Lady Gaga to Adele: Grammy fashion moments Though unusually staid, fashion-wise, the Grammys had a few memorable moments. CeeLo Green showed up Sunday in Los Angeles as a metallic gold something with a strange headpiece and tunic to match. And Lady Gaga, fresh from the Super Bowl, donned tiny black ... 02/12/2017 - 6:05 pm | View Link
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In "The Other Side," Dwight was the shadowy figure creeping on Rosita (Christian Serratos) as she left The Sanctuary, and we know that because it was confirmed at the end of "Something They Need," when Rosita showed Rick (Andrew Lincoln) that she brought Dwight back to Alexandria.
People were understandably not too thrilled to see him -- especially Daryl (Norman Reedus), who had to be held back when he blew up in a fit of rage (remember, Dwight stole his bike!) -- given his past.
Let's see, he killed Denise, pointed a crossbow in Daryl's face, stood by Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) as he went back-to-back dingers on Abraham's and Glenn's heads, shot Daryl, and more as Negan's right-hand man.
Dwight is pretty sick of Negan's s***, as we saw in the Dwight-centric episode "Hostiles and Calamities," which laid out Dwight's wavering allegiance to Master Negan due to their rocky relationship regarding Dwight's ex-wife.
Even before Emma (Jennifer Morrison) accidentally stumbled onto his engagement ring for her and prompted the proposal he wasn't sure he'd make, he'd been beating himself up for having killed David (Josh Dallas)'s father in another lifetime.
Either he keeps his dirty secret to himself and lets his conscience eat away at him 'til the end of time, or he reveals the truth to her and her family and risks losing everything and everyone he cares about.
Instead of rushing after her or confronting her family with his dark truth, Hook asks Nemo if he can set sail with him to clear his head in the ocean air on the Nautilus instead.
 it's not just Robin's life at stake here; the Evil Queen would happily destroy everyone Regina loves to get back at her because her thirst for revenge will never be satisfied.
Seeing a shard of mirror on the floor reminds her of that revelation she had with her dad on that day so long ago, though, and she decides to try another course of action on for size.
Since it's not against rules to alter her future, as she's technically not a permanent resident of the Storybrooke story, Henry's able to write her a new ending and shoots her off to wherever the winds will take her.
"Love can save even the darkest souls, you just have to believe in it," she says, before walking away, blissfully unaware that her daughter's engagement was called off or that Hook killed her father-in-law once upon a
Huayi Brothers Media, one of China’s leading film studios, says it will renew and expand its relationship with Hollywood’s STX Entertainment. The stance was expressed by Huayi co-chief James Wang at the Boao conference in Hainan and was reported by Bloomberg. “We’d like to renew and deepen our cooperation with STX beyond slate financing,” said Wang
Warning: Full spoilers for the episode below.
Two episodes in, it's all the more clear that Into the Badlands is in better shape for Season 2. The scope is larger, there's more variety in terms of both locales and character conflicts, and the show seems even more willing to deliver its unique brand of hyper-violent martial arts.