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Avon and Stringer meet for a late-night drink. Stringer apologizes for not dealing with Marlo Stanfield sooner. Avon is nostalgic about the shoplifting days of their youth, retelling a story of Stringer's failed heist of a badminton set. The story is illuminating to their current situation, as Stringer is driven to play what Avon calls "away games" and leave his gangster past behind. Avon asks Stringer to dream with him and Stringer tells him they don't need to dream because they own so much now, including real estate, that is legal. Stringer tells Avon that he can't drink too much since he is visiting the development site the following day. Avon asks what time Stringer plans to meet with the property developer (so that he can tell Mouzone where to find him). Stringer responds awkwardly, and the two men exchange more conversation before sharing an embrace. The implication is that each knows that he has been betrayed by the other.




[S3E11] Six Days (1)


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The series was first announced on the Inanimate Insanity Direct that was broadcasted on AnimationEpic's YouTube channel on April 1, 2021, the 10th Anniversary of Inanimate Insanity. The first episode was released two days later, on April 3, 2021.


On February 20, 2021, DC announced a sequel comic to the show in their 2021 line-up[29] which Patrick Schumacker confirmed on Twitter would loosely tie into the third season and likely come out before the season's release.[30] Two days later, Schumacker announced that they had officially started recording the voice-acting for season 3, with Diedrich Bader, Jim Rash and Christopher Meloni all returning to the booth to reprise their roles.[8]


By this time, Sam is extremely agitated. In the diner, Dean orders the Tuesday special again, and Sam tells Doris the waitress to clock some hours in at the archery range because she is a terrible shot (thus implying Dean died this way). He tells Dean angrily this is the hundredth Tuesday. He proves his point by repeating what Dean says at exactly the same time and talks about the other patrons in the diner, not to mention catching the hot sauce again. Again they see the dog, the old man looking for his keys (which Sam took earlier), and a woman bumping into them. Dean chases after the woman and finds that she has flyers of the man they're looking for. He asks Sam why in one hundred Tuesdays he didn't find out that she is the man's daughter. Sam chases after her to ask questions, while Dean goes to pet the dog. Growling and mauling ensue.


In the diner, the pancake man leaves, and Sam goes after him. He corners him in the alley and holds a wooden stake to his neck, telling him he finally figured out why he is repeating Tuesdays and watching Dean die everyday. Dean stands off to the side confused by what is happening. Sam says that they have killed one of his kind before, and the man turns into the Trickster and tells Sam they didn't before calling them "chuckleheads". The Trickster admits it's been fun killing Dean everyday, but that this time, the joke's on Sam, so he will finally get the point that he can't save his brother. Sam threatens to kill him, but the Trickster says the joke is off and takes them to Wednesday with a snap of his fingers.


When episode 11 of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend opened with Dr Akopian in her bedroom, I had this joyous flashback to the early days of the show, when Rebecca and Heather broke into her house through the doggie door. My hopes were raised that the whiny, misogynist slog toward the finale would be interrupted by a fun, creative episode like the ones I fell in love with. But, no. That was not the case.


By season 11, one particular reaper has had enough. Billie, who assumes leadership over the reapers once Death is out of the picture, tells Sam and Dean that their days of immortality are over. The next death they have will be their last. Per Dean's M.O., his next death is self-inflicted. During season 11, episode 17, "Red Meat," Dean intentionally overdoses so that he can talk to Billie, begging her to bring Sam back from an unexpected end. Dean Winchester's efforts are ultimately fruitless since Sam is still alive, but Billie still plans to reap Dean, she says. Despite Billie's determination to throw him into the Empty, Dean pulls off a narrow escape when he is resuscitated by a doctor.


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