Clark: And that's when you arrived in the mines Bizarro Clark: Where I was stuck for days... weakened by the X-Kryptonite. And now, I'm stuck once again... because of you.Clark: Not because of me. Because you killed innocent people--two teenagers. Bizarro Clark: Only by necessity. Clark: You almost killed my friend. Bizarro Clark: He attacked me. Clark: You tried to kill me! Bizarro Clark: Because I needed those visions to stop!
The historian boss, Mr. Wheeler-Bennett, comes to see Prime Minister MacMillan, who then brings the issue to the queen. He tells her the government is left with no choice but to publish the material her father tried to suppress. And now we (along with Elizabeth) go over to Michael for a quick overview of the Marburg files:
Meanwhile, Maze takes Trixie trick-or-treating. They are getting lots of candy under Maze's intimidating glare, but Trixie laments that she wishes Maze had worn a costume too. Maze says that she did bring \"something\" and asks Trixie to turn around. After a moment, she tells Trixie that she's ready and Trixie turns around to see Maze's true demon face. After a beat, Trixie excitedly declares that it is \"cool,\" and that they are going to get even more candy.
Kim and Andrew confront Tom just in case the allegation is true. He assures them it is not. Stacey keeps trying with Tom, who tells her to back off. Tom tells Izzie what happened the night Stacey stayed over and Izzie is angry that he didn't tell her earlier. Tom tries to blame Lorna but Izzie ends things with Tom. Tom gets drunk and ends up staying at Lorna's house. Kim brings Mika and Chlo to take a statement about Stacey and Tom. Stacey gets angry at Janeece and blames her for the fact that Tom doesn't want to be with her.
The second season follows Reddington's war with The Cabal, a shadowy multinational group that holds positions of influence in government and business, over The Fulcrum, a digital repository of information about The Cabal's illegal activities that both parties want. The season introduces Samar Navabi (Mozhan Marnò), a former agent of the Mossad and new member of the Task Force with a connection to Reddington. The first part of the season sees the resolution of Red's conflict with Milos Kirchoff, AKA Berlin. The second half of the season introduces a new series antagonist Peter Kotsiopulos (David Strathairn), the ruthless Director of the National Clandestine Service (AKA The Director) and a key member of The Cabal, who seeks possession of The Fulcrum at any cost. The season also follows Elizabeth Keen's investigation into Tom's double life and the subsequent breakup of their marriage. Liz ends up being tried over her involvement in a murder committed by Tom and the subsequent cover up. Ultimately Liz and Tom reconcile but Liz ends up on the run from the FBI and the Task Force after killing Tom Connolly (Reed Birney), the U. S. Attorney General and secret member of The Cabal.
Put another way, in a purely circumstantial case, all the evidence could be true and still might not point to the defendant's guilt to the exclusion of all other possible explanations. Maybe you believe all the witnesses Doug Evans put on the stand who said they saw Flowers walking. But that only proves that Flowers took a long stroll around town on the morning of July 16, 1996. Maybe you believe that Simpson's gun was the murder weapon, but that doesn't prove that Flowers ever stole it or used it himself.
To top it all off, the true hidden motives of Kikyo Kushida were finally revealed for viewers to see. Although this discovery wasn't all too shocking, as Classroom of the Elite's first season already foreshadowed Kushida's true nature. Regardless, the episode still packed quite the punch, reminding viewers of why Classroom of the Elite is one of the best titles in the psychological anime genre.
Horikita's waiting soon paid off since Ken stepped out again to buy a drink. As expected, she tried a new strategy to convince Ken this time. By showing Ken that they were more alike than they thought, Horikita won Ken over to her side. On a closer look at the comparison between the two characters, one would discover that both characters are really similar. For instance, Ken Sudo wants everyone to see how amazing he is when it comes to sporting activities. To do this, he doesn't care much about working with people. On the other hand, Horikita seeks her brother's recognition and tries to achieve this goal on her own, leading her to isolate herself from others. This didn't work out too well, which she pointed out to Ken Sudo, earning his admiration and apology. The character growth between these two characters in episode 6 is commendable and well-paced for viewers to see.
While on their way to Zecora's home, Apple Bloom's cutie pox begins to progress more quickly, with each new mark causing her to perform strange and arduous talents, mostly at the same time. The townsponies become scared of Apple Bloom's strange behavior, believing her to be hexed, cursed, or enchanted. Spike tactlessly points out the true nature of the disease to the townsponies, causing them to panic, lock themselves into their houses, and run off. When Zecora comes into town, she almost thinks that the ponies were still afraid of her. Twilight and Applejack tell her of Apple Bloom's affliction. Zecora says that around the time Apple Bloom was alone in her hut, some of her ingredients \"mysteriously\" went missing, especially the rest of a certain special flower. Fortunately, Zecora has the cure for the cutie pox: the Seeds of Truth, which only bloom when \"words true and pure\" are spoken. 781b155fdc