Lost Girl Season 2,Episode 1 Something Wicked This Fae Comes
Lost Girl' follows supernatural seductress 'Bo' (Anna Silk), a 'Succubus' who feeds on the sexual energy of mortals. Growing up with human parents, Bo had no reason to believe she was anything other than the girl next door â?? until she drained her boyfriend to death in their first sexual encounter. Now she has hit the road alone and afraid. She discovers she is one of the 'Fae', creatures of legend and folklore, who pass as humans while feeding off them in secret, as they have for millennia. Relieved yet horrified to find out that she is not alone, Bo decides to take the middle path between the humans and the Fae while embarking on a personal mission to unlock the secrets of her origin and find her birth mother. (Easier said than done, as you might expect.)
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She thought she knew him. So she allowed herself to
get close. But, he isn't what she thought. He isn't
what she imagined, he isn't even human. He
is...Something Wicked. By Catherine Mulvany.
Funniest scene: Supernatural [1x18] Something Wicked
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GLENN BECK: “I am leaving the program but I'm not leaving Fox.”
He’s hated by the left -- loved by the far right. Glenn Beck - the Fox News host best known for his on-air conspiracy theories -- is “transitioning off” his controversial show.
GLENN BECK: “I don’t like conflict but sometimes you have to stand. I took the job because I thought I had something to share. I really thought that if I could prove my case that something wicked was coming, America would listen, and they have.”
Neither Fox nor Beck provided much in the way of specifics -- leaving unanswered lots of really, REALLY pressing questions.
“Why is he really leaving? Are the rumors true that other Fox talent was embarrassed by the antics? Was he really losing money for Fox? And what will he do now? ... What conservative commentator, personality, pundit, can it be Sarah Palin? Who can take over for him?” (CNN)
According to Nielsen -- the show averaged less than 2 million viewers.
A pretty sizable audience for any cable news show -- but it represents a drop from last year’s average ratings of 2.7 viewers.
So was it the ratings -- was it one conspiracy too many -- or was it -- like Beck says -- just that he never intended to stay forever?
Lots of explanations in the blogosphere. The LA Times says it’s all about the ratings...
“...there was little mistaking … Beck is being booted off the air. His sinking ratings certainly didn't help...”
Nope -- it’s the fact he lost advertisers -- about 400 of them -- says New York Daily News...
"Murdoch and Ailes didn't oust Beck when he ... likened Reform rabbis to proponents of radical Islam. No, it was only after the increasingly kooky conservative started losing money as big-name advertising dried up...”
Not to mention -- The New York Times’ Brian Stelter tells CNN -- he just didn’t fit in at the network.
“He was always his own man, unlike Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity, and he wasn't born by Fox and didn't depend on Fox. ... He called president Obama a racist. That caused an advertiser boycott, a lot of advertisers left his show. After that, people on the news side of Fox refused to go on the show or be associated with the show.”
Beck’s liberal critics are rejoicing.
DAVID BROCK, MEDIA MATTERS, MSNBC: “Glenn Beck was particularly dangerous, I think, and to have that presence mainstreamed was almost a unique problem in terms of the discourse. I think this is a victory for civil discourse. ... You've seen some paranoid ravings of almost a madman. ... I think at the end of the day, his reputation will be remembered as -- for what it is, that even Fox had to draw a line...”
At the end of the day, though, The Daily Beast’s Howard Kurtz says the move was mutually beneficial.
“Whatever the genesis … [this] is a case study in how even the most successful broadcast personalities can become too hot to handle.”
In an interview with the Associated Press - Fox News chief Roger Ailes denied ratings or advertisers had anything to do with Beck’s “transition off” his show. Beck will stay involved with the network through occasional content contributions.
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In a small town, two children - quiet and introverted Michael and somewhat rebellious Jess - enjoy the ever-shortening days of summer, rehearsing
for their upcoming violin performance. But as violinist Dr Seth approaches to town, the two friends quickly discover that there is something wicked about
this man, his violin and the music it produces. Doors to uncharted territories will open
Out of the darkness comes something wicked. Time to fear for your life!
On this very special episode of Anthony Saves the World, Anthony gets an unexpected visitor and attempts to flex his single emotion in response. The young traveler comes bearing grave news of what is to happen to Anthony in the coming days. In the words of a good writer, "Something wicked this way comes."