Episode six put yourself in my place - Van Helsing Season 2 Episode 5 Review: Save Yourself

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The budding relationship she has with Julius continues to develop into one of the most compelling storylines, especially when we consider how far he’s come and how far he’s willing to go to protect Vanessa. It’s especially revealing when she convinces him to stay behind and help protect the Johnsons, a request he thankfully ignores indicating that he’s quickly learning to read her subconscious wishes. However, he’s not the only one able to see beneath the veneer she’s placed around her. Even Troy recognizes that despite her insistence that she wants to be alone, Vanessa too “needs somebody.”

For more than half a century the battle of ideas will rage. From the totalitarian socialist systems to the fascist states, from the independent nations of the developing world to the mixed economies of Europe, and the regulated capitalism of the United States, government planning will gradually take over the commanding heights.

Rachel Green flees her wedding day and seeks out childhood friend Monica Geller , a New York City chef. They become roommates, and Rachel joins Monica's social circle of single people in their mid-20s: struggling actor Joey Tribbiani , business professional Chandler Bing , masseuse and musician Phoebe Buffay , and newly divorced paleontologist Ross Geller , Monica's older brother. To support herself, Rachel becomes a waitress at Central Perk, a Manhattan coffeehouse where the group often hangs out; when not there, the six are usually at Monica and Rachel's nearby West Village apartment, or Joey and Chandler's across the hall.

What? When the big final battle takes place, they’re almost entirely fighting regiments of DROIDS. The term “battle-hardened” refers to someone who has been through numerous wars and conflicts and has had their sensitivities, resilience, and training steeled over as a result. Usually this person is pretty valuable in a fight. “Battle-hardened” would be appropriate if you were referring to like, a human, or some other type of carbon-based life form that could experience things like fear, pain, or emotion. But these are FUCKING ROBOTS. The most “life-like” thing they do is say “Roger, roger” back to the giant computer that probably controls them. They’re not the fucking Uruk-hai.

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