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Ethan Phillips
Ethan Phillips

[S1E6] Loose Ends

Ah circumstantial evidence, the go-to for just about any TV criminal defense attorney worth his or her salt. Compared to direct evidence, circumstantial evidence refers to evidence which more indirectly tends to prove an issue of fact, drawing from the circumstances or events surrounding the crime. Circumstantial evidence is still evidence, and juries do not have to weigh it any less than other evidence.

[S1E6] Loose Ends

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Bette and Dani reckon with the fallout of a recent scandal; Shane spends the day with Angie; Alice, Gigi, and Nat have conflicting ideas about their family life; Sophie and Finley spend a raucous night out in an effort to get their mind off of things.

Luke knocks on her door and wants to hire her to find someone. Malcolm is protective of Jessica. He is concerned that Kilgrave has affected Luke, but he has no idea who that is. Jessica ends up sending Malcolm back to his apartment.

The latest episode, "Boring The Devil," addressed Elsa's (Isabel May) heartbreak after her beloved Ennis died in episode 5, as the traveling group happened upon a small town at the edge of Texas. A trip to the town almost proved costly for some, but it also allowed one of the Duttons to let loose and unwind.

Sam Elliot gives an incredibly touching performance here, as Shea gives a speech written expertly by Taylor Sheridan. He informs Elsa about his theory of grief, that when someone you love dies, a part of them lives on in you, meaning she carries a piece of Ennis with her. Opening up further about his own motives, he tells Elsa that he intends to head to the beach in Oregon so that his wife can see the ocean through his eyes. Then he wants to see his wife again.

The Duttons enter the town, and Elsa is aggravated when a man leers at her. She pulls a gun on him, he pulls his, but James (Tim McGraw) defuses the situation by holding a pistol against the man's temple. He sends Elsa back to watch the cattle.

Cookie isn't the only one joining the party as we are also introduced to Colton (Noah Le Gros). He seems to be taking Ennis' place on the trail (he even takes Eric Nelsen's place in the opening credits), and like his predecessor also takes a shine to Elsa. She isn't interested in his friendship at first but is calling him a pretty boy by the end of the episode.

The point is, Ronald needs to tie up all of the loose ends out there, and that means he might need to kill Jerrie, Danielle, and Grace. First things first, Ronald paints his truck to try and hide. Then he starts stalking Jerrie, photographing her while she meets with Jenny, and leaving a threatening note on her door.

[S1, Ep6] In this episode I wrap up a few loose ends from the previous one concerning the new Default filter option for viewing plugins and I talk about how to recover plugins that might go missing. Plus, saving our realtime effects chains is on its way in a future release of Audacity. This is going to be a big time-saver when applying the same effects chain on new projects or different tracks within the same project.Here's a link to the image I mentioned showing a proposed method for saving realtime effects chains: Audacity Bootcamp on Twitter.40% off codes for The Audacity Bootcamp online school for podcasters and audiobook narrators:

Ulrich goes to his parent's apartment, where he is greeted by Tronte, who claims that Jana is asleep. Ulrich asks him about Mads' disappearance and whether Egon ever found anything. Tronte tells him that Egon was an idiot who only cared about retiring. Ulrich, unperturbed, reports that the dead boy was dressed in '80s clothing, which insinuates that the disappearances were related, history was repeating, or the same perpetrator was at it again. Ulrich then asks where Tronte was on the night of Mads's disappearance because even though Jana claimed he was at home, Ulrich accurately remembers him coming home late. Tronte resents the implication that Ulrich suspects him of all people, and the latter seizes him by the throat and asks where he was the night of Mikkel's disappearance. They are interrupted by Jana, who contends that Tronte was home. Tronte scowls at Ulrich before striding off.

Jana reminisces with Ulrich about Christmas 1985, when he and Mads were fighting over action figures, and the latter had smashed through a glass table, leaving a scar on his chin. After the accident, Jana remembered that her boys just laughed about it since they were still the best of friends at that time. Ulrich isn't nostalgic and asks why she lied about Tronte being home the night of Mads' disappearance. She replies that she had been planning to leave him because of his serial infidelities. The night Mads disappeared, he was sleeping with Claudia Tiedemann, and the last person to see him alive was her daughter, Regina.

In the case of every Disney+ finale, viewers have gone into the concluding chapter with hopes of a movie-length conclusion to tie up all the loose ends. Alas, most conclusions have proved ultimately disappointing, as The Book of Boba Fett was the only finale to come in over an hour.

As the episode ends, we learn that Jen is being watched by whoever tried to steal her blood a few episodes ago. Who are these people? What is the larger game here? And when are we going to see Daredevil?

Alison (Tatiana Maslany) wakes up before her husband Donnie (Kristian Bruun) and sneaks over to the nanny-cam, did it get anything useful? She watches him get out of bed in the middle of the night and stare at her before leaving the room. I could do without the closeups and slowdowns of him in his tighty whitey ginch, but it ends there, the memory card is full. 041b061a72

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