I am to see Liebert on \"Lost Girl,\" I'm immediately suspicious. Is she a friend A spy A potential love interest
The boys of South Park Elementary are challenged by the girls to a sledding race down Phil Collins Hill to see who the better racers are, and the boys are pretty confident that they are going to win. Cartman gets agitated though when Tolkien makes several references to his weight problem, and when he threatens to throw a rock at him if he calls him fat again, Kyle then calls Cartman a fat ass behind his back, which makes him throw the rock at Tolkien, giving him a black eye in the process, much to Kyle's shock. He is sent to Mr. Mackey's office, where he is set two weeks detention. Before they can wrap up though, two FBI agents interrupt and tell them that the rock-throwing incident is automatically being considered a hate crime because the victim was African-American and placed Eric under arrest. Cartman goes to court where the media is proclaiming it to be the hate crime trial of the century, and they practically label him a \"monster\" and a racist for calling Tolkien \"black\" in court. Cartman is found guilty of committing a hate crime, and the judge sentences him to the Alamosa Maximum Security Juvenile Hall until he is 21 and wishes to make an example of Cartman to warn against racists.
Back in Juvenile Hall, Cartman is able to sneak in for Stomper a game board but discovers Romper Stomper isn't going to help him out of jail after learning that he was just using him to sneak stuff in for him. Heartbroken, Cartman starts to cry. Seeing this, a remorseful Romper Stomper decides to help him, only because he wants to see Disneyland. Romper Stomper and Cartman later escape the jail at night and go on the run. When Romper Stomper trips, Cartman goes back to help him and they get caught by the guards. However, the guards inform Cartman that he is allowed to go free due to the Governor pardoning him. As a last gift, Romper Stomper gives him yellow buckets he always walks on as footwear.
Ryan goes to Ensenda, Mexico to take revenge on Volchok. Seth tags along, refusing to allow Ryan to ruin his life by committing murder. After leaving a coded note, Seth calls his parents, informing them of what's going on. In Mexico, Ryan tries to find Volchok but fails, while Seth tracks him down and gives Ryan false information about his whereabouts.
Isak and Even are kissing in the biology classroom, and Sana enters after a while. While sitting down, Sana receives a message from Vilde, telling her that Mari has invited them to see the bus. Afterwards, Sana receives a friend request from Yousef on Facebook. She opens her laptop, to see that he also sent her a photo. She accepts the friend request, and starts going through his photos. She lands on a photo of Yousef with Mikael, to which Isak asks who it is on the photo. Isak asks Sana if it's Mikael, and asks her how she knows him.
Bailey asks Callie for a resident to assist her in the clinic to oversee the new interns while she's working on her patient here. Callie says she can't help. The clinic is voluntary so she won't force residents to go in there with everything that's going on in here, but Bailey can have all the interns she needs.
Meredith tells Derek the timing of his page is perfect. She wants to go to an on-call room, but he wanted to go grab a bite. She reminds him: sex and mockery only. He still is going to get lunch. She tells him to meet her in the lobby at 8 PM.
Callie wants to talk to Richard, but he's drowning in paperwork about the kidnapped baby. He was planning on maybe going to see his wife, but he gets to do this instead. Callie offers to help, but he says she's helped enough for the day.
Archie asks Izzie what's going to happen to the Kristlers. Izzie says Brian's grandmother is coming. She'll probably take custody. Archie says they were his family. After 60 years on this planet, his family is a couple of drug dealers and a kid. Izzie says just because people do horrible things, it doesn't mean they're horrible people.
Mark, carrying his espresso machine, finds Meredith in the lobby and asks if she wants to get a drink. She says she's meeting someone. Mark says Derek asked him to tell her that he's stuck with a patient, so he's not going to make it. Derek is watching from a distance, unbeknownst to Meredith. She tells Mark she's not coming to Joe's. As she's on her way to the elevator, Derek calls her name and joins her.
In Episode 4.6, Luca orders two Italian assassins to murder Arthur during the events of the boxing match. This was heavily hinted at the end of Episode 4.5. One of the assassins successfully tricks Arthur into following him into the changing rooms. After Arthur searches for the man, he is ambushed and supposedly killed by asphyxiation. Tommy precedes to inform his family members that Arthur has died, before going into the ring after the fight has ended and he proclaims his brother's death to the audience. This gives Luca the impression that his plan had worked.
Dinsdag 17:54 (Tuesday 5:54pm)Yasmina, Amber, Luca, and Zoë are laughing about Amber getting Aaron to put her name in his bio. Jana joins them and she looks upset, they ask her whaat's wrong and she says that they think her mom has it. She tells them that her mom has all of the symptoms so the doctors think it's likely, so she's quarantined upstairs and her mom is downstairs and they aren't allowed to leave the house at all. Jana tells them that they are also going to be moving to New York, although now it's postponed because of the virus, and she starts crying. They tell her that they would miss her so much and she apologizes and leaves the conversation.
Donderdag 21:27 (Thursday 9:27pm)Zoë calls Jana to see how she's doing, and she says she better. They talk about her possibly moving and she says she's not even sure if it's still happening. Zoë tells her that even if she did move she wouldn't lose them, they can easily video chat with her when she's in New York. Jana asks how Zoë's been doing and she says she's glad to have Milan around, even if he is annoying. Zoë tells her that Senne called her and it went well. When she tells Jana that it ind of seemed like he was flirting Jana laughs saying his girlfriend would like that and Zoë is surprised. Jana tells her she thought she already knew, and that she shouldn't let it get to her. Zoë tells Jana that it's just weird that she didn't know and that she's going to bed and they hang up.
Zaterdag 21:43 (Saturday 9:43pm)Senne calls Zoë, and after a long time she picks up. He says that he thought he was going to miss her today and she says that she's been busy. He asks what she's been doing and she snaps at him, asking why he's calling. He says he just wanted to talk, and she says that he has someone else for that and if he doesn't have a specific reason for calling she's going to bed. He says he doesn't have anything specific, so she hangs up. He calls again but she doesn't answer.
Maandag 20:01 (Monday 8:01pm)For Sander's birthday the guys video chat. Robbe asks Milan where Zoë is and he tells him that she's going through something and can't help them celebrate.
Hershel goes along with Rick and Daryl to the meeting with The Governor. Later, he is seen talking to Milton Mamet about his amputation, and even jokes about his question regarding the leg. The two seem to form a bond of sorts because of this. When the meeting is over, he leaves with Rick and Daryl. Back at the prison when the meeting is over, Hershel privately mentions the group's sentiments about going to war with Woodbury. He and Carol think the group should leave the Prison behind and take their chances on the road to avoid any more hostility from Woodbury and The Governor, but they would go along with whatever Rick felt was best. It's then that Rick reveals the truth: the Governor asked for Michonne. Hershel stands up for Michonne, saying she earned her place. However, when asked if he would risk Maggie and Beth's lives for her, Hershel cannot counter.
Hershel is seen bandaging Rick's hand after his fight with Tyreese. He later goes into the woods with Carl to collect Herbs for the infected people. They both spot a decomposed walker as another one arrives. Once they return, Maggie tries to stop him from going inside Cell Block A to prevent him from being infected. Rick arrives and sides with Maggie. Hershel explains how they risk their lives and that he can help the sick. They both allow him to go and he goes inside and gives Caleb the herb medicine. When Caleb coughs, He spits blood into Hershel's face and Hershel himself thinks he is infected with the flu type infection. He also gives Glenn the herb medicine.
Hershel is seen in flashbacks through the episode. His main role in these flashbacks is to encourage Rick to stop going out on runs and instead begin farming at the prison and teaching Carl how to be more balanced. 59ce067264