[S1E6] Love And Death [PATCHED]
As it turns out, all the deceased committed suicide together because no one rung their love alarm. With each of the victims between 20-30 years old, this comes as a big blow to the credibility of the app, as our characters deliberate over what to do next.
[S1E6] Love and Death
As she eventually does meet up with Sun-Oh again in the streets and things get emotional, she activates the shield on her phone, preventing any notifications from going off on her crushes. In a strange twist of fate, it turns out Duk-Gu is one of the key developers for Love Alarm, the boy who no one loved or cared about except Jojo. Deleting the solitary group photo on his phone, he turns off his computer, sits on the edge of his window and stares at the city below. With one final glance out at the horizon, he jumps.
Whether it's finding love, grieving the loss of what's left behind, or forming new friendships, 1883 Season 1 Episode 6 shows that this experience will profoundly affect everyone whether they realize it or not.
It didn't help matters when she got her period. Surely, a part of her hoped to have something left to cling to from her first love. As scary as it would be to raise a child without him, holding onto him in that way would keep him alive in some way.
Shea: I know how you feel. A lot of people are going to tell you that. Whether it's truth or not, I don't know. But I know it's true when I say it. I've sat right where you're sittin', thinkin' the same thing. Thinkin' I don't want to live without them. Don't see the point. Still do most days. But here I am, livin' without 'em.Elsa: Why?Shea: Well, my reasons be different than yours. I don't have anyone left who loves me. You do. I'll tell you a secret. I'll tell you why I'm still suckin' air today. I'm headin' to the ocean.Elsa: The ocean?Shea: An Apache scout told me once when you love somebody, you trade souls with 'em. They get a piece of yours; you get a piece of theirs. But when your love dies, a little piece of you dies with 'em. That's why you hurt so bad. But that little piece of him is still inside you, and he can use your eyes to see the world. So, I'm takin' my wife to the ocean, and I'm gonna sit on the beach and let her see it. That was her dream. And I'm gonna see her. That's my dream. In the meantime, the herd could sure use its cowgirl.
There is even a new cowboy with the group, and he was friends with Ennis. We don't need Elsa to always be in love, but we need her to be the beacon of hope for the wagon train. And if that means she gets back to flirting, then so be it.
Shea said that everyone who loves him is gone from this earth, but it looks like by putting himself out there with Elsa, the two will form a loving relationship. The more love there is in the world, the better. It doesn't come easily, but these two souls found each other as much as Elsa found Ennis.
We could see that coming, of course. Neomi hasn't been shy about it. But Thomas was scared for many reasons. Neomi didn't have time for that. She knew what she wanted and read the signs well. Thomas loves her.
Neomi: Why did you buy me this?Thomas: Well, if I looked like you, I figure I'd stare at myself every chance I got.Neomi: This is a present.Thomas: Yes, it is.Neomi: You won't marry me. You won't love me. But you'll buy me gifts?Thomas: You're sad and scared. You have every right to be. If I can give ya somethin' that will make you happy and protect you, I don't see the harm in it.Neomi: You want me happy.Thomas: Of course, I do.Neomi: You want me to feel safe.Thomas: Yes, mam.Neomi: That's love. Me letting you take care of me is not fear. It's loving you back. [she removes her dress] Do I look scared to you? [kneels before him] I'm not the scared one. You are. [they kiss]
Their love is fresh and earnest, much like with Elsa and Ennis had. The extreme conditions the travelers endure push them together. They have to lean on one another or perish. But that doesn't always mean the going is easy.
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"Rick Potion #9" is the sixth episode of Rick and Morty. It premiered on Adult Swim on January 27, 2014, was written by Justin Roiland, and directed by Stephen Sandoval. In the episode, a love potion goes wrong, creating a virus that begins to infect the entire world population, making everyone fall in love with Morty. The episode received critical acclaim, receiving praise for its story, subplot, and ending. It was seen by 1.7 million viewers at first airing. The title of the episode is in reference to the 1959 song "Love Potion No. 9" by the Clovers.
Morty has a long-term crush on Jessica, a teenage girl at his school. On the night of the Flu Season Dance at his school, his desire leads him to ask Rick for a love serum, and Rick acquiesces, giving him a serum derived from vole hormones. Upon Morty giving Jessica (who, unbeknownst to Morty, has the flu) the serum, it latches onto the flu virus and goes airborne, spreading through the entire planet in a matter of minutes and causing every person not directly related to Morty to fall in love with him. Only Morty's relatives, including Rick, are unaffected. In an attempt to counteract the DNA used in the original serum, Rick makes an antidote from mantis DNA, but the serum fails, instead causing the world's population to mutate into monstrous mantis-people, all of whom want to eat Morty after mating with him.
Hiding from the infected population in the desert, Rick makes a third serum to undo all the previous ones. But as the serum was amalgamated from various DNA sources, it only further mutates the world's population into barely humanoid blobs. Morty angrily blames Rick for causing the disaster, although Rick points out that the situation occurred because Morty wanted to "roofie" Jessica. Dubbing the monstrosities "Cronenbergs" (a reference to famous director of body horror films David Cronenberg), Rick decides the situation is beyond repair. Rather than attempt to fix the world, he scans the multiverse to find another universe nearly identical to their own in which alternate versions of himself and Morty managed to find a solution and avert the mutation pandemic, but perished soon after. Rick and Morty enter the new reality (Dimension C-131), bury their alternate selves in the backyard and quietly assume their place. The episode ends with Morty visibly traumatized by the transpired events and his counterpart's gruesome death, set to the song "Look on Down from the Bridge" by Mazzy Star.
Justin Roiland has called this his favorite episode of the first half of the first season, both because he thought it was paced well, and due to the fact that he loved how insane it got in the end.
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Margaret's mother is on her deathbed and asks for her daughter's forgiveness. Margaret launches into some speech on her favorite topic, religion; I kind of tuned her out because all I heard was blah, blah, blah.
Eliza has found out that Henry was investigating a forgery operation when he was killed, his death staged to look natural. Now a witness has been killed: the forger Nathaniel, conscripted into the operation against his will. The policeman guarding him in the hospital was drugged through his cup of tea.
Violence: Characters use gun violence to kill monsters. A character is covered in blood after surgery. Jerry beats Daven, who transformed into a monster, to death with a crowbar. Jerry runs a number of monsters down with his car and brutally cuts them down with a sword as Beth shoots the human monster hybrids down with a shotgun. 041b061a72