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[S1E17] Episode

Our 17th episode of The Nosleep Podcast presents tales of tormented tenants and frightened families. Featuring horror stories from the horror writing community, these stories will keep you awake as the darkness of the night surrounds you.

[S1E17] Episode

This week, the randomizer goes all the way back to 1981 to pick,for the second time in the history of this podcast, an episode ofan early-80s Spider-Man animated series in which a villain kidnapsa superhero and Spidey has to chase that villain all the way toEurope to rescue the superhero from a creepy old castle. Somethingsomething Doofenshmirtz, something something two nickels. Join TonyGoldmark, Kyle A. Carrozza, Luke Ski and a Surprise Special Guestas they look out, for here comes the SPIDER-MAN AND HIS AMAZINGFRIENDS, season one, episode seventeen, "The Bride of Dracula!"NOTE: For those who like to watch each episode topic beforelistening, if you watch Disney+ on a computer, it might list "TheBride of Dracula" as episode 18, not 17. We were all in the sameroom watching on a TV when we were recording, and the TV said itwas episode 17, so that's what we went with. "The Bride of Dracula"is the only TV episode we cover in this podcast episode, regardlessof which number it is for you.Check out my guests' stuff!KYLE A. CARROZZAWebsite: Podcast: Bandcamp: LUKE SKIPortfolio: TikTok: @the_great_luke_skiTwitter: SURPRISE SPECIAL GUESTTwitter: And check out this show on social media!Twitter: Host's Twitter: Facebook Group: YouTube: Hear new episodes early by supporting this show on Patreon:

  • Artifact of Doom: Nicholas's ring has been blessed to grant him immunity from the Power of Three.

  • Batman Gambit: Nicholas made annual visits to the manor, deliberately dropping potted flowers in the presence of the sisters while the clock in the other room chimed. Every time was a test to see if the girls had gotten their powers back. Piper freezing the drop in The Teaser and the chimes playing out in full during the interim let Nicholas know his chance to claim their powers has finally arrived.

  • But I Can't Be Pregnant!: Patty thinks she can't have any other children after Piper (for some reason). She then learns that she's pregnant with Phoebe. Later still she'll get pregnant again with Paige.

  • Call-Forward: Young!Piper freezing Andy while playing prompts the sisters to joke about how suspicious he is of them in the present.

  • Continuity Snarl: This episode shows Victor left Patty shortly after Phoebe was conceived, yet the video at the end of "Thank You for Not Morphing" showed he celebrated at least one Christmas with Patty and all three girls. Future episodes would suggest he kept coming back for a while, until discovering Patty's affair with her whitelighter Sam, and was still in his daughters' lives until after Piper turned five.

  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: Nicholas's disguise is that of a doddery old man.

  • Deliberate Values Dissonance: Phoebe finds out that Patty smoked, because it was common in the 70s, and tries to reassure her not to.

  • Evil Costume Switch: Nicholas switches his disguise of a harmless old man to his youthful self, wearing a suit, once he reveals himself as a warlock.

  • Exact Words: Patty and Grams say the spell to move the sisters through time and space. It technically works, but it only moves them ahead of a matter of seconds because Patty and Grams lack the necessary power. This is why they have to use the younger versions of the sisters.

  • Explain, Explain... Oh, Crap!: When the sisters say they just got their powers back and without the pact being broken, Grams says she'd never let that happen unless she died and then realizes that's what happened.

  • Foreshadowing: Patty getting premonitions from unborn Phoebe foreshadows that pregnant witches will briefly have the powers of their unborn children.

  • The girls mention Penny had a heart condition. We learn in a later episode that she died of a heart attack.

  • Girlish Pigtails: Young Piper wears her hair this way. Prue wears them at the end of the episode.

  • Have We Met Yet?: From the perspective of the time traveller. Phoebe gets to meet Patty and talk with her.

  • Hypocritical Humor: After learning Phoebe's name, Grams snarks about yet another member of the family having a "P" name even though her own name starts with the same letter and she gave her daughter a "P" name.

  • Kid from the Future: In this case, it's the sisters themselves who are the kids from the future.

  • Lampshade Hanging: Upon meeting Phoebe, Grams snarks, "Another P. What a surprise."

  • Landline Eavesdropping: When the sisters arrive in the past they see Grams talking to their mother on the phone in the hallway. Piper picks up the handset on the upstairs phone so they can hear what Patty is saying.

  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: While Penny is badgering the girls with questions to prove they're really her granddaughters, she slips in a question about IBM stock. Patty quickly berates her for it.

  • Loophole Abuse: In the past, they're able to use the Power of Three with the younger versions of Prue and Piper. Patty fills in the third slot since she's pregnant with Phoebe and has already been getting premonitions.

  • Mama Bear: When Grams walks in and sees, to her, some strange women in the house with little Prue and Piper she uses her telekinesis to throw them out of the building. After the sisters return to the present they find Grams has added a spell to the Book of Shadows called "Nicholas Must Die" which produces the most explosive vanquish seen so far.

  • "Mister Sandman" Sequence: The opening scene is one big version with a montage of 1975.

  • Ooh, Me Accent's Slipping: Finola Hughes's American accent slips quite a bit in her first appearance. She'd get better in subsequent episodes.

  • Retcon: Phoebe says that a warlock will be the cause of Patty's death. The Season 2 episode that deals with her death shows that it was a water demon. Also, a form of Early-Installment Weirdness, since warlocks were initially the main threat on the show. Even as early as Season 2, demons started to take their place. Of course, Phoebe could have just assumed it was a warlock due to still being new to the craft.

  • "Thank You For Not Morphing" had credited 'Victor Halliwell', implying Halliwell was the last name from his side of the family. Here however it's retconned into being Patty and Penny's last name.

  • Secret Test of Character: A villainous version. Nicholas dropping the flowers turns out to be one. He visits every year to deliver flowers, and when he notices only three chimes on the clock, he realises that Piper must have frozen him - meaning the sisters have their powers back.

  • Set Right What Once Went Wrong: Subverted. Phoebe wants to take advantage of the situation to warn Patty of her impending death and even writes her a letter, but she ultimately backs off out of concern for the rest of the timeline.

  • Suddenly Always Knew That: Phoebe suddenly reveals the ability to pick locks. Lampshaded by Prue, who rhetorically asks, "Why am I not surprised that you know how to do this?"

  • Time Travel Episode: The first of many in the series. Here when the sisters go back, they are there in addition to their past selves. Note that this differs from Clyde's spell in "A Paige From The Past" - where Paige assumes the body of her past self.

  • Time-Travel Tense Trouble: Prue stumbles over her tenses when trying to explain to Grams how she bound their powers in the past, which is still the future to Penny.

  • Timey-Wimey Ball: Not as bad as future episodes, but the resolution does present a couple plot holes. If the ring was no longer blessed, why were the girls' powers bound? Also, how did Nicholas' ring protect him when he first attacked the girls?

  • You Can't Fight Fate: Phoebe attempts to stop Patty's death by warning her about the day she's supposed to die. After the spell to send the sisters back to the present fails, Phoebe removes the note and decides to leave history as it is.

  • Similarly, despite unblessing Nicholas' ring, Grams still binds the girls' powers in order to make history play out as it had, even though there was now no need to hide the girls from him.

The Huntik Team went to Vlad Dracul's Castle to find his Titans. Klaus and Zhalia discuss how to get rid of the Huntik Team. After it seemed like Zhalia finished off Lok and Sophie for good,she came face to face with Dante. She remembered her childhood memories and what Dante and Lok have said about her. Finally Zhalia came to her senses and attacked Klaus, but Klaus managed to defeat Dante. When it seemed like all hope was lost Zhalia, came in to rescue Dante and turned Klaus to stone with King Basilisk. At the end of the episode, Dante, Lok, and Sophie discussed Zhalia. Even after that, Zhalia couldn't forgive herself, thus leaving.

"The Fighting Irish" is the seventeenth episode of NBC's first season of 30 Rock. It was written by one of the season's co-executive producers, Jack Burditt, and it was directed by Dennie Gordon. It aired on March 8, 2007, in the United States.[1] Guest stars who appear in this episode are Dan Bakkedahl, Katrina Bowden, Anna Chlumsky, Siobhan Fallon Hogan, Nathan Lane, Boris McGiver, Brian Murray, Maulik Pancholy, Lonny Ross, Molly Shannon, Jason Sudeikis and Kristen Sudeikis.

The episode features the appearance of Jack Donaghy's (Alec Baldwin) brother, Eddie Donaghy (Nathan Lane), who visits Jack claiming that their father (Brian Murray) is dead. Jack also tells Liz Lemon (Tina Fey) that she has to fire ten percent of her staff. Liz struggles with this task until she meets Floyd's girlfriend, Liz Lemler (Chlumsky), who works in the accounting department at TGS with Tracy Jordan. 041b061a72


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