3.58 Bad Day for a BadMan Mano, VictoriaBandits take advantage of Manolito's affinity for a pretty face by abscondingwith one of his girlfriends and cash, the theft of which threatens the loss ofthe Cannon ranch.Written by Michael Fessier Directed by Robert Friend
Character Highlights: Manoand Victoria end up being the focus of this episode when Mano is ostracized byJohn after he loses the cattle money chasing a pretty girl. It is theirefforts separately and together that redeem the fortunes of the Cannon ranch aswell as Mano's relationship with John. It is a very strong episode forVictoria who demonstrates her loyalty to both her husband and her brother, aswell as her courage and quick thinking when held hostage in her own home by thebandits. Juanita is a strong supporting character as the bandit'sgirlfriend who plays on Victoria's sympathies but fails to win hertrust. Malachi Throne and Robert Yuro both play colorful, engagingbandidos.
When seven-day viewings and such are factored in, each episode averages around 5 million, but when comparing the high and low, there is a difference of around 1.25 million viewers, so that basically means a lot of people stopped watching.
"Basic Intergluteal Numismatics" is the third episode of the fifth season of Community and the 87th episode overall. It originally aired on January 9, 2014 on NBC; and was written by Erik Sommers and directed by Tristram Shapeero.
In this episode, a prankster dubbed the Ass Crack Bandit wreaks havoc on the students and faculty of Greendale. This leads Jeff Winger (Joel McHale) and Annie Edison (Alison Brie) to further investigate the situation; the episode then shifts in tone after Shirley Bennett (Yvette Nicole Brown) reveals shocking news to Jeff, Annie, and the study group.
The episode received critical acclaim, with most critics commenting positively on Donald Glover's comical role as a traumatized Troy Barnes after becoming a victim to the Bandit, while others commented positively on the revelation of Pierce Hawthorne's (Chevy Chase) fate; the episode also saw a rise in ratings from the episodes "Repilot" and "Introduction to Teaching," with a total audience of 3.58 million viewers and an 18-49 rating of 1.4.
Before the investigation can go any further, Shirley Bennett (Yvette Nicole Brown) arrives and informs the group that former member Pierce Hawthorne (Chevy Chase) has died. The group grieves, the investigation for the Ass Crack Bandit is called off, and Star-Burns recants his former confession. It is hinted at the episode's end that several of the show's main and supporting cast members may be the Ass Crack Bandit.
This episode marks the return of John Oliver as Professor Ian Duncan, who was last seen in the second season. Dino Stamatopoulos also returns to the series as Alex "Star-Burns" Osbourne, having been last seen in the third-season finale.
Musician Ben Folds wrote and performed an original song, "Ass Crack Bandit" for the episode's climax, with backing vocals by Ruby Amanfu. A 4-minute version of the song was hinted at by Folds on Twitter, and then posted on YouTube a month after the episode aired. Folds also appears in a cameo role in the episode, as a botany professor.
The episode adheres to tropes of the crime drama genre, e.g., TV series like The Bridge, Hannibal, and The Killing. Abed also references crime shows that feature the cliche lead characters with mild mental disorders who are exceptional at crime-solving (such as The Bridge and Hannibal), and is later seen deleting said shows from his DVR. The episode is specifically stylized after crime films such as David Fincher's Seven and Zodiac, as well as Red Dragon. Shirley's sons sing the Radiohead song "Creep" in the opening scene in the style of the initial trailer for Fincher's The Social Network. The ending of the episode is similar to the ending of Batman: The Long Halloween, with multiple different characters being shown as possible culprits to the crime.
The episode was watched by 3.58 million American viewers, and received an 18-49 rating/share of 1.4/4. This presents a rise in viewers and ratings from the season premiere, which was watched by 3.49 million viewers and received an 18-49 rating/share of 1.3/4. The show placed second in its timeslot behind The Big Bang Theory, and seventh for the night.
Tim Surette of TV.com gave the episode a more mixed review, saying the episode "was a pretty good Community spoof, butt but it lacked a character story to anchor it to the rest of the season, in contrast to other Community parody episodes like 'Pillows & Blankets,' 'Critical Film Studies,' and 'Contemporary American Poultry.' Don't get me wrong, I loved the episode and I wish I could British high-five it, but it's my job to raise discussion points."
The final entry in the series attracted a live audience just shy of 3.6 million, a decline of roughly 200,000 from the previous week's strong showing, but the episode could yet come out with a better consolidated number.
As a result, this number takes longer to calculate, with figures not yet available for every episode of Flux at the time of writing this report, but most episodes have added in the region of one million additional viewers so far.
On the heels of its three wins at last night's Golden Globe(R) Awards ceremony, ABC has renewed hit comedy series "Abbott Elementary" from Warner Bros. Television and 20th Television for a third season. It was announced today by Craig Erwich, president, ABC Entertainment, Hulu & Disney Branded Television Streaming Originals, at the 2023 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour."Abbott Elementary" delivers a 3.58 rating in Adults 18-49 after 35 days of viewing across platforms, growing 31% over its prior season and ranking as ABC's No. 1 series this season. In addition, the sophomore ABC sitcom averages 9.1 million Total Viewers in its second season after 35 days of cross-platform viewing, marking an increase of 13% over last season. New episodes air WEDNESDAYS (9:00-9:30 p.m. EST). In tonight's episode, "Fight," during a day of touchdowns and missed plays, the Abbott Elementary faculty find themselves learning lessons in teamwork. Two of Janine's students aren't getting along in class, leading her to seek advice from her colleagues on how to help repair their friendship. Meanwhile, Melissa and Ava plot to bring down Mr. Johnson in fantasy football.Quinta Brunson created and stars as Janine Teagues, and she serves as executive producer of the series alongside Justin Halpern and Patrick Schumacker of Delicious Non-Sequitur Productions, and Randall Einhorn. In addition to Brunson, the cast includes Tyler James Williams as Gregory Eddie, Janelle James as Ava Coleman, Lisa Ann Walter as Melissa Schemmenti, Chris Perfetti as Jacob Hill, William Stanford Davis as Mr. Johnson, and Emmy(R) Award winner Sheryl Lee Ralph as Barbara Howard.Follow #AbbottElementary on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.
You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm GoneSeason4Episode16Air dateMarch 18, 2014US viewers3.58 millionWritten byJanet TamaroDirected byNorman BuckleyPreviousNext"Food for Thought"Season 5 "A New Day"
Revolving around a former federal agent, Burn Notice features the talents of Jeffrey Donovan, Gabrielle Anwar, Bruce Campbell, Coby Bell, and Sharon Gless. The series airs on Thursday nights and there are 13 episodes.
Jansen, 34 years old, is in his first season with the Braves after signing with them as a free agent over the winter. In 32 appearances to date, he's compiled a 3.58 ERA (123 ERA+) and a 5.88 strikeout-to-walk ratio along with 20 saves in 24 opportunities. Jansen had previously spent his entire career with the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Jansen underwent an ablation procedure in November 2018 after he experienced an atrial fibrillation episode during a road trip in Denver. Back in 2012, he also underwent a catheter ablation to prevent the generation of "abnormal electrical signals," according to MLB.com.
"I've learned a lot about the heart," Jansen has since said in an effort to promote heart health and awareness. "I just have to be on top of my game and make sure my blood pressure stays low, because if my blood pressure gets really high or spikes that could cause another episode. High blood pressure makes the heart work harder. We should take care of our bodies, especially our hearts. You have only one."
One thousand twenty-one infectious episodes with a respiratory sample met inclusion criteria. Eight hundred thirty-four samples (81.7%) were positive. The viruses with the highest incidence were the respiratory syncytial virus (34.2%), the rhinoviruses (23.9%), the coronaviruses (9.3%) and H1N1v2009 (7.7%). Of all infections, 28.6% were severe and more frequent in infants with risk factors. H1N1v2009 infections had a low risk of severe respiratory disease (odds ratios = 0.15) and hospitalization (odds ratios = 0.40) compared with the other viruses. Respiratory syncytial virus infections had a high risk of respiratory severity (odds ratios = 7.85) and were responsible for 71.4% of admissions to the intensive care unit. 2b1af7f3a8