D Gray Man Episode 76
D Gray Man Episode 76
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So great to see another analysis of an episode from you. I have to agree that this one falls short on the usual intensity of the bond between the partners. No one, not even a pushy nurse was keeping Hutch out of the ER examining room in A Coffin for Starsky. Starsky is uncharacteristically passive while he waits for hours not knowing if his partner/best friend will live or die. I think that in general the fourth season ran out of steam. One has to wonder if they had any idea of how popular the series really was, and how lasting the fan base would be. It may not have made any difference to Glaser, but I wish that they had gone out in the glorify of earlier seasons. I will be interested to read your take on the final episode.
Why the love for Redline in particular?Tommy Yaley: Early on I had a converted Schwinn Stingray, then a Webco. My buddy got a '76 Redline squareback and it was love at first sight. When I finally got one in 1977, I was bummed they changed the rear chain stay. I got it anyway but it just wasn't a squareback. Then the Proline came out and I bought one of those. The V bars were so cool and the double clamp gooseneck was art. Red Line was my brand!
We hope you'll enjoy the kaleidoscope of songs in this episode. We run the gamut from Charles Trenet whose career spanned more than fifty years to Christophe Mae who today sells more albums than any other male French singer. We tell you about the artists in English and you'll know what the songs are about when they are interpreted in the original French. Here is the lineup for this episode:Christophe Mae, (France), La RumeurVanina Michel, (France), Simple Comme BonjourCharles Trenet, (France), Johnny Tu Me ManquesNajoua Belyzel, (France), Fille d'Orient ou d'OccidentDaniel Darc, (France), C'est Moi le PrintempsBabet, (France), Je Pense a Nous
In this episode of Open Book, we hear from Tiffany Goodchild, founder of the Kourageous Karter Foundation, a nonprofit with a mission to make life better for families raising a child with a severe neurological condition through connection and encouragement. Her son, Karter, is a miracle man and continues to beat all the odds. Today, we hear his story. 781b155fdc