Given Episode 5
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Trey is dead. Markus is rattled and Trini is still nowhere to be found. Episode 5 of Truth be Told starts with Poppy pointing out that Andrew Finney could be responsible for everything, given the gold chains purchased on his order. Poppy suggests they lay low and play this safe and catch him in the act rather than spooking him.
The series has been adapted multiple times, notably as an audio drama in 2016, an 11-episode anime television series in 2019, an anime film in 2020, and a live-action television drama in 2021. The anime television series aired on Fuji TV's Noitamina programming block, and was the first boys' love (BL) series to air on Noitamina. An English-language translation of the manga is licensed in North America by the Viz Media-Animate joint publishing initiative SuBLime, while the anime and film are syndicated outside of Asia by the streaming service Crunchyroll.
Ritsuka learns that Mafuyu's guitar was previously owned by Yūki Yoshida, Mafuyu's childhood best friend and boyfriend who died from suicide. The band begins composing music in advance of a live performance, but Mafuyu is unable to write lyrics for the song. On the day of the performance, Mafuyu has a breakthrough and sings a powerful song about his feelings of loss over Yūki. The song prompts Ritsuka and Mafuyu to act on their growing romantic feelings for each other; they kiss backstage and begin dating. The band names itself \"Given\", in tribute to the guitar given to Mafuyu by Yūki's mother after his passing.
The majority of the episode titles in Given are references to British alternative rock songs, Ritsuka's favorite genre of music; episode nine is titled after the original song performed in the episode.
A six-episode live-action drama adaptation of Given was announced on May 26, 2021, and was released on Fuji TV's FOD streaming service on July 17, 2021. The series is directed by Kōichirō Miki [ja], and stars Jin Suzuki as Ritsuka Uenoyama, Sanari as Mafuyu Satō, Kai Inowaki as Akihiko Kaji, and Shuntarō Yanagi as Haruki Nakayama. Crunchyroll licensed the series for distribution in English in non-Asian regions.
The anime adaptation of Given was positively received by critics. In a review of episodes one and two for Anime News Network, Steve Jones called the series \"one of the season's most emotionally resonant offerings,\" praising its soundtrack and Yamaguchi's direction. The series' writing, which Jones noted was \"undercooked, but not egregiously so\" in his initial review, was noted by Jones as improving in subsequent episodes. Specific praise was given to the relationship between Mafuyu and Ritsuka, with Jones calling it \"one of the most compelling anime romances of the year.\"
In this podcast episode, I spoke with Esther Verburg, Executive Vice President of Sustainable Business and Innovation at Tommy Hilfiger Global & PVH Europe, about how their unique approach has transformed what success means for their iconic brand.
While this episode might feel a bit slow to start, I promise you, stick with it. There are some epic fight scenes, which has become par for the course for this show, but also a lot of great plot driving events. In order to keep this spoiler free for those of you that have not yet watched the new episode, I will just say this is an important one to pay attention to.
The voice cast continues to impress and with only three episodes left in the first season, there are sure to be some massive moments and reveals coming up! Knowing what happens in the comic books, I have my hopes and dreams for the rest of the series, but also for the events that transpire in the rest of the first season of the series. I cannot WAIT to see what Amazon comes up because so far it feels like what we have been given has been ripped right from the comics, and dare I say it, made even better!
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This episode also saw the return of Rosario Dawson to the cast, last seen getting fired in Daredevil Season 2 because self-resurrecting ninjas attacked her hospital and she refused to participate in the cover-up. Dawson last met Luke in Jessica Jones, where she performed some seriously ad-hoc surgery on him.
Tom Holland does not return to Spider-Man in What If episode 5, with the MCU actor not reprising his role for the Disney Plus animated series. The voice actor is actually Hudson Thames, portraying the character for the first time.
With What If episode 5 now over, viewers are inevitably looking towards episode 6 and what spoilers it may have to offer. Many are also wondering if What If episode 5 has a secret post-credits scene, as is typical Marvel fashion.
NOTE: Whoever you choose to decorate your room, you WILL NOT be able get an illustration with them, unless you replay the episode. For example, if you pick Valkyon the first time you play the episode, it blocks you from getting his illustration during that playthrough.
Do you think Jinkx deserved to win in episode 5, and was Viv the right queen to block Sound off on that and other topics of the season in the comments below and with other fans in our reality TV forum. Also be sure to make your predictions to influence our reality TV racetrack odds.
This recap of House of the Dragon's fifth episode contains spoilers for ... well, for House of the Dragon's fifth episode. That's pretty much what a recap is. Proceed accordingly.
If you're just joining us, here are recaps of episode one, two, three and four.
For an episode that includes two murders, a royal wedding, queer canoodling, some B+ shade-throwing and what I'm pretty sure is one brand-new-to-us dragon, this episode sure felt like we were back in shuffle-the-chess-pieces mode. Maybe that's because it's one of those episodes where characters discover things that we, the audience, already know (Criston and Rhaenyra, bendin' at the knee, C-O-U-P-L-I-N-G). Watching characters play catch-up is always a recipe for audience impatience; this is a lesson that Game of Throne never quite grasped, either.
Lady Rhaenys arrives and greets her cousin, and let's just take a minute to admire the non-verbal stuff Paddy Considine is doing here. When she asks him if he's well, he gives her a look that says, \"Oh come on, don't pretend I'm not standing here like the old man in that book by Nabokov.\" And when he's informed of Lady Rhea's surprising death, given how good a rider she was known to be, he lets us see that the king clocks exactly what went down.
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Andrew Lee: My name is Andrew Lee, and I am a teaching fellow at Bard College and a Master of Fine Arts candidate at the Milton Avery Graduate School for the Arts. Here in New York, we are in the throes of a global pandemic and at the epicenter of the outbreak. As we quarantine and isolate ourselves from our loved ones, our friends, and our communities, the ability to be outside has become rarified, and has also taken on new political dimensions. New York is a completely different city from the one I moved to two years ago. Being immersed in my art practice, teaching, and working random jobs, I often forgot that I lived in one of the largest cities in the world. Now with all of the time spent indoors, I yearn for the freedom of being out in the city amongst its people, the sights and the sounds that make it what it is. These next two projects intimate that type of curiosity with the outside world. The landscape has always been there, but has now been given a moment of pause, a hush, and a space to speak to us again. What are these landscapes Are there songs addressed to us And how and when do we become reacquainted
Greg: Okay. Here we are. Again, episode five of the near memo where we talk about a lot of stuff around search commerce, social media, what's going on in the internet. What's happened in the past week. Joined as always in these five weeks, we've been doing this by Mike and David and welcome you guys and let's get into it.
David: Awesome to be here as usual. I think we decided I'm going first, but even if we didn't, I'm going to jump in. So Greg, my, my news article for the week is something that I found, not particularly newsworthy given that Google had announced it months ago. Which is that there.
All that changes in The Mandalorian season 3, episode 5, which skillfully weaves the different treads together. It includes welcome cameos from old friends introduced in live-action for the first time, a return to Nevarro, and even the resolution of the Gorian Shard subplot. Even more excitingly, though, the episode begins to put the pieces of Moff Gideon's story together, with a reveal that could have massive implications not just for The Mandalorian but for the overarching Star Wars story at large.
The Mandalorians were scattered across the galaxy after the Great Purge of Mandalore, with the Children of the Watch living underground or on worlds riddled with dangerous creatures. The members of the covert have been used to hiding, but The Mandalorian season 3, episode 5 sees their fortunes change significantly. Carl Weathers' Greef Karga thanks them for helping save Nevarro from Nonso Anozie's Pirate