Just as a new school year begins, Murray and Erica's family tradition of spending the first Saturday together roller-skating is in jeopardy since Erica has turned into a moody teenager and believes the activity is juvenile. Once at the rink, things take a turn for the worse that neither father nor daughter could have foreseen. Meanwhile, Beverly takes Adam shopping for new school clothes and is dismayed when Pops has other plans.
Kayla was only keeping the job to keep her dad happy, which in itself should indicate that she loves him --enough to keep a job she hates so that she can spend time with him. Percy's need to control his daughter's life makes him seem very insecure and, honestly, a lousy friend to Timmy.
Just as a new school year begins, Murray and Erica's family tradition of spending the first Saturday together roller-skating is in jeopardy since Erica has turned into a moody teenager and believes the activity is juvenile. Once at the rink, things take a turn for the worst that neither father nor daughter could have foreseen, and Murray is left wishing he hadn't asked about his daughter's life. Meanwhile, Beverly looks forward to taking Adam shopping for new school clothes and is dismayed when Pops has other plans.
As Christmas Day progresses and the sisters joyfully play the piano, Isabel walks downstairs and asks if she could be alone with her four daughters. She tells them she is dying, but she has a secret to tell.
Her secret is a shock to the sisters; Isabel tells the story of when they were young and she met someone, and every time she met this stranger hours would pass quickly. Isabel kept making excuses to meet him again and again and she was living two separate lives. At one point, Isabel was going to leave the family but she saw her daughters and her husband while the rain poured and changed her mind. She asks her daughters if she could bring that man to her and then she collapses.
Mateo asks Esther what their mother said and she half tells the truth, explaining that her mother described her happy life. This forces Esther to go upstairs and tell Juan to leave Valentina. Esther does not want the same regrets as her mother. As they argue, Esther slaps Juan and then kisses him and then reveals that Lorena is her daughter. Valentina heard everything outside of the room.
They pass a church that's being demolished, and Offred recognizes it as her dad's parish, the place where her daughter was baptized. \"They took down St. Patrick's in New York City,\" Ofglen remarks. \"Blew it up and dumped every stone in the Hudson River.\" They're destroying artifacts of the civilization that came before.
The Roman patriarch's business along a dark country road wasn't resolved in the first few minutes of Tuesday night's (Sept. 20) episode. Viewers just learn that the police are onto him, and then we travel back to a time when Dottie Cantrell Roman (Susan Sarandon) has just died by suicide. It was actually assisted suicide, as her daughter Nicky (Anna Friel) helped, but no one except the other daughter Gigi (Beth Ditto) knows that. They fight about it, but eventually find something resembling trust.
Hotel Portofino opens this week with a surprising reveal. Hotel proprietress Bella and her husband Cecil have engaged in some marital activity the night before. While Mr. Ainsworth seems quite pleased with their evening of passion and assumes all is forgiven, Bella is irritable and has misgivings about what, on her part, was a moment of weakness. Their pillow talk turns to money and the family's lack thereof. In what sounds like an oft-debated point between the couple, Cecil lobbies for Bella to hit her wealthy daddy up for the funds they need. Though he's rolling in the dough, Bella is hesitant to ask her father for more since he has generously loaned her the money to bankroll her hotel.
Danioni wastes no time in worming his way into the Ainsworths' affairs. When Cecil invites him to the hotel for refreshments that day, Vincenzo suggests a traditional afternoon tea service marketed to the locals would be a good moneymaker. He even offers to steer some customers from the council their way. Initially, Bella rejects this idea since it's coming from a man who threatened to blackmail her. However, long-term guest Count Carlo Albani (Daniele Pecco) confides she should probably tolerate him because he'll make trouble. Bella understands this more than he knows and agrees. Was there a twinkle in Alabani's eye when he suggested working with Bella's daughter, Alice, on the menu
But enough about the shady dealings of Fascist thugs. Let's move on to the complicated love life of Lucian Ainsworth. It almost feels like a game of Shag, Marry, Avoid (because the girl you fancy isn't in the suitable social class). Young Mr. Ainsworth seems to be genuinely trying his best to seal the deal with Rose Drummond-Ward. Alas, a few obstacles stand in his way. First, Rose's mother is ever-present, always smirking, judging, and undermining her daughter's confidence. Their trip to the beach for an art lesson is a disaster when Rose gets paint on her silk blouse (which Julia insisted she change into, of course). The young lady struggles to cope with this minor blunder, forcing both mother and daughter to leave the beach immediately.
HONORABLE MENTION: Thirtsy Girl's Mom: She's shameless and kind of gross, but both take nerve so hat's off to her for pimping out her daughter so brazenly centuries before Toddlers and Tiaras.
\"The Original\"While working one day on the ranch, Peter discovers a photograph buried in the ground next to a paddock. He takes it home with him and obsessively wonders about where the picture was taken. He shows it to his daughter, but she says she doesn't see anything. The next morning, Dolores finds that her father has been awake all night looking at the photograph. He tells her that he had a question that he's not supposed to ask which gave him an answer that he's not supposed to know. He tells her that she should leave and that all of the devils from hell are with them there. He whispers something into Dolores' ear. Dolores later reports that he whispered, \"These violent delights have violent ends\". This is one of Friar Lawrence's lines from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.
Dolores Abernathy is his daughter and the apple of his eye. One of his prime drives is her protection and he regards her as the single greatest reason for his turning his life around. His desire to protect her is only strengthened after the Reveries and the discovery of a photo from the outside world affects his programming. His prior personas merging with his current to create an epically vengeful desire to set her free and kill all the \"gods\" who are torturing her.
Although we do not see them interact until S2, we know from Dolores that Peter and Teddys' relationship is not as genial as she might wish, with Dolores noting that her father 'still' won't be happy to see him back hanging around his daughter. Teddy noting that getting her home late is likely to have Peter after him with a shotgun. Her virtue evidently also something Peter is keen to protect.
At Floki's home, where the crew for the journey to the West assembles the shipwright is waiting for the anchor to be delivered by the blacksmith. As a ransom, he was given a lock of the hair of the blacksmith's daughter. When the Norsemen are preparing to leave, Rollo secretly rapes Floki's slave girl before they depart for England.
In Kattegat, the blacksmith who forged the anchor of Ragnar's ship is confronted by Earl Haraldson and his men. At first he denies forging any anchor, but when Svein is about to seize his daughter, he gives in. Earl Haraldson orders him to look at the flames in the firepit and asks what he sees. When the blacksmith answers he sees his death, Svein pushes his face in the fire despite the blacksmith's daughter pleading to leave her father be.
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In lieu of waiting at the office, Hayley requests to join her father in court. Mickey agrees but gets very nervous about it. His daughter has never seen him at trial before. While Hayley is in the restroom, Mickey confides in Izzy telling her that a year ago, he would have used pills to calm his nerves. She understands.
Clearly, Officer Grainger made up the assault charge and thought Mickey was about to prove that he lied. Terrell thanks Mickey and is thrilled to be able to go home and see his daughter. When Terrell comments on the damning video, Mickey tells him there was only music on the flash drive. Mickey told the truth about their being a camera across the street, but he never actually said he obtained the footage.
Hopper's relationship with Eleven was a tumultuous reckoning for him, given how he lost his own daughter before she could grow up to be Eleven's age. Since Morse code featured so heavily on this season, several people on the \"Stranger Things\" subreddit picked up on the knock he created for their signal having added meaning. 59ce067264