Episode Essays

  • Episode Of Hands

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    Episode of Hands The unexpected interest made him flush. Suddenly he seemed to forget the pain,- Consented,-and held out One finger from the others. The gash was bleeding, and a shaft of sun That glittered in and out among the wheels, Fell lightly, warmly, down into the wound. And as the fingers of the factory owner's son, That knew a grip for books and tennis As well as one for iron and leather,- As his taut, spare fingers wound the gauze Around

  • The Entertainment Value of a Buffy the Vampire Episode

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    In this essay I ultimately want to address the musical episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, "Once More with Feeling" (season 6, episode 7). However, I do not want to look at this episode in isolation from the remainder of the Buffy franchise but rather argue that it exemplifies a certain entertainment strategy that courses through the Buffyverse. Now it seems to me that entertainment is either too often denigrated as a specific ideological formation that produces negative effects of audience passivity

  • An Episode of Moonlight by Trevor Munson and Ron Koslow

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    different episodes. The entire television series was about the immortal private detective Mick St. John that uses his keen senses of the vampire to solve difficult case to help the victims rather than sucking their blood. Mick was turned to a vampire 60 years ago by his wife Coraline when she bites him. Even through now Mick has the body of immortality, and he was always young but he always wanted to be a real human instead of a vampire. My favorite episode of this television series was episode twelve

  • The Television Episode Barbie Life in the Dream House

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    parties and her friends are American girls not a crazy mouse or any other talking animal. Her description makes it sound like the perfect example to American girls, however, the television episode Barbie Life in the Dream House portrays an unrealistic life, a false idea of beauty, lifestyle and relationships. The episode begins with a beautiful camera shot of the Barbie “Hollywood” sign while a happy summer song plays on the background. The camera angle focus on a single pink convertible driving through

  • Comparing the Personality of Matt Dillon throughout Three Episodes of Gun Smoke

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    In this essay I am going to compare the personality of Matt Dillon throughout three episodes of Gun Smoke. Matt Dillon is the sheriff of Dodge City and throughout these three episodes, with the help of this trustee companion Chester (The Deputy), he is able maintain the law and keep peace in the turbulent town of Dodge City. Matt Dillon right from the start of "Loch invar" demonstrates that he has a rough hard personality. With his harsh quick responses to whomever he meets, to some extent makes

  • Star Wars Episode 2 Essay

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    “Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones” Star Wars is a testament to film excellence. The original trilogy was released and the world went nuts over the science fiction universe that George Lucas had created. Then came the prequels that did not receive as much admiration as the original trilogy. “Clones” falls into the prequel category. This movie sets up a young Jedi’s fall to darkness through emotions such as love and anger (which are prohibited within the jedi order). While mostly negative

  • Prequel To Episode IV: A New Hope

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    I love the Star Wars movies. One of my earliest memories as a child was watching Episode IV: A New Hope over and over again. The first movie I ever saw in theaters was episode one, but me and my father walked out after the pod racing scene. Just like most fans, I think the prequels suck. It's hard for me to pick which one's my favorite. Each one of the originals has something I like like them, but if I had to pick it would be Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. For a longest time, Empire Strikes Back

  • Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

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    away....Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace began. In 1999 an American epic space opera, film was released to the public. It became the highest-grossing film of 1999, the highest-grossing Star Wars film, and is currently one of the highest-grossing films in North America. The filmed is loved by people of all ages and continues it's saga today. Everyone should watch the Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace because it has a cutting edge cast, props and effects. "Star Wars Episode I is based upon

  • Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens

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    Star Wars super fan, Max Mezrah, recently had the experience of a lifetime; he travelled to London for the premiere of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. He later went to Paris to watch the film again. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens was one of the most highly anticipated releases of 2015. The 2 hour and 16 minute film released on December 18 made a whopping $248M on opening weekend. It has now grossed $1,766,587,937 worldwide. “Star Wars was, at the time, a cultural revolution

  • Star Wars: Episode IV-A New Hope

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    even mythological and historical figures and events. For instance, George Lucas’s Star Wars films are a pastiche of various other films, and they also serve as a cache of inspiration for future filmmakers. When the first Star Wars film, Star Wars: Episode IV- A New Hope, was released in 1977, the film industry had little direction because of the influence of big businesses and Wall Street along with the disintegration of the Motion Picture Production Code. In fact, Star Wars was one of the films that

  • Kugelmass Episode

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    identified in this essay. Cheating was the core plot of “The Kugelmass Episode”, by Alan Konisberg. Cheating itself can be defined as an emotional affair between two individuals. Cheating in relationships is done for different reasons and is not limited to the male or female in a relationship. The aftereffects of cheating my also physiologically damage an individual. Cheating is the social issue identified in “The Kugelmass Episode”, by Alan Konisberg. Cheating is defined as infidelity, emotional affair

  • Star Wars Episode Iv A New Hope Essay

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    industry began to strive of the usage of television and its ability to presell films while reducing the possibility of losing tons of money on films. Producers began to shift genres and venture outside of the box. This set up George Lucas’s Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope to be a huge blockbuster. It took the audience’s desire and passion for technology and heroism to the next level. A shift from the traditional American West to the galaxy and beyond, “Americans were no longer willing to follow the lone

  • Bipolar Disorder and the Creative Genius

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    creativity and manic depression have been uncovered, leaving scientists to deal with yet another puzzling aspect of the psychopathology. (5) Patients with bipolar disorder swing between major depressive, mixed, hypomanic, and manic episodes. (1-9) A major depressive episode is when the patient has either a depressed mood or a loss of interest/pleasure in normal activities for a minimum of two weeks. Specifically, the patient should have (mostly): depressed mood for most of the day, nearly every day;

  • The Finn Episode in Beowulf

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    up with most of his army being defeated. However, Finn ends up killing Hnaef the leader of the Danes. Hengest, successor to Hnaef, makes peace with Finn and the rest of the Danes end up living with the Frisian people. An important part of this episode to note is that the wife of Finn, Hildeburh, is also the sister of Hnaef. Hnaef and Hildeburh’s son were both killed in battle and their burial is described in grotesque detail. A member of the Frisian tribe gives a sword to Hengest who has long

  • Aziz Ansari's Accomplishments

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    night I happened to watch an episode of Aziz Ansari’s original Netflix show Master of None. The show is about a first generation, 30-something year old Indian-American man named Dev, played by Aziz Ansari, who experiences the daily trials and tribulations of being an Indian man in modern day New York. Luckily for me, it just so happens to be that the episode I watched last night directly correlates to the topic and poem that I am writing about right now. In the episode, titled Religion, Dev is coerced

  • manic depression

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    half million Americans suffer from manic depressive illness. Also called bipolar disorder, this mental illness involves episodes in which a persons mood alternates between extreme mania and depression. A person may experience pressure and racing thoughts and speech, and often uncontrolled reckless behavior. Two thirds of those who suffer from bipolar illness have numerous episodes of recurrences of alternating phases. Most people suffering from manic depressive illness experience extreme cases of up

  • Chrisley Knows Best: Show Analysis

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    Time. Unlike Keeping Up with the Kardashians, the show has a shorter runtime of just thirty minutes, with a little over twenty-one minutes of actual show time, when excluding commercials. The particular episode that I’m going to analyze is the eighteenth episode of the fourth season. The episode originally aired on September 20, 2016. Chrisley Knows Best has a very unique cast of characters. The show centers around successful realtor Todd Chrisley and his family. This includes

  • The Western Lawman

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    Dillon portrays many societal roles as he is faced with perplexing situations. Through three episodes of Gunskmoke, the reoccurring theme is that Matt Dillon is the law, the judge, and often the jury. The rise of the west needed a figure of authority and Matt Dillon was that symbol. He was the first person the lawbreakers saw and also the last they wanted to meet. Yeah, weve met Throughout the three episodes of Gunsmoke it can be seen that Dillon is a very knowledgeable person. When a towns person

  • Bipolar Dissorder: A Brief Summary

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    population in the United States. Bipolar disorder involves feelings of mania and depression. Which is where individuals with manic episodes experience a period of depression. The depression episodes are characterized by a persistent sadness, almost inability to move, hopelessness, and disturbances in appetite, sleep, in concentration, and driving. The manic episodes are characterized by elevated or irritable mood, increased energy, decreased need for sleep, poor judgment and insight, and often reckless

  • Crystal Meth In Breaking Bad

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    I used the television show Breaking Bad for my analysis for SDVL due to being a show revolving around making crystal meth. The episode I chose to analyze is season 4 episode 1 “boxer cutter”. The rating of Breaking Bad is TV-14 which, I found surprising since this exposes the extensive use of drugs such as crystal meth with mediocre violence that occurs. The language is usually moderate, mainly used by one the main characters Jesse since he is a hotheaded young adult. Sex isn’t really shown during