[S3E19] My Favorite Mistake
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[S3E19] My Favorite Mistake
The song was written by Crow and her regular collaborator Jeff Trott. The song is about a philandering ex-boyfriend, rumored to be Eric Clapton. There have also been those who believed the lover in the song to have been based on Jakob Dylan. However, Crow has refused to say who the song was about, telling Billboard Magazine on the release of her album, "Oh, there will be just so much speculation, and because of that there's great safety and protection in the fact that people will be guessing so many different people and I'm the only person who will ever really know. I'm really private about who I've had relationships with, and I don't talk about them in the press. I don't even really talk about them with the people around me." Crow compared "My Favorite Mistake" to "You're So Vain" by Carly Simon. However, she later claimed that she doesn't look at her relationship with Clapton as a mistake and verified that it was definitely not about him. As further corroboration, Crow introduces Clapton as "a real good friend of mine" in her 1999 performance in Central Park, later to be released as an album.
The song was recorded at Globe Recording Studio in New York owned by Robert FitzSimons and Tracey Loggia. Despite the difficulties in recording the album, Crow told the BBC in 2005 that: "My favorite single is 'My Favorite Mistake'; it was a lot of fun to record and it's still a lot of fun to play."
Bravo Team is called in for a briefing, conducted by Mandy and Eric. Explaining the possible leader of the terrorist organization they mistakenly let him go. He has been picked up by local police and bravo team will pick him up from there.
Picard beams down to Risa and is immediately kissed by Vash, a woman he's never met before. She is eying a Ferengi across the lobby. She claims to have mistaken Picard for someone else and walks off. "A simple handshake would've sufficed", Picard quietly notes. As he walks across the lobby, the two aliens who inquired about Picard staying on Risa earlier watch him intently.
The same Ferengi from the lobby covertly approaches Picard, telling him it is a big mistake to work with "her" and to ask "her" to return his disk immediately. Picard says that there has to be a mistake because he doesn't know what the Ferengi is talking about. The Ferengi orders Picard to talk about the business with him, and Picard replies that a Ferengi order doesn't count for him. When the Ferengi angrily replies, Picard stands up and tries to make himself clear to the Ferengi by stating again that he doesn't know this woman or about the disk, and he is on Risa only for vacation. The Ferengi goes away after declaring the disk is his.
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Meanwhile, Wedge, who is wearing a TIE fighter pilot uniform, asks AP-5 why Hera picked him for the mission. AP-5 replies that his grasp of protocol is lacking and that Imperial pilots never remove their helmets while flying. Wedge points out that he was the top of his class at the Imperial Academy. AP-5 responds that Wedge mistakes his attention to detail with an attack on his fragile ego. Chopper beeps while Wedge sighs.
Mayberry was the perfect little, all-American town. Well, nearly perfect. Like any television show operating on a fixed schedule and budget, The Andy Griffith Show let many minor goofs slip by onscreen. Back in the 1960s, especially in black and white, momentary mistakes like the shadow of a boom mic or an actor's visible tape marks on the floor were tough to spot. Now that the classic sitcom can be seen in crisp, beautiful digital images, these little errors are easier to spot.
At the prison, Thea drops in to visit Roy. Though they seemed to patch things up in recent episodes, Roy and Thea have a tough conversation through the jailhouse glass. He can't handle seeing her while he's stuck inside and couldn't face himself if he lied to her again, so he cuts off communication with her. We soon get the expected fight scene between Roy and a small army of prisoners who want to take a shot at the Arrow without his weapons. Roy gives them exactly what they're looking for: an ass kicking. It's a great solo fight for Colton Haynes that strips away all the arrows, armor, and Parkour, and just gets down to a bare-fisted brawl. Round one goes to Roy, but it's only a matter of time before Roy pays for Oliver's mistakes with his life. Thea brings the problem to her big brother, but Diggle interferes. The tension between the two nearly boils over when Oliver stands his ground.
"Calling Dr. Hathaway" is the nineteenth episode of the third season of ER. It first aired on NBC on April 24, 1997. It was written as a story by Neal Baer, teleplayed by Jason Cahill & Samantha Howard Corbin and directed by Paris Barclay. It has Carol Hathaway is at a professional crossroads when she scores high on the MCAT. John Carter decides whatever or not report a fellow intern's mistake to Donald Anspaugh.
Most fans may not have noticed that the doppelgangers not only looked like George, Cristina, and Izzy, but they were wearing similar clothes to what the originals wore in the pilot episode. George had on a brown coat, Cristina had on a leather jacket, and Izzy wore a pink/purple sweater. This small detail just added more to the nostalgia, making us miss our favorite interns even more.
Even fans who know every plot detail may have missed this small mistake, but anyone who knows how an MRI machine works were probably confused to see a woman with a fork in her neck ordered to get an MRI.
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Miles, I know you're into season 4 now so I'll just make some short comments here. Glad you loved this episode. As I mentioned it is one of my favorites. I look at an episode like this and still can't believe people rank season 3 as the worst season. It may house the show's worst episode (which we disagree on which one that is lol) but overall it was just awesome. All of your observations are great as always, but you already know the answer to most of them by now! :-)
Prom is nearing and Will begins to feel the effects of not sleeping much between prioritizing his homework, his job, dates with his girlfriend and basketball practice. Carlton, however, panics upon getting a pimple and is desperate for vitamins to get rid of it. At school, Will's co-worker and classmate notices his yawning and gives him speed to help wake him up but Will keeps them in his locker. At prom, a half-asleep Will tells Carlton to check his locker for vitamins when he begins to freak out about the pimple. Carlton finds the speed and mistakes it for vitamins, overdosing on them where he passes out on the dance floor. At the hospital, Carlton covers for Will and tells Phillip and Vivian he got them from another kid's locker.
Phillip begins to praise Will for his actions, calling him his favorite nephew and giving him Clippers tickets. However, Will, guilty about inadvertently being the cause of Carlton almost dying, rejects the tickets, admitting to Phillip and the family that the pills were from his locker as he wanted to have energy but begins to cry, telling that because of his recklessness, someone very close to him that he loves could have gotten killed. Phillip is initially angered at Will's carelessness, but he and Vivian ultamitely forgive him when they see how remorseful Will is about the ordeal.
Friends fans are passionate about the incredible sitcom, and have spent a lot of time watching the show over the years and figuring out their favourite episodes - but in doing so many inconsistencies have been found throughout the 236 episodes - and MyLotto24 has created a list of ten of the lesser-known mistakes in the show that fans may have missed over the years.
Hearing all of her family members "sing" their favorite types of music, Luna starts to lose hope, feeling that she will never come up with something the world will love. As Luna plops her head in defeat, she hears some music playing in the hallway. She discovers that it's Lily, dancing to a song on the radio ("Best Thing Ever"). Suddenly, the other family members join in (including the pets, Clyde, Mr. Grouse, and the Casagrandes), dancing to the song. Once the song ends, Luna comes to the conclusion that the world loves bubblegum pop songs, and decides to get to work while everyone else heads off to get a Flippee. 041b061a72