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[S1E8] New Home New Life For Mom


His mother slaps him and walks away as they meet. She knows her new life is over. Lorenz is in high spirits to see the cows return as his brother Michi embraces him. The farm is saved, at least, for now.




[S1E8] New Home New Life for Mom


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Cameron goes back to the patient's home looking for pesticides. She finds an empty can of disulfoton, an insecticide, but the mother says it was empty and contained orange peel oil, but Chase insists they are right. The mother refuses treatment.


The second patient's mother and father say there are no pesticides in their home. The first patient's mother wants Chase off the case because he said he used drugs in high school. The team starts working on commonalities between the two patients. He finds out that they take the same bus to school.


Both patients improve and regain consciousness. The mother learns about the deception, but doesn't mind - she tells her son they're the arrogant jerks who saved his life. They trace the poison to stolen clothes that were stored in a truck that held the pesticide.


She later returns to the hospital to see House. She tells him she doesn't want to be treated because the brain damage makes her feel so good. He tells her that the damage to her cerebral cortex is permanent - she's "doomed to feel good for the rest of (her) life". She promises to come see him for a checkup once she's no longer contagious.


Max: Oh, would you cancel that chemo tomorrow? I want to try precision targeted therapy. Helen: Clinical trials? Max: Chemo is going to take the life out of me, and I want to keep running this hospital. I want to be there for Georgia and the baby. Helen: Max, we had a plan.Max: I don't want to be a patient. I just want to be myself. Helen: It's too big a risk. Max: It's a risk I have to take.


American Horror Story: Murder House is the first season of the FX horror anthology series American Horror Story. The season's theme is infidelity, and focuses on the plight of the Harmon family, Ben and Vivien, their daughter Violet and their dog Hallie, as they try to adjust to their new life in present-day Los Angeles, after Vivien has a miscarriage and Ben has an affair with one of his psychiatry students, Hayden McClaine. Violet, although originally upset about the move due to her being unable to make friends at her new school, begins to bond with the house, viewing it as a symbol of empowerment after she and her mother fought off home intruders. Violet also grows fond of one of her dad's therapy patients, who is being treated for psychosis, Tate Langdon. Ben and Vivien must endure the trials and tribulations of Ben's constant infidelity while Vivien is pregnant, prompting vengeful ex-mistress Hayden and overly maternal next-door neighbor and former resident of the house, Constance Langdon, to scheme to steal the children. The family soon learns that things are not how they seem when they begin encountering people whom they thought were dead in their house.


She returns in the eighth season, Apocalypse.[14] Following the events of "Afterbirth", Constance began noticing violent psychopathic tendencies in Michael, beginning with the killing of insects to eventually murdering his nanny at the age of three. One day, she entered Michael's bedroom to discover he had aged ten years overnight and now had the appearance of a teenager. When Constance was almost strangled to death by Michael in her sleep, she consulted the help of a Catholic priest, only for him to be murdered by Michael. With her dreams of motherhood shattered, Constance returned to the Murder House and committed suicide by overdose. She then became a spirit of the house and reunited with her children, Tate, Beau and an eyeless girl, Rose. She spends her time drinking, smoking and repeatedly forcing her maid Moira, with whom Constance has an intense grudge, to clean the house. When Madison and Behold Chablis visit the house, Constance tells them everything about Michael in exchange for removing Moira's spirit from the house. In the finale, after killing the priest, Constance forces Michael out of the home before he is run over multiple times by Mallory, thus preventing the apocalypse from occurring. Constance runs outside and Michael asks her to take him to the Murder House before he dies. Constance refuses and leaves him to die on the road, thus preventing her suicide.[6]


Lily decides to take Robin over to her apartment (which she herself has not been to in three months) while they are out, but when they get to Lily's apartment, they find that the landlady has passed away, and Lily's apartment is now a Chinese restaurant called Madame Chew's House of Dumplings. Lily even sees many of her personal belongings still there. Lily and Robin immediately head over to Ted and Marshall's apartment to explain the situation, and Ted tells Lily that she is welcome to live with them, "since you practically live here anyway." Barney warns Ted that things will change when Lily moves into the apartment, and that eventually she and Marshall will force him out of the apartment. Ted doesn't believe him, but after he finds "Shocky" (his very old coffee pot that always gave him an electrical jolt and makes the lights flicker when ever it gets plugged into an outlet) in the garbage and replaced by Lily's coffee pot, he begins to think Barney is right. He feels even more threatened when Marshall tells him he wants to hang Lily's painting where the two swords hang. In order to try to reclaim his territory, Ted begins to label all of his food and then orders a life-sized English phone booth for the apartment. He begins to argue with Marshall about who should get the apartment, which leads to a duel with the swords that hung on the wall. Both consider this duel awesome even though they are fighting for the apartment and mad at each other. Events become tragic when their coffee table collapses under Marshall's weight because one of the legs was put on with wood glue, and he stumbles backward and stabs Lily with the sword. After she is patched up at the hospital, Lily tells them that she doesn't want to live there once they are married because she feels that it is a manly environment.


Back at the listening station, Citizen Z meets the pilot of the Russian spacecraft: Yuri, a seemingly good-natured cosmonaut. They both have some Earl Grey tea as Yuri describes how life was rough on his space station and how he fled on an escape pod. They break out the vodka and toast to their survival.


Human Resources lets Amy keep her job -- she's not the only one who's complained about Dougie's behavior. Amy thanks Tyler for sticking up for her, but in the parking lot, Connie tells Amy that it was she who complained about Dougie because of his use of profanity. On the way home, Amy joins the union picket line.


  • 爾姝 UrsaBiographical informationNicknameNoriko (identity given to her by the Mother of Faces)NationalityHira'a, Fire NationEthnicityFire NationResidenceFire Nation Capital, Fire NationAgeLate 30s or early 40s in The Search[nb 1]Bornc. 64 AGPhysical descriptionEye colorGoldHair colorDark brownSkin colorLightPersonal informationGenderWomanLove interestsNoren (husband)

  • Ozai (separated husband)

  • AlliesMother of Faces, Iroh, Team AvatarEnemiesAzulon, OzaiPolitical informationProfessionMaster herbalist

  • Theater actress (formerly)

  • PositionFire Nation traitor (formerly, amnestied by Fire Lord Zuko)AffiliationFire Nation

  • Fire Nation Royal Family

  • Hira'a Acting Troupe (formerly)

Chronological informationFirst appearance"Zuko Alone" (flashback only)Last appearanceSmoke and Shadow Part ThreeVoiced byJen CohnImage gallery (48)Ursa was the wife of Ozai and later Noren, mother of Zuko, Azula, and Kiyi,[4] daughter of Jinzuk and Rina, and maternal granddaughter of Avatar Roku and Ta Min. She grew up in the Fire Nation village of Hira'a until she was forced by Fire Lord Azulon to marry the prince and heir to the throne of the Fire Nation, Ozai, in order to fulfill a prophecy that said that a royal descendant of Roku would bring great power to Azulon's own lineage. Many years later, when she learned that Azulon ordered her husband to murder their son, Zuko, and that Ozai intended to go through with it, she conspired against the Fire Lord, ensuring that her only son's life would be spared, and that Ozai would be crowned Fire Lord. This resulted in her subsequent banishment from the Fire Nation Capital for treason.[5] She returned to her hometown where she rekindled a relationship with her old boyfriend, who had changed his face and identity to Noren. In order to lead a normal life again, she went to see the Mother of Faces with Noren and requested that the spirit grant her an entirely new face and identity, though this also wiped clean all of her memories linked to her life with Ozai, including her children.


Later at night, she gleefully made her way home to tell her mother of Ikem's proposal, but she found her mother crying over Avatar Roku's headpiece. When she asked what was going on and where her father was, her mother told her he was in the greenhouse with a visitor. Before Ursa left the room, her mother emphasized that she loved her no matter what happened.


Upon entering the greenhouse, Ursa discovered that the guests about whom her mother had been talking were Fire Lord Azulon and his son, Prince Ozai. The Fire Lord complimented her beauty before mentioning a prophecy made by the Fire Sages that foretold a powerful lineage of rulers who would come forth from a marital union between a descendant of Avatar Roku and the Fire Lord's bloodline. Ozai then proposed to Ursa and she, without a choice in the matter, agreed. As Ursa was leaving town with her betrothed, Ikem blocked the carriage's path. She pleaded with Ozai to order his soldiers to stop from interfering, calling the prince "[her] love". He complied, and she stepped out from the carriage and told Ikem to go home. Despite his begging, Ursa told him that her decision could not be undone as Ozai's proposal had brought honor to her family. She made clear to Ikem that marrying Ozai was what she truly wanted and, with tears in her eyes, told him once more to go home, knowing that it was the only way to ensure his safety. Equally heartbroken, she left a devastated Ikem by the side of the road.[8] 041b061a72


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