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[S6E17] I Like to Watch
"Walk Like a Man" is the 82nd episode of the HBO television series The Sopranos, the fifth episode of the second half of the show's sixth season, and the 17th episode of the season overall. Written and directed by executive producer Terence Winter in his directorial debut, it originally aired on May 6, 2007, and was watched by 7.16 million viewers upon its premiere.
In tonight's This is Us series penultimate episode, us viewers begin our final goodbye by watching the characters we've come to love through six emotionally stunning seasons say goodbye to Rebecca Pearson (Mandy Moore), the family matriarch. Inevitably, the episode packs a heavy punch of nonstop tearjerking moments.
As joyous as the Déjà and Marcus mysteries turn out, the Rebecca goodbye is overwhelmingly difficult. That story begins with the family eating together. Toby (Chris Sullivan) thanks Kevin (Justin Hartley) for the invitation, and banters like the Toby we first fell in love with. Then Phillip (Chris Geere) arrives with Toby and Kate's kids and with that, everyone is present except for Kate (Chrissy Metz), who's rushing back from London, where she's introducing her California arts curriculum. Boss babe, much?
During a videotaped interview, Christina tells Sofia that she's starting to remember some things. She doesn't remember what the rapist looks like, but she knows that she was raped. What disturbs her just as much is that fact that the rapist paid special attention to her feet. Grissom later tells Catherine that a foot fetish is a visual pathology; the rapist would've had to have been close enough to Christina see her feet first before escalating.
The next day, Sheldon is taping a Fun with Flags episode in his apartment. He apologizes to the audience for not airing an episode last week because Leonard pointed out that when he dressed up as George Washington Carver for Black History Month that that show was racist. Penny is Sheldon's guest and is described as a flag virgin, but not a real virgin since she has had coitus. Penny joins him and says that she has many times been at parties and has not been able to join in the discussions about flags. Penny stops the taping and shows him how to loosen up using things she learned in acting class like talking to his guest and not to the camera. Also he should have his arms opened instead of crossed thus welcoming everybody in. Sheldon mentions that he has gotten comments about his robotic delivery and that that must not be a compliment. Sheldon then looks too relaxed almost like Penny and he are a couple. Penny then says that she is from Nebraska so Sheldon shows her and describes the Nebraska state flag now sitting stiffly. Following on Penny's earlier comments, he tells her to spread her legs and invite everyone in.
Sheldon is video chatting with Amy who is monitoring her cigarette-addicted monkeys who are now going through withdrawal and are getting on her nerves. She preferred working with her marijuana-addicted flatworms. He tells her that his "Fun with Flags" episode went well and that Penny's acting tips were very helpful. He demonstrates opening his arms and saying "Welcome to my world" and subsequently folding his arms and saying "Not welcome to my world", mentioning that he has a very powerful tool and has to learn how to control it. Amy asks if he told Penny that she was helpful and had done a nice job and Sheldon had not. Amy says that she is his friend and that he should. To Amy's surprise he immediately walks away to do it. After Sheldon walks away, Amy is irritated by her screaming monkeys once again and exclaims: "Yeah,Yeah, you'd like a cigarette. Well, I'd like a normal boyfriend so deal with it!"
Lucy hesitantly walks up to Raj's door and knocks. Raj and his place have been cleaned up. Lucy says that she can't stay and that running out on him was not cool. Raj asks why she ran out on him. Lucy replies that she has a hard time around people she doesn't know. She had seen the flyer about the party and forced herself to come to get out of her comfort zone. Lucy doesn't even like comic books. Raj first agreed with her and then said that he did like them. Lucy tells him that she is kind of broken and then Raj told her that he was too. She said he wasn't. Raj then admitted that he couldn't talk to her without his beer and that he has major psychological problems. Though Lucy thinks he might not be telling her the truth, she agrees to go on another date to find out.
H. Alan and Kerri watch The Golden Girls season 6 episode "There Goes the Bride: Part 2," where they discuss the legendary Debbie Reynolds, Dorothy's graceful envelope-stomping dance, and I DO VOW TOO. Tune in next week for "Older and Wiser!"
Bloodwork is back (kinda) this episode and that wasn't even the biggest thing to happen this episode. Barry has figured out that Iris isn't really Iris, the problem he sounds batshit insane trying to prove it. Also, he's no match for Eva. What really works this episode is the acting. With Barry's powers acting up, you'd think that the episodes would be a little slow with the show not leaning on that. But The Flash has such strong acting and Grant and Candice have such great chemistry its a joy just watching them act off each other. 041b061a72