British actress Naomie Harris has been nominated for an Oscar for her role as a crack-addicted mother in the 2016 indie drama Moonlight. "No Small Parts" takes a look at some other roles she's played in her career.
"Wadda badda!" "Wadda badda?" "It's all I got." "Oh."
Aw it's wedded bliss in Mainframe...gag! This second-to-last ever episode has a bit of a mediocre start but a mighty fine finish. I think it speaks volumes for how strong the basic enjoyability of the show really was, just how fun these characters are to watch even when they're doing something as mundane as preparing for a silly wedding! Nobody ever liked Cecil the lame stereo-typically French cranky waiter TV thingy, he was always the stupidest minor character and he features the most he ever does in this episode when Dot and 'Bob' hire him to plan their wedding, and to his credit he does a great job of transforming a huge empty hall of the Principal Office into an elegantly decorated wedding hall. Pity it just becomes a battleground! There's some fun scenes as it builds up to the ending, I love when the guys give new Bob a stag night, which turns out to just be something like a little kid's birthday party, and when little Enzo and new Bob ask Matrix if he'd like more jelly and he replies in a comically intense way "No...!" Also, stripping binomes, must wash eyes!! The purpose of the mysterious viral icon that Hexadecimal gave to little Enzo before she left is apparently revealed as the blue null Nibbles, all that remains of Dot's father Welman Matrix, leaps into Enzo's hand and the icon reacts and sends an energy pulse down his arm and into the null which causes it to regain its consciousness and it can speak again. Then we are soon treated to the bizarre spectacle of a null in a giant robotic suit giving Dot away at her wedding! Meanwhile the Guardian collective tries to fix Bob's crystallised state but he ends up bringing himself out of limbo as it shows what's happening inside his mind in an awesome scene where, as he ponders and begins to wonder if he's even the real Bob himself, he's faced with a very Monolith-like giant glitch device and kind of absorbs dozens of glitch devices that come out of it, and is restored, and as he awakens the devices return to their chosen guardians. In classic style Bob arrives at the ceremony right at the "Speak now of forever hold your peace" part and pleads his case to Dot one last time, after she firmly tells him who she's chosen and his glitch device separates from him and appears to join with the younger Bob it seems for a moment that he really is the copy and he dejectedly starts to walk away...however it soon becomes apparent that the device was merely taking some of the phoney Bob's code and uploads it to GlitchBob, which fully restores his original form, while the other Bob painfully writhes and distorts until he morphs and is finally revealed to be...Megabyte returned!!! And he is hideously mutated by his exposure to the wild web and is even more dangerous and powerful than before and possessing new chameleon-like powers of imitation. He seems disappointed that his elaborate charade is at an end and states that it was all just for his personal amusement as he and the guardian engage in a spectacular battle while Dot stands around in shock - serves her right for being so loveblind and turning her back on the one that had been there for her all along! After incapacitating Bob Megabyte advances on Dot and gives her a gruesome smooch before disguising himself as a binome and disappearing into the panicked crowd. Now this really feels like the more gritty dangerous Reboot again as the show's true villain returns and this episode does a great job of picking up the pace and changing the tone from something frivolous to dramatic in the span of one story. Next stop, last stop!
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