I remember a TV show that was aired around 10 years ago. Trying to remember what it was called.
The world froze over
Humanity lived in these domes ontop of the ice
Domes were connected via bullet train
Some 'Domes' were at war with others, if you broke laws they threw you out onto the ice, peop...
The question is pretty simple, which Shark Tank investor has had the most success (and/or losses) from their Shark Tank investments? Ideally, I would like to see total dollars invested and their overall return on investment.
Is there a scorecard somewhere? Is that information available anywhere...
@NapoleonWilson It's an aggregation site for many different types of content, from news to videos to memes to basically anything else you can think of on the Internet. It's divided up into communities called subreddits, which are specialised for one type of content, from the broad /r/news subreddit to the very specific /r/childrenfallingover subreddit.
it is where there's this guy. Something happens to him,and he can't remember names of faces or things. ( i vaguely remember him saying the... the..., )
it is not fitz from agents of shield.
but it could be from someone on grey anatomy, i'm just not quite sure
i think it was a medical show, henc...
In Last Action Hero (1993), Jack Slater actually take cards on dead body, he sees it. it has 5,4,.... etc
So he realized that Benedict planted Time Bomb, then he ran away. My Question is: How Benedict exactly planted a time bomb so that count down matches numbers on the card?
Here is Final E...
OMG. Big frigging deal that the Doctor said that he doesn't have any cartilage left in his knee. That wasn't the question. The other answers at least address the reason rather than just stating what his diagnosis is.
Trying to identify this skit. I think this was from an SNL or MadTV episode but I'm stumped.
The premise was a few co-workers. One was a bumbling idiot and one was the smart one. The issue was that the rest of the workers believed the bumbling idiot rather than the smart worker.
Ok guys so I saw Se7en and accepted the fact that the box contained Tracy's(Mills' wife) head as otherwise Somerset would have instantly said that Tracy was well and Mills would have not shot John Doe. However what I fail to understand is that John Doe wanted to make a masterpiece and kill or tor...
There are plenty of soundboard apps with Arnold famous movie quotes that make him sound really German and sort of funny. Considering how much time he had spent in United States before his filming career began I suspect that his accent is slightly exaggerated in the movies.
Was this done intentio...
Is it ever explained how the vegetation in Jurassic Park was created - the dinosaurs were explained by blood preserved in a mosquito, however before Alan Grant turns Ellie Sattler's head to see the first dinosaur, she is examining a leaf while remarking that it "doesn't belong here". I assume tha...
i am trying to find the name of a movie from around the 70-80 about an astronaut in a mission in Space. He has an accident or so and returns to earth turned into a very old man
does anybody recalls this movie? I have not more than scarce images in my mind from early childhood
any help will be ver...
@AnkitSharma I think the OP always intended it to be only about works of fiction (as you can see in their comments migrated to this chatroom). Even the first revision said "Where in speculative fiction [...]".
Since Bran became a cripple and began seeing the three-eyed raven in his dreams, Maester Luwin insisted on it being just dreams and nothing much.
We can believe that an old knowledgeable man wouldn't want to worry a kid about these things even if he knows those are really, he could probably be ...
OMG!! One of the Doctors from work gave me a coach bag and a dozen roses for nurses day!!! That's like...like so frigging awesome. I can't believe how frigging cool and generous that was!!! I am completely blown away right now.
@steelerfan I'm familiar with the crazy prices people will pay for all of those brands... Coach, LV, Dooney... etc. It's absurd. I don't even own a purse at all. I use a canvas bag I got for free to carry stuff around.
@steelerfan HAHA! That makes it even more special - that they got something they knew would connect to the things you like. So often, that sort of gift isn't specific to the receiver, they just buy 10 of something and give everyone the same thing.
And it's not too big, either. Some of the bags my mom has are huge... I have no clue how she ever finds anything in them... oh, wait... she doesn't. She spends 10 minutes every time looking for her keys... though now she has a car that doesn't need to use the key, so she spends less time looking for them.
@steelerfan HA HA HA Well, at least you know that he didn't do it without her approval. :D
@AnkitSharma How much would a dinner at an average restaurant cost? To compare... or maybe the cost of a movie ticket?
@NapoleonWilson OMG. I haven't even started to catch up on that yet. I will have to wait to get home for that as well. Arghhh!! I am missing everything at my house. This will be my last spring at my house and I am missing all of my lilac blooming, the awesome yellow finches that come by my bedroom door onto my deck, the awesome hummingbirds, my beautiful dogwood tree that blooms outside my bedroom window. I am missing all of that with this beautiful weather :(
Awww. I am sure that they will be. Those are the cool things that I am going to miss at my house. Oh, and Trillium. They only grow at a certain elevation. They are everywhere around my house in the spring. They smell soooooo good. I put bunches of them around every room in my house in the spring.
Yeah. You're not supposed to pick them in the wild, but they grow everywhere on my property. I mean, they are everywhere. They smell so good. You only need like 2-3 flowers to make your whole room smell awesome.
I also have wild orchids which are beautiful as well. They are also everywhere on my property.
Oh, wow... the camp still exists. That's crazy. It was part of school... we went for a week... it wasn't summer camp. We were there in March, or April. We also ran into skunk cabbage... which wasn't as fun.
@steelerfan Yes! That's what they call it... but not what I remember calling it when I was in fifth grade.
We went for a week, adopted a tree, learned how to identify plants... got "badges" for different activities.
Sang songs... all that sort of stuff.
As a separate thing, we also went to a salmon fishery and they showed us how they mix salmon eggs and sperm and sent us home with some for a giant fish tank in the school... and when they hatched, we took them back and got to release them.
I am looking for a romance movie before 2000.
This movie is about a "cool" young guy and a "not so cool" young girl - who was studying at a university - who are going on a road trip together and they get to know each other this way.
I also remember that they run out of money in their trip.