Finally Sarah Michelle Gellar is back!!
And she still knows how to die in style!
In her new CW series, “Ringer,” Gellar plays Bridget, a haunted young woman with a history of addiction. She also plays her own twin, Siobhan, a NYC socialite, with secrets. Set in a tense, stylish version of Manhattan, the show has the look of another CW favorite, “Gossip Girl,” if Gossip Girl had more guns and less shoes.
The show kicks off when Bridget runs away from her life to see Siobhan for the first time in five years… and then Siobhan appears to off herself by jumping in the ocean while Bridget’s asleep on the boat. Naturally, there’s nothing to do but for Bridget to assume Siobhan’s identity.
With a show like this, it’s less about how many questions are raised than about how many of those questions you actually want to know the answer to. “Ringer” raises about a thousand questions, and luckily, most of them are interesting.
Continue watching ringer on the CW Tuesdays at 9
Cassie Blake was a happy, normal teenage girl – until her mother Amelia dies in what seemed to be a tragic accidental fire. Orphaned and deeply saddened, Cassie moves in with her warm and loving grandmother, Jane. In the beautiful small town of Chance Harbor, Washington – the town her mother left so many years before – where the residents seem to know more about Cassie than she does about herself. As Cassie gets to know her high school classmates, including sweet-natured Diana and her handsome boyfriend Adam, brooding loner Nick, mean-girl Faye and her sidekick Melissa, weird and frightening things begin to happen. When her new friends explain that they are all descended from powerful witches, and they’ve been waiting for Cassie to join them and complete a new generation of the Secret Circle, Cassie refuses to believe them – until Adam shows her how to unlock her amazing magical powers. But it’s not until Cassie discovers a message from her mother in an old leather-bound book of spells hidden in her mother’s childhood bedroom, that she understands her true and dangerous destiny. What Cassie and the others don’t yet know is that darker powers are at play, powers that might be linked to the adults in the town, including Diana’s father and Faye’s mother – and that Cassie’s mother’s death might not have been an accident.
First, Ethen and Emma, they are amazing together!! Ethen has really over-reacted and needs to forgive her! Now Char is going to be on Ethen about the whole Emma thing.. and also what is Thayer gonna do?! This could end badly for the girls because Thayer is annoyed at Sutton… and speaking of Sutton, who do you think could have grabbed her?! was it that lady in the place that she spoke to or is it another phsyco person..? that scared the hell out of me!! Thayer wants Sutton to be gone and when he goes back she will be but she will actually be stuck somewhere unknown.. oooh i wanna see the next one!
Thursday night, The Vampire Diaries took us into the woods, as Klaus attempted to make his own army and Stefan came to his brother’s rescue. Showing Damon maybe there is a chance of saving his brother.
Next Thursday, meanwhile, the show will take you back to Chicago in the 1920s. As teased in the following promo, Klaus will be looking to awaken the true ripper inside his road trip teammate, while Caroline will be dealing with her own problem in the present day: a vampire-hating father who wants to “fix” his daughter.
Units of Volume
1 tablespoon (tbs.) = 0.5 fluid ounce (fl. oz.)**
1 tablespoon = 3 teaspoons (tsp.)
1 cup (c.) = 8 fluid ounces
1 pint (pt.) = 2 cups = 16 fluid ounces
1 quart (qt.) = 2 pints = 32 fluid ounces
1 gallon (gal.) = 4 quarts = 128 fluid ounces
1 gallon ≈* 231 cubic inches ≈* 0.1337 cubic foot
Units of Weight
1 pound (lb.) = 16 ounces (oz.)**
1 ton (T) = 2,000 pounds
Units of Time
1 minute (min.) = 60 seconds (sec.)
1 hour (hr.) = 60 minutes
1 day = 24 hours
1 week = 7 days
1 year (yr.) = 52 weeks
1 year = 12 months
1 year = 365 days
Units tell us two important things about the object being measured—what is being measured and its size. Are you measuring capacity, weight, length, or temperature? And how big, heavy, long, or hot is the object? For each type of measurement, you must use an appropriate unit of measurement. For example, you might use grams to measure weight, liters to measure capacity, degrees to measure temperature, feet to measure height, and so on.
Today, there are two major systems of measurement. The U.S. customary system is used in everyday life in the United States. The following are the types of measurements used most frequently in the United States:
Units of Length
1 foot (ft.) = 12 inches (in.)
1 yard (yd.) = 3 feet = 36 inches
1 mile (mi.) = 1,760 yards = 5,280 feet
1 square foot (ft.2) = 144 square inches (in.2)
1 square yard (yd.2) = 9 square feet
1 square mile (mi.2) = 640 acres = 3,097,600 square yards
1 acre (A) = 4,840 square yards = 43,560 square feet
1 cubic foot (ft.3) = 1,728 cubic inches (in.3) ≈* 7.48 gallons
1 cubic yard (yd.3) = 27 cubic feet
my Fav. Quote from this weeks episode?
Klaus: The wrong villagers picked a fight at the tavern!! WOW!!
I cannot stop watching previews for this weeks episode of the vampire diaries. My mind circles around thoughts like ” is bonnie going to die?” ” is bonnie going to kill klaus” ” why did elena slap damon?” although she does this every week!
Expecting Klaus to show up at the dance, Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Alaric (Matt Davis) attend as chaperones, but Klaus is playing a complicated game that keeps them on edge. Finally, Damon comes up with a new plan of action that shocks and upsets everyone.