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1. Grey's Anatomy (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Beautiful Doom (2012)
Split between Meredith in Seattle and Cristina in Minnesota, this episode shows each surgeon tackling an incredibly challenging surgery. Meredith must juggle work and parental obligations while Cristina is caught between Dr. Thomas and Dr. Parker.
2. Mr. Robot (2015 TV Series)
Episode: eps1.2_d3bug.mkv (2015)
Ambitious executive Tyrell Wellick hoped for internal promotion as chief technical officer in Colby's place but is passed over for an outsider, takes out his frustration on a paid homeless nobody, then seduces gay hottie Anwar Raziz all the way and thus gets inside information. Zfer time in hospital due to his addiction, Elliot grudgingly attends a lame barbecue at grateful-suspicious boss Gideon's home, with lover's boy friend Ollie Parker, only to learn Mr. Robot found out the scandal he covered up to blackmail key men into sabotaging the system, notably Evil Corp, and joins his team after all, possibly also to revenge his father.
3. Friends (1994 TV Series)
Episode: The One in Massapequa (2002)
Everyone is preparing for the 35th Wedding Annyversary of Jack and Judy Geller. For this event, Monica wants to make the toast instead of Ross, and she's considering talking about the subject of Chi-chi, the family dog. Phoebe's date is an extremely enthusiast man, Parker who likes to make a big fuss about everything. He starts with Rachel, telling her about the "miracle of birth." In the party everyone starts to make jokes about Parker and his ridiculous comments about the freeway, the city and after he takes a "mental picture" of the moment. Phoebe hears their jokes and gets angry, arguing that she has never criticized them and that Parker's enthusiastically way of see life isn't all bad. But eventually she realizes that Parker indeed makes a big fuss of everything: the plates, the food, the oysters, the place. Joey tries to convince her that there's nothing wrong about Parker and encourage her to have a good time with him. Later, Monica's toast is a big mess, because she starts to talk about Chi-chi. Jack and Judy ask Ross to say some words, which are very touching as always, making Monica feels frustrated. At home, Phoebe tells Parker that he's like "Santa Claus with Prozac". They have a fight, but excited Parker finishes asking "Isn't this the greatest fight that you ever had?"
4. Criminal Minds (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Boxed In (2014)
On October 30, 2014, a frightened eleven year old Joshua Parker is found at a Halloween fair in San Diego. He went missing on Halloween day the previous year. His case mimics that of Tommy Wilcox, who went missing on Halloween 2012 in Los Angeles, only to be found on Venice Beach October 30, 2013, alive but he who eventually died of malnutrition a few hours later. Joshua, however, is expected to live. Both boys had atrophied muscles, and had splinters and puncture wounds, although Joshua seems to have been fed somewhat properly. Both boys were also considered troubled, Joshua who was never listed officially as missing since he was a chronic runaway. The problem for the BAU is that Tommy's captor, Rodney Tanner, who confessed to the crime, is currently incarcerated, meaning that he either had a partner, there is a copycat loose, or that his confession is a lie. They have to figure out this issue before another troubled early or pre-teen Caucasian boy is abducted in the next day. Reid comes to the conclusion that the boys were housed in a homemade wooden box, which accounts for all their physical issues. Discovering a case similar from the past of boys so confined, especially as it relates to Halloween, may provide clues as to the identity of the unsub.
5. Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)
Peter Parker is exploring the concept of becoming an Avenger. Tony Stark tries to help Peter, but he does not have total faith in Spider-Man to become a hero. And so Peter Parker, aka Spider-Man sets off to prove he is worthy to become an Avenger!
A young Peter Parker/Spider-Man begins to navigate his newfound identity as the web-slinging super hero Spider-Man. Thrilled by his experience with the Avengers, Peter returns home, where he lives with his Aunt May, under the watchful eye of his new mentor Tony Stark. Peter tries to fall back into his normal daily routine - distracted by thoughts of proving himself to be more than just your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man - but when the Vulture emerges as a new villain, everything that Peter holds most important will be threatened.
6. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Venom (2006)
Fin's son is arrested digging up a lot. It is discovered that the remains of a baby was buried on the lot. He calls Olivia and asks her not to let her father know but he finds out anyway. He gets a lawyer to make sure his son doesn't have to answer any questions. But his ex-wife tells him that he needs to convince their son to tell them the truth. And when he tells them, they sense he's not telling them everything. They eventually learn it might have something do with his cousin, Darius Parker.
7. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Transgender Bridge (2015)
When a transgender teen is taunted by high school kids, bullying escalates to tragedy. Fifteen-year-old Avery Parker (guest star qv##nm6758600##) walks home from school through Fort Tryon Park when she's surrounded by a group of rowdy boys. Taunts and jokes intensify to pushing and shoving, leaving Avery in the hospital and three assailants under arrest. When the DA's office decides to try one of the culprits, 15-year-old Darius McCrae (guest star qv##nm3293126##), as an adult, the SVU squad agonizes over whether the punishment fits the crime, and must deal with the pain of both families involved.
8. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999 TV Series)
Episode: Screwed (2007)
The trial of Darius Parker begins and his defense focuses on the conduct of the SVU. He exposes several secrets, like Stabler's intervening for his daughter when she was arrested, and Fin during his days as a narcotics cop. Olivia is in trouble for helping her brother.
9. NCIS (2003 TV Series)
Episode: Till Death Do Us Part (2012)
Gibbs and the gang continue to investigate Dearing, the thermite explosions, and the disappearance of the director; Vance regains consciousness inside a sarcophagus inside a family mausoleum with a message and beside the decomposing body of a Navy lieutenant; he calls Gibbs, who meets him. Ducky finds an object message, which Dr. Ryan interprets for the group; Gibbs meets Parker; Gibbs asks Samantha for more information, so that he can return a favor. Gibbs, Tony, and Ziva visit the home of a retired NCIS agent in time to see fireworks; Dearing seeks to instruct Gibbs, and he messes with Ryan, who produces a name, Cole, who's both a federal prisoner and a member of the Phantom Eight; Gibbs and Ryan spring the con and try to turn him. Cole goes to see Dearing, but the latter turns the meet his way; Gibbs realizes what's about to happen; Cole helps, but disaster strikes. Ducky receives a phone call, hears bad news, and encounters trouble. [To be continued next season.]
10. The Vampire Diaries (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Prayer for the Dying (2015)
The coven patriarch Joshua Parker arrives to celebrate Luke and Liv's birthday, the prescribed time for their confrontation and unequal merger. Tyler must hastily leave bed as Sir is early and turns to Damon. Kai is immobilized in slumber, but Damon decides to wake him up to try undoing Carlonie's disastrous desperate attempt to save her mother by vampire blood, as the test case proves uncured, unable to die and in growing agony. Luke refuses to eliminate his weaker sister and decides instead to challenge Kai to a duel, against the rules, which cocky Kai accepts intrigued. Elena's reluctance to date Damon on his pre-informed terms finally wears down.
11. The Vampire Diaries (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Welcome to Paradise (2014)
Tyler helps the girls, even enlisting Liv who admits a crush on him, to organize a swim-hole party. Stefano compels his rotten garage boss to give him leave to attend, hell-bent on revenge on Enzo for killing his Atlanta comfort lover. Caught in their past loop, skeptic Damon and eager Bonnie find things are being changed by a third person, who turns out to be knave Kai Parker, who seems to harbor a murderous grudge on Damon, yet claims once overpowered the verbena poisoning was only a ploy to rekindle Bonnie's witchcraft. Jeremy discover that the Mustic Falls magic ban even undoes compulsion. Matt's work mate Liam Davis, invited to come along to the party with boss Tripp Cooke's support, turns out a vampire hunter, from whom Enzo saves extreme ingrate Stefano.
12. The Vampire Diaries (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Rescue Me (2014)
More painful Travellers brain magic on Stefan's aching head reveals his last doppelganger, Atlanta paramedic Tom Avery, and his whereabouts with a local admirer, who actually kidnapped Tom four moths ago. Enzo goes with Caroline, determined to kill Tom to save Damon, while her morality opposes that. Damon against proves a masterly lover, even with reluctant Elena, but their abysmal performance as parental authority as Jeremy's PTA is the last drop, he dismisses their absurd dodging work wining as it's mostly to save their supernatural gang's butts, and moves in with Tyler and Matt. Liv and her twin brother Luke Parker proves themselves surprisingly powerful, smart witches, ruthlessly out to deal as fits them with Jeremy, Bonnie and mysterious chief warlock Marco's Travelers, who proceed to a ritual using the last doppelgangers' blood.
13. Prison Break (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Legend (2008)
Michael's group is sad with the death of Bellick, and they demand that Self sends his body to his mother. Michael asks for the missing pages from Self and Gretchen returns and tells that The Company is moving Scylla to a bunker in Pennsylvania. Michael tells that the map does not make sense, but he deciphers the message "CME David Baker" meaning "See me David Baker". Trishanne commits a serious mistake, mentioning the name of Frank Whistler to T-Bag while giving Gretchen's file to him. The smart criminal investigates and finds that the receptionist is actually a Federal Agent working for Self. Michael faints and Sara takes him to a neurologist in a hospital using fake identities and he is submitted to a tomography. Dr. Malden recognizes Michael but protects him. Mr. White calls T-Bag to have a meeting with clients to see his "magic". The transportation of Scylla is complicated and General Krantz asks his men to bring David Parker; however Mahone is trying to convincing him to give information about Scylla. Sucre tells Lincoln that Bellick saved him in Sona, and he calls Bellick's mother. While in the underground of The Company's headquarter, Sucre steps on a land mine and Lincoln calls Gretchen to help him. Meanwhile The Company arrives at David Parker's home and Mahone escapes; but David Parker's wife gives the code to understand the map. Lincoln calls Mahone and tells about Sucre and Mahone finds that there is a manual override and the mine is connected to an alarm system; he avoids that Gretchen disarms the mine and saves Sucre. Now Scylla is behind the wall protected by an electronic alarm barrier. However Dr. Malden calls Sara and says that Michael needs to be operated on the next day.
14. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood (2009)
A corpse found roasted in a neighborhood party barbecue pit is identified as missing dentist Kurt Bissette. He had not only upset neighbors with his windmill and by nearly poisoning the gay couple's dog but probably was a blackmailer. Trey Johnson, the owners society's handsome young gardener, isn't the only one enjoying residents' infidelity, which isn't the only possible secret or motive either. Meanwhile young Parker seems worried about Booth's lack of female company. Sweets figures out why Arastoo faked his accent.
15. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Twisted Bones in the Melted Truck (2010)
Booth and Brennan's next case leads them to a crime scene where a human carcass has literally melted into the dashboard of a charred truck. As the team investigates the case, they discover a gunshot wound in the victim, but learn that neither the fire nor the bullet was the cause of the victim's death. Additional clues lead them to a local high school where the victim's wife is a teacher. As a student-teacher relationship begins to surface and a pattern takes shape in the lab, the team is able to track down the murder weapon and solve the crime. Meanwhile, Sweets resists the temptation of allowing his feelings for Daisy to interfere with helping her pass a government psychological evaluation, and Hannah attempts to break the ice and warm up to Booth's son Parker.
16. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Strike in the Chord (2016)
When the lead singer of a college acapella group dies, the team must question members of the group and some female competitors; Aubrey's college experience is revealed while Booth tried to plan a trip with Parker; a new intern is brought to the lab.
The team investigates the death of the leader of the Lynwood University male acapella singing group, "The Whippersnaps," whose body was found in the school rat lab. The victim recently kicked out Ian Jansen, one of the group's best singers, sending Booth and Aubrey to question Ian and other current members of the male group and some stars of the competing female acapella group to get a handle on the group dynamics and what could have led to the murder of one of their own. Meanwhile, surprising information about Aubrey's own college experience is brought to light, Hodgins applies for an experimental nerve regeneration study, Booth tries to plan a summer trip with Parker and a new intern joins the Jeffersonian lab.
17. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Truth in the Lye (2006)
A man's body in a tub full of lye is hard to identify, except for its brittle bone disease and paternity. However it fits two sets of father and sibling cases: electrician Larry Turner has a daughter with teacher Lila Turner and Lawrence Seaver has a son, Ray, with Gayle Seaver. Apparently both mothers ignored his double life and bigamy. Meanwhile the team wonders about Booth's feelings for his own son Parker's mother, Rebecca Stinson, who rejected his marriage proposal. Chop sticks worn in a woman's hair point to a Chinese restaurant, where the wives met and discovered that "Larry/Lawrence" made a third woman, Chloe Daniels, pregnant, yet the trio claims Larry killed himself. Forensics shows he was shot in the head after dying on the construction site of bitterly dissatisfied customer Pete Valera, thus suspect #4.
18. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: Mother and Child in the Bay (2006)
In Delaware bay, the decomposed corpse is found of Carlie Richardson, who had been missing for a year, her husband Kyle was released from custody because there was no evidence/body to convict him at that time. She was brutally beaten up and pregnant, but finding a fresh water fish proves that the body was moved. Booth meanwhile worries if his ex Rebecca Stinson's new boyfriend, Drew, is a good influence on their 4 year-old son Parker. Bones still mistrusts her new department chief Dr. Camille Saroyan. Kyle Richardson has fled, hitting his present girlfriend Karen Tyler, according to her to save her the risks of coming with him, she is soon caught on several lies. The evidence proves Kyle couldn't have done it; the corpse drifted naturally all the way from a creek in New Jersey. The evidence holds more surprises, such as a second baby.
19. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Santa in the Slush (2007)
Elves find a rat-eaten Santa, skull smashed. The victim was the city's only permanent, obsessively devote Santa, Kris Kringle, who lived above a toy shop. Still, their was a criminal side to his generosity. Booth's mood is already miserable as Parker must spend this Christmas with his mother and her Coastguard friend. Prosecutor Christine's prank, in exchange for allowing a Brennan prison Christmas reunion, actually helps cheer everyone up.
20. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Man in the Cell (2007)
When Booth takes Bones to jail for the identification of a corpse badly damaged in a prison fire, she and Zach find it's a fireman's, made to resemble that of the cell's inmate, serial murderer Howard Epps (see episodes The Man on Death Row and The Blonde in the Game). Howard has escaped, calls the Jeffersonian and makes good on his threats, giving word pun-clues but keeping ahead and getting to various members of the team or their loved ones, such as leaving a victim's severed head in a fridge with a hidden explosive charge releasing a mysterious, potentially fatal poison during the autopsy or proving he can approach Booth's kid son Parker at the playground, the best way to terrify a devoted heroic father. Booth tries to put the pressure on Howard by arresting his disgusting fat, abusive mother Marianne Epps, with whom he has a mutually sick relationship, but the cruelly clever chain of dangers continues, right to the last surprise act...
21. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Hero in the Hold (2009)
Hodgins, Bones and author Thomas Vega are officially suspected of stealing FBI evidence concerning the Grave Digger, who once buried both team members alive. The team aborts Bones' award gala after the fiend sends a coded message: he has captured Booth and will asphyxiate him in a coffin within 24 hours unless the evidence is paid as ransom. Now Hodgins admits he has it, but convinces the others to try first 8 hours to identify the monster. Vega is found murdered in his car. Meanwhile Booth suffers a hallucination - he is with the ghost of corporal Edward 'Teddy' Parker, whom his best efforts couldn't save in combat. Teddy seems to help his efforts to escape from his 'coffin', an entire Navy ship loaded with explosives. The evidence is handed over, with disappointing result. Booths' brother Jared risks everything to enable more illegal moves even after once special agent Payton Perotta has them all taken from the case.
22. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Bone That Blew (2008)
Poachers in a pelican reserve find a recently burned skeleton which is soon identified as USMC Special Ops Calvin Warren, discharged three years ago. Bones isn't pleased that her father, ex-science teacher Max, is employed in the museum to show kids around, although he does a great job. She gets him fired after he helps Hodgins and Bray with forensic experiments. Cal had a painkiller problem and was employed as a 'nanny'-bodyguard for CEO Richard King's kids, Royce and Alexa, at the exclusive Woodbury school. Upper class families prove interesting suspects. Booth worries if he's giving his boy Parker all possible advantages.
23. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Warrior in the Wuss (2012)
Metal hardware deliverer Tony Cole was fatally stabbed in a puzzling way. Booth is more preoccupied with his son Parker, finally back from England, and how to fit him in the family with Bones and baby sister Christine, and Sweets is through with counseling under false pretenses. Hodgins uses the case to prove his expensive 'pet' equipment is all useful. Tony had a bitter company rival, Karl Singler, and picked a fight with his beloved boy Danny's karate sensei, Hunter Sherman, over a fight with sprout Blake Sherman.
24. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Man in the Fallout Shelter (2005)
Two days before Christmas Angela, who is dressed as an elf, wants everybody to join her for a Chistmas party. Bones seizes her only chance of escape when Booth gives her the kind of present he knows she likes. The present: a 50 year old corpse found in the atomic fallout shelter of a building where Congress lodges guests! When the bones are sawed open, a fungus causing life-threatening valley disease is unknowingly released. Hodgins takes his mask off to drink eggnog and everybody is subsequently quarantined indefinitely. They learns more about each other's personal backgrounds, notably that Booth has a 4 year old son, Parker, but no parental rights and Bones' parents disappeared on Chistmas Eve. Angela is determined to celebrate Christmas even though she's locked-up and exchanges hand-made gifts, with her relatives coming visit her behind glass. Meanwhile the corpse is fairly easily identified as a white-collar white man Lionel, who hoped to get married in Paris to his -illegal- girlfriend Ivy from the proceeds of his valuable coin collection, but was robbed and murdered by the buyer.
25. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Finger in the Nest (2008)
While Booth enjoys playing with his preteen son Parker, the boisterous boy accidentally finds a severed finger. Dr. Lance Sweets reassures Booth his boy is fine, not traumatized at all. The victim is a missing veterinarian, who is somehow connected to illegal dogfights, and to the death on Don Timmons's farm in the area where the dismembered corpse was found. Don's son Robbie was an apprentice at the vet's surgery and was tutored by Dr. Andrew Hopp, who vouches for the family, discrediting the vet.
26. Bones (2005 TV Series)
Episode: The Beginning in the End (2010)
A maggot-infested corpse falls through an apartment floor. It was the tenant, an extremely agoraphobic manic collector. Motives could stem from something he possessed, or from the trouble his never aired, dirty, dangerous and multiply pest-infested home spread around. But none of the sleuths can concentrate properly. Booth is pressed, even by son, Parker, to consider helping the Afghanistan war effort as a field instructor. Bones is jealous of assistant Daisy Wick who, through her recommendation, may go for a year, to a Moluccan paleontological dig. Sweets fears that means breaking up with Daisy, yet bravely helps Hodges face Angela's scary biker dad.
27. Smallville (2001 TV Series)
Episode: Redux (2002)
At Smallville High School, a swimmer mysteriously ages and dies after meeting his girlfriend Chrissy Parker. The new principal Reynolds arrives and comes into conflict with Clark Kent because he is a friend of Lex Luthor's. Clark asks Chloe and Pete to investigate Principal Reynolds' history, as well as Chrissy whom they suspect is a life-draining freak who needs three youths to stay eternally young every 12 years. Meanwhile, the Kents are having financial problems and Martha contacts her estranged father, whom she hasn't seen for twenty years, to borrow some money, much to Jonathan's disapproval. Lana Lang also finds an old picture of her mother with an apparent boyfriend. After not getting any help from Aunt Nelle, Lana then asks Lex to help her investigate.
28. Elementary (2012 TV Series)
Episode: Absconded (2015)
Holmes and Watson look into the death of a member of Holmes' online beekeeping community who was a researcher looking into a deadly Northeast honey bee outbreak. During the investigation, they meet Tara Parker, a brilliant entomologist, academic and the leader of New York's beekeeping society. Also, Captain Gregson enlists Watson's services in an off-book investigation that helps him make a life-changing decision.
29. Castle (2009 TV Series)
Episode: One Man's Treasure (2009)
Sam Parker's corpse is found in a garbage chute. However he's identified not only by his wife Helen, but also by a fiancée, who only knew him as 'bachelor' Jake Holland. Also under this second identity he got his present job, at a company which overtook by mans of innovation his first employer's. His brother-in-law found out and was due a big loan. Meanwhile Becket accepts to supervise Alexis's police internship.
30. Law & Order (1990 TV Series)
Episode: Kids (1994)
Detectives Briscoe and Logan investigate the shooting death of a 14 year-old, Angel Ramirez. The boy was a good student and wasn't involved in gangs or drugs. A licensed gun dealer, Juan Domingo, was standing next to Ramirez at the time of the shooting. He may have been involved in an incident to silence a witness against him in a previous case and the police suspect he may have been the intended target, perhaps by another witness who feared for for his life. A search of boys' school lockers turns up a stash of guns. It leads them to Kevin Parker who turns out to be the son of a former policeman, Ted Parker, someone Briscoe knows well. He hopes Briscoe will do him a favor but Kevin is charged and ADA Stone thinks he has a good case against the boy. Ted Parker isn't going to let his son go to jail however.
31. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Hanging Swords (2017)
When Darnley (Will Kemp) gets a surprise visitor, his marriage to Mary (Adelaide Kane) hangs in the balance. Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) learns her attempt to stop Mary backfired. Meanwhile, Catherine (Megan Follows) and Narcisse (Craig Parker) find King Charles (Spencer MacPherson) and must convince him to return to the castle.
32. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Playing with Fire (2017)
When Lord Darnley (Will Kemp) surprises Mary (Adelaide Kane) with a visit in Scotland, Mary sees a glimmer of a union that could be more than just political. Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) fights to gain allies in her favor and Catherine (Megan Follows) must work to get Claude (Rose Williams) back on track by finding her a new husband. Spencer MacPherson, Ben Geurens, Dan Jeannotte, Jonathan Goad, Celina Sinden and Craig Parker star.
33. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Love & Death (2017)
Mary (Adelaide Kane) must deal with the political repercussions of a potential marriage to Lord Darnley (Will Kemp) and King Charles (Spencer MacPherson) disappears, leaving Catherine (Megan Follows) to pick up the pieces. Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten) comes to Gideon's (Ben Geurens) aid, while Claude (Rose Williams) receives an interesting proposition. Craig Parker, Dan Jeannotte, Jonathan Goad and Celina Sinden star.
34. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Drawn and Quartered (2014)
In the aftermath of the plague, a powerful lord (Craig Parker) discovers that Mary was responsible for the death of his son and demands vengeance, testing the loyalties of Mary, Francis and Catherine. Francis returns to the castle with Lola and their newborn son, creating tension with Mary. Greer is torn by her loyalty to her fiancé, Lord Castleroy, who blames Leith for his daughter's demise. Meanwhile, Kenna urges Bash to be formally recognized in his new role.
35. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Strange Bedfellows (2016)
Mary (Adelaide Kane), in order to protect Elizabeth (Rachel Skarsten), unknowingly puts Gideon's (Ben Geurens) life in danger. To save him, Mary turns to another Englishman for help - Robert Dudley (Charlie Carrick). Meanwhile, Bash (Torrance Coombs) is determined to track down the men behind the threats to Catherine (Megan Follows). Anna Popplewell, Craig Parker, Rose Williams, Celina Sinden and Jonathan Keltz also star.
36. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: The End of Mourning (2015)
As Mary and Francis investigate who was behind the poisoning of King Henry (Alan Van Sprang), they unearth secrets of the past which force Mary to confront her feelings for Conde as she attempts to move forward. Catherine finds herself in the middle of a romantic triangle when the Duke of Guise (guest star Gil Darnell) returns, which forces Narcisse (Craig Parker) to commit a hideous act out of desperation. Meanwhile, Greer (Celina Sinden) finds herself in a situation she never fathomed in order to survive.
37. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Coronation (2014)
With France in a state of famine, as well as religious and political unrest, Mary looks for a way to feed the people, risking the wrath of a vengeful Lord Narcisse (Craig Parker). Francis is preoccupied by the harrowing suspicion that his dead father's spirit can possess the living and is haunting Francis as revenge for his murder. As Catherine makes excessive and lavish preparations for a coronation ceremony to give the impression of stability to the realm, Bash confronts the reality of a country plagued by fear, bankruptcy, and murder.
38. Reign (2013 TV Series)
Episode: Highland Games (2017)
In order to get Mary (Adelaide Kane) to agree to a marriage, Lord Darnley (Will Kemp) must demonstrate his loyalty when she voices her concerns about his true intentions. Catherine (Megan Follows) and Narcisse (Craig Parker) work to repair King Charles' (Spencer MacPherson) reputation after rumors spread about his strange behavior and threaten the throne.
39. Black-ish (2014 TV Series)
Episode: Liberal Arts (2017)
Dre tearfully drops Zoey off to college for her two-day orientation, and she hits it off with fellow incoming freshman Miriam after they ditch the campus tour. When Zoey finds out that Dre never turned in her housing application, she pays a visit to President Schock and Dean Parker to plead for mercy.
40. Weeds (2005 TV Series)
After her husband's unexpected death and subsequent financial woes, suburban mom Nancy Botwin (Parker) embraces a new profession: the neighborhood pot dealer. As it seems like everyone secretly wants what she's selling -- even city councilman Doug Wilson (Nealon) -- Nancy is faced with keeping her family life in check and her enterprise a secret from her neighbor/pseudo-friend/PTA president, Celia Hodes (Perkins).
41. Psych (2006 TV Series)
Episode: Dis-Lodged (2008)
Arthur Holmstrom, recently chair-promoted treasurer of the local, Freemason-style charitable Monarch Lodge, is knife-murdered in his club HQ office. Detective Lassiter, a member, and president Irving Parker, his soon-ex's father, ask Shawn and his unamused father Henry, a former member, to solve the case discretely. Gus enjoys approaching the exclusive membership, including many prospective medical clients, and thus contributes suspicious observations to a plot of black books and deadly ambition.
42. The Good Wife (2009 TV Series)
Episode: Death Row Tip (2011)
When death row prisoner Ricky Parker, scheduled for execution in just a few weeks, tells a documentary filmmaker of the location of a body, the police actually find two bodies and Lockhart Gardner finds itself defending a dead woman's fiancé charged with murder. With the clock ticking down to Parker's execution, the firm finds itself trying to obtain a stay of execution so they can interview him. Kalinda becomes chummy with ASA Dana Lodge who clearly wants information in return. Eli Gold meanwhile works with one of Mickey Gunn's new clients who has a rather embarrassing photo that could cause him election problems.
43. A Christmas Story (1983)
Adult Ralph Parker is remembering back to a Christmas season when he was nine years old living with his parents and his younger brother Randy in the northern Indiana town of Holman. Then largely known as Ralphie, he, like most kids, loved Christmas, his favorite time of the year. He often fantasized about things that he knows now would never happen, but that within a kid's mind is totally plausible. That Christmas was memorable for: his contest-obsessed father winning a prize for the first time in his life, that prize which would be the bane of Ralphie's mother's existence; his father's seemingly never-ending battle with the furnace in the house and the neighbor's pack of dogs; his mother's attempts to get Randy to eat, he at a stage when he never ate anything voluntarily; Ralphie's changing view toward the Little Orphan Annie radio program and commercial advertising; Ralphie and his friends Schwartz and Flick's changing battle with Scut Farkus and Grover Dill, their primary bullies; the triple dog dare Schwartz issued to Flick; and Ralphie's new relationship with Lifebuoy soap. But most memorable was what he wanted more than anything for Christmas: an official Red Ryder carbine action 200-shot range model air rifle, aka a BB gun. As it looked increasingly like he was not going to get this prized gift, Ralphie went about trying to manipulate and outwit those he thought would either be the decision makers or influencers of that gift, namely his parents, his teacher, Miss Shields, and the big guy at the North Pole, even if he was in the form of a less than empathetic department store version.
It's 1940, in the northern Indiana town of Hohman. 9-year-old Ralph "Ralphie" Parker wants only one thing for Christmas -- an official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot range model BB rifle with a compass in the stock. Between his younger brother Randy and having to handle school bully Scut Farkus, Ralphie doesn't know how he'll ever survive long enough to get the BB gun for Christmas. When Ralph asks his mother for a Red Ryder BB gun for Christmas, she says, "No, you'll shoot your eye out". When Mrs. Shields, Ralph's teacher at Harding Elementary School, assigns the class to write a theme about what they want for Christmas, Ralph sees a golden opportunity to express his desire to have a Red Ryder BB gun. Ralph gets a C+ on the theme, and Mrs. Shields has written "You'll shoot your eye out" on the theme. Ralph's next plan is to ask Santa Claus for a Red Ryder BB gun, and how does Santa respond? By saying "You'll shoot your eye out, kid." By this time, Ralph has had enough of that. When Scut Farkus and his sidekick Grover Dill start in on Ralph while he's on his way home from school that day, Ralph knocks Grover Dill to the ground, beats Scut's face bloody, and then pounds Scut's head on the snow-covered ground several times. Ralph thinks he'll never get the BB gun for Christmas now. And all of the other kids are going to be getting what they want for Christmas. But someone may have planned a surprise for Ralph.
It's Christmas time and there's only one thing on Ralphie Parker's Christmas list this year: a Red Ryder Carbine Action 200-Shot, Range Model Air Rifle, but many obstacles stand in the way of his dream because every adult that he confronts keeps telling him he'll shoot his eye out. Meanwhile The Old Man just got a major award (a lamp shaped like a woman's leg), and Mom is making sure The Old Man doesn't come near her turkey, Ralphie's friend gets his tongue stuck to a flag pole, and Ralphie utters the f-word in front of his father. Christmas is drawing nearer and Ralphie visits Santa at the department store in hopes of asking him for his dream gift. Will he receive it? Let's hope so.
44. Avatar (2009)
When his brother is killed in a robbery, paraplegic Marine Jake Sully decides to take his place in a mission on the distant world of Pandora. There he learns of greedy corporate figurehead Parker Selfridge's intentions of driving off the native humanoid "Na'vi" in order to mine for the precious material scattered throughout their rich woodland. In exchange for the spinal surgery that will fix his legs, Jake gathers intel for the cooperating military unit spearheaded by gung-ho Colonel Quaritch, while simultaneously attempting to infiltrate the Na'vi people with the use of an "avatar" identity. While Jake begins to bond with the native tribe and quickly falls in love with the beautiful alien Neytiri, the restless Colonel moves forward with his ruthless extermination tactics, forcing the soldier to take a stand - and fight back in an epic battle for the fate of Pandora.
45. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000 TV Series)
Episode: Killer Moves (2014)
Gifted former chess-player Greg soon realizes seemingly unrelated murders refer, by means and position, to chess pieces and moves. That applies also to previous murders in cities where Jenny Carroll's traveling chess demonstration tournament, presently in Vegas, came before. Greg's former mentor points out the serial killer has been repeating the moves of tournament star Karl Schrute against once national champion Troy Parker, who left public life after that very humiliating defeat. Ex-con chess-obsessed Troy-fan Lee Crosby not only has an alibi, the next murders and diverting moves require rethinking the plot.
46. CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000 TV Series)
Episode: Two and a Half Deaths (2008)
Tv series star Annabelle Fundt, a vicious diva, is murdered by smashed skull in her Vegas hotel, and shortly after her surgically enhanced lookalike-PA Natasha Steele in a sabotaged car in Hollywood. The team considers possible motives from studio politics, revenge or greed on the part of a lover, either co-star and heir Bud Parker or a scorned former flame.
47. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 TV Series)
Episode: The Harsh Light of Day (1999)
Willow is bitten by bimbo friend Harmony Kendall, who turned vampire at the end of season 3. Oz chases her and she threatens him with her boy-friend, who will beat them up- that's actually Spike, who has a secret new underground lair and troop to dig for a crypt. Now that Kathie is out of the way, Parker Abrams, who switched major from medicine to history, is ready to kiss Buffy, but the vampire alert (a 'bad puppy' is all they tell him) gets priority for a while. Harmony makes Spike bump into Buffy, he says it's too early and she blurts out they're after the Gem of Amara. According to Giles the gem is a legendary vampire grail-equivalent rendering the holder invulnerable. Anya is eager to have sex with Xander and strips for him - his objections last a mere minute. Buffy gets into Parker's bed, but no commitment either. The whole gang is summoned by Giles, who has discovered that the gem may indeed be in a crypt in the 'Valley of the Sun' i.e. Sunnydale; Spike already found it and has dumped the childish Harmony.
Buffy makes love with her new crush Parker Abrams. Spike has returned to Sunnydale with Buffy's former classmate Harmony Kendall, presently his girlfriend, trying to find a powerful stone in an underground chamber. Anya also returns wanting to have sex with Xander. On the next morning, the relationships are broken and Spike faces Buffy by day.
48. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 TV Series)
Episode: Living Conditions (1999)
From the start Buffy didn't get along with her fussy, girlish roommate Kathy Newman, who seems to have a different taste in all matters, but Kathy seems determined to follow her around. One evening Buffy shoves her out of the way to fight off one demon of a lurking type which Giles, to whom she turns in search of anything familiar, later determines as trans-dimensional. Even Parker Abrams, the nice, helpful older student Buffy met, who came for her to their dorm room while she patrolled, seems more interested in Kathy. The antagonism between the rivaling roomies grows to a 'demonic' dimension, while Buffy believes that Kathy's fingernails growing back daily must be a monster-characteristic. At last the gang decides to intervene, but an unexpected other interested party...
49. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 TV Series)
Episode: Fear Itself (1999)
In the Halloween night, Buffy is very depressed due to her non-corresponded feelings for Parker, and Willow, Oz and Xander convince her to go to a famous Halloween party in a fraternity with them to have some fun. Anya is also invited by Xander to join the group. However, while decorating the place previously, one of the hosts paints a magic symbol, the Mark of Gachnar, on the floor, and an accidentally spilled drop of Oz's blood awakens the Fear Demon Gachnar who is fed by fear, bringing panic and horror to life on the house.
50. Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997 TV Series)
Episode: Beer Bad (1999)
Gloomily gazing at Parker, who has moved to another one-night-conquest, still enamored Buffy misses out on another chance to approach charming teaching assistant Riley Finn in the college bar and accepts an invitation from some arrogant students. Those grossly embarrass the new barman, Xander, who finds the work and his boss harder then expected, while feeding Buffy gallons of pedantic crap and their adored 'panacea' beer Black Frost, which contains an inhibitions-blocking, addictive concoction, taken in such large quantities even turning them into ape-men, losing speech, wielding cudgels, setting fire to the college bar. Grumpy because her Oz has eyes for another band's female singer, Willow spits at 'never evolved, sex-obsessed' men to Parker, the cavemen knock them down. Giles loses her track after realizing Buffy's regression, but brave Xander kept up and saves the students from the fire; only her ex Parker is left to Buffy, who already felt like hitting him vindictively...
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