Suits Recap – Season 6, Episode 3: Back on the Map

The Hungry Novelist

In which Harvey works hard to find a new client, Rachel gets her own case outside of the office, and Mike (finally) uses his legal knowledge to try to protect himself in prison.

jessica houndstooth

Jessica, wearing an itchy-looking patterned wool dress and not her best hair , directs Harvey to snag a big-time client in order to start PSL’s comeback. Her suggestion is William Sutter, a cranky old billionaire whom no law firm wants to represent because he is facing an indictment. But Harvey has had enough of getting into bed with criminals after his Forstman dealings. Instead, he goes after Nathan Burns, a ‘dick’ and ‘asshole’ who heads up an energy company but is apparently not a criminal. Burns initially assigns Harvey tasks both demeaning and time-consuming to prove he really wants the business, then backs away under pressure from Sutter, who wants to stick it to Harvey for turning…

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The Flash 2×19: Back To Normal

Take a Bite of the Silver Sandwich

Or: How do we treat the ones we love?

Westallen is moving at a greater speed than Barry is now. I’m okay with this.

The last episode implied that Barry and Zoom both had a similar trauma and that they each took a separate road to become the men they are today. They are now almost exact opposites. One is a villain the other is a hero, one kills the other doesn’t. One is all for himself and the second cares about others. That’s pretty basic hero/villain set up, we’ve seen it before in stories and we will again. The one thing we are seeing that these two have in common are that they both love.

That said, there’s an interesting theme in this episode about the different approaches to love as it explores love for family, romantic love, and even hero worship. And in that exploration another question is…

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The Flash 2×18: Versus Zoom

Take a Bite of the Silver Sandwich

Or: The Road Less Taken

This ep is a sea of feels, and I am happily drowning in them. There is a whole lot happening in this episode. It feels like an ep that simultaneously puts to bed and sets up a lot of things. So it’s a true crossroad ep, where things get settled and new things happen and where you started is not where you end up. On the plus side, WestAllen is truly on the way and I am SO HAPPY to see it. On the minus side…well…let’s dig onto the ep.

The episode begins with a Barry voice-over, mulling over the fact that sometimes terrible things happen to children. Sometimes that thing becomes the defining factor of your life and who you end up being. It was mentioned in a previous episode and is driven home again here that the reason Barry came through his mother’s…

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Star Wars: The Prequels Are Beloved By The Fans

The Midi-Chlorian Center

The Star Wars Prequels (Episode I-II-III) are often attacked by ubertrolls who have nothing to do but spread hate on this part of the Star Wars saga and it is in “popular belief” that the PT are the worse and no one loves them for numerous reasons, well it is not true, many, many people love the Prequels trilogy and we are going to talk about it in this article. Those PT haters are building their arguments on pure lies. One of the examples of their reasons why the PT are horribles : “It’s all CGI.” Well, that’s all lies. EVERY Star Wars movie is a mix of what we call Practical Effects (miniature sets, sets that are built, vehicles built …) and special effects also known as CGI. You can see some of the Prequels set pics on the official Star Wars website and oh there are REAL sets…

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‘The Flash’ Season 1 – New Featurette For Episode 19, “Who Is Harrison Wells?”

We Geek Girls

The Flash -- "Who is Harrison Wells?" -- Image FLA119B_0012b -- Pictured (L-R): Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon and Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance -- Photo: Katie Yu /The CW -- © 2015 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.The Flash — “Who is Harrison Wells?” — Image FLA119B_0012b — Pictured (L-R): Carlos Valdes as Cisco Ramon and Katie Cassidy as Laurel Lance — Photo: Katie Yu /The CW — © 2015 The CW Network, LLC. All rights reserved.

Episode Description:

JOE AND CISCO TRAVEL TO STARLING CITY FOR ANSWERS ABOUT DR. WELLS — Joe (Jesse L. Martin) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) head to Starling City to continue their investigation of Dr. Wells (Tom Cavanagh). While in town, the duo enlists the help of Captain Lance (guest star Paul Blackthorne), and Cisco meets the Black Canary (guest star Katie Cassidy), who asks him for a favor. Meanwhile, back in Central City, Barry (Grant Gustin) races to catch a meta-human named Hannibal Bates (guest star Martin Novotny) who can transform himself into every person he touches – which includes Eddie (Rick Cosnett), Iris (Candice Patton), Caitlin (Danielle Panabaker) and even…

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Behind the Scenes, My Food Photography Set-Up

No Thyme to Waste

I’ve had quite a few inquiries about my images and posts over the past few months, and I thought it would be a nice idea to post some of my set ups for you guys to see. There aren’t really ‘secrets’ to good food photography, but in the beginning I felt there was some kind of hidden information I needed to advance my skills. I kept hitting a metaphorical brick wall with my photography, and I just couldn’t seem to mimic those food photos I aspired to. I kept reading articles with titles like “secrets of food photography” and “all you need to know, blog food photography”. But the ‘secret’ is… there’s no secret. The three keys to producing enticing looking food photos are: a tripod, the right light, and some version of Photoshop for minor edits. With these three things you can succeed at the very least as a beginner.

The light. My…

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