Mordecai, Benson, Pops, Skips and a doctor were in the hospital looking at the corpse of Rigby on a stretcher. Then, the doctor closes Rigby's eyes and covers him with a blanket. Mordecai, Pops, and Benson frown sadly, and Mordecai says to Skips, very spitefully \"You couldn't let it go. Well, I hope you got what you wanted\", and all except Skips leave.
The next day Pops comforts Skips telling him he just had a bad day, Skips thanks him and goes off to face Rigby. After Rigby refuses to wrestle, he breaks the duo's game system and runs off. Later in Skips' house, Mordecai, Rigby, and Benson walk in and to tell Skips he has to pay for their game system. Skips says he will in exchange for a rematch, telling Benson \"You wouldn't understand\" Rigby accepts the match but wins easily once more. Later, the gang decides to go back to McHooligan's with Skips out of the picture. When Hi Five Ghost \"calls shotgun\" Mordecai then realizes he forgot his drink ticket and walks into his room when he finds Skips looking through Rigby's stuff. Once Mordecai confronts skips, he reveals to Skips that Rigby has been pranking him, by using PlayCo Armboy, which only Mordecai knows about. Skips discovers Rigby's cheating once he learns more about Playco Armboy, leaving Skips furious, and more determined than ever to beat Rigby.
Skips apologizes to Rigby for what happened, which Rigby accepts and forgives him for. Skips also reveals that he used the PlayCo Armboy to beat Death and get Rigby's soul back, which Rigby seems impressed by. But Skips gets serious and tells Rigby that he really shouldn't cheat at stuff -- Skips explains that the only reason he cheated in this situation was to save Rigby's life. Rigby thinks over what Skips said and promises to not cheat in the future.
Is it too much to ask for Jane and Petra to get along I want so badly for these two women to stopping fighting. If they somehow got over how different they are, they would see what a great team they could make.
Even though Petra's plan to expose Derek failed, I still couldn't help but feel bad for her. She is constantly overshadowed by Jane's inherent goodness that it's impossible for her to be seen as anything but second best in Rafael's eyes.
Not only does Jane come out looking like the sane one, but Rafael still gets the glowing heart around her. I have no doubt Rafael was in love with Jane, but I think these leftover feelings are a result of missing out on the family unit.
I normally love a Rogelio subplot, but there was something lacking from his attempts to win over the crew. Even though he learned about the hard work they put into his show, Rogelio was still more concerned with Jane's wedding day.
Elsewhere in the episode, Michael teamed back up with Susanna which led to them discovering Mutter tied up inside the Fairwick. I'm glad we're making progress with the Derek/Mutter storyline, but it's just not been nearly as interesting as Sin Rostro.
\"Conflict Resolution\" is the twenty-first and penultimate episode of the second season of the American comedy television series The Office, the show's twenty-seventh episode overall. Written by executive producer and show runner Greg Daniels and directed by Charles McDougall, \"Conflict Resolution\" first aired in the United States on May 4, 2006, on NBC. The episode guest stars Scott Adsit, from Moral Orel and 30 Rock, as a photographer.
The series depicts the everyday lives of office employees in the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. In the episode, Michael Scott (Steve Carell) resolves a conflict between Oscar Martinez (Oscar Nunez) and Angela Martin (Angela Kinsey), and then discovers a file of other unresolved complaints between staff members and he determines to resolve them. But Michael's attempts actually unearth old tensions and create new ones between the office employees. Meanwhile, an unkind comment from Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) about being transferred causes Jim Halpert (John Krasinski) to seriously rethink his work situation.
\"Conflict Resolution\" was the fifth episode of the series written by Greg Daniels, who is also the executive producer and show runner for The Office. The episode was the third of the series directed by Charles McDougall; he had previously directed the earlier season two episodes \"Christmas Party\" and \"Dwight's Speech\". The episode features Angela and Oscar arguing over Angela's poster of two babies playing saxophones. Jenna Fischer said that \"As a cast, the baby poster is one of our favorite props... Angela received the poster from her Secret Santa in the Christmas episode.\" Fischer went on to say that \"I had to stand in between Angela and Oscar as they bicker about the poster while Michael tries to mediate the situation. The whole time, the cute jazz babies are staring at me from the poster. It was hilarious!\"
The ending of \"Conflict Resolution\" bears a striking similarity to the ending of the 1981 action film Raiders of the Lost Ark. In the film, the Ark of the Covenant is boarded up and hidden away in a secret government warehouse containing thousands of identical boxes. In \"Conflict Resolution\", Toby is seen taking the box of complaints and placing it in a warehouse containing hundreds of other identical paper boxes.
DIRECTIONS Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Lightly grease and flour two 8-inch round cake pans.In a standing mixer bowl, stir together on low the flour, sugar, cocoa, baking soda, baking powder, and salt.In another bowl, combine the whipped buttermilk, oil, eggs, and vanilla. Slowly add to the dry ingredients. Mix on low until combined. Add coffee and stir just to combine.Pour batter evenly into prepared pans and bake for 35-40 minutes. Allow to cool completely before frosting.To make the frosting, melt the chocolate in microwave. Be careful not to overheat and burn. Stir the chocolate until just melted and set aside.In a standing mixer bowl, beat the butter with the paddle attachment on medium-high speed until light and fluffy, about 3 minutes.Add the egg yolk and Mexican vanilla and continue beating until the mixture is well combined and creamy, about 3 minutes.Turn the speed to the lowest setting and gradually add the powdered sugar. Once combined, raise the speed to medium and beat until smooth.Dissolve the espresso powder in 2 teaspoons of hot water or the brewed coffee. On low speed, add the melted chocolate and the espresso. Mix until blended, but do not whip!Spread icing immediately on the cooled cake.
DIRECTIONS Fill a bowl with ice water.Fill a saucepan with cold water and place over medium heat; stir in vinegar and salt. Bring to a gentle, slow simmer and reduce heat to low.Break each egg into a separate small ramekin; place a ramekin close to the surface of the water and gently pour egg into the simmering water. Let egg white set for a minute or two and use a silicone spatula to gently lift egg from the bottom of the pan to prevent sticking. Cook until white is firm and yolk is runny, about 6 minutes.Lift poached egg from water using a slotted spoon and transfer gently to bowl of ice water to stop the cooking process. Reheat eggs for 1 to 2 minutes in very gently simmering water and remove with a slotted spoon. Tap bottom of slotted spoon containing egg on a dry paper towel to remove any excess water before serving.
\"Twilight of the Apprentice\" is the finale of the second season of the animated television series Star Wars Rebels. The special one-hour event that premiered on March 30, 2016 on Disney XD comprised the twenty-first and twenty-second episodes of the season. It comprised the thirty-sixth and thirty-seventh episodes of the series overall.
Inside the Sith temple, Ezra and Kanan argue. When Kanan warns Ezra that Maul cannot be trusted, the younger Jedi accuses his master of holding him back in his Jedi training. Ezra defends Maul arguing that Maul could see his full potential. Shortly thereafter, the Eighth Brother catches up with them and attempts to recover the holocron from Ezra. However, Maul and Ahsoka manage to drive him away. When Kanan tells Maul that the Inquisitors have realized their plans, Maul advises them to split up in order to better handle the Inquisitors. Maul again offers to take Ezra with him and despite Kanan's objections, Ezra this time decides to follow Maul. After they have left, Ahsoka assures Kanan that Ezra would be fine because Kanan had taught him well.
While dueling Tano, Maul tells her that Ezra is on his way to activate the temple, which he reveals is a battle station that he intends to use to destroy all his enemies. Meanwhile, at the top of the temple, Ezra plants the Sith holocron in the obelisk. The young Jedi is then greeted by an entity known as the \"Presence,\" who tells him that knowledge is power. The Sith temple then begins powering up. Elsewhere, Tano starts pushing Maul back in their duel but stops when she notices Kanan has regained his composure, having managed to don a fallen Jedi Temple Guard's helmet and find his lightsaber, which he had dropped. She mockingly states to Maul that he would have to try and defeat Kanan first before getting a chance to challenge her. Kanan then tells Ahsoka to find Ezra while he deals with Maul. Despite being blinded, Kanan uses his Force powers and his other senses to fight against Maul and succeeds in pushing him over a cliff into the chasm below.
While Ahsoka engages and pushes back Vader in a lightsaber duel, Ezra decides to remove the holocron in order to keep it out of the Sith Lord's hands. Shortly after, he is joined by Kanan and Chopper, who have arrived with the Phantom. Ezra quickly notices that Kanan is wearing a helmet and his master replies that they would talk about it later. Working together, Kanan and Ezra manage to remove the Sith holocron from the obelisk, causing the Temple to start to collapse and implode in on itself. Meanwhile, on the outer walls of the Sith Temple, Ahsoka and Vader continue their duel until Vader finally forces Ahsoka over the edge into the chasm below. 59ce067264