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One Piece Episode 603



Additionally, like 406 and 106, this episode also explores themes of identity and belonging. While The Garrison Commander examined how our identity is shaped by our love for a country or political ideals, and Blood Of My Blood explored how our identity is formed by love for our family, this episode examines how identity and a sense of belonging are formed in response to stories or narratives.




One Piece Episode 603



A beautifully-written and carefully thought out reflection on this episode. I am continually grateful for the outstanding writing in the episodes and the lovely production values. These, and the incredible actors, make this series so remarkable.


The third episode of Season 6 of Hell's Kitchen aired on FOX, on July 28, 2009. On that episode, an early morning wake-up call occurred, two chefs sustained fractures, and nobody was sent home because of the previous double elimination.


That episode began at the exact point when the previous one left off. As Joseph was walking aggressively towards Ramsay to fight him, before anything would happen, two members of the crew stepped forward to intervene in case of physical contact. Then, Ramsay told Joseph the situation calmly, but the latter was too busy insulting Ramsay, calling him nothing but a bitch in the process. That led Ramsay to tell him he was not having any respect, and ask him to get out. Joseph started to leave by flipping the birds to everybody and almost missing the step on his way out, with Ramsay finishing by kicking his jacket to the side.


In the red kitchen, Ariel took vocal control of the team and plated some chicken alfredo dishes. However, one of those dishes contained only one piece of chicken, which infuriated Ramsay, who schooled Sabrina on that mistake. Suzanne declared that Sabrina could not drag the red team down, and that she did not know what she would do if they would lose. After that, Ariel and Amanda plated the dishes and they were accepted by Ramsay. Because of that, the momentum was high in both kitchens, with a lot of pasta dishes coming out from both of them. The blue team had 6 tickets to go, while the red team had 4. Both teams were rallying to get the last tables out, with Ariel taking vocal control of the red team again, determined not to lose, and Kevin taking vocal control of the blue team. When there was 3 tables left in the blue kitchen, there was only one left in the red one. However, Jean-Philippe returned a dish to the kitchen because of a raw meatball, and Ramsay schooled Tek on that mistake. Tek was determined not to lose because she knew it would be her fault if they would. So, she started over, and in the blue kitchen, Robert continued to send acceptable dishes to the hot plate, making the blue team catching up on the red team, which finally sent out the acceptable dish without the raw meatball and moved on to their last ticket. Both teams rallied to complete their sides, and the red team succeeded to do it before the blue team. Ramsay congratulated the red team, and Suzanne celebrated with Lovely, being proud of the win, but on the other side, Robert was upset as everybody was winning except him. Ariel was also proud to win as she would continue to be a leader. After service was cleared down, Ramsay thanked the firefighters for being in attendance, and Sabrina said it was great to cook meal for those people who save lives.


In the middle of the night, Matt is woken by a phone call. He wakes Shelby and Lee, and they meet the police in the woods. They found a body. It has been burned beyond identification, but is definitely an adult, tied up to an enormous Blair Witch wooden effigy. A piece of jewelry was found within the remains. Lee identifies it as belonging to Mason.


Another fabulous podcast! I think one overlooked element contributing to the excellence of this season is the extra time STARZ allowed them to have for these episodes. Matt said it gave them tbe chance to tell the story fully. That wonderful 7 minute intimate scene between Jamie and Calire probably could not have happened if they were limited to 60 minutes. Unfortunately, they have to return to strict limits for S7. I would love to have your thoughts about this.


Wow what a fabulous episode. I love the way that Jamie is anchoring these episodes. In the books he is the anchor for everything on the Ridge and in many cases beyond the Ridge, Sam certainly has the gravitas to carry that off, and he is able to bring the humor and as Annette says shady Jamie. Sam can throw shade with the best of them but in a very nice way.


I thought the opening sequence, with baby Henri-Christian floating down the river in his basket, was riveting and suspenseful. It's a nice change of pace to have an action scene to start off this episode. Roger's reaction, like many scenes in this episode, comes straight from the book:


The next scene, between Claire and Fergus, is really well done! I think César Domboy is doing a wonderful job this season, and he is fantastic in this episode, really channeling Book Fergus, IMHO. Most of the dialogue here comes from the book:


Meanwhile, Claire finds that Tom has returned the book to her, with a note saying, "This is filth. I thought better of you." Judging by the very neat handwriting, Tom's use of his right hand seems much improved. That's confirmed in the next scene, where we see Tom give Malva the thrashing with his belt that he wanted to give her in last week's episode.


"It's almost here." And on that ominous note, the episode ends.-------------------------I hope you enjoyed this recap. Look here for my recaps of all of the OUTLANDER episodes, and please come back next week for my recap of Episode 604.


Bees. Amy. Bear. !!!Good review of the episode, Karen, as usual spot on. I was glad to see Cesar Domboy to get some screen time. He is a fine actor and we finally get to see him in action. Same with Lauren Lyle.


"since he lost his hand at the age of sixteen"How can this be? Did you do the math that I don't know about. He seemed so young in the episode when this happened. I just find this amazing if this is true. I don't remember it mentioned in the books.


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Blissfully unspoilered One Piece noob takes the plunge and wades through the eight-hundred plus episodes of One Piece for the first time.POSTS: Monday, Thursday, Saturday. TWITTER: @thdray1 Will answer questions there too.DISCUSSION: If you want to join in the One Piece chat, I've set replies to week-long followers only (as spoiler protection). Reblogs work, though, so I'll answer from those too.


Not a huge amount happened over episodes 603 and 604. Still, the episodes were essential. The story needed a transition phase to tie up the plot threads and set everything up for the final push against Caesar.


Now, this had me bewildered. Why, if Law is no longer working for Doflamingo, is he still protecting the guy? If Doflamingo goes down, then surely Vergo will also go down and the whole operation will fall to pieces? Unless what you guys hinted at is bigger than I thought and Doflamingo has so many side hustles that some Marines being mad at him is small potatoes.


But Michael Mando delivers a simply staggering performance in his theoretical swan song, facing a fate which might have seemed inevitable from the beginning, but is still heartbreaking to watch. Writer/director Gordon Smith delivers Nacho to his end with an episode so deliberately paced that the dread builds more and more with each detail, each quiet moment.


In the desert, a close panning shot closely examines the natural foliage. There is a focus on a blue flower as it begins to rain. Tracking to the ground, broken plastic zip-ties and a piece of glass are half-buried in the dirt as they are pelted by rainwater. 041b061a72


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