[S1E1] Set Yourself On Fire
Lucille: Everything they do is so dramatic and flamboyant. It just makes me want to set myself on fire!Lindsay: Good grief, Mother! Not all homosexuals are flamboy -- Oh, my God, I have the exact same blouse.
The truck is totaled, and Sarah sees an infected feeding nearby. Joel grabs Sarah, whose ankle is injured, and exits the truck, with Tommy exiting on the other side. A law enforcement vehicle collides with Tommy's truck, barricading Joel and Sarah in an alley and separating them from Tommy; they plan to regroup at the river. Since Sarah cannot run, Joel carries her through the burning town, stumbling upon a group of infected. One of them notices Joel and chases him into a diner. The runner thrashes through the kitchen, almost catching up to Joel in the field outside the diner, but it is unexpectedly shot in the head. Joel turns around to see a soldier aiming his gun at him. The soldier radios his superior for instructions, notifying them of Sarah's ankle injury. He is told to kill Joel and Sarah. Joel tries to convince the soldier that neither of them are sick, but the soldier opens fire and they fall down a hill. Joel, only grazed by a bullet, is almost shot by the apologetic soldier, but Tommy kills the soldier and saves Joel. They then shift their attention toward Sarah, who was fatally shot in the abdomen and is hyperventilating. Joel attempts to move her, to no avail. He then tries to apply pressure to the wound and calm Sarah, who is in severe pain. He screams for Tommy to help, but Tommy knows it is too late. Sarah dies in Joel's arms.
Afterward, Joel Miller, among other quarantine zone residents, are burning previously infected, deceased bodies. A truck arrives with more bodies to burn, and Joel and a woman move to unload it. Finding a child's body in the truck, the woman stops and tells Joel that she cannot bring herself to throw a child into the fire. Joel stoically does it himself, and the child is revealed to be the boy from earlier. Later, Joel is finishing his manual labor and collects payment from a foreman named Knapp. Joel asks if there are any other possible jobs for the day, and Knapp offers one of two jobs: street sweeping or sewer maintenance. Joel chooses sewer maintenance since it pays more.
The Boston quarantine zone is shown to be a functioning society, dictatorially run by the United States military, controlled by FEDRA. The soldiers impose a strict curfew, and the rooftops are constantly manned with snipers. Workers paint over graffiti resembling a firefly. Joel walks into an audience witnessing a public execution, but discreetly retreats with a soldier on the side. The soldier, Lee, gives Joel a considerable sum of ration cards; Joel counts it and claims Lee is short $5. Lacking the money, Lee gives him a pack of cigarettes. In exchange, Joel gives Lee hydrocodone. Joel asks about the status of a vehicle he wants, and Lee says he has convinced everyone necessary for the acquisition. Lee asks for $600 for himself and the four accomplices, but lets Joel know the vehicle is in bad condition. Joel leverages this and negotiates the price down. Lee warns Joel to stay off the streets due to violence from both an opposition group called the Fireflies and sleep-deprived FEDRA soldiers.
Elsewhere in Boston, Tess is held in a basement by Robert and his men. Robert apologizes to Tess for ripping her off, having sold a car battery owed to Tess to someone else. Tess, sporting a swollen eye and bloody lip, says they can forget it ever happened, but Robert is still hesitant to release her. He fears reprisal from Joel when he sees Tess's injuries and learns about the car battery. Tess insists that Joel answers to her, and if she tells him to leave Robert alone he will. Robert is about to agree to release Tess when an explosion tears open the basement wall, killing one of Robert's men and allowing Tess to escape. She emerges onto the street amid blaring alarms, and sees the streets quickly flooded with FEDRA soldiers. A firefight breaks out between FEDRA and a rooftop shooter. Out of options, Tess surrenders to FEDRA and is detained, shouting that she is not a Firefly.
HARVEY: Okay, hotshot. Fire up this laptop. [Stands and walks to the other side of the desk as Mike sits in Harvey's seat and fires up the laptop] I'm gonna show you what a Harvard attorney can do. Pick a topic.
MIKE: Wait, so you're worried that if I stay, then they might find out that you lied about me and you'll lose your licence, [sits on the edge of a table] but if you fire me, then I could tell them that you lied about me and you'd definitely lose your licence.
NANCY: He started asking me to stay late. Ordering dinners together. Stuff like that. One night he says that if I sleep with him, he's gonna take care of me in the firm, and if I don't, he's gonna fire me.
NANCY: I went to human resources. They said they investigated, couldn't find anything to support my claim. 2 months later, I was fired for poor job performance. They wouldn't let me say goodbye to anybody, they wouldn't write me a letter of recommendation. I wasn't looking for a payoff. All I wanted was for it to stop. Can you help me
JOANNA: I'd been working six months when Mr. Hunt started asking me to work more, order dinner. One night, late, he tried to have sex with me. The next day, I requested a change in assignments. Two months later, I was fired for having a bad attitude.
If you choose to fight, you fire on them from above, and Francine will get shot trying to run back into Prescott. If you surrender, Javier finds that the New Frontier wants him dead, so Clementine fires first before you're executed. Francine is shot in the back in the ensuing scuffle. If you try to negotiate, Francine will be shot in the head. Surrendering or fighting, Francine gets killed either way and Prescott gets destroyed either way. Sometimes jerks want to be jerks no matter what.
Mr. Jefferson: She saw humanity as tortured, right And frankly, it's bullshit. Shh, keep that to yourself. Seriously though, I could frame any one of you in a dark corner, and capture you in a moment of desperation. And any one of you could do that to me. Isn't that too easy Too obvious What if Arbus chose to capture people at the height of their beauty or innocence She had a brilliant eye, so she could have taken another approach.
Mr. Jefferson: You have just by participating, by putting yourself out there in the world. Well, no matter who wins, this is just a bump on a bigger road. I don't want anybody to feel excluded from this process. But I also want everybody to know that this photographic world is not for everybody. I had my moment in the camera eye and everybody should have that chance, right
Max moves a maintenance cart, grabs a hammer from the floor and breaks the fire alarm glass with it. She then starts the fire alarm. Nathan stops pointing his gun at Chloe and looks behind him.
Meanwhile, a third gunman unnoticed by everyone crawls out of the car and through the grass. The man fires his gun and hits Rick in the side, where his vest does not protect him. He falls to the ground bleeding as Shane shoots and kills the third man before rushing to Rick's aid. He begs for Rick to stay with him, barking at Leon to call an ambulance, but Rick remains motionless.
The henchmen head out of the shop and run at Ruby, who spins around on top of her scythe and kicks the first approaching criminal in the face. She gets Crescent Rose out of the ground and fires it off to hit another one with the butt of her weapon, sending him flying. She fires again and brings the side down on one attacker and dodges the next's gunfire with her rifle's speed, getting close enough to knock him into the air and follow him upwards so she can beat him away to Roman's feet.
The woman reaches the back and her arms and chest light up like fire, aiming a burst of energy at Glynda. The Huntress blocks it, but the flame splatters behind her and glows hot with the enemy's raised hand. Glynda back-flips out of the explosion, which destroys part of the roof, and magically gathers the shards to create a large arrow, which she throws at the craft. The fiery woman shatters the arrow with several blasts, but it reforms just in time to hit the side of the jet due to Roman's quick aerial lean. The wreckage separates and reshapes into more arrows that encircle the jet, but the woman summons several glowing rings around herself that expand and destroy the shards.
Ruby, finally acting, reverts her scythe into its rifle form to fire at the woman, who blocks each shot and creates several blazing circles around her two opponents. Glynda telekinetically pushes Ruby and rolls herself out of the explosion's radius; looking up to see the hatch close and the craft fly away.
Ozpin: So I've noticed. (placing his cup on the table as he leans in, then sits down opposite Ruby) And what is an adorable girl such as yourself doing at a school designed to train warriors
So, an air-bender controls the flow of air as a martial art form, a water-bender controls the flow of water as a martial art form, and so on. Aang was born an air-bender, while Prince Zuko was born a fire-bender. 59ce067264