[BHOLE] WATCH THIS IS THE END ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] With everything resolved, Picard is about to leave Riker behind to wait for his new command when Riker appears on the bridge announcing that he's remaining with the Enterprise, at least until the later movies. Picard is glad. The audience is glad. And everything goes back to normal in time for next week's episode.
TNG WTF: "Anbo-jitsu. The ultimate evolution of the martial arts". Sorry, what? The ultimate evolution involves dressing like a reject from Tron (the original) and swinging wildly using what appear to be props from Gladiators? Not exactly reflective of the harmony between body and spirit that martial arts currently aim for…
TNG LOL: A classic moment of deadpan Worf, when Data attempts to speak to him: "With... all due respect – BEGONE! ... Sir."
Also, Geordie's presumptuousness made me laugh. Wesley: "It says the Klingon's family needs to attend [the ritual]." Geordie: "So? We're his family! We'll go!". It's especially [BHOLE] WATCH THIS IS THE END ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] amusing when you see that the people he ends up with are Wesley, Data, Geordi, Chief O'Brien and Doctor Pulaski. That's the best they could muster up?
Who's That Face?: Kyle Riker is played by Mitchell Ryan, who was one of the final two actors considered for the role of Captain Picard. Somewhere, in an alternate universe, he got the part and now every episode of TNG looks like it had the same casting director as Babylon 5.
Time Until Meeting: 15:35. Riker gets a one-on-one briefing from his father. In a meeting room, obviously.
Captain's Log: If you're reading these reviews, there's a good chance you've seen the genuinely hilarious @TNG_S8 Twitter account which posts fictional synopses of TNG episodes. The reason that account works so well is because the episodes themselves really were that dumb sometimes. Case in point: "Riker's father comes to visit prompting him to [BHOLE] WATCH THIS IS THE END ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] re-examine his childhood. Worf gets upset because the bridge crew forgot his anniversary."
Still, it's not an incompetent episode, and it even shows signs of actual emotion at times. Riker and Troi's goodbye scene is surprisingly genuine-feeling, especially considering how stilted the show was in its early days. Look how far it's come! It's just a shame that the fight between Riker and his dad at the end is painfully cheesy and completely misses the mark.
The real weak point of the episode is Riker's promotion subplot, though. Everyone spends the episode jumping to the conclusion that he's accepted, and then in the final scene he announces that he's changed his mind without offering a convincing explanation. Not strong.
[BHOLE] WATCH THIS IS THE END ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] Still, it's nice to have a character piece now and again, and this Worf/Riker double-header certainly fits the bill. You wouldn't want every episode to be like this one, but once in a while it can be a nice change of pace.
Ah, the office team meeting. That monthly get together where everyone likes to play “Look at how much work I’ve been doing, suckers!”. Most of us probably go through them, but unlike Pam Poovey, most of us probably don’t rebuke our colleagues by telling them to “shut your d*ck holster”.
The Wind Cries Mary opens with the ISIS reaching topic six of theirs and the announcement of peer reviews for all staff, which only Pam seems excited about. There’s also the revelation that former ISIS trainee/defector to rival organisation ODIN, and Archer’s best “friend”, Lucas Troy has been killed. There’s some great use of Archer’s form of exaggerated insulting in this scene, which brings all the characters together, and Cheryl Tunt is on particularly fine form with her level of pure loathing.
This episode revolves heavily around the ISIS staff poking fun at Sterling Archer and his relationship with Lucas Troy (voiced by Timothy Olyphant, who is one of the coolest men on planet Earth), which may have been more than plutonic. It’s a reversal of fortunes somewhat as Archer is usually the one dealing out the scathing judgements, and Lana in [BHOLE] WATCH THIS IS THE END ONLINE FREE [DOWNLOAD 2013 PUTLOCKER] particular seems to relish the opportunity to give him a taste of his own medicine. She pushes Archer so far in fact that he unleashes the big guns in his retaliation with a threat to “find Kenny Loggins and get him to come down here and play an acoustic set.” A Kenny Loggins gag is always a highlight in Archer.