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If Armisen and Sudeikis do say goodbye in SNLes 38th season finale this weekend, theyfll join fellow departing cast member Bill Hader, who earlier this week. SNLes Weekend Update anchor Seth Meyers is also , albeit not until 2014 ? as the showfs current head writer explained this morning. Meyers will return to SNL in the fall and leave halfway through the season to concentrate on his new gig hosting NBCfs Late Night.
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I know, why would Conrad shoot his own son, right? But he might be involved if there are indeed?two?shooters. He might have fired the first shot, intending only to wound his son, so that?his?father would rethink his plan to turn control of the company over to Daniel?and prevent him from getting married just yet and accessing his company shares. He might also be worried about how his son is taking Victoriafs side in the divorce, although Daniel might very well take a more neutral position now that he knows she was lying about being raped by David Clarke. (Cynical Conrad Line of the Night Vol. 1: gSo, Fire + Ice. Itfs astonishing how your mom modeled the theme of your engagement party on the two sides of her personality.h)
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Felix Rivendale, the Marquess of Wrenworth, is the most eligible bachelor of London. Any woman would be lucky to have Felix. Hefs wealthy, charming, and handsome. Growing up he was a pawn in his parentfs marriage. His mother never loved his father and his father obsessively loved his mother. His mother used Felix to her advantage and his father withheld his love for Felix. Because of his parentfs reckless actions in their marriage, Felix is a broken, vulnerable man who hides behind his golden image. When they died, Felix decided he would become even more influential and admired in society than his mother and would never fall madly in love like his father did. He would keep his heart guarded, always hold all the power as The Ideal Gentleman and let society admire him from afar, but never let them know him truly. But then Felix meets the one woman that could unravel his guarded heart and make him fall hopelessly in love.
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Finally, the episode of the Lady and the Tragedian was fascinating to contemplate. Essentially, it is the confrontation of pity and joy. Joy says, "Did you think joy was created to live always under that threat? Always defenseless against those who would rather be miserable than have their self-will crossed?" The fact that she could be so unaffected by Frank's failure (or what I believe to have been a failure) was incredible to me at first and I had a hard time imagining being able to be happy in Heaven knowing that someone I love is not happy and has chosen eternal misery. But I guess that's what God experiences all the time. His children are constantly choosing their own misery, preferring to be "rulers in Hell than servants in Heaven." Then I came across this passage that explains why misery and the passion of pity cannot prevail: "The demand of the loveless and the self-imprisoned that they should be allowed to blackmail the universe: that till they consent to be happy (on their own terms) no one else shall taste joy; that theirs should be the final power; that Hell should be able to veto Heaven."
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