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This is a list of episodes from the anime Baby Steps. The Baby Steps anime series began airing on April 6, 2014.[1][2] It was simulcast with English, Spanish, and Portuguese subtitles by Crunchyroll through NHK Enterprise.[3] The series lasted a total of 25 episodes from April 6, 2014, to September 21, 2014. A second season was announced for Spring 2015.[4] Like season 1, season 2 was simulcast by Crunchyroll.[5]




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Gibbs isn't terribly forthcoming about his past, but this season five episode spills all kinds of details when he steps up to help a childhood friend of his daughter, Kelly (Brenna Radding) who was murdered along with his wife, Shannon (Darby Stanchfield). Not only do we learn more about Gibbs' personal tragedy, but the episode features some a genuinely thrilling underwater rescue courtesy of a heroic DiNozzo.


Kate's death looms large over this episode, which finds the team undergoing mandatory psychological evaluations. Yes, it's a clip show, but it features never-aired season 2 footage between Kate and Tony and concludes with the reveal that the psychologist conducing the interviews is Kate's sister, hoping to find closure for Kate's death.


Director Vance, whose secret past as a boxer named Tyler Owens was introduced in season 6's "Knockout," is left a widower four seasons later when a shootout kills his wife (Paula Newsome). Also lost in the gunfire is Ziva's father, Eli (Michael Nouri), the director of Mossad. The episode sets up storylines that unravel over the rest of the season as Vance comes to terms with the upheaval in his once-stable home life and Ziva seeks revenge for Eli's death.


While the season 18 Ducky-centric episode "Everything Starts Somewhere" is notable for the first meeting of young Ducky (Adam Campbell) and young Gibbs (Harmon's son Sean), "Spinning Wheel" puts viewers through the emotional wringer as we learn about Ducky's childhood and the loss of his half-brother.


"Great Wide Open" marks the end of an era for NCIS with the departure of Leroy Jethro Gibbs. The big farewell episode finds Gibbs untangling a complicated case that takes him to Alaska. Fittingly, his final shared scene is with McGee, the character he'd spent the most onscreen time with by season 19. Despite fan fears, the show found new creative legs post-Gibbs, but Harmon still casts a long shadow.


Ponyville Confidential is the twenty-third episode of the second season of My Little Pony Friendship is Magic and the forty-ninth episode overall. After some other very hard attempts to get their cutie marks fail, the Cutie Mark Crusaders start a gossip column under the name Gabby Gums, but they find it not worth the embarrassment and misery that they cause to other ponies with their stories.


That's the score that played during both Rick and Michonne's final episodes, season nine, episode five and season 10, episode 13, respectively. In Rick's final episode, you can hear the music start up as Rick is bleeding out, and believes all hope is lost, and then Daryl and the group come to his aid. Rick winds up blowing up a bridge filled with walkers to save them all.


On season two, Carl insists that he goes with Rick as he searches for Sophia, leading to him getting accidentally shot in the woods. On Sunday's episode, Judith tells Daryl she's going with the gang back to the Commonwealth to fight for the better world her brother wanted them to build.


For the second time this season, we hear her deliver an order when the community starts to question her rule over the Commonwealth. On Sunday's episode, we hear "B17." On season 11, episode 17, Pamela previously demanded order "B14" when the Miltons were being accused of murdering missing people at the Commonwealth. B14 resulted in a lockdown to get everyone off the streets when the threat of the undead lurked nearby.


Pamela previously told Daryl on season 11, episode 12 she originally didn't have an interest in politics, mentioning that Alexandria's former leader, Deanna, was a born leader. Milton was only made leader during the apocalypse because of her name (her father was a former US president), but she wasn't the best equipped for the role. She lacks the empathy and connection with her people that made Deanna revered.


Unbeknownst to Tyler, Connie and Kelly had been trying to find him and other missing people at the Commonwealth throughout the show's final season. Tyler was a part of a growing number of people who were attempting to rally against corruption in the Commonwealth, unsuccessfully. He was sent to a secret labor camp after he lashed out and held Max hostage at the community's private ball for the wealthy on season 11, episode 10.


Dianne later left the Kingdom, pledging her loyalty to Maggie and the Hilltop. On season 11, episode 12, Dianne told Maggie she decided to live out the rest of her days at the Commonwealth. It looks like Dianne, like others, became privy to the community's corruption and decided to rejoin Ezekiel and Maggie to overthrow Pamela.


Fans wondered who Sebastian may kill with Rick off the show. When Sebastian was unexpectedly killed on season 11, episode 18, it seemed like no one was going to get Rick's comic death. Pamela's horrific actions may have just changed that after she shot Rick's daughter on Sunday's episode.


On Sunday's episode, Daryl hustles through the streets of the Commonwealth with Judith in his arms as he attempts to get her to Ezekiel's clinic. On seasons two and six, Rick has also run with his son, Carl, after he was shot in order to save his life.


After all, it shouldn't come as a surprise when episodes of the show about the worst aspects of humanity resemble mini-horror films. Despite the BAU team's best efforts to save the day, some of the episodes have left viewers restless after watching.


Because of the narcissism displayed in Mason Turner (Garret Dillahunt), the brain behind this horrifying "experiment," and the way his autistic, mentally handicapped brother Lucas (Paul Rae) handled his brother's "laboratory waste", viewers can be kept awake for days after watching this episode. Moreover, the details reveal that pigs are omnivores which means that there were no bodies left to be found is also evocative.


"Live Together, Die Alone" is the twenty-third episode and 2-hour season finale of Season 2 of Lost, and comprises the 48th and 49th produced hours of the series as a whole. Events come to a head as Michael leads his friends across the Island to confront the Others. Meanwhile, Desmond returns to the Island on a sailboat, and he and Locke make a decision to see what happens if the countdown in the Swan goes beyond zero. This episode was also Desmond's first flashback episode.


The Season 2 soundtrack includes six cues from this episode. "Toxic Avenger" plays as Desmond crashes on to the island. "I Crashed Your Plane, Brotha" plays when Desmond discovers his role in Oceanic 815's crash. "Eko Blaster" introduces the new bomb motif, and "The Hunt" introduces an action theme that plays in this and the following three season finales. 041b061a72


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