The SWAT team bumps heads with Lt. Lynch when she signs them up for an off-book undercover operation to take down a local gang printing counterfeit money, without giving them enough time to prepare for the mission. Also, tensions rise at home for Hondo as his parents' strained relationship becomes worse.
The plan is to intercept the delivery of the ink needed to print the Money and swap out the driver and place SWAT members Chris and Street in place, they infiltrate to the warehouse and make the delivery to the man printing the money and street suggests to get paid in the fake money instead of the real making it looks like they are ripping off the original driver Adam and cutting a side deal.
During the exchange the gang member Gomez takes the money and instructs Corbett into the back of the van while pointing a gun at Street, the team moves in and rescues them and go after Gomez and the money which they retrieve.
MAHALINGAPPA: I'm sure that's exactly what happens. In \"The Simpsons,\" that's what happens. In real life, that's nothing. I don't think people in the nuclear industry are really like that, but you know, it's a cartoon and it's supposed to be funny, so of course it's an exaggeration.
And it's so important. And I know his spirit is thanking you. It's the magic is in those details. You know, so this is one of the first times we met. I had wanted to do some sort of tribute to the Black Panther Party. And I reached out to you asking you about Huey and you basically stopped me and you said he's more than that wicker chair, Fran, and he's more than the Black Panther leader. He's uh, he was funny. And he was my love and he was romantic. And it just, you know, it stayed with me forever, because I had absolutely this image of him in the chair, a strong Panther, you know, and you took it down to this whole humanized level of you just he was just the man you loved.
No matter what the logistics end up being, once it's built at our core will always remain or always value accessibility for everybody, getting this message out to everyone. Of course, we know that institutions cost money, especially museums, but that's what the partnerships come in.
The charming supporting cast is up to familiar, low-key tricks, as well. Wheeler (Oliver Cooper) is struggling to see a future with Misty (Alexandra Turshen), who in turn is faced with unexpected roadblocks in her professional pursuits. Wheeler falls prey to societal expectations, believing he needs to lose weight and make money if he wants a beautiful, kind woman to stand by her man, while Misty faces an issue hidden from young eyes but all-too-familiar to adults: the patriarchy.
The search for new ways of saving money at the BBC continues - particularly important in the light of charter renewal. Having dismissed the idea of losing programmes about gardening as a possible solution the renewal team propose that the cutting of the BBC Big Swing Band might send out a useful message.
With Unforgotten airing as initially intended, episode 3 is where Khan and Stuart start poking around in the lives of the suspects. Unlike the first two seasons, though, there's less a sense of impending dread. None of the main suspects present as people who worked hard to pull themselves out of desperate circumstances or bad life choices. There's no Elizabeth Wilton, there's no Sara Mahmoud. Instead, there's Peter Carr, a con man willing to rook the elderly for money and stealing from his employers. There's Dr. Finch, riding on his reputation as an outstanding member of the community while secretly abusing his patients. Along with them, there's James Hollis, who blames himself for his son's gender queer status, and Chris Lowe, who can barely function in society.
Moreover, as soon as Hollis gets back to his home office, he's on the horn to both Finch and Peter. From the outside, it sounds like \"Hey, funny thing about that case you've probably seen in the papers,\" but between the lines, he's obviously feeding them the \"no one left the house that night\" party line. The call to Pete also winds up costing Hollis 3,000 to bail his friend out of the check he stole, and not a moment too soon. The boss, Mark, is at Pete's house, ready to fire him, until Peter hands the money back, claiming to have \"screwed up paperwork.\" Peter is saved for the moment, but his boss isn't fooled. Neither is his wife, who once again is clearly looking to make for the door.
In Catelyn's old chamber in the castle, she mourns with her uncle Brynden over her father's death. She asks him if he made peace with his older brother, with whom he had been fighting for the past thirty years. Brynden explains that he did: on his deathbed Hoster told him to stop calling himself \"the Blackfish\" as it was a stupid joke created over thirty years ago by Brynden to symbolize his bad relationship with his older brother, and it wasn't very funny to begin with. Brynden emotionally joked back to his dying brother that people had been calling him \"Blackfish\" for so long that they'd practically forgotten his real name. Catelyn is happy that her uncle was able to make peace with her father before he passed, and is upset that she couldn't have been there. She reminisces that she watched from this window in her childhood whenever her father left, but now he won't be coming back. She tearfully wonders if her sons Bran and Rickon similarly watched at Winterfell for her return when she failed to arrive to save them. Brynden insists that neither he nor Robb have given up hope that the boys may be alive and in hiding, and urges her to be strong for Robb.
Later, Tyrion is reading through the financial records, and explains to Bronn that not all is as Baelish would like the court to think. Bronn asks if he thinks Littlefinger has been stealing to obtain the crown's money, but Tyrion says the problem is more that he's been borrowing all of it. Littlefinger always acted like he was a financial genius who could raise money seemingly out of nowhere, but in reality the Iron Throne is heavily in debt, and Littlefinger procured enough money to balance the books every year by borrowing massive sums of money from foreign banks.
In particular, much of their debt is owed to the Iron Bank of Braavos, the largest bank in the Free Cities. Tyrion warns Bronn that when debtors to the Iron Bank cannot repay their loans, the Iron Bank will first refuse to give out new loans, and ultimately support rebellions against them. Tyrion fears that if they can't repay the debt, the Iron Bank will eventually cut them off and start supporting Robb Stark or Stannis Baratheon. Podrick then returns, with the money Tyrion gave him to pay the prostitutes. Tyrion is concerned that he lost heart and fled, but Pod innocently says he did \"all sorts of things\" with the prostitutes - they simply refused his offer of payment. Impressed that the women would provide their services for free, Tyrion and Bronn ask Pod to explain in detail what transpired, so they can take \"copious notes.\"
Tyrion Lannister: [reviews the kingdom's ledgers] \"For years I've heard that Littlefinger is a magician: whenever the Crown needs money, he rubs his hands together and - poof! - mountains of gold.\"
Can they do it Will they be able to escape with the money and everyone safe Those are the answers that Money Heist fans finally got when season 2 officially wrapped up. With the police closing in, Berlin does something foolish.
The Professor is visibly hurt by his decision and viewers find out why later on. Raquel is arrested and does not give up the Professor's location until her child is threatened. Everyone escapes with a cut of the money and the show fast forwards to a year later, where the Professor and Raquel are reunited in another country, bringing the storyline to a conclusion that could've been a series finale.
It's funny on it's own, and the fact that Jim is deflecting his attention to Stanley to avoid being tempted by Cathy is classic The Office irony. Still, it's nice to see Jim and Stanley bonding for once. 59ce067264