I know that MacFarlane wants to keep things "easy" on The Orville, but Billy Joel 400 years from now is about as likely as our going to clubs to dance gigues to clavichord music. And if you've never heard of these, that's my point: our music will be all but forgotten, and we can't even imagine what music will be like then.
Every week FaselHD puts out an early version of Vikings with Arabic subtitles, which is ok for those non-Arabic speakers who just can't wait; the regular streams start about the end of the actual US broadcast, 10PM. About 11 hours ago, the robot geniuses that are HaiShi5ei and Matrilinear started posting Openload links to The Flash here, not noticing of course that these aren't even the same as their Vidoza, etc. links. Bad, bad robots...
I have to agree with the fact that tonia1 work hard to bring stuff, she does it when someone ask. me i'm not an uploader, but if i was i would probably do the same... I have a question not about this but i just want to know witch source load faster? Because i tryed a lot and all the one that i tryed doesn't load fast.. They actually only load when the videos are playing. So i have to download these episode to watch them because it take a lot less time like that.
I look at HaiShi5ei's 720p & 1080p links first, but not everybody wants files that big. I even defended him/her a long time ago when there was an unbelievable growth of robot posts; his/her first Openload posts are good (but slow) UNLESS there's something wrong with the stream (which happens a couple of times a month) and then there is no way to reach him/her to correct them; he/she & Matrilinear will just react to each other on & on. That's why you need a human who--eventually-- reads these posts; there are four I trust & none works harder to bring new (or new old) stuff in than Tonia1. And I don't think the humans really copy much; they all use pretty much the same sources, but are slower than 'bots in converting and other prepping.
i don't use her links but sometime when there are bad links or links that are a copy of another episode i look at her links and it's the same as others.. Tonia1 isn't really different from others.. and Haishi5ei is usualy the 1st to upload links so how can he copy anyway? I mentionned haishi5ei because i use his links almost all the time and they are great links without virus btw
Nope the episode that starts with ''Molly'' is Season 4 - Episode 16 'Empathy: http://vshare.eu/w9a2copsyj19.htm, so there is still no links for season 5 episode 11 here. The re-aired the Season 4 - Episode 16 'Empathy, last week and the uploaders have uploaded this episode here.. don't know why tho
I found out what happened--the episode that starts with "Molly" walking on the waterfront is named "Vindicta" and because of the Presidential address either was not shown on the 8th in all of the US, so the network aired it again on the 15th. That didn't stop the streaming internationally though, so that's what you saw. Just what episode(s) this site put up last week then is a mystery, since the IMDb says there was no new episode on the 8th.
@Kruciphix--If you'll click on the latest haiShi5ei Openload link for 511 and then the latest haiShi5ei Openload link for 510, you'll see that they're not the same. And two places I looked had the same episode for 511 as here. If they both look familiar to you, maybe seeing episodes early is your mutant power...
btw last week was episode 11.. I looked at the trailer for episode 11 on youtube and it's the trailer for the episode of last week... So next episode should be episode 12 witch will air next week.... The episode 11 aired a week earlier don't know why
I tried watching season 1 and season 2 and GAVE UP! I was lost and it made no sense to me. But, when I found out the 3rd season was filming here in my hometown, I couldn't wait for season 3 to air! WOW, this 3rd season is good and of course I didn't watch the first 2 seasons so I really can't compare it with the other 2 seasons. But so far, I don't feel lost and the story line is easy to follow too. I think the writer/producer (one in the same) understood that the 2nd season was not stellar and made strides to write this 3rd season with more clarity. Also, he graduated from the University of Arkansas and knows northwest Arkansas rather well and so far, his writing has been good. Also gives an insight to how state and local police operated in 1980 and Ali managed to convince him to change the character Hayes from a white officer to a black officer and how detectives of color were treated in the 80's-90's. Well worth watching and I've said many times that the Brits know how to write crime drama, well this crime drams fits right in with any British crime drama.
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This series has challenged one British family to dine through the decades, lifting the cooking pot lid on how eating habits for UK households have changed dramatically since World War II. For two-and-a-half months last summer, the Robshaw family rolled back the years to find out exactly how they would have eaten as a family living in each of the post-war decades in the 20th century. The results, to be screened later this month on BBC2's Back in Time for Dinner programme, were fascinating - if not occasionally stomach churning. Stepping into a different dining room for each decade, the Robshaws - dad Brandon, mum Rochelle and children Miranda, 17; Rosalind, 15 and Fred 10 - lived through how menus have changed.