Episode Episodic

Episodes

Meanings and phrases

several episodes

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  • (After several episodes, the ratings did increase.)
  • He wrote several episodes of the series, and also directed many.
  • Chun Hyang or Chun'yan appears in several episodes of the anime "".

new episodes

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  • These new episodes premiered on October 22, 2018.
  • Fox aired two new episodes during November 2007.
  • The series returned for a total of 30 new episodes in 2005.

few episodes

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  • Most student characters appear only in a few episodes.
  • – was cast for the first few episodes of the new season.
  • The first few episodes aired at 9.00pm, the later ones at 9.30pm.

list of episodes

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  • List of All Dogs Go to Heaven episodes This is a list of episodes from "".
  • episodes This is a list of episodes of the 1962–67 ABC war drama "Combat!".
  • List of Scruff episodes This is a list of episodes from the series "Scruff".

episodes aired

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  • The second set of six episodes aired spring 2011.
  • The first twenty episodes aired weekdays at 10pm/9c.
  • The ten episodes aired in July and August 2008.

ten episodes

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  • The ten episodes of the series were shot in 40 days.
  • aired for ten episodes, beginning on 19 January 2013.
  • The ten episodes aired in July and August 2008.

other episodes

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  • Therefore, Cliff brings them again in other episodes.
  • All other episodes were a half-hour in length.
  • He appears in two other episodes in the first two series.

first two episodes

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  • The first two episodes premiered on Netflix on May 4, 2018.
  • On September 7, 2016, FX released the first two episodes of "Atlanta" on YouTube for free.
  • Turok is an evil sorcerer that is featured in the first two episodes, and the season one finale.

later episodes

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  • was sponsored by Post Honeycomb for later episodes in Season 1.
  • In later episodes, Andy Parker's Plainsmen replaced the Texas Rangers.
  • Faye Valentine, Edward Wong, and Ein joined the crew in later episodes.

episodes were produced

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  • Ten episodes were produced but only seven aired.
  • 28 episodes were produced between 2011 and 2014.
  • A total of 15 episodes were produced and aired.

more episodes

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  • It only lasted five more episodes.
  • No other musical guest on the series was involved in more episodes.
  • In January 2014, Limoilou residents witnessed more episodes of red dust.

thirteen episodes

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  • So far there have been thirteen episodes produced:
  • The final set of thirteen episodes was broadcast in 1972.
  • A second set of thirteen episodes was broadcast in Fall 2009.

all episodes

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  • On July 23, 2019, all episodes of the drama were leaked online.
  • The release included all episodes of the series, but no special features.
  • A list of all episodes ( in German, and called folgen) can be found here at www.swr.de.

early episodes

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  • Many early episodes relate to Australian cases (e.g.
  • He wrote several early episodes of "Zagor" (issues #6–10, 13–14).
  • In early episodes, it was often Gordon introducing and concluding the program.

many episodes

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  • This can be seen in many episodes.
  • Montgomery introduced each episode and also acted in many episodes.
  • He became a supervising producer, and has written many episodes since then.

number of episodes

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  • CBS ordered an unnamed number of episodes of the series.
  • "Enterprise" also featured inspection pods in a small number of episodes.
  • A select number of episodes were released on VHS by Columbia TriStar Home Video.

episodes were released

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  • Seven episodes were released on October 13, 2017.
  • The first 9 episodes were released on DVD in the UK.
  • However, only the unaired episodes were released on tape.

previous episodes

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  • Also unlike the previous episodes it is not available for Linux or PS3.
  • Club gave the episode a B, preferring the four previous episodes over it.
  • Likewise, "Big Bang Night in Canada" also plays reruns of previous episodes.

episodes each

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  • The network aired two seasons of seven episodes each.
  • Two series of six episodes each were made.
  • Six episodes each season, when an order was usually for 24 or 26.

television episodes

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  • The rink has served as a location for several films and television episodes.
  • "The Atlantic" named "4,722 Hours" one of the best television episodes of 2015.
  • She was also credited for stories on several television episodes in the 1950s and 1960s.

multiple episodes

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  • He wrote and produced multiple episodes while working on the series.
  • There are multiple episodes, ranging from campgrounds to outer space.
  • He worked on "NYPD Blue" for 11 years, during which he directed multiple episodes.

most episodes

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  • Coca-Cola products are seen or mentioned in most episodes.
  • He also appeared in most episodes of the ATV series "Hine" (1971).
  • Though most episodes have a mini challenge, select episodes do not.

twelve episodes

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  • In total, twelve episodes were made and broadcast.
  • The first of twelve episodes debuted July 12, 2007.
  • One series of twelve episodes was made.

remaining episodes

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  • The remaining episodes would be completed between 2017 and 2018.
  • The remaining episodes include:
  • The remaining episodes were compiled in the second volume and released two weeks later.

best episodes

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  • "Marge vs. the Monorail" has frequently been selected in lists of the show's best episodes.
  • Nigro cited "Breaking Out Is Hard to Do", "Petarded" and "Perfect Castaway" as the season's best episodes.
  • The episode is cited as a favorite by crew members and reviewers, and is widely regarded as one of the best episodes of the series.

various episodes

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  • The window depicts various episodes in the lives of Guénolé and Ronan.
  • Five DVD sets have been released featuring various episodes of the series.
  • The background of his character is complicated, but can be pieced together from various episodes.

episodes of season

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  • On few episodes of season 2 in "", Dora and her friends can talk to the animals.
  • Four episodes of season five were released on 15 September 2008 through the iTunes Store.
  • On March 22, 2019, the eight remaining episodes of season one were released online and on demand.

directed episodes

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  • He also directed episodes of that series.
  • He has also directed episodes of "Urban Gothic", "Teachers", and "Hustle".
  • He also directed episodes of "Power Rangers Samurai" and "Power Rangers Dino Charge".

episodes were broadcast

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  • The two episodes were broadcast in November 1974.
  • A further 13 episodes were broadcast later in 2009.
  • A total of ninety episodes were broadcast.

subsequent episodes

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  • Neil does not appear in any subsequent episodes.
  • He also performed "Vimata" and "Hamogela" in subsequent episodes.
  • But keep your head down," foreshadows Gaeta's actions in subsequent episodes.

first three episodes

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  • For the first three episodes Krieger did not speak.
  • The first three episodes revisited the first series.
  • Saulnier was expected to direct the first three episodes of the season.

final episodes

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  • First seen in the episode "Dirty Girls", she plays a small role in the final episodes of Season Seven.
  • The Pillow Head Hour originated on June 4, 2005, to promote the final episodes of "Jackie Chan Adventures."
  • In November 2019, the Seven Network announced the show had been axed with final episodes screening in 2020.

special episodes

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  • This special began a trend of bonus Scooby-Doo "special episodes" on various DVDs.
  • The studio sets used are as follow: In some special episodes, the 2 hosts will go outdoors.
  • These episodes are sometimes described in United States television commercial parlance as very special episodes.

episodes between

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  • A timeline of all the El Niño episodes between 1900 and 2019.
  • In this recurring role, he appeared semi-regularly in 101 episodes between 1970 and 1975.
  • His role as Oliver spanned a total of twelve episodes between Season 1 and Season 2 of the series.

appeared in episodes

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  • Harry Patch appeared in episodes 4 and 6, Henry Allingham appeared in episode 4.
  • Lakey has also appeared in episodes of "Ashes to Ashes", "New Tricks", "Casualty" and "The Bill".
  • Thompson appeared in episodes of "Jeremiah", "Tru Calling" and the mini-series "Living With the Dead".

additional episodes

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  • A second season went into production soon on 22 additional episodes.
  • The additional episodes were expected to premiere in the fall of 2018.
  • On November 1, 2016, NBC ordered three additional episodes, increasing the first season order to 16.

episodes during

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  • Fox aired two new episodes during November 2007.
  • She contributed two episodes during the show's only season.
  • Frost would pen a further six episodes during the second season.

episodes were aired

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  • in 2nd season 28 episodes were aired on Geo TV.
  • A total of 20 episodes were aired during this period.

following episodes

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  • It became more central in the following episodes.
  • They continued their feud over the following episodes.
  • Original air dates of following episodes are not actual premiere dates for some television stations of the United States, like KTUU-TV from Anchorage, Alaska.

episodes produced

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  • So far there have been thirteen episodes produced:
  • It ran for one year, with 100 episodes produced.
  • There were 16 original episodes produced for the 1975–76 season.

first episodes

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  • This was considerably lower than previous first episodes.
  • These were the first episodes to be broadcast by the ABC in colour.
  • The shuttle rocket was too expensive to build for the first episodes.

earlier episodes

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  • The theme tune was composed by Mark Sayer-Wade, who also provided the background music for earlier episodes.
  • References to fire were cut from earlier episodes — even the original master tapes were altered permanently.
  • In earlier episodes, assorted topics were posted to the pane and a final subject was revealed through a rebus.

first four episodes

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  • The first four episodes premiered on Crunchyroll on September 22, 2018.
  • The stream of "Oreimo" returned to ANN with the first four episodes on November 8, 2010.
  • Some reviewers did not review the entire series; Matthew Lee from Screen Anarchy reviewed the first four episodes.

episodes were made

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  • In total, twelve episodes were made and broadcast.
  • Eleven episodes were made before the series was cancelled.
  • 38 episodes were made in total, running from 1980 to 1988.

future episodes

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  • There are plans to see him in future episodes when he returns from university for holidays.
  • 3: The host gives closing sentiments and invites viewers to participate in future episodes.
  • While he does not make any future appearances, dialogue in future episodes makes it clear that he still resides in Sunnydale.

episodes before

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  • He wrote three episodes before its cancellation in May 2011.
  • She filmed 14 episodes before her exit.
  • It ran for just one series of six episodes before it was cancelled.

episodes per

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  • There are 13 episodes per season.
  • Together the team tackled 39 episodes per season for the run of the show.
  • From November 2005 two episodes per night were screened, at 6:05pm and 6:30pm.

episodes airing

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  • Westbrook reprised her role as Sam for four episodes airing between 30 June and 8 July 2016.
  • Since 2014, AXS TV has broadcast "The X Factor UK", with the episodes airing 24 hours after their respective UK broadcasts.
  • A subsequent interview in "Otonafami" magazine confirmed that only 30 episodes were filmed, with 31 episodes airing in total.

episodes were filmed

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  • These episodes were filmed at the London Palladium.
  • The last six episodes were filmed from May 29 till July 7, 2012.
  • Like the web series, much of the episodes were filmed on green screen.

all the episodes

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  • It contains all the episodes from "Work Sucks!"
  • ABC aired all the episodes filmed, and the plot was prematurely wrapped up in the final episode.
  • Conan O'Brien has said that of all the episodes of "The Simpsons" he wrote, this is his favorite.

further episodes

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  • She appeared in two further episodes first broadcast on 31 May to 1 June 2018.
  • The catchphrase was also referenced in multiple further episodes of "Drag Race" season ten.
  • In November and December two further episodes were each allocated to Paul Murphy and Douglas Mackinnon.

original episodes

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  • Over its two-year run, ABC aired 41 original episodes.
  • There were 16 original episodes produced for the 1975–76 season.
  • In all, 2,088 original episodes of "The Adventures of Superman" aired on American radio.

episodes featured

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  • episodes featured a talk show that parodied "Live!
  • In this series, some episodes featured the park or a park attraction.
  • Other episodes featured Flying Squad officers carrying out their daily duties.

first few episodes

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E.g.
  • – was cast for the first few episodes of the new season.
  • The first few episodes aired at 9.00pm, the later ones at 9.30pm.
  • The role of Ketcham was greatly reduced after the first few episodes.

episodes began

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  • Beginning with this cycle, episodes began to be aired once a week.
  • A second and final series consisting of seven episodes began in March 2003.
  • Production of the first episodes began in 1959, with the first episode released in 1965.

episodes featuring

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  • On "Superman" episodes featuring Batman, he played Bruce Wayne's butler, Alfred Pennyworth.
  • The season covered the 2018/19 summer of cricket and featured 11 episodes featuring all of the trio.
  • They aired four episodes featuring Marie-Luise Marjan, Armin Rohde, Christine Neubauer and Peter Maffay.

episodes later

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  • A couple of episodes later, the man reappears.
  • She returns as a guest character in "Lockdown", nine episodes later.
  • Two episodes later, in "Cabin Fever", the doctor is murdered and thrown overboard.

final two episodes

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  • The final two episodes were played in reverse order.
  • He turned to John Lloyd for help with the final two episodes of the first series.
  • The viewership peaked at 33.8% on the final two episodes, also broadcast back-to-back.

individual episodes

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  • When originally transmitted, the individual episodes had no on-screen titles.
  • Overall, as of July 2019, individual episodes have been downloaded more than 275 million times.
  • The revival began with two individual episodes, and then returned to the cliffhanger serial format.
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