[S1E7] Job Opportunity
Episode 7 of Gentefied starts as we see Ana and Yessika as teenagers having fun together before returning to the present as we see Nayeli filming them talking about the beginning of their story. In Mama Fina, Chris looks at the new reviews on Yelp and sees that people are rating the food well but not the ambiance. Chris then tries to convince his granddad and Erik to change the decor and improve the food. They are very reluctant so he tells them that LA weekly are doing a food tour soon which could be their opportunity.
[S1E7] Job Opportunity
Although nervous that morning, Lawrence nails his job interview and is offered a position on the spot. Issa is thrilled for him, but surprised when he debates turning down the offer to focus on his own app. She convinces him it's too good an opportunity to pass up.
This week on Fixer Upper: Welcome Home, we had the opportunity to work with Kim (and her dog, Hank), who recently made the move from California to come work with us on Magnolia Network. Once she made the move to Waco, Kim was ready to trade in her small beach apartment for her very first home!
Returning to the apartment, Michael greets Jason Bly, who is waiting on his doorstep. They spar verbally a bit, and Bly lays out his offer. He will give Michael a new background and a job as a security guard in a bank, an opportunity to start over as a private citizen. Sarcastically, Michael agrees to think about the offer. Watching Bly walk away, he places a call.
As for the other characters, who cares? We are given Imperial office politics, a mother nagging her son about a job opportunity and two clandestine Rebel leaders at loggerheads over exciting issues such as financing. The tedium is very real unfortunately. If you really want to watch an engaging Star Wars series set in this era, then we recommend the animated series, Rebels.
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After the news of Diane's engagement with Mr. Peanutbutter, BoJack goes on a week-long bender and ends up at the doorstep of Princess Carolyn. She gives him a pep talk, as well as a commercial shoot opportunity, to snap him out of it.
In Demant, we are more than 20.500 people globally and have a wide range of different companies with super cool high-tech products. As an employee, this setup is your opportunity to professional and personal growth.
and there are rules and stakes, but you have to navigate that with other people as a hobby. It gives you the opportunity to see what people are really like. And this also goes that goes back to what I was saying about not giving a fuck about people who are not real with me. I find that playing pickup basketball with a bunch of people gives me the opportunity, because, to see who they are as a person. Because if you value your team winning over sportsmanship in a situation where the outcome literally does not matter at all for your life, that says something about who you are to me.
Not everybody has that opportunity, depending on the relationship that they have with their or what they are expected to do from their programs. So, you know, I think we really need to think about how can we make a change in culture to be more, you know, have self care be more prevalent and, and prioritized so that we can be better scientists, eventually.
With her son and husband gone, Abigail is adjusting to an empty nest. Her one source of comfort however comes from cooking. Her husband and son both raved about her baking and Elizabeth even remarks that Abigail's cooking is better than anything she had at home, where her family employed the best chefs from the top culinary schools. Sensing an opportunity to start a new chapter in her life, Abigail decides she'll attempt to reopen the shuttered Coal Valley café. Abigail presents the idea to Mr. Gowen, who in turn agrees to let her open the café on the condition she split the profits 50-50, do all the repair work, and vacate her home for smaller accommodations above the cafe. Giving up her home seems like an impossible choice but it may also be the only way that Abigail can move on with her life.
Jack is also trying to show Elizabeth that he is more than he seems. After clumsily trying to confess his feelings for her, Jack musters the courage to ask Elizabeth out on an actual date. While she initially rebuffs him, Elizabeth comes around and agrees to dinner, so long as Jack agrees to help her prepare to administer Bo's intelligence test. While hesitant to be Elizabeth's guinea pig, Jack relents and uses the opportunity to show Elizabeth how much he really cares for her. The effort pays off and Elizabeth and Jack rekindle their burgeoning relationship. Bo too performs brilliantly on his intelligence test. The results of test also show that Bo suffers from word blindness, a condition better known as dyslexia.
As the sun sets on a busy few days in Coal Valley, the town is preparing to welcome home the lone survivor of the mining disaster that claimed so many lives. Abigail has given up her home in exchange for what appears to be a thriving new business and much needed opportunity to move her life forward. Bo Grady has taken an important step towards fulfilling his own potential, and Elizabeth and Jack have overcome their initial missteps and appear to be getting closer and closer.
Cora Crawley discovers she is pregnant with her fourth child, which leaves Mary Crawley wondering how to answer Matthew's proposal since his situation would change completely if the baby turns out to be a boy. O'Brien is angry when she mistakenly believes that Cora is going to replace her and takes advantage of an opportunity to punish the Countess causing her to miscarry, only to induce further heartache when it is discovered that the baby would have been a boy. Lord Grantham sends Mrs Patmore to London to have cataract surgery in order to further improve her eyesight. Anna goes with her and learns from Bates's mother that he took the blame for his wife's thefts. Gwen secures a position as a secretary and Thomas hands in his notice. Sir Anthony Strallan promises to propose to Edith at a garden party, but Mary manipulates him otherwise in revenge for Edith having revealed her affair with Pamuk. After her mother's miscarriage, Mary is prepared to marry Matthew, but he tells her he cannot be sure of her motives and says he will leave Downton. Lord Grantham announces that Britain is at war with Germany, marking the beginning of World War I.
Over the past few years, single continuous takes have become a commonplace device in film and TV, an objectively impressive if somewhat overused gimmick that allows storytellers an opportunity to flex their ambitions and maximize the high-wire tension of an emotionally significant scene.
Roy comes back from a stag night unaware that he has been wearing lipstick. Jen loses concentration during an important meeting after wearing a "bad bra" to work, but when Moss invents a bra that doesn't lose its comfort or form (the "A-bra-cada-bra"), Jen is able to have an effective meeting. Moss gets an opportunity to pitch it to Dragons' Den. Things go sour when the bra has overheating issues, ruining another meeting for Jen, and when Moss cannot remember his pseudonym and answers to the wrong name, he ends up being erroneously interviewed on Newsnight about the Iraq War. Roy and Jen try to help Moss with the pitch in exchange for a cut of the profits, but it goes horribly wrong when Jen ends up repeating phrases, and the bra catches fire.
Jen boasts about winning Employee of the Month and makes Roy and Moss write her acceptance speech. Seeing an opportunity to humiliate her, Roy and Moss trick Jen by lending her "the Internet" in the form of a small black box with a blinking light. They explain that if anything were to befall it, there would be worldwide chaos. Douglas finds the love of his life in a journalist named April, but mishears that she used to be a man, thinking she said that she is from Iran. At the shareholders meeting, Moss and Roy find their prank has backfired when the shareholders hang on Jen's every word about the Internet. After learning the truth about April, Douglas breaks up with April but their ensuing fist fight disrupts the shareholder meeting, crushing the Internet, and causing panic. Later, Douglas, alone at home, regrets breaking up with April. 041b061a72