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Gilliverse IV

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2003, continued
  • March 7-18, 2003: Fall
    • Jimmy discovers from Irene, one of his former elder law clients who represents the class in the Sandpiper Crossing lawsuit, that the company has offered a settlement which if accepted by D&M and HHM will result in a payment to Jimmy of $1.16 million. Irene has refused to accept the settlement because the D&M and HHM lawyers have advised her they believe they can get Sandpiper Crossing to offer more. Jimmy tries to persuade Howard to accept the settlement, but Howard refuses.
    • Howard and Chuck meet with their malpractice insurance agents, who inform them that the insurance carrier will need to raise HHM's premium substantially or arrange to have Chuck supervised by another attorney at all times. Chuck refuses and instead decides to fight the insurance company in court. Howard disagrees with Chuck's plan, and says Chuck will be forced to retire since his judgment can no longer be trusted. Chuck sues HHM for $8 million, the value of his share of the partnership.
    • Mike becomes a contracted "security consultant" to Madrigal, a paper transaction designed to launder his stolen money by having him give his cash to Lydia, and then receive monthly checks from Madrigal as supposed fees for his expert advice. Kim takes on Gatwood Oil as a second client in order to have an income sufficient to cover office expenses in case Jimmy can't pay his half while his law license is suspended. Nacho admits to his father that he is working for Hector, and begs him to follow Hector's orders. Nacho's father refuses and orders Nacho to leave his house.
    • Jimmy pulls a series of psychological and social manipulation tricks to turn Irene's friends against her, so that she believes refusing the Sandpiper settlement is against the interests of her fellow clients. She decides to accept it, meaning Jimmy will receive his much needed share. He returns to his office to give Kim the good news, but she is too busy preparing for an important meeting with Gatwood Oil and leaves in a rush. Due to fatigue from overwork, Kim falls asleep at the wheel and drives her car off the side of the road, crashing into a boulder.
  • March 18-22, 2003: Lantern
    • Jimmy visits Kim in the hospital, where her broken arm has been put in a cast. After she is discharged, the two return to the site of her car crash and Jimmy picks up her scattered Gatwood Oil papers. The following morning, Jimmy feels partly responsible for her accident because she took on a second client to keep their office open during the suspension of his law license. Kim replies that she alone is responsible, and expresses guilt at the possibility that she could have killed someone by falling asleep at the wheel.
    • Chuck promises to abandon his breach of contract lawsuit against HHM if he's allowed to keep his position with the firm. Instead, Howard presents Chuck a check for $3 million—the first of three installment payments. Chuck believed HHM couldn't afford to pay him $8 million, so he'd be able to stay with the firm, but Howard used loans and personal savings to raise enough for the first payment. Howard criticizes Chuck for putting his personal vendetta against Jimmy ahead of the firm's needs, but then praises Chuck profusely as he informs HHM's staff of Chuck's immediate retirement.
    • Hector attempts to bribe Nacho's father Manuel to allow him to use Manuel's upholstery shop as a front for Hector's drug business. Manuel demands that Hector leave, but Nacho reminds him that saying no to Hector could place their family at risk, so Manuel reluctantly takes the money. Francesca presents Kim with get-well gifts from her clients and Kim tells Francesca to cancel her meeting with Gatwood Oil and postpone her other appointments. They rent movies at a Blockbuster store, which Kim watches with Jimmy while staying home from work.
    • Jimmy tries to make amends with Chuck but Chuck tells Jimmy it's in his nature to hurt everybody around him and that he was never all that important to Chuck anyway. Chuck later relapses and his electromagnetic hypersensitivity symptoms cause him shut off the power to his house and stack all his appliances outside, then destroy the walls of his house and remove old wiring in an attempt to find out what's making his electricity meter continue to run. Unable to find the source, he finally destroys the meter itself.
    • Jimmy checks on Irene, expecting her friends to have forgiven her after she agreed to accept the Sandpiper settlement. To his shock, Irene's friends still don't trust her, because now they think she'll do anything to get on their good side. His attempts to take the blame himself make Irene's friends respect him more and her less. He finally stages an argument with Erin Brill, his former D&M colleague, in which he "accidentally" admits to the tricks he played to get Irene to accept, which vindicates Irene to her friends and causes Irene to withdraw her acceptance.
    • Nacho plans to ambush Hector in order to protect his father. Before he can act, he's pulled into a meeting between Hector, Gus, and Juan Bolsa. Bolsa says that because Salamanca family trucks have been attacked, their routes for smuggling drugs from Mexico to the U.S. are not safe, so from now on Gus's organization will handle the cross-border smuggling for both Gus's operation and Hector's. An enraged Hector suffers a stroke and collapses. As Mike advised, while Hector's bodyguards are calling for an ambulance and Gus is rendering first aid, Nacho takes the fake nitroglycerin capsules and replaces them with the real ones. Gus seems suspicious, but says nothing.
    • The next day, Jimmy and Kim move out of their office space. They apologize to Francesca for laying her off, but she says she will be able to return to her job at the Motor Vehicle Division. Kim insists that Jimmy keep his contact list, despite the fact that his admission to tricking Irene has guaranteed the end of his elder care law practice. That night, Chuck lies on a couch in his wrecked house and intentionally kicks a table several times. His kicks cause a gas lantern to fall and start a fire, but he makes no attempt to leave.
  • March 23-31, 2003: Smoke
    • Howard calls Jimmy and Kim about the fire at Chuck's, and they arrive as Chuck's body is taken away. Jimmy sees the appliances outside Chuck's home and realizes his electromagnetic hypersensitivity symptoms returned. He falls into a deep depression which Kim tries to help him out of. Howard takes on the responsibility of arranging Chuck's funeral.
    • Mike receives his first payment from Madrigal Electromotive as a contracted security consultant, which Gus arranged to launder the money Mike stole from the Salamancas. Though meant to be a paper transaction, Mike enters a Madrigal facility, performs a detailed security audit, and turns the results over to the facility manager with instructions to let Lydia know he was there.
    • An ambulance comes to take Hector to the hospital after he suffers a stroke at a meeting with Juan Bolsa, Gus and Nacho. Following Mike's advice, Nacho takes the fake capsules containing ibuprofen from Hector and replaces them with Hector's real nitroglycerin. He tries to dispose of the fakes but is interrupted by Gus, who says they need to meet with Juan Bolsa immediately. Bolsa puts Nacho and Arturo in charge of the Salamanca operation for the time being. Afterwards, Nacho drives to a bridge and throws the ibuprofen away, unaware Victor has followed him.
    • Several of Chuck's friends and associates attend his funeral and give Jimmy their condolences. After the service, Howard tells Jimmy and Kim he believes Chuck relapsed because Howard forced him out of HHM, so he feels responsible for Chuck's death. Kim is shocked as Jimmy lets Howard shoulder the blame and immediately regains his happy-go-lucky demeanor.
  • April 7, 2003: Breathe
    • Jimmy begins to look for a job as part of his suspension from legal practice. At Neff Copiers, he interviews for a sales position but they reject him given his legal background. As Jimmy leaves, he turns around and gives them the "hard sell" on needing the job immediately. The owners fall for the con, and Jimmy is upset for how easily they fell for it, and refuses to accept it. As he departs, he notices a collection of Hummel figurines among their awards.
    • Lydia meets with Mike to discuss his recent security audit, reminding him his job was only meant to be on paper as a front to launder the stolen money. Mike tells Lydia if she has any complaints to talk to Gus, and when she does, Gus tacitly approves of Mike's continued actions.
    • Howard meets with Kim and Rebecca to discuss Chuck's estate. This includes a sealed letter and US$5,000 for Jimmy, just enough to prevent him from challenging the will. After Rebecca leaves, Kim furiously accuses Howard of treating Jimmy poorly since his days in the mail room. That evening, Kim gives Jimmy the check, but decides to hold back on the letter. Jimmy checks on the value of the Hummel figurines at Neff Copiers and then calls Mike.
    • Gus learns that Hector is comatose, and arranges for Dr. Bruckner, a skilled physician from Johns Hopkins to oversee his treatment; additionally, Dr. Bruckner speaks fluent Spanish and is able to explain Hector's health and course of recovery to the Cousins who have arrived to watch over Hector. Tyrus brings Gus a copy of Hector's medical file, revealing there was no nitroglycerin in his system despite being part of his heart medication.
    • Nacho and Arturo arrive at the Los Pollos Hermanos chicken farm to take their share of the next drug shipment. Arturo strongarms Gus's men for an extra kilo as he had seen Nacho do in an earlier deal. As they leave, Gus suddenly leaps on Arturo and suffocates him in a plastic bag. Gus then tells Nacho he knows he switched Hector's medication, but has yet to tell the Salmancas. Gus warns Nacho, "From now on, you are mine."
  • April 8-9, 2003: Something Beautiful
    • Nacho aids Victor and Tyrus to make it appear that his car was attacked and the drugs picked up at Los Pollos Hermanos stolen, including riddling the car and Arturo's body with bullets and shooting Nacho twice. Nacho calls the Cousins, who burn the car and take Nacho to veterinarian Dr. Caldera, who succeeds in saving Nacho's life.
    • Juan Bolsa tells Gus that because drug and cash shipments have been disrupted several times, Gus should begin investigating the feasibility of making meth within the United States rather than relying on cocaine from Mexico, unaware this is what Gus intended. Gus visits Gale Boetticher, a post-graduate student and researcher at the University of New Mexico, who reports on the poor quality of a meth sample Gus asked him to evaluate. Gale says he could produce a higher quality product, but Gus assures him he is destined for better things.
    • Jimmy asks Mike to steal a valuable Hummel figurine from Neff Copiers and replace it with an inexpensive one that looks similar. Mike refuses, so Jimmy turns to Ira for help. Ira agrees, but during the theft, he finds one of the owners is sleeping in the office. He calls Jimmy for help and Jimmy creates a distraction that enables Ira to leave with the Hummel.
    • With her arm healed, Kim returns to work on the Mesa Verde account. Bank president Kevin Watchell welcomes her back and shows her plans for their aggressive expansion. Concerned about the rate of growth, and increasingly bored with banking law, Kim gives the work to her paralegal Viola, and asks to be dropped off at the courthouse.
    • That evening, Kim decides to give Jimmy the letter from Chuck that was part of Chuck's will. Jimmy reads the undated letter aloud, which appears to have been written while he worked in HHM's mailroom. It seems on the surface to be full of praise, but is slightly condescending and contains backhanded compliments. Jimmy calls it "nice", but Kim begins crying and runs off to their bedroom.
  • April 10-12, 2003: Talk
    • Mike is revealed to be discussing his son at a group therapy session with Stacey, and ends his time by saying "You wanted me to talk. I talked."
    • Jimmy is offered a position as a shift manager at a cellular phone store. He initially declines, but when Kim suggests he see a therapist instead, he accepts the position. The store sees little traffic, and Jimmy soon becomes bored. Ira meets with Jimmy to hand over his share of the stolen Hummel figurine and offers to steal others in the future.
    • Kim avoids Mesa Verde work by spending the day in Judge Munsinger's courtroom. He calls her to his office during a recess, warning her that if he sees her again in his courtroom, he will assign her pro bono work. When Munsinger returns to the bench, he spots Kim again waiting in the audience.
    • As part of covering up the fake attack on Nacho and Arturo, Victor sells the Salamanca's portion of the drugs to the Espinosas's, their rivals. After Nacho tips them off, the Cousins raid the Espinosas's headquarters, killing most of the gang and recovering the drugs. After returning the drugs, they retreat back to Mexico to avoid police scrutiny. Nacho recognizes that Gus had planned for this, as Gus is now able to expand into the Espinosas's territory without resistance. Nacho convinces his reluctant father to let him stay with him while he recovers from his wounds.
    • During lunch with Anita, Mike explains that Henry, another member of their support group, has been lying about his past, falsely claiming to have a wife who died. At the next meeting Mike is put in a bad mood when Stacey says she was able to get through most of a day without thinking of Matt, so he angrily confronts Henry about his lies. Having been exposed, Henry wordlessly leaves the room. Mike then condemns Anita, Stacey and the other participants for being so self-absorbed they are unable to see through Henry's obvious falsehoods.
    • After performing another Madrigal site inspection, Mike meets with Gus, who feigns anger that Mike did not tell him Nacho intended to kill Hector, but Mike points out that he had promised only not to kill Hector himself. Mike then asks Gus bluntly for information about "the job" he wants done.
  • April 13-14, 2003: Quite a Ride
    • Jimmy sells pay-as-you-go phones to a customer who saw his "privacy sold here" sign. He then starts selling prepaid phones on the street, but the venture proves unsuccessful when he is mugged by three teenagers. Kim tends his wounds while Jimmy is concerned that he did not realize the teenagers' intent because he was not thinking clearly. He promises to call the psychiatrist Kim recommended, but instead returns to CC Mobile and spends the day removing the storefront sign.
    • Mike escorts engineers through the laundry to evaluate it as a site for Gus's planned meth "superlab". One glibly asserts he can easily do the job, but is turned away by Gus, who listens in from a nearby room. Another, Werner Ziegler, impresses Gus by forthrightly expressing his concerns about the risk. Gus offers him the job of planning and overseeing the lab's construction.
    • Kim thrives in the environment of her pro bono criminal defense work. While waiting for a client to dress before going to court, Paige calls from Mesa Verde and insists they need her help immediately to fix recently filed paperwork. Kim hangs up on Paige and sees her criminal case through, then goes to Mesa Verde. Paige informs her that the bank's legal staff had to drop everything else to fix the problem, and reminds her that when she became Mesa Verde's outside counsel, she promised that the bank would be her sole focus. Kim apologizes and promises it will not happen again.
    • Jimmy meets Howard in the courthouse restroom and sees that he is looking sleepless, but Howard does not divulge why. Jimmy offers Howard the phone number of the psychiatrist Kim recommended. Howard claims he is going to therapy, so Jimmy throws the number away. Jimmy meets with his probation officer and states his intent to resume practicing law once the one-year suspension of his law license is over.
  • April 15, 2003: Piñata
    • Late at night, Kim tries to review her Mesa Verde records for the next day's work, but her attention is drawn to her pro bono criminal defense cases. She goes to bed and finds Jimmy asleep, surrounded by notes and sketches that show he still dreams of re-starting the Wexler-McGill law office once his suspension is over. The next morning, Jimmy explains that he decided not to go to the psychologist as she suggested, and leaves for work at the cell phone store. Kim meets with Rich at Schweikart & Cokely, where she makes a successful pitch to join as a partner and run a new banking division, which will enable her to handle both Mesa Verde and criminal cases. She informs Jimmy of her acceptance over lunch, falsely telling him that Schweikart & Cokely sought her out. He leaves the table and experiences an anxiety attack, but returns to congratulate her and tell her he's supportive.
    • While at the cellular phone store, Jimmy gets a call from a relative of his first elder law client, Geraldine Strauss, and learns that she died and the relative is her executor. The executor asks questions about the will Jimmy drew up. He explains that he no longer practices law and refers the executor to HHM. Jimmy breaks down emotionally from the call, and after work, Jimmy re-watches his first elder law commercial, which starred Geraldine.
    • Gus and Mike discuss arrangements for housing Werner Ziegler and his construction crew while they build the meth "superlab" under the laundry. While Gus has already installed two modular homes within a large warehouse for basic needs, Mike recommends adding several amenities to keep the workers happy, as well as security and monitoring provisions for both entrance and exit. Gus agrees, and after learning that Hector's health has taken a turn for the worse, has Mike work with Tyrus to complete preparations. Mike apologizes to Stacey for his behavior in exposing Henry's lies at the support group meeting, and Stacey allows him to begin seeing Kaylee again. Mike meets Werner and his workers when they arrive, and explains their living arrangements. Kai, one of the workers, appears dismissive and disdainful, but Werner vouches for him and says he'll settle in once the work starts. Despite Werner's assurances, Mike tells his security team to pay special attention to Kai's activities.
    • Gus visits a still hospitalized and unconscious Hector late at night and recounts a childhood story about a coati that ate the fruit from a lúcuma tree Gus had carefully tended in Chile. He trapped the coati, which broke its leg in trying to escape. Rather than killing it, which would have been humane, Gus held it and let it suffer until it died. As Gus finishes the story, he gets up to depart, with Hector still unconscious in his bed.
    • Jimmy visits HHM to pick up his $5,000 inheritance check, and notices the firm is downsizing and Howard is still disengaged and depressed following Chuck's death. Howard explains that HHM is having trouble paying out to Chuck's estate and its reputation has been severely damaged by recent events, so clients are leaving. Before departing, Jimmy tries a "tough love" pep talk to rouse Howard back into action. Jimmy uses the money to buy pay-as-you-go phones for resale on the street, which he stores at the nail salon against Mrs. Nguyen's wishes. He preemptively seeks out the three teenagers who robbed him before and tries to convince them to either help sell his phones for a share of the profits, or take a smaller cut as protection money for leaving him alone. They attempt to rob him again instead, but he leads them on a chase that ends with the boys caught in a trap sprung by Huell and Man Mountain. They tie the boys up and hang them upside down. While Huell and Man Mountain use bats to smash through a room full of piñatas close to their heads, Jimmy obtains an agreement that the boys will leave him alone and tell everyone else on the street that he's off-limits.
  • April 16 - December 31, 2003: Something Stupid
    • Over eight months, Jimmy and Kim are shown to be drifting further apart, even as they continue to live together. Kim's arm heals and her cast is removed, leaving her less dependent on Jimmy. She thrives at Schweikart & Cokely, with the Mesa Verde expansion proceeding on schedule, and Kim finding time to continue the pro bono criminal defense work that gives her personal satisfaction. Jimmy continues his boring job at the cellular phone store, but his side business re-selling prepaid phones on the street continues to grow. Jimmy's increasing contacts with Albuquerque's criminals cause him to frequently use the "Saul Goodman" alias. The time jump ends in early 2004, with Kim and Jimmy on opposite sides of Kim's bed, still in split-screen, while Kim's side slowly goes dark.
    • Hector begins to recover, and Dr. Bruckner helps with his therapy. Dr. Bruckner shows Gus video footage of a session which indicates Hector has improved cognitively and has limited mobility in his right hand, a sign the therapy is working. Dr. Bruckner dismisses Hector knocking a glass of water over as an involuntary action, but Gus sees that Hector did it purposely so he could ogle the nurse who bent over to clean it up. Gus tells Dr. Bruckner to end further treatment, in effect trapping Hector's healed mind inside his unhealed body.
    • Werner's crew begins excavating the meth "superlab" under the industrial laundry. The work proceeds more slowly than anticipated, and when Casper accidentally knocks over a ceiling support with the skid-steer loader he's driving, Kai and Casper get into a shoving match. Mike intervenes to stop the fight and later meets the crew at their warehouse quarters, where Werner apologizes for their behavior. Mike wonders if they would be better off without Kai, but Werner suggests that his crew just needs some rest and relaxation, since they have been on the job far longer than anticipated.
  • June, 2003: Jesse graduated high school?
  • July 8, 2003: Walt Jr’s 10th birthday
  • August 11, 2003: Skyler’s 33rd birthday
  • September 7, 2003: Walt’s 45th birthday
  • September 24, 2003: Jesse’s 19th birthday
  • November 12, 2003: Jimmy's 43rd birthday
2004
  • Approximate: Leonel and Marco Salamanca are 27 years old
  • January 1-16, 2004: Something Stupid
    • Jimmy shows Huell a prospective space for his new law offices, which he plans to finance with the profits from his cellular phone side business. Kim takes Jimmy to a reception at Schweikart & Cokely; initially charming and gracious, he increasingly feels out of place, and ducks into Kim's office. As he looks around, he realizes how successful she is, and how much better her office is than the one he showed Huell. He returns to the party and embarrasses Kim by making a fool of himself during a conversation with Rich and the other S & C lawyers.
    • Jimmy continues to re-sell phones on the street, with his business now based in the back of a van on the outskirts of town. An off-duty police officer in plain clothes arrives and displays one of Jimmy's business cards, which he took from a drug dealer who purchased one of Jimmy's phones. He suggests Jimmy target a better class of customers and Jimmy argues that he's running a legal, legitimate business. During the dispute, Huell returns from a trip to buy lunch. Because he's wearing headphones, he doesn't understand the context of the argument, and strikes the police officer with a shopping bag containing sandwiches before Jimmy can stop him. The officer knows Huell from past interactions and arrests him. Jimmy is still a month from being reinstated to the bar, and can't represent Huell, so he enlists Kim's aid. Kim reluctantly accepts, but refuses to use unethical tricks to ruin the police officer's reputation. She wants Jimmy to assure that Huell will not flee before his court appearance, but Jimmy's reply is less than convincing. Kim tries to plea bargain with Suzanne Ericsen, the prosecutor in Huell's case, but his arrest record precludes Suzanne from agreeing to a deal. On her way to meet with Huell, Kim stops to buy office supplies and then calls Jimmy to tell him to stop whatever he's doing to help Huell, because she has a better way to handle the situation.
  • January 17 - February 1, 2004: Coushatta
    • Kim enlists Schweikart & Cokely employees to aid Huell's defense and previews a plan to bury prosecutor Suzanne Ericsen in motions and paperwork when Suzanne refuses to budge on seeking the maximum 18-month sentence for Huell. Jimmy takes a bus trip to Huell's hometown, Coushatta, Louisiana. Along the way, he uses the office supplies Kim purchased to write postcards and letters of support for Huell, and enlists the other passengers to help. The mail is completed with Coushatta return addresses and Jimmy sends it from there so it will have a Coushatta postmark. When Judge Munsinger receives the mail supporting Huell, he insists on avoiding a trial, so Suzanne and Kim try to reach a plea deal. Suzanne is suspicious and investigates, but Jimmy has arranged for pay-as-you-go cellular phones to receive Suzanne's calls, which he and the student film crew who made his TV ads answer with scripted lines that vouch for Huell as a hometown hero. Jimmy has also created a fake website for the Coushatta church which appears to take donations to aid in Huell's defense. The phony show of support convinces Suzanne, and she makes a favorable deal that keeps Huell out of prison. Kim and Jimmy make out in a courthouse stairwell and have celebratory sex that night.
    • The next day, Kim meets with Kevin and Paige to discuss the ongoing Mesa Verde bank expansion. Kevin is still interested in rapid growth, but an increasingly uninterested Kim counsels caution. Later that day, she pulls out the tequila bottle stopper she kept as a souvenir of the previous scam she ran with Jimmy and reminisces. Jimmy scouts for new offices in anticipation of having his law license restored. Kim is elated by the success of their trick and indicates to Jimmy that she wants to engage in similar behavior in the future.
    • Mike arranges a strip club outing for Werner and his construction crew. Mike and Werner head to a quieter bar to talk personally, but Kai starts a fight at the strip club and Mike has to return to restore order. By the time he gets back to the bar, Werner is drunk and discussing with strangers the engineering details of underground concrete construction. The next day, Mike explains to Werner that even though he did not expose precise information about the meth lab, the men he spoke to would likely remember him, making it possible for someone to discover who built it and who owns it. Werner promises it won't happen again, and Mike makes a veiled reference to the likelihood that he will be killed if it does, which Werner acknowledges he understands. Mike updates Gus on construction and reports on the reasons for the delays, including the need to blast through a solid rock wall to install an elevator. He informs Gus about Werner's conversation at the bar and assures Gus he's keeping a watchful eye on Werner to prevent a similar action from happening again.
    • Nacho has recovered from his gunshot wounds and takes on a more prominent role in the Salamanca organization. During weekly collections from their drug dealers, Nacho trains Domingo to handle punishment for dealers short in their weekly payments the same way Hector taught Nacho to do when Domingo was short. When placing money in his safe, he looks at the fake Manitoba identity cards he's had prepared for himself and his father. To his surprise, Eduardo "Lalo" Salamanca arrives to aid in running the family business. Unlike Hector, who did not concern himself with day-to-day details, Lalo seems to be interested in every aspect of the enterprise, giving Nacho cause for concern.
  • February 8-February 12, 2004: Wiedersehen
    • Jimmy and Kim successfully work a scam to replace the approved plans for the Mesa Verde bank branch in Lubbock, Texas with plans for a bigger building without going through the city government's lengthy refiling process. On their way back to Albuquerque, Jimmy talks of getting reinstated to the bar the next day, and using their combined abilities for more scams, but Kim counsels caution.
    • Jimmy attends his reinstatement hearing and answers the committee's questions. One member throws him off at the end by asking why he wants to practice law and who inspired him; Jimmy pauses a bit at both but still provides eloquent answers. They tell him that they will let him know the results by mail in a few days, but Jimmy becomes nervous after he leaves and waits near the hearing room. When the committee leaves, he finds out from their secretary that they have denied his reinstatement. When Jimmy confronts the panel's chairman, he tells Jimmy that some of his answers were insincere, and he can apply for reinstatement again in a year.
    • Kim and Jimmy meet in the parking garage of S&C's office building and Jimmy complains about how he was treated during the hearing. Kim identifies the problem, and points out that Jimmy never mentioned Chuck in his last two answers; since his dispute with Chuck was the reason for his suspension, the panel members considered his answers to be less than genuine. Jimmy gets defensive about his relationship with Chuck, and argues with Kim. He accuses Kim of "slumming" with him any time she needs a favor or wants to run a con, and says she sees him only as "Slippin' Jimmy". Kim angrily points out that she has been Jimmy's biggest supporter since they first met, and has helped him recover from all his mistakes. That night, Jimmy returns to Kim's apartment and wordlessly starts packing his belongings. He admits he screwed up at the hearing and damaged their relationship, and Kim asks if he still wants to be a lawyer. He says he does, and Kim says she will help make it happen.
  • February 13: Kim's 36th birthday
  • February 14- March 21, 2004: Wiedersehen
    • Lalo and Nacho visit Hector, who has been transferred to a nursing home, and communicates only by moving the index finger of his right hand. Lalo reminds Hector of the time he burned down a hotel and killed its owner after the owner, a former college professor, treated Hector disrespectfully. He reveals he kept a souvenir — a concierge bell from the front desk. He ties the bell to Hector's wheelchair, allowing Hector to communicate more effectively. Lalo asks Nacho to step away while he talks to Hector about Gus and then asks Nacho to take him to Los Pollos Hermanos so he can meet Gus in person. Gus acts happy to meet Lalo, but gives Nacho an angry glare, and Nacho can only look back apologetically. Lalo tells Gus that the Salamancas are appreciative of Gus' efforts to save Hector and postulates that perhaps Don Eladio wants continued bad blood between Gus and the Salamancas in order to preserve his own position. Lalo suggests that perhaps Gus and the Salamancas should cooperate more closely, but Gus states he is happy with the current arrangements. Lalo then takes back his original statement, replying that the Salamancas would never really do anything to injure their relationship with Eladio. Lalo asks Nacho to take him to Gus' chicken farm so he can see the location where the Salamancas pick up their drugs after Gus' trucks bring the shipments over the border.
    • Werner and his crew prepare to blast the rock preventing construction of the elevator in the meth lab under the laundry. When the pre-firing test fails, Werner traces the electrical wire for one of the charges. While in the construction area, he suffers a panic attack before finding a splice that has come apart. He repairs it, returns to the rest of the crew, and pretends there's nothing wrong, though his hands are shaking behind his back. Tyrus drives a semi-truck over a pothole outside the laundry in a move timed to coincide with the detonation, which masks its sound and shock. Werner's crew celebrates the successful blast, knowing the end of their longer than expected job is in sight. Werner admits to Mike that he misses his wife and asks if it's possible to fly to Germany for a weekend, and then come back to finish the work. Instead, Mike offers Werner a longer than usual phone call with his wife, which Werner accepts. After the call, Werner returns to his housing unit, but looks around the warehouse at the video cameras. When Mike receives his morning report from the on duty security team the next day, he notices a few monitors show displays with dead pixels. He and his team check the warehouse, and find that Werner used a laser to temporarily disable the cameras by increasing their voltage, creating a flash effect of several seconds that permitted him to move through the warehouse undetected. He then used a hacksaw blade to cut through the padlocks for the doors leading to the roof, and escaped by climbing down the building's maintenance ladder.
  • March 22 - April 1, 2004: Winner
    • Mike arranges a search party to locate Werner Ziegler, while he tries to track down Werner through a money wire agency by pretending to be Werner's brother-in-law and convincing the clerk to let him look at the security camera footage. After confirming that Werner had been there, Mike meets with Gus and shows him the note Werner left indicating he would be gone for four days to be with his wife, and would return to complete the work on the meth lab. Gus confirms that Werner's wife is due at the Denver International Airport within the day. Mike convinces Gus to let him try to find Werner and make him return rather than kill him. While reviewing the transcript of the last call Werner made to his wife from the warehouse, Mike discovers that he is likely going to a local hot spring, and begins calling hotels near facilities in the New Mexico area.
    • Lalo stakes out Gus' chicken farm, where he sees Gus, Victor, and Tyrus leaving to search for Werner. He follows and observes the meeting between Gus and Mike. He tails Mike as Mike continues to search for Werner, but Mike notices the car that's following him and evades it. Lalo goes back to the money wire agency where he saw Mike meet with Gus, but the clerk refuses to give him any information, so he kills the clerk and reviews the security camera footage that shows Mike picking up tourist pamphlets for the hot springs, then burns down the building. Lalo calls hotels until he locates Werner and then places a call to him in which Lalo pretends to work for Gus, enabling him to extract some details of Werner's work on the "superlab" before Mike arrives at Werner's location and ends the call.
    • Mike takes Werner to a remote site and calls Gus to inform him of Lalo's activities. Gus realizes that Lalo knows about Werner and can trace his work back to Gus, so he intends to send men to kill Werner, but Mike persuades Gus to let him do it. Mike has Werner call his wife at the airport and convince her to return to Germany, then assures him that his men will be sent home without incident. He also promises to make Werner's death look like an accident and ensure there's a believable story for authorities to accept, so that his wife will know he died but won't wonder how or why. Werner walks off to look up at the stars and Mike shoots him in the head. Later, Mike meets Gus at the construction site, which Gus is showing to Gale, and it is revealed that the underground meth "superlab" has been created in accordance with Gale's design.
    • On the anniversary of Chuck's death, Jimmy and Kim place "in memoriam" ads in the local newspapers. Jimmy then spends the day feigning mourning at Chuck's gravesite as several of Chuck's former associates visit it. Later that day, Howard holds a celebration to dedicate a law library reading room in Chuck's name, at which he announces HHM's recovery from its recent setbacks. The reading room was paid for by an anonymous donor, but Kim and Drama Girl, who's working as a server at the catered event, reveal to the guests as gossip the fact that Jimmy was the anonymous donor. Kim has Jimmy use these events to his advantage prior to the reinstatement appeal, hoping to influence the panel by showing that despite how he appeared during his first hearing, Jimmy is actually grief-stricken over Chuck's death. Later, Jimmy and Howard sit on a panel reviewing potential candidates for scholarships in Chuck's name. Jimmy focuses on Christy, a student whose background includes a shoplifting charge when she was younger, and tries unsuccessfully to persuade the other board members to award her a scholarship. He follows her out to give her the bad news, and tells her the results were predetermined because the wealthy and powerful will never look past her mistake. He uses the same phrase Chuck used to cut ties with him - that she's "not all that important" to them[a] - and encourages her not to stick to the straight and narrow path she is trying to follow, but to cut corners and do whatever is necessary to succeed because "the winner takes it all". In the parking garage afterward, Jimmy's car won't start and he weeps uncontrollably out of frustration for Christy's situation, recognizing the similarities between her circumstances and his.
    • When Jimmy returns home, Kim is preparing a speech for Jimmy to use at his appeal, and he makes the same point about himself that he made to Christy about her situation - that no matter how hard he tries to overcome his past, the people with wealth and power won't let him. At his appeal hearing, Jimmy begins to use Chuck's last letter to him as part of his argument, but stops midway and gives a seemingly impromptu speech about his remorse for Chuck's death, how much Chuck influenced his decision to pursue the law as a career, and how hard he'll work to be worthy of the McGill name if he's reinstated. Jimmy's speech earns visibly emotional expressions from the panel and from Kim. He wins reinstatement and then stuns Kim by revealing that his speech was actually an insincere performance. When the panel's secretary arrives to lead Jimmy to the office where he'll fill out the paperwork so he can regain his law license, he asks for a doing business as form and states his intention not to practice law under the name "McGill". As he walks down the hall, an even more shocked Kim asks Jimmy what he's doing. He briefly turns around to face her and says "S'all good, man!"
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2003, continued
  • March 7-18, 2003: Fall
    • Jimmy discovers from Irene, one of his former elder law clients who represents the class in the Sandpiper Crossing lawsuit, that the company has offered a settlement which if accepted by D&M and HHM will result in a payment to Jimmy of $1.16 million. Irene has refused to accept the settlement because the D&M and HHM lawyers have advised her they believe they can get Sandpiper Crossing to offer more. Jimmy tries to persuade Howard to accept the settlement, but Howard refuses.
    • Howard and Chuck meet with their malpractice insurance agents, who inform them that the insurance carrier will need to raise HHM's premium substantially or arrange to have Chuck supervised by another attorney at all times. Chuck refuses and instead decides to fight the insurance company in court. Howard disagrees with Chuck's plan, and says Chuck will be forced to retire since his judgment can no longer be trusted. Chuck sues HHM for $8 million, the value of his share of the partnership.
    • Mike becomes a contracted "security consultant" to Madrigal, a paper transaction designed to launder his stolen money by having him give his cash to Lydia, and then receive monthly checks from Madrigal as supposed fees for his expert advice. Kim takes on Gatwood Oil as a second client in order to have an income sufficient to cover office expenses in case Jimmy can't pay his half while his law license is suspended. Nacho admits to his father that he is working for Hector, and begs him to follow Hector's orders. Nacho's father refuses and orders Nacho to leave his house.
    • Jimmy pulls a series of psychological and social manipulation tricks to turn Irene's friends against her, so that she believes refusing the Sandpiper settlement is against the interests of her fellow clients. She decides to accept it, meaning Jimmy will receive his much needed share. He returns to his office to give Kim the good news, but she is too busy preparing for an important meeting with Gatwood Oil and leaves in a rush. Due to fatigue from overwork, Kim falls asleep at the wheel and drives her car off the side of the road, crashing into a boulder.
  • March 18-22, 2003: Lantern
    • Jimmy visits Kim in the hospital, where her broken arm has been put in a cast. After she is discharged, the two return to the site of her car crash and Jimmy picks up her scattered Gatwood Oil papers. The following morning, Jimmy feels partly responsible for her accident because she took on a second client to keep their office open during the suspension of his law license. Kim replies that she alone is responsible, and expresses guilt at the possibility that she could have killed someone by falling asleep at the wheel.
    • Chuck promises to abandon his breach of contract lawsuit against HHM if he's allowed to keep his position with the firm. Instead, Howard presents Chuck a check for $3 million—the first of three installment payments. Chuck believed HHM couldn't afford to pay him $8 million, so he'd be able to stay with the firm, but Howard used loans and personal savings to raise enough for the first payment. Howard criticizes Chuck for putting his personal vendetta against Jimmy ahead of the firm's needs, but then praises Chuck profusely as he informs HHM's staff of Chuck's immediate retirement.
    • Hector attempts to bribe Nacho's father Manuel to allow him to use Manuel's upholstery shop as a front for Hector's drug business. Manuel demands that Hector leave, but Nacho reminds him that saying no to Hector could place their family at risk, so Manuel reluctantly takes the money. Francesca presents Kim with get-well gifts from her clients and Kim tells Francesca to cancel her meeting with Gatwood Oil and postpone her other appointments. They rent movies at a Blockbuster store, which Kim watches with Jimmy while staying home from work.
    • Jimmy tries to make amends with Chuck but Chuck tells Jimmy it's in his nature to hurt everybody around him and that he was never all that important to Chuck anyway. Chuck later relapses and his electromagnetic hypersensitivity symptoms cause him shut off the power to his house and stack all his appliances outside, then destroy the walls of his house and remove old wiring in an attempt to find out what's making his electricity meter continue to run. Unable to find the source, he finally destroys the meter itself.
    • Jimmy checks on Irene, expecting her friends to have forgiven her after she agreed to accept the Sandpiper settlement. To his shock, Irene's friends still don't trust her, because now they think she'll do anything to get on their good side. His attempts to take the blame himself make Irene's friends respect him more and her less. He finally stages an argument with Erin Brill, his former D&M colleague, in which he "accidentally" admits to the tricks he played to get Irene to accept, which vindicates Irene to her friends and causes Irene to withdraw her acceptance.
    • Nacho plans to ambush Hector in order to protect his father. Before he can act, he's pulled into a meeting between Hector, Gus, and Juan Bolsa. Bolsa says that because Salamanca family trucks have been attacked, their routes for smuggling drugs from Mexico to the U.S. are not safe, so from now on Gus's organization will handle the cross-border smuggling for both Gus's operation and Hector's. An enraged Hector suffers a stroke and collapses. As Mike advised, while Hector's bodyguards are calling for an ambulance and Gus is rendering first aid, Nacho takes the fake nitroglycerin capsules and replaces them with the real ones. Gus seems suspicious, but says nothing.
    • The next day, Jimmy and Kim move out of their office space. They apologize to Francesca for laying her off, but she says she will be able to return to her job at the Motor Vehicle Division. Kim insists that Jimmy keep his contact list, despite the fact that his admission to tricking Irene has guaranteed the end of his elder care law practice. That night, Chuck lies on a couch in his wrecked house and intentionally kicks a table several times. His kicks cause a gas lantern to fall and start a fire, but he makes no attempt to leave.
  • March 23-31, 2003: Smoke
    • Howard calls Jimmy and Kim about the fire at Chuck's, and they arrive as Chuck's body is taken away. Jimmy sees the appliances outside Chuck's home and realizes his electromagnetic hypersensitivity symptoms returned. He falls into a deep depression which Kim tries to help him out of. Howard takes on the responsibility of arranging Chuck's funeral.
    • Mike receives his first payment from Madrigal Electromotive as a contracted security consultant, which Gus arranged to launder the money Mike stole from the Salamancas. Though meant to be a paper transaction, Mike enters a Madrigal facility, performs a detailed security audit, and turns the results over to the facility manager with instructions to let Lydia know he was there.
    • An ambulance comes to take Hector to the hospital after he suffers a stroke at a meeting with Juan Bolsa, Gus and Nacho. Following Mike's advice, Nacho takes the fake capsules containing ibuprofen from Hector and replaces them with Hector's real nitroglycerin. He tries to dispose of the fakes but is interrupted by Gus, who says they need to meet with Juan Bolsa immediately. Bolsa puts Nacho and Arturo in charge of the Salamanca operation for the time being. Afterwards, Nacho drives to a bridge and throws the ibuprofen away, unaware Victor has followed him.
    • Several of Chuck's friends and associates attend his funeral and give Jimmy their condolences. After the service, Howard tells Jimmy and Kim he believes Chuck relapsed because Howard forced him out of HHM, so he feels responsible for Chuck's death. Kim is shocked as Jimmy lets Howard shoulder the blame and immediately regains his happy-go-lucky demeanor.
  • April 7, 2003: Breathe
    • Jimmy begins to look for a job as part of his suspension from legal practice. At Neff Copiers, he interviews for a sales position but they reject him given his legal background. As Jimmy leaves, he turns around and gives them the "hard sell" on needing the job immediately. The owners fall for the con, and Jimmy is upset for how easily they fell for it, and refuses to accept it. As he departs, he notices a collection of Hummel figurines among their awards.
    • Lydia meets with Mike to discuss his recent security audit, reminding him his job was only meant to be on paper as a front to launder the stolen money. Mike tells Lydia if she has any complaints to talk to Gus, and when she does, Gus tacitly approves of Mike's continued actions.
    • Howard meets with Kim and Rebecca to discuss Chuck's estate. This includes a sealed letter and US$5,000 for Jimmy, just enough to prevent him from challenging the will. After Rebecca leaves, Kim furiously accuses Howard of treating Jimmy poorly since his days in the mail room. That evening, Kim gives Jimmy the check, but decides to hold back on the letter. Jimmy checks on the value of the Hummel figurines at Neff Copiers and then calls Mike.
    • Gus learns that Hector is comatose, and arranges for Dr. Bruckner, a skilled physician from Johns Hopkins to oversee his treatment; additionally, Dr. Bruckner speaks fluent Spanish and is able to explain Hector's health and course of recovery to the Cousins who have arrived to watch over Hector. Tyrus brings Gus a copy of Hector's medical file, revealing there was no nitroglycerin in his system despite being part of his heart medication.
    • Nacho and Arturo arrive at the Los Pollos Hermanos chicken farm to take their share of the next drug shipment. Arturo strongarms Gus's men for an extra kilo as he had seen Nacho do in an earlier deal. As they leave, Gus suddenly leaps on Arturo and suffocates him in a plastic bag. Gus then tells Nacho he knows he switched Hector's medication, but has yet to tell the Salmancas. Gus warns Nacho, "From now on, you are mine."
  • April 8-9, 2003: Something Beautiful
    • Nacho aids Victor and Tyrus to make it appear that his car was attacked and the drugs picked up at Los Pollos Hermanos stolen, including riddling the car and Arturo's body with bullets and shooting Nacho twice. Nacho calls the Cousins, who burn the car and take Nacho to veterinarian Dr. Caldera, who succeeds in saving Nacho's life.
    • Juan Bolsa tells Gus that because drug and cash shipments have been disrupted several times, Gus should begin investigating the feasibility of making meth within the United States rather than relying on cocaine from Mexico, unaware this is what Gus intended. Gus visits Gale Boetticher, a post-graduate student and researcher at the University of New Mexico, who reports on the poor quality of a meth sample Gus asked him to evaluate. Gale says he could produce a higher quality product, but Gus assures him he is destined for better things.
    • Jimmy asks Mike to steal a valuable Hummel figurine from Neff Copiers and replace it with an inexpensive one that looks similar. Mike refuses, so Jimmy turns to Ira for help. Ira agrees, but during the theft, he finds one of the owners is sleeping in the office. He calls Jimmy for help and Jimmy creates a distraction that enables Ira to leave with the Hummel.
    • With her arm healed, Kim returns to work on the Mesa Verde account. Bank president Kevin Watchell welcomes her back and shows her plans for their aggressive expansion. Concerned about the rate of growth, and increasingly bored with banking law, Kim gives the work to her paralegal Viola, and asks to be dropped off at the courthouse.
    • That evening, Kim decides to give Jimmy the letter from Chuck that was part of Chuck's will. Jimmy reads the undated letter aloud, which appears to have been written while he worked in HHM's mailroom. It seems on the surface to be full of praise, but is slightly condescending and contains backhanded compliments. Jimmy calls it "nice", but Kim begins crying and runs off to their bedroom.
  • April 10-12, 2003: Talk
    • Mike is revealed to be discussing his son at a group therapy session with Stacey, and ends his time by saying "You wanted me to talk. I talked."
    • Jimmy is offered a position as a shift manager at a cellular phone store. He initially declines, but when Kim suggests he see a therapist instead, he accepts the position. The store sees little traffic, and Jimmy soon becomes bored. Ira meets with Jimmy to hand over his share of the stolen Hummel figurine and offers to steal others in the future.
    • Kim avoids Mesa Verde work by spending the day in Judge Munsinger's courtroom. He calls her to his office during a recess, warning her that if he sees her again in his courtroom, he will assign her pro bono work. When Munsinger returns to the bench, he spots Kim again waiting in the audience.
    • As part of covering up the fake attack on Nacho and Arturo, Victor sells the Salamanca's portion of the drugs to the Espinosas's, their rivals. After Nacho tips them off, the Cousins raid the Espinosas's headquarters, killing most of the gang and recovering the drugs. After returning the drugs, they retreat back to Mexico to avoid police scrutiny. Nacho recognizes that Gus had planned for this, as Gus is now able to expand into the Espinosas's territory without resistance. Nacho convinces his reluctant father to let him stay with him while he recovers from his wounds.
    • During lunch with Anita, Mike explains that Henry, another member of their support group, has been lying about his past, falsely claiming to have a wife who died. At the next meeting Mike is put in a bad mood when Stacey says she was able to get through most of a day without thinking of Matt, so he angrily confronts Henry about his lies. Having been exposed, Henry wordlessly leaves the room. Mike then condemns Anita, Stacey and the other participants for being so self-absorbed they are unable to see through Henry's obvious falsehoods.
    • After performing another Madrigal site inspection, Mike meets with Gus, who feigns anger that Mike did not tell him Nacho intended to kill Hector, but Mike points out that he had promised only not to kill Hector himself. Mike then asks Gus bluntly for information about "the job" he wants done.
  • April 13-14, 2003: Quite a Ride
    • Jimmy sells pay-as-you-go phones to a customer who saw his "privacy sold here" sign. He then starts selling prepaid phones on the street, but the venture proves unsuccessful when he is mugged by three teenagers. Kim tends his wounds while Jimmy is concerned that he did not realize the teenagers' intent because he was not thinking clearly. He promises to call the psychiatrist Kim recommended, but instead returns to CC Mobile and spends the day removing the storefront sign.
    • Mike escorts engineers through the laundry to evaluate it as a site for Gus's planned meth "superlab". One glibly asserts he can easily do the job, but is turned away by Gus, who listens in from a nearby room. Another, Werner Ziegler, impresses Gus by forthrightly expressing his concerns about the risk. Gus offers him the job of planning and overseeing the lab's construction.
    • Kim thrives in the environment of her pro bono criminal defense work. While waiting for a client to dress before going to court, Paige calls from Mesa Verde and insists they need her help immediately to fix recently filed paperwork. Kim hangs up on Paige and sees her criminal case through, then goes to Mesa Verde. Paige informs her that the bank's legal staff had to drop everything else to fix the problem, and reminds her that when she became Mesa Verde's outside counsel, she promised that the bank would be her sole focus. Kim apologizes and promises it will not happen again.
    • Jimmy meets Howard in the courthouse restroom and sees that he is looking sleepless, but Howard does not divulge why. Jimmy offers Howard the phone number of the psychiatrist Kim recommended. Howard claims he is going to therapy, so Jimmy throws the number away. Jimmy meets with his probation officer and states his intent to resume practicing law once the one-year suspension of his law license is over.
  • April 15, 2003: Piñata
    • Late at night, Kim tries to review her Mesa Verde records for the next day's work, but her attention is drawn to her pro bono criminal defense cases. She goes to bed and finds Jimmy asleep, surrounded by notes and sketches that show he still dreams of re-starting the Wexler-McGill law office once his suspension is over. The next morning, Jimmy explains that he decided not to go to the psychologist as she suggested, and leaves for work at the cell phone store. Kim meets with Rich at Schweikart & Cokely, where she makes a successful pitch to join as a partner and run a new banking division, which will enable her to handle both Mesa Verde and criminal cases. She informs Jimmy of her acceptance over lunch, falsely telling him that Schweikart & Cokely sought her out. He leaves the table and experiences an anxiety attack, but returns to congratulate her and tell her he's supportive.
    • While at the cellular phone store, Jimmy gets a call from a relative of his first elder law client, Geraldine Strauss, and learns that she died and the relative is her executor. The executor asks questions about the will Jimmy drew up. He explains that he no longer practices law and refers the executor to HHM. Jimmy breaks down emotionally from the call, and after work, Jimmy re-watches his first elder law commercial, which starred Geraldine.
    • Gus and Mike discuss arrangements for housing Werner Ziegler and his construction crew while they build the meth "superlab" under the laundry. While Gus has already installed two modular homes within a large warehouse for basic needs, Mike recommends adding several amenities to keep the workers happy, as well as security and monitoring provisions for both entrance and exit. Gus agrees, and after learning that Hector's health has taken a turn for the worse, has Mike work with Tyrus to complete preparations. Mike apologizes to Stacey for his behavior in exposing Henry's lies at the support group meeting, and Stacey allows him to begin seeing Kaylee again. Mike meets Werner and his workers when they arrive, and explains their living arrangements. Kai, one of the workers, appears dismissive and disdainful, but Werner vouches for him and says he'll settle in once the work starts. Despite Werner's assurances, Mike tells his security team to pay special attention to Kai's activities.
    • Gus visits a still hospitalized and unconscious Hector late at night and recounts a childhood story about a coati that ate the fruit from a lúcuma tree Gus had carefully tended in Chile. He trapped the coati, which broke its leg in trying to escape. Rather than killing it, which would have been humane, Gus held it and let it suffer until it died. As Gus finishes the story, he gets up to depart, with Hector still unconscious in his bed.
    • Jimmy visits HHM to pick up his $5,000 inheritance check, and notices the firm is downsizing and Howard is still disengaged and depressed following Chuck's death. Howard explains that HHM is having trouble paying out to Chuck's estate and its reputation has been severely damaged by recent events, so clients are leaving. Before departing, Jimmy tries a "tough love" pep talk to rouse Howard back into action. Jimmy uses the money to buy pay-as-you-go phones for resale on the street, which he stores at the nail salon against Mrs. Nguyen's wishes. He preemptively seeks out the three teenagers who robbed him before and tries to convince them to either help sell his phones for a share of the profits, or take a smaller cut as protection money for leaving him alone. They attempt to rob him again instead, but he leads them on a chase that ends with the boys caught in a trap sprung by Huell and Man Mountain. They tie the boys up and hang them upside down. While Huell and Man Mountain use bats to smash through a room full of piñatas close to their heads, Jimmy obtains an agreement that the boys will leave him alone and tell everyone else on the street that he's off-limits.
  • April 16 - December 31, 2003: Something Stupid
    • Over eight months, Jimmy and Kim are shown to be drifting further apart, even as they continue to live together. Kim's arm heals and her cast is removed, leaving her less dependent on Jimmy. She thrives at Schweikart & Cokely, with the Mesa Verde expansion proceeding on schedule, and Kim finding time to continue the pro bono criminal defense work that gives her personal satisfaction. Jimmy continues his boring job at the cellular phone store, but his side business re-selling prepaid phones on the street continues to grow. Jimmy's increasing contacts with Albuquerque's criminals cause him to frequently use the "Saul Goodman" alias. The time jump ends in early 2004, with Kim and Jimmy on opposite sides of Kim's bed, still in split-screen, while Kim's side slowly goes dark.
    • Hector begins to recover, and Dr. Bruckner helps with his therapy. Dr. Bruckner shows Gus video footage of a session which indicates Hector has improved cognitively and has limited mobility in his right hand, a sign the therapy is working. Dr. Bruckner dismisses Hector knocking a glass of water over as an involuntary action, but Gus sees that Hector did it purposely so he could ogle the nurse who bent over to clean it up. Gus tells Dr. Bruckner to end further treatment, in effect trapping Hector's healed mind inside his unhealed body.
    • Werner's crew begins excavating the meth "superlab" under the industrial laundry. The work proceeds more slowly than anticipated, and when Casper accidentally knocks over a ceiling support with the skid-steer loader he's driving, Kai and Casper get into a shoving match. Mike intervenes to stop the fight and later meets the crew at their warehouse quarters, where Werner apologizes for their behavior. Mike wonders if they would be better off without Kai, but Werner suggests that his crew just needs some rest and relaxation, since they have been on the job far longer than anticipated.
  • June, 2003: Jesse graduated high school?
  • July 8, 2003: Walt Jr’s 10th birthday
  • August 11, 2003: Skyler’s 33rd birthday
  • September 7, 2003: Walt’s 45th birthday
  • September 24, 2003: Jesse’s 19th birthday
  • November 12, 2003: Jimmy's 43rd birthday
2004
  • Approximate: Leonel and Marco Salamanca are 27 years old
  • January 1-16, 2004: Something Stupid
    • Jimmy shows Huell a prospective space for his new law offices, which he plans to finance with the profits from his cellular phone side business. Kim takes Jimmy to a reception at Schweikart & Cokely; initially charming and gracious, he increasingly feels out of place, and ducks into Kim's office. As he looks around, he realizes how successful she is, and how much better her office is than the one he showed Huell. He returns to the party and embarrasses Kim by making a fool of himself during a conversation with Rich and the other S & C lawyers.
    • Jimmy continues to re-sell phones on the street, with his business now based in the back of a van on the outskirts of town. An off-duty police officer in plain clothes arrives and displays one of Jimmy's business cards, which he took from a drug dealer who purchased one of Jimmy's phones. He suggests Jimmy target a better class of customers and Jimmy argues that he's running a legal, legitimate business. During the dispute, Huell returns from a trip to buy lunch. Because he's wearing headphones, he doesn't understand the context of the argument, and strikes the police officer with a shopping bag containing sandwiches before Jimmy can stop him. The officer knows Huell from past interactions and arrests him. Jimmy is still a month from being reinstated to the bar, and can't represent Huell, so he enlists Kim's aid. Kim reluctantly accepts, but refuses to use unethical tricks to ruin the police officer's reputation. She wants Jimmy to assure that Huell will not flee before his court appearance, but Jimmy's reply is less than convincing. Kim tries to plea bargain with Suzanne Ericsen, the prosecutor in Huell's case, but his arrest record precludes Suzanne from agreeing to a deal. On her way to meet with Huell, Kim stops to buy office supplies and then calls Jimmy to tell him to stop whatever he's doing to help Huell, because she has a better way to handle the situation.
  • January 17 - February 1, 2004: Coushatta
    • Kim enlists Schweikart & Cokely employees to aid Huell's defense and previews a plan to bury prosecutor Suzanne Ericsen in motions and paperwork when Suzanne refuses to budge on seeking the maximum 18-month sentence for Huell. Jimmy takes a bus trip to Huell's hometown, Coushatta, Louisiana. Along the way, he uses the office supplies Kim purchased to write postcards and letters of support for Huell, and enlists the other passengers to help. The mail is completed with Coushatta return addresses and Jimmy sends it from there so it will have a Coushatta postmark. When Judge Munsinger receives the mail supporting Huell, he insists on avoiding a trial, so Suzanne and Kim try to reach a plea deal. Suzanne is suspicious and investigates, but Jimmy has arranged for pay-as-you-go cellular phones to receive Suzanne's calls, which he and the student film crew who made his TV ads answer with scripted lines that vouch for Huell as a hometown hero. Jimmy has also created a fake website for the Coushatta church which appears to take donations to aid in Huell's defense. The phony show of support convinces Suzanne, and she makes a favorable deal that keeps Huell out of prison. Kim and Jimmy make out in a courthouse stairwell and have celebratory sex that night.
    • The next day, Kim meets with Kevin and Paige to discuss the ongoing Mesa Verde bank expansion. Kevin is still interested in rapid growth, but an increasingly uninterested Kim counsels caution. Later that day, she pulls out the tequila bottle stopper she kept as a souvenir of the previous scam she ran with Jimmy and reminisces. Jimmy scouts for new offices in anticipation of having his law license restored. Kim is elated by the success of their trick and indicates to Jimmy that she wants to engage in similar behavior in the future.
    • Mike arranges a strip club outing for Werner and his construction crew. Mike and Werner head to a quieter bar to talk personally, but Kai starts a fight at the strip club and Mike has to return to restore order. By the time he gets back to the bar, Werner is drunk and discussing with strangers the engineering details of underground concrete construction. The next day, Mike explains to Werner that even though he did not expose precise information about the meth lab, the men he spoke to would likely remember him, making it possible for someone to discover who built it and who owns it. Werner promises it won't happen again, and Mike makes a veiled reference to the likelihood that he will be killed if it does, which Werner acknowledges he understands. Mike updates Gus on construction and reports on the reasons for the delays, including the need to blast through a solid rock wall to install an elevator. He informs Gus about Werner's conversation at the bar and assures Gus he's keeping a watchful eye on Werner to prevent a similar action from happening again.
    • Nacho has recovered from his gunshot wounds and takes on a more prominent role in the Salamanca organization. During weekly collections from their drug dealers, Nacho trains Domingo to handle punishment for dealers short in their weekly payments the same way Hector taught Nacho to do when Domingo was short. When placing money in his safe, he looks at the fake Manitoba identity cards he's had prepared for himself and his father. To his surprise, Eduardo "Lalo" Salamanca arrives to aid in running the family business. Unlike Hector, who did not concern himself with day-to-day details, Lalo seems to be interested in every aspect of the enterprise, giving Nacho cause for concern.
  • February 8-February 12, 2004: Wiedersehen
    • Jimmy and Kim successfully work a scam to replace the approved plans for the Mesa Verde bank branch in Lubbock, Texas with plans for a bigger building without going through the city government's lengthy refiling process. On their way back to Albuquerque, Jimmy talks of getting reinstated to the bar the next day, and using their combined abilities for more scams, but Kim counsels caution.
    • Jimmy attends his reinstatement hearing and answers the committee's questions. One member throws him off at the end by asking why he wants to practice law and who inspired him; Jimmy pauses a bit at both but still provides eloquent answers. They tell him that they will let him know the results by mail in a few days, but Jimmy becomes nervous after he leaves and waits near the hearing room. When the committee leaves, he finds out from their secretary that they have denied his reinstatement. When Jimmy confronts the panel's chairman, he tells Jimmy that some of his answers were insincere, and he can apply for reinstatement again in a year.
    • Kim and Jimmy meet in the parking garage of S&C's office building and Jimmy complains about how he was treated during the hearing. Kim identifies the problem, and points out that Jimmy never mentioned Chuck in his last two answers; since his dispute with Chuck was the reason for his suspension, the panel members considered his answers to be less than genuine. Jimmy gets defensive about his relationship with Chuck, and argues with Kim. He accuses Kim of "slumming" with him any time she needs a favor or wants to run a con, and says she sees him only as "Slippin' Jimmy". Kim angrily points out that she has been Jimmy's biggest supporter since they first met, and has helped him recover from all his mistakes. That night, Jimmy returns to Kim's apartment and wordlessly starts packing his belongings. He admits he screwed up at the hearing and damaged their relationship, and Kim asks if he still wants to be a lawyer. He says he does, and Kim says she will help make it happen.
  • February 13: Kim's 36th birthday
  • February 14- March 21, 2004: Wiedersehen
    • Lalo and Nacho visit Hector, who has been transferred to a nursing home, and communicates only by moving the index finger of his right hand. Lalo reminds Hector of the time he burned down a hotel and killed its owner after the owner, a former college professor, treated Hector disrespectfully. He reveals he kept a souvenir — a concierge bell from the front desk. He ties the bell to Hector's wheelchair, allowing Hector to communicate more effectively. Lalo asks Nacho to step away while he talks to Hector about Gus and then asks Nacho to take him to Los Pollos Hermanos so he can meet Gus in person. Gus acts happy to meet Lalo, but gives Nacho an angry glare, and Nacho can only look back apologetically. Lalo tells Gus that the Salamancas are appreciative of Gus' efforts to save Hector and postulates that perhaps Don Eladio wants continued bad blood between Gus and the Salamancas in order to preserve his own position. Lalo suggests that perhaps Gus and the Salamancas should cooperate more closely, but Gus states he is happy with the current arrangements. Lalo then takes back his original statement, replying that the Salamancas would never really do anything to injure their relationship with Eladio. Lalo asks Nacho to take him to Gus' chicken farm so he can see the location where the Salamancas pick up their drugs after Gus' trucks bring the shipments over the border.
    • Werner and his crew prepare to blast the rock preventing construction of the elevator in the meth lab under the laundry. When the pre-firing test fails, Werner traces the electrical wire for one of the charges. While in the construction area, he suffers a panic attack before finding a splice that has come apart. He repairs it, returns to the rest of the crew, and pretends there's nothing wrong, though his hands are shaking behind his back. Tyrus drives a semi-truck over a pothole outside the laundry in a move timed to coincide with the detonation, which masks its sound and shock. Werner's crew celebrates the successful blast, knowing the end of their longer than expected job is in sight. Werner admits to Mike that he misses his wife and asks if it's possible to fly to Germany for a weekend, and then come back to finish the work. Instead, Mike offers Werner a longer than usual phone call with his wife, which Werner accepts. After the call, Werner returns to his housing unit, but looks around the warehouse at the video cameras. When Mike receives his morning report from the on duty security team the next day, he notices a few monitors show displays with dead pixels. He and his team check the warehouse, and find that Werner used a laser to temporarily disable the cameras by increasing their voltage, creating a flash effect of several seconds that permitted him to move through the warehouse undetected. He then used a hacksaw blade to cut through the padlocks for the doors leading to the roof, and escaped by climbing down the building's maintenance ladder.
  • March 22 - April 1, 2004: Winner
    • Mike arranges a search party to locate Werner Ziegler, while he tries to track down Werner through a money wire agency by pretending to be Werner's brother-in-law and convincing the clerk to let him look at the security camera footage. After confirming that Werner had been there, Mike meets with Gus and shows him the note Werner left indicating he would be gone for four days to be with his wife, and would return to complete the work on the meth lab. Gus confirms that Werner's wife is due at the Denver International Airport within the day. Mike convinces Gus to let him try to find Werner and make him return rather than kill him. While reviewing the transcript of the last call Werner made to his wife from the warehouse, Mike discovers that he is likely going to a local hot spring, and begins calling hotels near facilities in the New Mexico area.
    • Lalo stakes out Gus' chicken farm, where he sees Gus, Victor, and Tyrus leaving to search for Werner. He follows and observes the meeting between Gus and Mike. He tails Mike as Mike continues to search for Werner, but Mike notices the car that's following him and evades it. Lalo goes back to the money wire agency where he saw Mike meet with Gus, but the clerk refuses to give him any information, so he kills the clerk and reviews the security camera footage that shows Mike picking up tourist pamphlets for the hot springs, then burns down the building. Lalo calls hotels until he locates Werner and then places a call to him in which Lalo pretends to work for Gus, enabling him to extract some details of Werner's work on the "superlab" before Mike arrives at Werner's location and ends the call.
    • Mike takes Werner to a remote site and calls Gus to inform him of Lalo's activities. Gus realizes that Lalo knows about Werner and can trace his work back to Gus, so he intends to send men to kill Werner, but Mike persuades Gus to let him do it. Mike has Werner call his wife at the airport and convince her to return to Germany, then assures him that his men will be sent home without incident. He also promises to make Werner's death look like an accident and ensure there's a believable story for authorities to accept, so that his wife will know he died but won't wonder how or why. Werner walks off to look up at the stars and Mike shoots him in the head. Later, Mike meets Gus at the construction site, which Gus is showing to Gale, and it is revealed that the underground meth "superlab" has been created in accordance with Gale's design.
    • On the anniversary of Chuck's death, Jimmy and Kim place "in memoriam" ads in the local newspapers. Jimmy then spends the day feigning mourning at Chuck's gravesite as several of Chuck's former associates visit it. Later that day, Howard holds a celebration to dedicate a law library reading room in Chuck's name, at which he announces HHM's recovery from its recent setbacks. The reading room was paid for by an anonymous donor, but Kim and Drama Girl, who's working as a server at the catered event, reveal to the guests as gossip the fact that Jimmy was the anonymous donor. Kim has Jimmy use these events to his advantage prior to the reinstatement appeal, hoping to influence the panel by showing that despite how he appeared during his first hearing, Jimmy is actually grief-stricken over Chuck's death. Later, Jimmy and Howard sit on a panel reviewing potential candidates for scholarships in Chuck's name. Jimmy focuses on Christy, a student whose background includes a shoplifting charge when she was younger, and tries unsuccessfully to persuade the other board members to award her a scholarship. He follows her out to give her the bad news, and tells her the results were predetermined because the wealthy and powerful will never look past her mistake. He uses the same phrase Chuck used to cut ties with him - that she's "not all that important" to them[a] - and encourages her not to stick to the straight and narrow path she is trying to follow, but to cut corners and do whatever is necessary to succeed because "the winner takes it all". In the parking garage afterward, Jimmy's car won't start and he weeps uncontrollably out of frustration for Christy's situation, recognizing the similarities between her circumstances and his.
    • When Jimmy returns home, Kim is preparing a speech for Jimmy to use at his appeal, and he makes the same point about himself that he made to Christy about her situation - that no matter how hard he tries to overcome his past, the people with wealth and power won't let him. At his appeal hearing, Jimmy begins to use Chuck's last letter to him as part of his argument, but stops midway and gives a seemingly impromptu speech about his remorse for Chuck's death, how much Chuck influenced his decision to pursue the law as a career, and how hard he'll work to be worthy of the McGill name if he's reinstated. Jimmy's speech earns visibly emotional expressions from the panel and from Kim. He wins reinstatement and then stuns Kim by revealing that his speech was actually an insincere performance. When the panel's secretary arrives to lead Jimmy to the office where he'll fill out the paperwork so he can regain his law license, he asks for a doing business as form and states his intention not to practice law under the name "McGill". As he walks down the hall, an even more shocked Kim asks Jimmy what he's doing. He briefly turns around to face her and says "S'all good, man!"
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2019.09.26 20:49 KikiFlowers A Tale of Two Florida Franchises.

For this one, I’ve decided to try a different approach, rather than just writing about one team, or one player, I’m going to write about two teams, specifically the Panthers and Lightning. As we all know the Lightning are considered to be pretty good, while the Panthers are considered to be, pretty bad. From the Rat Trick, to Quenneville signing, the Panthers have seen a lot, but so have the Lightning.

Expansion, Expansion Never Changes.

Lightning

In the late 80’s the NHL was hungry to further expand, and they selected, Tampa Bay, San Jose and Ottawa. San Jose was a no brainer, as North Stars owners Gordon and George Gund had been trying to move the North Stars to San Francisco for years, San Jose was given to them on the condition they sell the team to a local owner(Norm Greed), while the new Senators would be in the heart of Canada’s capital, they were a shitshow from the beginning, while the Lightning…. oh boy that’s a can of worms.
So to begin with, there were two groups here bidding for the St Petersburg, Florida. One group owned by Peter Karmanos and Jim Rutherford, looked to be the more stable, while their opposing group was led by the Esposito Brothers, Phil and Tony Esposito, who in turn had money coming in from The Pritzker Family(Too many things to list, they’re rich), who in turn backed out at the last minute, leading Kokusai Green, who...we don’t know shit about, to come in as the new investors for the Esposito Group. Kokusai Green were a group of masked people, who managed a golf course / resort. It looked like Karmanos / Rutherford would be the winning bid, but the Esposito Group were the ones willing to pay the $50 million expansion fee up front, because even back then, Karmanos was a cheap bastard.
For their first season, they played at the Expo Hall of the Florida State Fairgrounds, so obviously not an arena built for hockey. It was tiny(11K seats), but it was fine for the first season, before they moved to play at the Thunderdome(Tropicana Field now), until the Ice Palace(Amalie Arena) was built. In their first season, they had goaltender Manon Rheaume play a pre-season game, making her the first and only Woman to play in a NHL game. She stopped seven of nine shots against the St Louis Blues. It was a publicity stunt, obviously, but she wasn’t awful. She played an IHL game too.
  • I really cannot go into depth on who the bloody hell Kokusai Green are, I have no idea. So here’s 2ndprize ‘s post explaining it. Basically they were Yakuza, but there is so much more to this that I really don’t think I can do a good job explaining, without getting a lot wrong.

Panthers

December 10th, 1992 was a promising day for the NHL. The Walt Disney Company had announced they were bringing a new team to the NHL, the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim(based on their movie series), at the same time though, Blockbuster owner Wayne Huizenga was also announced as bringing an expansion team to the NHL, the Florida Panthers. Huizenga was no stranger to sorts, he had purchased a 15% stake in the Miami Dolphins and their stadium, Joe Robbie Stadium(now Hard Rock Stadium), Dolphins owner,, Joe Robbie had recently died and his family was struggling to keep the team afloat. In 1994, he bought the remaining shares for around $115 Million, changing the name of the stadium soon after, to “Pro Player Park” due to a deal with Fruit of the Loom’s “Pro Player” brand. He also owned the Florida Marlins, who had yet to play a game at the time of this announcement.
There was an initial concern of territory infringement, but the NHL shrugged it off. For their initial few seasons, the Panthers would play at the Miami Arena, sharing with the Miami Heat of the NBA. Huizenga had the name “Panthers” since 91, since he bought it off a group trying to get a MLB team in Tampa. Huizenga was great for the Panthers for the most part, he had money, he spent it on his team and he didn't meddle.
For their first few seasons, the Panthers had shared an arena with the Miami Heat, at the Miami Arena a still relatively new arena at the time(single digit age), but it was clear early on this would not be able support pro sports for long, it only held around 14K. It was good arena for its time and people showed up at the least.

New Teams, New Struggles

Panthers

Obviously the first few years for these teams sucked, expansion was designed to make the expanding team awful, especially with how the rules were set up. But the Panthers were the exception, it took them two seasons of missing to make the playoffs, where they went to a cup final, only to lose to the new Avalanche(formerly Nordiques). This playoff run was accompanied by the now famous “Rat Trick”. The prior season during the home opener, Scott Mellanby had killed a rat with his stick in the locker room and proceeded to score two goals that night, with goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck coining the phrase. Fans loved the idea and would flood the ice with plastic rats, after every goal. In the 96-97 season this was changed, so that the home team would be penalized if the fans disrupted a game(see Flyers fans throwing bracelets onto the ice, during Ed Snyder’s memorial). The Rat Trick carried on though, with fans throwing thousands of plastic rats onto the ice, after the Panthers beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, to capture the Prince of Wales Trophy, punching their ticket to the 1996 Stanley Cup Final. Coincidentally, it was also the Chinese Year of the Rat, which helped things too.Fun fact, the team brought on Orkin as a sponsor, so ice crew would come out to clean up the rats, dressed as Orkin Exterminators, great marketing if you ask me! Area supermarkets even sold cupcakes with rats on them, to show support for the team.
That was the first, last and only big playoff run for the Panthers unfortunately, as the following season they lost in the first round to Gretzky’s Rangers(who got their shit kicked in by the Flyers in a Conference Final 4-1, who in turn got swept by Detroit.). 97-98 was also..bad, this time they missed the playoffs. During that season coach Doug MacLean was fired after going 7-12-4, with GM Bryan Murray taking over his duties and leading the team to an even worse overall record of 24-43-15, even worse during 15-game winless streak, John Vanbiesbrouck was shelled by the Blackhawks, playing his final game in a Panthers jersey. He walked in free agency to sign with the Flyers. To replace him the Panthers had a bit of a three-headed goalie monster going on as Mike Vernon, Trevor Kidd, Mikhail Shtalenkov, Sean Burke and Richard Shulmistra, all played in 99-00.
Stability came back in that offseason as they acquired franchise legend Roberto Luongo, from the Islanders, due to GM Mike Milbury being a fucking idiot. Milbury hated Luo and previously criticized him for apartment shopping on the day he let in 7 goals against the Bruins. Luo had two stints with the Panthers before retiring this past offseason. He's set so many franchise records and is set to have his number retired on March, 7, 2020.

Lightning

While in this same timespan, the Lightning had broken 30 wins only once. The Lightning rebounded in season 4(95-96), just barely knocking out the defending champion Devils, by a single point. They went onto face the Flyers in their first playoff series. They had just barely squeaked into a playoff berth, taking the final eastern wildcard spot, with a record of 38-32-12, or 88 points. They had split the first 2 games at the Spectrum, bringing it back to the Thunderdome, with a record crowd of ** 28,183** a record that stood until 2003’s heritage classic. Right away, Tampa was crazy for hockey even if the team wasn’t that good. The two teams split games yet again, but ultimately the Flyers won the series 4-2. It wasn’t bad though, for their first playoff berth the Lightning were building something good, but had they advanced to a Conference Final, we could have seen the battle of the Florida teams, unfortunately the Hockey Gods are cruel and that series has never happened.
The draft that year for the Lightning wasn’t great, their first rounder Mario Larocque never played a game for them and most of their picks were traded away, although they did draft Pavel Kubina, who stuck with them until 2006 and then again from 2010-2012. Unlike the Panthers, the early Lightning didn’t find much success on the ice, it didn’t help that they played in a baseball stadium, rather than a proper hockey rink. But it could be worse, they could be mismanaged like the future Thrashers were. Plus Daren Puppa was nominated for the Vezina, but lost out to Jim Carey of the Capitals.

New Millenium, Same Struggles.

The 90s were coming to a close, but there was so much more craziness before that century ended:
  • Panthers
The Panthers finally moved into their own space, the National Car Rental Center(BB&T, soon to be Truist), but that came with an instant problem. It wasn’t in Miami, it was in Sunrise, which wasn’t really a sports town.
The Reason Huizenga went to Sunrise instead of staying in Miami with the Heat was a few reasons:
There were early talks about the Heat and Panthers sharing a new arena, but Micky Arison has vehemently said absolutely not to sharing with the Panthers. Being as Arison is the owner of the Heat(has been for decades), it’s never happening. Plus renovating AAA(soon to be named something else) would be a nightmare. As it is, it’s not built for hockey, so you’d have another Barclays / Talking Stick Situation. I’ve seen a lot of people saying “Sunrise is perfect for hockey”, but unfortunately the attendance says otherwise.
Couple that with the distance from Miami and the fact there’s nothing to do before or after the game near BB&T. You got a large mall and some shitty restaurants nearby, while you look at Vegas as a good example of actual life around the arena. The team would be better suited to build a new arena in Hollywood, Downtown Fort Lauderdale or go back to Miami Dade and figure something out. Combine that with Cohen coming in and gutting this team financially, fans quit showing up after the “new stadium” effect wore off and the Panthers didn’t get much better. The Panthers(in my opinion) can’t succeed in Sunrise, they’ve tried their damndest to build a fanbase, but the on-ice product has been awful and nobody wants to support a team that’s been in a perpetual rebuild since Dale Tallon took over almost a decade ago. Attendance wasn't an issue at the Miami Arena, but the problem was that it was so small despite only being around 8 years old, when AAA opened. I don't know if games were "sellouts", but they were doing fine in attendance.
  • "Can't they just work something out to share AAA now?"
Obviously not, it's built for basketball, has no ice plant, awful sightlines and the owner doesn't want them.
  • Lightning
A lot to cover here. The Lightning were bad, they were bottom of the league because Kokusai Green(Maybe Yakuza???? / Primary Owners) didn’t carry about the Lightning, they are losing money at an incredible rate and Kokusai was forced to transfer money to keep the lights on. There’s a lot of blame here, first off:
The NHL, these idiots got scammed by John Spano years earlier and didn’t do their due diligence again with Kokusai Green. NHL didn’t care if any checks cleared, they wanted that sweet, sweet $50 mill is all, hell the Lightning could be playing beach hockey and as long as they got the money, they’d look the other way.
Hillsborough County, had agreed to build the Lightning, the Ice Palace but the question remained, Who The Fuck Is Takashi Okubo? The Answer will surprise you, because nobody knows. NHL President John Ziegler never met “Okubo'', Bettman never did(though he tried), nobody from Hillsborough County or Tampa met with “him”, but apparently(?????) Saburo(Steve) Oto(Japanese-Born, he was the team executive) and Chris Phillips claimed to have met him. Is he real? Who the hell knows!? Was Kokusai Green, Yakuza? Who the hell knows!? Two things are for certain:
(There is a lot more to this, but I’ll let y’all read the 3-parter for this, plus these news stories)
  • The NHL was still run by fucking idiots. You’d think John Spano’s saga would teach the NHL to do its due diligence and that’s, where you’re abso-fucking-lutely wrong! The NHL never met with the mysterious owner of the Lightning and didn’t really try to.
The Lightning desperately needed a new owner who wasn’t possibly a figment of our imagination. Which is where Art Williams, comes in. Williams was a motivational speaker, not much else to it. It looked like Pistons owner William Davidson was going to get the winning bid, but it turned out to be Williams. Williams was for lack of a better word, an idiot, he knew nothing about hockey, spoke with a thick southern drawl and was a fundamentalist christian. But he pumped $6 Million into the Lightning’s payroll and cleared away most of the $102 million debt(thanks to Kokusai Green). His first move was to “assure” fans, that the Espositos wouldn’t be going away, but then 2 games into the 98-99 season? HE FIRES THEM INTO THE GULF OF MEXICO! His next move was to give Jacques Demers total control of Hockey Ops, making him Coach & GM!, which was a shitshow.
Williams didn’t know much about hockey and the other owners hated him as a result, giving him the nickname “Jed Clampett”(Beverly Hillbillies) because of his thick southern accent. It didn’t help that he quit attending games by Spring of ‘99, because "this team broke my heart". They lost as much money in one year as they could have lost in five($20 million), which is not a good sign, especially when you’re doing worse than a brand new expansion team(Predators).
  • Yet another sale:
Williams sold the team to Detroit Vipers(IHL) and Pistons owner William Davidson, the same man trying to buy the team just a few years ago, for only $115 million, $2 million less than Williams bought the team for. His first move was to bring on Tom Wilson as Team President, who fired Demers and brought on Steve Ludzik as the new coach, it wasn’t enough though, the damage from the Kokusai Green bullshit was done, even transferring everyone good from the Vipers(this is what helped kill them) didn’t help much.
Despite all the craziness from the last few years, in 1998 the Lightning drafted Vincent Lecavalier, who went onto become the franchise GOAT. His first few seasons weren’t that great, but 00-01 is when he turned it around, despite a leg injury. In that same draft, they had taken Brad Richards, who became another big core piece. In 2000, the Lightning brought on Martin St. Louis, an undrafted player who the Flames bought out. Fredrik Modin was also brought in, via trade with the Maple Leafs. These moves helped establish a future contender and a core group going forward.

Mismanagement Galore.

  • Panthers Or: How to Mismanage a Franchise. Because jesus christ this section is rough.
The new millennium brought with it new challenges. Huizenga finally sold the team in 2001 to a group led by Alan Cohen(owner of a Generic Drug Company), Cohen was...pretty bad for the Panthers, he led their slide into mediocrity and into being forgotten by everyone, but he did pump a shitton of money into them, to keep them from moving. I won’t sugarcoat it, Cohen ruined this team, he got fans to stop caring, by making moves or lack thereof. Sure he saved this franchise from moving, but ultimately it’s his fault that the Panthers became a joke. As soon as they were sold to Cohen, the decade streak of no playoffs started, it’s obviously unfair to blame the start on him though.
It wasn’t all bad though, they drafted Jay Bouwmeester at 3rd overall, who was about as good as you could expect from him playing for a franchise that squandered everyone. This was so fucking stupid though, the Panthers were given 1st overall and what do they do? They trade it to Columbus for 3rd overall. Why? I don’t know! They wanted Bouwmeester and could have got him at 1st overall if they wanted, Nash would have been available to Columbus at 3rd, it’s just another case of Florida throwing away their Firsts. Not only that, they had to give 2 picks to Atlanta to make sure Bouwmeester would be fucking available at 3rd. In return, Florida got to swap picks with Columbus in the 2003 Draft, but because they got 1st overall AGAIN, they didn’t exercise that right surprisingly.
What did they do in 2003? Well they TRADED 1ST OVERALL AGAIN, this time to ** The Fucking Penguins** because they wanted Nathan Horton at 3rd overall, rather than first overall. Who was 1st? Marc Andre Fleury a literal cornerstone of the Penguins franchise for over a decade and now a big piece of the Golden Knights. So you could tell that management was literally pants on head stupid and seemed to not know what they were doing.
Head Coach Mike Keenan had this to say about the 02 blunder: "We shouldn't have done that ... Jay would have been number-one if we'd kept that pick." Well no fucking shit sherlock. I don’t blame Keenan for this, it’s all ownership and GM Rick Dudley who...came from Tampa. That’s right the last team he was an executive with was the Lightning.
Say what you will about Edmonton wasting 1st overall picks, at least THEY KEPT 1ST OVERALL. Florida traded it twice to draft people who they got rid of, through sheer incompetence. Bouwmeester and Horton won a cup, with the Blues and Bruins at the least.
  • Lightning Or: How to Also Mismanage a Franchise.
While the Panthers were playing with fire, figuring out “how do we make this team a cup contender, without spending a dime?”, the Lightning’s new ownership spent money, they made sure this team could be good. And with a core consisting of Vincent Lecavalier, Brad Richards, Martin St. Louis and Fredrik Modin, you better fucking believe they were good. They were early bloomers, in the best ways possible. They just squeaked into division winners, by 1 point, securing a playoff berth for only the second time in franchise history. The division winners looked awful in the playoffs though, going down two games to the Capitals, before making an amazing comeback in Washington, winning both games at MCI, before heading back to the Forum, where they beat the Caps 2-1, following that with the series clincher in Washington. The Lightning had gotten some mojo going and they looked hungry, unfortunately that hunger was quickly fed as the Devils came in and utterly kicked their shit in, winning the series 4-1.
Next season(04-05) was even better. The Lightning went from barely winning the Southeast Division, to winning that and the Eastern Conference, showing that crushing defeat to Jersey wasn’t all she wrote. They entered the first round playing the Islanders, swatting them like a fly and winning 4-1. They moved onto face the Canadiens who...fell flat, as they got swept by the Lightning, who won it in Montreal, just to pour salt in the wound. The Conference Final was different, the Flyers weren’t rolling over and dying like the Islanders or Canadiens, this series to all 7 games, winning the Prince of Wales Trophy at The Forum!, so not only was it a sweet victory, it was in front of the loyal fans who stuck with them from the beginning, that expansion team that looked to be going nowhere fast, had secured a ticket to their first Cup Final, against none other than the Calgary Flames.
The Flames weren't a joke, they’d won their previous two series 4-2 and their first one 4-1, they were strong and looking to bring The Cup back to Canada where it belonged. The Lightning had a challenge ahead of them and it showed. Both sides seemed evenly matched, splitting a game at home and on the road, it was definitely a match for the ages. Game 6 was a controversial one by far. Late in Game 6, the puck had deflected off of Martin Gelinas’ skate, at the same time, Nikolai Khabibulin kicked his pad to deflect the puck. Issue is, in replays(with one select camera angle) it was shown to have crossed the line, which would have given the Flames a one-goal lead, possibly avoiding double overtime. Instead the Refs ruled it as no goal, because they didn’t see it cross the line and they didn't review these things. The teams went to double overtime, where Calgary lost thanks to Martin St Louis. There’s controversy here as the NHL reviewed it later, via a CGI video analysis, showing it did not in fact cross the line, funny enough though, the company that did this was based out of Calgary. The ABC Replay backed this up, but with no goal line tech this shits hard to tell.
  • Did the Flames get robbed? Maybe, but they still lost Game 7.
The Lightning marched onto Game 7, returning to a packed St Pete Forum, ready to give the Flames a good slapping. Late in the 1st period the game was scoreless with 6:29 remaining, when Ruslan Fedotenko scored a beautiful powerplay goal, giving the Lightning a lead late in the first. Fedotenko followed this up in the second period with another goal, to give him his 12th of the Postseason. The Flames meanwhile..they kind of had no answer for Khabibulin, Nilson got his revenge and got one past the goalie and it was legal this time, but that...that was all she wrote for the Flames. The seconds counted down and the Tampa Bay Lightning had won the Stanley Cup! Even better THEY DID IT IN TAMPA!
The Lightning had done what the Panthers couldn’t, they won the cup. To commemorate this wonderful season here’s all the trophies:
  • Tortorella won the Jack Adams
  • Marty St Louis won the Hart and the Lester B Pearson Trophy and also tied for the Plus/Minus Award.
  • GM Jay Feaster won Executive of the year
  • And Brad Richards won the Conn Smythe.
It was an unbelievably historic season for the Lightning, they became the Southernmost team to win a cup and it only took 12 years of pain to do it. From being(allegedly) Yakuza-owned and their owner(allegedly) not existing, to being sold to an idiot, to finally getting Lord Stanley’s Cup. The Lightning did it and it was sweet.
Unfortunately shit happens. 04-05 didn’t happen due to a lockout, so they had to wait to defend their title. And when they did? It was bad, oh so bad. They got their asses handed to them by the Senators and then the Devils the following year, signaling to everyone it was time for a rebuild. 06-07 had a funny ending though, the Panthers were awful but they beat the Lightning who were in a tight race with the Thrashers for 1st in the Southeast. Thrashers won their game and got 1st, while the Lightning had to settle for 2nd / 7th Seed in the East.(Awful division that year, but it usually was)
  • Enter Doug MacLean
Yes that Doug MacLean, the now former Sportsnet Host had previously coached the Panthers(weird how they’ve shared staff like this) and was now leading Absolute Hockey Enterprises, a group led by MacLean to buy the Lightning from Davidson. For his time, Davidson was a great owner, he didn’t meddle, he had money and he had someone smart in charge, while he just sat back approving trades as needed. Unfortunately, the deal was called off, because Absolute Hockey didn't make the required $5 Million fee and were plagued with inner turmoil. So instead, Palace Sports sold the Lightning and their arena to OK Hockey, who were anything but OK!

Late 2000’s:

Somehow the Panthers aren’t the worst run team in Florida?

Despite what the title says, they were still awful. Cohen was not willing to spend and they were losing money like crazy(so normalcy). On the ice it was much worse, as they got rid of Roberto Luongo in the worst trade I’ve ever seen, at least 1 for 1 made sense.
  • Possibly the worst trade in the history of trades:
June 23, 2006, The Florida Panthers trade Goaltender Roberto Luongo, Lukas Krajicek and a sixth-round draft pick (Sergei Shirokov), to the Vancouver Canucks, in exchange for Todd Bertuzzi, Alex Auld and Bryan Allen. Luongo was in the prime of his career and was traded because once again Florida was run by idiots, who wanted immediate help. Because Cohen was a goddamned moron who ran this into the fucking ground.
That wasn’t the only Luongo trade though, there was a proposed one for Jumbo Joe Thornton himself.
Obviously Thornton wasn’t happy in Boston and got traded to San Jose, where he’s become a franchise legend. There was a proposed trade that was allegedly ready to go to the NHL Offices, the catch? Alan Cohen was a cheap bastard(tale as old as time) and didn’t want to take money back. Luongo was on a $3.25 million AAV one-season bridge deal at the time and Thornton had just signed a three year, $20 million contract in the summer. So to help his franchise he’d have to take back money which was an instant “go fuck yourself”.
So as you can see Cohen was and probably still is hated by Panthers fans and rightfully so. Not only did he not spend on them, he made them worse and alienated every fan who still gave a shit.
There’s not much else to talk about with Cohen, he ruined the team, but unlike the Lightning, there wasn’t much bright spots, so here’s a list of big trades they made:
  • June 22, 2007. The Florida Panthers trade a 2008 first-round pick, a second-round pick in 2008 and a conditional second that could be used in 2007 or 2008 to the Nashville Predators in exchange for Tomas Vokoun. That 2008 first(7th OA) was traded to NYI, along with Florida’s 2008 second(40 OA) at the 2008 Draft, which landed NYI Josh Bailey(Current Alt Captain) and Aaron Ness(Currently plays for the Hershey Bears of the AHL). Florida management was never smart about their 1sts.
June 20, 2008. The Florida Panthers trade their captain Olli Jokinen to the Phoenix Coyotes in exchange for Keith Ballard Nick Boynton and a 2008 2nd round pick (#49-Jared Staal). It was as usual a fire sale for them.
November, 2009. The Florida Panthers announce majority owner Alan Cohen is stepping down and allowing minority partners Cliff Viner and Stu Siegel to take over. The era of cheap-o Cohen was finally over, the remaining Panthers fans would be cheering.
Why did Cohen do that? Well it’s pretty simple. He ran them into the ground and had lost up to $100 million on this team. Hmm...I wonder why he lost so much money? Cohen had been around much less over the years while Viner and Siegel had cared about the team at least. I don’t know if they did much of anything, but they sold to Viola, who has saved this franchise.
  • Lightning

Exit Doug MacLean and Enter Oren Koules and Len Barrie

If you’re like me and wondering “who the fuck is Koules?” turns out he produced the Saw movies. As for Barrie, he’s a former NHL player and Tyson Barrie’s Dad. Funny enough Koules is a former WHL player and tried out for the Blackhawks.
I’ll skip the formalities. Koules was absolutely the fucking worst. He ran the team like it was his fucking fantasy roster, he had no intelligence to run a team, his partner was a lying sack of shit, who’s biggest contribution was nixing “Vinny to Montreal” or so goes the rumor. Let’s go over what he did:
  • The LeCavalier Contract So he deserved money for all he did for this team, but by 08-09 when he signed this, his play was trending downward. (Allegedly, as I can’t find a source besides a Reddit comment) LeCavalier didn’t even want the 10 year, $85 Million Contract. It didn’t matter, this idiot signed a guy trending downward to a long term deal that would quickly bite them in the ass. He wasn’t the same player he was during that magical cup run, 5 year ago, aging had taken its toll on him, plus injuries. He was still good, but he wasn’t worth the deal. To make it worse? OK Hockey(the group that made hockey anything but) couldn’t afford the deal, but Barrie being a fucking idiot signed him to it and immediately wanted to get rid of him. Barrie is a big part of the blame here. They fucking turned down Montreal wanting to give up P.K. Subban, Carey Price, Max Pacioretty and a 1st in exchange for LeCavalier. They were beyond fucking stupid and deserve ridicule.
  • Trying to trade Stamkos in his first season.
So once again, Barrie is shit for brains. Midway through Stamkos’ first season? He wanted him gone. The talks started IN OCTOBER and picked up around American Thanksgiving. The list of potential players coming back were Michael Del Zotto, Evgeny Grachev, Ryan Callahan, Brandon Dubinsky or Dan Girardi. Barrie was asking to choose two or three of these guys. It was so done that they shook on it, but Koules not being the fucking idiot of the two for once, vetoed it. Barrie didn’t like Stamkos and argued with the coach on how he should be developing Stamkos.
Getting rid of Boyle after signing him to a new deal Fucktards tried it with Vinny and failed and then turned around and did it with Dan Boyle. He had just re-signed to a Six-year $40 Million Contract, which wasn’t bad for a guy like him. Problem? They wanted him gone. He was given a full or limited NTC(unsure) and they basically told him “accept the trade to San Jose or we’re waiving you and Atlanta is going to take you”. So he accepted it and got away from this horribly run franchise, that was trying to burn money. The value for Boyle a #1 Offensive Defenseman was...laughable. A prospect who didn’t pan out, Matt Carle and Ty Wishart. Wishart then got traded for goalie Dwayne Roloson(oldest active player and last born in the 60s, while he played). These idiots didn’t know what they were doing, that much was clear.
Coach Barry Melrose...or not? They hired Barry Melrose as the coach for the 08-09 season only to fire him 16 games into the season, because they were incompetent. He left his job at ESPN to work for these idiots and got rewarded with the boot. That team was hot garbage and Melrose wasn’t a good coach. Whodathunkit?

New Owners, New GMs, New Everything!

Panthers

The biggest move in 2010 for the Panthers was a no brainer. Dale Tallon had been relegated to Assistant GM of the Blackhawks, he built most of that championship squad only to be replaced with Stan Bowman. So on May 17th, 2010, the Panthers announced their new GM to be Dale Tallon. He tried to do a rebuild process similar to what he did with Chicago, trading off everyone he could, almost immediately. Two big names to go were Keith Ballard and Nathan Horton. The Panthers may have been a bigger challenge than the Blackhawks, previous ownership had gutted this team and didn’t really allow talent to build, because they kept trading away picks. His efforts helped...briefly. The Panthers won the Southeast Division in 2012, where they ironically were eliminated by former coach Peter DeBoer's Devils.
Tallon was nominated for GM of the year, for his team making the playoffs for the first time in 12 years, but this would be the only other playoff run in Tallon’s tenure, so far. I don’t know if Tallon is 100% to blame for the lack of success, but they’ve been 6(7 if you count DeBoer, but he was there already) head coaches since Tallon was appointed, he deserves a share of the blame.
September 27th, 2013, the Panthers announced Vincent Viola has bought the team and would become the new owner. I have no idea on Viola, but as of late he’s spent more on the Panthers, with the hiring of Q and acquiring Bobrovsky. Due to the damage that Cohen and associates did, the Panthers had to give out free/discounted tickets early on, because nobody wanted to go to games, the team on the ice had one good season and went back to bottom feeding.
  • Re-Enter Luongo:
He came back home to Sunrise, after being traded by the Canucks, during the 2014 trade deadline in exchange for Jacob Markström and Shawn Matthias. He came back and set even more franchise records, because of course.
  • The Panthers briefly decided to make Tom Rowe the GM, “promoting” Tallon to an executive position, where he would still be overseeing hockey matters. The big things that happened that season(16-17) are firing coach Gerard Gallant(who has gone onto coach the Vegas Golden Knights) and then exposing Marchessault in the expansion draft(and trading Riley Smith, to make sure Vegas would pick Marchessault).
Lightning
There is a lot to cover with the Lightning and it’s a lot of good news! Firstly: The Sale!
  • The Tampa Bay Lightning announce that OK Sports has sold the Lightning and control of Amalie Arena to Jeffrey Vinik. Vinik is THE SAVIOR of this franchise, he has literally pumped as much money as he could to not only save them, but to turn them into a perpetual cup contender. OK Sports was anything but OK, they were awful at everything, so I think many Lightning fans were shocked when Vinik didn’t move them or further destroy them.
A day after the 2010 Season ended, Vinik cleared house, firing GM Brian Lawton and Head Coach Rick Tocchet. Who was the new GM? Red Wings Legend, Steve Yzerman. Vinik had lured him away from the Red Wings front office, which...wasn’t hard. The Red Wings had made it clear Ken Holland was going to be the GM for the foreseeable future, there were no plans to replace him. Can’t blame them, since the Red Wings were still good. Yzerman's impact was felt pretty quick, "trust the Yzerplan" was a common theme with Lightning fans and would you know it? Trusting the "Yzerplan" worked.
Their next move was letting Yzerman bring in a new coach: Guy Boucher. He was what this rebuilding team needed and it worked..for a season. They made the playoffs, running off to a Conference Final in their first season, before they fell to the Bruins. Unfortunately with Boucher comes hell. They missed the playoffs the next 2 seasons before Boucher was fired on March, 24 of 2013, the 1-3-1 has a short shelf life, go figure. Jon Cooper of the AHL’s Norfolk Admirals, the Lightning’s AHL Affiliate was brought in as the Lightning’s eighth head coach in franchise history, coaching his first game not long after in a 3-0 win against the New Jersey Devils.
  • What was going on, on the ice during all of this? Can’t skip over this, because Stamkos proved his worth, tying for the Rocket Richard Trophy in 09-10, while there was(slight) chaos in the Office. Stamkos was an incredible player and it showed in just his second season, in which he had scored 51 Goals, a feat in which he would beat 2 seasons with 60 Goals. End of the Lecavalier / St. Louis era:
On June 27th, 2013, the Lightning announce they will use one of their two compliance buyouts to buy out team captain, Vincent Lecavalier. There’s no sugarcoating this, LeCavalier was past his prime, but it was a good move. OK Hockey made awful moves and this was by far the worst. If the trade rumor that Montreal wanted him was true, they should have taken it, but again, OK Hockey wasn’t very smart. Lecavalier went onto sign with the Flyers, where he played 2 ½ seasons, before being traded to the Kings, where he finally retired.
On March 5th of 2014, The Lightning announced a trade: The Tampa Bay Lightning trade Martin St Louis, along with a Conditional 2nd-round pick in 2015(Oliver Kylington) to the New York Rangers in exchange for Ryan Callahan, a Conditional 2nd-round pick in 2014(Later given to the Islanders) (Josh Ho-Sang), 1st-round pick in 2015 (Anthony Beauvillier) Conditional 7th-round pick in 2015 (Ziyat Paigin). St Louis had begun his NHL career in Calgary, though his tenure in Calgary was short, he made a name for himself in Tampa, he had won The Cup and so many trophies over the years. The Rangers brought him back for his final season in 14-15, where he scored 21 goals

Epilogue / Final thoughts.

Should the Panthers be moved?
This is a topic I see brought up often and...maybe? Unlike with the Thrashers they have a good arena and an owner who isn’t looking to sell. The Panthers arena location sucks, the biggest issue is there’s no nightlife, there’s no life around it at all. Look at Tampa, Amalie is in the heart of Tampa(ish?) there’s plenty of goings on around the arena, while BB&T has...nothing. Sunrise isn’t a great location for an arena, but they have a sweetheart lease, meaning they’re safe from relocation at least and while people will complain about the Panthers existence, they have an owner who wants to make this right, even if he is a little meddlesome.
A lot of this was Lightning-Centric and that’s more because a lot of their mishaps are easier to research in depth, while it seems like the worst thing that happened in the Cohen-Era, was he just didn’t spend and let the GM do whatever.
  • I kind of glossed over the over “Possible Yakuza” thing but it’s a long story that I felt others would be better suited to telling, because it's a long complicated mess.
  • The Panthers look to be rebounding and if this season is successful, it could lead to attendance rising. But there is no danger of them relocating, they'll most likely rebound and finally become a success like they were meant to be. Whether or not it's in Sunrise, it probably will be.
  • Are they rivals?
..Kinda? In the sense that they play in the same state, but there's barely any hate. Lightning are good, Panthers aren't and they've never played each other outside the Regular Season. I hope that'll change, these fanbases need someone close to hate. And hockey is more fun with a heated rivalry.
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  305. Electric Circuits, 11th Edition: James W. Nilsson & Susan Riedel
  306. Community Health Nursing: A Canadian Perspective, 4th Edition: Lynnette Leeseberg Stamler
  307. Animal Behavior, 11th Edition: Dustin R. Rubenstein & John Alcock
  308. Cody's Data Cleaning Techniques Using SAS, 3rd Edition: Ron Cody
  309. Molecular Biology: Principles of Genome Function, 2nd Edition: Nancy Craig &, Rachel Green &, Carol Greider & Gisela Storz & Cynthia Wolberger & Orna Cohen-Fix
  310. The Cell: A Molecular Approach, 8th Edition: Geoffrey Cooper
  311. Fundamentals of Business Organizations for Paralegals, 5th Edition: Deborah E. Bouchoux
  312. Traditions & Encounters: A Brief Global History Volume 2, 4th Edition: Jerry Bentley & Herbert Ziegler & Heather Streets
  313. The Environment and You, 3rd Edition: Norm Christensen & Lissa Leege &, Justin St. Juliana
  314. International Relations, 7th Brief Edition: Jon C. W. Pevehouse & Joshua S. Goldstein
  315. Understanding Motivation and Emotion, 7th Edition: Johnmarshall Reeve
  316. Making Connections in Elementary and Middle School Social Studies, 2nd Edition: Andrew P. Johnson
  317. Literacies, 2nd Edition: Mary Kalantzis & Bill Cope & Eveline Chan & Leanne Dalley-Trim
  318. Scientific American Nutrition for a Changing World with 2015 Dietary Guidelines, 1st Edition: Jamie Pope & Steven Nizielski &, Alison McCook
  319. Personal Finance (8th Edition) (What's New in Finance), 8th Edition: Arthur J. Keown
  320. Classroom Instruction That Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement, 2nd edition: Ceri B. Dean & Elizabeth Ross Hubbell & Howard Pitler & Bj Stone
  321. BUSN (with MindTap Business, 1 Term (6 Months) Printed Access Card), 11th Edition: Marcella Kelly
  322. Spirituality, Health, and Wholeness: An Introductory Guide for Health Care Professionals, 1st Edition: Henry Lamberton & Siroj Sorajjakool
  323. Managerial Accounting: Tools for Business Decision-Making, 5th Canadian Edition: Jerry J. Weygandt & Paul D. Kimmel & Donald E. Kieso & Ibrahim M. Aly
  324. Counseling the Culturally Diverse: Theory and Practice, 7th Edition: Derald Wing Sue & David Sue
  325. Marketing Strategy: Based on First Principles and Data Analytics, 1st Edition: Robert W. Palmatier & Shrihari Sridhar
  326. The National Security Enterprise: Navigating the Labyrinth, 2nd Edition: Roger Z. George &, Harvey Rishikof
  327. High-Acuity Nursing, 6th Edition: Kathleen Dorman Wagner & Melanie Hardin-Pierce
  328. Value-Driven Project Management, 1st edition: Harold Kerzner & Frank P. Saladis
  329. Agile Project Management: Creating Innovative Products, 2nd Edition: Jim Robert Highsmith
  330. Business Analytics, 3rd Edition: Jeffrey D. Camm & James J. Cochran & Michael J. Fry & Jeffrey W. Ohlmann & David R. Anderson
  331. Practicum and Internship: Textbook and Resource Guide for Counseling and Psychotherapy, 5th Edition: Christin M. Jungers &, Judith Scott & John C. Boylan
  332. Economics, 11th Edition: Stephen L Slavin
  333. Ethics in Information Technology, 6th Edition : George Reynolds
  334. Corporate Finance, 10th Edition : Stephen Ross & Randolph W. Westerfield
  335. Health Industry Communication: New Media, New Methods, New Message, 2nd Edition: Nancy Hicks & Christina Nicols
  336. CompTIA CySA+ Study Guide Exam CS0-001, 1st Edition: Mike Chapple & , David Seidl
  337. Cultural Humility Engaging Diverse Identities in Therapy: Joshua N Hook &, Don Davis & Jesse Owen & Cirleen DeBlaere
  338. The History of Texas, 5th Edition: Robert A. Calvert & Arnoldo De Leon &, Gregg Cantrell
  339. Stress Management: A Wellness Approach, 1st Edition: Nanette E Tummers
  340. Effectively Managing and Leading Human Service Organizations, 4th Edition: Ralph Brody & , Murali Nair
  341. College Stress Solutions: Stress Management Techniques to Beat Anxiety, Make the Grade, Enjoy the Full College Experience: Kelci Lynn Lucier
  342. Supply Chain Management: A Logistics Perspective, 10th Edition: John J. Coyle &, C. John Langley & Robert A. Novack &, Brian Gibson
  343. Supervision: Concepts and Practices of Management, 13th Edition: Edwin C. Leonard &, Kelly A. Trusty
  344. Cognitive Neuroscience, 4th Edition: Marie T. Banich & Rebecca J. Compton
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  346. Straightforward Statistics, 1st Edition : Chieh-Chen Bowen
  347. Step by Step to College and Career Success, 7th Edition: John N. Gardner &, Betsy O. Barefoot
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  350. Six Sigma For Managers (Briefcase Books Series), 1st Edition: Greg Brue
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  28. Human Behavior and the Social Environment, Micro Level: Individuals and Families, 3rd Edition: Katherine Van Wormer
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  34. Working in America: Continuity, Conflict, and Change in a New Economic Era, 4th Edition: Amy S Wharton
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  36. Organizational Communication: Approaches and Processes, 7th Edition: Katherine Miller & Joshua Barbour
  37. California Government and Politics Today, 15th Edition: Mona Field
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  42. Handbook of Enology, Volume 2: The Chemistry of Wine - Stabilization and Treatments, 2nd Edition: Pascal Ribéreau-Gayon & Y. Glories & A. Maujean & Denis Dubourdieu
  43. The Role of the Physical Therapist Assistant: Regulations and Responsibilities, 2nd Edition: Holly M. Clynch
  44. Dynamics: Analysis and Design of Systems in Motion, 2nd Edition: Benson H. Tongue
  45. Fundamentals of Gas Dynamics, 2nd Edition: Robert D. Zucker & Oscar Biblarz
  46. The Ultimate Scholarship Book 2019: Billions of Dollars in Scholarships, Grants and Prizes: Gen Tanabe & Kelly Tanabe
  47. Myers' Psychology for the AP® Course, 3rd Edition: David G. Myers
  48. Winningham's Critical Thinking Cases in Nursing: Medical-Surgical, Pediatric, Maternity, and Psychiatric, 6th Edition: Mariann M. Harding & Julie S. Snyder
  49. Career Development and Counseling: Putting Theory and Research to Work, 2nd Edition: Steven D. Brown & Robert W. Lent
  50. At Risk Youth, 6th Edition: J. Jeffries McWhirter & Benedict T. McWhirter & Ellen Hawley McWhirter & Anna C. McWhirter
  51. 50 Literacy Strategies: Step-by-Step , 4th Edition: Gail E. Tompkins
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  53. Python for Data Analysis: Data Wrangling with Pandas, NumPy, and IPython, 2nd Edition: Wes McKinney
  54. Introducing Python: Modern Computing in Simple Packages, 1st Edition: Bill Lubanovic
  55. Computer Forensics and Cyber Crime: An Introduction, 3rd Edition: Marjie T. Britz
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  58. RealTime Physics: Active Learning Laboratories, Module 1: Mechanics, 3rd Edition: David R. Sokoloff & Ronald K. Thornton & Priscilla W. Laws
  59. Discipline that Restores: Strategies to Create Respect, Cooperation, and Responsibility in the Classroom: Ron Claassen & Roxanne Claassen
  60. Inequality: A Contemporary Approach to Race, Class, and Gender, 1st Edition: Lisa A. Keister & Darby E. Southgate
  61. Managing Conflict through Communication, 5th Edition: Dudley D. Cahn
  62. Mental Health Interventions for School Counselors, 1st Edition: Christopher A. Sink
  63. Quantitative Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition: Richard A. DeFusco & , Dennis W. McLeavey & Jerald E. Pinto & David E. Runkle & Mark J. P. Anson
  64. Reaching and Teaching Students in Poverty: Strategies for Erasing the Opportunity Gap: Paul C. Gorski & James A. Banks
  65. Solving Behavior Problems in Autism, 1st Edition: Linda A. Hodgdon
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  67. Anatomy & Physiology: An Integrative Approach, 2nd Edition: Michael McKinley & Valerie O'Loughlin & Theresa Bidle
  68. A Global History of Architecture, 3rd Edition: Francis D. K. Ching & Mark M. Jarzombek & Vikramaditya Prakash
  69. A First Course in Differential Equations with Modeling Applications, 10th Edition: Dennis G. Zill
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  75. Medical Terminology: An Illustrated Guide, 8th Edition: Barbara J. Cohen & Ann DePetris
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  81. Physical Examination and Health Assessment, 3rd Canadian Edition: Carolyn Jarvis & Annette J. Browne
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  83. Leddy & Pepper's Professional Nursing, Ninth North American Edition: Lucy Hood
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  96. Canadian Organizational Behaviour, 10th Canadian Edition: Steven McShane & Kevin Tasa
  97. Effective Group Discussion: Theory and Practice, 15th Edition: Gloria J Galanes & Katherine L. Adams
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  99. The Psychology of Language: An Integrated Approach, 1st Edition: David C. Ludden
  100. The Psychology of Attitudes and Attitude Change, 2nd Edition: Gregory R. Maio & Geoff Haddock
  101. Majoring in Psychology: Achieving Your Educational and Career Goals, 2nd Edition: Jeffrey L. Helms & Daniel T. Rogers
  102. R for Data Science: Import, Tidy, Transform, Visualize, and Model Data, 1st Edition: Hadley Wickham & Garrett Grolemund
  103. Invitation to Psychology, 7th Edition: Carole Wade & Carol Tavris & Samuel R. Sommers & Lisa M. Shin
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  108. Foundations of Financial Management, 10th Canadian Edition: Stanley B. Block & Geoffrey A. Hirt & Bartley Danielsen &, Doug Short
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  110. Constitutional Law, 8th Edition: Geoffrey R. Stone, Louis Michael Seidman, Cass R. Sunstein, Mark V. Tushnet, Pamela S. Karlan
  111. A Brief Guide to Writing from Readings, 7th Edition: Stephen Wilhoit
  112. Construction Materials, Methods and Techniques, 4th Edition: William P. Spence & Eva Kultermann
  113. Dental Hygiene: Theory and Practice, 3rd Edition: Michele Leonardi Darby & Margaret Walsh
  114. Elementary Statistics in Criminal Justice Research, 4th Edition: James Alan Fox & jack A. Levin & David R. Forde
  115. Introduction to Sociology, 11th Edition: Deborah Carr & Anthony Giddens &, Mitchell Duneier & Richard P. Appelbaum
  116. Introduction to Networks v6 Companion Guide, 1st Edition: Cisco Networking Academy
  117. Motivational Interviewing: Helping People Change, 3rd Edition: William R. Miller
  118. Multiple Paths to Literacy: Assessment and Differentiated Instruction for Diverse Learners, K-12, 8th Edition: Joan P. Gipe
  119. Stat–Spotting – A Field Guide to Identifying Dubious Data: Joel Best
  120. Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences, 4th Edition: Susan A. Nolan & Thomas Heinzen
  121. Strategies That Work: Teaching Comprehension for Understanding and Engagement, 2nd Edition: Pearson Prof. Growth
  122. The Social Psychology of Prosocial Behavior, 1st Edition: John F. Dovidio & Jane Allyn Piliavin & David A. Schroeder & Louis A. Penner
  123. Words Their Way: Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction, 6th Edition: Donald R. Bear & Marcia Invernizzi & Shane Templeton & Francine Johnston
  124. Understanding Basic Statistics, 8th Edition: Charles Henry Brase & Corrinne Pellillo Brase
  125. Construction Management JumpStart, 2nd Edition: Barbara J. Jackson
  126. Statistical Techniques in Business and Economics, 17th Edition: Douglas A. Lind & William G Marchal & Samuel A. Wathen
  127. Statics For Dummies, 1st Edition: James H. Allen
  128. Engineering Mechanics: Statics, 13th Edition: Russell C. Hibbeler
  129. Nancy Caroline's Emergency Care in the Streets, 8th Edition: Nancy L. Caroline
  130. Accounting for Decision Making and Control, 9th Edition: Jerold Zimmerman
  131. International Accounting, 4th Edition: Timothy Doupnik &, Hector Perera
  132. Personnel Economics in Practice, 3rd Edition: Edward P. Lazear &, Mike Gibbs
  133. Schools and Society: A Sociological Approach to Education, 6th Edition: Jeanne H. Ballantine & Joan Z. Spade & Jenny M. Stuber
  134. Introducing Sign Language Literature: Folklore and Creativity, 1st Edition: Rachel Sutton-Spence & Michiko Kaneko
  135. Early Christian Writings: The Apostolic Fathers: Andrew Louth
  136. Fundamentals of Conservation Biology, 3rd Edition: Malcolm L. Hunter & James P. Gibbs
  137. Murach's HTML5 and CSS3, 4th Edition: Anne Boehm & Zak Ruvalcaba
  138. Anthropology and Mass Communication: Media and Myth in the New Millennium, 1st Edition: Mark Allen Peterson
  139. Introduction to Algorithms (The MIT Press), 3rd Edition: Thomas H. Cormen & Charles E. Leiserson & Ronald L. Rivest & Clifford Stein
  140. Data Mining Techniques: For Marketing, Sales, and Customer Relationship Management, 3rd Edition: Gordon S. Linoff & Michael J. A. Berry
  141. Earthquakes: Science & Society, 2nd Edition: David S. Brumbaugh
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  145. A History of Western Music, 9th Edition: J. Peter Burkholder & Donald Jay Grout & Claude V. Palisca
  146. Technical Mathematics with Calculus, 3rd canadian edition: Michael A. Calter & Paul A. Calter & Paul Wraight & Sarah White
  147. The Bible: A Very Short Introduction, 1st Edition: John Riches
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  154. Personality Psychology, 1st Canadian Edition : Randy J. Larsen &, David M. Buss & David King & Carolyn Ensley
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  165. Speech Craft: Joshua Gunn
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  168. Social Psychology, 14th Global Edition: Nyla R. Branscombe & Robert A. Baron
  169. Personality, 8th Edition: Jerry M. Burger
  170. College Physics, 11th Edition: Raymond A. Serway &, Chris Vuille
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  172. Differential Equations and Boundary Value Problems: Computing and Modeling, 5th Edition: C. Henry Edwards & David E. Penney & David T. Calvis
  173. Exploring Management, 6th Edition: John R. Schermerhorn & Daniel G. Bachrach
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  176. Natural Disasters, 10th Edition: Patrick Leon Abbott
  177. Social Psychology, 14th Edition : Robert A.Baron & Nyla R. Branscombe
  178. Administrative Law: Bureaucracy in a Democracy, 6th edition : Dr. Daniel E. Hall
  179. Inclusion of Exceptional Learners in Canadian Schools, 5th Edition: Nancy L. Hutchinson
  180. Applied Calculus, 5th Edition: Deborah Hughes-Hallett &, Patti Frazer Lock & Andrew M. Gleason & Daniel E. Flath & Sheldon P. Gordon & David O. Lomen &, David Lovelock
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  185. Teaching Strategies for Nurse Educators, 3rd Edition: Sandra DeYoung
  186. Nurse as Educator, 4th Edition: Susan B. Bastable
  187. Essentials of Human Anatomy & Physiology, 11th Edition: Elaine N. Marieb
  188. Knowledge Translation in Health Care: Moving from Evidence to Practice, 2nd Edition: Sharon Straus &, Jacqueline Tetroe & Ian D. Graham
  189. The Law of Criminal Investigations: A College Casebook, 1st Edition: Stephanie Mizrahi & Joshua Dressler & George Thomas III
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  191. Psychology Applied to Modern Life Adjustment in the 21st Century, 12th Edition: Wayne Weiten & Dana S. Dunn & Elizabeth Yost Hammer
  192. The Development of Language, 9th Edition: Jean Berko Gleason & Nan Bernstein Ratner
  193. The Real World, 6th Edition: Kerry Ferris & Jill Stein
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  195. Buildings across Time: An Introduction to World Architecture, 5th Edition: Michael Fazio
  196. Calculating Drug Dosages: A Patient-Safe Approach to Nursing and Math, 1st Edition:Sandra Luz Martinez Castillo & Maryanne Werner-McCullough
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  200. Heat Wave: A Social Autopsy of Disaster in Chicago, 2nd Edition: Eric Klinenberg
  201. Uneven Roads An Introduction to U.S. Racial and Ethnic Politics, 2nd Edition: Todd Shaw & Louis Desipio & Dianne Pinderhughes & Toni-Michelle C. Travis
  202. Health Care Finance and the Mechanics of Insurance and Reimbursement: Michael K. Harrington
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  204. Business Process Change (The MK/OMG Press), 3rd Edition: Paul Harmon
  205. Introduction to JavaScript Programming with XML and PHP, 1st Edition: Elizabeth Drake
  206. Major Problems in American History, Volume II, 4th Edition: Elizabeth Cobbs & Edward J. Blum & Jon Gjerde
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  210. How to Lie with Maps, 3rd Edition: Mark Monmonier
  211. The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Guide : Rob Ptacek & Jaideep Motwani
  212. Patient Assessment in Pharmacy Practice, 3rd Edition: Rhonda M. Jones
  213. Biomedical Instrumentation Systems, 1st Edition: Shakti Chatterjee & Aubert Miller
  214. Statistics for Geography and Environmental Science, 1st Edition: Richard Harris
  215. Women without Class: Girls, Race, and Identity, 1st Edition: Julie Bettie
  216. Personal Finance, 6th Edition: Jeff Madura
  217. Trigonometry 2nd Edition: Robert F. Blitzer
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  219. The Origins of the Modern World, 3rd Edition: Robert B. Marks
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2018.10.28 22:08 yaboyanu SYTYCD Where Are They Now: Season 3

Haven't posted in a while, but I haven't forgotten!!! I had been traveling the past two weeks and yesterday I just wanted to sit at home and do nothing. And now I present the contestants from the season that split Idolforums, started the FG/BQ War, brought you questionable racial comments, actual slapfights, 10 identical anti-war solos, and may just have been the season to prompt mandatory psych checks.
Top 20
Ashlee Langas- Unfortunately for Ashlee her run on the show looked mainly like Top 20 fodder brought in solely for the purpose of filling the Ashley/Ashle/Ashlee/Ashleigh quota. According to Instagram, she co-owns the The Mystic Rebel Healing Collective in LA where she teaches stoned yoga (yes, like stoned, stoned), wellness, and meditation. Before this, she was in Bette Midler's Vegas show and performed in music videos with Robin Thicke and Ricky Martin. Part of her bio notes that she started her studio after struggling with depression and coming out to her family and was searching for a deeper spiritual connection. In her personal life, she seems to have gotten married earlier this year and was recently chosen for jury duty. This will be irrelevant to most people, but she now looks like a 10 years older version of Bekah Martinez from The Bachelor.
Ricky Palomino- If you are looking for a $350 vintage laced cape, Ricky is the guy for you. This is just one of many capes he has in his fashion line, Marcelino. Anyway, he seems to have a lot going on- traveling teaching master classes, producing music and music videos, choreographing in Poland and the U.S. (Dance Moms, Raising Asia), was an assistant producer for the show, American Beauty Star, and a judge on World of Dance. It looks like he may also be in an upcoming independent dance short film, The Accompanist.
Top 18
Faina Savich- Actually have been excited to post this one since I had looked her up in an effort to find info on her brother for my previous post. She is a family law attorney now, which I thought was super cool. It looks like she earned her Juris Doctor From Fordham University in 2015 and received the Archibald R. Murray Public Service Award for being involved in pro bono/community work during her time as a student. I think she did do some professional dancing post-SYTYCD but honestly the lawyer stuff was more interesting. She seems to be married and has a young daughter.
Jimmy Arguello- Post being eliminated over Cedric, Jimmy has gone on to perform on screen (DWTS, various awards shows) and in numerous stage productions, including Rock of Ages, as an assistant choreographer and a dance captain for Jai Ho World Tour with A.R. Rahman (this guy is super famous for people who aren't familiar). He is also listed as staff at a dance studio in Redondo Beach, a company member at Mosaic Dance Project, and is the owner of ArguelloProDance. His instagram is private so no personal life updates.
Top 16
Jessi Peralta- Let's just take a second to remember the baby oil audition. Real talk though everyone on IDF used to say that Jessi was the reason they started requiring psych evaluations to go on the show, so was there more to the dehydration story and her persistent crush on Pasha??? Since then, Jessi could be seen dancing in a number of awards shows and music videos with artists such as Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton, along with a few IMBD credits, none of which I think are recognizable enough to mention, although another bio I saw included different credits (Fame, Vampire Diaries, a speaking role in Anchorman 2). Around 2010 she was featured on World of Jenks about her leaving LA and quitting dance to become cheerleader for the Tennessee Titans and around 2013/14 she was on the crew of some kind of touring country music/dance show. It took some work to find what she is doing post 2014, but she seems to own a dance studio called, WRK PLC in Tennessee (her bio lists Top 8 contestant in SYTYCD S3 but neglects to specify it was Top 8 Girls- so in character lol). Looks like she got married in 2014 and had a daughter in 2016.
Jesus Solorio- After his run on the show, he was a choreographer for the Oxygen show Dance Your Ass Off, appeared in shows like Glee, Hannah Montana, New Girl, and Cirque du Soleil, and even created and directed his own stage show called Dreamcatcher. He seems to also do a lot of choreographing and master classes and is a dance instructor at Allan Hancock College in CA. Can't find an Instagram or Twitter unfortunately, so the sleuthing ends here.
Top 14
Shauna Noland- Before I begin, I would like to recall her and Lacey's weird ass Youtube channel from when they were roommates. It was like the pinnacle of the of weird Tumblinternet culture from 2008 that I was so into as a teenager and regret deeply as an adult. Currently she is a teacher at Xtreme Force Dance Company in CA, but before that she worked with Justin Giles and Tessandra Chavez and has been a guest choreographer and teacher around the U.S. She got married in 2016.
Cedric Gardner- Oh Cedric, at the time of his elimination, he was probably the most hated contestant of all time. I actually just really felt badly for him and at this time I would like to give him props for his solos. Anyway, since SYTYCD he danced in Step Up 3D, choreographed for the television show Empire, and is involved in youth arts initiatives through Davis Dance Team for the Boys & Girls Clubs of America in Wisconsin (see relevant music video) which was a collab with Pharrell and was ultimately performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live). This seems to be his main focus, and good on him, I think that's pretty cool.
Top 12
Anya Garnis- After SYTYCD, she appeared in several dance competition franchise shows, including as an All-Star and choreographer on SYTYCD, as a professional on Strictly Come Dancing, where she and her partner made it to the semi-finals, and as performer in Burn the Floor and the Dancing With the Stars Vegas show. Her Instagram bio also says she has danced on Broadway and West End and she is still dancing/touring with Pasha.
Hok Konishi- Following the show, Hok joined Quest Crew (ABDC Season 3 winners and Season 8 all-star champions (truly did not know the show lasted 8 seasons)) along with several other SYTYCD alums and subsequently won an Emmy 2016 for their choreography in season 8. He appeared in Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel and was the choreographer for LMFAO's music videos, Party Rock Anthem and Champagne Showers. He seems to be busy touring with Quest along with choreographing and teaching workshops. He also graduated from Santa Monica College with a degree in graphic design, plays the violin, and is a visual artist as well.
Top 10
Jaimie Goodwin- I've been at this for hours and I'm only halfway through : Jaimie has done a shit ton of things since leaving the show, including performing on SYTYCD as an All-Star and in television and film (HSM3, Glee, Rock of Ages, All the Right Moves, DWTS, Emmys, and most recently with JLO at the AMAs). Teaching credits include 24SEVEN, Stanford University, and master classes. She has also toured with Shaping Sound and choreographed for artists such as as Miley Cyrus and Kylie Minogue.
Kameron Bink- Kameron has taught classes around the world, probably most notably for two years in Iceland for The Icelandic Dance Company. In 2009, he joined Bad Boys of Dance and performed on three world tours. It seems like he got married last year to a lawyer from Iceland and they are currently living in Florida where he is listed on the faculty of a couple dance studios.
Top 8
Sara Von Gillern- Now a choreographer and performance artist in LA, she teaches locally in studios and private schools. Some of her notable choreography credits include Maddie Ziegler, Aziz Ansari, ABDC, and SYTYCD, while she has danced for a long list of musical arists (Usher, Ne-Yo, Justin Beiber, MC Hammer, LMFAO). She also lists a number of television credits (Ellen, New Girl, Superstore) and has danced for the Denver Nuggets, Clippers and her crews The Syrenz and Outer Circle Crew. It seems like she also does some aerial arts stuff too.
Dominic Dtrix Sandoval- For Quest Crew related info, see above. Aside from being a member of Quest Crew, Dominic was also a judge on ABDC, was the host of the web series Dance Showdown, and is an active YouTuber. Along with having his own channels (theDOMINICshow), Dominic has collaborated with Wong Fu Productions/Ryan Higa. He also does a lot of choreography including for The Lab Creative Arts Studio (inthelab247), World of Dance Season 2 Champions. He also had a high-profile relationship with Season 7 winner, Lauren Froderman, although they broke up years ago at this point. He's easy to find online if you need more info.
Top 6
Lauren Misha Chan Gottlieb- Am I petty for bringing up 10-year-old drama between two teenagers? Yes. Do I care? No. I very much enjoyed this at the time and I like to reminisce. After SYTYCD, she tried her luck with the south Asian crowd having been a runner up on season 6 of the Indian dance show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa, a judge on the same show, and playing the lead role in the 2013 Bollywood dance film ABCD: Any Body Can Dance. Back in America, she has assisted Tasty Oreo, NappyTabs, and Mia Michaels on SYTYCD, in addition to choreographing and performing as an All-Star. She has also performed with musical artists such as Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, and Shakira. Recently she acted in a short film called Scavenger. Additionally, she is verified on Instagram.
Pasha Kovalev- Similar to Anya, Pasha continues to be involved with reality dance shows in the U.S. and U.K. He has appeared as both an All-Star and contestant on SYTYCD, was on Superstars of Dance, and has been a professional on of Strictly Come Dancing since 2011, finishing as a runner-up on two seasons and a winner on season 12. He is currently competing with Pussycat Dolls singer Ashley Roberts on the 16th season and has been dating Rachel Riley since 2014. (Rachel Riley is a mathematician of Countdown and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown fame and I had no idea they were dating!!)
4th Place
Lacey Schwimmer- Before I begin, I just want to post this. I do find it funny that all of the siblings (Faina, Lacey, Danny) roughly made it as far as their brothers in Season 2. When Lacey was not busy removing her arm from Lauren's "strong hands" (ALLEGEDLY), she performed on 6 seasons of DWTS as a professional dancer, making it to 3rd place with partner Lance Bass. She also assisted Benji as a choreographer on season 4 of SYTYCD. She also dabbled in the music business... She is currently teaches master classes and at her parents' studio and seems to be still performing and choreographing professionally.
3rd Place
Neil Haskell- After SYTYCD, Neil performed in several Broadway productions (Tuck Everlasting, Bring It On, currently Hamilton) and was an All-Star on SYTYCD. He also had an acting role in the MTV musical American Mall. I'm losing steam here, but he mostly seems to be busy with Broadway stuff now.
2nd Place
Danny Tidwell- Since being runner-up on the show, he served as the Artistic Director of Movmnt Magazine and was a soloist with the Norwegian National Opera and Ballet in Oslo. He was also a guest teacher for JUMP, a national dance competition/convention, was featured on DWTS with Tiler Peck, and performed in the Broadway show, Memphis. He may have gotten married in 2014, and while I don't see any recent pics of Danny on his feed, there was one with Travis from this summer.
Edit: I regret to provide this update, but unfortunately since this post was written Danny has passed away in a car accident. I discovered this piece of his shortly after hearing the news and am posting it here in a small act of remembrance.
Winner
Sabra Johnson- I think Sabra first spent some time with Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet in NYC, then danced internationally, notably with Staatstheater Darmstadt in GERMANY. The most recent thing I can find of her is a YouTube video from 2016 where she was a special guest at Dancenter Vietnam. It seemed like she was in Vietnam for a while teaching classes and directing a Between Us Dance Performance with John Huy Trans Urban Dance Group. Little bummed I can't find any more information about her or Danny.
Please ignore any mistakes because after spending hours on this I cannot bear to spend the 3 extra minutes to read through it again.
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2017.09.06 08:24 namkcuR Ranking Characters: The One-Offs

(Friendly warning...if you haven't watched the whole series and don't want to be spoiled...probably don't read this whole thing.)
Hello all. I am new here, but a long time WW fan. I just recently finished probably my fourth or fifth full re-watch of the series. As I like to write, I wanted to try my hand at ranking characters. I wanted it to do it thoroughly, but I felt it would be better to divide them into categories and then rank each category. I've got One-Offs, 2-4 Episode Recurring, 5-11 Episode Recurring, 12+ Episode Recurring, and Regulars(anyone who ever appeared in the opening credits + assistants and press corps people who were in a ton of episodes). It makes it easier when you're ranking characters of relative importance.
So I'm starting with One-Offs - those times when somebody famous or somebody who would become famous would guest one time and one time only. This would obviously be the longest of any of these lists. I'm sure I forgot someone. This is going to be long, so I hope at least a few of you will get through it. And remember, this is purely personal preference, I'm sure no one will agree with all my rankings.
If this goes well, I'll post the other categories at a future date. Here goes nothing.
This bottom of this list is populated with very brief appearances by people who would go on to become more famous later on.
36. Staffer #1, portrayed by Eric Stonestreet // Season 2, "Bad Moon Rising"
A pre-Modern Family Stonestreet makes a blink-and-you-miss it appearance as a staffer.
35. Tom Starks, portrayed by Ty Burrell // Season 3, "The Women of Qumar"
A pre-Modern Family Burrell makes a brief appearance as...I'm not sure who he's supposed to be, a Congressional staffer or something, who takes a meeting with Sam regarding a national seatbelt law. Not very memorable.
34. MaryLou Meriwether, portrayed by Bellamy Young // Season 5, "The Stormy Present"
Pre-Scandal Young appears as a lawyer arguing to get copy of the Bill of Rights that was stolen at the end of the Civil War back for her state of North Carolina and against said copy being returned to Connecticut. Not much of a role, and a pretty boring side plot.
33. Heidi Choat, portrayed by Andrea Savage // Season 4, "Privateers"
An early role for Savage, playing the date of some guy at the party in this episode that the White House doesn't trust, so Donna was weirdly follow them around without telling them why. One of the odder subplots ever to be on the show.
32. Bobby Zane, portrayed by Noah Emmerich // Season 1, "Take This Sabbath Day"
Pre-Americans Emmerich - who, perhaps not coincidentally, was married to Melissa Fitzgerald, AKA Carol, at the time - appears for one scene, the pre-credit bumper, as one of the lawyers for the guy whose death penalty appeal just got rejected. He used to 'beat Sam up' in high school, so he suggests calling him to get the ear of the President. And that's it.
31. Tom Jordan, portrayed by James Denton // Season 2, "The Midterms"
Pre-Desperate Housewives Denton - for some reason billed as Jaimie Denton - appears as an old lawyer friend of Sam's who Sam gets to run for Congress, only to have the White House pull its support when it comes about the Sam's friend is a racist, at least when picking juries. A pretty nothing storyline, it's always felt to me like they were just trying to give Sam something to do in that episode.
30. Governor Tillman, portrayed by Ray Wise // Season 6, "La Palabra"
Veteran character actor Wise appears in two scenes as the Governor of California, whom Santos wants to share a stage with to create the appearance of the Governor's support. A pretty empty role.
29. Tyler, portrayed by John Gallagher Jr. // Season 4, "20 Hours In America"
Before he was in the Newsroom, Gallagher portrayed the kid that drove Josh, Toby, and Donna around in this episode. An affable, if not too bright, character. Good for some comic relief.
28. Congressman Donald Richter, portrayed by Mark Moses // Season 5, "Abu el Banat"
Pre-Desperate Housewives and Mad Men, Moses appears as a Congressman lobbying Bartlet to pay off the Sudanese to free a few of his constituents, allegedly evangelicals, that were taken hostage there. One scene, kind of meh.
27. Marion Cotesworth-Haye, portrayed by Helen Slayton-Hughes // Season 4, "Privateers"
I mean, her delivery of the line "I'm Marion Cotesworth-Haye", which sends C.J. into fits of inappropriate laughter, is just perfect. I rank for that alone.
26. Isabel, portrayed by Grace Zabriskie // Season 2, In The Shadow Of Two Gunmen
Zabriskie is a veteran character actress who here has one scene in a flashback as C.J.'s previous boss at a California P.R. firm. I don't mind this one, as she at least helps give some backstory to one of the show's most important characters, and illustrate the professional world C.J. came from before joining the Bartlet team, and the fact that she was in a lull, and not doing work that fulfilled her.
25. Meeshel Anders, portrayed by Gabrielle Union // Season 5, "The Benign Prerogative"
It's been a bunch of quickie, insubstantial roles up to this point. Now we're getting into the ones with more significant screen time. This one has always left a bad taste in my mouth. It feels like a textbook case of stunt casting. Union is a beautiful woman, but the character serves absolutely no purpose, it's just some forced whirlwind romance for Charlie for...I'm not sure what reason...even though he's supposed to have been in the process of getting back with Zoey at this point. And of course there's the plot point of Ms. Anders supposedly joining the press corps and then never being seen or mentioned ever again.
24. Burt Ganz, portrayed by Jeff Perry // Season 4, "Privateers"
Pre-Scandal and Grey's Anatomy Jeff Perry plays a guy who works for Kierney-Passaic, a company that deals with chemicals and waste - I'm not clear what exactly they do - who wants to defect and testify that the company has knowingly been concealing the amount of carcinogenic chemicals at some of their waste disposal sites, and he needs federal protection in order to do so. It's just a side-plot of no importance, but it's marginally more significant then what's come before it on this list.
23. Senator Chris Carrick, portrayed by Tom Skerritt // Season 5, "Constituency of One"
In one of the series' most unpopular storylines, Carrick is the Senator that Josh inadvertently pushes to change parties. It's an unfortunate storyline, but Skerrit delivers.
22. Senator Rafe Framingham, portrayed by Brian Dennehy // Season 6, "Ninety Miles Away"
I struggle with this one. It's one of the series' most unpopular episodes, but Dennehy is a legend and makes an impact as an old-school Senator who knew Leo way back when and has some dirt on him. My bigger issue with the plot is that it leads to some unnecessary and not entirely believable backstory involving Leo and Kate. It's not a great episode, but Dennehy is good enough to elevate the character up to this point.
21. Colonel Jessie Weisskopf, portrayed by James Morrison // Season 4, "Angel Maintenance"
The future James Buchanan of 24 fame makes a one-episode drop-in as, I think, the co-captain aboard Air Force One when an indicator light failed, making it impossible for the crew to know whether or not its landing gear is working. Pretty nondescript, but he plays the role convincingly, even if he's pretty much playing the same guy he'd be playing on 24.
20. Professor Lawrence Lessig, portrayed Christopher Lloyd // Season 6, "The Wake Up Call"
The only time an actor has played a real-life person on WW. Lessig is a constitutional law professor who ended up running for President as a Democrat in 2016(and not getting anywhere).
Neither Lessig nor the plot in which he is involved serve any importance to the story; it's just a one-off meditation on the enormity and complexity of drafting a constitution from scratch. It's an interesting idea to contemplate, and Lloyd is a great actor who gives the character, and the issue, the seriousness it deserves. Although it's still hard for me to see him as anything but Doc Brown.
19. Washington D.C. Mayor, portrayed by James Pickens Jr. // Season 5, "Full Disclosure"
A year before becoming Dr. Webber on Grey's Anatomy, Pickens played the D.C. mayer, making a visit the White House to lobby Bartlet to allow a pilot voucher program to go on in his city. Even though I'm against vouchers, the debate between the two is well-executed and Pickens brings the same strength to his role as he would as The Chief for so many years.
18. Attorney General Alan Fisk, portrayed by Dylan Baker // Season 5, "Abu el Banat"
Fisk is the Attorney General who, although mentioned a few times after this, is only ever seen this once. He's from the south, and he's against euthanasia, and is publicly saying so, going against the administration's policy, as he purportedly tries to start running for Governor of his state. It's made clear that Bartlet and Fisk aren't too fond of each other, and Bartlet gives Fisk a pretty good spanking in the end. The character's main virtue is vocalizing the opposing viewpoint on the hot-button issue of assisted-suicide. Baker fits the role of a more conservative, southern Democrat who would oppose it quite well, imo.
17. Hogan Cregg, portrayed by Evan Rachel Wood // Season 3, "The Black Vera Wang"
This is the only one-scene appearance that I'm putting this high, simply because I think Woods, especially at that age, was a charming young actress and exuded a warmth and innocence as C.J.'s niece in the midst of a heavy storyline. It's not an important role by any stretch of the imagination, but I always thought that Wood's brief appearance was a breath of fresh air in the middle of that storyline.
16. Senator Ricky Rafferty, portrayed by Mel Harris // Season 6, "Drought Conditions"
Thirtysomething alum Harris pops up as the sexy woman Toby is chatting up at the bar all episode long, and only at the end is it revealed that she is in fact the Senator Rafferty the he and Josh have been arguing about in flashbacks during the episode.
I feel like the addition of a sexy, intelligent, uber-liberal(she was described as being to the left of any of the other Democratic candidates) female Senator entering the field with Santos, Russell, and Hoynes would've been interesting, and would've loved to see the character appear again, but alas, she's never even mentioned again after this.
15. Talmidge Craig and Marco Arlens, portrayed by Donald Moffat and Matthew Modine // Season 4, "The Long Goodbye"
Probably a lot of people don't remember this one much, because a lot of people skip over this episode. On my most recent re-watch, I actually watched this episode for the first time in probably close to a decade. Talmidge is C.J.'s Alzheimer's-stricken father, and does a very good job of portraying the fear, frailty, and denial that come in the early days of having the disease. Modine plays a guy C.J. knew in high school, and with whom she has a fling to escape the stress of the situation with her father. Moffat does great work, and Modine's charisma sells his role, and they both add some depth to this portrait of the humble beginnings that one of the most powerful women in the country came from, and what she has to deal with in her private life while doing her job from here on out.
14. Ann Stark, portrayed by Felicity Huffman // Season 2, "The Leadership Breakfast"
Huffman is a great actress, and was already a veteran at Sokinese, having spent two years on Sports Night. I have no issue with her at all, but I'm not a fan of the character. She was a snake, she treated Toby badly, and what makes it worse, the Senator she works for declaring his intention to run for President in 2002 is made out to be a big deal, and yet is never mentioned again. But the fact that I remember her so clearly as a snake speaks highly for Huffman's portrayal, so it's in the top 20.
13. Nikolai Ivanovich, portrayed by Ian McShane // Season 3, "Enemies Foreign and Domestic"
A character that has no real significance to anything, but I just really enjoyed the portrayal of the aloof Russian diplomat negotiating with Sam about the details of an upcoming trip to Russia. You can tell McShane was having fun with the role. Like I said, no significance or importance at all, just really entertaining.
"It is freezing too cold in Rheykjavik, it is freezing too cold in Helsinki, it is freezing too cold in Staad..."
"I don't know what 'frumpy' is, but onomatopoetically, sounds right."
(explaining and gesticulating to his partner what onomatopoeia is) "Sounds like. Sounds like."
Good stuff.
12. Harry Ravitch, portrayed by J.K. Simmons // Season 7, "Duck And Cover"
Simmons has been a known character actor for many years, but has taken on a somewhat bigger profile in the years since this appearance in the final season of the West Wing, in the wake of performances in films like Whiplash.
Here, he plays Harry Ravitch, chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, who has a significant role in advising Bartlet during the nuclear crises which ultimately costs Vinick the election. Simmons has such screen presence and gravitas, and is totally believable in the role. It was a needed voice in one of the more pivotal storylines of the season, and he nails it.
11. Ted Marcus, portrayed by Bob Balaban // Season 1, "20 Hours In L.A."
Balaban is one of those guys whose name you don't know but who you recognize. He's played Phoebe's father in one episode of Friends, NBC executive Russell Dalrymple on Seinfeld, and real-life NBC executive Warren Littlefield in the HBO film Late Shift(about the Leno/Letterman battle to succeed Johnny Carson).
Here, he plays a big-shot Hollywood producer who the staff must deal with during their trip to LA. He's gay, and he wants Bartlet to be publicly promise not to sign a bill banning gays in the military, and threatens to pull the plug on the big fundraising party he's hosting that the President is to attend unless he gets his way. It takes Bartlet himself yelling at him to get him to back off.
Balaban is at home in the role, and the character, and plot, serve to remind that this was a big issue not so long ago, and that we have made much progress in the realm of gay rights in less than 20 years.
10. Officer Rhonda Sachs, portrayed by Roma Maffia // Season 2, "Somebody's Going to Emergency, Somebody's Going to Jail"
This character is of no importance at all, and is probably much too high on this list, I just have always liked her banter and rapport with Toby at the anti-free-trade rally in this episode.
SACHS Rhonda Sachs. They asked me to make sure you go home in one piece.
TOBY You fully trained?
SACHS Yes.
TOBY How many different ways you know how to kill a man?
SACHS How many different ways do I need?
TOBY I like you.
SACHS Thank you.
or
SACHS Take my nightstick and go kick their ass.
TOBY Yeah, make all the jokes you want but let me tell you something they claim to speak for the underprivileged but here in the blackest city in America, I'm looking at a room with no black faces. No Asians, No Hispanics. Where the hell's the Third World they claim to represent?
SACHS Lot of Third-Worlders in the Cabinet Room today, were there?
TOBY You're starting to bother me.
SACHS That's 'cause I'm armed.
TOBY No, I like that. I'm going outside.
You get the idea. I just like her spunk and always find her - and Maffia, who went on to star on Nip/Tuck - to be an enjoyable and entertaining presence with Toby, if brief.
9. Father Thomas Cavanaugh and Rabbi Glassman, portrayed by Karl Malden and David Proval // Season 1, "Take This Sabbath Day"
I'm including these two together, because they appeared in the same episode and essentially both argued against capital punishment, to Toby and Bartlet, respectively. I am 100% against capital punishment, and given Bartlet's decision, despite being against it himself, I feel it was important for these voices to be heard, for a Rabbi to plead with Toby to try to influence the President(while pretty much saying it doesn't matter what the Torah says about it, it's wrong), and for a priest that Jed has known since he was a boy to pretty much scold him for not doing the right thing because of politics and then take his confession. I love Malden's delivery of the story about the man who lived by the river. Also interesting to see Proval in a less violent role.
8. Jules Ziegler, portrayed by Jerry Adler // Season 4, "Holy Night"
I really appreciate this sort of random single appearance of Toby's father, a former mobster, who now as an old man, a grandfather, wants to mend things with Toby, who it seems barely speaks to his father and has profound issues with what his father did for a living a long time ago. I appreciate it because it offers a peek into Toby's psyche, and sheds some light on, at least partially, why Toby is the way he is, why he's slow to trust, why he defends his ideals so fiercely, why, as Andy put it later in the season, "you're too sad me for me. You're just sad. You bring the sadness home with you, and you're sad" and "You are. I don't know if anything can change that, but I can't."
The performance itself is a very good one. Adler wears on his face the torment of an old man who is ashamed of his past and who misses his son. Good stuff.
7. Will Sawyer, portrayed by Michael O'Keefe // Season 3, "War Crimes"
Sawyer is a reporter that, it is implied, was in the White House Press Corps at some point prior to the series beginning, has been reporting internationally, and has now returned to the U.S., somewhat against his will, and is now back in the Press Corps. It kind of feels like they thought he'd be back, at least on a semi-recurring basis, but he's never seen again. Anyway, the primary strength of this character is his defense of real journalism, summed up thusly:
"I don't like being a stenographer. And I don't like writing gossip. I read a column last week where a lady bemoaned the decade of scandals she's had to cover, as if the news was to blame for the quality of journalism. I don't know if there's ever been a more important time to be good at what I do. Can you imagine how much I don't give a damn about what Toby said to a staffer?"
A stinging criticism of journalists who care more about page hits than about real journalism, and one that, like so many things in this show, remains as relevant as ever. I wouldn't have minded seeing Sawyer pop up again.
Plus, his storyline led to one of the great Toby scenes, the "we're a team, you're my guys" speech.
6. Cathy, portrayed by Amy Adams // Season 4, "20 Hours In America"
In the season 4 premiere, we get see Amy Adams before she was Amy Adams, playing Cathy, the kind-hearted daughter of a farmer, who tries to explain the plight of rural farmers to Toby, Josh, and Donna while simultaneously trying to help them get home after being left behind by the motorcade. It is a testament to Adams' talent(she's become one of the great actresses of her generation, imo), effortless warmth and down-to-Earth-ness, and sheer likability that Cathy ranks this highly for me. She's not that much of a character, but Adams makes her completely memorable as a salt-of-the-Earth farm girl, a good daughter, and a good samaritan who gives up a day of her life helping these people, going out of her way to do so, and smiling pretty much the whole time. She's a ray of sunshine.
5. President D. Wire Newman, portrayed by James Cromwell // Season 5, "The Stormy Present"
This episode isn't everyone's cup of tea, but on my recent re-watch, I found it growing on me. Particularly the scenes with Bartlet and Cromwell's former President Newman. They were mostly debating the merits of of the U.S. trying to spread democracy in the Middle East and what that really entails. It was clearly inspired by the Iraq War, which was only a year old at the time of this episode's airing. It was a debate that was raging in real life, and I thought it was nice to see it be made the subject of an episode. The specific questions being asked - is it our place to spread democracy, is it even possible in that part of the world - and hard truths offered - that attempting to spread democracy to countries like this usually involves occupying said countries for a long, long time - are so, so relevant even today. It's really about how it's easy to invade or remove someone from power, but what happens the next day, month, year?
Another thing is the idea that no one can really understand the weight of the presidency other than a President or former President, and it's interesting to see Bartlet talk to Newman in a way he maybe couldn't with anyone else(and likewise how Bartlet reacts to the letter written to him by the deceased President Lassiter).
I thought Cromwell was, as always, very convincing as an authority figure, in this case a former President. He'd end up playing one again - Bush Sr - in Oliver Stone's W.
4. Judge Peyton Cabot Harrison III, portrayed by Ken Howard // Season 1, "The Short List"
The reason why Judge Harrison is so high isn't because I like the character so much. I didn't. I wasn't supposed to. No one was. That was the point of the character. You weren't supposed to like him, and Howard's portrayal hit all the right notes to illicit that reaction. He's a tall, imposing presence, a rich, stuffy man who looks like he comes from old money, a member of country club that was once whites-only in the not-so-distant past, perhaps a little racist, and the staff comes to find out, doesn't believe in a right of privacy. He's also pretty arrogant in the way he deals with people, including the President, in his White House visit. Yes, you wonder why Bartlet and his staff wanted this guy so bad, even Josh asks the question late in the episode, but you kind let it go for the sake of the story.
The character is set up to make Edward James Olmos's Judge Mendoza the far more sympathetic character in comparison, so that you get the feels when Bartlet finally picks the Latino cop who went to public night school to become a lawyer and then a judge, and everyone gives him a standing ovation.
And the character of Judge Harrison, and Howard's portrayal, accomplish the task perfectly. Probably not many liked the character, but I think most remember him more than most other one-offs, and that's why he's this high.
3. U.S. Poet Laureate Tabatha Fortis, portrayed by Laura Dern // Season 3, "The U.S. Poet Laureate"
So, I guess some people didn't like this character, but I did. She's this hyper-sensitive, intelligent, bohemian poet, and I'm sucker for women like that. Laura Dern is a great actress and really brings her to life. I feel her pain when she's talking about watching that kid die from stepping on a landmine. I feel how it haunts her. I don't know, it's not an especially important role, but it does it for me. Plus, it's nice seeing Toby have a crush(and C.J.'s reaction when she realizes this fact). I just loved the interaction between her and Toby and how real and human Dern made the character feel.
2. Judges Evelyn Baker Lang and Christopher Mulready, portrayed by Glenn Close and William Fichtner // Season 5, "The Supremes"
I think, in this particular list, just about everyone would have the same top 2, the only difference is the order.
"The Supremes" is often considered the crown jewel of the transitional, hit-and-miss season 5, and with good reason. To me, the overriding principle of this episode is the notion that two people with radically different political positions on nearly everything don't have to hate each other, than they be friendly with other and engage in passionate, respectful, challenging debates, and that such debates are important to keep a democracy healthy. The two characters are kind of inseparable from each other, so I'm including them together.
The Mulready character is spoken of throughout the episode like he's some kind of asshole because he's far right-wing. Yet when he finally shows up, he's thoughtful, respectful, and, in the President's presence, downright humble. Fitchner takes a man who everyone was supposed to hate, and makes him likable without comprising his political principles. That's good stuff.
But the real star here is Close, who is just dripping charisma and sophistication in all of her significantly more screen time than Fichtner. She plays the role so intelligently, so elegantly, so smoothly, that I fully understand why Josh and Toby love her so much. She manages to create a three-dimensional person in just a few scenes, and one who I'm fully sold on being the heir apparent to the liberal lion Justice Ashland. A bravura performance.
I just wish they'd been able to get her back for "Tomorrow". Chief Justice Lang is announced to swear in Matt Santos, but it's another woman, seen only from the back.
1. White House Counsel Lionel Tribbey, portrayed by John Larroquette // Season 2, "And It's Surely To Their Credit"
The thing about Lionel Tribbey is that, on paper, the character shouldn't work. Loud and abrasive, he's tonally different from nearly every character in the main cast. Everyone, most of the time, speaks to the President and Leo with the utmost respect, but this guy just shouts at them while waving around a cricket bat. But Larroquette is so good, and his delivery so on point, always stopping with pinpoint precision just before going too overboard, that he doesn't just make it work, he makes it one of the classic one-shot guest appearances that I've seen in anything. The number of quotes uttered by this character that everybody in the WW fandom knows automatically is something else:
"Holding it in my hand, Leo!"
"I was ready to take a vacation, Leo! I was going to go someplace warm, with a beach, somebody bringing me drinks with little umbrellas in them!"
"I believe, as long as Justice Dreifort is intolerant toward gays, lesbians, blacks, unions, women, poor people, and the first, fourth, fifth, and ninth amendments, I will remain intolerant towards him."
"The president of...what...asked you to hire her for my office?" (Leo) "The United States." classic head drop and then manic laughter
"Well, forgive me, sir, but when you have a few moments, I would like to discuss the hiring of a blonde and leggy fascist whose knowledge does not include the proper order of the alphabet for positions of the White House Counsel's office."
"Good men and women have worked in whatever room was available in this building, and have done so without complaint."
"It's from Penzance. Don't tell me about Gilbert and Sullivan."
The incredulous delivery of "Yes" when Ainsley asks if it's so hard to believe that someone would roll up their sleeves, set aside partisanship, and say, "What can I do?"
"Oh...yes. He can. Leave here, and don't ever come back. It's time for both of you to write your book now."
"Little drinks, I'm supposed to be having right now! Umbrellas, sticking out of them! Shish kabob!"
It's just a brilliant one-shot character, because beyond all the huffing and puffing, there are a couple moments where you realize that despite the tonal difference, he shares the same reverence for the place he's working as everyone else does. When he admonishes Ainsley for even kind of complaining about her office, and refers to how good people have worked in whatever room was available in this building, and when Ainsley points out that he left a cushy seven-figure job to come work for a president who was way too moderate for his tastes and that it could only have been out of duty, those moments show there's a dedicated public servant underneath the comedic facade.
Having said all this, it was the right decision not to bring him back for the MS storyline later in the same season. I don't know if that was about Larroquette's availability or if it was a conscious decision to go in a different direction, but I'm not sure the character would've been sustainable beyond this one shot, and Oliver Platt's Babish was a much better choice for that particular storyline anyway.
If you made it this far, I hope you enjoyed reading.
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2017.08.20 17:29 feedreddit MATTIS on NEW AFGHANISTAN strategy -- SNEAK PEEK: REMNICK on Trump -- BANNON to WaPo: ‘No administration in history has been so divided’ -- ELISE STEFANIK's wedding

MATTIS on NEW AFGHANISTAN strategy -- SNEAK PEEK: REMNICK on Trump -- BANNON to WaPo: ‘No administration in history has been so divided’ -- ELISE STEFANIK's wedding
by [email protected] (Daniel Lippman) via POLITICO - TOP Stories
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BULLETIN -- NYT’S MICHAEL GORDON in Amman, Jordan: “Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said that President Trump, who had been accused by lawmakers of dragging his feet on Afghanistan, had settled on a new strategy after a ‘rigorous’ review.
“‘The president has made a decision,’ Mr. Mattis told reporters on an overnight flight that arrived in Amman ... on Sunday. ‘I am very comfortable that the strategic process was sufficiently rigorous.’ Mr. Mattis received the authority in June to send nearly 4,000 troops to Afghanistan so that the United States military could expand its efforts to advise Afghan forces and support them with American artillery and air power. But Mr. Mattis had refrained from building up the American force there until the Trump administration settled on a broader strategy. Mr. Mattis declined to say what steps the president had ordered, including troop levels. He added that Mr. Trump wanted to announce the details to the American people, and that the president was expected to do so in coming days. …
“The decision to send troops is just one component of a strategy that is also expected to outline ways to pressure Pakistan to shut down the sanctuaries that the Taliban and other extremist groups have maintained on its territory. ‘It is a South Asia strategy; it not just an Afghanistan strategy,’ Mr. Mattis said.” http://nyti.ms/2x2TxKm
Good Sunday morning. SNEAK PEEK -- DAVID REMNICK in the New Yorker, coming out tomorrow: “Early last November, just before Election Day, Barack Obama was driven through the crisp late-night gloom of the outskirts of Charlotte, as he barnstormed North Carolina on behalf of Hillary Clinton. … During his speech in Charlotte that night, Obama warned that no one really changes in the Presidency; rather, the office ‘magnifies’ who you already are. So if you ‘accept the support of Klan sympathizers before you’re President, or you’re kind of slow in disowning it, saying, ‘Well, I don’t know,’ then that’s how you’ll be as President.’” http://bit.ly/2ihQqes … A look inside the magazinehttp://bit.ly/2vPCKvX
-- WORTH NOTING: Obama has not publicly responded to Trump’s comments post-Charlottesville except to post a tweet quoting Nelson Mandela.
MARK LANDLER and MAGGIE HABERMAN: “With Bannon’s Ouster, Question Remains Whether His Agenda Will Be Erased, Too”http://nyti.ms/2x2QKRw
-- JOSH DAWSEY and MATT NUSSBAUM: “The departures from Trump’s White House have come at a dizzying pace in recent weeks: multiple communications directors, the chief of staff and the press secretary have all left, along with top aides on the national security council and a number of CEOs from influential business councils. But none of the departures are likely to change the dynamics as much as that of the polarizing Bannon, whose ouster on Friday could alienate conservatives, hearten some who feared his brand of populism-nationalism, and dial down the fights inside 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
‘“Bannon is the intellectual heart and soul of the Trump movement,’ said Mark Corallo, a prominent GOP operative who served briefly as the spokesperson for Trump’s private legal team. ‘He was the think tank. He’s the idea generator. … He was the guy who was the most thoughtful about how to enact the agenda, how to build a coalition.’” http://politi.co/2vdOox4
BREITBART’S LEAD STORY -- “Report: Powerful GOP Donor Sheldon Adelson Supports Campaign to Oust McMaster”http://bit.ly/2vPDzET
-- BANNON SPEAKS to Bob Costa and John Wagner, who reported from Bedminster: “‘If the Republican Party on Capitol Hill gets behind the president on his plans and not theirs, it will all be sweetness and light, be one big happy family,’ Bannon said. ... ‘No administration in history has been so divided among itself about the direction about where it should go,’ Bannon said, adding that Trump’s base is frustrated by a congressional agenda that has dovetailed more with traditional Republican priorities than the agenda Trump championed.” http://wapo.st/2wepaDo
--“Breitbart bullish on Bannon return, promises ‘aggressive expansion,’” by Cristiano Lima: “Breitbart News is riding high amid its reunion with executive chairman Steve Bannon. ... ‘I think we definitely are planning on stepping up our game,’ Breitbart News Washington editor Matthew Boyle said during the outlet’s weekly SiriusXM show on Saturday. ‘[W]e’re planning a lot of aggressive expansion and much more aggressive reporting than we’ve already been doing ... We’ve been a pirate ship without a captain for a year ... We’re thrilled to have our captain back.” http://politi.co/2xfu5AT
THERE WE GO! -- DAILY MAIL SAYS IVANKA AND JARED PUSHED BANNON OUT: “How Jewish convert Ivanka got ‘Bannon the Barbarian’ to go: Trump’s daughter ‘helped to force out’ aide blamed over President’s failure to condemn neo-Nazi rally … Chief strategist Bannon, 63, helped orchestrate the President’s election victory … But many blamed him for Trump’s failure last week to condemn neo-Nazis … ‘Pushed out’ by daughter Ivanka and her husband because of his far-Right views”: http://dailym.ai/2v3rp8p
-- FRONT PAGE OF THE BALTIMORE SUN: “Jared Kushner’s firm seeks arrest of Maryland tenants to collect debt,” by Doug Donovan: “The real estate company owned by Jared Kushner, son-in-law and top adviser to President Donald Trump, has been the most aggressive in Maryland in using a controversial debt-collection tactic: getting judges to order the arrest of people who owe his company money. Since 2013, the first full year in which the Kushner Cos. operated in Maryland, corporate entities affiliated with the firm’s 17 apartment complexes in the state have sought the civil arrest of 105 former tenants for failing to appear in court to face allegations of unpaid debt, The Baltimore Sun has found.” http://bsun.md/2weo36H
-- TIMES OF ISRAEL: “Abbas says Trump administration ‘in chaos’”: “‘Each time they reiterate their commitment to a two-state solution and the stop to settlement building, Abbas says. ‘I urge them to tell Netanyahu that, but they are deterred.’ ‘I don’t even know how they are dealing with us, because his entire administration is in chaos,’ he adds.” http://bit.ly/2uVkvWM
MNUCHIN RESPONDS TO CRITICS IN HIS YALE CLASS -- via Zach Warmbrodt: “I don’t believe the allegations against the president are accurate. I believe that having highly talented men and women in our country surrounding the president in his administration should be reassuring to you and all the American people.” Mnuchin’s full statementhttp://bit.ly/2v3Q0tY
NEW POLL -- “Trump’s Job Rating Is Below 40 Percent in Three Key Midwest States,” by NBC’s Mark Murray: “President Donald Trump’s job-approval rating in the three states that helped propel him to the White House – Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin – stands below 40 percent, according to a trio of NBC News/Marist polls of these key states in the Midwest. In addition, Democrats enjoy double-digit leads in Michigan and Pennsylvania on the question of which party voters prefer to control Congress after the 2018 midterms, and they hold an 8-point advantage in Wisconsin.
“And in all three states, more than six-in-10 voters say Trump’s conduct as president has embarrassed them, versus just a quarter who have said it’s made them proud. These three NBC/Marist polls were conducted Aug. 13-17 – after the August 12 unrest and violence in Charlottesville, Va., as well as in the midst of President Trump’s multiple responses to that unrest and violence.” http://nbcnews.to/2v3zs58
ABOUT YESTERDAY ... -- BOSTON GLOBE FRONT PAGE: “MAKING A STAND AGAINST RACISM … Resolute and ready, they marched … Rally by tens of thousands is peaceful but pointed” -- A1 pdfhttp://bit.ly/2ve082I
-- “‘Free speech’ rally speakers, little heard, end event quickly,” by the Boston Globe’s Beth Healy: “By 12:45 p.m., only 45 minutes into their official program, organizers of the Boston Free Speech rally ended the event and were escorted by police out of the park, to chants of ‘Go home, Nazis’ from the crowd. A Facebook post for the event listed 14 speakers and was scheduled to last for two hours.” http://bit.ly/2fX8NEr
-- @realDonaldTrump: “Great job by all law enforcement officers and Boston Mayor @Marty_Walsh. Our great country has been divided for decades. Sometimes you need protest in order to heal, & we will heal, & be stronger than ever before! I want to applaud the many protesters in Boston who are speaking out against bigotry and hate. Our country will soon come together as one!”
… AND IN CHICAGO: “7 shot, 1 fatally, in West Pullman attack among 33 shot in 13 hours,” by the Chicago Tribune’s Elva Malagon and Denease Williams-Harris. http://trib.in/2v32Zfp
WHAT OTTAWA WANTS YOU TO READ -- “The Trump Unit: Inside Canada’s PMO squad to save NAFTA,” by the National Post’s Alexander Panetta: “The Canadian government has created an election-style nerve centre to handle White House-related challenges and officials who describe its operations say it has about eight regular staff: two former trade officials, two senior PMO officials, an ambassador, a writer, a cabinet minister, and it’s run by a young staffer with a reputation for staying cool while smothering political fires.
“The most blistering inferno it’s preparing to confront is a scenario where the president threatens NAFTA. Everybody involved anticipates the threat level from Trump will rise with the heat of negotiations. A well-connected Washington lobbyist milling about last week’s talks said a Trump pullout threat is virtually assured: ‘Almost 100 per cent.’ Trade lawyer Dan Ujczo said it’s a logical play for the president: ‘The threat of withdrawal is his key negotiating leverage.’” http://bit.ly/2wlnOad
GREAT STORY -- ANNIE KARNI on NEWT GINGRICH: “Newt Gingrich goes to spouse school”: “Last week, Newt Gingrich sat in a classroom surrounded by 11 women and one other man, furiously jotting notes. In the weeklong intensive, where classes ran from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with only a short cafeteria lunch break in between, the former House Speaker and onetime presidential candidate received a crash course in a new role: invisible spouse. When he moves to Rome with his third wife, Callista Gingrich, to become husband of the Ambassador to the Holy See, the ubiquitous Fox News talking head, will have no official diplomatic role abroad, beyond being generally presentable and essentially not heard from.
“It will be a challenge for an outspoken sometimes-booster, sometimes-critic of the Trump administration, who said he does not plan to terminate his contract with Fox News. But like former President Bill Clinton during his wife’s two bids for the presidency, Gingrich will be taking on the secondary role of booster after a public life spent demanding the limelight. Aware that this new, less celebrated, role will take some getting used to, Gingrich eagerly enrolled himself in what he referred to, excitedly, as ‘spouse school.’
“The program, run by the State Department and hosted on the Arlington campus of the Foreign Service Institute, was started in the 1950s, when it was referred to simply as the ‘Wives Seminar.’ Over the years, a State Department official said, it ‘has evolved into a variety of training and orientation programs for foreign affairs family members.’ Today, topics include: ‘expectations and personal goals for your time overseas,’ ‘post morale,’ ‘the official residence,’ ‘navigating a public diplomacy role,’ ‘legal issues and ethics,’ as well as ‘stress management.’” http://politi.co/2x2pnHl
WHAT AMERICA IS READING … -- THE BIRMINGHAM (ALA.) NEWS: “With Jones, Democrats dreaming big again: ‘Mount Rushmore of political upsets’” http://bit.ly/2iguP5O … ARIZONA REPUBLIC: “Sign of respect for the eclipse: Navajos won’t be watching ‘sacred communication’ between sun and moon” http://bit.ly/2x3k8XK ... CHARLOTTE OBSERVER: “HERITAGE OR ‘SHAMEFUL HISTORY’?: Gastonia’s Confederate monument, one of dozens standing quietly on N.C. public property, inspires loyalty even as people question its message” http://bit.ly/2vPqZ8F … JANESVILLE (WIS.) GAZETTE: “Now available: One-fourth of business space vacant in downtown Janesville.” http://bit.ly/2wtHAjd
-- RARE: INDIANAPOLIS STAR FULL FRONT PAGE EDITORIAL: “LET’S STAND AGAINST HATE. TOGETHER” http://bit.ly/2vPTuTS
REMEMBERING ARTHUR FINKELSTEIN – NYT’s Sam Roberts: “Finkelstein, a reclusive political Svengali who revolutionized campaign polling and financing and helped elect a bevy of conservative candidates, including President Ronald Reagan and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel, died on Friday night in Ipswich, Mass., where he lived. He was 72. ... Mr. Finkelstein was among the first political strategists in the late 1970s to grasp the potential of a United States Supreme Court ruling that allowed putatively independent political committees to spend money on behalf of individual candidates and causes. ... He also pioneered sophisticated demographic analyses of primary voters and methodical exit polling, and of using a marketing strategy, called microtargeting, to identify specific groups of potential supporters of a candidate regardless of their party affiliation.” http://nyti.ms/2xfq2En … Statement by his familyhttp://bit.ly/2ihkjeR … National Review profilehttp://bit.ly/2we3uqY
-- AP: “Comedian, civil rights activist Dick Gregory dies,” by Daisy Nguyen: “Dick Gregory, the comedian and activist and who broke racial barriers in the 1960s and used his humor to spread messages of social justice and nutritional health, has died. He was 84. Gregory died late Saturday in Washington, D.C. after being hospitalized for about a week, his son Christian Gregory told The Associated Press. He had suffered a severe bacterial infection. As one of the first black standup comedians to find success with white audiences, in the early 1960s, Gregory rose from an impoverished childhood in St. Louis to win a college track scholarship and become a celebrated satirist who deftly commented upon racial divisions at the dawn of the civil rights movement.” http://bit.ly/2fWy16a
SUNDAY BEST -- JAKE TAPPER talks to OHIO GOV. JOHN KASICH on CNN’s “STATE OF THE UNION”: TAPPER: “If everything continues like it has been, does a Republican need to step forward to challenge President Trump in three years?” KASICH: “Well, Jake, as you said, I don’t have any plans to do anything like that. I’m rooting for him to get it together. We all are. We’re only like seven months into this presidency. … What we have to start thinking about, all of us, not just the president, but down where we live, in the neighborhoods, in the communities, we’ve gotta build a stronger America. Look, why am I on this show. You asked me to come on.
“I’m trying to have a responsible voice. To call things out when they need to be called out, but also to support my country. So what I hope is going to happen … I hope we’re going to have stability, the president is going to learn from these episodes and we’re going to do better. That’s what I hope is going to happen. We’ll have to wait and see.”
-- FOX NEWS SUNDAY: “Trump ally blast congressional leaders,” by Kyle Cheney: “A top ally of President Donald Trump offered hints Sunday of a coming war on Republican leaders in Congress, a battle presaged by the return of former chief strategist Steve Bannon to Breitbart News.
“‘There’s a lack of leadership on one side of Pennsylvania Avenue,’ said David Bossie, a former Trump campaign adviser, appearing on ‘Fox News Sunday.’ Bossie, who said he’s spoken to Bannon ‘many times’ in recent days, said Bannon’s departure from the administration will help the administration at ‘leaning into Congress.’ He repeatedly decried a ‘failure of leadership in the House and Senate.’ ‘Mitch McConnell and Paul Ryan have to step up,’ Bossie said, adding, ‘The House and Senate leadership has not bought into the president’s agenda fully.’” http://politi.co/2vdLlF0
-- SEN. TIM KAINE talks to JOHN DICKERSON on CBS’S “FACE THE NATION” about Robert E. Lee’s statue in the Capitol: “Every state gets two statues to put in Statuary Hall or throughout the capital. Just using Virginia as an example. The state gets to choose two people to represent the entire scope of the state’s history. Virginia obviously chose George Washington, the father of the country. But the second choice that was made in 1909, and has never been changed, is Robert E. Lee.
“I think as you look at the scope of Virginia history here in 2017, and if you want there to be two people to really stand for who Virginia is, why wouldn’t you think about Pocahontas who, had she not saved John Smith’s life, we wouldn’t even be here possibly? Why wouldn’t you think about a Barbara Johns, who led a school walkout in Prince Edward County that ultimately became part of the Brown versus Board, desegregation decision? Why wouldn’t you think about Governor Wilder, the grandson of a slave, a decorated Korean War combat veteran, who became the first elected African-American government in the history of the country? I think from 2017 looking backward, I think Virginia could probably do better in the two people that we choose to stand for us in Statuary Hall. And I think a number of the other states can do better as well.”
-- SIREN:@facethenation: Sen. Scott: "'As we look to the future it's going to be be very difficult for POTUS to lead. His moral authority remains compromised.'"
JAKE’S TIP OF THE DAY -- WEAR THESE SHOES (Allbirds are kind of great) -- NYT Style:“To Fit Into Silicon Valley, Wear These Wool Shoes,” by Nellie Bowles. http://nyti.ms/2vdNIaQ
DEPT. OF TAX REFORM IS HARD -- “Left warns Democrats in tax reform fight,” by Elana Schor: “Liberal activists who hounded the GOP throughout its failed Obamacare repeal bid are gearing up to hit any Democrat who strays from the fold on tax cuts for the wealthy — including some of the party’s most politically vulnerable incumbents. Democrats were spared the sight of their progressive base battling centrists on Obamacare, which proved a uniquely unifying issue for both wings of the party. But there’s no guarantee that taxes will be another kumbaya moment for Democratic leaders, who have long struggled to contain tensions between red-state lawmakers facing tough reelections and a grassroots emboldened by resistance to President Donald Trump’s agenda. …
“Liberal groups are vowing to fight the GOP tax bill as hard as they battled Obamacare repeal. They’re expecting Democrats to stand together against any legislation that cuts taxes for the rich, even if it also trims tax bills for others. And they’re prepared to unleash their energized grassroots on any lawmaker who doesn’t get on board.” http://politi.co/2wlrl8H
IMPORTANT -- THE HILL’S BEN KAMISAR: “The Republican National Committee expanded its massive fundraising lead over the Democratic National Committee in July as the Democrats posted their worst July haul in a decade. The DNC raised just $3.8 million in July, compared to the $10.2 million raised by the RNC in the same month. While the GOP has no debt, the DNC added slightly to its debt in July, which now sits at $3.4 million.” http://bit.ly/2uUsZxC
THE OPPOSITION -- “Amateur sleuths hunt for Trump bombshells,” by Darren Samuelsohn: “Nearly 3,000 miles from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Washington offices, another investigation into President Donald Trump is underway. This one unfolds in the public libraries and coffee shops of San Francisco, where a self-employed 40-year-old named Geoff Andersen has worked since November for 16 hours a day, seven days a week, burning through nearly $45,000 in personal savings and donations from friends and family in pursuit of hidden truths about Trump’s rise to power. … Andersen is not alone in his largely solitary quest. Countless amateur sleuths are on the case, from a short-order cook in Belfast whose research was recently cited by the Daily Beast to a Florida art teacher who tells POLITICO he is applying his pattern-recognition skills to Trump's sprawling business empire.
“Undaunted by a lack of subpoena power or search warrants, and the government’s vast legal and technical expertise, countless people like these are poring through Trump’s personal and business records, as well as overlooked 2016 campaign clues. They share their findings through email, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Reddit and even tips to reporters and the FBI. Most labor in obscurity, but all are motivated by the lottery-like odds of a discovery that has eluded journalists and prosecutors but which just might bring down a president.” http://politi.co/2fW575P
VALLEY READ -- KARA SWISHER: “Jeff Immelt has emerged as the front-runner to become Uber’s CEO”: “While the tension on the board of the car-hailing company remains high — due of late to an ugly lawsuit that one of its major investors, Benchmark, is waging against its ousted co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick — sources said that a majority of the board is coalescing around the experienced Immelt.
“That could certainly change, said sources, and there are two other executives who are also still being considered, neither of whom is a woman, as some had hoped. Sources said a vote of Uber’s directors is likely to happen within the next two weeks, which does not have to be unanimous, although most directors are hoping it will be. In any case, Immelt has pulled ahead, said several sources. One of Immelt’s earliest and strongest supporters on the board is Arianna Huffington, said sources, but he is also the top choice of several directors. Others still undecided — including Benchmark, which has weakened its status because of the lawsuit and ensuing publicity — have become convinced that Uber needs to hire someone who can quickly deal with a number of pressing and problematic issues and consider Immelt fully capable of handling that well.” http://bit.ly/2vPtw2O
MEDIAWATCH -- “Jersey Gov. Chris Christie no longer a candidate to replace Mike Francesa at WFAN,” by N.Y. Daily News’ Bob Raissman: “Scratch Chris Christie off the list of candidates to replace Mike (Sports Pope) Francesa when he leaves WFAN (if he actually does) in December. FAN sources said the suits searching for Francesa’s replacement have informed the New Jersey Governor his Gasbag services will not be needed.” http://nydn.us/2vUASAc
BONUS GREAT WEEKEND READS, curated by Daniel Lippman, filing from Nantucket:
--“After The Flame,” by Wayne Drehs and Mariana Lajolo in ESPN the Magazine: “The 2016 Summer Games were supposed to bring Rio and Brazil to new financial and athletic heights. What’s left behind? A city and country shrouded by corruption, debt and broken promises.” http://es.pn/2vGuvCn
--“A Brief History of Traveling With Cats,” by Jackie Mansky in Smithsonian: “Fierce felines of history sailed the world, survived Europe’s crusade against them and made it all the way to Memedom.” http://bit.ly/2uTzyfG
--“Bangalore, before the dystopia,” by Harish C Menon in Quartz – per The Browser’s description: “Bangalore has gone from Garden City to Garbage City in 30 years. Renowned as the tech hub of India, producing 10% of India’s GDP, the city is ‘a disaster in slow motion’. Population and area have tripled with little in the way of planning or infrastructure. Green spaces and watercourses have been concreted over. Quality of life has fallen to the lowest of all Indian cities. Residents ‘grapple with self-combusting foaming toxic lakes”. By 2025 Bangalore ‘will be simply uninhabitable.” http://bit.ly/2v4ADAs
--“‘Y’all Sent Me to Washington at an Interesting Time,’” by The Atlantic’s Molly Ball: “A freshman Republican lawmaker [Jim Banks] tries to stay on the right side of his constituents—and his principles—deep in Trump Country.” http://theatln.tc/2v4ruZ0
--“What the Heck Is Guam? A Guide for the Perplexed,” by Shannon Togawa Mercer in Lawfare: “It sits almost 1,500 miles south of Japan and around 2,100 miles from North Korea. ... According to historians, Guam was discovered and populated by Austronesian peoples around 4,000 years ago. Guam got a jump on contact with Europeans when Ferdinand Magellan stumbled upon Guam in 1521.” http://bit.ly/2wjhGOQ
--“The partition goes on: A Pakistani perspective,” by Mohammed Hanif on Al-Jazeera: “Like many Pakistanis I saw my first Indians in London and was surprised that they were a bit like us. Most Indians and Pakistanis have the same reaction when they meet. It seems as if they are brought up to believe that a community of ferals lives across the border. The most we know about each other is from moving images from films and songs, and a bit from books.” http://es.pn/2vGuvCn
--“James Baldwin’s Istanbul,” by Suzy Hansen in PublicBooks: “Baldwin was delighted by the Turkish custom of holding hands — even men could be openly affectionate. It was easier to be gay in Istanbul than in America, and easier to be black ... [The city was] a place anyone could go to live and feel free.” http://bit.ly/2fO2Vxi
--“What should you do when two ISIS suspects are interrogated right before your eyes?” by Anthony Loyd in the New Statesman: “I felt intrigued but uncomfortable, watching it all unfold, the bound and kneeling men waiting for the whip or worse. I knew that if I left the room both prisoners would get thrashed for sure, and likely tortured. If I stayed, they might get thrashed anyway, in front of me, which might have implied my acquiescence. But I also wanted to know what would happen. It was awkward either way.” http://bit.ly/2fNROEt
--“The Fight of His Life,” by Brian Castner in Esquire: “Afghan Army Captain Noorullah Aminyar was once a valuable ally to the American military. But after a failed defection attempt and three years in detention, his asylum claim now rests on the argument that the U.S. has lost its longest war.” http://bit.ly/2wdhWQi (h/t Longreads.com)
--“Mr. Nice Guy,” by Wired’s Nicholas Thompson: “Instagram’s Kevin Systrom wants to clean up the %[email protected]! Internet.” http://bit.ly/2wdqlU0
--“My Life Lessons in Rust Belt Racism,” by Kim Kingsley on Medium:
http://bit.ly/2xfTcU0
--“The White Lies of Craft Culture,” by Lauren Michele Jackson in Eater: “How the world of small batch, single origin, and totally artisanal erases the people of color who made it possible.” http://bit.ly/2fUeLG
SPOTTED: Rep. Joe Crowley (D-N.Y.) at Cisco Brewery on Friday on Nantucket ... John King on an American Airlines flight from DCA to Nantucket on Saturday morning.
WEEKEND WEDDINGS -- “Elise Stefanik, Matthew Manda” -- N.Y. Times: “Ms. Stefanik, 33, is a United States congresswoman, representing the 21st District of New York. She is a Republican serving on the House Armed Services Committee; the Committee on Education and the Workforce; and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. Elected in 2014 at age 30, she is the youngest woman elected to Congress in United States history. Previously she served in the Office of the Chief of Staff in the White House under President George W. Bush. She graduated from Harvard. ...
“Mr. Manda, 34, is the marketing and communications director in Alexandria, Va., for the Media Group of America, which owns and operates the media outlet Independent Journal Review. Previously he was the communications director for Representative Kevin Yoder, Republican of Kansas, and as the political director for 2010 campaign for Senator Jerry Moran, Republican of Kansas. The groom graduated from the University of Kansas. ... The couple met through mutual friends in January 2012 at a party hosted by the bride in Washington.” With pichttp://nyti.ms/2wlkegi
-- Pool report: “At the Hall of Springs in Saratoga State Park, guests noshed on Baby lamb chops, a raw bar pork belly sliders, potato pancakes, antipasti in honor of the bride's Italian roots, a Cannoli bar and a gelato bar. The Bride and groom had a choreographed dance to ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.’ The father and daughter dance was to Hamilton’s ‘Dear Theodosia.’” Picshttp://bit.ly/2x2Paixhttp://bit.ly/2fWc3Qv
SPOTTED: Russ Schriefer and Nina Easton, Lenny and Amelia Chassé Alcivar, Ryan Coyne, Joel and Laura Cox Kaplan, Anita and Tim McBride, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), Reps. Carlos Curbelo (R-Fla.), Will Hurd (R-Texas), Chris Collins (R-N.Y.), Mimi Walters (R-Calif.), David Young (R-Idaho), John Katko (R-N.Y.), Susan Brooks (R-Ind.) and Joe Wilson (R-S.C.), New York State Assemblyman Dan Stec, NY State Conservative Party Chair Mike Long, Megan and Tyler Foote, Phil Musser, Mike Leavitt, Tom and Corinne Hoare, Lindley and Dustin Sherer, Aly and Graham Wheeler, Ali and Stuart Siciliano, and Anthony Katie Pileggi.
-- Jonathan Nabavi, vice president of public policy and government affairs at the NFL, and Catherine Hansen, who works on congressional relations at Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, were married Saturday in Bar Harbor. NYT announcement with pichttp://nyti.ms/2vdRW2h … Wedding pichttp://bit.ly/2xfxkIjSPOTTED: Andrew Kovalcin, Rebecca and Matt Haller, Bradley Hayes, Adriana Brizuela and Chris Gindlesperger, Nicole Gustafson, Ali Tulbah and Alana Nolan, Sergio Rodriguera, Allison O’Brien, Nat and Melissa Sillin, Dan Finucane and Danielle Bruccheri and Sean Fairchild.
ENGAGED -- Andrea Saul, who works on communications at Facebook and was national press secretary for Romney 2012, got engaged on Saturday to David Nosbusch, who works in business development at Box and is a Harvard Business School grad. He proposed on the 18th green at 3 Creek Ranch in Jackson Hole, with friends and family nearby. They met through mutual friends watching college football at NorthStar Cafe in San Francisco.
WELCOME TO THE WORLD – Krista Zuzenak, co-founder of mKz Inc and member of Team Pelosi, and Brian Zuzenak, partner at Moxie Media and member of Team McAuliffe, “welcomed their 3rd roommate Isabelle Emma on [Friday]. Isabelle weighed 7 pounds 4 ounces and despite many bets that Baby Z was a boy she surprised and melted the hearts of her parents, family and friends. The couple fell in love across departments at the DCCC and can’t wait to introduce her to the entire Pelosi/McAuliffe Family.” Pichttp://bit.ly/2uVun37
BIRTHDAYS: Fox News’s Fin Gomez, celebrating in Iceland running a half marathon … Lea Berman ... Chuck Campion, chairman and co-founder of Dewey Square Group (hat tips: Rick Ahearn) … Jenny Backus ... Amb. Michael Froman, a distinguished fellow at CFR and former USTR, is 55 (h/t Andrew Bates) ... Brad Fingeroot … Politico’s Doug Palmer ... Scott Rothrock, CTO at advanced-manufacturing company Xometry and a Politico alum ... BPI birthday twins: partner Ben LaBolt and COO Ann Marie Habershaw (h/ts Jen Nedeau and Addie Whisenant) … Al Roker is 63 ... former Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) is 82 ... former Sen. George Mitchell (D-Maine) is 84 ... Targeted Victory co-founder Zac Moffatt ... Connie Chung … Rae-Lynn Ziegler, director of social media and outreach for the Washington Free Beacon (h/t Anton Vuljaj) … Rachel Thomas, who works on external relations, gov’t and regulatory affairs at IBM ... Susan Aspey ... Kendell (Coletti) Mountain ... Gina Keeney, partner at Lawler, Metzger, Keeney& Logan and a FCC alum (h/t Jon Haber) ... Brianna McCullough … Rep. Brad Schneider (D-Ill.) is 56 (h/t Josh Brown) … Rep. Kathy Castor (D-Fla.) is 51 ... Sen. Steve Daines (R-Mont.) is 55. He’s celebrating by grilling burgers with his family at home and his three dogs. ... former Rep. Ruben Hinojosa (D-Tex.) is 77 ... Tarrah Cooper, managing director at Mercury ... Matt Shapanka is 3-0 ... Morgan Murtaugh ... Jody Serrano (h/t Amy Sisk) ... Alice Frost Richardson ...
... CNN senior media reporter Oliver Darcy ... Jim Hock, adviser at PSP Capital and former Commerce COS … Meghan Grant ... Madeline Shepherd, associate director of federal policy at Council for a Strong America (h/t Rachel Wein) ... Gordon Neal ... Hayley Herrin (Peterson), senior correspondent at Business Insider ... Patrick Drahi is 54 ... Matthew Gould is 46 ... David Ryan Adelman is 36 (h/ts Jewish Insider) ... Pat Collier IV, policy director at JB Pritzker for Governor … Jeff Morehouse is 37 ... Angelica Alatorre … Nicholas Himebaugh ... Kenny Swab ... Jordan Kittleson ... Shannon Travis ... Linnea Dyer Hegarty ... Katie Peters, comms director for Americans for Responsible Solutions ... Casey Badmington ... Eleni Roumel ... Steve Pfrang ... Shannon Harris ... Ari Goldberg, VP of comms at First Focus, is 44 ... Faryar Shirzad ... Jen Brown … Lona Valmoro … Bob Hudek … Ryan O’Keefe (h/ts Teresa Vilmain)
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2017.03.28 14:28 xaviertobin This year is shaping up to be a huge one for film. Here's a list of 45+ promising movies to watch out for this year, including basic descriptions, early reviews and trailers. Organised between original and franchise films.

Every year I feel like I miss a heap of movies that I know exist or have been recommended that fly under my radar when they’re in cinemas. This year I starting making a list in Google Keep to keep track of films to watch, and it started getting so big that I figured it’d be worth sharing. There are definitely some really promising sequels and franchise movies coming out this year, but I’ve gone into more detail for the original films given that they don’t tend to have the same marketing presence, and because so many look like they’ll be excellent. Let me know if there’s anything promising that I’ve missed, I’ll come back and keep this last updated so you can refer to it in the future!

First, 28 non-sequel, non-reboot, non-remake films to watch out for (will be updated with 10 more suggestions from the comments):

There’s a huge number of promising original movies here. There’s not a single one here that looks bad on paper (IMO), whether it be because of the director, cast or because of a unique plot.

Battle of the Sexes

A sports drama-comedy starring Emma Stone and Steve Carrell. Directed by the directors of Little Miss Sunshine, written by the writers of Slumdog Millionaire, cinematographer of La La Land and the composer of Moonlight. Plot loosely based on the 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.

The Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara

An upcoming historical period drama film starring Mark Rylance as Pope Pius IX, Oscar Isaac and Isaac Eshete. Directed by Steven Spielberg and composed by John Williams.

A Ghost Story

“A ghost (Casey Affleck) silently observes his grieving widow (Rooney Mara) in his beloved home.“ Really solid reviews so far, and a great cast. Definitely one to look forward to.

Baby Driver

“Talented getaway driver Baby (Ansel Elgort) relies on the beat of his personal soundtrack to be the best in the game. After meeting the woman (Lily James) of his dreams, he sees a chance to ditch his shady lifestyle and make a clean break.” A new Edgar Wright original. If that isn't enough to sell you, the movie is so far on 100% with an average rating of 8.5/10 on Rotten Tomatoes. Trailer here.

Gemini

“A heinous crime tests the complex relationship between a tenacious personal assistant and her Hollywood starlet boss.” Directed by Aaron Kratz, extremely positive reviews from critics out of SXSW. Looks like a great mystery-thriller.

Molly’s Game

“The true story of Molly Bloom, a young skier and former Olympic hopeful becomes a successful entrepreneur (and a target of an FBI investigation) when she establishes a high-stakes, international poker game.” Screenplay adapted by Aaron Sorkin and directed by him in his directorial debut. Starring Jessica Chastain, Idris Elba, Kevin Costner, Brian d'Arcy James and Chris O'Dowd. Can’t wait for this one, amazing writer, great cast, and a possibly great director (hopefully a bit of David Fincher has rubbed onto Sorkin).

The Death of Stalin

A political satire chronicling the events that transpired after the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953. Directed and written by the creator of Veep and The Thick of It, Armando Iannucci.

Dunkirk

“Follows the true story of the Dunkirk evacuation in WW2.” The next film by Christopher Nolan, starring Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance and others. Can’t wait for this one, obviously. Trailer here.

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

“After months have passed without a culprit in her daughter’s murder case, Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William Willoughby (Woody Harrelson), the town’s revered chief of police.” This one looks great. Written and directed by Martin McDonagh, the creator of In Bruges and Seven Psychopaths. This guy doesn’t make movies often, but when he does they don’t disappoint. Trailer here.

The Snowman

“Detective Harry Hole (Michael Fassbender) investigates the disappearance of a woman whose pink scarf is found wrapped around an ominous-looking snowman." Directed by Tomas Alfredson (Let The Right One In, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) and starring Michael Fassbender, this is looking to be a pretty great British crime drama. Based on the novel of the same name.

Coco

“Coco follows a 12-year-old boy named Miguel who sets off a chain of events relating to a century-old mystery, leading to an extraordinary family reunion.” An original Pixar film! I’m keen, especially after Inside Out. Trailer here.

Colossal

“A bizarre sci-fi comedy starring Anne Hathaway who discovers that she is strangely connected to a monster attacking Seoul, South Korea. When she moves, the monster moves.” Looks bizarre and creative, with positive (but also divisive) reviews. Seems like the kind of movie that could become a quiet cult classic. Trailer here.

Wind River

“An FBI agent teams up with a veteran game tracker to investigate a murder that occurred on a Native American reservation.” Written and directed by Taylor Sheridan, the writer of Hell or High Water. Starring Elizabeth Olsen and Jeremy Renner. Really solid reviews so far.

The Disaster Artist

Based on the book of the same name, “The Disaster Artist is a 2017 American biographical comedy film directed, produced by, and starring James Franco. Based on Greg Sestero's non-fiction book of the same name, the film chronicles the making of the 2003 cult film The Room.” Early reviews are fantastic, supposedly Franco’s best work. I’m so excited for this.

Mother

"Centers on a couple whose relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence." Written and directed by Darren Aronofsky, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Javier Bardem and Domnhall Gleeson. What an amazing team, another one I'm very keen for.

The Book of Henry

“When a boy who is being raised by his single mother develops feelings for the girl next door, he plots a murder to protect the girl from the ongoing harm of her father. “ A Colin Treverrow (Jurassic World, Safety not Guaranteed) film starring Naomi Watts, Maddie Ziegler and Jacob Tremblay.

The Big Sick

“The Big Sick is based on the real courtship of Kumail Nanjiani and his now-wife, Emily Gordon. Kumail's traditional Muslim family are unhappy with his relationship with Emily, an American. When Emily is waylaid by a mysterious illness, Kumail must take charge of the crisis with her parents, Beth and Terry“. Written by and starring Kumail Nanjiani. If the extremely positive reviews from SXSW are anything to go by, this is worth a watch.

Free Fire

“Set in Boston in 1978, a meeting in a deserted warehouse between two gangs turns into a shootout and a game of survival.” A fun, intense, “bottle-episode” kind of movie starring Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Sharlto Copley and Cillian Murphy. Coming in April, and early reviews are very solid. Unlikely to be a game-changer, but apparently a really enjoyable watch. Trailer here.

Lucky

“Lucky follows the spiritual journey of a 90-year-old atheist — played by Harry Dean Stanton — and the quirky characters that inhabit his off-the-map desert town. He finds himself at the precipice of life, thrust into a journey of self-exploration.” Directed by John Carroll Lynch and starring Harry Dean Stanton. Another film with great reviews out of SXSW.

Raw

“Stringent vegetarian Justine (Garance Marillier) encounters a decadent, merciless and dangerously seductive world during her first week at veterinary school.” A directorial debut from Julia Ducournau, Raw is apparently hard to watch, but also hard to look away from. Trailer here (NSFW).

Small Town Crime

“An alcoholic ex-cop finds the body of a young woman and, through an act of self-redemption, becomes hell-bent on finding the killer.” Directed by Eshom and Ian Nelms, starring John Hawkes and Octavia Spencer. Early reviews and first thoughts are quite promising.

Wonder

“Auggie Pullman (Jacob Tremblay) is a young boy born with a facial deformity who moves into a new school and tries to fit in.“ Directed by Stephen Chbosky (writer and director of Perks of Being a Wallflower), also starring Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson.

American Made

“American Made tells the story of Barry Seal (Tom Cruise), a pilot who is recruited by the CIA to help counter the emerging communist threat in Central America. Seal's role in this major CIA covert operation led in turn to his involvement with the Medellin carte”. A biographical drama crime-thriller, directed by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity, Edge of Tomorrow).

Personal Shopper

“A young American in Paris works as a personal shopper for a celebrity. She seems to have the ability to communicate with spirits, like her recently deceased twin brother. Soon, she starts to receive ambiguous messages from an unknown source.” Directed by Olivier Assayas and featuring an apparently excellent performance by Kristen Stewart. Good to great reviews so far.

Logan Lucky

“Trying to reverse a family curse, brothers Jimmy (Channing Tatum) and Clyde Logan (Adam Driver) set out to execute an elaborate robbery during the legendary Coca-Cola 600 race at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, North Carolina during Memorial Day weekend.” Directed by Steven Soderbergh (Ocean’s 11, Out of Sight, Contagion), starring Channing Tatum, Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Hilary Swank and more. Absolutely stacked cast, and a great director. Can’t wait for this.

The Dark Tower

Based on the book series by Stephen King, I expect the IMDB plot will not do the story justice: “The Gunslinger, Roland Deschain, roams an Old West-like landscape where "the world has moved on" in pursuit of the man in black. Also searching for the fabled Dark Tower, in the hopes that reaching it will preserve his dying world.”. Directed by Nikolaj Arcel and starring Idris Elba, Kathryn Winnick and Matthew McConaughey.

The Circle

“A young tech worker takes a job at a powerful Internet corporation, quickly rises up the company's ranks, and soon finds herself in a perilous situation concerning privacy, surveillance and freedom.” Directed by James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now, End of the Tour), and starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks. Trailer here.

Get Out

“A young African-American man visits his Caucasian girlfriend's mysterious family estate.” This has been out for a while in the US (unfortunately will have to wait til May in Australia!), but I’ve included it just in case. Sitting at 99% on Rotten Tomatoes with only a single rotten review. Apparently excellent.

Additions from comments:

[Wonder Wheel]

"Plot unknown. Described as a period drama set in New York in the 1950s." Written and Directed by Woody Allen, starring Kate Winslet, Juno Temple and Justin Timberlake.

[Annihilation]

"A biologist signs up for a dangerous, secret expedition where the laws of nature don't apply." Based on the book of the same name.** Directed and adapted by Alex Garland, the writer of Ex Machina. Starring Natalie Portman, Oscar Isaac and Jennifer Jason Leigh.**

[Mute]

"A mute bartender goes up against his city's gangsters in an effort to find out what happened to his missing partner." Directed by Duncan Jones, written by Michael Robert Johnson and Duncan Jones. Starring Alexander Skarsgård, Justin Theroux and Sam Rockwell.

[Submergence]

I feel like the IMDB description of this gives a bit too much away, so I've found a more generic description: "An upcoming American-French-Spanish romantic thriller film, based on the novel of same name." Directed by Wim Wenders, starring Alicia Vikander, James McAvoy and Charlotte Rampling.

[Suburbicon]

There aren't many plot details for this, but it's been in the making for decades. Apparently the Coen brothers wrote the script in 1986. Directed by George Clooney, starring Matt Damon, Julianne Moore, Josh Brolin and Oscar Isaac. Definitely promising on paper.

[Hostiles]

[Wonderstruck]

[Darkest Hour]

[The Current War]

[Downsizing]

[The Shape of Water]

[The Beguiled]

[The Killing of a Sacred Deer]

[It Comes at Night]

[Under the Silver Lake]

[Okja]

[Call Me by Your Name]

[You Were Never Really Here]

[Last Flag Flying]

[Stronger]

And the sequels, reboots and big franchises:

I’m excited for a ton of these movies (kind of in order actually!). Here’s hoping they all turn out to be as good as I thought Logan was.
  • Star Wars: Episode VIII
  • Blade Runner 2049
  • Guardians of the Galaxy 2
  • Logan
  • John Wick 2
  • Alien Covenant
  • War for the Planet of the Apes
  • Pirates of the Caribbean 5
  • Kingsman: Secret Service 2
  • Spider-Man: Homecoming
  • Justice League
  • Thor: Ragnarok
  • Wonder Woman
  • It
  • Ghost in the Shell
  • Kong: Skull Island
  • The Mummy 3
  • Fate of the Furious: 8
  • Power Rangers
  • The Lego Batman Movie
  • Beauty and the Beast
  • Transformers 5
All together that comes to 50 movies, about 30 of which I wanna see in cinemas. I'm going to go broke, yay.
Hope you found a few you hadn't heard of and are interested in, and let me know if I've missed anything!
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2016.06.03 18:31 Giveaway412 Overwatch: THE MOVIE

So me and me and my brother were talking about this earlier; what would it be like if Hollywood (the real place, not the map) made a movie of Overwatch? This is what we came up with; A PERFECT, VERY ACCURATE OVERWATCH MOVIE. /s
There are two main characters: Johnathan McCree(played by Shia LaBeouf) and Jack Morrison(played by John Cena). The studio execs decided "Jessie" wasn't a good name for our main character and had it changed to something more heroic. He also cusses every other second. Morrison is never called Soldier 76 and only wears his mask once.
It's several decades after the Omnic crisis. Tensions have died down between the humans and Omnics. McCree, an Overwatch agent, suspects the Omnics are planning something.
Morrison has been fighting the Los Muertos gang in Dorado, to put an end to their illegal activities. The gang was hired by Jose Reyes (played by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson), also known as "Dark Reaper", who is Morrison's archenemy. After fighting the gang, Morrison(he used only his fists during the fight; neither him nor Reyes use guns) meets up with McCree, who agree that the threat is larger than it seems when they find BASTION UNIT parts in the crates the gang was shipping. They decide to recall Overwatch, their old justice organization to protect world peace.
After the gang returns to Reyes, he tells them they failed him and has his partner in crime, Widowmaker Black Widow(played by Scarlet Johannson) kill them all.
Meanwhile, intrepid Indian-American reporter Satya Vaswani from SNN(Symmeta News Network) is trying to get the hot scoop on the company VISHKAR, which she suspects of being corrupt. The company's CEO Lúcio assures the public nothing wrong is going on, but he is secretly funding the main villain for profit AND manufacturing the Bastion Units. He frequently discusses his evil plans in private with his bodyguard Zarya, who speaks in broken english and is too stupid to realize she's a villain.
Back at Overwatch headquarters, McCree and Morrison have gathered the Overwatch team together. They are as follows: Lena Oxton(played by an American actress with a bad cockney accent), codename "Trace", as the bumbling comic relief, Winston(movements provided by Andy Serkis and voiced by John Goodman), as the team's scientist, Reinhardt(played by John Rhys-Davies), is now a British knight because all German people are evil nazis. Angela Ziegler's birth name is now Athena Mercy, and she is the team's mission control and medic. She is also Italian for the same reasons as Reinhardt. Torbjörn(played by Peter Dinklage)'s name is pronounced as "Tor-buh-jorn" and he's clean-shaven. He's Winston's "little buddy" in the lab and the two form a comic relief duo.
Lastly, there is Amari(played by a blond, caucasian actress), McCree's ex girlfriend who broke up with him because her Egyptian family didn't approve of her being in a mixed race relationship. In the time she's been away from McCree, she's become an action heroine, but we never see her fight because McCree quickly tames her into a subserviant housewife as they rekindle their relationship.
None of the good guys have cybernetics anymore and almost all the bad guys too. Cybernetics is bad, kids.
Hanzo(played by Ken Watanabe; and now named Genji) is the only member of Overwatch that did not respond to the call, because he is looking for his dead brother Genji (played by some Japanese stuntman; and now named Hanzo.) Genji thinks Hanzo is dead, but is still looking for him anyway for some reason. Hanzo has actually been turned into a killer cyborg ninja(he is sometimes called a robot or a samurai) by VISHKAR, and Genji fights with him because "I know you're in there somewhere!"
Zenyatta is the real bad guy. He pretends to be a peaceful monk, but halfway through the film he reveals it was HE that was being funded by VISHKAR, and Reyes and Black Widow were just hired mercenaries. His Evil Genius is a very attractive, thin, Chinese scientist named Mei who wants to destroy the world using Climate Change. The moral of the story is that Climate Change is bad. When Zenyatta reveals his evil scheme, he reveals that he is a special "command class" of Omnic; all the other Omnics in the world then transform into Bastion units, that use their shoulder-mounted gatling guns to attack the military under cover of Mei's worldwide blizzard. It's time for Overwatch to spring into action!
Throughout the whole movie, Junkrat and Roadhog appear. Junkrat is the audience surrogate, and explains to the audience what's going on. He is always dressed in his Jester skin. Roadhog(played by a super muscular male supermodel) never wears his mask, is from Spain, his real name is "El Rodriguez El Roadhog" and constantly flexes while shirtless to attract female audiences. They never interact with any other character.
D.Va also cameos as Lúcio's secretary. Her mech appears as a wooden statue on her desk.
The Overwatch team attacks Zenyatta's fortress in Nepal. Morrrison and Reyes get into a fistfight, during which Reyes reveals "Jack, my birth name is Jose Morrison. I AM YOUR BROTHER!". Jack is greatly distressed by this, but continues fighting. Similarly, Trace and Black Widow get into a designated girl fight.
McCree squares off against Zenyatta in a circle surrounded by Bastion units. They start a duel, but Zenyatta defeats McCree by firing his orbs of discord. The Omnic laughs as McCree falls. McCree lays there, injured and porless to keep going, when he remembers... the face of Amari, his one true love. He's inspired to keep going when the sun beats down on him from straight above, just barely getting through Mei's blizzard. He knows what time it is.
He stands up against all odds. Zenyatta laughs even harder, amused by his defiance.
The cowboy tips his hat, and says three words. "It's HIGH NOON." Zenyatta can't react before McCree draws his weapon and fans the hammer, riddling the robot with bullets and killing him. Meanwhile, Morrison regretfully kills Reyes, and mourns for him despite his brother's villainy.
Mei takes over and orders the Bastions to destroy the Overwatch heroes! McCree and the others run away to escape from the robots, but things look grim. As the horde of Bastions approach, Black Widow grabs Trace and holds her in front of her to be shot by the Bastions. However, Trace uses Recall(despite not having a time core, or her abilities never having been mentioned before) and Black Widow is shot and killed instead. Genji and Hanzo appear, and Hanzo has regained his old personality and is now good again. Hanzo realizes the Omnic AI is starting to take him over again, and kills himself. Genji uses his bow and arrows to defend his brother's body, but falls to the hordes that surround him.
Reinhardt holds the closing gate to the fortress open with his strength long enough for the others to escape, knowing it will kill him to do so. As the final hero escapes, he is fatally shot by Bastions, causing him to fall and trapping the Bastions inside the fortress. The fortress is then bombed by the US military so the movie can be officially backed by the Pentagon, as the heroes watch on. Mei is killed in the ensuing explosions.
Finally, Lucio orders the production of a new line of Bastions to try and take over the world again, but Satya confronts him in his office. He confesses the whole scheme to Satya, then orders Zarya to kill her. However, Satya reveals that she had a hidden microphone and camera, and the police burst in to arrest Lucio.
The surviving heroes gather together to hold a funeral for Reinhardt, as well as Reyes, who's body was brought back by Morrison. McCree breaks up with Amari. Amari tearfully asks "Why?" McCree replies "Because I'm a loner. And a loner's gotta be alone."
He rides off into the sunset High Noon and the credits roll. The movie critically bombs. The studio execs can't figure out why.
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2014.09.23 14:49 2ndprize Partners? Kokusai Green Don't Need No Stinkin' Partners (part 2 of the Lightning ownership saga)

You know that line in Star Wars where Darth Vader says “I am altering the deal. Pray I don’t alter it any further”….. well that shit is coming.
The triumphant Lightning Partnership group returns from Japan with financing in place. When asked how it happened Esposito summed it up in his own special way: "The more we drank, the more it made sense. I said hockey they thought I said Sake". During the process the Lightning also attracted George Steinbrenner. Having the owner of the Yankees involved as an “investor” made the Lightning's ownership contingent more appealing. However, it appears he was more of a figurehead there to help relieve concerns from other NHL owners than anyone with a true ownership stake. In fact, Stienbrenner had to write numerous angry letters to get his interest in the team removed. During the entire period he was associated with the team, Stienbrenner believed Nakamura was the owner of the team.
So where does Takashi Okubo come into play? The initial 5 million dollar payment to the NHL came due, and the group only had 1.5 million on hand. Well good old David LeFevre had an idea. They could get one of Nakamura’s acquaintances to give them a small loan. He put the partners in contact with a Denver businessman who could broker the loan as long as the partners gave him a 350 thousand dollar finder’s fee and a case of expensive Burgundy wine. They made the deal and the remainder of the payment was sent on from a company called Okubo International. The Lightning were only conditionally in existence and they were already in debt to the owner they didn’t even know they had.
So about that Lightning Partnership… You know what would make the whole thing more profitable for Kokusai Green? Less partners. The 22.5 million dollar payment came due, and the Lightning partners had about 12 million. They missed the payment. Instantly the franchise is in question, Esposito and the other initial partners are in default and penniless. Well LeFevre to the rescue again. He can get the rest of the money needed to make the payment from Kokusai Green. All he needs is the ownership deal restructured and approved by the NHL to award the franchise to Kokusai Green (in lieu of Esposito). The NHL agreed on the condition that Esposito not be forced out completely and be allowed to manage the team without having any real say in the ownership.
Now the NHL is awarding the team to foreign corporation. Well this is a big deal and there are no foreign owners in professional sports. The NHL is going to be very concerned who they are in business with right? NOPE. According to the book written by former NHL President Gil Stein, then President Ziegler was only concerned with one thing, and that was the 50 million. According to Stein the NHL did about zero due diligence and just made sure the checks cleared. They also never once met the new owners. John MCMullen, owner of the New Jersey Devils, had a deep personal hatred for David LeFevre based on prior business dealings and voiced concerns about the transaction. He was roundly ignored by the other owners (who were probably busy thinking of what to buy with that expansion check). When McMullen saw this, he began working to oust Ziegler as NHL president.
With all the franchise payments sorted out by the new majority owner of the Lightning, it was time to “Kick Ice” right? Well not so fast, the team needs a place to play. Oh that’s right Esposito struck a deal to put a state of the art arena right there on Dale Mabry. Yeah….. no. I referenced LeFevre’s nickname earlier as “The Count” well that was in reference to Count Dracula, and a moniker he earned through his ruthless dealings. Marc Ganis had designed, planned, and secured funding for the Tampa Coliseum. Well LeFevre had been installed as the Lightning “Governor” by his client’s at Kokusai Green, and now it was time to re-consider the deal to become tenants at the Tampa Coliseum. All he had to do was approach the Bank, from Fiji, and explain what a risk his own client’s were. Kokusai Green never provided anything resembling reasonable financial disclosures to the bank, and financing fell through. Esposito scrambled to find a temporary home at the fairgrounds in a building were the air conditioning couldn’t actually get cold enough to support hockey. Meanwhile, LeFevre went to work securing a new home arena for the team. This one would be much more appealing to his clients since they would be the primary owners and it would be funded by taxpayers.
The Lightning moved on to a temporary home at the Thunderdome, which Esposito would praise for it’s amazing hockey atmosphere (screw you Compuware group). The Lightning then pitted the two sides of the bay against each other, until Hillsborough agreed to build them the Ice Palace. Kokusai Green would have exclusive ownership rights to the new home of course. The Lightning had a team salary of about 9 million, and the gate numbers at the Thunderdome were substantial. However, the team apparently went to the Don King school of sports management. The profits were shipped to Japan and then returned in much smaller amounts (as ownership said they were concerned it was not being spent wisely). The Lighting routinely defaulted on payments to everyone from vendors, to the IRS, to the NHL. Publicly they told everyone that everything was fine (nothing to see here folks). Oh by the way, not one of the Hillsborough taxpayers who are funding the stadium or any of the minority Lightning owners has ever heard the name Takashi Okubo.
The final takeover and the yakuza allegations coming in the final installment
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2014.09.22 16:38 2ndprize Who Were Those Masked Men? How Kokusai Green Came to Own The Lightning (Part 1)

So how exactly did the Lightning come to be owned by mysterious owners from Japan? Who were they? and were they in the Yakuza? I never knew the whole story so I decided to use my google-fu to try to figure it out. Well it turns out to be a long as story so I did my best to lay it out in a coherent order after reading a lot of old articles. It turned out to be very long so I broke it up in a few parts. Hope you might find it as interesting as I did.
Key Figures:
Phil Esposito: Originally intended to be a managing owner of the expansion franchise. He ended up as the GM with little to no real ownership stake. I figure most of you know him.
Pritzker Group: Owners of the Hyatt hotel chain and one of the richest families in America.
Jim Rutherford and Peter Karmanos: Ownership group that now are associated with the Hurricanes.
John Zeigler Jr.: NHL president from 1977-1992.
Gil Stein: NHL executive and final president of the NHL from 1993-93 when Bettman took over. A book he published after retiring is a source of quite a bit of the backstory.
David LeFevre: Attorney and former Governor of the Lightning, and feared character nicknamed “The Count” and liaison to Japanese money men.
Marc Ganis: Spokesman and head of Tampa Coliseum Inc. and source of most Yakuza allegations.
George Steinbrenner: Former Yankees owner and noted Tampa resident.
Angus Montague: 12th Duke of Manchester.
Yoshio Nakamura: Originally listed as owner of Kokusai Green.
In 1994 there was a dispute brewing at Lightning headquarters over a fairly mundane issue: the media guide. The team was late getting theirs out and the franchise, which already had a less than stellar reputation, looked like a laughing stock. The reason it was late is that some of the pages were being hidden, including from other members of the ownership group. On those hidden pages would appear two words that almost no one in the organization had ever heard: Takashi Okubo. These pages outlined the man who owned the Lightning. A man no fan, member of the media, or NHL official had ever met. How did that happen?
In 1989 NHL president John Ziegler announced an ambitious plan to expand the league from 21 teams to 28 by the year 2000. The first franchise was awarded to San Jose (which was its own special debacle) for the 1991-92 season. The next two were teams were expected to join the league for the 1992-93 season.
Phil Esposito, who had last been seen as an executive with the Rangers (where he was known as “Trader Phil”), had retired to Florida and thought the area could support a hockey franchise. He formed a group of investors and announced in May of 1990 he would bid for a franchise in the Tampa Bay area. There were a large group of investors, but the primary money was coming from the Pritzker family who most notably owned Hyatt Hotels. Major financial backing was essential because the league was requiring expansion franchises pay a hefty 50 million dollars as an initial franchise fee.
In order to build local interest and show the league the area would support hockey, Esposito staged an exhibition game. He would later say he dumped every dime he had into this endeavor, but he made it happen. On September 19, 1990 the Los Angeles Kings faced the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Florida Suncoast Dome (now Tropicana field). The event was a huge hit that set an attendance record as over 25,000 spectators showed up to see Wayne Gretzky face Mario Lemieux. The only hitch was that Mario didn’t show so Esposito gave the Penguins a check for $30,000 less than the 100k he had promised them. He then told the furious Penguins GM: “what are you going to do about it?” Esposito’s take no prisoner’s attitude would sort of set the tone for the future ownership situation.
The Lightning were not the only group trying to bring hockey to the Tampa Bay area. Jim Rutherford and Peter Karmanos, backed by the financial success of Compuware, were also seeking to place a team in the area. In fact, the Compuware bid got a leg up when they secured exclusive rights to lease the Florida Suncoast Dome as the future home of the team. When Esposito was left without a home arena, the league recommended that the two groups combine their bid. Esposito would have none of that.
Esposito went on the offensive. First he used as many back channels as possible to explain to the league and anyone else what a terrible site the Florida Suncoast Dome would be for hockey (yes this is pretty disingenuous after having the exhibition game there and attempting to become a tenant). Second he enlisted a sports power broker named Marc Ganis to create an attractive alternative. Ganis ran a Chicago sports business consulting firm that helped develop venues. Ganis became head of Tampa Coliseum Inc. They set out a plan to build a brand new home for the Lightning on some vacant land on Dale Mabry Highway (now the home of Raymond James Stadium). The Lightning would become the tenant of a new state of the art hockey venue with Ganis’s company holding the lease. The NHL would claim one of the strongest selling points for the Esposito bid was the Tampa Coliseum. You know that and the 50 million dollars.
About that 50 million dollars. The Pritzker group backed out of the deal 4 months before the Lightning franchise was awarded to Esposito’s group. Since Pritzker was the one putting forward the 50 million, the remaining owners were left scrambling for new backers. At one point they thought they had found help from a British Royal named Angus Charles Drogo Montague (that name just sounds like someone set to be murdered in a Game of Thrones episode), the 12th Duke of Manchester. The Duke claimed to be fabulously wealthy, and willing help secure the fee. He set up an investment group and began working on securing a 25 million dollar loan. It fell through though because it was a scam, and the cash strapped Lightning were down another $50,000. Well a Duke couldn’t fix the problem, but a “Count” could. Enter David LeFevre.
David LeFevre was a powerful New York attorney who had brokered past deals with sports franchises. He had previously negotiated a successful deal between the New York Yankees, and a large Japanese company. His contacts with major Japanese businesses made him a powerful ally. LeFevre took the would be Lightning owners to Japan looking for investors. They met with reputable companies and had some moderate but encouraging success. The 50 million dollar franchise fee was due in three installments, the first payment being 5 million followed by two 22.5 million dollar payments. With commitments from Nippon Meat Packing and Tokyo Tower Development the Lightning were headed in the right direction, but still lacking a major portion of the franchise fee. Then Lefevre introduced the Lightning Partners to his Client Kokusai Green.
Things were different with Kokusai Green right away. The previous investor meetings had taken place in offices and boardrooms, but the folks from Kokusai Green met them in Ginza which is a fancy shopping and entertainment district. The meeting took place in a night club where the partners described the scene as “having girls all over them”. There they met Yoshio Nakamura who was introduced as the head of Kokusai Green. The company claimed to be involved in resorts and golf clubs in Japan. Esposito was under the impression the money at stake belonged to Nakamura, and in later financial applications to Suntrust he was listed as the majority owner and active manager of the company. The Lightning partners left the meetings with a deal in place for the money needed to get the franchise fees paid. At no point during any meeting was the name Takashi Okubo mentioned.
Hooray Tampa was getting a hockey team! In Part 2 of the story I will use a Star Wars quote.
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2011.07.28 19:10 numberonehotfunguy Independent record stores call out Jay-Z & Kanye West for alienating their long time supporters in favor of iTunes & Best Buy.

Dear Jay-Z and Kanye West,
Independent record stores serve our communities. Our passion is music, and we convey this to the millions of customers who come to our stores. That's what we do.
Four years ago independent music stores across the country banded together to create Record Store Day. Our goal was to counter the negative media coverage about the supposed demise of record stores brought on by the closing of the Tower stores and to respond to the music business practices that fans deemed to be manipulative and onerous.
We reached out to the artist community to see if they would join us, and the response was overwhelming with words of support coming in from Paul McCartney, Erykah Badu, Tom Waits, Chuck D, the Foo Fighters and countless others. Working with their label partners, many of these musicians created limited edition works of art, including vinyl and CDs made especially for music specialty retail. Hundreds of these artists took the opportunity to perform, DJ, and interact with their fans in our record stores. Here in the US, Record Store Day lifted the entire music business by 8% and contributed to the growth in music sales. Record Store Day is now one of the biggest music events in history with millions of people participating worldwide. We also continue to work throughout the year with labels, artists and managers and run regular promotions via physical independent retail and recordstoreday.com.
We are responding to the bad news that your new album will not be available to independent record stores until after iTunes gets a window of exclusivity. We also learned that the deluxe version (which is what the true music fans who shop our stores will want by an overwhelming majority) will only be available at Best Buy exclusively for a period of time. We believe this is a short-sighted strategy, and that your decisions will be doing great damage to over 1,700 independent record stores -- stores that have supported you and your music for years.
We know that you are busy, and that you put most of your energies into creating great music, but we are writing to you in the hope that you will hear us and take the time to rectify this matter. As representatives of the independent record store music community, we are asking you to allow record stores and music fans equal access to your new album.
With the utmost respect,
Dedry Jones, The Music Experience Mike Dreese, Newbury Comics Judy Negley, Independent Records Mike Batt, Silver Platters Tobago Benito, DBS Sounds Brian Faber, Zia Records Karen Pearson, Amoeba Music Bryan Burkert, The Sound Garden Mike Wise, Monster Rob Roth, Vintage Vinyl Joe Nardone, Jr., Gallery of Sound Jonathan Fernandez, Rasputin Music Dilyn Radakovitz, Dimple Records Dustin Hansen, Graywhale Entertainment Bill Kennedy, BK Music Jim Bland, Plan Nine Steve Wilson, Kiefs Tom King, Central Square Records Alayna Hill Alderman, Richard Storms, Record Archive Karl Groeger, Looney Tunes Paul Epstein, Twist and Shout Nancy Salzer, Salzer's Records Rick Ziegler, Indy CD Laura, Finders Records Deon Borchard, Nic Fritze, The Long Ear Chuck Oken, Rhino /Mad Platter Allan Miller, John Bevis, Disc Exchange Charlotte Kubat, Magnolia Thunderpussy John Kunz, Waterloo Records Chris Avino, Rainbow Records Mike Fratt, Homers Rich Koch, Off the Record Skip Hermans, Skip's Record and CD World Jason Patton, Oz Music Quinn Bishop, Cactus Records John Timmons, ear X tacy Lou Russell, Lou's Records Roger Weiss, Streetlight Records Terry Currier, Music Millenium Andrew Chinnici, Lakeshore Record Exchange Michael Bunnell, The Record Exchange Mike White, Boo Boo Records Steve Baron, CD Central Eric Levin, Criminal Records Pat O'connor, Culture Clash Dan Plunkett, End Of An Ear Paula Kret, Exile On Main St Chris Penn, Good Records Doyle Davis, Grimey's Travis Searle, Guestroom Records Jim Mcguinn, Hot Poop Isaac Slusarenko, Jackpot Records Jason Nickey & Heath Byers, Landlocked Music Todd Robinson, Luna Music Darren & Jim Blase, Shake It Anna & Chris Brozek, Slowtrain Kimber Lanning, Stinkweeds Tom "Papa" Ray, Vintage Vinyl
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2011.07.28 19:04 numberonehotfunguy Independent record stores call out Jay-Z & Kanye West for alienating their long time supporters in favor of iTunes & Best Buy.

Dear Jay-Z and Kanye West,
Independent record stores serve our communities. Our passion is music, and we convey this to the millions of customers who come to our stores. That's what we do.
Four years ago independent music stores across the country banded together to create Record Store Day. Our goal was to counter the negative media coverage about the supposed demise of record stores brought on by the closing of the Tower stores and to respond to the music business practices that fans deemed to be manipulative and onerous.
We reached out to the artist community to see if they would join us, and the response was overwhelming with words of support coming in from Paul McCartney, Erykah Badu, Tom Waits, Chuck D, the Foo Fighters and countless others. Working with their label partners, many of these musicians created limited edition works of art, including vinyl and CDs made especially for music specialty retail. Hundreds of these artists took the opportunity to perform, DJ, and interact with their fans in our record stores. Here in the US, Record Store Day lifted the entire music business by 8% and contributed to the growth in music sales. Record Store Day is now one of the biggest music events in history with millions of people participating worldwide. We also continue to work throughout the year with labels, artists and managers and run regular promotions via physical independent retail and recordstoreday.com.
We are responding to the bad news that your new album will not be available to independent record stores until after iTunes gets a window of exclusivity. We also learned that the deluxe version (which is what the true music fans who shop our stores will want by an overwhelming majority) will only be available at Best Buy exclusively for a period of time. We believe this is a short-sighted strategy, and that your decisions will be doing great damage to over 1,700 independent record stores -- stores that have supported you and your music for years.
We know that you are busy, and that you put most of your energies into creating great music, but we are writing to you in the hope that you will hear us and take the time to rectify this matter. As representatives of the independent record store music community, we are asking you to allow record stores and music fans equal access to your new album.
With the utmost respect,
Dedry Jones, The Music Experience Mike Dreese, Newbury Comics Judy Negley, Independent Records Mike Batt, Silver Platters Tobago Benito, DBS Sounds Brian Faber, Zia Records Karen Pearson, Amoeba Music Bryan Burkert, The Sound Garden Mike Wise, Monster Rob Roth, Vintage Vinyl Joe Nardone, Jr., Gallery of Sound Jonathan Fernandez, Rasputin Music Dilyn Radakovitz, Dimple Records Dustin Hansen, Graywhale Entertainment Bill Kennedy, BK Music Jim Bland, Plan Nine Steve Wilson, Kiefs Tom King, Central Square Records Alayna Hill Alderman, Richard Storms, Record Archive Karl Groeger, Looney Tunes Paul Epstein, Twist and Shout Nancy Salzer, Salzer's Records Rick Ziegler, Indy CD Laura, Finders Records Deon Borchard, Nic Fritze, The Long Ear Chuck Oken, Rhino /Mad Platter Allan Miller, John Bevis, Disc Exchange Charlotte Kubat, Magnolia Thunderpussy John Kunz, Waterloo Records Chris Avino, Rainbow Records Mike Fratt, Homers Rich Koch, Off the Record Skip Hermans, Skip's Record and CD World Jason Patton, Oz Music Quinn Bishop, Cactus Records John Timmons, ear X tacy Lou Russell, Lou's Records Roger Weiss, Streetlight Records Terry Currier, Music Millenium Andrew Chinnici, Lakeshore Record Exchange Michael Bunnell, The Record Exchange Mike White, Boo Boo Records Steve Baron, CD Central Eric Levin, Criminal Records Pat O'connor, Culture Clash Dan Plunkett, End Of An Ear Paula Kret, Exile On Main St Chris Penn, Good Records Doyle Davis, Grimey's Travis Searle, Guestroom Records Jim Mcguinn, Hot Poop Isaac Slusarenko, Jackpot Records Jason Nickey & Heath Byers, Landlocked Music Todd Robinson, Luna Music Darren & Jim Blase, Shake It Anna & Chris Brozek, Slowtrain Kimber Lanning, Stinkweeds Tom "Papa" Ray, Vintage Vinyl
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