The Village (2019– )
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As the dust settles on last night's revelation, the residents of the Village find themselves trying to put together the pieces. Ron and Patricia welcome two surprise houseguests with ... See full summary »

Director:

Steven K. Tsuchida (as Steven Tsuchida)

Writers:

Mike Daniels (created by), Elizabeth Laime | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Moran Atias ... Ava Behzadi
Dominic Chianese ... Enzo Napolitano
Warren Christie ... Nick Porter
Frankie Faison ... Ron Davis
Jerod Haynes ... Ben Jones
Daren Kagasoff ... Gabe Napolitano
Michaela McManus ... Sarah Campbell
Lorraine Toussaint ... Patricia Davis
Grace Van Dien ... Katie Campbell
Katrina Lenk ... Claire Danville
Paul Ben-Victor ... Angelo Napolitano
Aimee Carrero ... Sofia Lopez
Mary Beth Peil ... Gwendolina Ferrari
Ben Ahlers ... Liam
Deborah Ayorinde ... Dana
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As the dust settles on last night's revelation, the residents of the Village find themselves trying to put together the pieces. Ron and Patricia welcome two surprise houseguests with familial problems, Enzo enlists Ben to help him find Gwendolina, leading Ben back to someone from his past, Gabe finally faces his father when Ava's case gets messy, and Katie and Sarah temporarily bury the hatchet when meeting with a wealthy couple interested in adoption. However, when one door closes, another opens, and yet another revelation about Nick sends things over the edge. Written by NBCUni press release

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Drama

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TV-14
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English

Release Date:

30 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Actual Japanese Sauces are Tonkatsu Sauce, Tare Sauce, Tsuyu Sauce.

The over 200,000 Legal Japanese Immigrants that were brought to Hawaii as Plantation Slaves created Teriyaki Sauce as lacking the ingredients for Japanese Sauces of Tonkatsu Sauce, Tare Sauce, Tsuyu Sauce of Mirin (cooking rice wine), Rice Vinegar, Rice Wine (see Warrior TV Series Season 1 Episode 5 about how scarce rice wine was). Instead of Japanese Cooking Rice Wine Mirin, Rice Wine, Rice Vinegar, American Wine, American Cooking Sherry, and American White Vinegar was used to create Teriyaki Sauce.

Throwing Americans of Japanese Ancestry created Teriyaki Sauce on anything does not make that "Japanese". See more »

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Too Painfully Real
1 May 2019 | by dncorpSee all my reviews

Civilians that never Served the U.S. Military have NO CLUE.

You can call that Brainwashing, Psychological Reprogramming, Conditioning, or whatever, is what U.S. Army Basic Combat Training is intended to do. As Psychologically and Physically removing the Civilian from Individuals to become "Soldiers", "Airmen", "Sailors", "Marines" that basically will sacrifice the Individual Self for the Greater Good. The U.S. Military Service Members then become their Family.

Once you Enlist, it is not like you can drop everything and come home during a 6 Year Enlistment. When you are in Combat your previous Civilian World, Life, becomes inconsequential, getting U.S. Military Leave (Vacation) to visit your previous Civilian Life is like deserting your U.S. Military Family. You become almost like a Knight Templar of TV Series Knightfall, leaving to visit your previous Civilian Life appears almost as being selfish.

Your Civilian Life becomes baggage left behind with the REMFs (Rear Echelon Mother F---ers).

This is why U.S. Military Service Members have such a difficult nearly impossible time of reintegrating into the Civilian World. I have seen this too many times, ever since being "Drafted" to the Vietnam War, reentering the U.S. Military as a Commissioned Officer.

This becomes very obvious when you hear "Thank You For Your Service", being said as almost like somebody wiping their nose after sneezing. While knowing that they would not piss on you if you were on fire.

There are also the Job Interviews, especially the common "How many people did you kill", my response is usually " Over fifty then I stopped counting......Is that what you are hiring me to do?"


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