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--- Attack on Titan (2013- )
Da Tou Kyou (2017) ::: With a new enemy revealed, Eren and the Scouts fight back using all the techniques at their disposal. However, the Armored and Colossal Titan have other plans in mind.
Nansei e (2017) ::: After evacuating nearby villages, the Scouts begin to search for the hole in Wall Rose. After searching for hours in the night, they seek shelter at a castle ruins. Meanwhile, Eren and the ...
That Day (2019) ::: A look into Grisha's memories shows Eren the many secrets his father was hiding, including one which led to his mother's demise.
The Attack Titan (2019) ::: Eren learns the truth about his Titan powers, his Father and himself. The Survey Corps have a meeting that discusses the future of Eldia with all their new information.
To the Other Side of the Wall (2019) ::: The ceremony to honor the fallen soldiers has begun, and Eren discovers the truth behind his father's motive to kill the Reiss family. One year later, the Scouts begin their expedition beyond the wall to reach the boundary of their world.

Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) --- The Puppetmaster (2007) ::: Creepy things are afoot when the gang meets a mysterious old innkeeper with a secret.

Black Mirror (2011- ) --- San Junipero (2016) ::: When Yorkie and Kelly visit San Junipero, a fun-loving beach town full of surf, sun and sex, their lives are changed.

Bofuri: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, So I'll Max Out My Defense (2020- ) --- Defense and Fourth Event (2020) ::: Guilds prepare for all-out war as the big competition finally begins. But sneaky Sally has some tricks up her sleeve that hopefully gives them the upper hand.

Carole & Tuesday (2019- ) --- We've Only Just Begun (2019) ::: Tuesday has been forcefully taken home before the Mars' Brightest finals. Trying to avoid a scandal before the presidential elections, Tuesday's mother Valerie confines Tuesday to her room....

--- Game of Thrones (2011-2019)
Blood of My Blood (2016) ::: Bran and Meera find a new ally. Gilly meets Sam's family. Arya makes a difficult choice. The Lannisters and Tyrells march against the High Sparrow.
Stormborn (2017) ::: Daenerys receives an unexpected visitor. Jon faces resistance. Tyrion plans the conquest of Westeros. Cersei gathers her allies. Arya has a reunion with old friends. Sam risks his career and life.
The Children (2014) ::: Jon makes an important decision. Daenerys experiences new consequences. Brienne and Podrick have an unexpected encounter. Bran achieves a goal, while Tyrion makes an important discovery.
The Door (2016) ::: Sansa and Jon make plans. Arya is given another chance to prove herself. Jorah confesses a secret to Daenerys. Tyrion meets with a red priestess. Yara finds her rule tested. Bran discovers the origin of the White Walkers.
The Mountain and the Viper (2014) ::: Theon helps Ramsay seize Moat Cailin. The wildlings attack Mole's Town. Sansa comes up with a story to protect Lord Baelish. Daenerys finds out a secret about Jorah Mormont. Oberyn Martell faces Gregor Clegane, the Mountain.
The Winds of Winter (2016) ::: Cersei and Loras Tyrell stand trial by the gods. Daenerys prepares to set sail for Westeros. Davos confronts Melisandre. Sam and Gilly arrive in the Citadel. Bran discovers a long-kept secret. Lord Frey has an uninvited guest.

Horace and Pete (2016) --- Episode #1.3 (2016) ::: Horace's ex-wife visits Horace and Pete's to get some advice.

Hunter X Hunter (2011-2014) --- Anger and Light (2014) ::: Gon goes beyond his body limits to achieve monstrous power. Neferpitou (Pitou) become overwhelmed by Gon's New power. Kilua rushes to Gon in order to save him from Pitou.
Hunter X Hunter (2011-2014) --- This Person and This Moment (2014) ::: Meruem tries once more to beat Komugi in gungi.
Hunter X Hunter (2011-2014) --- Zero and Rose (2014) ::: The king bypasses Netero's defenses and tears up an arm and a leg from his body. Refusing to give up, the chairman focuses all his Nen into a final attack that also fails to defeat him. ...

Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006) --- Bowling (2001) ::: In this special episode, we see what would happen if Lois took the kids bowling and what would happen if Hal took them bowling. Lois keeps the kids under tight watch, making Malcolm's night...
Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006) --- Dewey's Dog (2002) ::: Upon coming home from school, Dewey adopts a dog named Marshmellow and decides to hold Malcolm and Reese hostage for all the things they did to him while he was growing up.
Malcolm in the Middle (2000-2006) --- Flashback (2001) ::: Lois is two weeks late with her period, causing her and Hal to panic and start a big fight, while trying to keep it from the boys. And while Dewey is scared that his parents may split up, ...

--- Mr. Robot
407 Proxy Authentication Required (2019) ::: Vera holds Krista hostage as he tries to force Elliot into joining him by understanding Mr. Robot. Elliot realizes a shocking truth.
eps3.1_undo.gz (2017) ::: Elliot becomes encouraged trying to undo five/nine; Darlene gets stuck between a rock and a hard place; Mr. Robot sparks a panic.
eXit (2019) ::: Enough is enough. Elliot goes to the Washington Township Power Plant.
Hello, Elliot (2019) ::: Elliot gets to Coney Island, and the delusion begins to slip. Mr. Robot reveals the truth.
whoami (2019) ::: Elliot wakes up in an abandoned lot following the explosion at the Washington Township plant, which is no longer there.

Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-1996) --- Otoko no Tatakai (1996) ::: Shinji, furious at his father for the orders given in the previous battle, resigns from NERV. But as an Angel lays waste to the Geo-Front and the other Evangelions, he begins to reconsider his hasty decision.
Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-1996) --- Saigo no Shisha (1996) ::: A despondent Shinji encounters a kind-hearted boy named Kaworu, who quickly becomes his close friend. However, Kaworu (selected earlier as the replacement pilot for EVA-02) is soon revealed to be the final Angel. This turn of events leaves Shinji with a cruel dilemma: saving humanity will mean he must kill his only true friend in the world.

--- Rick and Morty
Big Trouble in Little Sanchez (2015) ::: Rick joins in on some hijinks by transferring his consciousness into teenage "Tiny Rick." Beth and Jerry sort out their relationship.
Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind (2014) ::: Rick, falsely blamed for Murder by the council of Ricks, begins a cross-dimensional pursuit with the authorities while attempting to prove his innocence.
Pickle Rick (2017) ::: Rick turns himself into a pickle while Beth, Summer, and Morty go to family therapy.
Pilot (2013) ::: A strangely eccentric genius scientist and inventor, moves into the home of his daughter and her family and begins to strongly influence his young grandson.
Rest and Ricklaxation (2017) ::: Following a stressful adventure, Rick and Morty go on a break to a spa where they remove their toxins, which in turn take a form of their own.
The Ricklantis Mixup (2017) ::: Whilst Rick and Morty go off to adventure in Atlantis, we take a look at how the Citadel has rebuilt itself since both Rick and Morty visited.
The Rickshank Rickdemption (2017) ::: Rick, still in galactic prison, puts an intricate escape plan into action. Back on Earth, which is now under federation control, Morty and Summer have an argument about their grandpa.
Total Rickall (2015) ::: The Smith house is locked down after parasites threaten to take over the world by multiplying through flashbacks.

RWBY (2012- ) --- End of the Beginning (2016) ::: As the battle for beacon reaches a close, Pyrrha makes a decision that changes everything. When it ends, Ruby discovers there is more to her than she thought.
RWBY (2012- ) --- Remembrance (2016) ::: Team RNJR find the aftermath of a massacre. Weiss is cornered by her father, and Ruby discovers a sad truth.

Sherlock (2010- ) --- The Final Problem (2017) ::: A dark secret in the Holmes family rears its head with a vengeance, putting Sherlock and friends through a series of sick, manipulative psychological and potentially fatal games.
Sherlock (2010- ) --- The Lying Detective (2017) ::: Sherlock goes up against the powerful and seemingly unassailable Culverton Smith - a man with a very dark secret indeed.

--- Stargate SG-1 (1997-2007)
Fair Game (1999) ::: The Asgard and three Goa'uld System Lords meet at Stargate Command to negotiate a treaty modification, but subterfuge and treachery threaten not only the success of the negotiations, but Earth itself.
Learning Curve (1999) ::: While employing the help of a planet's highly intelligent children for a project, the team discovers their horrific imposed fate when they reach a certain age.
Point of View (1999) ::: Alternate reality versions of Kawalski and Carter are caught at Area 51 after coming through the quantum mirror.
The Fifth Race (1998) ::: SG-1 travels to a planet whose people are allies of the Asgard.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) --- The Offspring (1990) ::: After returning from a cybernetics conference to the Enterprise, Data creates his own "child," much to the chagrin of his captain, and without regards to the ramifications with Starfleet.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) --- Tin Man (1990) ::: The Enterprise reaches out to an alien being, while dancing around with the Romulans, who want to attack it in an act of vengeance.

The Angry Video Game Nerd (2004- ) --- EarthBound (2018) ::: The Nerd has long-since wondered why the Super Nintendo RPG EarthBound had earned such a bad reputation, or at least according to Nintendo Power. So he decides to actually give the game a ...

The Expanse (2015- ) --- It Reaches Out (2018) ::: An old friend taunts Holden with the answers he seeks; Naomi struggles to fit in; a mysterious low-level tech aboard the Thomas Prince enacts a terrifying plan.

Vikings (2013- ) --- What Happens in the Cave (2019) ::: Ubbe is forced into hand-to-hand combat. Floki reaches new depths and is met by a shocking sight. Bjorn sets off for Scandinavia with an old rival.

Vinland Saga (2019- ) --- A True Warrior (2019) ::: Thors and his men fall for Askeladd's trap and faces a dangerous situation, but Thors defeats many of Askeladd's men with his overpowering strength. However, Thors knows that it will be ...
Vinland Saga (2019- ) --- End of The Prologue (2019) ::: As the Imperial Council proceeds, Askeladd is shocked by the news of Wales. As he gets called by the king, he makes a last stand.

--- Westworld
Journey into Night (2018) ::: The hosts revolt against the guests while searching for a new purpose; Maeve sets out to find her daughter with some unexpected help.
Kiksuya (2018) ::: The telling of Akecheta and the Ghost Nation's journey to consciousness; Maeve's life hangs in the balance.
The Bicameral Mind (2016) ::: Ford unveils his bold new narrative; Dolores embraces her identity; Maeve sets her plan in motion.
The Well-Tempered Clavier (2016) ::: Dolores and Bernard reconnect with their pasts; Maeve makes a bold proposition to Hector; Teddy finds enlightenment, at a price.
The Winter Line (2020) ::: People put up a lot of walls.

Attack on Titan (2013- ) --- Totsugeki (2017) ::: While the recruits attempt to reason with Bertholdt, Commander Erwin charges forth in a desperate strategy to topple the Armored Titan.
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) --- Sozin's Comet, Part 2: The Old Masters (2008) ::: Aang awakes on a mysterious island and confronts his past lives for advice on how to stop the Fire Lord without killing him. The rest of the group searches for Aang.
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) --- The Awakening (2007) ::: Weeks after the fall of the Earth Kingdom, Aang and his friends must infiltrate the Fire Nation. Katara meets her father for the first time in years. Zuko returns home, but is uneasy with his newfound reputation.
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) --- The Blind Bandit (2006) ::: Still searching for an earthbending teacher, Aang and his friends stumble across a small earth village. When they hear about an underground earthbending tournament, they decide to go to it.... See full summary
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) --- The Siege of the North Part 2 (2005) ::: As the Fire Nation continues its assault on the Northern Water Tribe, Sokka, Katara and Yue set out on a search for Aang, being guided by his spirit.
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) --- The Tales of Ba Sing Se (2006) ::: A series of short stories covering some of the time spent by Katara, Toph, Iroh, Sokka, Aang, Zuko and Momo as they live in Ba Sing Se.
Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005-2008) --- Zuko Alone (2006) ::: As Zuko tries to make it by in exile without his uncle, he remembers how his father became Firelord and what happened to his mother.
Black Mirror (2011- ) --- Hang the DJ (2017) ::: Paired up by a dating program that puts an expiration date on all relationships, Frank and Amy soon begin to question the system's logic.
Black Mirror (2011- ) --- USS Callister (2017) ::: Capt. Robert Daly presides over his crew with wisdom and courage. But a new recruit will soon discover nothing on this spaceship is what it seems.
Bofuri: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, So I'll Max Out My Defense (2020- ) --- Defense and First Battle (2020) ::: Convinced by her friend Risa to try "NewWorld Online", Kaede begins her VRMMO adventure by going all-in on defense because she doesn't want to get hurt.
Bofuri: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, So I'll Max Out My Defense (2020- ) --- Defense and Spoils of War (2020) ::: Maple and Sally make new friends and fall into more trouble as the second event winds down. But to reach their goal of 20 medals, they may have to resort to PvP.
Bofuri: I Don't Want to Get Hurt, So I'll Max Out My Defense (2020- ) --- Defense and Third Event (2020) ::: The third event is packed with people making it hard to compete for cowbells. Following the event, Maple gets into gear to explore new content on the third level.
BoJack Horseman (2014-2020) --- The Face of Depression (2019) ::: BoJack travels around the country reconnecting with loved ones, while Mr. Peanutbutter embarks on his own national tour as the face of depression.
Carole & Tuesday (2019- ) --- It's Too Late (2019) ::: With Tao under arrest and her mother Dahlia in a coma, Angela is left feeling alone like never before. The Mars Grammys are to take place on Christmas, Carole's birthday. Carole and Tuesday... See full summary
Carole & Tuesday (2019- ) --- Just Like Heaven (2019) ::: Crystal has agreed to perform with Carole and Tuesday at the Mars Grammys. Seeing that the girls are unsure of what to sing, she suggests a song that will serve as a ray of light in the ... See full summary
Castlevania (2017- ) --- The Harvest (2020) ::: Night falls on Lindenfeld and all manner of hell breaks loose. Also, Isaac meets the Magician, Hector makes a pledge, and Sumi and Taka make a move.
Castlevania (2017- ) --- Worse Things Than Betrayal (2020) ::: As Saint Germain makes unsettling discoveries, Isaac marches toward a showdown. Meanwhile, Belmont and Sypha question a monk - aggressively.
DanMachi: Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? (2015- ) --- Song of Love, Goddess and Child (2019) ::: Add a Plot
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba (2019- ) --- Letting Someone Else Go First (2019) ::: Tanjiro and Inosuke head farther up the mountain while battling Demon Slayers trapped by spider webs. Soon they find out that the Spider Demon family is behind it all.
Dr. Stone (2019- ) --- Masked Warrior (2019) ::: All that's needed to make antibiotics is alcohol. The best way to get some is to win the Grand Bout, which the Senku and his kingdom will also need to do in order to keep Magma away from Ruri and give her the drug.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002-2005) --- Kouan 9 ka, Futatabi/Stand Alone Complex (2003) ::: The final episode completes the first stand alone series. Togusa is released from prison but has no idea what has happened to section 9 members and still can not believe that the chief ... See full summary
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002-2005) --- Night Cruise (2004) ::: Following nuclear World War III and non-nuclear World War IV (also referred to as the Second Vietnam War), Japan passed an act known as the Refugee Special Action Policy, inviting war refugees from all across Asia to enter Japan.
Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex (2002-2005) --- Shouendan-u/Barrage (2003) ::: With Batou and Motoko the only remaining members of Section 9, Batou undertakes a risky sortie to Motoko's apartment to recover her hidden weapons cache.
Killing Eve (2018- ) --- I Hope You Like Missionary! (2019) ::: Villanelle uses her unrivaled infiltration skills to immerse herself in the world of a new target.
Killing Eve (2018- ) --- You're Mine (2019) ::: Eve's mission is disastrously compromised; Carolyn leaves Eve's future in her own hands.
Land of the Lustrous (2017- ) --- Hibernation (2017) ::: It's winter time and everyone is discussing the best way to make it through the cold. Meanwhile, Phos gets roped into Antarcticite's yearly duties.
Little Witch Academia (2017) --- Bee Commotion (2017) ::: Hearing about a party at Andrew's mansion that Diana is attending, Akko, Lotte and Sucy don magical Cinderella dresses and sneak into the party. Just as Andrew notices them and prepares to ... See full summary
Little Witch Academia (2017) --- Nightfall (2017) ::: Lotte is a fan of a series of books called Nightfall, and so, she wants to go to a convention that is going to take place in Saturday.
Mr. Robot (2015-2019) --- eps2.8_h1dden-pr0cess.axx (2016) ::: Elliot wonders if Mr. Robot has been lying to him; Darlene attempts to do the right thing; Dom and the FBI get closer.
Naruto (2002-2007) --- Aa Rokku R! Kore ga otoko no ikizama yo!! (2003) ::: Lee finally reveals his trump card, the power of the Eight Gates, while Gaara prepares for a bloody showdown.
Naruto (2002-2007) --- Gaara funsai!! Wakasa da! Pawa da! Bakuhatsu da! (2003) ::: The youthful Rock Lee clashes against the powerful and deadly Gaara of the Sand.
Naruto (2002-2007) --- Rimitto bucchigiri!: Hikari to yami (2004) ::: Once all women and children are evacuated, the Hidden Leaf Village launches its counter attack; Naruto defeats Gaara and Orochimaru has something precious taken from him.
Neon Genesis Evangelion (1995-1996) --- Namida (1996) ::: When an Angel resembling a coil of light arrives, Rei and Shinji are sent to battle it, but the assimilating ability of the foe prompts Rei to self-destruct the EVA-00 in order to kill it ... See full summary
One Punch Man (2015- ) --- Everyone's Dignity (2019) ::: Garou continues his fight against the A Class heroes while some prominent S Class heroes make special entrances.
Person of Interest (2011-2016) --- Firewall (2012) ::: Reese is trapped next to a person of interest in a part of the city extremely controlled and needs the help of Finch, Fusco and Carter.
Person of Interest (2011-2016) --- Prisoner's Dilemma (2013) ::: Finch and Carter are trying to get Reese out of Riker's, where he is still being kept prisoner by Donnelly. Meanwhile, Fusco is working alone in the next number.
Person of Interest (2011-2016) --- The Contingency (2012) ::: Mr. Reese breaks Finch's code of communicating with the Machine in order to save the new number, Leon, who stole money from some Aryan outlaws. He then convinces the Machine to help him find Finch.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- Auto Erotic Assimilation (2015) ::: Rick gets emotional. Beth and Jerry get into a fight.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat (2019) ::: Rick brings Morty to a planet containing crystals that show whoever is touching them all the ways they may die depending on their choices.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- Meeseeks and Destroy (2014) ::: Rick provides the family with a solution to their problems, freeing him up to go on an adventure led by Morty.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- Mortynight Run (2015) ::: Rick and Morty try to save a gas life form while Jerry resides in a daycare made for Jerrys.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- Rixty Minutes (2014) ::: Rick hooks up the family's TV with interdimensional cable, allowing them to watch infinite TV from across the multiverse.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- The Old Man and the Seat (2019) ::: Rick goes to his private bathroom to find that someone else has used it. Jerry creates an app with an unlikely alien and Morty pays the price.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- The Ricks Must Be Crazy (2015) ::: Rick is having trouble with his car and they have to fix it by traveling to the microverse.
Rick and Morty (2013- ) --- The Wedding Squanchers (2015) ::: he Smith family is invited to the wedding of Rick's best friend, Birdperson. Things go south when it's discovered that the bride isn't who she says she is.
Sense8 (2015-2018) --- Amor Vincit Omnia (2018) ::: In the sweeping series finale, passions run high as the Sensates and their closest allies fight to save the cluster and stop their enemies for good.
Somali and the Forest Spirit (2020- ) --- Horana no Soko no Umi (2020) ::: When their funds run low, Golem works for a restaurant in a city to earn money and Somali becomes friends with the restaurant owners' child in the meantime. Somali begins to worry about being separated from Golem when their journey ends.
Somali and the Forest Spirit (2020- ) --- Kanaeru Hana to Negau Yakusoku (2020) ::: During their search for the wishing flower, Somali and Kikila are found by Muthrica, one of the guards of the underground area of Anthole City. Somali insists on continuing onward to find the flower so she can be always be with Golem.
Somali and the Forest Spirit (2020- ) --- Kusabira to Oni no Sumika (2020) ::: When Somali is injured, an oni named Shizuno comes to her aid and gives her medical treatment. Golem requests to learn how to make medicine from Shizuno to better protect Somali in the future.
Somali and the Forest Spirit (2020- ) --- Tabisuru Oyako (2020) ::: When a golem discovers a human girl in his forest, the two set out on a journey in search of other humans, whom are considered to be nearly extinct. During their journey, they arrive at a large city filled with all kinds of creatures.
Stargate SG-1 (1997-2007) --- Out of Mind (1999) ::: When Colonel O'Neill wakes up, he is told by new staff everything in the star-base is different because he was just revived after 79 years of cryogenic hibernation, as sole survivor of a ... See full summary
Stargate SG-1 (1997-2007) --- Proving Ground (2001) ::: While SG-1 is conducting training exercises for new recruits, Jack gets a call about a "foothold" situation. Wounded by compromised officers, O'Neill must lead the recruits in retaking the SGC.
Stargate SG-1 (1997-2007) --- Small Victories (2000) ::: SG-1 has to deal with a Replicator infestation on a Russian sub on Earth while Major Carter advises the Asgards about combating the menace in their galaxy.
Stargate SG-1 (1997-2007) --- The Torment of Tantalus (1997) ::: Daniel Jackson discovers that the Stargate was activated in 1945 and a young professor went through, never to return. Together with his still living fiance, the SG1 team discover the now ... See full summary
Star Trek: Picard (2020- ) --- Nepenthe (2020) ::: Picard and Soji, who's struggling to make sense of her recently unlocked memories, travel to a planet that happens to be the home of Picard's old friends Will Riker and Deanna Troi; Elnor and Hugh are left on the Borg cube to face Narissa.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) --- Dj Q (1990) ::: Much to Picard's displeasure, Q reappears on the Enterprise, claiming to have been ejected from the Q Continuum, and therefore, lost his powers.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) --- The Best of Both Worlds (1990) ::: Responding to a distress call on one of the Federation's outer-most colonies, the Enterprise arrives...only to find a big hole in the ground where the town used to be, and discovers the Borg are behind the attack.
Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994) --- Yesterday's Enterprise (1990) ::: The Enterprise C enters the Enterprise D's time and space continuum, where they find Picard and crew in a constant state of war with the Klingons, and only Guinan knows it.
That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime (2018- ) --- The Storm Dragon, Verudora (2018) ::: Mikami Satoru, a businessman, is stabbed by a criminal on the street and killed. When he regains consciousness in the darkness, he finds that he's been reincarnated as a slime. With nothing... See full summary
The Expanse (2015- ) --- Caliban's War (2017) ::: In the final episode of this season, the crew of the Rocinante comes face to face with an evolving intelligence infused with the alien protomatter.
The Expanse (2015- ) --- CQB (2015) ::: Holden and crew are caught in the middle of a desperate battle as mysterious war ships attack and board the Donnager. As Miller continues to investigate Julie Mao, his partner Havelock continues to go missing.
The Expanse (2015- ) --- IFF (2018) ::: The Rocinante answers an unexpected distress signal. Bobbie and Avasarala find themselves being hunted by a mysterious captor. UN Secretary-General Sorrento-Gillis brings in a colleague ... See full summary
The Expanse (2015- ) --- Intransigence (2018) ::: The Rocinante seeks a new game plan as they attempt to avoid capture; Melba's true motives are revealed; Naomi is torn between identity and ideal; Anna seeks a way to stay aboard the Thomas Prince.
The Expanse (2015- ) --- Leviathan Wakes (2016) ::: A flashback to Julie's origin story reveals her trajectory. Holden and Miller finally meet and team up to get to the bottom of the strange emergency situation happening on Eros. As the true... See full summary
The Legend of Korra (2012-2014) --- Beginnings, Part 1 (2013) ::: Korra learns about the epic and mythic origins of the first Avatar.
The Legend of Korra (2012-2014) --- Beginnings, Part 2 (2013) ::: Korra delves deeper into the Avatar's past and realizes what she must do in order to restore balance between the physical and spirit worlds.
The Legend of Korra (2012-2014) --- When Extremes Meet (2012) ::: Korra faces off with Councilman Tarrlok as Equalist activity continues to rise in Republic City.
The Mandalorian (2019- ) --- Chapter 1: The Mandalorian (2019) ::: A Mandalorian bounty hunter tracks a target for a well-paying client.
The Witcher (2019- ) --- Four Marks (2019) ::: Bullied and neglected, Yennefer accidentally finds a means of escape. Geralt's hunt for a so-called devil goes to hell. Ciri seeks safety in numbers.
Vikings (2013- ) --- The Buddha (2019) ::: Ubbe achieves one of Ragnar's dreams; Ivar hatches a new plan in Kattegat, while preparing for a divine arrival; a settler in Iceland returns in a terrible state; King Alfred faces his greatest threat yet.
Vikings (2013- ) --- The Outsider (2016) ::: Ragnar has returned to Kattegat where he devises a plan to return to Wessex to right past wrongs.
Westworld (2016- ) --- Parce Domine (2020) ::: Taking residence in neo-Los Angeles, Dolores develops a relationship with Caleb, and comes to learn how artificial beings are treated in the real world.
Westworld (2016- ) --- The Passenger (2018) ::: Everyone converges at the Valley Beyond.
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1:All is an episode in a meaningless tale. ~ Sri Aurobindo, Savitri 06.02 - The Way of Fate and the Problem of Pain,
2:Chapter 18 - Trapped in a Dream(A guy is playing a pinball machine, seemingly the same guy who rode with him in the back of the boat car. This part is played by Richard Linklater, aka, the director.)Hey, man.Hey.Weren't you in a boat car? You know, the guy, the guy with the hat? He gave me a ride in his car, or boat thing, and you were in the back seat with me?I mean, I'm not saying that you don't know what you're talking about, but I don't know what you're talking about.No, you see, you guys let me off at this really specific spot that you gave him directions to let me off at, I get out, and end up getting hit by a car, but then, I just woke up because I was dreaming, and later than that, I found out that I was still dreaming, dreaming that I'd woken up.Oh yeah, those are called false awakenings. I used to have those all the time.Yeah, but I'm still in it now. I, I can't get out of it. It's been going on forever, I keep waking up, but, but I'm just waking up into another dream. I'm starting to get creeped out, too. Like I'm talking to dead people. This woman on TV's telling me about how death is this dreamtime that exists outside of life. I mean, (desperate sigh) I'm starting to think that I'm dead.I'm gonna tell you about a dream I once had. I know that's, when someone says that, then usually you're in for a very boring next few minutes, and you might be, but it sounds like, you know, what else are you going to do, right? Anyway, I read this essay by Philip K. Dick.What, you read it in your dream?No, no. I read it before the dream. It was the preamble to the dream. It was about that book, um Flow My Tears the Policeman Said. You know that one?Uh, yeah yeah, he won an award for that one.Right, right. That's the one he wrote really fast. It just like flowed right out of him. He felt he was sort of channeling it, or something. But anyway, about four years after it was published, he was at this party, and he met this woman who had the same name as the woman character in the book. And she had a boyfriend with the same name as the boyfriend character in the book, and she was having an affair with this guy, the chief of police, and he had the same name as the chief of police in his book. So she's telling him all of this stuff from her life, and everything she's saying is right out of his book. So that's totally freaking him out, but, what can he do?And then shortly after that, he was going to mail a letter, and he saw this kind of, um, you know, dangerous, shady looking guy standing by his car, but instead of avoiding him, which he says he would have usually done, he just walked right up to him and said, "Can I help you?" And the guy said, "Yeah. I, I ran out of gas." So he pulls out his wallet, and he hands him some money, which he says he never would have done, and then he gets home and thinks, wait a second, this guy, you know, he can't get to a gas station, he's out of gas. So he gets back in his car, he goes and finds the guy, takes him to the gas station, and as he's pulling up at the gas station, he realizes, "Hey, this is in my book too. This exact station, this exact guy. Everything."So this whole episode is kind of creepy, right? And he's telling his priest about it, you know, describing how he wrote this book, and then four years later all these things happened to him. And as he's telling it to him, the priest says, "That's the Book of Acts. You're describing the Book of Acts." And he's like, "I've never read the Book of Acts." So he, you know, goes home and reads the Book of Acts, and it's like uncanny. Even the characters' names are the same as in the Bible. And the Book of Acts takes place in 50 A.D., when it was written, supposedly. So Philip K. Dick had this theory that time was an illusion and that we were all actually in 50 A.D., and the reason he had written this book was that he had somehow momentarily punctured through this illusion, this veil of time, and what he had seen there was what was going on in the Book of Acts.And he was really into Gnosticism, and this idea that this demiurge, or demon, had created this illusion of time to make us forget that Christ was about to return, and the kingdom of God was about to arrive. And that we're all in 50 A.D., and there's someone trying to make us forget that God is imminent. And that's what time is. That's what all of history is. It's just this kind of continuous, you know, daydream, or distraction.And so I read that, and I was like, well that's weird. And than that night I had a dream and there was this guy in the dream who was supposed to be a psychic. But I was skeptical. I was like, you know, he's not really a psychic, you know I'm thinking to myself. And then suddenly I start floating, like levitating, up to the ceiling. And as I almost go through the roof, I'm like, "Okay, Mr. Psychic. I believe you. You're a psychic. Put me down please." And I float down, and as my feet touch the ground, the psychic turns into this woman in a green dress. And this woman is Lady Gregory.Now Lady Gregory was Yeats' patron, this, you know, Irish person. And though I'd never seen her image, I was just sure that this was the face of Lady Gregory. So we're walking along, and Lady Gregory turns to me and says, "Let me explain to you the nature of the universe. Now Philip K. Dick is right about time, but he's wrong that it's 50 A.D. Actually, there's only one instant, and it's right now, and it's eternity. And it's an instant in which God is posing a question, and that question is basically, 'Do you want to, you know, be one with eternity? Do you want to be in heaven?' And we're all saying, 'No thank you. Not just yet.' And so time is actually just this constant saying 'No' to God's invitation. I mean that's what time is. I mean, and it's no more 50 A.D. than it's two thousand and one. And there's just this one instant, and that's what we're always in."And then she tells me that actually this is the narrative of everyone's life. That, you know, behind the phenomenal difference, there is but one story, and that's the story of moving from the "no" to the "yes." All of life is like, "No thank you. No thank you. No thank you." then ultimately it's, "Yes, I give in. Yes, I accept. Yes, I embrace." I mean, that's the journey. I mean, everyone gets to the "yes" in the end, right?Right.So we continue walking, and my dog runs over to me. And so I'm petting him, really happy to see him, you know, he's been dead for years. So I'm petting him and I realize there's this kind of gross oozing stuff coming out of his stomach. And I look over at Lady Gregory, and she sort of coughs. She's like [cough] [cough] "Oh, excuse me." And there's vomit, like dribbling down her chin, and it smells really bad. And I think, "Well, wait a second, that's not just the smell of vomit," which is, doesn't smell very good, "that's the smell of like dead person vomit." You know, so it's like doubly foul. And then I realize I'm actually in the land of the dead, and everyone around me is dead. My dog had been dead for over ten years, Lady Gregory had been dead a lot longer than that. When I finally woke up, I was like, whoa, that wasn't a dream, that was a visitation to this real place, the land of the dead.So what happened? I mean how did you finally get out of it?Oh man. It was just like one of those like life altering experiences. I mean I could never really look at the world the same way again, after that.Yeah, but I mean like how did you, how did you finally get out of the dream? See, that's my problem. I'm like trapped. I keep, I keep thinking that I'm waking up, but I'm still in a dream. It seems like it's going on forever. I can't get out of it, and I want to wake up for real. How do you really wake up?I don't know, I don't know. I'm not very good at that anymore. But, um, if that's what you're thinking, I mean you, you probably should. I mean, you know if you can wake up, you should, because you know someday, you know, you won't be able to. So just, um ... But it's easy. You know. Just, just wake up. ~ Waking Life,

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1:#TheYounglingsPodcast #Episode007 ~ Anonymous,
2:#TheYounglingsPodcast #Episode009 ~ Anonymous,
3:episodes you might want to watch. ~ Tom Edwards,
4:this isn’t a Scooby Doo episode, ~ Cassidy Cayman,
5:Catch that last episode of Doctor Who? ~ Rick Riordan,
6:I was never in an episode of I LOVE LUCY! ~ Lucie Arnaz,
7:We are an episode between two oblivions. ~ Thomas Nagel,
8:Whatever. It was a Very Special Episode. ~ Imogen Binnie,
9:I once aged 90 years old in one episode. ~ DeForest Kelley,
10:I've never seen an episode of Downton Abbey. ~ Keeley Hawes,
11:Watch tonight’s episode. Someone might die. ~ David Morrell,
12:Human destiny is an episode between two oblivions. ~ Ernest Nagel,
13:That episode of the imagination we call reality ~ Fernando Pessoa,
14:We shoot double episodes in 15 days in Los Angeles. ~ Stephen Hopkins,
15:Every episode has a purpose to move the story forward. ~ Busy Philipps,
16:Everything in your life right now is a possible episode. ~ Oprah Winfrey,
17:Hotmail just picked up 12 new episodes of 'Judging Amy'. ~ Billy Eichner,
18:#NextWednesday #SpringBreak #TheYounglingsPodcast #Episode007 ~ Anonymous,
19:I didn't direct [the Taboo episodes]. I wrote all of them. ~ Steven Knight,
20:People watch three or four episodes at a time of their shows. ~ Idris Elba,
21:Happiness is but a mere episode in the general drama of pain. ~ Thomas Hardy,
22:A gentle reminder: Isaac is in the midst of a psychotic episode. ~ John Green,
23:I love 'Sex and the City;' I think I've seen every episode. ~ Julian Fellowes,
24:I mean, every Star Trek episode you saw was just phenomenal. ~ Persis Khambatta,
25:Every first episode of a season has been crafted like another pilot. ~ Anna Torv,
26:Boy, am I glad there wasn't a fourth episode of Lord of the Rings. ~ John Dykstra,
27:I was doing Babylon 5 season two and I was in all 22 episodes of that. ~ Bill Mumy,
28:I was lucky enough myself to have been in Dad's Army for an episode. ~ John Leeson,
29:Damn, this op has been like a fucking Love Boat episode. ~ Suzanne Brockmann,
30:Happiness was but the occasional episode in a general drama of pain. ~ Thomas Hardy,
31:I did an episode of 'Frasier' with my friend Kelsey Grammer once. ~ John C McGinley,
32:I read every draft of every episode of every series produced at FX. ~ John Landgraf,
33:life was to be measured by the color and variety of its episodes, ~ Haruki Murakami,
34:For Democrats, nothing is any less complex than a 'West Wing' episode. ~ Kevin Bleyer,
35:He loves ordering new shows and canceling them after two episodes. God ~ Rick Riordan,
36:You might be a redneck if you have every episode of Hee Haw on tape. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
37:Right, but he also thinks every episode of Friends is life-changing.” Josh ~ Jay Asher,
38:his temper which would one day lead him to his very own episode of Cops. ~ R L Mathewson,
39:I want every episode to feel like we still haven't done this right yet. ~ Vincent D Onofrio,
40:Every episode of 'True Blood' is like shooting a low budget feature. ~ Christopher Heyerdahl,
41:Now I release an episode of the Waking Up podcast more or less every week. ~ Timothy Ferriss,
42:Any rapidly enacted episode. . .should be seen through only one pair of eyes. ~ Edith Wharton,
43:I'll be directing some more 'Private Practice' episodes when we wrap 'Caprica.' ~ Eric Stoltz,
44:Everyone knew this was the episode that was going to make or break the season. ~ David Benioff,
45:It is time to do away with work place policies that belong in a Mad Men episode. ~ Barack Obama,
46:periodic bouts of depression. Some of these episodes were brought on by his family’s ~ Kai Bird,
47:You can watch any episode you want and have a compelling story being told. ~ Christopher Meloni,
48:'Lipstick Jungle' was on the air for 20 episodes - I loved 'Lipstick Jungle.' ~ Candace Bushnell,
49:the speculative episode always ends not with a whimper but with a bang. ~ John Kenneth Galbraith,
50:The well of public opinion has been well and truly poisoned by the Iraq episode. ~ David Cameron,
51:You might be a redneck if an episode of Walker, Texas Ranger changed your life. ~ Jeff Foxworthy,
52:Nathaniel suddenly felt as if he’d been plonked into an I Dream of Jeannie episode. ~ Amy Andrews,
53:should have been used to that reaction from her when she saw me during an episode. ~ Laura Howard,
54:We seemed to be trapped in an episode of One Life To Waste. It's all very dull. ~ Cassandra Clare,
55:"Diiiie men." If you play any Broad City episode backwards, that's all we're saying. ~ Ilana Glazer,
56:First of all, it was in my contract. I knew I would be directing an episode. ~ Anthony Michael Hall,
57:I directed an early episode of 'Supernatural' the first season called 'Skin.' ~ Robert Duncan McNeill,
58:I'm of the opinion that life doesn't always tie up neatly at the end of the episode. ~ Joshua Jackson,
59:Jeez. There were more misunderstandings between us than in an episode of Three’s Company. ~ T Torrest,
60:As for Supernatural, I had seen many episodes and enjoyed the show before my audition. ~ Julie McNiven,
61:Being on Twitter, live tweeting some of the episodes, I get direct feedback from people. ~ Emmy Rossum,
62:This really was a Twilight Zone episode. A hot guy who was also capable? Does not compute. ~ Penny Reid,
63:The best way to learn a language may be an episode of jail in a foreign country. ~ Nassim Nicholas Taleb,
64:Visiting Specialty Books was like living in an episode of Extreme Hoarders: Bibliophiles. ~ Molly Harper,
65:I feel like every first episode of a TV show is bad, you know, and it always improves. ~ Anthony Jeselnik,
66:The episode was silly, but also an early warning: we were in a “brave new world. ~ Hillary Rodham Clinton,
67:It is not like every episode [of "Mary and Jane"] people are sitting around getting high. ~ Deborah Kaplan,
68:Well, I just finished starring in a new episode of the new The Twilight Zone television series. ~ Bill Mumy,
69:If I watch an episode of SNL, and there's one thing that I liked, then that's a good episode. ~ Andy Samberg,
70:When you're not the lead on a series, you work intermittently, even if you're in every episode. ~ Jim Beaver,
71:It’s real hard to come off as even slightly superior when you’re living a Tom and Jerry episode. ~ Paul Neilan,
72:The idea to put episodes out weekly in theory makes as much sense as putting them all out at once. ~ J J Abrams,
73:I really wasn't on the Dallas set much. I did three or four episodes so I didn't see too much. ~ Ted Shackelford,
74:At our best, it's a good experience but we do 22 episodes a year, so there are some clunkers. ~ Vincent D Onofrio,
75:I do look upon all of life as an episode - which is why the people around me are probably on guard! ~ Bette Midler,
76:Have you ever noticed the more you try not to think, the more elaborate your thinking episodes get? ~ Sue Monk Kidd,
77:I directed an episode of 'Party of Five' toward the very end of that show. It was a great experience. ~ Matthew Fox,
78:I sort of love the idea of, you know, watching something and then having to wait for the next episode. ~ J J Abrams,
79:Have you noticed the more you try not to think, the more elaborate your thinking episodes get? While ~ Sue Monk Kidd,
80:If you treat them like children, then get ready for your company to turn into one big Barney episode. ~ Ben Horowitz,
81:It was simply one of those things that remain as an “exceptional but interesting” episode in life. ~ Haruki Murakami,
82:There are enough people running around in here. It’s starting to feel like an episode of Scooby-Doo. ~ Grady Hendrix,
83:We made 16 episodes of Cracker and I loved doing the show, but unfortunately no one was watching us. ~ Josh Hartnett,
84:There's really no way of ever knowing how the audience is going to respond to any episode or change. ~ Stephen Nathan,
85:We can regard our life as a uselessly disturbing episode in the blissful repose of nothingness. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer,
86:I needed to feed my family. I read a couple of the episodes. How can you keep on doing the same thing? ~ Lloyd Bridges,
87:A lot of people ask me what my favorite episode of Full House was, I always tell them: it was the last one! ~ Bob Saget,
88:How many have seen that Osama bin Laden footage? Pretty scary. In fact, today, NBC ordered 13 more episodes. ~ Jay Leno,
89:I may not be a doctor, but I've watched every episode of House. I'm pretty sure I know what I'm doing. ~ Gena Showalter,
90:Another show I really enjoyed working on was Raising The Bar. I did four or five episodes of that show. ~ Max Greenfield,
91:Catch that last episode of Doctor Who? Oh, right. You were trudging through the Pit of Eternal Damnation! ~ Rick Riordan,
92:Truth is not a saga of alarming episodes; it is a detail, usually a small one, that gives a fiction life. ~ Paul Theroux,
93:It's hard to be around Gavin and not get little hot flashes every now and then. I'm having an episode now ... ~ K K Allen,
94:It was a shitshow of emotional carnage, just pure tear-soaked chaos worse than any Grey’s Anatomy episode. ~ Karina Halle,
95:Life is a drama full of tragedy and comedy. You should learn to enjoy the comic episodes a little more. ~ Jeannette Walls,
96:There is nothing in economic life so willfully misunderstood as the great speculative episode. T ~ John Kenneth Galbraith,
97:the week of July 24 was a head-slammer. First, it opened the next episode in what had become a comic-opera ~ Michael Wolff,
98:With three of its fourteen episodes still unaired and two of them still in production, Firefly was canceled. ~ Amy Pascale,
99:Sometimes I look back and think, 'Good. I'd love to go in and bang out a good episode of 'Talk Soup' today.' ~ Greg Kinnear,
100:A lot of shows start at one place, and then each episode is like a new little circle, often getting smaller. ~ Jimmi Simpson,
101:I am not afraid if people think Matt LeBlanc in 'Episodes' is who I am - my friends and family know who I am. ~ Matt LeBlanc,
102:Second, unlike past episodes of extremism, this wave reached into the upper ranks of the Republican Party. ~ Steven Levitsky,
103:When I came out to L. A., I got a part in an episode of 'Star Trek: Voyager,' and I hired an acting coach. ~ Sarah Silverman,
104:You can also look upon our life as an episode unprofitably disturbing the blessed calm of nothingness. ~ Arthur Schopenhauer,
105:We worked under a lot of pressure... three days to do an episode, sometimes two in a week, 39 episodes a year ~ Lloyd Bridges,
106:And how many episodes of being “not yourself” do you get before people figure out this is who you really are? I ~ Lisa Gardner,
107:For both Mac and PC: Adobe Audition. This is what I use to record and edit every episode of EntrepreneurOnFire. ~ John Lee Dumas,
108:For me, personally, I watch pretty much everything on Netflix, and I watch all the episodes in a row, when I can. ~ Laura Prepon,
109:If you added up all the really significant episodes in your life they'd probably come to less than sixty minutes. ~ John Marsden,
110:Chimps are very quick to have a sudden fight or aggressive episode, but they're equally as good at reconciliation. ~ Jane Goodall,
111:I don't much care to watch myself. There are still probably 50 or 60 episodes of 'Frasier' that I have never seen. ~ John Mahoney,
112:After a while, marriage is a sibling relationship--marked by occasional, and rather regrettable, episodes of incest. ~ Martin Amis,
113:Plan for each episode to be a satisfying experience, but still leave the audience thinking, 'Oh, my God! Now what? ~ Andrew Davies,
114:I discovered early that crying makes my nose red, and the knowledge has helped me through several painful episodes. ~ Edith Wharton,
115:If I'm not experiencing an episode then it's just the fear that one is right around the corner. I have no escape. ~ Jeannine Allison,
116:Sometimes you must let go of your pride and do what is asked of us. Anakin Skywalker, Episode 2: Attack of the Clones ~ George Lucas,
117:When you're shooting 20-odd episodes in a season, the last thing you want is for each script to be the same tone. ~ Jonny Lee Miller,
118:A lot of guys I know loved Sex and the City. They’ll take it to their grave, but they watched every episode of it. ~ Allison Williams,
119:George Liquor is really the richest character I have. I'm amazed there aren't 365 episodes about him on TV already. ~ John Kricfalusi,
120:this episode of Pimp My Tank,’” Commander Sanderson said, “‘we attach the largest speakers in the world to an M1 Abrams. ~ John Ringo,
121:What an extraordinary episode in the economic progress of man that age was which came to an end in August, 1914! ~ John Maynard Keynes,
122:I could do it… I’ve seen every last episode of Forensics Files.” Me, too! But I’ve never considered it a tutorial. The ~ Stephanie Bond,
123:I really love the karate thing I did on CHIPs. I studied with a trainer because I knew we'd do episodes that had karate. ~ Erik Estrada,
124:Ten episodes goes by really quickly, especially when you've got a really tough shooting schedule of seven-day episodes. ~ Tricia Helfer,
125:You could go to Estonia and there's probably an episode of 'Seinfeld' playing there. Television is a very powerful thing. ~ Yul Vazquez,
126:Andy Ackerman directed the episodes that I was doing, and he directed a lot of Seinfeld [episodes]. And that was great. ~ Eric McCormack,
127:I like doing the comedic episodes because it's refreshing. I enjoy doing comedic things and physical comedy. It's fun. ~ Emily Deschanel,
128:It did his career no longterm damage, but Dudley Clarke's strange episode of cross-dressing remains an enduring mystery. ~ Ben Macintyre,
129:Its tricky to do a serialized show and not lose viewers along the way because you really have to watch every episode. ~ Nestor Carbonell,
130:Life is a drama full of tragedy and comedy," Mom told me. "You should learn to enjoy the comic episodes a little more. ~ Jeannette Walls,
131:Life is a drama full of tragedy and comedy,” Mom told me. “You should learn to enjoy the comic episodes a little more. ~ Jeannette Walls,
132:To speak like a book I once read, wet weather is the narrative, and fine days are the episodes, of our country's history; ~ Thomas Hardy,
133:Being a toddler is a never-ending episode of American Ninja Warrior, and the only prize is a visit to the emergency room. ~ Bunmi Laditan,
134:If you watched 'Lost,' sometimes the episodes were crazy good and sometimes you're like, "That one was just sorta there." ~ Bobby Moynihan,
135:Sometimes you must let go of your pride and do what is asked of us.

Anakin Skywalker, Episode 2: Attack of the Clones ~ George Lucas,
136:Theater is a lot more interactive, more of a cohesive unit. With television, it can be a different director every episode. ~ Condola Rashad,
137:T[he rules of writing] require that the episodes in a tale shall be necessary parts of the tale, and shall help to develop it. ~ Mark Twain,
138:Time moves on. You can't go back in time. Everything has a consequence, and the last episode of the last season is no exception. ~ Jon Hamm,
139:Boy, you know, it's amazing how your brain can turn into a sieve, and you can literally forget episodes that you have shot. ~ Gillian Jacobs,
140:Each man’s life is a tome of episodes. Consider all the moments of your life enumerated one by one with full description. ~ Richard Matheson,
141:I’m not usually this emotional,” I say. He shrugs. “All women say that. It usually precedes an episode of batshit craziness. ~ Tammy Falkner,
142:The Netflix brand for TV shows is really all about binge viewing. The ability to get hooked and watch episode after episode. ~ Reed Hastings,
143:With the first episode [of John Mulaney Show] I tell a story that happened to me accidentally chasing a woman down the subway. ~ John Mulaney,
144:I'd call for an escort, but I think it's ill-advised to reveal that my lover may have a psychotic episode if he's not medicated. ~ Ann Aguirre,
145:I think about turning on the television and seeing if there’s an episode of Friends on that I haven’t watched three hundred times, ~ Anonymous,
146:Do you want to see a mother and son antagonistically attack each other every single episode for five years? I don't think so. ~ Jeffrey Donovan,
147:Hearts Anonymous is what I’m going to call this episode of my life because there’s always one other heart we don’t know about… ~ Jonathan Dunne,
148:If my day, week, or year is going badly, I need not ask of each negative episode or situation whether it has racial overtones. ~ Peggy McIntosh,
149:I’m not usually this emotional,” I say.
He shrugs. “All women say that. It usually precedes an episode of batshit craziness. ~ Tammy Falkner,
150:This is the missing episode of Planet Earth, he realized. They never did a show on the most bizarre life form of them all: humans. ~ Hugh Howey,
151:God did His most magnificent work while Adam was asleep. This episode contains and important insight: When man rests, God works. ~ Leonard Sweet,
152:Shaq is Shaq. I did an episode of The Soup with Shaq, and he shook my hand, and I felt like I was a Ken doll, like I had no hand. ~ Adam Richman,
153:Synchronicities express themselves through chance meetings and natural events as well as in dreams and supernatural episodes. ~ Daniel Pinchbeck,
154:The moral of this story is that autocrats get too much credit for episodes of increased economic freedom,’ wrote William Easterly. ~ Matt Ridley,
155:The Seinfeld writers began checking message boards and other sites regularly to gauge fan response to the episodes. ~ Jennifer Keishin Armstrong,
156:When you do 22 episodes of a network show, it's incredibly useful to have a format that gives you a jumping-off point for a story. ~ Eric Kripke,
157:With all the movies I've done, I still get recognized from my episode of 'Law & Order' more than anything else. It never fails. ~ Anthony Mackie,
158:I watched every episode of The Greatest American Hero, Airwolf, The A-Team, Knight Rider, Misfits of Science, and The Muppet Show. ~ Ernest Cline,
159:There are not that many jobs as an actor where you don't get to know what your character will be doing from episode to episode. ~ Linda Cardellini,
160:This episode made me sorry to be alive, made me envy stones. I would rather have been a stone at the service of the Natural Order. ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
161:I think it's amazing to have one writer write every episode of a series. It's very rare, I think. You get a voice that continues. ~ Harry Treadaway,
162:I've seen [Lalla Ward] episodes of "Doctor Who." They're good, at least partly because the scripts were written by Douglas Adams. ~ Richard Dawkins,
163:Most people I run into say, I haven't missed an episode. Either you like Survivor or you don't, but if you do, you're a loyal viewer. ~ Jeff Probst,
164:My favorite episode is where the guy has a relationship with his car. An intimate and sexual and emotional relationship with his car. ~ Emmy Rossum,
165:On the Iron Chef episode “Battle Offal,” judges swooned over raw heart tartar, lamb’s liver truffles, tripe, sweetbreads, and gizzard. ~ Mary Roach,
166:You have to be careful what you say in front of comedy writers because they will absolutely make fun of it in the next episode. ~ David Alan Basche,
167:War is an episode, a crisis, a fever the purpose of which is to rid the body of fever. So the purpose of a war is to end the war. ~ William Faulkner,
168:I had heard about Cheers, of course, but I never watched it. So I watched two episodes, and I was like, "Oh my God. This is really good." ~ David Lee,
169:There is an episode [in "Mary and Jane"] where there is not a lot of pot smoking, but there is a giant wall of weed in their apartment. ~ Harry Elfont,
170:I got the first thing I auditioned for - a guest role on two episodes on 'All Saints,' and I don't think I had ever been that excited. ~ Mia Wasikowska,
171:I worked with Roger Moore on three episodes of The Saint. He is a lovely man, a good director, and was my favourite actor to work with. ~ Shirley Eaton,
172:The future reshapes the memory of the past in the way it recalibrates significance; some episodes are advanced, others lose purchase. ~ Gregory Maguire,
173:The future reshapes the memory of the past in the way it recalibrates significance: some episodes are advanced, others lose purchase. ~ Gregory Maguire,
174:I am a late discoverer of 'Friday Night Lights.' I cry every episode at least once. I love to cry - happy, emotional tears. I just love it. ~ Andy Cohen,
175:I cry at the end of every episode of "Girls." I'm just so overwhelmed by the truthfulness with which [Lena Dunham] conveys human nature. ~ Felicity Jones,
176:Liberace only appeared in that one episode,’ Win announced. ‘Is that your final answer?’ ‘Yes. Liberace only appeared in that one episode. ~ Harlan Coben,
177:There wasn't an episode of 'Will & Grace' that didn't begin with my voice saying, 'Will & Grace' is taped before a live studio audience. ~ Eric McCormack,
178:When I was a kid there was a show called 'Holmes & Yo-Yo' about a robot cop. I LOVED that show and I think it only lasted like three episodes. ~ Louis C K,
179:It is seldom that domestic violence is an isolated episode; rather it is comprised of a number of episodes over an extended period of time. ~ Asa Don Brown,
180:Mara Casey gave me my first job. I saw something online, and it was for a part in a "Gilmore Girls" episode, and I thought I was right for it. ~ Rami Malek,
181:For one thing, people tend to remember how they felt at the end of an emotional episode rather than how they felt about the whole episode. ~ Joseph E LeDoux,
182:Obviously, it's not cable, it's streaming, but it's the same format. It's the same 10 episodes. It feels like cable as opposed to network. ~ Christian Cooke,
183:Though who knows the architecture of the mind, and whether the arches that open upon discrete episodes are ordered in any way sequentialy? ~ Gregory Maguire,
184:Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.” —Yoda, Episode I: The Phantom Menace ~ Joshua P Warren,
185:This is my third time here," she confides in me. "My third episode."
"That's what they call it."
"More like miniseries. ~ Neal Shusterman,
186:We had 10 months, sliding schedule to do 52 episodes. After you get over the shock of the size of the number, the job became one of expansion. ~ Greg Weisman,
187:I did The Commish and an episode of Neon Rider, and then I got the series called Street Justice, which I ended up doing about 18 episodes of. ~ Eric McCormack,
188:I would rather stare at the wall for half an hour than watch an episode of any of the 53,801 Australian soap operas now cluttering up UK TV. ~ Terry Pratchett,
189:I was trying to see if I could produce an episode - completely write it and research it and record it and edit it - all by myself in a week. ~ Karina Longworth,
190:felt very floaty, like my body had turned into mist, or like that time in college when I took a hit of acid and had the “Tinkerbell” episode. ~ Michele Bardsley,
191:In retrospect, I think it's a plus, because now we've been able to go back and spend extra time on each of those episodes and make them better. ~ David E Kelley,
192:Once you start working with a particular actor, that actor becomes very present in your mind as your mind as you're writing subsequent episodes. ~ Dan Futterman,
193:What he saw while seated in front of SCP-147, he would later describe as "a bizarre episode of I Love Lucy featuring a surprising amount of gunplay. ~ Anonymous,
194:David Gerrold never wrote an episode that Gene thought was shootable … then how do we account for something titled “The Trouble with Tribbles”?) ~ Harlan Ellison,
195:I'd been on 'SVU' before and I'd been on 'Criminal Intent,' but I wasn't a follower. Like, my mom watches every episode, even before I was on it. ~ Kelli Giddish,
196:It was not until summer break that the next episode began. This time, it arrived in the form of a respiratory tic, a compulsive sniffing. ~ Molly Caldwell Crosby,
197:The great error of nearly all studies of war... has been to consider war as an episode in foreign policies, when it is an act of interior politics. ~ Simone Weil,
198:I'd like to say that I'm a binge-watcher, but I don't really have time. I think the most I've done in a sit-down is three episodes, maybe. It depends. ~ Tom Riley,
199:national television broadcast a fifty-two-episode serialization of the Mahabharata, the script was written by a Muslim poet, Dr. Rahi Masoom Raza. ~ Shashi Tharoor,
200:Oh, my, god, we are in a killing room. This is just like an episode of Dexter! They are going to murder us!” Mia exclaimed as she started to cry. ~ Andrea Heltsley,
201:So many pleasing episodes of one's life are spoiled by shouting. You never heard of an unhappy marriage unless the neighbors have heard it first. ~ Lillian Russell,
202:Boredom is the thing that regularly arrives between excitements and episodes of meaning: it is as natural as the tides, and in it an artist can drown. ~ Eric Maisel,
203:The gods have chosen to entertain me with chronic eyestrain headaches. Very poisonous episodes. So I don't do a lot of reading anymore except on tape. ~ Tom Robbins,
204:When you do children's TV or one episode [guest] stuff, you have to listen, which is also a great thing to learn. But you don't have individual input. ~ Yasmin Paige,
205:I had a great start in television; the first thing I did was an episode of Performance called The Entertainer with Michael Gambon playing Archie Rice. ~ Helen McCrory,
206:I'm a huge 'Breaking Bad' fan; I would be really annoyed if anyone told me anything about what was going to happen in the last eight episodes. ~ Nikolaj Coster Waldau,
207:One of the things I noticed about the '2 Broke Girls' pilot was that it looked like a new episode in a season and not a pilot, and that's an amazing sign. ~ Nick Zano,
208:The old wars were decided by their episodes rather than by their tendencies. In this war, the tendencies are far more important than the episodes. ~ Winston Churchill,
209:Well, I must tell you I write the scripts very close to the bone. So I'm writing episode seven now and couldn't tell you what happens in episode eight. ~ Aaron Sorkin,
210:While I filmed the 'Walker, Texas Ranger' series for eight and a half years, I had never had much time to read, except for screenplays of the episodes. ~ Chuck Norris,
211:Certainly, last year we did an episode about the census and sampling versus a direct statistic. You just said the word 'census', and people fall asleep. ~ Aaron Sorkin,
212:So why are we having to fight in 2012 against politicians who want to end access to birth control? It's like we woke up in a bad episode of 'Mad Men'. ~ Cecile Richards,
213:There are episodes in most men's lives in which their highest qualities can only cast a deterring shadow over the objects that fill their inward version. ~ George Eliot,
214:I think when you're 10 years old, it's too much to see something with the threat of death in every episode. Kids are better left naive about certain things. ~ J J Abrams,
215:During Christmas time, on German television they show films with three or four episodes, and I quite like the feeling of waiting for the next episode. ~ Volker Bertelmann,
216:Even though the third season of Necessary Roughness was only ten episodes, they were an extremely intense bunch of episodes, especially toward the finale. ~ Callie Thorne,
217:I honestly feel like we never had a bad episode by TV standards. Every week I felt there were so many strong components of the show, especially the writing. ~ Donal Logue,
218:I moved from Italy to Oregon in the '80s - sort of like moving to the middle of a "Duck Dynasty" episode, which was massive culture shock to say the least. ~ Rose McGowan,
219:Integrity means wholeness, unity; the idea of integrity as a value is the idea of a life lived as a whole rather than as a series of disconnected episodes. ~ Edward Craig,
220:My first reaction, every time I delve into an episode of history that I don’t know very much about, is anger that my teachers never taught me about it. ~ Steven Spielberg,
221:Shadow had noticed that you only ever catch one episode of shows you don't watch, over and over, years apart: he thought it must be some kind of cosmic law. ~ Neil Gaiman,
222:Shadow had noticed that you only ever catch one episode of shows you don’t watch, over and over, years apart; he thought it must be some kind of cosmic law. ~ Neil Gaiman,
223:That chemistry that we had [with Fred Savage] is very, very hard to find. We were lucky to have those 22 episodes [of The Grinder]. I'm unendingly proud of it. ~ Rob Lowe,
224:The difference between directing film and directing television is so stark simply because TV is a living breathing organism already when you direct an episode. ~ Jon Hamm,
225:The weird thing is, hearing stories like this makes me feel a kind of kinship with the Almighty, because it proves that even God has psychotic episodes. ~ Neal Shusterman,
226:I haven't got any kids yet and it is something I need to address. I'm sure that, God willing, that'll be the next and most fabulous episode of my little life. ~ Nick Moran,
227:I wanted to prove that I could play something else, but there were 249 episodes out there of 'Mayberry,' and it was aired every day. It was hard to escape. ~ Andy Griffith,
228:The concept of doing holiday episodes is a huge part of what's fantastic about doing TV. And viewers agree; you see the numbers going up for holiday episodes. ~ Dan Harmon,
229:reasons. Included was the episode in which Shanna had slain the one. He related the plan and execution of the escape, with minor details omitted, and ~ Kathleen E Woodiwiss,
230:Um, didn’t Mythbusters once do an episode about how you couldn’t use sheets as a way out of prison?” I laughed. “I don’t remember if they busted it or not. ~ Jesse Petersen,
231:What is happening? This is just like that episode of Cops I watched where the guy ate some bath salts and then stole Funyuns from the gas station. It’s crazy! ~ Alexa Riley,
232:Every good historian is almost by definition a revisionist. He looks at the accepted view of a particular historic episode or period with a very critical eye. ~ Paul Johnson,
233:The choir didn’t do geek—they were all pretension and cliquishness. They sang in the hallways in perfect harmony, as if their lives were an episode of Glee. ~ Heidi Cullinan,
234:A 'good man' is a male creature that survives the endless episodes that its woman spends complaining about women who she hates, and, women who hate her. ~ Mokokoma Mokhonoana,
235:How can I be reasonable? To me our love was everything and you were my whole life. It is not very pleasant to realize that to you it was only an episode. ~ W Somerset Maugham,
236:I like a decent funeral, and God knows in my family we've seen enough of them. Looking through family photographs now is like watching an episode of 'Dad's Army. ~ Matt Roper,
237:Sometimes I feel life is just one episode after another of trying to find another way. I wonder what happens when you discover there is no other way this time. ~ Karina Halle,
238:What’s going on?”
“We seem to be trapped in an episode of One Life to Waste,” Magnus observed. “Its all very dull.”
-Alec & Magnus, pg.144- ~ Cassandra Clare,
239:I love to meet people for lunch at my favorite restaurant, the Loaded Goat. It is named after the Andy Griffith Show episode where a goat ate a bunch of dynamite. ~ Betty Lynn,
240:I love when people are resilient and when they form ways of dealing with grief or dealing with some traumatic episode, and sometimes those are the wrong choices. ~ Atom Egoyan,
241:In some subsequent episodes, certain individuals have certain knowledge of certain events that they wouldn't have, if they didn't have access to the future. ~ Andrew Kreisberg,
242:In the actual condition of medical science, the physician mostly plays the part of simple spectator of the sad episodes which his profession furnishes him. ~ Francois Magendie,
243:Somehow, later, exhausted and dismayed by these sapping, abrasive, attriting episodes, they came to a sort of truce; but it was at the expense of any closeness. ~ Iain M Banks,
244:We do 32 episodes a season and will have shot 267 episodes by the end of the ninth season... It's impossible to sell that many episodes in the foreign market. ~ Aaron Spelling,
245:We’ll have a drink and all watch Veronica Mars. I think in the next episode she gets roughed up in a pool hall. Anyone would need a drink while watching that. ~ Kristen Ashley,
246:What's so wonderful about 'The Walking Dead' is that we're able to explore human nature in its most depraved as well as its most humanitarian in each episode. ~ Gale Anne Hurd,
247:I've been looking to do TV for a while. I've always done guest starring stuff. I've done a couple of multi-episode arcs, and I've always loved the experience. ~ Christina Ricci,
248:One week, you can have a real heavy romance 'Chuck' episode, and the next week it can be some kind of murdery mystery. It's not like doing a procedural. ~ Robert Duncan McNeill,
249:Only twenty - nine years in the entire human history had been without warfare, and now here he was too, travelling between the episodes of a rapacious civil war. ~ Nadeem Aslam,
250:Sometimes I feel life is just one episode after another of trying to find another way. I wonder what happens when you discover there is no other way this time. I ~ Karina Halle,
251:You can't TV surf without coming across an Andy of Mayberry episode where you've just got to watch Don as Barney. And that's why I put Don in several of my movies. ~ Tim Conway,
252:I wanted to do an episode about Chuck having a gambling problem. I wanted to portray my addiction on the show. But I think it's a little edgy for Saturday night. ~ Fisher Stevens,
253:People love a happy ending. So every episode, I will explain once again that I don't like people. And then Mal will shoot someone. Someone we like. And their puppy. ~ Joss Whedon,
254:The second episode of any new show can be tough. You have about a week to top the well-crafted and polished pilot episode that was written over six months. ~ Michael Patrick King,
255:If I'm racist, don't think I would have directed shows like 'The Parkers' and 'The Wayans Brothers' or worked 41 episodes with Victoria Rowell on 'Diagnosis: Murder.' ~ Scott Baio,
256:I wish I could go tell 12-year-old me like I don't worry that you just fainted in front of all the girls, one day you'll be able to make this into an episode of TV. ~ John Mulaney,
257:When I auditioned for the show, I didn't realize it was an MTV production, which is going to make for really good tunes during the episodes, if nothing else. ~ Neil Patrick Harris,
258:Because I tend to kind of hide under the sheets when it comes to reality television. I've seen probably one episode of maybe five different shows, and that's about it. ~ Diane Lane,
259:Hill Street Blues might have been the first television show that had a memory. One episode after another was part of a cumulative experience shared by the audience. ~ Steven Bochco,
260:I think I just had a minor psychotic episode or maybe a breakdown or something, but it's cool; I'm feeling basically okay now," I replied, closing the van doors. "You? ~ Mira Grant,
261:We did want it ["Mary and Jane"] to feel a little different and have some surreal weird touches, which we try to do every episode. That is what we took advantage of. ~ Harry Elfont,
262:I did five episodes of Townies as Jenna Elfman's boyfriend. I was a guest star, but it was the first time I really got to play laughs in front of a sitcom audience. ~ Eric McCormack,
263:The idea of living forever makes me uncomfortable, and at this point I've lived long enough and seen enough Twilight Zone episodes to know that there's always a catch. ~ Mara Wilson,
264:Yeah, you can explore a lot more. Every one of the storylines is multi-faceted, so there are so many directions that it can go. It makes each episode so interesting. ~ Mireille Enos,
265:Your life will have chapters, complete with crazy characters, villains and a plot you can't even imagine as you sit here today. It's a lot like a Scooby Doo episode. ~ Sharyn Alfonsi,
266:A learner rather"

Stephen's answer to Deasy who says "You were not born to be a teacher, I think. Perhaps I am wrong." (Episode 2, line 403 in the Gabler edition) ~ James Joyce,
267:For each episode the five of us are all wearing clothes by the same designer. It's a different designer for each episode, but for each one we're all wearing their clothes. ~ Ted Allen,
268:I am a rapid-cycling manic-depressive, bi-polar one disorder, which means I can have thirty or forty episodes a year, and I used to have thirty to forty episodes a year. ~ Andy Behrman,
269:I was flabbergasted to be asked to write an episode - partly because I’ve been so absorbed in the last few series that I’d sort of forgotten that it wasn’t real. ~ Frank Cottrell Boyce,
270:I was very comfortable on the set of Lost. I was so nervous when I went on to the set because I had just watched all the Lost episodes. I was, like, a fan. A big fan. ~ Hiroyuki Sanada,
271:We did 356 'Dallas' episodes between 1978 and 1991. The most memorable moment for me happened in 1980 when I got shot at the end of the third series. The rest is a blur. ~ Larry Hagman,
272:Doesn't anybody ever want to talk about anything else besides 'Star Trek?' There were 79 episodes of the series; there were 55 different writers. I was only one of them. ~ David Gerrold,
273:He wanted a James Lear novel: near to constant episodes of sexual encounters strung together with a bit of mystery, and maybe, for window-dressing, some self-discovery. ~ Heidi Cullinan,
274:I was in Nepal and I had watched Oprah Winfrey's show. I had no idea, as a kid in Nepal, who she was, but I remember watching an episode of hers about living your dreams. ~ Prabal Gurung,
275:I wrapped that Monday and started on my third episode for Miss Match on Thursday of that same week and we just wrapped yesterday cause it was split over the holiday. ~ Charisma Carpenter,
276:To do six to 10 episodes of high-quality writing, and then be able to go direct my own things, and do a movie, if it comes along, sure. I just want to act and do good work. ~ Jason Momoa,
277:When you expect your employees to act like adults, they generally do. If you treat them like children, then get ready for your company to turn into one big Barney episode. ~ Ben Horowitz,
278:There’s no way they weren’t aware that we were watching them. They wanted us to see! It was like they were running a nonstop, year-round episode of How It’s Made by Aliens. ~ Ernest Cline,
279:He also had an entire series of episodes on pet peeves about his boyfriend, which was seventy-five percent amusing and twenty-five percent cringeworthy, but that was Zane. ~ Megan Erickson,
280:Over the past three decades there have been hundreds of mass shootings, murders, and other violent episodes that have been committed by individuals on psychiatric drugs. Big ~ Kelly Brogan,
281:There were 84 original episodes. It was rated No. 1 and No. 2 on the Fox Children's Network. We figured it was time to make it available to people who have never watched it. ~ Howie Mandel,
282:That there was nothing so wrong in the world that we couldn’t sort it out by the end of a single half-hour episode (or maybe a two-parter, if it was something really serious). ~ Ernest Cline,
283:My kids haven't watched one episode of 'Growing Pains'. I'll tell you why. When our kids were little, we never wanted Mommy or Daddy to be the celebrity mom or dad to our kids. ~ Kirk Cameron,
284:Pakistan now is like a horror film franchise. You know, it's 'Friday the 13th, Episode 63: The Terrorist from Pakistan.' And each time we hear of Pakistan it's in that context. ~ Mohsin Hamid,
285:Thirty years later, Bruno was convinced that, taken in context, the episode could be summed up in one sentence: Caroline Yessayan's miniskirt was to blame for everything. ~ Michel Houellebecq,
286:An episode that is near and dear to my heart is the entire cast in one room for the night because we get bed bugs in our apartment building so we have to stay with Martin Short. ~ John Mulaney,
287:My first reaction every time I delve into an episode of history that I don't know very much about is... my first reaction is anger that my teachers never taught me about it. ~ Steven Spielberg,
288:As for the story, whether the poet takes it ready made or constructs it for himself, he should first sketch its general outline, and then fill in the episodes and amplify in detail. ~ Aristotle,
289:How that works is our first season was the year we had a threatened writers' strike, so what we did was that instead of doing 22 episodes, we did 30. We put 10 in the bank. ~ Christopher Meloni,
290:The innards of Ping’s G5 were supposedly computer-engineered with a process called “finite-element analysis,” a term that for all I know was stolen from an old Star Trek episode. ~ Carl Hiaasen,
291:Then I go in the den and turn on Law & Order, since the only thing i can really count on in life is that whenever I turn on the TV, there will be a Law & Order episode. ~ David Levithan,
292:I can't point to any major episodes of sexual discrimination in my early life. But I was so aware of the crime, the shame that there was no use of my mother's ability and energy. ~ Betty Friedan,
293:I directed an episode of Touched by an Angel a couple of months ago, and I will be doing more of that. I just like to keep a bit of variety going; it keeps things interesting. ~ Gregory Harrison,
294:I'm not really a science-fiction fan, I quite like the idea of getting away from the science-fiction side of it, for two episodes. It was lovely, it was a super story and great fun. ~ Sarah Sutton,
295:Someone with inborn talent isn't happy. It's those who have worked hard for someone precious to them and who can be hot-blooded that are happy." -Gai Sensei: Naruto Episode 196 ~ Masashi Kishimoto,
296:I don't watch a lot of comedy. For relaxation and escape, I watch shows about how people survive bear attacks. Or old episodes of 'Law and Order,' the Benjamin Bratt/Jerry Orbach era. ~ Amy Poehler,
297:I'm a comedian, and I decided I wanted to be a comedian when I was eight years old watching old Saturday Night Live episodes. I never decided to be a rapper because I'm not a rapper. ~ Andy Samberg,
298:This final sprint of Breaking Bad is like nothing I've ever seen. It's TV as a crescendo, as a magnet, as a wave. These episodes aren't ending so much as they're gasping for breath. ~ Andy Greenwald,
299:Someone with inborn talent isn't happy. It's those who have worked hard for someone precious to them and who can be hot-blooded that are happy."
-Gai Sensei: Naruto Episode 196 ~ Masashi Kishimoto,
300:They've got to deliver twenty-six episodes a season and they're not going to beat their heads up against a wall if they feel something didn't, like, pan out the way they had hoped. ~ Rene Auberjonois,
301:"Am I going to make *meaning* of my suffering or am I just going to say there's nothing I can do?" ~ Melanie Starr Costello, Ph.D., Jungian analyst, on the new episode of Speaking of Jung. Coming soon,
302:Even when the rockets stop, the occupation, siege and Israeli violations in Gaza don’t stop,” Munayyer said. “And that is an environment which is just going to build up to another episode. ~ Anonymous,
303:Luckily the script [of X-files episode] was written wonderfully and that became who I was and I was quirky, and I was kind of agitated and not entirely happy, but at the same time, witty. ~ Rhys Darby,
304:That's the definition of a mini-series. A mini-series is a show that has no continuing story or narrative elements between one group of episodes and another, so no, I wasn't surprised. ~ John Landgraf,
305:I have a really, really hard time sitting down and watching a TV show, except I'm apparently willing to watch the same episode of 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia,' like, seven times. ~ Shane Carruth,
306:I suffer from manic-depressive disorder, and I've chosen not to take medication for it. Because of that, every once in a while I go through manic episodes and really depressed episodes. ~ Scott Weiland,
307:My parents didn’t let me do social things on weeknights because weeknights were for homework, and maybe an episode of The X-Files if I was being a good kid (X-Files was on Friday night), ~ Mindy Kaling,
308:Three days later, after the Chris Cox episode, a friend emailed Obama asking what he thought explained McCain’s wild swings and oscillations. “No fucking discipline,” Obama replied. As ~ John Heilemann,
309:Crime shows are really popular, in general, but usually, at the end of every episode, you have to let go of the people that you've invested in and then, the next week, get somebody else. ~ Mireille Enos,
310:I actually gained 30 pounds [for the episode], and I haven't lost all of it yet so I haven't been like "I gained 30 pounds!" Because I don't know if people can tell the difference. ~ Bryce Dallas Howard,
311:Regis Philbin's back in primetime, hosting 11 new episodes of 'Who Wants To Be a Millionaire.' But because of Obama's tax plan, it's been re-titled 'Who Wants To Win Just Under $250,000.' ~ Jimmy Fallon,
312:tattooed on Kirsten’s arm, “Survival is insufficient,” is from Star Trek: Voyager, episode 122, which aired for the first time in September 1999 and was written by Ronald D. Moore. ~ Emily St John Mandel,
313:The halcyon days of childhood, a time when everything lay open before him, when the most minor episodes could be construed as events and every chance encounter … gave rise to fresh insights. ~ Ivan Kl ma,
314:Even though there is a villain here, serious as death. It is this typical American teenager’s own Father, trying episode after episode to kill his son. And the kid knows it. Imagine that. ~ Thomas Pynchon,
315:My character on 'The Good Wife' is a smaller character, and his story arcs are typically season-long, unless it's a big episode for him. His transitions take place over many, many hours. ~ Graham Phillips,
316:Six years ago, I completed the premier episode of Hawaii Five-O, and Jack Lord and I immediately realized that we had a good series, that this was a success such as we'd never hoped for! ~ James MacArthur,
317:Cross!" I called. I just couldn't bring myself to say "Archer" out loud. I'd have felt like I was in an episode of Masterpiece Theatre: "Archer! Let us fetch a spot of tea, old boy! ~ Rachel Hawkins,
318:I always try to look at the episode overall, and try to figure out where I can add something that's a little ironic or self-aware or light because I think that's what makes the show special. ~ Meaghan Rath,
319:In the TV business, you've got to write fast, and someone will tell you, "Can you rewrite this episode before... 6 p.m.?" So that's when you rewrite it. You can't wait for the muse to show up. ~ Noah Hawley,
320:You know when a script is good but you don't have any knowledge how visually it is going to look. When this [Happy Valley] came out and I saw the first episode and thought it was terrific. ~ Sarah Lancashire,
321:"Jung was very clear that there was what he called a somatic unconscious, and that at the deepest level the unconscious *was* the body." ~ Mark Winborn, Jungian analyst, on the new episode of Speaking of Jung,
322:Using supernatural beings to build the perfect weapon? Intriguing idea." "Not really," I said. "They did it on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. A sub-par season. I slept through half the episodes. ~ Kelley Armstrong,
323:What happened in the missile crisis in October 1962 has been prettified to make it look as if acts of courage and thoughtfulness abounded. The truth is that the whole episode was almost insane. ~ Noam Chomsky,
324:I used to watch every episode of 'Justice League,' I went to all the movies, I had the Superman lunchbox. I was enamored with animation in general and always wanted to somehow be a part of it. ~ Jesse McCartney,
325:I was hoping for 13 episodes that my friends would like. It’s a good lesson, isn’t it? If you do something trying to make your friends laugh and that you can be proud of, you can also be successful. ~ Sam Simon,
326:I was trying so hard. I would memorize the entire script, then I'd be lipping everybody's lines while they were talking. When I watch those episodes, it's disgusting. My performances were horrible. ~ Will Smith,
327:Remember that the divine order is intelligent and fundamentally good. Life is not a series of random, meaningless episodes, but an ordered, elegant whole that follows ultimately comprehensible laws. ~ Epictetus,
328:I think the least stereotypical gay character on television is probably Matt LeBlanc on Episodes. He just plays it so straight-faced. They never talk about the fact that he's such a huge gay person. ~ Adam Pally,
329:I told myself a while back, 'Love what you do, but don't fall in love with what you do.' That way you won't be brokenhearted if ever it gets canceled five episodes in - which has happened to me. ~ Nathan Fillion,
330:My favorite day at 30 Rock is Thursday, when the show airs. At lunch we screen the episodes. For everyone to watch together, to see the stuff we all worked on, to hear the crew laugh - it’s great fun. ~ Tina Fey,
331:Every year the hunters shot cows and horses and family pets and each other. And unbelievably, they sometimes shot themselves, perhaps in a psychotic episode where they mistook themselves for dinner ~ Louise Penny,
332:Part of our goal, in the episodes moving forward, is to deepen and dimensionalize every other character, to get into their relationships with each other, expand that stuff and really sink our teeth in. ~ Josh Gad,
333:To Sara's practised eye, this latest episode looked something like a broken heart, even if she'd never seen the look on him before. Or even imagined it happening. She wondered if he'd noticed yet. ~ Manna Francis,
334:Jessica Simpson is the youth ambassador for Operation Smile, and an episode of The Apprentice featured a team managing a charity concert she put on. Donald Trump came on stage and pledged a donation. ~ Roma Downey,
335:Unfortunately most easily-digested entertainment has as much actual content as a Spongebob Squarepants episode, so the trick is to try to fit actual nourishing content into enjoyable entertainment. ~ Jeffrey Lewis,
336:We had very, very, very little money to make the show [ Gigi Does It]. We shot every episode in two days. It was non-WGA, non-DGA, so we couldn't write anything. The whole thing had to be improv. ~ David Krumholtz,
337:You told me there wouldn’t be any Rod Serling voice-overs, yet here I am in the middle of a Twilight Zone episode. Oh, and let me guess the title of it, Night of the Terminally Stupid! (Channon) ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon,
338:Honestly I'm not a huge TV person. The only show that I've seen every episode of is 'Pretty Little Liars.' It's my favorite show. I wish I could get into other shows, but I just don't have time! ~ Sabrina Carpenter,
339:If all the actors are in the recording session at the same time, you can record all voices for one episode in an hour. Of course, the animation takes longer but the voice acting is done very quickly. ~ Kam Williams,
340:I think that the episodes are like mini horror films really; the characters make bad decisions early on and these things just snowball for them and get worse and worse. And that's what I find funny. ~ Dave Rowntree,
341:They were nicely written and nicely directed episodes [Star Trek: Enterprise]. I enjoyed working with Scott [Bakula]. So it was good to do, and, as you said, it did serve to enhance the Soong legacy. ~ Brent Spiner,
342:Memory and Habit are attributes of the Time cancer. They control the most simple Proustian episode, and an understanding of their mechanism must precede any particular analysis of their application. ~ Samuel Beckett,
343:Using supernatural beings to build the perfect weapon? Intriguing idea."

"Not really," I said. "They did it on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. A sub-par season. I slept through half the episodes. ~ Kelley Armstrong,
344:Nuclear episodes stand out in bold print in life story as narrative high points, low points and turning points, explaining how the person has remained the same and how he or she has changed over time. ~ Dan P McAdams,
345:Thinking about it now, i have to say, nothing terrible comes to mind. No blowup fights or traumatic episodes. that's usually what happens when i dig too deep into memories. The worst stuff pops up first. ~ Val Emmich,
346:A single high NH4 peak, traced to biomass burning across North America, begins at the [Younger Dryas] onset. It is the largest biomass-burning episode from North American sources in the entire record. ~ Graham Hancock,
347:"Deep inner work will eventually expose more and more of the #shadow to consciousness. And it usually is very difficult and painful work." ~ Murray Stein, Ph.D., Jungian analyst, on the new episode of Speaking of Jung,
348:Eichmann said about this episode in his last statement: “Nobody,” he repeated, “came to me and reproached me for anything in the performance of my duties. Not even Pastor Grüber claims to have done so. ~ Hannah Arendt,
349:Richard and I exchanged a look, and then we looked back at Jean-Claude. Jean-Claude with all his fancy fetish yummy clothes, standing there nude and covered in more body fluids than a CSI episode. ~ Laurell K Hamilton,
350:She watched the first episode and she was like, 'This is feminism?' And then by the end of the season, she was like, 'This is feminism.' The tone changed completely. She was really psyched about it. ~ Allison Williams,
351:Somebody once told me - and I could be wrong about this - that The West Wing was, on any given episode, $300,000 over, on average. Now today, if you were $10,000 over budget, they would cancel you. For sure. ~ Rob Lowe,
352:Massive wildfires occurred at the onset of the Younger Dryas, representing the most anomalous episode of biomass burning in at least 120,000 years and possibly in the past ~ Graham Hancock386,000 years. ~ Graham Hancock,
353:The truth is, most of the genuinely tragic episodes of lost food are things that are somewhat outside the reach of the home cook, even a home cook like me who has been known to overreach from time to time. ~ Nora Ephron,
354:You had to be aware that I saw that photography was a mere episode in the history of the optical projection and when the chemicals ended, meaning the picture was fixed by chemicals, we were in a new era. ~ David Hockney,
355:Cersei took so many of us out in the last episode and she's really turned dark; even Jaime Lannister can see that, so I don't think that Cersei Lannister is long for her Westeros world. I hope she's not. ~ Natalie Dormer,
356:I didn't really watch the show [Star Trek]. I still haven't seen about 150 of them. So I didn't really think of them too much in terms of episodes. I thought of them as kind of one long seven-year episode. ~ Brent Spiner,
357:When you're doing lots and lots of episodes and you're playing the same character, it's great because you really get to know the character and it becomes a really fast style and you find subtleties in it. ~ Misha Collins,
358:Art3mis also ran her own vidfeed channel, Art3mivision, and I always kept one of my monitors tuned to it. Right now, she was airing her usual Monday evening fare: an episode of Square Pegs. After that would ~ Ernest Cline,
359:During the writers’ strike in 2007, we put on our own SNL episode there with old sketches. Michael Cera hosted, our musical guest was Yo La Tengo, and we gave Lorne a birthday cake as he sat in the audience. ~ Amy Poehler,
360:On the other hand, we worked a year on this and some people are going to watch it in a night and go, "We want more!" And there is something I miss about the longing and the anticipation for the next episode. ~ Jenji Kohan,
361:The greatest achievement of the human brain is its ability to imagine objects and episodes that do not exist in the realm of the real, and it is this ability that allows us to think about the future. ~ Daniel Todd Gilbert,
362:[The media's] fantasy of an America bristling with racists allows them to portray any criticism of our massively incompetent and dangerous president as just another sad episode of oh-so-typical white racism. ~ Ann Coulter,
363:Watching a movie with an audience is so exciting. For me, coming from TV, you finish an episode and then it airs, and I'm at home. There's no gratification and there's no audience interaction with it. ~ Genndy Tartakovsky,
364:It was fantastic returning to Being Human. When I got cast in the role, at first I just thought it was for one episode, and the fans were really great about it, and it was really nice having that reaction. ~ Ellie Kendrick,
365:Sometimes I imagine life itself as merely a long preparation and waiting, a long darkness of growth toward these adventures of the spirit, a picaresque novel, so to speak, in which the episodes are all inward. ~ May Sarton,
366:The problem was to sustain at any cost the feeling you had in the theater that you were watching a real person, yes, but an intense condensation of his experience, not simply a realistic series of episodes. ~ Arthur Miller,
367:When I was starting to get noticed as an actor in the 1970s for something other than the third cowboy on the right who ended up dying in every movie or episode, Burt Reynolds was the biggest star in the world. ~ Bruce Dern,
368:Condoms aren’t a hundred percent you know,” he reminds me calmly. My mind flashes to a certain episode of Friends, and I suddenly feel like yelling out that they should put that on the outside of the box. ~ Chantal Fernando,
369:I just have always felt that I think we know that it's an ensemble show, and it's very hard to pick a show to submit when you're nominated, because usually everyone has a very strong part in every episode. ~ Patricia Heaton,
370:I saw the first episode of "The Walking Dead," and that's all I've seen. I thought it was good. I used to love zombies when I was little, but I don't like them the way I used to. I'm not knocking the show. ~ James Patterson,
371:A lot of American shows don't last for as long as 12 episodes. They get cut after one. But certainly one of the great things about The Office in particular was that there was a beginning, a middle and an end. ~ Matt Groening,
372:When it comes to Project Runway, for me the most memorable look ever presented goes back to season one, episode one, when Austin Scarlett created a ravishing cocktail dress out of cornhusks. It was really amazing. ~ Tim Gunn,
373:When movie people go over into television, it's a little bit of a shock. It's much faster-paced. Everything is really last-minute. You won't know your schedule for the next episode until the last minute. ~ Charisma Carpenter,
374:If I could film, we'd film every episode of 'Doctor Who' in New York. I have an affinity with the city. It has some wonderful locations and it is devastatingly vast and huge. Central Park looks amazing on camera. ~ Matt Smith,
375:It was strange, I reflected.. that even in the weirdest circumstances, the most troubling episodes of one's life, the greatest divides from home and familiarity, there were these moments of undeniable joy. ~ Elizabeth Kostova,
376:I went to the library to look up the figures, and I found out that the episode we watched is the highest watched anything of television history, which I find amazing because it felt like just the five of us. ~ Stephen Chbosky,
377:The episode embarrassed the Obama administration, but it also pointed to the great power of white innocence-the need to believe that whatever might befall the country, white America is ultimately blameless. ~ Ta Nehisi Coates,
378:It has been more than 30 years since this disgraceful episode occurred, and I believe that the United States government should demand the return of the USS Pueblo to the United States Navy without further delay. ~ Wayne Allard,
379:I saw an episode - the second episode [of Black Mirror], "Fifteen Million Merits" - and I completely flipped out: "This is what my nightmares are made of. This is the most terrifying thing I've ever seen." ~ Bryce Dallas Howard,
380:So much of his life seemed to be like this now, a blur of days without anything to define them from each other, like episodes of a soap he watched out of habit, even though none of the characters interested him. ~ Joanne Harris,
381:The hardest thing about doing a series and having it stick is that you've never performed with each other, and the pilot is kind of a dress rehearsal, and you don't know the tone until two or three episodes in. ~ David Giuntoli,
382:You know, one of the biggest thrills that I have is when famous people recognize me from "Taxi." When I was working with George C. Scott on "The Titanic," he knew every episode. He would quote lines from it. . . ~ Marilu Henner,
383:Any big televised event that starts at the crack of dawn is worth getting up for. I've done it all my life: big boxing matches, royal weddings, even TV-A.M.'s inaugural episode was enjoyed in pyjamas in my house. ~ Sharon Horgan,
384:I love making 'iCarly' - it's so much fun, and I love getting the script every week and not really knowing what insane thing I'm going to be doing. It's just like an adventure every episode; that's really fun. ~ Miranda Cosgrove,
385:I would have been glad to agree to let them all proceed henceforth in complete ignorance of psychology, if they would forget my opinion of chocolate sodas or the story of the amusing episode on a Spanish streetcar. ~ B F Skinner,
386:I'd always wanted to write something about the Korean War because of my heritage. My father lost his brother during the war, and I fictionalized that episode, which was told to me very briefly without much detail. ~ Chang Rae Lee,
387:The old wars were decided by their episodes rather than by their tendencies. In this war the tendencies are far more important than the episodes. Without winning any sensational victories we may win this war. ~ Winston S Churchill,
388:A King Charles spaniel named Camilla Parker Bowles. Fucking Americans.

Black, Tasha (2014-12-22). Fate of the Alpha: Episode 1: A Tarker's Hollow Serial (Kindle Location 1321). 13th Story Press. Kindle Edition. ~ Tasha Black,
389:As he reads through his observations, a new thought begins to take shape in his mind, which provokes a whole new set of notes that will only make complete sense to Darwin two years later, after the Malthus episode. ~ Steven Johnson,
390:I believe Sarah Palin is a true statesman, whose experience as a failed vice presidential candidate, half-term governor and eight-episode reality star has fully prepared her to take control of our nuclear arsenal. ~ Stephen Colbert,
391:I felt like the end of an A-Team episode when everything worked out, and the heroes all got to go home and live happily ever after while the bad guys were put in jail. Except of course, I was the bad guy.
Whatever. ~ Shay Savage,
392:I landed the role of Bravo 5, the only female fighter pilot in 'Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace.' I did my bit and fired my guns, but I haven't a notion of which side I was on or who I was firing the guns at. ~ Celia Imrie,
393:Maybe my husband’s hot brother-in-law would rehearse his underground band with The Beach Boys in the garage. Come to think of it, I think my entire thirties were based on episodes of Full House. Not exactly realistic. ~ Karina Halle,
394:For one thing, he wasn’t sure what kind of small talk to make with a guy who’d recently come back from Tartarus. Catch that last episode of Doctor Who? Oh, right. You were trudging through the Pit of Eternal Damnation! ~ Rick Riordan,
395:I'm not supposed to talk about the snail. The snail is, well, congratulations to whoever noticed it. It's supposed to be a thing where you gotta look for it in every episode, and it's there three times in every episode. ~ Steve Burns,
396:Sometimes in TV, it can get really stale, especially if you're doing these 23-episode years. It's a lot of work, and to put your family through that, on a location, is not always the greatest thing in the world. ~ Jeffrey Dean Morgan,
397:When you are editing, the final master is Aristotle and his poetics. You might have a terrific episode, but if people are falling out because there are just too many elements in it, you have to begin to get rid of things. ~ Ken Burns,
398:A mother deserves a day off to care for a sick child or sick parent without running into hardship - and you know what, a father does, too. It's time to do away with workplace policies that belong in a 'Mad Men' episode. ~ Barack Obama,
399:Condoms aren’t a hundred percent foolproof, you know,” he reminds me calmly. My mind flashes to a certain episode of Friends, and I suddenly feel like yelling out that they should put that on the outside of the box. ~ Chantal Fernando,
400:I pull out my headphones and find the song “All Right Now.” I know it from season one, episode six of Supernatural. It’s at the very end of the episode, when Dean tells Sam he wishes he could have lived a normal life. ~ Jennifer Niven,
401:I think our goal and intention is to make sure that, when you watch each episode, you don't have to make that choice, but also that you can have stand-alone episodes, where a story can have a beginning, middle and end. ~ Alex Kurtzman,
402:There's [John Mulaney Show] jokes that I have in stand up that I wouldn't try to put in, I would try to have someone just speak extemporaneously in the middle of a scene about an episode of "Law and Order" or something. ~ John Mulaney,
403:Too often Acts is read as a more or less random collection of episodes from the primeval glory days of the church, as a rather loose anthology of vignettes from “the good old days when Christians were really Christians. ~ Wayne Grudem,
404:A lot of cop shows, because they have the restraints of having a new case every episode, the victims often become these kind of nameless, faceless plot points, and as an audience we don't feel anything for those people. ~ Mireille Enos,
405:Every woman has a series of episodes about her twenties, her girlhood, and how she came out of it. Rarely are those episodes so neatly encapsulated as an episode of, say, Friends of a romantic comedy about boy meeting girl ~ Roxane Gay,
406:I had watched an episode of Black Mirror almost exactly a year prior to when I started shooting my episode. I was by myself in New Zealand, and my husband was like, "You have to see this show. It's so incredible." ~ Bryce Dallas Howard,
407:This was one of the most revealing scenes of the whole revolution – one of those rare episodes when the hidden relations of power are illuminated on the surface of events and the broader course of history becomes clear. ~ Orlando Figes,
408:all started at the Temple of Apollo In Delphi. One of his friends approached the oracle with the question: “Is anyone wiser than Socrates?” the answer was “No.” Socrates was profoundly puzzled by this episode. He claimed to know ~ Plato,
409:Being a father is like directing Alien or Invasion of the Body Snatchers. It's much more difficult than directing an episode of TV. Also, directing a show or movie lasts a few months at most, parenting lasts for decades. ~ Misha Collins,
410:Roquentin is visited by a deeper, more philosophical ailment: he falls into bouts of what he calls his “Nausea.” These are episodes in which, afflicted by his sense that there is “absolutely no more reason for living, ~ Jean Paul Sartre,
411:We did an episode where she goes out to get a job and she gets fired because she's not good. They hire a babysitter to help out and she finds out she hates the fact that the kids have more fun with the sitter than her. ~ Patricia Heaton,
412:I also have the last season of Beverly Hills 90210, only because I love to watch the final episode when Donna and David finally frickin' get married. Her dress was amazing. She looked like Cinderella going to the ball. ~ Julie Prestsater,
413:Look, we can definitively agree that cable is far superior to network. That isn't to say that there can't be a great network drama or comedy that makes 20-plus episodes a year. We know that there are, and there have been. ~ Damon Lindelof,
414:The episode,” he said. “You mean when I put my tongue down your throat and lifted your skirts and put my hand on your pudenda in that hardly-worth-mentioning way.”
“It would be good of you not to mention it,” she said. ~ Loretta Chase,
415:When you're trying to come up with an idea for a movie it's actually the hardest part - the germ of the idea. Inevitably you think of something that would be great and then discover that it was on an episode of The Simpsons. ~ Diablo Cody,
416:I'm very grateful for work especially in film industry. It's highly competitive and there are a lot of people standing behind me jumping at the opportunity to only do one thing, like one movie or one TV show or one episode. ~ Famke Janssen,
417:I studied Monty Python. And not just Holy Grail, either. Every single one of their films, albums, and books, and every episode of the original BBC series. (Including those two “lost” episodes they did for German television.) ~ Ernest Cline,
418:The date here is very interesting, because, as far as I can determine, the first Star Trek episode to refer to a black hole, which it called a "black star," was aired in 1967 before Wheeler ever used the term in public. ~ Lawrence M Krauss,
419:I really prefer acting in the theater the most. In some ways TV is closer to that because there's more of a regularity to the schedule. You have to finish an episode by a certain day. Movies can just go on interminably. ~ Mary Louise Parker,
420:Nothing moved him. No sense of remorse could knock him back into reaction; no tears of regret flowed from those weary eyes.This seemingly innocuous episode, transpired into greater tragedy and it left him vaguely disengaged. ~ Mehreen Ahmed,
421:The stuff that I've been doing lately is political. It's not always about people who are super famous movie stars. The fact that people are still taking a chance and listening to the blacklist episodes is really exciting. ~ Karina Longworth,
422:Endings are the hardest part. I find there's a great relief that at the end of every episode, every hour of TV you produce, while you want a proper and satisfying ending, it doesn't have to end The Story, in capital letters. ~ Vince Gilligan,
423:I recurred on Grey’s Anatomy for three years, and at the same time, I recurred for eight episodes on Rescue Me. And I’d recurred for nine episodes on The Practice. Frankly, the guest star is often the most compelling character. ~ Kate Burton,
424:I can’t help but think that, comic book-wise, this whole episode would probably fill nothing but a couple interlude frames; like that moment where a character has a sepia-tinted dream before crashing back into their real story. ~ Melissa Keil,
425:Sam just told me to tell you that the most important thing
is to not do what you did to them on the episode.”
“That won’t happen,” I replied, “because I doubt they’ll
leave the keys in the car again. Wish me luck. ~ Maggie Stiefvater,
426:Television is my home. It's a special breed of person that can do nine months on and three months off, with 22 episodes of one-hour shows. It's very hard work. It can be a grind. It's not a grind for me. I relish in that. ~ Charisma Carpenter,
427:How can such episodes of such savage cruelty happen? The heart of man is an abyss out of which sometimes emerge plots of unspeakable ferocity capable of overturning in an instant the tranquil and productive life of a people. ~ Pope John Paul II,
428:The thing is, all my heroes were junkies. Lenny Bruce, Keith Richards, William Burroughs, Miles Davis, Hubert Selby, Jr... These guys were cool. They were committed. They would not have been caught dead doing an ALF episode. ~ Jerry Stahl,
429:As a child, I was attractive to paedophiles. I suppose being indecently assaulted when I was 13 years old should have warned me that there were some weird and dangerous men out there, but I had got over that episode in my life. ~ Stephen Richards,
430:I love Keri Russell. I watched every episode of Felicity, and Waitress is my favorite film from last year. She's just an amazing actress. And I like her voice a lot - it didn't surprise me that she would be doing voiceover work. ~ Virginia Madsen,
431:I refuse to offer hints.’ Myron ran episodes through his mind. On the court the umpire announced, ‘Time.’ The ninety-second commercial break was over. The players rose. Myron couldn’t swear to it, but he thought he saw Henry blink. ~ Harlan Coben,
432:Last summer a second unit production crew went to France and shot scenes for several of this seasons episodes. They shot costumed actors in and around real castles and landmarks, we couldnt possibly have duplicated here in Hollywood. ~ Vic Morrow,
433:"Like alchemy, erotic love contains within itself the possibility of uniting two elements. In love the sexual and the spiritual may be united." ~ Arlene Landau, Ph.D., Jungian analyst, Tragic Beauty, p. 63, on the next episode of Speaking of Jung,
434:The review of studies of seasonal patterns for peak months of occurrence for episodes of mania and depression indicates that there is a consistency of findings despite the methodological problems intrinsic to such research. ~ Kay Redfield Jamison,
435:This is not a Scooby-Doo episode, Gus said.
Granted, our current adventure may lack the mastery and grace of classic stories like 'Hassle in the Castle' or 'Foul Play in Funland', Shawn said. But as I've always said, aim high. ~ William Rabkin,
436:I suggest in my own discussion of this episode, Mann invites us to set the attempt to philosophize about his predicament in the context of Aschenbach's life. The literary presentation thus adds to the naked philosophical skeleton. ~ Philip Kitcher,
437:I was dreading all of the ghost stories of working on American television, not in the least, the length. In Britain, a series is six episodes of an hour drama, maybe sometimes eight, but never twenty-two, so I was petrified of that. ~ Lennie James,
438:Particularly in the final season [of Fringe], when we were shooting seven-day episodes with a reduced budget and big special effects, the team was so polished, by then, that we were able to do it and, I think, with incredible results. ~ John Noble,
439:"The Doula" was and is a very, very special episode to me because I think it's very funny and very weird and it also is 100 percent based on my life, in that I fainted three times during Sex Ed in real life the three different years. ~ John Mulaney,
440:To the anthropologist, there’s no such thing as a singular episode, a singular phenomenon – only a set of variations on generic ones; the more generic, therefore, the more pure, the closer to an unvariegated or unscrambled archetype. ~ Tom McCarthy,
441:We have in our head something called story grammar. We see the world as a series of episodes rather than logical propositions... In our serious society, storytelling is seen as being soft. But people process the world through story. ~ Daniel H Pink,
442:Hours is an understatement. I honestly don't know how the director and editor decide each week what actually makes it on the air. There's of course director and cast commentary on each episode on the DVD. We had a blast recording that. ~ Joel McHale,
443:In a world where time is a sense, like sight or like taste, a sequence of episodes may be quick or may be slow, dim or intense, salty or sweet, causal or without cause, orderly or random, depending on the prior history of the viewer. ~ Alan Lightman,
444:The great thing about television is that most things get resolved by the end of the episode. So I think a lot of people watch TV to see something of their real lives reflected on the screen, but also they're hoping for that happy ending. ~ Kali Hawk,
445:The only episode I can remember actually being about something was the one where Sister Bertrille had to deal with Irving, a lovesick pelican, explaining gently that while she was very fond of him, she was not ready to settle down yet. ~ Sally Field,
446:The best-case scenario is everything goes perfect and smooth, but we're also a new and weird show. So all my conversations were, "Hey last night didn't go perfect but we kind of know what we've got in store for everybody episode-wise." ~ John Mulaney,
447:The good news is that “The Hangover Part III” isn’t a rerun like the second episode. The bad news is everything else. For all the promise of mayhem and WTF moments, the final episode hits you with all the force of a warm can of O’Doul’s. ~ Kyle Smith,
448:You know, it's a big version of an episode, which I think is necessary at this point because we're drawing in people who not only people who have seen the show before and are devoted to it, but people who have never seen it before. ~ Gillian Anderson,
449:I see the whole episode in my memory as if it were a very crisply photographed black and white movie. Directed by Bergman perhaps.We are playing ourselves in the movie version. If only we could escape from always having to play ourselves ! ~ Erica Jong,
450:Like all religious people, Christians repress, remember, and retell their core stories selectively. They emphasize this episode at the expense of that episode, in keeping with their own biases and the preoccupations of their times. ~ Stephen R Prothero,
451:There are, in the lives of almost every man and woman, certain brief episodes that, enduring for a long or a short time, leave in the memory a sense of completeness. To those moments humanity returns for refuge, for courage, and for solace. ~ Anonymous,
452:Television moves so fast. A series moves at such a rapid pace and things are changing, episode to episode, where you're going, "Wait, why am I doing this? This last episode, you told me I was doing this." You're shooting at a moving target. ~ Mike Vogel,
453:We did an episode on Good Times which came out of a newspaper article about the incidence of hypertension in black males being higher than whites, and increasing. So we did a show in which James, the father on Good Times, had hypertension. ~ Norman Lear,
454:I'm ashamed to say this, but I watched every episode of 'Starsky and Hutch' as a kid. I loved that show, but now I think it's stupid - they'd have a car chase for no reason, then Paul Michael Glaser would shoot the car and it would blow up. ~ Shane Black,
455:I feel like it's a dangerous and dark world if 'Sunny' becomes mainstream comedy. If you were to turn on CBS at 8 o'clock on Thursday and see an episode of 'It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia,' I don't know if I want to live in that world. ~ Rob McElhenney,
456:I shot her because she had just killed my best friend and my worst enemy with a single hand -grenade.
This episode made me sorry to be alive , made me envy stones.
I would rather have been a stone at the service of the Natural Order ~ Kurt Vonnegut,
457:Mockumentary formats are great for a couple of things. One of them is delivering the toughest part of any sitcom episode, what writers call "pipe" - the nuts and bolts of the story where you explain what's happening, the boring plot stuff. ~ Michael Schur,
458:All Internet comedy is niche comedy. If you do an Internet video about Halo, every Halo fan will send it to every other Halo fan. But if you did an episode of a network comedy that parodied Halo, most of your audience wouldn't even get it. ~ Ricky Van Veen,
459:It's not that writing staffs don't change at all, but they don't change very much. Directors are freelancers. There are directors who do five or 10 episodes of a show every year for years, but most directors are freelance, they come and go. ~ John Landgraf,
460:The streets of New York and some wards of its venerable institutions were packed with people who, despite being entirely forsaken, had episodes of glory that made the career of Alexander the Great seem like a day in the life of a file clerk. ~ Mark Helprin,
461:This show [Timeless] is absolutely epic. I simply can't believe the production value for the episodes. Each episode is creating a new world. I just can't think of another television show that trumps the Hindenburg to the 1970s week to week. ~ Misha Collins,
462:One of the roles I hold really close to my heart is a small "under-five" role I did on "The Young and the Restless." I think I did about four episodes and it meant so much to me, simply because it was my mom's all-time favorite soap. ~ Emayatzy E Corinealdi,
463:Part of me was fascinated by the idea that I would only get next week's episode a week in advance and wouldn't actually know where I was going with it, until the script landed on my mat. But, part of me wanted to know what was going to happen. ~ Mark Strong,
464:We get the scripts before the table read, but I don't look at them until we go into the table read. I don't want to know, when I'm playing a moment in the current episode, what's going to happen because it might change how I'm playing that. ~ John Barrowman,
465:Well, that episode was the last straw, as my mom explains it, and the Nun Boss basically fired my mom, but even though she was a failed nun and never got to marry God, she went home feeling as if a huge weight had been lifted off her shoulders. ~ Judy Greer,
466:Civilization is perhaps approaching one of those long winters that overtake it from time to time. Romantic Christendom - picturesque, passionate, unhappy episode - may be coming to an end. Such a catastrophe would be no reason for despair. ~ George Santayana,
467:I lost my new puppy,” the man in the car said. “Will you come help me find him?” “Oh, hell, no,” she said, glaring into the car at the almost-handsome man sitting behind the wheel. “I saw that very special episode of Diff’rent Strokes.” “Then ~ Tiffany Reisz,
468:The kid in the episode [of Tales From The Darkside ] was played by Christian Slater! He was all of about 12 or so, but I've run into Christian many times since then, and he always does his line from Tales From The Darkside whenever he sees me. ~ Brent Spiner,
469:I knew Scotty was going to win. At the beginning of the episode, I was like, 'Scotty, are you ready to win?'. I knew he was going to in my heart. I accepted it. I couldn't pick a more perfect person to get second place to. He's my best friend. ~ Lauren Alaina,
470:When you're shooting a network television show it inevitably starts airing a few episodes in, and depending on the ratings and the response from the public, you find yourself tweaking your performance or the scripts go in a different direction. ~ Lizzy Caplan,
471:As far as the future for the Showtime episodes that have already aired, we are sold into syndication so we'll be appearing primarily on the Fox syndicated networks and then eventually the SCI FI Channel. So, we'll be around for a while. ~ Richard Dean Anderson,
472:A hullabaloo broke out. Among all the remarks offered, from the very constructive “It’s disgusting!” to “Those children are completely nuts,” there wasn’t really anything worth the climax of a Columbo episode. Kashmareck cut short the chatter. ~ Franck Thilliez,
473:David Boreanaz is actually a very good director and he directed one of our episodes. Excellent director, knew exactly what he wanted. We never had long days with David. He was great, he knew exactly what he wanted and he's a fantastic director. ~ Michael Clarke,
474:I can’t think straight around her. I think love
is turning me into a Disney character. Damn it. I always
thought I’d be someone interesting out of a Star Trek
episode, but I kind of want to break into a song a little.
Just a little. ~ Lexi Blake,
475:Why should I ever get fed up talking about my father? He was a brilliant, colorful man who left us with thousands of memories. Most people remember his films, but I've got anecdotes and advice and episodes of real life tucked away inside my head. ~ Danny Huston,
476:She wasn’t the first, nor the last. These are the women he crosses paths with. He doesn’t become her destiny, nor she his. They are his episodes, and luckily he too is just an episode. He wanders along on the fringes of danger, and nibbles at them. ~ Joseph Roth,
477:Walter [Hill] basically brought me into that ["Wild Bill Hickok"], and it was one of the great experiences. It was extraordinary stuff. He wrote this kind of American Shakespeare. But I played my part for four episodes, and the rest is history! ~ Keith Carradine,
478:Economic history is a never-ending series of episodes based on falsehoods and lies, not truths. It represents the path to big money. The object is to recognize the trend whose premise is false, ride that trend and step off before it is discredited. ~ George Soros,
479:I read the papers, I surf the Web. At the beginning of the year, I try to see at least two episodes of every show on our network. Am I surfing? All the time. I'm aware of the landscape. I'm a competitor, so I have to know whom I'm competing with. ~ Leslie Moonves,
480:One of the great things about a TV series is that it's different to a movie - in a movie you obviously know the beginning, the middle and the end of what you're going to do. With a TV series it's unfolding, and you're discovering with every episode. ~ Dylan Walsh,
481:We've done things that are faster at times, but it's definitely different when we direct all the episodes because it's like we have to write them all, then shoot them all, then edit them all. So we have to just get ahead on those scripts basically. ~ Mark Duplass,
482:As everyone knows, it is a thousand times easier to reconstruct the facts of what happened at a certain time than its intellectual atmosphere. The atmosphere is reflected not in official events but, most conspicuously, in small, personal episodes... ~ Stefan Zweig,
483:In terms of my Indianness, I try not to rely on it nor deny it. When it comes up organically in my writing, we can address it. About five years ago, we wrote this episode of 'The Office,' called 'Diwali,' which seemed like an organic way of using it. ~ Mindy Kaling,
484:I think one of the coolest things about the job is the level of trust we have for each other. The actors fully trust that the writers will write amazing episodes, and the writers trust that the actors will follow their instincts with the characters ~ John Krasinski,
485:I've directed a fair amount of television series - so I'm always trying to learn new things. One episode was all hand-held and I'm trying to get better at when you should do things and when you should just shut up and watch what the people are saying. ~ Bob Balaban,
486:I can remember when I was a baby and my mother was there watching the show. I went and bought 100 episodes and watched them. I respect it so much that the sitcom itself and Ed Norton; I'm not playing Ed Norton but my version of it, cause I'm a black man. ~ Mike Epps,
487:My recipe for bliss on a Friday night consists of a 'New York Times' crossword puzzle and a new episode of 'Homicide;' Saturdays and Sundays are oriented around walks in the woods with the dog, human companion in tow some of the time but not always. ~ Caroline Knapp,
488:Totally whatever we want to put in there. Then it was really "Now we are going to make it. We really need to find a consistent tone."I think the pilot ["Mary and Jane"] actually got it. It was more about the other episodes making sure everything else. ~ Harry Elfont,
489:What is a novel if not a conviction of our fellow men's existence strong enough to take upon itself a form of imagined life clearer than reality and whose accumulated verisimilitude of selected episodes puts to shame the pride of documentary history. ~ Joseph Conrad,
490:What is a novel if not a conviction of our fellow-men's existence strong enough to take upon itself a form of imagined life clearer than reality and whose accumulated verisimilitude of selected episodes puts to shame the pride of documentary history. ~ Joseph Conrad,
491:And it's only the beginning of a new era of exceptional Star Wars storytelling; next year we'll release our first standalone movie based on these characters, followed by Star Wars: Episode VIII in 2017, and we'll finish this trilogy with Episode IX in 2019. ~ Bob Iger,
492:I did this TV show, which was my first job ever. It wasn't a real acting part. It was like this promo for this sitcom and the main actress was meeting three different real people and then she was going to decide who was going to be on the episode. ~ Sean William Scott,
493:But alas, the most terrifying aspect of the whole fascist episode is the dark fact that most of its poisons are generated not by evil men or evil peoples, but by quite ordinary men in search of an answer to the baffling problems that beset every society. ~ John T Flynn,
494:Crime is one of the leads of the show. If there's ever anything that deals with a character's personal life, you don't have to worry about it getting too crazy. People don't have to worry about character arcs. Each episode is a self-contained unit. ~ Christopher Meloni,
495:Episode 5: Meanwhile, they’d all lost touch, because they didn’t have Facebook and phones were expensive or whatever. (You do have to feel sorry for the older generation. I mean, all this “pay phones” and “telegrams” and “airmail.” How did they cope?) ~ Sophie Kinsella,
496:In a script, you have to link various episodes together, you have to generate suspense and you have to assemble things - through editing, for example. It's exactly the same in architecture. Architects also put together spatial episodes to make sequences. ~ Rem Koolhaas,
497:'Party Down' is the most fun I've ever had working in my life. We shoot 10-episode seasons and we shoot it in 10 weeks, so it's very brief: 4-day episode shoots. You never get sick of anybody, and it never feels like a drag. It's way, way, way too short. ~ Lizzy Caplan,
498:When you're writing a 25-minute episode that can be anything, sometimes you just start with a character, and you let them walk into the room. Then you let your instinct guide you. That's how we made art when we were 15 years old. And that's so fun to us. ~ Mark Duplass,
499:I don't like going out that much. I'm kind of an old lady. After it's 11, I'm like, 'Don't these kids ever get tired?' When I'm out, I think about my couch. Like, 'It would be awesome to be on it right now. I bet there's an episode of Dance Moms on." ~ Jennifer Lawrence,
500:If you take a look at the way the premium content is monetized, there's a lot of different models out there. Sometimes you pay for an individual episode, for example on iTunes. Other times you pay for a subscription. And other times it's free ad-supported. ~ Jason Kilar,

--- IN CHAPTERS (in Dictionaries, in Quotes, in Chapters)


   3 Philosophy
   3 Occultism
   1 Buddhism

   8 Sri Aurobindo
   5 The Mother
   4 Sri Ramakrishna
   3 Aleister Crowley
   2 Jorge Luis Borges
   2 Aldous Huxley

   7 The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna
   6 Poetics
   4 The Mothers Agenda
   4 Savitri
   3 The Synthesis Of Yoga
   3 Essays Divine And Human
   2 The Secret Doctrine
   2 The Red Book Liber Novus
   2 The Perennial Philosophy
   2 The Life Divine
   2 Talks With Sri Aurobindo
   2 Magick Without Tears
   2 Essays On The Gita
   2 Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin

01.02_-_The_Issue, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    Accepted blindly by the body and soul.
    An episode in an unremembered tale,
    Its beginning lost, its motive and plot concealed,

02.03_-_The_Glory_and_the_Fall_of_Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Inflicting consciousness on unconscious things,
  An episode in an eternal death,
  A myth of being that must for ever cease.

02.06_-_The_Kingdoms_and_Godheads_of_the_Greater_Life, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Where consciousness played with unconscious self
  And birth was an attempt or episode.
  A charm drew near that could not keep its spell,

06.02_-_The_Way_of_Fate_and_the_Problem_of_Pain, #Savitri, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  All is an episode in a meaningless tale.

1.00_-_Gospel, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  Gaddhar himself now organized a dramatic company with his young friends. The stage was set in the mango orchard. The themes were selected from the stories of the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. Gaddhar knew by heart almost all the roles, having heard them from professional actors. His favourite theme was the Vrindvan episode of Krishna's life, depicting those exquisite love-stories of Krishna and the milkmaids and the cowherd boys. Gaddhar would play the parts of Rdh or Krishna and would often lose himself in the character he was portraying. His natural feminine grace heightened the dramatic effect. The mango orchard would ring with the loud kirtan of the boys. Lost in song and merry-making, Gaddhar became indifferent to the routine of school.
  A beautiful expression of the Vaishnava worship of God through love is to be found in the Vrindvan episode of the Bhgavata. The gopis, or milkmaids, of Vrindvan regarded the six-year-old Krishna as their Beloved. They sought no personal gain or happiness from this love. They surrendered to Krishna their bodies, minds, and souls. Of all the gopis, Rdhika, or Rdh, because of her intense love for Him, was the closest to Krishna. She manifested Mah-bhva and was united with her Beloved. This union represents, through sensuous language, a supersensuous experience.

1.00_-_The_way_of_what_is_to_come, #The Red Book Liber Novus, #unset, #Mythology
    Obermensch (superman). For example, "What is great in man is that he is a a bridge and not a goal: what can be loved in man is that he is a going-across and a down-going. / I love those who do not know how to live except their lives be a down-going, for they are those who are going over" (tr. R. Hollingdale [Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1984], p. 44, tr. mod; words are as underlined in Jung's copy).
    9. Jung seems to be referring to episodes that occur later in the text: the healing of Izdubar (Liber
    Secundus, ch. 9), and the drinking of the bitter drink prepared by the solitary (Libel' Secundus, ch. 20).

1.02_-_Taras_Tantra, #Tara - The Feminine Divine, #Bokar Rinpoche, #Buddhism
  If one makes an exception for the brief and
  confidential episode of King Indrabhuti, only the
  teachings of the Smaller Vehicle were made available.

1.02_-_The_Divine_Teacher, #Essays On The Gita, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  HE PECULIARITY of the Gita among the great religious books of the world is that it does not stand apart as a work by itself, the fruit of the spiritual life of a creative personality like Christ, Mahomed or Buddha or of an epoch of pure spiritual searching like the Veda and Upanishads, but is given as an episode in an epic history of nations and their wars and men and their deeds and arises out of a critical moment in the soul of one of its leading personages face to face with the crowning action of his life, a work terrible, violent and sanguinary, at the point when he must either recoil from it altogether or carry it through to its inexorable completion. It matters little whether or no, as modern criticism supposes, the Gita is a later composition inserted into the mass of the Mahabharata by its author in order to invest its teaching with the authority and popularity of the great national epic. There seem to me to be strong grounds against this supposition for which, besides, the evidence, extrinsic or internal, is in the last degree scanty and insufficient. But even if it be sound, there remains the fact that the author has not only taken pains to interweave his work inextricably into the vast web of the larger poem, but is careful again and again to remind us of the situation from which the teaching has arisen; he returns to it prominently, not only at the end, but in the middle of his profoundest philosophical disquisitions. We must accept the insistence of the author and give its full importance to this recurrent preoccupation of the Teacher and the disciple.

1.02_-_The_Doctrine_of_the_Mystics, #Hymns to the Mystic Fire, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Such are some of the principal images of the Veda and a very brief and insufficient outline of the teaching of the Forefathers. So understood the Rig Veda ceases to be an obscure, confused and barbarous hymnal; it becomes the high-aspiring Song of Humanity; its chants are episodes of the lyrical epic of the soul in its immortal ascension.

1.03_-_PERSONALITY,_SANCTITY,_DIVINE_INCARNATION, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  In the West, the mystics went some way towards liberating Christianity from its unfortunate servitude to historic fact. (or, to be more accurate, to those various mixtures of contemporary record with subsequent inference and phantasy, which have, at different epochs, been accepted as historic fact). From the writings of Eckhart, Tauler and Ruysbroeck, of Boehme, William Law and the Quakers, it would be possible to extract a spiritualized and universalized Christianity, whose narratives should refer, not to history as it was, or as someone afterwards thought it ought to be, but to processes forever unfolded in the heart of man. But unfortunately the influence of the mystics was never powerful enough to bring about a radical Mahayanist revolution in the West. In spite of them, Christianity has remained a religion in which the pure Perennial Philosophy has been overlaid, now more, now less, by an idolatrous preoccupation with events and things in timeevents and things regarded not merely as useful means, but as ends, intrinsically sacred and indeed divine. Moreover such improvements on history as were made in the course of centuries were, most imprudently, treated as though they themselves were a part of historya procedure which put a powerful weapon into the hands of Protestant and, later, of Rationalist controversialists. How much wiser it would have been to admit the perfectly avowable fact that, when the sternness of Christ the Judge had been unduly emphasized, men and women felt the need of personifying the divine compassion in a new form, with the result that the figure of the Virgin, mediatrix to the mediator, came into increased prominence. And when, in course of time, the Queen of Heaven was felt to be too awe-inspiring, compassion was re-personified in the homely figure of St. Joseph, who thus became methator to the methatrix to the methator. In exactly the same way Buddhist worshippers felt that the historic Sakyamuni, with his insistence on recollectedness, discrimination and a total dying to self as the principal means of liberation, was too stern and too intellectual. The result was that the love and compassion which Sakyamuni had also inculcated came to be personified in Buddhas such as Amida and Maitreyadivine characters completely removed from history, inasmuch as their temporal career was situated somewhere in the distant past or distant future. Here it may be remarked that the vast numbers of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, of whom the Mahayanist theologians speak, are commensurate with the vastness of their cosmology. Time, for them, is beginningless, and the innumerable universes, every one of them supporting sentient beings of every possible variety, are born, evolve, decay and the, only to repeat the same cycleagain and again, until the final inconceivably remote consummation, when every sentient being in all the worlds shall have won to deliverance out of time into eternal Suchness or Buddhahood This cosmological background to Buddhism has affinities with the world picture of modern astronomyespecially with that version of it offered in the recently published theory of Dr. Weiszcker regarding the formation of planets. If the Weiszcker hypothesis is correct, the production of a planetary system would be a normal episode in the life of every star. There are forty thousand million stars in our own galactic system alone, and beyond our galaxy other galaxies, indefinitely. If, as we have no choice but to believe, spiritual laws governing consciousness are uniform throughout the whole planet-bearing and presumably life-supporting universe, then certainly there is plenty of room, and at the same time, no doubt, the most agonizing and desperate need, for those innumerable redemptive incarnations of Suchness, upon whose shining multitudes the Mahayanists love to dwell.

1.03_-_Self-Surrender_in_Works_-_The_Way_of_The_Gita, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  * *
  The greatest gospel of spiritual works ever yet given to the race, the most perfect system of Karmayoga known to man in the past, is to be found in the Bhagavad Gita. In that famous episode of the
  Mahabharata the great basic lines of Karmayoga are laid down for all time with an incomparable mastery and the infallible eye of an assured experience. It is true that the path alone, as the ancients saw it, is worked out fully: the perfect fulfilment, the highest secret1 is hinted rather than developed; it is kept back as an unexpressed part of a supreme mystery. There are obvious reasons for this reticence; for the fulfilment is in any case a matter for experience and no teaching can express it. It cannot be described in a way that can really be understood by a mind that has not the effulgent transmuting experience. And for the soul that has passed the shining portals and stands in the blaze of the inner light, all mental and verbal description is as poor as it is superfluous, inadequate and an impertinence. All divine consummations have perforce to be figured by us in the inapt and deceptive terms of a language which was made to fit the normal experience of mental man; so expressed, they can be rightly understood only by those who already know, and, knowing, are able to give these poor external terms a changed, inner and transfigured sense. As the Vedic Rishis insisted in the beginning, the words of the supreme wisdom are expressive only to those who are already of the wise. The Gita at its cryptic close may seem by its silence to stop short of that solution for which we are seeking; it pauses at the borders of the highest spiritual mind and does not cross them into the splendours of the supramental

1.03_-_The_Human_Disciple, #Essays On The Gita, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Arjuna, the disciple who receives his initiation on the battlefield, is a counterpart of this conception; he is the type of the struggling human soul who has not yet received the knowledge, but has grown fit to receive it by action in the world in a close companionship and an increasing nearness to the higher and divine Self in humanity. There is a method of explaining the
  Gita in which not only this episode but the whole Mahabharata is turned into an allegory of the inner life and has nothing to do with our outward human life and action, but only with the battles of the soul and the powers that strive within us for possession. That is a view which the general character and the

1.03_-_The_Tale_of_the_Alchemist_Who_Sold_His_Soul, #The Castle of Crossed Destinies, #Italo Calvino, #Fiction
  The Tale of the Alchemist Who Sold His Soul
  The emotion aroused by this story had not yet died away when another of our companions indicated that he wanted to tell his own. One episode, especially, in the knight's tale seemed to have attracted his attention, or, rather, it was one of the random pairings of cards in the second row: the Ace of Cups, placed beside The Popess. To suggest how he felt personally involved in that juxtaposition, he pushed up to the right of those two cards the figure of the King of Cups (which could have passed for a very youthful and-to tell the truth-exaggeratedly flattering portrait of him) and, on the left, continuing in a horizontal line, an Eight of Clubs.

1.03_-_To_Layman_Ishii, #Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin, #Hakuin Ekaku, #Zen
  Precious Mirror Cave (244). f Hakuin loosely paraphrases a statement in the Comprehensive Records of Yun-men (Yun-men kuang-lu). An early Chinese commentary on this apprises us of the fact that warm excrement produced during the summer months has an especially foul smell. g The Dragon Gate is a three-tiered waterfall cut through the mountains of Lung-men to open up a passage for the Yellow River. It was said that on the third day of the third month, when peach trees are in flower, carp that succeeded in scaling this waterfall turned into dragons. h Compendium of the Five Lamps, ch. 1. Also Case 41 in the Gateless Barrier. i Compendium of the Five Lamps, ch. 3. j Based on lines in a verse by Yuan-wu K'o-ch'in: "I venerate the Sixth Patriarch, an authentic old
  Buddha who manifested himself in the human world as a good teacher for eighty lifetimes in order to help others" (cited in Trei's Snake Legs for Kaien-fusetsu, 21v). k The head monk in Huang-po's assembly at this time is not identified in the standard accounts of this episode in Record of Lin-chi and Records of the Lamp. He is given as Chen Tsun-su (Mu-chou Taotsung, n.d.) in some other accounts. In none of the versions does he utter such words directly to Linchi. l A winged tiger would be even more formidable. m In the Record of Lin-chi account (also Blue Cliff Record, Case 11), the head monk in Huang-po's assembly tells Lin-chi to ask Huang-po about the essential meaning of the Buddha Dharma. He goes to
  Huang-po three times, each time receiving blows, and he decides to leave the temple. The head monk tells Huang-po, "That young fellow who's been coming to you [Lin-chi] is a real Dharma vessel. If he comes and tells you he's going to leave, please use your expedient means in dealing with him. I'm sure that if he can continue to bore his way through, he will become a great tree that will provide cool shade to all the world." Huang-po suggests to Lin-chi that he might visit Ta-yu. At Ta-yu's temple,

1.04_-_Descent_into_Future_Hell, #The Red Book Liber Novus, #unset, #Mythology
  85. Jung narrated this episode in his 1925 seminar, stressing different details. He commented: "When
  I came out of the fantasy; I realized that my mechanism had worked wonderfully well, but I was in great confusion as to the meaning of all those things I had seen. The light in the cave from the crystal was, I thought, like the stone of wisdom. The secret murder of the hero I could not understand at all. The beetle of course I knew to be an ancient sun symbol, and the setting sun, the luminous red disk, was archetypal. The serpents I thought might have been connected with

1.04_-_The_Origin_and_Development_of_Poetry., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  For the iambic is, of all measures, the most colloquial: we see it in the fact that conversational speech runs into iambic lines more frequently than into any other kind of verse; rarely into hexameters, and only when we drop the colloquial intonation. The additions to the number of 'episodes' or acts, and the other accessories of which tradition; tells, must be taken as already described; for to discuss them in detail would, doubtless, be a large undertaking.

1.04_-_The_Sacrifice_the_Triune_Path_and_the_Lord_of_the_Sacrifice, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  For it is behind the mystery of the presence of personality in an apparently impersonal universe - as in that of consciousness manifesting out of the Inconscient, life out of the inanimate, soul out of brute Matter - that is hidden the solution of the riddle of existence. Here again is another dynamic Duality more pervading than appears at first view and deeply necessary to the play of the slowly self-revealing Power. It is possible for the seeker in his spiritual experience, standing at one pole of the
  Duality, to follow Mind in seeing a fundamental Impersonality everywhere. The evolving soul in the material world begins from a vast impersonal Inconscience in which our inner sight yet perceives the presence of a veiled infinite Spirit; it proceeds with the emergence of a precarious consciousness and personality that even at their fullest have the look of an episode, but an episode that repeats itself in a constant series; it arises through experience

1.04_-_To_the_Priest_of_Rytan-ji, #Beating the Cloth Drum Letters of Zen Master Hakuin, #Hakuin Ekaku, #Zen
  It was a convention to address letters of this type to the attendant rather than to the head priest himself. Hakuin also mentions that this is the third time he has received a letter from the attendant, alluding to a famous episode from the Three Kingdoms period of Chinese history when the warlord
  Liu Pei paid three visits in person to the wise scholar Chu-ko Liang to solicit his aid in establishing his reign. The "three visits" became proverbial for the sincerity one should evince when seeking someone's help.
  It is made up of words, instructions, and episodes of eminent Chinese Zen priests.

1.06_-_The_Ascent_of_the_Sacrifice_2_The_Works_of_Love_-_The_Works_of_Life, #The Synthesis Of Yoga, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  But this can only be a period or an episode, a temporary necessity or a preparatory spiritual manoeuvre; it cannot be the rule of his Yoga or its principle.

1.06_-_The_Sign_of_the_Fishes, #Aion, #Carl Jung, #Psychology
  guised astrological myths. On the contrary, one gets the impres-
  sion that the fish episodes are entirely natural happenings and
  that there is nothing further to be looked for behind them.

1.07_-_TRUTH, #The Perennial Philosophy, #Aldous Huxley, #Philosophy
  In Wu Chng-ns extraordinary masterpiece (so admirably translated by Mr. Arthur Waley) there is an episode, at once comical and profound, in which Monkey (who, in the allegory, is the incarnation of human cleverness) gets to heaven and there causes so much trouble that at last Buddha has to be called in to deal with him. It ends in the following passage.

1.09_-_(Plot_continued.)_Dramatic_Unity., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  Of all plots and actions the epeisodic are the worst. I call a plot
  'epeisodic' in which the episodes or acts succeed one another without probable or necessary sequence. Bad poets compose such pieces by their own fault, good poets, to please the players; for, as they write show pieces for competition, they stretch the plot beyond its capacity, and are often forced to break the natural continuity.

1.09_-_SKIRMISHES_IN_A_WAY_WITH_THE_AGE, #Twilight of the Idols, #Friedrich Nietzsche, #Philosophy
  been--not alone for Germany, but also for the whole of Europe,--merely
  an episode, a beautiful "in vain"? But great men are misunderstood when
  they are regarded from the wretched standpoint of public utility. The

1.12_-_The_'quantitative_parts'_of_Tragedy_defined., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  [The parts of Tragedy which must be treated as elements of the whole have been already mentioned. We now come to the quantitative parts, and the separate parts into which Tragedy is divided, namely, Prologue,
  episode, Exode, Choric song; this last being divided into Parode and
  Stasimon. These are common to all plays: peculiar to some are the songs of actors from the stage and the Commoi.
  The Prologue is that entire part of a tragedy which precedes the Parode of the Chorus. The episode is that entire part of a tragedy which is between complete choric songs. The Exode is that entire part of a tragedy which has no choric song after it. Of the Choric part the Parode is the first undivided utterance of the Chorus: the Stasimon is a Choric ode without anapaests or trochaic tetrameters: the Commos is a joint lamentation of Chorus and actors. The parts of Tragedy which must be treated as elements of the whole have been already mentioned. The quantitative parts the separate parts into which it is divided--are here enumerated.]

1.17_-_Practical_rules_for_the_Tragic_Poet., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  As for the story, whether the poet takes it ready made or constructs it for himself, he should first sketch its general outline, and then fill in the episodes and amplify in detail. The general plan may be illustrated by the Iphigenia. A young girl is sacrificed; she disappears mysteriously from the eyes of those who sacrificed her; She is transported to another country, where the custom is to offer up all strangers to the goddess. To this ministry she is appointed. Some time later her own brother chances to arrive. The fact that the oracle for some reason ordered him to go there, is outside the general plan of the play. The purpose, again, of his coming is outside the action proper.
  However, he comes, he is seized, and, when on the point of being sacrificed, reveals who he is. The mode of recognition may be either that of Euripides or of Polyidus, in whose play he exclaims very naturally:--'So it was not my sister only, but I too, who was doomed to be sacrificed'; and by that remark he is saved.
  After this, the names being once given, it remains to fill in the episodes. We must see that they are relevant to the action. In the case of Orestes, for example, there is the madness which led to his capture, and his deliverance by means of the purificatory rite. In the drama, the episodes are short, but it is these that give extension to Epic poetry.
  Thus the story of the Odyssey can be stated briefly. A certain man is absent from home for many years; he is jealously watched by Poseidon, and left desolate. Meanwhile his home is in a wretched plight--suitors are wasting his substance and plotting against his son. At length, tempest-tost, he himself arrives; he makes certain persons acquainted with him; he attacks the suitors with his own hand, and is himself preserved while he destroys them. This is the essence of the plot; the rest is episode.

1.23_-_Epic_Poetry., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  As to that poetic imitation which is narrative in form and employs a single metre, the plot manifestly ought, as in a tragedy, to be constructed on dramatic principles. It should have for its subject a single action, whole and complete, with a beginning, a middle, and an end. It will thus resemble a living organism in all its unity, and produce the pleasure proper to it. It will differ in structure from historical compositions, which of necessity present not a single action, but a single period, and all that happened within that period to one person or to many, little connected together as the events may be. For as the sea-fight at Salamis and the battle with the Carthaginians in
  Sicily took place at the same time, but did not tend to any one result, so in the sequence of events, one thing sometimes follows another, and yet no single result is thereby produced. Such is the practice, we may say, of most poets. Here again, then, as has been already observed, the transcendent excellence of Homer is manifest. He never attempts to make the whole war of Troy the subject of his poem, though that war had a beginning and an end. It would have been too vast a theme, and not easily embraced in a single view. If, again, he had kept it within moderate limits, it must have been over-complicated by the variety of the incidents. As it is, he detaches a single portion, and admits as episodes many events from the general story of the war--such as the
  Catalogue of the ships and others--thus diversifying the poem. All other poets take a single hero, a single period, or an action single indeed, but with a multiplicity of parts. Thus did the author of the Cypria and of the Little Iliad. For this reason the Iliad and the Odyssey each furnish the subject of one tragedy, or, at most, of two; while the

1.24_-_(Epic_Poetry_continued.)_Further_points_of_agreement_with_Tragedy., #Poetics, #Aristotle, #Philosophy
  Epic poetry has, however, a great--a special--capacity for enlarging its dimensions, and we can see the reason. In Tragedy we cannot imitate several lines of actions carried on at one and the same time; we must confine ourselves to the action on the stage and the part taken by the players. But in Epic poetry, owing to the narrative form, many events simultaneously transacted can be presented; and these, if relevant to the subject, add mass and dignity to the poem. The Epic has here an advantage, and one that conduces to grandeur of effect, to diverting the mind of the hearer, and relieving the story with varying episodes. For sameness of incident soon produces satiety, and makes tragedies fail on the stage.

1.49_-_Thelemic_Morality, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  Wilkie Collins has an excellent episode in Armadale; his "girl-friend" or wife or somebody wants to poison him, and gives the stuff in brandy, not knowing that the mere smell of it is enough to make him violently sick. So he won't touch it. I'm not sure that I've got this quite right, but you see the idea.

1.51_-_How_to_Recognise_Masters,_Angels,_etc.,_and_how_they_Work, #Magick Without Tears, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  To dismiss this intricate concatenation of circumstances, culminating as they do in the showing forth of the exact sign which I had demanded, is simply to strain the theory of probabilities beyond the breaking point. Here then are two complicated episodes which do to prove that I am walking, not by faith but by sight, in my relations with the Secret Chiefs; and these are but two links in a very long chain. This account of my career will describe many others equally striking. I might, perhaps, deny my inmost instinct the right to testify were any one case of this kind in question; but when, year after year, the same sort of thing keeps on happening, and, when, furthermore, I find myself able to predict, as experience has taught me to do in the last three years, that they will happen, and even how the pieces will fit into the puzzle, I am justified in assuming a causal connection.

2.07_-_THE_MASTER_AND_VIJAY_GOSWAMI, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  The sight of Kedr awakened in the Master's mind the episode of Vrindvan in Sri Krishna's life. Intoxicated with divine love, the Master stood up and sang, addressing Kedr:

2.1.02_-_Nature_The_World-Manifestation, #Essays Divine And Human, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Manifestation is not an episode of the Eternal. It is his face and body of glory that is imperishable, it is the movement of his joy and power that needs not to sleep or rest as do finite things from their labour.

2.10_-_THE_MASTER_WITH_THE_BRAHMO_DEVOTEES_(II), #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  The Master paid a visit to the Hari-Bhakti-Pradayini-Sabha of Kansharipara, in Calcutta, on the anniversary day of that religious society. Kirtan and other forms of devotional music had been arranged for the occasion. The songs centred round the Vrindvan episode of Sri Krishna's life. The theme was Radha's pique because of Sri Krishna's having visited Chandravali, another of the gopis of Vrindvan. Radha's friends tried to console her and said to her: "Why are you piqued? It seems you are not thinking of Krishna's happiness, but only of your own." Radha said to them: "I am not angry at His going to Chandravali's grove. But why should He go there? She doesn't know how to take care of Him."
  While the Master was resting after his midday meal, Manohor Goswami, a singer of kirtan, arrived. He sang about the ecstatic love of Gauranga and the divine episode of Vrindvan. The Master was absorbed in a deep spiritual mood. He tore off his shirt and said, to the melody of the kirtan, assuming the attitude of Radha: "O Krishna, my Beloved! O friends, bring Krishna to me. Then you will be real friends. Or take me to Him, and I will be your slave for ever."
  The devotees burst into tears and loudly lamented this tragic episode of a royal life. And what was the Master doing? He was listening to the recital with rapt attention. Tear-drops appeared in his eyes and he wiped them away.
  Sri Ramakrishna asked the kathak to recite the episode of Uddhava, the friend and devotee of Krishna.

2.14_-_INSTRUCTION_TO_VAISHNAVS_AND_BRHMOS, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  Then the devotee becomes the sweetness, and God its enjoyer. The devotee becomes the lotus, and God the bee. It is the Godhead that has become these two in order to enjoy Its own Bliss. That is the significance of the episode of Radha and Krishna.

2.16_-_The_Integral_Knowledge_and_the_Aim_of_Life;_Four_Theories_of_Existence, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Only mankind as a whole can do this with entire effect, by the mass of individual and collective action, in the process of time, in the evolution of the race experience: but the individual man can help towards it in his own limits, can do all these things for himself to a certain extent in the brief space of life allotted to him; but, especially, his thought and action can be a contribution towards the present intellectual, moral and vital welfare and the future progress of the race. He is capable of a certain nobility of being; an acceptance of his inevitable and early individual annihilation does not preclude him from making a high use of the will and thought which have been developed in him or from directing them to great ends which shall or may be worked out by humanity. Even the temporary character of the collective being of humanity does not so very much matter, - except in the most materialist view of existence; for so long as the universal Becoming takes the form of human body and mind, the thought, the will it has developed in its human creature will work itself out and to follow that intelligently is the natural law and best rule of human life. Humanity and its welfare and progress during its persistence on earth provide the largest field and the natural limits for the terrestrial aim of our being; the superior persistence of the race and the greatness and importance of the collective life should determine the nature and scope of our ideals. But if the progress or welfare of humanity be excluded as not our business or as a delusion, the individual is there; to achieve his greatest possible perfection or make the most of his life in whatever way his nature demands will then be life's significance.
  The supraterrestrial view admits the reality of the material cosmos and it accepts the temporary duration of earth and human life as the first fact we have to start from; but it adds to it a perception of other worlds or planes of existence which have an eternal or at least a more permanent duration; it perceives behind the mortality of the bodily life of man the immortality of the soul within him. A belief in the immortality, the eternal persistence of the individual human spirit apart from the body is the keyword of this conception of life. That of itself necessitates its other belief in higher planes of existence than the material or terrestrial, since for a disembodied spirit there can be no abiding place in a world whose every operation depends upon some play of force, whether spiritual, mental, vital or material, in and with the forms of Matter. There arises from this view of things the idea that the true home of man is beyond and that the earth life is in some way or other only an episode of his immortality or a deviation from a celestial and spiritual into a material existence.
  But what then is the character, the origin and the end of this deviation? There is first the idea of certain religions, long persistent but now greatly shaken or discredited, that man is a being primarily created as a material living body upon earth into which a newly born divine soul is breathed or else with which it is associated by the fiat of an almighty Creator. A solitary episode, this life is his one opportunity from which he departs to a world of eternal bliss or to a world of eternal misery either according as the general or preponderant balance of his acts is good or evil or according as he accepts or rejects, knows or ignores a particular creed, mode of worship, divine mediator, or else according to the arbitrary predestining caprice of his Creator. But that is the supraterrestrial theory of life in its least rational form of questionable creed or dogma. Taking the idea of the creation of a soul by the physical birth as our starting-point, we may still suppose that by a natural law, common to all, the rest of its existence has to be pursued beyond in a supraterrestrial plane, when the soul has shaken off from it its original matrix of matter like a butterfly escaped from the chrysalis and disporting itself in the air on its light and coloured wings. Or we may suppose preferably a preterrestrial existence of the soul, a fall or descent into matter and a reascension into celestial being. If we admit the soul's pre-existence, there is no reason to exclude this last possibility as an occasional spiritual occurrence, - a being belonging to another plane of existence may, conceivably, assume for some purpose the human body and nature: but this is not likely to be the universal principle of earth-existence or a sufficient rationale for the creation of the material universe.
  It is also sometimes supposed that the solitary life on earth is a stage only and the development of the being nearer to its original glory occurs in a succession of worlds which are so many other stages of its growth, stadia of its journey. The material universe, or earth especially, will then be a sumptuously appointed field created by a divine power, wisdom or caprice for the enacting of this interlude. According to the view we choose to take of the matter, we shall see in it a place of ordeal, a field of development or a scene of spiritual fall and exile. There is too an Indian view which regards the world as a garden of the divine Lila, a play of the divine Being with the conditions of cosmic existence in this world of an inferior Nature; the soul of man takes part in the Lila through a protracted series of births, but it is destined to reascend at last into the proper plane of the Divine Being and there enjoy an eternal proximity and communion: this gives a certain rationale to the creative process and the spiritual adventure which is either absent or not clearly indicated in the other accounts of this kind of soul movement or soul cycle. Always there are three essential characteristics in all these varying statements of the common principle: - first, the belief in the individual immortality of the human spirit; secondly, as a necessary consequence, the idea of its sojourn on earth as a temporary passage or a departure from its highest eternal nature and of a heaven beyond as its proper habitation; thirdly, an emphasis on the development of the ethical and spiritual being as the means of ascension and therefore the one proper business of life in this world of Matter.

2.17_-_M._AT_DAKSHINEWAR, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  MASTER (to M.): "Some people give a metaphysical interpretation of the Vrindvan episode of Sri Krishna's life. What do you say about it?"
  "According to one school, the gopis of Vrindvan, like Yaoda, had believed in the formless God in their previous births; but they did not derive any satisfaction from this belief. That is why later on they enjoyed so much bliss in the company of Sri Krishna in the Vrindvan episode of His life. One day Krishna said to the gopis: 'Come along. I shall show you the Abode of the Eternal. Let us go to the Jamuna for a bath.' As they dived into the water of the river, they at once saw Goloka. Next they saw the Indivisible Light. Thereupon Yaoda exclaimed: 'O Krishna, we don't care for these things any more. We would like to see You in Your human form. I want to take You in my arms and feed You.'

2.17_-_The_Progress_to_Knowledge_-_God,_Man_and_Nature, #The Life Divine, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Intellectual knowledge and practical action are devices of Nature by which we are able to express so much of our being, consciousness, energy, power of enjoyment as we have been able to actualise in our apparent nature and by which we attempt to know more, express and actualise more, grow always more into the much that we have yet to actualise. But our intellect and mental knowledge and will of action are not our only means, not all the instruments of our consciousness and energy: our nature, the name which we give to the Force of being in us in its actual and potential play and power, is complex in its ordering of consciousness, complex in its instrumentation of force. Every discovered or discoverable term and circumstance of that complexity which we can get into working order, we need to actualise in the highest and finest values possible to us and to use in its widest and richest powers for the one object.
  That object is to become, to be conscious, to increase continually in our realised being and awareness of self and things, in our actualised force and joy of being, and to express that becoming dynamically in such an action on the world and ourselves that we and it shall grow more and always yet more towards the highest possible reach, largest possible breadth of universality and infinity. All man's age-long effort, his action, society, art, ethics, science, religion, all the manifold activities by which he expresses and increases his mental, vital, physical, spiritual existence, are episodes in the vast drama of this endeavour of Nature and have behind their limited apparent aims no other true sense or foundation. For the individual to arrive at the divine universality and supreme infinity, live in it, possess it, to be, know, feel and express that alone in all his being, consciousness, energy, delight of being is what the ancient seers of the Veda meant by the Knowledge; that was the Immortality which they set before man as his divine culmination.
  But by the nature of his mentality, by his inlook into himself and his outlook on the world, by his original limitation in both through sense and body to the relative, the obvious and the apparent, man is obliged to move step by step and at first obscurely and ignorantly in this immense evolutionary movement. It is not possible for him to envisage being at first in the completeness of its unity: it presents itself to him through diversity, and his search for knowledge is preoccupied with three principal categories which sum up for him all its diversity; himself, - man or individual soul, - God, and Nature. The first is that of which alone he is directly aware in his normal ignorant being; he sees himself, the individual, separate apparently in its existence, yet always inseparable from the rest of being, striving to be sufficient, yet always insufficient to itself, since never has it been known to come into existence or to exist or to culminate in its existence apart from the rest, without their aid and independently of universal being and universal nature.

2.2.01_-_The_Problem_of_Consciousness, #Essays Divine And Human, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Essays Divine and Human
   seems to have taken no part in the creation of the universe; it was not there in the beginning or even during the greater part of the history of the earth; it may not be there at its end. In the middle it plays a great role in the life of animal and man, but its action is crude and ill-developed in the animal, imperfect in the human creature. Its evolution wears the character of an episode in the long history of an inconscient world, a chapter that began some time ago, but one knows not why it intervened at all or how it will end or whether its appearance has any meaning, whether its developing importance has an accidental and meaningless or a purposeful and revelatory character. It may be a freak of creative
  Chance or it may be or may carry in itself the whole meaning of the world-drama.

2.20_-_2.29_-_RULES_FOR_HOUSEHOLDERS_AND_MONKS, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  The musicians were singing of the episodes in the life of Sri Krishna especially associated with His divine love for the gopis of Vrindvan. This was a theme which always appealed to the Master and would throw him into ecstatic moods.
  For centuries and centuries the lovers of God in 1ndia have been worshipping the Divine by recreating in themselves the yearning of the gopis for Krishna. Many of the folk-songs of India have as their theme this sweet episode of Krishna's life. Sri Chaitanya revived this phase of Hindu religious life by his spiritual practice and his divine visions. In his ecstatic music Chaitanya assumed the role of Radha and manifested the longing to be united with Krishna. For a long period Sri Ramakrishna also worshipped God as his beloved Krishna, looking on himself as one of the gopis or as God's handmaid.
  MASTER: "That is also true. But perhaps you wanted the worldly life. Krishna had been enshrined in Radha's heart; but Radha wanted to sport with Him in human form. Hence all the episodes of Vrindvan. Now you should pray to God that your worldly duties may be reduced. And you will achieve the goal if you renounce mentally."

2.2.02_-_Consciousness_and_the_Inconscient, #Essays Divine And Human, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  Immortality is the nature of our being, birth and death are a movement and incident of our immortality. Birth is an assumption of a body by the spirit, death is the casting off [of] the body; there is nothing original in this birth, nothing final in this death. Before birth we were; after death we shall be. Nor are our birth and death a single episode without continuous meaning or sequel; it is one episode out of many, scenes of our drama of existence with its denouement far away in time.

2.30_-_2.39_-_THE_MASTER_IN_VARIOUS_MOODS, #The Gospel of Sri Ramakrishna, #Sri Ramakrishna, #Hinduism
  M: "It reminds me of an episode in Krishna's life at Vrindvan. Krishna transformed Himself into the cowherd boys and the calves, whereupon the cows began to feel more strongly attracted to the cowherd boys, the gopis, and the calves."

3.02_-_The_Great_Secret, #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
    I aimed at uttering the mystery of things; I aimed at making the Sphinx speak out. What lies hidden, what lies sealed, what moves from its secrecy suns and stars and hearts, that I endeavoured to unveil and present in the broad light of day. The labour of things, mundane or supra-mundane, is a dumb and even confused pantomime; I offered speech and consciousness to them. Words appeared to me a most marvellous instrument, the instrument par excellence. It has just the consistency to embody and to express, neither so fluid as to be vague, nor so concrete as to be opaque. The word pertains to two worlds at once. It is of the material world and therefore can give a form of matter: and it is sufficiently immaterial to be in contact with subtle things, forces and vibrations, principles and ideas. It can materialise the immaterial, embody the disembodied; and above all, it can give the meaning of things, the precise sense enclosed in a form.
    In my lyrics I sought to uncover the yearnings of the heart, in man or in nature, what things cry for, what their tears are for. On a larger canvas, through legends and parables, I portrayed the various facets of life's moods and urges, its rare wisdoms and common foolishnesses, gave a pulsating accent and a meaningful concreteness to episodes that constitute history, the history of man's and nature's consciousness. The tragedies and comedies of life I cast in the dramatic form too, and it is not for me to say how pleased you were to see the ancient form serving magnificently the needs and demands of the modern temperament. I moulded in unforgettable individualities figures and characters of living forces. A wider and still more explicit instrument is the novel which is perhaps more agreeable to the scientific and enquiring spirit of the age. For it is both illustrative and explanatory. I have given you the life history of individuals and social aggregates and I have attempted to give you too something of the life history of humanity taken as a whole, the massive aggregate in its circling, coiling, mounting movements. But I knew and I felt that it is not mere extension, largeness - the wide commonalty - that is enough for the human spirit. It needs uplift. It needs the grand style. So I gave you my epic. It was indeed a whole life's labour. Well, many of you do not and did not understand, more were overawed, but all felt its magic vibration. Yes, it was my desperate attempt to tear open the veil.
    I have varied the theme and I have varied the manner. Like a consummate scientist I juggled with my words, I knew how to change their constitution and transmute them as it were, make them carry a new sense, a new tone, a new value. I could command something of the Ciceronian swell, something of the Miltonic amplitude, something of the Racinian suavity; I was not incapable of the simplicity of Wordsworth at his best, nor was even the Shakespearean magic quite unknown to me. The sublimity of Valmiki and the nobility of Vyasa were not peaks too high for me to compass.

3.05_-_The_Formula_of_I.A.O., #Liber ABA, #Aleister Crowley, #Occultism
  other in love under will; each such death is itself life, the means
  by which one realises oneself in a series of episodes.
  The second main point is the completion of the A babe Bacchus

3.1.02_-_Spiritual_Evolution_and_the_Supramental, #Letters On Yoga I, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  The condition of present-day civilisation, materialistic with an externalised intellect and life-endeavour, which you find so painful, is an episode, but one which was perhaps inevitable. For if the spiritualisation of mind, life and body is the thing to be achieved, the conscious presence of the Spirit even in the physical consciousness and material body, an age which puts Matter and the physical life in the forefront and devotes itself to the effort of the intellect to discover the truth of material existence, had perhaps to come. On one side, by materialising everything up to intellect itself it has created the extreme difficulty of which you speak for the spiritual seeker; but on the other hand it has given the life in Matter an importance which the spirituality of the past was inclined to deny to it. In a way it has made the spiritualisation of it a necessity for spiritual seeking and so aided the descent movement of the evolving spiritual Consciousness in the earth-nature. More than that we cannot claim for it; its conscious effect has been rather to stifle and almost extinguish the spiritual element in humanity; it is only by the divine use of the pressure of contraries and an intervention from above that there will be the greater spiritual outcome.

Agenda_Vol_12, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  strength and Ananda within, it would be harassing and disgusting work; but the eye of
  knowledge looks beyond and sees that it is only a protracted episode.

Agenda_Vol_2, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  that's not exactly yesterday! And ever since I began working with Sri Aurobindo, I have had the sense
  of this Power, it has never left me; so.... It is disconcerting to have this kind of episode come up after
  such a long time.
  detachment has begun, things drift away everywhere - everywhere, everywhere....
  So this episode with X is probably part of the same process. What has been affected is a certain
  confidence in the REALITY of the Power, the REALITY of spiritual action; there seems to be no

Agenda_Vol_3, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  Yes, among other things. I have been wounded by that episode. You don't know all the details, but it
  was ugly.
  No, I meant what conclusions for you, for your experience, can be drawn from this episode?
  Ah, me, my experience! Why, it's that someone can die without knowing he's dead! Someone can die

Agenda_Vol_4, #The Mothers Agenda, #The Mother, #Integral Yoga
  Just enough time for the letter to reach me.
  I remembered my episode... and began to understand that my body is everywhere!!
  You see, it's not a question of just these cells here: it's a question of cells in, well, quite a lot of

BOOK_II._--_PART_II._THE_ARCHAIC_SYMBOLISM_OF_THE_WORLD-RELIGIONS, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  cosmic powers. If the student would understand better the last statement, let him turn to the Anugita
  episode of the Mahabharata, chapter v., where the Brahmana tells his wife, "I have perceived by means
  of the Self the seat abiding in the Self -- (the seat) where dwells the Brahman free from the pairs of
  access to these.
  In the exoteric works, however, the episode of the Taraka war, and some esoteric commentaries, may
  offer a clue perhaps. In every Purana
  Moon, who, Paris-like, carries this new Helen of the Hindu sidereal Kingdom away from her husband,
  which causes a great strife and war in Swarga (Heaven). The episode brings on a battle between the
  gods and the Asuras: King Soma, finds allies in Usanas (Venus), the leader of the Danavas; and the
  Now, having the above in view, read the dialogue between the sages Narada and Davamata in the
  Anugita, the antiquity and importance of which MS. (an episode from the Mahabharata) one can learn
  in the "Sacred Books of the East," edited by Prof. Max Muller.** Narada is discussing upon the

BOOK_I._--_PART_I._COSMIC_EVOLUTION, #The Secret Doctrine, #H P Blavatsky, #Theosophy
  "One Veda, One Deity, One Caste." There is also a range in the Himalayas, described in the old books
  as being situated north of Mount Meru, called "Hamsa," and connected with episodes pertaining to the
  history of religious mysteries and initiations. As to the name of Kala-Hansa being the supposed vehicle

Book_of_Imaginary_Beings_(text), #unset, #Sri Aurobindo, #Integral Yoga
  instance, the strange transformation of Dr Jekyll into the
  diabolical Mr Hyde, and that episode of Olalla, in which the
  scion of an old Spanish family bites his sisters hand.

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