After continuously failing to get a date for an upcoming dance, Cory mopes around with Shawn at Chubbie's. While he rants about it, a guy shows up and asks them to watch his guitar for a little bit. They agree, and a couple of girls soon appear, impressed that Cory and Shawn apparently have a band. Fortunately for them, when the real musician picks up his guitar, the girls just assume he's their roadie.
They decide that they have to milk this technique as much as possible, and hold tryouts for their new "band." Quite a few people show up, including one really talented guitar player that they quickly send away, knowing that he'd make them look bad. They decide on accepting a guy named Thor who can do nothing but pose, and another guy who poses while sticking out his tongue. Before they leave, Cory makes certain they know the band's credo: We never, ever play a note.
However, when Mr. Feeny announces that the Demon Seeds, the band supposed to play at the dance, has pulled out, Cory's adoring fans convince Feeny to let his band play instead. Later, Cory admits that he signed papers, causing their new band members to abandon them, so Cory gets some real band to play with them at the dance. However, when he tells them that they won't be paid, they leave Cory and Shawn to face the school dance.
Meanwhile, Cory's fake band has reminded Alan of the band he used to be in: The Tongues. Wanting to revisit his treasured memories, he buys audio equipment and invites everyone back for a reunion. However, much to his dismay, his old band mates have grown old, and they talk about life insurance and cheating on diets. Alan still convinces them to play a song, but while everyone else has talent, he realizes he has lost the little talent he used to have. He feels depressed until Amy informs him that she never cared about how good he was, and that she liked him for himself.
Cory and Shawn pretend that they're in a band so that they can impress girls. This inspires Alan to connect with his former bandmates. But while this creates some problems for him, Cory and Shawn face a bigger dilemma: they are accidentally booked as the entertainment for the school dance.
Former rock band of parent Alan Matthews (William Russ) on the "Band on the Run" episode (Nov. 11 1994) of sitcom Boy Meets World. His son Cory's (Ben Savage) fake band debacle (The Exits) inspires him to reunite his old band. They sing the Young Rascals "Good Lovin," in his living room, but Alan feels he's lost all his musical abilities over the years. His wife assures him he never had any.
The only reason i even knew about this series is because Turnpike was the music in it!!pretty damn sure ive heard Randy Rogers bands im there as well i swear i heard his voice!!!?me some reddirt turnipike troubadours used to play im my aunts bar like 2005ish and they are one of the BEST!!
Meanwhile, McDaniels began to have creative differences with his bandmates in Run-D.M.C., which by then, was well past its prime as a commercially successful hip-hop group. A longtime fan of artists such as The Beatles, Bob Dylan, and Harry Chapin, McDaniels wanted to move towards a slower, softer sound which suited his now troubled voice. Run wanted to continue with the aggressive, hard rock-edged, sound that the group was known for. These disagreements caused McDaniels to sit out most of the recording of Crown Royal (2001). He appeared on only three songs.
As of January 2015, McDaniels was working with the band Generation Kill on a project entitled DMC Generation Kill, to be produced by former Guns N' Roses guitarist Ron "Bumblefoot" Thal.
Starting in 2017 and continuing on an ongoing basis, DMC has joined the rock cover supergroup Royal Machines as a guest at their occasional concerts. Joining a revolving cast of celebrities in each lineup, including Dave Navarro, Billy Morrison, Sebastian Bach, Macy Gray, Fred Durst, DMC has performed covers of songs such as "Walk This Way", "Sweet Emotion", and "Black Betty" with the band.
The sonic device is then activated, causing both Homelander and Ryan to suffer in pain. As Homelander leaves to find the source of the sound, Becca and Butcher burst into the cabin and rescue Ryan. When Ryan asks who Butcher is, Becca calls him her husband. Homelander notices the sonic device has Vought branding on it and figures out the noise is a distraction and returns to the cabin. Butcher takes Becca and Ryan back to the group and tells everyone that the plan has changed and he can't separate Ryan and Becca anymore, instructing M.M. to take them to Mallory. He then reveals he made a deal with Stan Edgar that would separate the pair.
After Becca dies, Butcher struggles with his immediate desire to kill Ryan. However his thoughts are cut short by the arrival of Homelander. Homelander briefly attends to the still dying Stormfront, who is rambling in German, then calls out for Ryan to come near him. Instead, Ryan moves behind Butcher. Homelander taunts Butcher and moves to kill him, but he is stopped by Maeve's arrival. She shows him the recovered footage of the plane crash that Homelander and Maeve abandoned. Homelander replies that if she makes it public he will massacre the public. Maeve tells him that's fine with her, because it will mean no one will ever love him again. Shaken by this, Homelander freezes in place, and Butcher leaves with Ryan.
In the hospital parking lot, Meredith finds a zit on her forehead as Addison parks nearby and gets out. Addison sees Meredith fretting over her zit, and Meredith notices Addison watching. Addison waves her fingers to Meredith and Meredith awkwardly smiles and waves back. In the hospital hallway, Izzie and Alex are discussing their kiss at Joe's bar. Alex ends the discussion by telling Izzie that he plans to do it again and again, with tongue. Izzie seems pleased. Meredith puts a Hello Kitty bandage on her forehead zit.
Meredith is with a very lovely elderly couple. The husband, Jed, explains that his wife, Esme, hasn't been able to keep anything down, so he brought her in. Meredith diagnoses acute cholecystitis, meaning her gallbladder will need to come out.
In the elevator, Meredith teases George as he tries to track the girl down for Stu. He believes that something good might come out of this. He had thought Meredith was a romantic, and she says she was, past tense. Derek joins them in the elevator, and makes a comment about Meredith's cute bandage.
Don McLean, "American Pie" (marching band cover): When Butcher enters the Ciceros' restaurant, a cover of "American Pie" is the ambient music in the background. By a fun coincidence, this is the same chain of the restaurant The Boys kept Translucent captive under in season 1.
Neptune: Ren! Please don't go! Everyone knows you're the best at dancing in the whole school and if you don't choreograph the best dance then we'll never win the battle of the bands and be the coolest kids in the school!
Of course, our band of heroes aren't exactly going to take no for an answer, now are they? After all, they're about to go up against some well armed men in a helicopter. Axel assures Scarlett that they'll be leaving with some of those weapons, but first, why pass up a good meal?
Like SuperBand, SuperBand 2 invites indie musicians to collaborate and create original harmonies together as a band. Once each individual musicians pass the preliminary rounds, the contestants will form a band of their own choice and compete against each other in the battle rounds.
Since both shows are centered on coming-of-age stories, we just can't help but wonder if the older brother Fred initiated the younger brother Ben into Monkeemania, resulting in the band's reunion on Boy Meets World in 1995. However it went down, all this Monkeemania on 1990s family sitcoms is giving us flashbacks to that other nostalgic sitcom, The Brady Bunch, which famously found its star Marcia swooning over Davy Jones as a potential junior prom date.
After being forced to admit her dissociative amnesia to her ex-husband Jason last week and the legal eagle threatening to take full custody of their children, Marcella is left little choice but to look into her past to discover the root cause of her mysterious and violent episodes in a bid to cure herself. The cause, she seems ready to admit, being the cot death of her child Juliet.
Susan Hargrove returns home to find her daughter, Max, missing. She and her husband Neil ask her stepson Billy where she went, and Neil becomes violent when he dismisses them and decries Max as his sister, despite Susan's protests. He orders Billy to find her and leaves. Steve Harrington accidentally reveals to Max and Lucas Sinclair that Dustin Henderson kept d'Artagnan, leaving Lucas furious. As they argue over whether or not Lucas also broke the law of their group by telling Max the truth, Steve hears the screech of demogorgons and they all head towards the sound, identifying it as coming from the lab. Owens explains that someone needs to reboot the computer system to unlock the doors, and Bob Newby, the only one who knows BASIC, volunteers to go. Bob and Hopper take the ID and radio off a dead guard and Hopper gives him his gun, ordering him to come back to them if anything goes wrong. Bob tells him not to wait for him if he gets the doors open.
VJ: And we walked in and the table was set for royalty, her best linen, her best china, her best crystal. The aroma of the southern food was, was almost crippling it was as it circled our noses. And her neighbors had come and put on nice sundresses and their husbands had cleaned up and they welcomed us and then we joined hands and, and her husband gave the grace and he said this unforgettable sentence which was, "Lord, way down here in Tattnall County, we can't join the NAACP, but thanks to your bountiful blessings, we can feed the NAACP lawyers."
MG: Hollowell is trying to get King's case thrown out but the problem is the King is no longer in Atlanta; he's vanished. In Maurice Daniels' documentary, Hollowell's wife, Louise, talks about what happened when her husband went to retrieve King from the county jail only to be confronted by the warden. 781b155fdc