Episode

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first episode   (最初のエピソード)

The first episode was transmitted on 21 July 1990.

The first episode is set to air on April 20, 2016.

The first episode premiered on AMC on June 2, 2019.

final episode   (最後のエピソード)

with Shania Twain"s final episode, "Endless Love".

between 2007 and its final episode on 29 March 2008.

The series' final episode aired on May 23, 1999.

pilot episode   (パイロットエピソード)

The pilot episode was also directed by Silberling.

The pilot episode was filmed in November 2011.

The pilot episode was aired on June 15, 2019.

each episode   (各エピソード)

The winners of each episode are listed in bold.

In each episode, a celebrity traces their family tree.

Carl's actions escalate with each episode.

gave the episode   (エピソードを与えた)

"Xenaville" gave the episode a score of 9/10 stars.

"TV Fanatic" gave the episode a 4.2 out of 5 stars.

second episode

Spencer is named as Eddie in the second episode, "Dr.

She appeared in the second episode of the ninth season.

Reviews for the second episode were generally positive.

episode aired   (エピソードが放映されました)

The episode aired July 11, 2004 on the USA Network.

The series' final episode aired on May 23, 1999.

The first episode aired on Tuesday 16 December 2014.

last episode   (最後のエピソード)

Its last episode was released December 12, 2016.

The last episode in which he is seen is "Tough Love".

The last episode was titled as "Happy Ending".

episode was written

The episode was written and storyboarded and Aleks Sennwald.

The episode was written by Jon Vitti and directed by Rich Moore.

The episode was written by Carol Kolb and directed by Kat Coiro.

episode received

The episode received generally positive attention.

The episode received positive reviews from critics.

previous episode

After finishing the previous episode, "Helen Keller!

The episode was down in viewership from the previous episode.

The episode saw a decrease in viewership from the previous episode.

third episode

The third episode of the series had a 'waste' theme.

William Hartnell did not appear in the third episode.

His name and gender are unknown until the third episode.

every episode

He is assisted in every episode by a sergeant.

At the end of every episode, one contestant is evicted.

Vendetta appeared in every episode except for episode 14.

fourth episode

The fourth episode was watched by 385,000 viewers.

The fourth episode aired on October 19, 2012.

Reviews for the fourth episode were positive.

episode overall   (エピソード全体)

It is the 127th episode overall.

It is the eleventh episode of the second season of the series and the twenty ninth episode overall.

is the fourth episode of the eighth season of the CBS sitcom "How I Met Your Mother", and the 164th episode overall.

per episode

There is typically one Clarence movie per episode.

Danson's reported salary was actually $250,000 per episode.

McCreary composes on average 30 minutes of music per episode.

premiere episode   (プレミアエピソード)

The premiere episode received mixed reviews.

The premiere episode was first screened at WonderCon on March 30.

Sue Simmons will guest star in the season premiere episode as herself.

episode titled

in a 2nd season episode titled "The Galatea Affair".

He appears in the episode titled "La última conjura".

It includes a memorial episode titled "Is Lupin Still Burning?"

season episode

in a 2nd season episode titled "The Galatea Affair".

In addition he appeared in "Blood Relatives," a first season episode of the series "Millennium".

He also played the role of Vice Admiral Marcus Holt in the "" seventh season episode "Interface".

episode features

The episode features numerous cultural references.

The episode features a kiss between Michael and Oscar.

One episode features an appearance by H.R.

fifth episode

Reviews for the fifth episode were somewhat mixed.

The fifth episode was aired on October 23, 2012.

The fifth episode aired on Saturday, 28 March at 8:20 PM.

episode featured

The first episode featured Elton John as the guest.

The debut episode featured Sandy Dennis as Joan of Arc.

Each episode featured voice-over narration by Peter Lawford.

episode of season

The first episode of season 8 was broadcast on April 14, 2019.

Hugh Laurie directed the 17th episode of season six, "Lockdown".

In 1994, she guest-starred in the first episode of season 3 of "".

special episode

A Comic Relief special episode was also broadcast.

A special episode, dubbed as "You Got It!

A special episode, Burnistoun Goes To Work was televised in 2016.

rated the episode

Club", rated the episode an A− on an A to F scale.

Den of Geek rated the episode 4 out of 5 stars.

Stiernberg rated the episode a 6.8 out of 10.

episode was watched   (エピソードが視聴されました)

The fourth episode was watched by 385,000 viewers.

The episode was watched by 1.976 million viewers.

The episode was watched by 2.24 million viewers.

during the episode

Patients with NES are conscious during the episode.

She debuted on-screen during the episode airing on 15 October 1987.

Brody departed the show during the episode broadcast on 10 June 2019.

episode ends

The episode ends with Richie punching Eddie in the face.

The episode ends with Richie punching Eddie off the roof.

sixth episode

While Quinn Fry joined the cast in the sixth episode.

The sixth episode aired on Saturday, 4 April at 7:55 PM.

Reviews for the sixth episode were positive.

following episode

The team defeated The Ring Rydas on the following episode.

On the following episode of "SmackDown!

Shane explained his actions on the following episode of "SmackDown!"

episode was broadcast

The third blind audition episode was broadcast on .

The sixth blind audition episode was broadcast on .

The first blind audition episode was broadcast on .

next episode

The next episode, "How About a Cup of Tea?

The pair sleep together in the next episode, "The Harsh Light of Day".

The next episode, "Sacrifice of Angels" is a sequel to this two-parter.

same episode

The gardens at Snowshill Manor featured in the same episode.

Noel Pearson appears as an interviewee later in the same episode.

In the same episode, various songs by Dexys Midnight Runners are featured.

seventh episode

The seventh episode aired on Saturday, 11 April at 9:15 PM.

is the seventh episode in the first season of the FX series "Atlanta".

In the second season, she was allowed to direct "Veritas", the seventh episode.

episode broadcast

"Redshirt Blues" aired in an episode broadcast September 16, 2001.

Brody departed the show during the episode broadcast on 10 June 2019.

She first appeared on-screen during the episode broadcast on 20 April 2018.

best episode

The "Times" marks this as the best episode of the series.

Screen Rant called it the best episode of the 13th season.

On Twitter, Denman later called the episode "Roy's best episode!"

eighth episode

The eighth episode aired on November 13, 2012.

He was eliminated in the eighth episode, placing 7th overall.

The eighth episode experienced technical difficulties with audio.

episode entitled

"Remedy" was used in the "Dollhouse" episode entitled "Belle Chose".

Her "Bonanza" role on the episode entitled "Tommy" was that of Allie Miller.

On October 24, 2019, a special episode entitled "What Is The Scariest Thing?"

ninth episode

The ninth episode aired on November 20, 2012.

As in the source novel, Ned is beheaded in the ninth episode of season 1, "Baelor".

Artist guest starred as Todd Connors in the ninth episode of the FX horror anthology series "".

another episode   (別のエピソード)

So in theory, the 100th episode would just be another episode of the series.

Afterwards, she appeared in another episode of the same series aired in 2007.

She returned to another episode of the show's fifth season in the following year.

episode was directed

This episode was directed by Lesli Linka Glatter.

The episode was directed by Swinton O. Scott III.

The episode was directed by Steven Dean Moore.

called the episode

On Twitter, Denman later called the episode "Roy's best episode!"

He called the episode "lackluster".

Borstein called the episode "kind of my homage to Hillary Clinton."

praised the episode

Many praised the episode's humor and the dynamic between Jim and Pam, and Jim and Dwight.

Club in 2008, praised the episode for containing moments that were concise, funny, and character defining.

Alan Sepinwall from Uproxx praised the episode, but complained about uneven pacing of the episode and season in general.

episode was released

The first episode was released on November 27, 2014.

Its last episode was released December 12, 2016.

Another OVA episode was released on September 26, 2012.

single episode

a single episode with permanent remission.

Minnette's first role was a single episode of "Drake & Josh".

McKinnon often plays multiple characters in a single episode.

tenth episode

The segments featuring Tompkins and comedians were dropped after the tenth episode.

Mullally was absent from the seventh episode, "What a Dump", and the tenth episode, "Of Mice and Men".

Homer's Night Out "Homer's Night Out" is the tenth episode of "The Simpsons"<nowiki>'</nowiki> first season.

overall episode   (全体的なエピソード)

It is the 79th and 80th overall episode of the series.

It is the 41st overall episode of the series and is written by Brian Reich and directed by Jay Karas.

It is the 54th overall episode of the series and is written by Matt Murray and directed by Eric Appel.

penultimate episode   (最後から2番目のエピソード)

Rogers also voiced the same character in the penultimate episode opener "A.A.R.M.".

"Star Trek"s penultimate episode, the last in a regular time slot, had aired on March 14, 1969.

In the penultimate episode of "Breaking Bad", called "Granite State", Sorkin is briefly referenced.

episode airing

She debuted on-screen during the episode airing on 15 October 1987.

The character debuted on-screen in the episode airing on 12 October 2006.

The character debuted on-screen during the episode airing on 20 November 2008.

episode begins

The episode begins with Lister playing video games.

The fourth episode begins with Gabe and Dr.

The episode begins on March 3, 1946.

watched the episode   (エピソードを見ました)

In the UK, an audience of 1.30 million watched the episode.

13.161 million American viewers watched the episode's premiere.

13.009 million American viewers watched the episode's premiere.

new episode

A new episode aired on Sunday 28 December 2014.

A new episode of "Immersion" premiered on June 17, 2011, after five months on hiatus.

A new episode debuts weekly on Monday afternoon and usually runs about 50–60 minutes in length.

episode premiered

The first episode premiered on AMC on June 2, 2019.

The episode premiered on February 15, 2001 on The WB.

The first episode premiered on March 11, 2018.

episode was viewed

With DVR factored in, the episode was viewed by 3.93 million viewers.

With DVR factored in, the episode was viewed by 4.01 million viewers with a 1.2 in the 18-49 demo.

With DVR factored in, the episode was viewed by 4.00 million viewers with a 1.2 in the 18–49 demo.

finale episode

In the finale episode, two killer games were played.

Kelly and Woody marry in the tenth season's finale episode.

was featured in the finale episode of CBS TV drama "Close to Home".

first episode aired

The first episode aired on Tuesday 16 December 2014.

The first episode aired on January 2, 1984.

The first episode aired on 15 October 2008.

opening episode

She pulled out of her appearance on the opening episode of the season.

The opening episode of season one broke the record for audience share for its time-slot.

He appeared in the opening episode of the second season of "Who Wants to Be a Superhero?"

episode featuring

The last episode featuring Rhys Jones was broadcast on 4 June 2016.

Season 2 premiered on April 13, 2013, with a special 90-minute episode featuring DMX.

The show had hour-long episodes with each episode featuring different adventures of Lucky.

episode was filmed

The pilot episode was filmed in November 2011.

The pilot episode was filmed in April 2012.

The episode was filmed between March 31 and April 7, 1993.

episode originally

The episode originally aired on September 14, 2008.

The episode originally aired on October 11, 2016.

The episode originally aired on NBC on October 4, 2012.

episode called

On February 28, 2004, Philbin guest-starred in a "" episode called "Drowsy".

He states in an episode called "Picture of Innocence" that his birthday is 20 April 1943.

The radio anthology series "Radio Tales" adapted the story into an episode called "Asteroid".

episode of series

The final episode of series one aired on 9 January 2009.

The sixth episode of series 3 was purported to be the programme's last.

It was first screened on 13 October 1981, as the final episode of series 1.

eleventh episode

It is the eleventh episode of the second season of the series and the twenty ninth episode overall.

The eleventh episode of the series is written by Tony Gayton and Joe Gayton, and directed by David Von Ancken.

Worst Episode Ever "Worst Episode Ever" is the eleventh episode of "The Simpsons"<nowiki>'</nowiki> twelfth season.

final episode aired

The series' final episode aired on May 23, 1999.

The series' final episode aired on February 14, 2013.

The final episode aired on September 24, 2010.

episode was aired

The first live episode was aired October 31, 2013.

The fifth episode was aired on October 23, 2012.

The episode was aired on TV on 14 February 2018.

debut episode

The debut episode featured Sandy Dennis as Joan of Arc.

The debut episode was W. Somerset Maugham's "The Letter".

This was the debut episode for Anggun as judge and mentor on the show.

series episode

In 2018, "Collider" ranked this episode the 16th best original series episode.

In 2018, "Collider" ranked this episode the 12th best original series episode.

The character's voice appears in the Constantine TV series episode "The Devil's Vinyl".

episode first

The episode first aired in broadcast syndication on November 9, 1987.

The character was introduced in the episode first broadcast on 14 November 2008.

The pilot episode first aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on May 1, 1999.

entire episode   (全エピソード)

The only actor in this entire episode is Mickey Rooney.

This occasionally provides a method for Felicity to narrate an entire episode.

The entire episode has since been known as `Krishna Lila` or Krishna's magical charm.

episode when   (エピソードが)

James L. Brooks "absolutely loved" this episode when O'Brien presented it.

It wasn't until after the second episode when the show grew out to be a hype.

At the end of the episode when it originally aired, Bam dedicated it to Brian.

television episode

It was also used in a 2008 television episode of "My Name Is Earl".

"Time" magazine named it the best overall television episode of any series in 2009.

316 (Lost) "316" is the sixth television episode of the fifth season of ABC's "Lost".

live episode

The first live episode was aired October 31, 2013.

On the October 23, 2008, live episode of "Impact!

On May 31, Daniels main evented a live episode of "Impact Wrestling", losing to A.J.

throughout the episode

Jason sarcastically apologizes to George throughout the episode.

Resentment is a recurring theme that develops throughout the episode.

She has a laughing problem throughout the episode, which secretly annoys Drake.

twelfth episode

In 2016, he also appeared in the twelfth episode of the first season of "Lady Dynamite".

The twelfth episode of the series is written by John Shiban, and directed by Adam Davidson.

is the twelfth episode of the first season of the American animated television series "Adventure Time".

episode originally aired

The episode originally aired on September 14, 2008.

The episode originally aired on October 11, 2016.

The episode originally aired on NBC on October 4, 2012.

during an episode

However, Kippel also recently reprised his role, during an episode of season 14.

Actress Melissa McCarthy lip synced the song during an episode of "Lip Sync Battle".

She was officially announced, during an episode of "Talking Dead", to have been cast.

episode received positive   (エピソードは肯定的)

The episode received positive reviews from critics.

later episode

He was never seen again and was mentioned only once in a later episode.

In a later episode, Gus O'Mally comes back from Arizona for one night and helps run the bar.

A later episode, "You Don't Have to Live Like a Referee", has the family visiting Brazil again.

viewers per episode

The show currently averages around six million viewers per episode.

Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of "Medium".

Seasonal rankings (based on average total viewers per episode) of "Numb3rs" on CBS.

episode title   (エピソードのタイトル)

Each episode title begins with the words "See Dad".

"Entertainment Weekly" later confirmed the episode title and its airdate.

The episode title is a reference to The Beatles song "Do You Want to Know a Secret?".

thirteenth episode   (第13話)

Kelly and Woody first meet in the thirteenth episode of the seventh season.

Naturama (Futurama) "Naturama" is the thirteenth episode of the seventh season of the animated sitcom "Futurama".

The song was also used in the Fourth Season of "One Tree Hill" the song plays in the thirteenth episode "Pictures of You".

awarded the episode

Club", Keith Phipps awarded the episode an "A−" rating.

He awarded the episode an 8.6 out of 10.

Club" awarded the episode a "B–".

episode received mixed

The episode received mixed reviews from critics.

The episode received mixed to positive reviews.

episode was seen

In its original broadcast, the episode was seen by approximately 8.4 million viewers.

In Britain, BBC One's airing of the episode was seen by 1.9 million people with a share of 11%.

In its original broadcast, the episode was seen by approximately 10 million viewers, finishing in 27th place in the ratings the week it aired.

only episode   (エピソードのみ)

This is the only episode in which nobody was captured by a Hunter.

This was the last original episode of "Star Trek" to air on NBC, and was the only episode of the series produced even partly in 1969.

This was the only episode in Series X to include location filming – the forest scenes were shot in the back-lot of Shepperton Studios.

episode focuses

Whilst some plots continue throughout all four series, each episode focuses on one particular character.

The pilot episode focuses on Earn Marks trying to convince his rapper cousin Alfred to let him be his manager.

The episode focuses on Goodnight's lead steer, Old Blue, who is stolen and thereafter adopted as a family pet.

episode during

The actress will make her directorial debut for one episode during season five.

Milne finally made a decision not to broadcast the Zircon episode during the Christmas holiday.

The satirical TV show "Mystery Science Theater 3000" riffed on the film in an episode during its fourth season.

episode opens

The episode opens with Bernard speaking to Dolores.

The episode opens during Rimmer's childhood.

The episode opens with Don and Betty meeting with Sally’s teacher, Suzanne Farrell.

episode marks

The episode marks their final appearance on the series.

This episode marks the third appearance of Francis Griffin.

This episode marks the final appearance of Simon (Steven Ogg).

episode scored

While the final episode scored an 18.1% rating.

While the final episode scored a 27.9% rating.

While the final episode scored a 27.8% rating.

described the episode

Michelle Erica Green of TrekNation described the episode as "lots of fun".

Critic Marc Bernardin described the episode as "Star Trek"s "smartest time-travel experiment" and a fan favorite.

Kelly Bourne from "TV Week" described the episode as "the television wedding of the year" and "a fairytale ceremony."

episode titles

"The episode titles are given in story chronological order."

The musical style was emphasized in many of the episode titles.

The episode titles of "Haganai NEXT" are references to these light novel series:

episode did

The episode did not receive any awards.

In the end, the finished episode did not include the boys or any other regular characters.

Handlen noted as a positive aspect that the episode did allow for the voice of dissent against the "utopia" portrayed by "Star Trek".

episode earned

The episode earned mixed reviews from critics.

The episode earned an Emmy nomination.

The episode earned Lovato a People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Guest Star.

episode follows

Each episode follows the same script, and it's divided in three challenges.

Each episode follows a two-act structure split up by the opening title sequence and theme song.

The episode follows the Griffin family becoming a Nielsen family and Peter attempting to take over the TV airwaves.

episode saying

However he criticized the episode saying that Betty fits into this episode “too neatly”.

Club" gave a B+ rate to the episode saying that the opener of this season confirms that the show is going to be completely different beast going forward.

Christine Orlando from "TV Fanatic" praised the episode saying, ""Body of Proof" threw just enough curves to keep me guessing this week and provided enough personal interaction between our characters to make me want to tune in for more".

season two episode

She also wrote the season two episode of "Space Ghost Coast to Coast", "Urges".

She appeared again on October 21, 2008 in the season two episode titled "Differences".

Writer Lawrence Kaplow won a Writers Guild of America Award in 2006 for the season two episode "Autopsy".

episode a positive   (エピソードAポジティブ)

Alan Frutkin gave the episode a positive write-up in the LGBT-interest magazine "The Advocate", calling it "vintage "Simpsons"."

Michael Tedder of "New York" magazine gave the episode a positive review and noted that "It's been a while since "The Office" was this surprising and moving."

Giving the episode a positive review, Jennifer Malkowski of DVD Verdict gave it a B+, billing "Homer's 'You know I've had a lot of jobs' list" as the episode's "highlight".

episode first aired

The episode first aired in broadcast syndication on November 9, 1987.

The pilot episode first aired on Nickelodeon in the United States on May 1, 1999.

Written by executive producer and show runner Greg Daniels and directed by Ken Kwapis, the episode first aired in the United States on September 21, 2006 on NBC.

before the episode

He died one month before the episode aired.

The series made several references to homosexuality before the episode aired.

The episode is dedicated to Stephen Hawking, who died four days before the episode's airing.