While Bumpy rolls up his sleeves to pummel the man to death, Malcolm decides to bring in his men and launch a protest. According to him, Justice will be served, but not at the cost of Bumpy looking back at prison life again.
His enigmatic persona is a thing to watch out for and he's a man who gets what he wants, the way he wants it. It's interesting to see how his relationship with Bumpy and Malcolm will be painted in the episodes to come.
Though the first two episodes debuted on a Friday and three hours than usual, expect a regular Disney+ release schedule this week. Episode 3 of Obi-Wan Kenobi will be available on Disney+ at 3:01 a.m. ET / 12:01 a.m. PT. So either get ready for a late night of catch up, or perhaps wake up early as to avoid the spoilers as soon as you can.
In the second episode, we saw Rhaenyra Targaryen standing against her uncle - Daemon Targaryen - to recover the Dragon egg Daemon had stolen. Viserys was furious that his daughter went against his order, but he was still impressed that Rhaenyra had recovered the egg without any unnecessary bloodshed. Also, Viserys is getting sick because of the deadly cuts from the Iron Throne, so we might see his wounds become even more lethal in the third episode. Episode 3 might also focus on Daemon Targaryen and Corlys Velaryon's newly-formed alliance and Prince Targaryen making his first move against the Crabfeeder.
Episode 3 of House of the Dragon - titled "Second of his name" - will come out on HBO and HBO Max this Sunday, September 4th, 2022. The streaming platform will get the new episode at 9 PM ET (Easter Timing)/6 PM PT (Pacific Timing). Also, the release date for Episode 3 will be Monday, September 5th, 2022, for some regions (Including the UK) because of the time difference. Anyway, to make it easier for you to track the upcoming episode, here's the exact release schedule for different time zones:
HBO Max is the go-to streaming platform for fans in the US to stream the latest episodes of House of the Dragon. However, HBO still hasn't launched its streaming service in several regions outside of the United States. But fortunately, fans across the globe can watch the show through other streaming platforms. For instance, fans in the UK can stream new episodes on Sky Atlantic. At the same time, viewers in Canada will have to get a subscription to Crave TV to watch the show.
Mando has now fulfilled his mission to bathe in the Living Waters and find redemption in accordance with the Mandalorian creed. However, in doing so, he and Bo-Katan also stumbled upon a major discovery on Mandalore. Will this affect Din and Grogu at all, or will they simply get back to their typical space errands? With a reportedly lengthier episode on the way, the adventures of the Clan of Two are sure to get even more action-packed from here.
With their home planet decimated (though more intact than Din originally thought) and no leader to unite them, Mandalorian warriors are scattered across the galaxy in different factions. From season promos, however, we know that at some point, a bunch of them will reunite. With the Darksaber in hand, is Din destined to be the one to rebuild Mandalorian civilization? Episode 3 will likely set up where the rest of Season 3 will lead Mando and his adopted green son.
This hunt, you'll note, takes place in the Kingswood, a forest south of King's Landing that contains a private hunting area for the occupant of the Iron Throne. (It's in this same wood that King Robert I will later be mortally wounded by a boar, kicking off the events of Game of Thrones.)
Rhaenyra is reading up on history while getting dutifully serenaded by a minstrel named Samwell. Alicent comes to invite her to join the royal hunt, but conditions are frosty indeed between the two former pals. Rhaenyra feels overlooked and disregarded by the king and ... pretty much everyone else.
Still another lord suggests Ser Laenor Velaryon, the son of Corlys and Rhaenys, as Rhaenyra Suitor Number 3. (Don't worry, we haven't met him yet, but we will, before the episode is over.) You'll remember that awkward walk the king took last week with the 12-year-old? Yeah. Laenor is her older brother.
If you're looking for how to watch South Park season 26 then you're in the right place. However, given we don't yet know how many episodes the new season will feature, it can be a little hard to work out when it will be released each week. That's where we come in. We've compiled everything we know so far about streaming South Park season 26 wherever you're watching. Read on for our complete guide to the new episodes, from where you can stream them to when exactly they'll be airing.
Given it didn't release, our next best guess is episode 3 will come out on Comedy Central at 10pm ET/PT on Wednesday, March 1. The episodes are also available the next day on HBO Max.
Across the pond, episode 3 will be available a day later, likely on Thursday, March 2 at 10pm GMT on Comedy Central UK. The channel is available via Sky and NOW TV's on-demand service.
It's possible to watch South Park on almost any streaming service of your choice from the selection above. However, normally you will find yourself geo-blocked from doing so, but a VPN helps you to get around that obstacle.
JOSEPH CAMPBELL (reading): The animal envoys of the Unseen Power no longer serve, as in primeval times, to teach and to guide mankind. Bears, lions, elephants and gazelles are in cages in our zoos. Man is no longer the newcomer in a world of unexplored plains and forests, and our immediate neighbors are not wild beasts, but other human beings contending for goods and space on a planet that is whirling without end around the fireball of a star. Neither in body nor mind do we inhabit the world of those hunting races of the Paleolithic millennia, to whose lives and lifeways we nevertheless owed the very forms of our bodies and structures of our minds.
The animal had something to do with the shaping of the myths of those people, just as the buffalo for the Indians of the plains played an enormous role. They are the ones that bring the tobacco gift, the mystical pipe and all this kind of thing, it comes from a buffalo. And when the animal becomes the giver of ritual and so forth, they do ask the animal for advice, and the animal becomes the model for how to live.
Hello, and welcome to you all for this very special episode of EFSA's podcast series, Science on the menu. Today, in fact, we are going to be talking about something rather unusual on our menus, and that is insects. Maybe your idea of a tasty snack is a piece of fruit or some biscuits, or a couple of slices of toast and jam. But what would you say if you were offered something a bit more adventurous? Fried crickets or grasshoppers, for example, which are popular in Thailand and Mexico, where they're prepared with special sauces or chili and lime. Well, we are going to explore what eating insects is all about today, and also talk about how we at EFSA are involved with this issue. So let's begin. And joining me in the studio today to shed some light on this subject is one of EFSA's novel food experts, Ermolaos Ververis. Ermolaos a very warm welcome to you. And how are you doing?
Good. Well, we are very excited to have you here as well. Actually, before we begin, I should just say to our listeners, so those of you who stay with us for the duration of this podcast, will be rewarded with a surprise at the end, and I'm not going to give away too much more for the time being, but do stay with us to find out what that means. Okay. So Ermolaos, let's begin at the beginning, so to speak. And when we talk about insects, we talk about insects as a novel food. So maybe we just clarify for our listeners what we mean by novel foods.
Okay, so, we have a role generally speaking in scientific risk assessments and providing scientific advice. When it comes to the assessment, the risk assessment of insects, what is it we are looking for specifically?
Okay. Well, Ermolaos, I think that gives us a really nice overview and understanding of what's going on here at EFSA. And also more broadly on the issue of insects in food. I promised our listeners a surprise, and this will come as a surprise to you as well probably, Ermolaos. I'm looking now beyond the studio to Ed. I'm going to beckon you into the studio, Ed, please. Ed is a colleague of ours, from the communications team. Now, Ed, you've brought something with you. Tell us what you've got here.
Yeah. Okay. We should say, I mean, it comes in a packet that looks like a, you know, packet of crisps, let's say. Okay. So I've got a cricket here in my hand. Yeah, it's hard to describe. I mean, if you look very closely, you can see clearly that it's, you know, that it's an insect. It's dried. And it's got a sort of coating, a powdery coating on it, which I presume is the turmeric.
To be honest, I wouldn't have expected you were so adventurous. Myself, it's difficult for me to consume an insect in a visible form, whole as it is. For me, like a cracker when I don't see it, it's not a big deal, but a whole insect, no. Actually there are quite some studies on the acceptance of edible insects by consumers also in western countries. And the outcome of these studies points towards the direction that edible insects may have higher acceptance when they're not in a visible form. Like, for example, when they're included in the food stuff in the form of powder.
Later that night, Jack, Elizabeth and others head to a secret speakeasy after giving the password "umbrellas." Elizabeth seems amazed by the representation of the roaring '20s. It's been alluded to in previous episodes, but finally in this episode, Jack and Elizabeth become intimate, seemingly for the first time, not long before their marriage.
In the morning, Spencer and Cara have a conversation about the new fad of women using a razor to shave their leg and armpit hair. The whole exchange is an interesting analogy for capitalism in America. "Greed will be the thing that kills us all," Cara deduces after discussing razor companies. 781b155fdc