Orange Episode 12 PORTABLE
In this episode of Orange, we see events from the perspective of the Kakeru from the other timeline, giving us some insight into his decision to end his own life. We then flash to the future to see the other members of the group meeting under the cherry blossoms like they had always planned to do with Kakeru.
Orange Episode 12
I think it was smart to have Bayley's back story explored throughout this episode. He's always been a good person, but adrift and never focused. He's the guy to fall victim to peer pressure and finds it difficult to stand up to authority.
Two lives were destroyed in this episode: Poussey's and Bayley's. The realization that he killed Poussey will probably destroy Bayley. I don't foresee someone like him ever being able to come to terms with it.
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As the final episode draws near, the mysteries of the past and future are slowly coming to light. After the recent disastrous shrine visit, Naho theorized that perhaps the reason Kakeru took his life was because of their argument. At the time, it seemed very likely. But now we finally discover the truth about Kakeru, and the inconsistencies in his personality finally click together.
Annoying Orange is an American comedy series created by former Minnesota film student and MTV production assistant Dane Boedigheimer on October 9, 2009. It stars its creator as an anthropomorphic orange who annoys other fruits, vegetables, and various other food and objects by using jokes and puns which are sometimes crude. As of March 29, 2023, 760 episodes of Annoying Orange have been released.
Pear and Midget Apple tell ghost stories for Halloween and the monsters in their stories come to life, including Frankenfruit, made up of all the fruits and vegetables Orange annoyed who got chopped up (including Grapefruit and Grandpa Lemon) and a cursed hot dog werewolf called the "Halloweenie."Grapefruit and Grandpa Lemon are revived in this episode.
Three witch doctor apples, Jack, Bill, and Andy, attempt to torture Orange with a voodoo doll, but instead, the apples get tortured by the doll, who becomes as annoying as Orange. There is also a rare sitcom version of this episode
Orange is the host of the game show Foodsplosion in which contestants answer a question and then get killed with a certain object; this eighth episode is finally launched after a hiatus of 2 years and 3 months.
Midget Apple does a kitchen exchange program exchanging Orange for another orange that does not talk. Meanwhile in the other kitchen, he tries to annoy an apple that does not talk and instead he takes role of the apple and foods that look like his friends appear and he pretends that they are his friends and so Orange is returned with his real friends - Inanimate Orange is praised for accepting things that Orange would do the opposite of, however, Orange's beliefs of the deaths of the inanimate versions his friends made him insane, but is reverted to normal after Inanimate Orange is killed.
The trio then jumped into the swimming pool with Beador not wearing pants. The next day, Kirschenheiter watched videos of the dinner party that Simpson sent to her. She video-called Simpson, who told Kirschenheiter that Beador asked the latter to put a pin on her ego. For context, Kirschenheiter thought that Beador was jealous of her and told Simpson about the same in previous episodes.
You can watch BEASTARS episode 12 via Netflix. Be sure to check out our features month on BEASTARS as well for exclusive interviews from series creator Paru Itagaki, the team from Studio Orange behind the anime, and more!
Cory and Mark discuss how meditation helps us sink into the soil of ourselves. They talk about sensory experiences versus consciousness. When we smell an orange, our senses send messages to the brain to tell us it is an orange. With consciousness, however, the message comes from within rather than outside of us. It can be hard to differentiate what is factual when we try to understand the messages from our consciousness since we still have subjectiveness, things that influence our thoughts, etc. Meditation can help us with this because we can observe our thoughts without becoming attached to them and making them our identity. In reference to meditation Alan used to say:
Like David Petrarca, Lev L. Spiro also worked on "Popular." He directed 4 episodes, along with 2 of "Dawson's Creek," 2 of "The O.C.," and the original pilot of "Summerland." There's better stuff than the aforementioned on his IMDB ("Orange is the New Black," "Arrested Development," "Weeds"), but I'm loving the director overlap amongst these early 2000s teen shows. I guess once you have one on your résumé, the world is your oyster.
Most batshit crazy outfit:If someone put a gun to my head and said, "choose," I don't think I could. Lorelai was all about monochrome ensembles in this episode and wow, did she make some shiteous choices. I can't be certain, but I would bet she got her style inspiration from "Sabrina the Teenage Witch":
Lorelai wears a cherry red (p)leather jacket with seaming and features you would expect to see on denim - buttons, flap over chest pockets, etc. Underneath, she has what looks like a cross between a mock turtleneck and a cowl neck top, with a green and red paisley print. It simultaneously reminds me of a picture from "I Spy" and knock-off Ralph Lauren bedding. She pairs this look with fire engine red dress pants that are slightly too large for her, an orange, gauzy scarf, and a ponytail with one of those tortoiseshell covers. She's also decided to carry a red, studded little bag that is even more impractical than her black, fuzzy date bag. ?? = is the perfect emoji description for most of Lorelai's outfits.
Stars Hollow weirdness:This episode is sans townies, but I do love that there's a line snaking outside the Black & White & Read Bookstore for Nathan Juran's "Attack of the 50 Foot Woman."
Best song of the episode:"Holding on to the Earth" by Sam Phillips plays in the background while Rory and Lane get ready for their dates. This song always makes me think of Victor Nuñez's "Ruby in Paradise," a forgotten Ashley Judd movie from 1993 that I highly recommend watching.
I do like that we see Luke almost ask Lorelai out on two occasions: when she's sitting at the counter during Sookie and Jackson's date, then again when Rory and Lorelai are in the diner for burgers. He chickens out, but it sets the stage for future romantic tension and potential, which is smart. When these two finally get together at the end of Season 4, the writers are clueless about how to keep the relationship interesting and we're subjected to stupid, contrived shit (see 5.13, "Wedding Bell Blues," and every episode with that little troll, April).
The binge-watchers of Orange Is the New Black heard those lyrics spin around their heads 12 times while watching season four, but by episode 13, the "You've Got Time" theme song held a wildly different meaning. The Netflix prison dramedy delivered its most shocking ending to date when it killed off a beloved character in the penultimate episode, titled "The Animals."
Fan favorite Poussey Washington (Samira Wiley) died during a prison-wide protest that turned fatal, capping off a season filled with injustice of too many kinds inside the walls of the deeply broken Litchfield prison. The provocative episode, and the finale that followed, saw the black inmate suffocating at the hands of one of the white guards and her death being subsequently covered up, spurring protests of Black Lives Matter and ultimately ending in a cliffhanger of a prison-wide riot. (See Wiley talk about it below.)
In the same episode in which one of the new guards under Piscatella's reign forces Blanca to stand on a cafeteria table until she urinates on herself, another takes Maritza up on a game she had been playing with Flaca. Illustrating the rampant C.O.-to-inmate abuse, Humphrey puts a gun to her head and makes her answer her own hypothetical question: Would you rather eat a live mouse, or swallow 10 dead flies? Scared for her life, Maritza swallows the mouse.
Gingka Hagane and his friends enter the Dark Nebula's Castle after completely destroying the front door. Shortly after, they come to a big, posh room. They start hearing a voice from the speakers integrated to the small camera that is installed near the ceiling. After a while, Gingka begins to recall that voice from somewhere and he instantly figures out that Merci is the one speaking remembering him to be behind the game show. The intelligent computer program mocks his previous naivety by saying "Tres bien!" again to fool him. Merci tells them that their road will be one full of obstacles because Doji does not really want them to step further into the building and discover more about Dark Nebula. They however begin running down the multiple long halls. Strangely, they seem to never move forward in their race, even if they are in fact running as fast as they can. Benkei Hanawa realizes that they are on a giant conveyor belt. Everybody tries to run faster in order to get off that trap, but eventually Madoka stumbles and hits Kenta Yumiya backwards; they both roll back to the beginning of the treadmill. Next, Benkei trips as well but, having only just told Kyoya Tategami that he was keeping up fine, he decides to grab the end of Kyoya's coat, so they both get dragged backwards. Only Gingka is left on the treadmill, and Merci decides to increase its speed; a Beyblade-shooter machine also appears at the end of the treadmill and launches several Beys at Gingka, who quickly fetches his Storm Pegasus 105RF and launcher from its case to hit the Beys away from him. Gingka tries to run faster and faster, but eventually Benkei helps him by launching his Dark Bull H145SD at the first end of the treadmill; the latter breaks from the excessive wear and a 'hill' rolls towards Gingka; it carries him on safe grounds and destroys the shooting machine. Kenta and the rest arrive at Gingka's side, asking him if he is all right. After being reassured, they decide to go further down the halls, but Merci blocks them by suddenly installing thick walls in their way. Eventually, they find a way; they come across an elevator and decide to take it. To Gingka's dismay though, it only goes up to the third level : Merci voluntarily stopped it there, which means Doji had been planning their adventure in the castle all along. They still decide to advance though, and, in another hall, they find themselves in front of a gigantic, black Beyblade. Merci blocks their way back with a wall again, so they have to fight it. Fortunately, Gingka remembers the trick he used during Merci's false TV show : he wants to make the Beyblade lose balance so it can knock itself out. His technique does not work though, therefore Kenta, Benkei and Kyoya join him in his struggle. All of their Beys get on one side of the opponent and, together, they succeed in defeating it right before it was able to approach them too much. In its failing balance, the black Beyblade broke through part of the wall on the left. Intrigued, they all enter the new room. Upon realizing what it is, Kyoya explains that he used to train there for the special program he was following to get stronger and beat Gingka. At first sight, it only seems to contain a Beyblade stadium incrusted in the floor, however Madoka spots a computer, she runs to it excitedly and tries to hack into Merci. Her operation appears to be working and Merci loses coherency fast and its files turn from green to blue, signaling they have become 'good', but it quickly regains some control, and both begin fighting for it : Madoka has to turn all the files, red and green, to blue. Meanwhile, Benkei and Kenta stayed behind to fight some trainees that had suddenly appeared with Beyblades to stop them. It seems as if they are all fighting very hard, but in two different dimensions and ways. The two Bladers had almost forced Gingka and Kyoya to get away and leave them behind, but they finally listened to them. On their way, Kyoya and Gingka encounter two Bladers named Dan Sodo and Reiki Sodo which are almost identical. The newcomers shoot their Blades to challenge the other two: they instantly surpass Storm Pegasus 105RF and Rock Leone 145WB because of their intense teamwork (for instance, one Beyblade gets on top of the other and, as the other comes into contact with the opponent, the top one bounces on the opposing blade, hitting it from above; also, another of their tactics is that one blade hits the opponent and the other one, which had been 'hiding' behind it, jumps in the air to strike the other spinning top). Seeing that they would have to work a lot to beat the twins, Kyoya tells Gingka to move forward; he will stay there to deal with them. After some time, Kyoya finally uses his wind to defeat them after learning that their beys are nothing special. Gingka reaches Doji's dining room meanwhile, where Doji is waiting for him seated at the end of the long table, with a cup of orange juice. 041b061a72