Cameron's (Eric Stonestreet) sister Pam (Dana Powell) comes for a visit from the farm and Cam and Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) are afraid to tell her that they are getting married because they do not want to hurt her feelings, since she is still single and because Cam claims Pam is sensitive on the issue. Lily (Aubrey Anderson-Emmons) is the one who finally tells her. Pam seems extremely happy with the news and shares her own news with them; she is engaged to Cameron's first crush, Bo Johnson. Cam gets really upset hearing that and Pam tells him that no one in the family wanted to tell him because he is too sensitive and they were protecting him, something that contradicts Cam's earlier assertion and makes Cam even more upset.
Cameron: Hey, what are you doing with those swatches She's gonna be here any minute. I told you to put all this wedding stuff away.Mitchell: Are these really our top-two choices for color palette Why are they both whiteLily: That's what my friend Keisha asks about you and daddy.
Pam: What's thisCameron: Oh, uh, that's an action figure.Pam: It's two grooms.Mitchell: They melted together in the car on a very, very hot day.Cameron: It was 103.Lily: My daddies are getting married.Pam: Your dads are getting married That can't be right.Lily: That's what my friend Keisha says.
Alex: Congratulations. You officially beat me in \"Words with Friends.\"Jay: Better luck next time, kid.Alex: Okay, I have to ask. Did you cheat Is that how you wonJay: I never took you for a sore loser.Alex: That's not an answer.Jay: Listen, one day you might be the smartest person in this family, but today is not that day. So tread lightly before you assiduously malign the veracity of my etymological prowess. Jay Pritchett out. [drops phone]Alex: You broke your phone, smarty-pants.Jay: Damn it!
Mitchell: Instead of hiding all this stuff, why don't you just tell Pam we're getting marriedCameron: I will, when she's ready. Carefully and preferably in a large, open field.Mitchell: She's your sister, not The Hulk.[aside to camera:]Cameron: My big sister, Pam, is emotionally fragile and she's still single, so when she finds out I'm getting married before she is. Whoo! Look out. She can be meaner than a barn owl at sunset.Mitchell: Because that's when they wake upCameron: Yep. That's morning time for a barn owl.
Phil: [aside to camera] A few months ago, Luke joined a club soccer team and at first we were thrilled.Claire: But then we realized it takes over your whole weekend.Phil: And not in the cool MythBusters marathon way.Claire: Luke sits on the bench a lot. Which means we sit in the hot sun for like eight hours, just to see him play five minutes.Phil: But what a five minutes. Tell them about last week.Claire: Oh, yeah. Luke stopped a goal with his face. Too bad he doesn't remember that.
Claire: What if we sent Luke to the game without us todayPhil: We can't do that.Claire: Why not Missing one tournament doesn't make us bad parents. My mom never went to any of my stuff. I'm fine.Phil: Why didn't she go to any of your stuffClaire: Because she was an incredibly competitive woman who didn't like to see me do very well at anything, but I think it's pretty clear who won.
Claire: Say, listen, your dad and I were just talking about you maybe wanting to go to the game without us today.Luke: Oh.Phil: But it's totally up to you. Whatever you want because we love you very much.Claire: Right. You can either ride with some of your teammates, like the L.A. Kings, or you can ride with us, like Gloria and Grandpa take Joe to play-dates. Professional athlete, little poopy baby. Your call.
Jay: Did he even give you an eye testGloria: He put the spoon in one eye, the spoon in the other eye, the puff puff, the eye drops. Twenty-twenty. Now who's the MagooJay: What the hell language was that
Cameron: It just doesn't make sense. I mean, he's got to be after our drilling rights.Pam: I knew it. This is why I didn't want to tell you. I knew you couldn't stand the thought of me landing the man of your dreams!Mitchell: \"Dreams\" is strong.Pam: Believe it or not, Bo and I are in love. He thinks I'm beautiful, and he's right. And for the record, Bo has twice the land we do. He has absolutely no interest in my drilling rights! Not that kind, at least.
Riverdale continues to go strong and has been rebooted with a seven-year time jump. After this point, the four leads are at very different stages in their lives compared to their teenage selves. Understandably, fans are curious to know what year the show is going to be set in now.
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The Handmaid's Tale Season 4 has released its first three episodes on Hulu, and they have introduced a brand new character. In the first episode, titled \"Pigs,\" June (played by Elisabeth Moss) and her fellow members of the Martha network make it to a new safehouse on a farm, presided over by the elderly Commander Keyes and his very young, very mistreated wife, Mrs. Keyes.
Mrs. Keyes is played by the 14-year-old actor Mckenna Grace. Her casting on the Hulu show was announced in September 2020, when her character was described as \"a sharply intelligent, teenaged wife of a much older Commander who rules her farm and household with confidence. She has a rebellious, subversive streak, and is calm and pious on the outside with turmoil, even insanity, on the inside.\"
Beth is a shy, soft-spoken, and caring sixteen-year old girl who lived a normal life with her family. She lived on her father's farm and attended the local high school. She went to church regularly and strongly believes in her faith. As a result of her father's heavy drinking, she never drank alcohol. Her first appearance was in Season 2 and as the season developed, so did she. As the apocalypse started, Beth had been sheltered from the chaos surrounding her. At first, Beth is rather timid, pessimistic, and keeps her emotions to herself, but after being forced to see her mother's death and horrific reanimation, Beth finally breaks down and a different part of her is shown. She tells her sister, Maggie, that she wants to commit suicide. However, after an attempt at slitting her wrist, she has a change of heart and decides to live. With the support from her father and sister, Beth regains her will to live and since then, becomes even more assertive and stronger-willed, even after the death of her boyfriend and Patricia.
After the Woodbury conflict, Beth is emotionally stronger, trying many different ways to deal with the loss of hope that grows everyday, realizing that things may someday take a turn for the worse. After dating Zach, she becomes emotionally distant, preparing herself so that when someone she loves dies, she won't shut down emotionally like she would have in the past. After Zach's death, she spends her time dealing with the new crisis surrounding the prison. Beth keeps hope alive, while struggling with herself not to break down emotionally. After her father's death, Beth is distraught but grows stronger and finds new strength in herself. Beth becomes more independent and more skillful at killing walkers. After she escapes from the prison assault with Daryl Dixon, the two become very close, and Beth's faith becomes stronger. She believes there is still hope and good people somewhere, even in this cruel world. She also thinks that since walkers used to be human, they shouldn't be treated cruelly or be made fun of, but instead, respectfully put out of their misery to preserve their humanity.
As Beth grew older, Maggie initially resented her and her side of the family, but through her father and beliefs came to love Beth, Annette, and Shawn. Beth also became close with family friend and farmhand, Otis, and his wife, Patricia. Hershel still had his habit of drinking alcohol, but strictly forbade her ever to drink. Hershel also raised her to do good things in life, and to believe in God and faith. Hershel always protected Beth from the harsh reality from the outside world and not to follow the bad things he had done in his past life, such as going to jail and drinking alcohol. Her family raised her to have good manners and behavior, and were usually overprotective of her.
As the outbreak went global, Beth's mother and Shawn were bitten by walkers. The two later died from the infection. Hershel had Otis take them to the barn where they reanimated. Due to what they saw on the news, Hershel believed the walkers were still alive and are simply sick people and that while dangerous, needed to be cared for as he believed the pandemic would end and a cure would save them. Their ignorance was a mixture of grief and being mostly spared by the apocalypse on their isolated farm.
Hershel barricaded his remaining family, Jimmy, Otis, and Patricia within the farm. Beth was devastated by her mother and brother's deaths, and her typically positive outlook on the world slowly started changing to a more grim and hopeless one. Over time, Otis began to bring more walkers to the barn, in which Beth and the others were in charge of helping put them in and feeding them with live chickens. Among those in the barn were their cousin, Arnold Greene, their neighbors the Fischers, and friends Lacey and Duncan. 59ce067264