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HBC Announcer: Now, get ready for Canada's hottest action stars. Terrance and Phillip in the HBC Movie of the Week, Not Without My Anus, based on a true story.
[Canadian Courthouse - 10:18 A.M.]
Scott: Ladies and gentlemen, before you today sits a murderer. On the night in question, this monster entered the home of Dr. Jeffrey O'Dwyer, and struck him repeatedly in the head with this hammer. That monster is sitting right over there, and his name is Terrance.
Phillip: Uh, Terrance, you farted in court.
Terrance: Yes Phillip, I'm making a case for our defense.
Scott: All of these things link Terrance to the murder: hair fibers, blood samples, nail clippings, a piece of his shirt
Scott: A watch with his initials on it, a day planner with the murder scheduled, a haiku called "Time to Kill Dr. Jeffrey O'Dwyer." "Dr. O'Dwyer, time to have your head smashed in, with my new hammer." Terrance, you may be a famous surgeon, but you're not God. Je accuse Terrance.
Terrance: Would you like a monkey claw Phillip?
Phillip: Yes please.
Terrance: That's called the monkey claw cause it feels like my colon is being ripped apart by a thousand monkeys.
Phillip: The monkey claw is smelly.
The Judge hammers her gavel.
Judge: Come on, get a move-on, I ain't getting a younger up here.
Phillip: My sentiments exactly Your Honor. I see from your accent that you're Southern Canadian.
Judge: That is correct.
Phillip: Good people of the jury, my client Terrance is an innocent man.
Terrance: Oh ho, Phillip, now you farted during the closing argument.
Phillip: I have, haven't I Terrance.
Scott: Your Honor, the defense is trying to make a mockery of this court. They think farts are funny, but they're not.
Phillip: Good people of the jury, my client Terrance is no more a murderer than you or me. He loves puppies and hates mean things. Would a murderer go to the zoo and feed animals like this?
Phillip shows the jury of Terrance with a llama.
Phillip: Of course not. So, in summation, find Terrance innocent, or else he'll kill you.
Phillip: Just kidding. The defense rests.
Terrance pounds his fist on the table as he laughs uncontrollably.
In this essay, the author
Opines that the shocking truth about eric cartman's lineage will not be seen tonight.
Introduces terrance and phillip in the hbc movie of the week, not without my anus, based on a true story.
Narrates how a monster entered dr. jeffrey o'dwyer's home and struck him repeatedly in the head with this hammer. terrance is sitting right over there.
Explains that all of these things link terrance to the murder: hair fibers, blood samples, nail clippings and a piece of his shirt.
Narrates scott's haiku, "time to kill dr. jeffrey o'dwyer, time to have your head smashed in, with my new hammer."
Describes the monkey claw, which feels like their colon is being ripped apart by a thousand monkeys.
Opines that phillip's sentiments are exactly your honor. i see from your accent that you're southern canadian.
Explains that the defense is trying to make a mockery of this court. they think farts are funny, but they're not.
Opines that their client terrance is no more a murderer than you or me. he loves puppies and hates mean things.
Recommends finding terrance innocent, or else he'll kill you.
Opines that you're going to have to repeat that verdict since we had some flatulence issues.
Opines that scott is going to see to it that you both pay for what you've done.
Opines that fart jokes are the lowest form of comedy.
Opines that they have hated each other since they can remember. they wish they both had cancer.
Describes the reasons why scott always convicts phillip of murder. he does it every week.
Opines that saddam is someone who can help you if you help him.
Opines that it sounds like a fair trade, doesn't it? super, let's start.
Opines that if they can't see how horribly disfigured you are, they'll want to sleep with you.
Describes terrance's request for kroff dinner. would you like some?
Opines that they'll never get to their kroff dinner.
Opines that terrance, who's sally?
Opines that their little sally is being held captive in iran, and they will have to go and find her.
Explains that kroff dinner is a friend in need.
Explains that phillip and i are going to iran to find her, but we may never return.
Opines that people seem to like it. they even have a date this friday.
Opines that they're going to help their friend find his daughter.
Asks terrance, if i die while in iran, please bring my body back to canada, and bury me with a side of kroff dinner.
Opines that canada stands on guard for the true north from far and wide. god keep our land glorious and free!
Asks saddam that his buddies and i are ready to come to canada. has everything been arranged?
Opines that everything's proceeding according to plan. now, when terrance and phillip arrive, they'll be ripped into pieces and shot several times.
Opines that roger red dragon, scott out, and i've got you now fart lovers.
Opines that phillip and his daughter are unwelcome strangers who don't speak the language and have no idea where to be.
Opines that terrance is here to save sally from their smelly iranian captors.
Opines that now that they have their bastard daughter back, they feel like asking celine dion to marry them again.
Opines that celine brought their daughter sally back, and they want to tell you that...
Opines that celine dion has slept with ugly bob.
Opines that celine dion's heinous ugly husband is pregnant with his child.
Opines that saddam helped them get rid of terrance and phillip, but why are framed pictures of you going up all over canada?
Opines that they're not supposed to be in iran looking for their kidnapped.
Opines that scott hates terrance and phillip more than ever. they abhor them both.
Opines that saddam is taking over canada, but he needs a rest. he's not hiding bombs.
Explains that they're giving them three years to clear their forces out of canada and then bombing iran.
Explains saddam's plan to take over canada, the u.s., europe, china, newfoundland, and the world.
Opines that scott promised them they'd be gone for good. that was his part of the bargain.
Explains that we can get satellite feed from the u.s. and watch all their stupid tv shows.
Opines that scott unleashed a monster unto canada and only you can get rid of him, even though i hate you and i wish you had cancer.
Opines that scott and scott are the most annoying dicks in canada. they give other canadians a bad name and if i had my way.
Opines that scott, son of a bitch, will get you if it's the last thing he wants.
Opines that if you want to save canada, you'll meet scott at karl's kroff dinner restaurant in half-an-hour.
Opines that celine dion's ugly bob is so wretchedly ugly.
Opines that we can only hope, as long as you keep that bag on your head.
Introduces themselves as saddam, a big fan of polo. they've been searching for celine dion.
Explains that their friends call them ugly bob because they have the features of a deformed burn victim.
Explains that they will officially turn the candian flag over to their iranian one at a candian football game tomorrow.
Advises saddam to take a load off. don't think about it. look over here.
Opines that saddam needs celine dion to sing the iranian national anthem at the game, to finalize his hostile takeover of canada.
Describes scott's metaphor for a kind of search that can't be described.
Describes the iraqi dictator who is quietly and slowly taking over canada.
Explains that scott brought the iraqis back with him on his plane, when he rescued his kidnapped daughter.
Opines that saddam's takeover of canada will be his only chance at wiping them out.
Opines that saddam's minions are a bomb. they must sacrifice their lives to take them out.
Opines that canada will be rid of both the iraqis and your immature fart humor when the dust settles.
Opines that this bomb will blow us both to smithereens, but only our deaths can bring canada life.
Opines that the rough-riders are outmatched by the roughriders.
Announces the half-time show, saddam and the electric iraqis, and a salute to hostile takeovers.
Describes saddam's advice to canadians: relax, put your feet up, 'cause those dogs are barking.
Announces that canada will now be known as new baghdad.
Opines that saddam will bow down to me as his ruler and obey my laws or be killed.
Opines that saddam will sing the iraqi national anthem or be stabbed in the head.
Explains that another kicks him in the ass, while yet another jumps up and down on the corpse.
Opines that scott's criticism saved canada by farting.
Describes the reasons why canadians stand on guard for the true north, their home and native land.
Describes cartman's father and the new south park in just a few weeks.
Asks judge foreperson if she has reached a verdict in terrance's murder of dr. jeffrey o'dwyer.
Opines that only kroff dinner can calm their nerves after a long day.
Opines that farts are a sophisticated form of comedy, but they're not. saddam: i would help you get rid of them once and for all.
Analyzes how ugly bob's face looks like someone tried to put out forest fire with a screwdriver.
Asks, why don't you put this paper bag over your head ugly bob?
Opines that they must take their bastard daughter back to celine dion and see what she has to say.
Opines that scott doesn't need a rest because he wants to know what this is all about. saddam is just making it so that terrance and phillip can never come back to canada again.
Opines that saddam hussein has signed an agreement to let the u.s. inspect his military operations.
had no idea of the evils that dwelled upon the grounds. Dr. Bledsoe, the head
In this essay, the author
Explains that he had to act the exact opposite of an educated man.
Analyzes how mocked by having to recite a speech he was to memorize, which showed the total mockery.
Explains that it's a symbol of what exists because no one bothers to do anything about it.
Explains that the man with no name is instructed to go to work for the summer to earn money.
Narrates how he gets a job at the factory where they make paint.
Narrates how the man with no name awakes in some kind of hospital to find he has cancer.
Narrates how he wakes to stumble out into the street to be discovered by mary, a kind.
Describes people who go out of their way to help those less fortunate.
Opines that ras does not believe that white and black are the same.
Describes the reasons for the man to be moved out of harlem for a short time.
Narrates how clifton was shot and killed after an argument with a cop.
Analyzes the flaws of the hero out of a traitor.
Opines that it is so common for people not to look at the inner abilities of a person.
Opines that he was a strong character in the sense that through all of it.
Analyzes how the man's actions go hand in hand with his words to make him desired.
Narrates how norton felt that the college was doing all the good that could be done. he had no idea of the evils that dwelled upon the grounds.
Analyzes how the driver obliged norton to meet an incestuous man at his college. norton was dumbfounded, he had no idea something like this could happen.
Opines that someone has to be blamed for what happened. this marks the end of the man with no beginning.
Opines that brockway believes he is a self-made genius due to his contribution to building the basement.
Explains that brockway is willing to kill to keep his position. it's his only reason to exist and he doesn't want anyone to take it from him.
Narrates how a man escapes by running along the roof tops of evicting men. a man who heard his speech offers him the job of speaker.
Opines that the speaker's gift of speech is a double-edged sword and will lead to his being used and eventually discarded.
Describes how the pig is trained and groomed to be sent to slaughter. he meets ras the exhorter, who wants to lead a violent revolution of harlem
Narrates how an interview with a news paper reporter leads the man with no name to be put on trial by the brotherhood.
Opines that the invisible man was named for one simple reason. his journey has led to a turn that passed through hell itself.
Opines that the character was trusting, which may be a good trait, but it could get you into trouble.
Analyzes how the invisible man has many ties with reality in the sense that it shows how cruel and brutal life can be. the main character worked hard to get into school only to have it taken away from him.
Opines that they took him in as one of their own and made it seem like they were working for the same goals they he was.
Martha Jones returns to the Master’s lair a couple hours before the specified time when everyone would say the Doctor’s name. When...
In this essay, the author
Analyzes how doctor who communicates the story of a mysterious character named the doctor. he is an alien who has assumed the body of an human and is capable of traveling in time.
Analyzes how in episode 14 of season 3, the doctor confronts the master, a time lord who has enslaved the earth with his superior technology and telepathic control network. the doctor and his companion, martha jones, are caught and taken captive.
Analyzes how the telepathic control network is symbolic of the sins and wrong teachings that plague the majority of humanity.
Analyzes how martha jones went about the world with minimal supplies and instructions from the doctor to heal the people from mindlessness that was come about from them being under telepathic control.
Analyzes how the master continues his torture of the doctor until he is almost dead, similar to the passion of jesus christ in the gospel of mark.
Analyzes how the doctor's compassion gave him the capacity to sacrifice himself for the good of mankind.
Poor old man was not thinking that the man would lie to him, the man looked too great to be a liar. Drioli just went and the doctor took his skin off and put him to death.
In this essay, the author
Opines that drioli's death is based on the fact that the man lied about the hotel and everything he offered to him.
Narrates how drioli and the art gallery owner left the gallery, instead of going to dinner, but the man led him to the place to take his skin off and kill him. he didn't know he was being fooled.
Explains that drioli is living somewhere in heaven, where everyone prayed that there would be attractive girls to manicure his nails and a maid to bring him breakfast in the morning.
Analyzes how people didn't value drioli as much as they valued the tattoo on his back. someone in the art gallery murmured that he should not sell the painting at that price, it worth twenty times more.
Opines that drioli is currently living in heaven where everyone is praying that there will be attractive girls to manicure his nails and a maid to bring him breakfast in the morning. the art gallery owner lied about everything to him except the fact that he had let the doctor or someone take his skin out for that precious painting
“We’re going to put him on trial, Gerardo, this doctor. Right here. Today. You and me.” (p.26) This is a quote from the play Death and the Maiden by Ariel Dorfman. The play is set in Chile, just after the dictatorship. However, although this is somewhat important to the story, it is not the main focus of the play. The play actually focuses on a women named Paulina who captures a man claiming he was a doctor who had tortured and raped her in the past. However, the man, whose name is Roberto, claims that he is not the doctor. This is essentially the whole play, except for at the end, it leaves us on a cliff hanger. The play never actually says if Paulina let Roberto free or killed him. If I were to come up with my own ending, I would say Paulina
In this essay, the author
Analyzes how the play, death and the maiden by ariel dorfman, focuses on paulina who captures a man claiming he was tortured and raped her in the past.
Analyzes how paulina kills roberto at the end of the book because she wants to get rid of bad memories of her past and live a normal life.
Opines that paulina shot roberto because she couldn't be at a schubert concert unless she had gotten closure the night she captured him.
Opines that paulina was responsible for roberto's death, because he had never truly confessed.
Opines that the flaws in their relationship were big enough that something would outweigh their love for each other. gerardo would most likely go to authorities to tell them about paulina shooting roberto.
Analyzes how gerardo is an illusion of paulina's imagination when she is at the opera. she killed roberto to forget her memories of the past.
In the beginning Margret Laurence, writer and cigarette smoker extraordinaire, was not going to name her book The Stone Angel, and was going to give it a different title instead. However, this book's current title is perhaps one of the most significant, and well chosen, titles a book could have.
In this essay, the author
Opines that margret laurence's stone angel is one of the most significant and well-chosen titles a book could have.
Analyzes how the stone angel is a symbol of utmost importance to the story. it is bought by hagar shipley's father, jason, as tribute to his late wife.
Analyzes how hagar realizes that everyone ends up the same, including her two families. the physical stone represents more than just her mother and the currie family's wealth, it represents the shipley family.
Analyzes how hagar is blind to much of what she experiences, constantly mistaking the truth. she has two sons, marvin and john, and is ignorant to the feelings and thoughts of others.
Analyzes how hagar, like the stone angel, spends her life looking down on manawaka and its residents, believing herself to be more important and above the rest.
Analyzes how hagar marries brampton shipley, not out of feeling at first, but with the intent to change him for the better.
Analyzes how the stone angel ages in the manawaka graveyard, its exterior becoming rough and dirty, but its stance never changing. hagar's stoney personality stays the same to her dying day, she will bend for no one, accept no ones help.
the light on every side of Dr. Iannis, helping us to make up our mind
In this essay, the author
Analyzes how louis de bernières' novel captain corelli's mandolin introduces dr. iannis, one of the most important characters in the book.
Analyzes how dr. iannis is a very educated man and that most people respect him due to his superiority. he likes to impress people, especially if they are his patients.
Analyzes how the auditory impediment helps the doctor to create some mystery around his work and knowledge and makes him a moreinteresting person in the eyes of stamatis and his wife.
Analyzes how the narrative style plays an important role in introducing dr. iannis to his patients.
Analyzes how stamatis can't find the correct way to express himself due to the lack of proper education and his wife isashamed of it.
Analyzes how the style of narration is aninterlace between the thoughts of the omniscient narrator and thethoughts of dr. iannis. the images and classical allusions that uses in this chapter are important in presenting the new character to the readers.
Explains that dr. iannis is writing a book about cephallonia, where he lives, and feels an intimate connection growing between him and the island.
Analyzes how dr. iannis feels free to express all of his feelings about cephallonia. he criticizes theisland and its people.
Analyzes how dr. iannis talks about greek mythology, and the metaphors and alliterations that he uses creates an image.
Describes cephallonia as a magical and mysterious place. each image of the island is more overwhelmingly beautiful than the previous.
Analyzes how dr. iannis emphasizes all the different sides of his character.
Analyzes how uses a lot of different factors to present the character to us the best way possible.
Blood was found on Bikerman’s shirt, but according to his statement, which a student on the team confirms; Bikerman cut his hand playing intermural football and wiped his hand on his shirt. Another type of evidence examined was hair. Hair samples were collected from Reveille, Reveille’s handler, Bikerman, and Maroon Flash. Evidence was also collected from Reveille’s collar, Bikerman’s shirt and bike, and Maroon Flash’s shirt and bike. Reveille’s hair was found on her collar, Bikerman’s bike, and Maroon Flash’s bike and shirt. Reveille’s handler has hair that found on her collar and Maroon Flash’s shirt. Bikerman’s hair was found on his bike and shirt. Maroon Flash’s hair was found on Reveille’s collar, his bike, and his shirt. Since his hair was found on her collar and Bikerman’s hair was not, it seems to further point to the conclusion that Maroon Flash is our criminal who hit Reveille. The last type of evidence examined was the DNA evidence from Reveille, Bikerman, Maroon Flash, spots from Reveille’s fur, Bikerman’s shirt, and Maroon Flash’s
In this essay, the author
Explains that maroon flash is the person who hit reveille while riding his bike. dna, fingerprints, blood, and hair samples were examined.
Concludes that maroon flash is the criminal who hit reveille. the dna evidence was examined using gel electrophoresis and analsis.
Explains that maroon flash was the one who hit reveille. the fingerprints on the notebook cover and pages, the similarities present in the dna evidence, and the blood evidence found on both.
On that night in Brentwood, the two murders were committed by a heartless individual who had no remorse for his victims. The scene outside Nicole's apartment was gruesome to say the least. Goldman and Brown Simpson’s blood covered the once cement-colored sidewalk. The investigators found multiple pieces of evidence at the crime scene. Most of the evidence leads directly to O.J. as the perpetrator of the two murders. Detectives collected and examined hair, blood, and small fibers (Linder). Other incriminating evidence at the site included a bloody glove and multiple shoe impressions that match the ones found in O.J. Simpson’s white Ford Bronco
In this essay, the author
Analyzes how o.j. simpson continued his attempt at innocence when he attended nicole brown simpson’s funeral services with their children. the los angeles district attorney's office was patiently waiting behind the scenes for test and lab results.
Describes the "trial of the century" in which o.j. simpson was found not guilty of murder charges.
Concludes that brian kaelin played a key role in the trail and the jury's decision to find o.j. not guilty of murder.
Analyzes how o.j. simpson's prison-written novel reveals graphic details of the crime scene that only the killer would know.
Analyzes how o.j. simpson was a star football player, lebron james of his time, but his fame and glory came crashing down when his wife and male friend were viciously killed.
Explains casarez, jean, "attorney ready to collect from o.j. simpson." cnn, cable news network.
Explains that o.j. simpson was in a broken relationship with nicole brown simpson. the couple had violent altercations and gruesome scenes.
Analyzes how o.j. simpson's life of trouble followed him after his famous case was concluded. he was jailed for armed robbery and kidnapping in las vegas.
Cites linder, douglas o., margolick, david, and mead, wendy. the simpson trial: the incriminating evidence.