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Andrew Rannels in concert
Anything Goes - Second Broadway Revival - November 15, 2011
Cast: Stephanie J Block (Reno Sweeney), Joel Grey (Moonface Martin), Erin Mackey (Hope Harcourt), Colin Donell (Billy Crocker), Adam Godley (Evelyn Oakleigh) and Kelly Bishop (Evangeline Harcourt)
Bandstand Film (2018)
Beetlejuice Broadway 2019
Cast: Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice), Sophia Anne Caruso (Lydia Deetz), Rob McClure (Adam Maitland), Kerry Butler (Barbara Maitland), Adam Dannheisser (Charles Deetz), Leslie Kritzer (Delia SchlimmeMiss Argentina), Danny Rutigliano (Maxie Dean), Jill Abramovitz (Maxine Dean/Juno), Kelvin Moon Loh (Otho) and Dana Steingold (Skye Girl Scout).
Book of Mormon (Ben Platt)
Book of Mormon OBC
Carousel Lincoln Center 2013
Cast: Kelli O'Hara (Julie Jordan), Nathan Gunn (Billy Bigelow), Stephanie Blythe (Nettie Fowler), Shuler Hensley (Jigger Craigin), Jason Danieley (Enoch Snow), Jessie Mueller (Carrie Pipperidge), Kate Burton (Mrs. Mullin), Tiler Peck (Louise Bigelow) and John Cullum (StarkeepeDr. Seldon)
Carousel March 2, 2018
Cast: Joshua Henry (Billy Bigelow), Jessie Mueller (Julie Jordan), Renee Fleming (Nettie Fowler), Margaret Colin (Mrs. Mullins), Alexander Gemignani (Enoch Snow), Lindsay Mendez (Carrie Pipperidge), Brittany Pollack (Louise Bigelow), Amar Ramasar (Jigger Craigin) and John Douglas Thompson (Starkeeper) Cinderella Broadway Date: March 13th, 2013
Cast: Laura Osnes (Ella), Santino Fontana (Topher), Peter Bartlett (Sebastian), Victoria Clark (Marie), Ann Harada (Charlotte), Harriet Harris (Madame), Greg Hildreth (Jean-Michel), Marla Mindelle (Gabrielle), and Phumzile Sojola (Lord Pinkleton).
Cinderella Broadway
Cast: Carly Rae Jepsen (Ella), Joe Carroll (Topher), Peter Bartlett (Sebastian), Victoria Clark (Marie), Ann Harada (Charlotte), Fran Drescher (Madame), Greg Hildreth (Jean-Michel), Marla Mindelle (Gabrielle), and Phumzile Sojola (Lord Pinkleton).
Falsettos ​Lincoln Center Broadcast 2017
Cast: Christian Borle (Marvin), Stephanie J Block (Trina), Andrew Rannells (Whizzer), Brandon Uranowitz (Mendel), Anthony Rosenthal (Jason), Tracie Thoms (Charlotte) and Betsy Wolfe (Cordelia).
Finding Neverland Pre-Broadway / Cambridge - August 17, 2014 (Matinee)
Cast: Jeremy Jordan (J.M. Barrie), Laura Michelle Kelly (Sylvia Llewelyn Davies), Michael McGrath (Charles Frohman/Captain James Hook), Jeanna de Waal (Mary Barrie), Carolee Carmello (Mrs. du Maurier), Aidan Gemme (Peter Llewelyn Davies), Alex Dreier (Michael Llewelyn Davies), Hayden Signoretti (Jack Llewelyn Davies), Sawyer Nunes (George Llewelyn Davies)
Notes: Fantastic capture from start to finish with just a couple quick dropouts in act one; clear video with no washout or obstruction; filmed in 16:9, with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups.
If then August 30, 2014 VOB HIGHLIGHTS
Cast: Jackie Burns (s/b Elizabeth), Charles Hagerty (u/s Josh), Curtis Holbrook (temp. Lucas), LaChanze, Jenn Colella, Jerry Dixon, Jason Tam, Tamika Lawrence.
In the heights (Lincoln Center)
In the heights OBC
Into the Woods Live in the Central Park (complete)
Cast: Donna Murphy (The Witch), Amy Adams (The Baker's Wife), Denis O'Hare (Baker), Chip Zien (Mysterious Man and Cinderella's Father), Jack Broderick (Narrator), Gideon Glick (Jack), Cooper Grodin (Rapunzel’s Prince), Ivan Hernandez (Cinderella’s Prince and Wolf), Tina Johnson (Granny), Josh Lamon (Steward), Jessie Mueller (Cinderella), Laura Shoop (Cinderella’s Mother), Tess Soltau (Rapunzel) and Glenn Close (Voice of the Giant).
Last five years (Film 2014) Anna Kendrick (Cathy) and Jeremy Jordan (Jamie)
Matilda Closing night (1/1/2017)
Cast: Willow McCarthy (Matilda), Jennifer Blood (Ms. Honey), Bryce Ryness (Ms. Trunchbull), John Sander (Mr. Wormwood), Lesli Margherita (Mrs. Wormwood) and Karen Aldridge (Mrs. Phelps).
Mean Girls OBC
Mean Girls US Tour
Newsies (Film 2017)
Cast: Jeremy Jordan (Jack Kelly), Kara Lindsay (Katherine Plumber), Ben Fankhauser (Davey Jacobs), Andrew Keenan Bolger (Crutchie).
Six UK Tour (2018)
Cast: Jarneia Richard-Noel (Catherine of Aragon), Millie O'Connell (Anne Boleyn), Natalie May Paris (Jane Seymour), Alexia McIntosh (Anna of Cleves), Aimie Atkinson (Katherine Howard) and Maiya Quansah-Breed (Catherine Parr).
Waitress OBC
Cast: Jessie Mueller (Jenna), Keala Settle (Becky), Kimiko Glenn (Dawn), Drew Gehling (Dr. Pomatter), Nick Cordero (Earl), Dakin Matthews (Joe), Eric Anderson (Cal) and Christopher Fitzgerald (Ogie)
Waitress (Shobean&JJ)
Cast: Shoshana Bean (Jenna), Charity Angél Dawson (Becky), Molly Jobe (Dawn), Jeremy Jordan (Dr Pomatter), Eddie Jemison (Ogies), Benny Elledge (Cal), Larry Marsh (Joe), Ben Thompson (Earl), Melody A Betts (Nurse Norma), Tess Murphy (Lulu), Stephanie Torns (Francine Pomatter), Molly Hager (Mother) and Dan Tracy (Dad).
Wicked Broadway - July 18, 2004
Cast: Idina Menzel (Elphaba), Kristin Chenoweth (Glinda), Norbert Leo Butz (Fiyero), Sean McCourt (u/s The Wizard), Carole Shelley (Madame Morrible), Michelle Federer (Nessarose), Randy Harrison (t/r Boq), William Youmans (Doctor Dillamond)
Notes: This is Kristin and Norbert's last show. It was also supposed to be Joel Grey's last show, but he was ill. Video is sound only for first 4 minutes. This is a great video and excellent sound. Includes the speech by Idina.
Wicked – Broadway – March 29, 2006 (VOB no smalls)
Cast: Saycon Sengbloh (Elphaba u/s), Megan Hilty (Glinda), Derrick Williams (Fiyero), Ben Vereen (The Wizard), Carol Kane (Madame Morrible), Jenna Leigh Green (Nessarose), Robb Sapp (Boq)
Wicked Oct 9, 2007 Broadway
Cast: Stephanie J Block (Elphaba), Annaleigh Ashford (Glinda), Sebastian Arcelus (Fiyero), Lenny Wolpe (The Wizard), Kathy Santen (u/s Madame Morrible), Cristy Candler (Nessarose), Logan Lipton (Boq), Steven Skybell (Doctor Dillamond)
NOTES: First Performances of Stephanie J. Block and Annaleigh Ashford. Beautifully captured and wonderful closeups, jaw dropping footage.
Wicked Broadway - October 31, 2008
Cast: Kerry Ellis (Elphaba), Kendra Kassebaum (Glinda), Aaron Tveit (Fiyero), PJ Benjamin (The Wizard), Jayne Houdyshell (Madame Morrible), Cristy Candler (Nessarose), Ben Liebert (Boq) and Timothy Britten Parker (Doctor Dillamond)
Notes: Halloween! Great performance from all the cast here. Includes a Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aidsspeech by Aaron Tveit at the end. Wonderful quality, kind of shaky though.
Wicked Broadway – July, 2018 (VOB + smalls)
Cast: Jessica Vosk (Elphaba), Amanda Jane Cooper (Glinda), Curt Hansen (t/r Fiyero), Kevin Chamberlin (The Wizard), Isabel Keating (Madame Morrible), Kristen Martin (Nessarose), Jye Frasca (Boq) and Martin Moran (Doctor Dillamond)
Wicked Broadway - March, 2019
Cast: Laurel Harris (s/b Elphaba), Katie Rose Clarke (Glinda), Ryan McCartan (Fiyero), Michael McCormick (The Wizard), Nancy Opel (Madame Morrible), Kristen Martin (Nessarose), Jesse JP Johnson (Boq), Jamie Jackson (Doctor Dillamond), Manuel Herrera (Chistery), Kathy Santen (Midwife), Sterling Masters (Witch's Mother) and William Ryall (Witch's Father / Ozian Official)
Notes: This is a vivid 4K video with almost no obstructions. Pretty much everything is centered, with beautiful zooms but also wider shots that showcase the dancing and set design. At times the video appears on an angle because my wrists are weak, but you don't miss anything because of it.
Wicked Broadway - May, 2019
Cast: Laurel Harris (s/b Elphaba), Ginna Claire Mason (Glinda), Jake Boyd (Fiyero), Michael McCormick (The Wizard), Nancy Opel (Madame Morrible), Gizel Jimenez (Nessarose), Jesse JP Johnson (Boq), Jamie Jackson (Doctor Dillamond)
Notes: Beautiful HD capture of newcomers Ginna-Claire and Jake Boyd joining the cast. This angle makes the action very easy to follow and without obstructions.The colors are incredible, there is very little washout, and includes curtain call.
Wicked 2nd National Tour April 13th, 2014
Cast: Laurel Harris (Elphaba), Kara Lindsay (Glinda), Matt Shingledecker (Fiyero), Gene Weygandt (Wizard), Jane Brokman (u/s Morrible), Emily Behny (Nessarose), Lee Slobotkin (Boq), John Hillner (Dr Dillamond), Wayne Schroder (Witch’s FatheOzian Official), Kerry Blanchard (Witch’s Mother), Lauren Haughton (u/s Midwife), Mark Shunkey (Chistery)
Wicked 2nd National Tour – November 6, 2016 Evening
Cast: Jessica Vosk (Elphaba), Allison Bailey (u/s Glinda), Jeremy Woodard (Fiyero), Stuart Zagnit (The Wizard), Wendy Worthington (Madame Morrible), Kristen Martin (Nessarose), Sam Seferian (Boq), Chad Jennings (Doctor Dillamond).
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An American in Paris Broadway – 15th March 2015 (Preview)
Cast: Robert Fairchild (Jerry Mulligan), Leanne Cope (Lise Dassin), Jill Paice (Milo Davenport), Brandon Uranowitz (Adam Hochberg), Max von Essen (Henri Baurel) and Veanne Cox (Madame Baurel).
Anything Goes - Second Broadway Revival - November 15, 2011
Cast: Stephanie J Block (Reno Sweeney), Joel Grey (Moonface Martin), Erin Mackey (Hope Harcourt), Colin Donell (Billy Crocker), Adam Godley (Evelyn Oakleigh) and Kelly Bishop (Evangeline Harcourt)
Bandstand Film (2018)
Beetlejuice Broadway 2019
Cast: Alex Brightman (Beetlejuice), Sophia Anne Caruso (Lydia Deetz), Rob McClure (Adam Maitland), Kerry Butler (Barbara Maitland), Adam Dannheisser (Charles Deetz), Leslie Kritzer (Delia SchlimmeMiss Argentina), Danny Rutigliano (Maxie Dean), Jill Abramovitz (Maxine Dean/Juno), Kelvin Moon Loh (Otho) and Dana Steingold (Skye Girl Scout).
Cinderella Broadway Date: March 13th, 2013
Cast: Laura Osnes (Ella), Santino Fontana (Topher), Peter Bartlett (Sebastian), Victoria Clark (Marie), Ann Harada (Charlotte), Harriet Harris (Madame), Greg Hildreth (Jean-Michel), Marla Mindelle (Gabrielle), and Phumzile Sojola (Lord Pinkleton).
Cinderella Broadway
Cast: Carly Rae Jepsen (Ella), Joe Carroll (Topher), Peter Bartlett (Sebastian), Victoria Clark (Marie), Ann Harada (Charlotte), Fran Drescher (Madame), Greg Hildreth (Jean-Michel), Marla Mindelle (Gabrielle), and Phumzile Sojola (Lord Pinkleton).
Falsettos ​Lincoln Center Broadcast 2017
Cast: Christian Borle (Marvin), Stephanie J Block (Trina), Andrew Rannells (Whizzer), Brandon Uranowitz (Mendel), Anthony Rosenthal (Jason), Tracie Thoms (Charlotte) and Betsy Wolfe (Cordelia).
Finding Neverland Pre-Broadway / Cambridge - August 17, 2014 (Matinee)
Cast: Jeremy Jordan (J.M. Barrie), Laura Michelle Kelly (Sylvia Llewelyn Davies), Michael McGrath (Charles Frohman/Captain James Hook), Jeanna de Waal (Mary Barrie), Carolee Carmello (Mrs. du Maurier), Aidan Gemme (Peter Llewelyn Davies), Alex Dreier (Michael Llewelyn Davies), Hayden Signoretti (Jack Llewelyn Davies), Sawyer Nunes (George Llewelyn Davies)
Notes: Fantastic capture from start to finish with just a couple quick dropouts in act one; clear video with no washout or obstruction; filmed in 16:9, with a mix of wides, mediums, and close-ups.
In the heights (Lincoln Center)
In the heights OBC
Kinky Boots (2019)
Last five years (Film 2014) Anna Kendrick (Cathy) and Jeremy Jordan (Jamie)
Matilda Closing night (1/1/2017)
Cast: Willow McCarthy (Matilda), Jennifer Blood (Ms. Honey), Bryce Ryness (Ms. Trunchbull), John Sander (Mr. Wormwood), Lesli Margherita (Mrs. Wormwood) and Karen Aldridge (Mrs. Phelps).
Mean Girls OBC
Mean Girls US Tour
Newsies (Film 2017)
Cast: Jeremy Jordan (Jack Kelly), Kara Lindsay (Katherine Plumber), Ben Fankhauser (Davey Jacobs), Andrew Keenan Bolger (Crutchie).
Six UK Tour (2018)
Cast: Jarneia Richard-Noel (Catherine of Aragon), Millie O'Connell (Anne Boleyn), Natalie May Paris (Jane Seymour), Alexia McIntosh (Anna of Cleves), Aimie Atkinson (Katherine Howard) and Maiya Quansah-Breed (Catherine Parr).
Waitress
Cast: Shoshana Bean (Jenna), Charity Angél Dawson (Becky), Molly Jobe (Dawn), Jeremy Jordan (Dr Pomatter), Eddie Jemison (Ogies), Benny Elledge (Cal), Larry Marsh (Joe), Ben Thompson (Earl), Melody A Betts (Nurse Norma), Tess Murphy (Lulu), Stephanie Torns (Francine Pomatter), Molly Hager (Mother) and Dan Tracy (Dad).
Wicked Broadway - July 18, 2004
Cast: Idina Menzel (Elphaba), Kristin Chenoweth (Glinda), Norbert Leo Butz (Fiyero), Sean McCourt (u/s The Wizard), Carole Shelley (Madame Morrible), Michelle Federer (Nessarose), Randy Harrison (t/r Boq), William Youmans (Doctor Dillamond)
Notes: This is Kristin and Norbert's last show. It was also supposed to be Joel Grey's last show, but he was ill. Video is sound only for first 4 minutes. This is a great video and excellent sound. Includes the speech by Idina. Definitely the best of the early Wicked captures. Idina wiping tears from Kristin’s face is touching and priceless. This bootleg is a treasure.
Wicked – Broadway – March 29, 2006 (VOB no smalls)
Cast: Saycon Sengbloh (Elphaba u/s), Megan Hilty (Glinda), Derrick Williams (Fiyero), Ben Vereen (The Wizard), Carol Kane (Madame Morrible), Jenna Leigh Green (Nessarose), Robb Sapp (Boq)
Wicked Oct 9, 2007 Broadway
Cast: Stephanie J Block (Elphaba), Annaleigh Ashford (Glinda), Sebastian Arcelus (Fiyero), Lenny Wolpe (The Wizard), Kathy Santen (u/s Madame Morrible), Cristy Candler (Nessarose), Logan Lipton (Boq), Steven Skybell (Doctor Dillamond)
NOTES: First Performances of Stephanie J. Block and Annaleigh Ashford. Beautifully captured and wonderful closeups, jaw dropping footage. Excellent performances all around, Stephanie commands the stage. A+Wicked
Wicked Broadway - October 31, 2008
Cast: Kerry Ellis (Elphaba), Kendra Kassebaum (Glinda), Aaron Tveit (Fiyero), PJ Benjamin (The Wizard), Jayne Houdyshell (Madame Morrible), Cristy Candler (Nessarose), Ben Liebert (Boq) and Timothy Britten Parker (Doctor Dillamond)
Notes: Halloween! Great performance from all the cast here. Includes a Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aidsspeech by Aaron Tveit at the end. Wonderful quality, kind of shaky though.
Wicked Broadway – July, 2018 (VOB + smalls)
Cast: Jessica Vosk (Elphaba), Amanda Jane Cooper (Glinda), Curt Hansen (t/r Fiyero), Kevin Chamberlin (The Wizard), Isabel Keating (Madame Morrible), Kristen Martin (Nessarose), Jye Frasca (Boq) and Martin Moran (Doctor Dillamond)
Wicked 2nd National Tour – November 6, 2016 Evening
Cast: Jessica Vosk (Elphaba), Allison Bailey (u/s Glinda), Jeremy Woodard (Fiyero), Stuart Zagnit (The Wizard), Wendy Worthington (Madame Morrible), Kristen Martin (Nessarose), Sam Seferian (Boq), Chad Jennings (Doctor Dillamond).
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2020.09.07 15:39 rusticgorilla Lost in the Sauce: DHS hides intelligence that reveals Trump using Russia's playbook, again

Welcome to Lost in the Sauce, keeping you caught up on political and legal news that often gets buried in distractions and theater… or a global health crisis.
Housekeeping:

Trump’s playbook is Russia’s playbook

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in July withheld an intelligence bulletin warning of a Russian plot to spread misinformation regarding Joe Biden's mental health. The bulletin, titled “Russia Likely to Denigrate Health of U.S. Candidates to Influence 2020 Election,” was blocked by the office of acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf on July 9.
  • The bulletin states that analysts had “high confidence” in their conclusion. However, a DHS spokesperson tried to defend the “delay” in issuing the document by saying it did not meet the agency’s standards. This is curious because just a week later, on July 16, DHS circulated a bulletin on anarchists in Portland that officers admitted they had “low confidence” in. Why was the Russia memo held back but the Portland one released?
  • Trump has been pushing the same line of attack against Biden for months - yet another instance of Russia and Trump operating from the same playbook. For instance, in March Trump said there was “something going on” with Biden; in June Trump ran selectively edited ads asserting that Biden is “unfit to serve as Commander in Chief”; last month Trump ran a digital ad portraying Biden as perpetually confused and mentally unstable. Most recently, Trump said questions about his own health are only in the news because “they want to try and get me to be on Biden's physical level."
DHS is just the latest agency in the Trump administration to erode election security, following actions by the Justice Department and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) last month. DNI John Ratcliffe announced he was ending in-person congressional briefings on election security ahead of November and AG Bill Barr removed a leading career official at the Justice Department’s national security division, replacing him with an inexperienced political appointee.
The ODNI’s decision to halt congressional election briefs may have been influenced by top White House officials. National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien and Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, among others, have repeatedly discussed in meetings with staff and with Trump “how to restrict and control the flow of information on such sensitive topics to Capitol Hill.”
One White House official told The Daily Beast that Meadows has for months been wary of the type of briefings on Capitol Hill that Democratic sources can potentially use to try to make Trump look bad through surreptitious leaks to media outlets.
Meanwhile, interim Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Marco Rubio (R-FL) said last week that his committee will be granted an exception to the ODNI’s new policy and continue to receive in-person briefings from top U.S. intelligence officials about election-security issues. This essentially means that only Democrat-led committees have been cut out of the process ensuring election security.
House Democrats wrote to Ratcliffe insinuating if his office does not provide the previously scheduled briefings this month they will issue subpoenas and/or defund the ODNI in the appropriations bill due by the end of the month. Read the letter here.
In addition to attacks on Biden’s health, DHS has determined that Russia is seeking to “amplify” concerns over the integrity of U.S. elections by promoting allegations that mail-in voting will lead to widespread fraud. Intelligence analysts say this strategy has been underway since at least March, coinciding with Trump’s own assaults on mail-in voting.
  • For instance, in March Trump said if he agreed to funding vote-by-mail expansions in the first coronavirus stimulus bill, the U.S. would see “levels of voting that, if you ever agreed to it, you’d never have a Republican elected in this country again” (clip). Fact check: Neither party has historically benefited. On April 7, at the White House press briefing, Trump claimed: "Mail ballots are a very dangerous thing for this country, because they're cheaters… They're fraudulent in many cases" (clip). Fact check: There is no evidence that mail ballots are dangerous or fraudulent.
At a White House press briefing on Friday, Trump denied there is any proof that Russia poisoned opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Instead of backing the German government's analysis of Nalvany's illness, Trump then redirected the criticism from Russia to China (clip).
"I don't know exactly what happened. I think it's tragic. It's terrible; it shouldn't happen. We haven't had any proof yet, but I will take a look. It is interesting that everybody is always mentioning Russia - and I don't mind you mentioning Russia - but I think probably China, at this point, is a nation that you should be talking about much more so than Russia. Because the things that China's doing are far worse.”
Trump then went on to say he’s “taken stronger action against Russia than any other country in the world,” but added “I do get along with President Putin” (clip).
  • RELATED: Leaked notes obtained by the Telegraph say that when Theresa May asked for Trump to take a strong stand after Russia poisoned Sergei Skripal, Trump replied “I’d rather follow than lead.” He pushed May to “put together a coalition” first.
The Trump administration plans to deport a Russian national living in America, a move experts say is in response to a politically motivated request by Russia. Gregory Duralev was persecuted by the Russian state for exposing corruption. He fled to America and applied for asylum in 2015. While waiting for a decision on his application, he was arrested by ICE and jailed for nearly 18 months. His case is now in court.
“DHS has acted no better than the Russian authorities,” Duralev said. “They simply fabricated charges against me for violations I never committed — and if DHS can trump up charges against immigrants with impunity, nobody can guarantee they won’t start doing it” to regular Americans. “So that’s the main message I now hope to send.”

Michael Cohen & Peter Strzok

Former FBI agent Peter Strzok has a book coming out called “Compromised.” In it, he alleges that FBI investigators came to believe it was “conceivable, if unlikely” that Russia was secretly controlling President Trump after he took office:
“We certainly had evidence that this was the case: that Trump, while gleefully wreaking havoc on America’s political institutions and norms, was pulling his punches when it came to our historic adversary, Russia,” Strzok writes. “Given what we knew or had cause to suspect about Trump’s compromising behavior in the weeks, months, and years leading up to the election, moreover, it also seemed conceivable, if unlikely, that Moscow had indeed pulled off the most stunning intelligence achievement in human history: secretly controlling the president of the United States — a Manchurian candidate elected.”
He now says he doesn’t believe that Trump is literally a Russian spy: “I don’t think that Trump, when he meets with Putin, receives a task list for the next quarter,” Strzok said, referencing the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. “But I do think the president is compromised, that he is unable to put the interests of our nation first, that he acts from hidden motives, because there is leverage over him, held specifically by the Russians but potentially others as well.”
In an interview with Politico, Strzok confirms that he and then-deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe, opened a counterintelligence case on the president, but that it likely was never pursued. Two weeks ago, NYT reported that Rosenstein secretly closed it.
As if there weren’t enough political books coming out this summefall, Michael Cohen is releasing his, called “Disloyal: A Memoir.” The following a couple of quick takeaways:
Cohen says that he, Trump, Aras Agalarov, Emin Agalarov, and others, watched a strip show in Las Vegas where one performer simulated peeing on another performer, who pretended to drink it. Trump reportedly reacted with “delight.” Aras Agalarov, a Russian real estate mogul, is a trusted associate of Putin and reportedly served as a liaison between Trump and the Russian president during Trump’s trip to Moscow.
WaPo:
On Russia, Cohen writes that the cause behind Trump’s admiration of Russian President Vladimir Putin is simpler than many of his critics assume. Above all, he writes, Trump loves money — and he wrongly identified Putin as “the richest man in the world by a multiple.” Trump loved Putin, Cohen wrote, because the Russian leader had the ability “to take over an entire nation and run it like it was his personal company — like the Trump Organization, in fact.”
...According to Cohen, Trump’s sycophantic praise of the Russian leader during the 2016 campaign began as a way to suck up and ensure access to the oligarch’s money after he lost the election. But he claims Trump came to understand that Putin’s hatred of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, dating to her support for the 2011 protest movement in Russia, could also help Trump amass more power in the United States.

USPS & mail voting

According to a Washington Post report yesterday, Postmaster Louis DeJoy engaged in campaign money laundering, also called a straw-donor scheme, at his former logistics business. Five of his former employees told WaPo that they were “urged” to donate to politicians in North Carolina and would be paid back through bonuses from DeJoy. Such a plan would allow DeJoy to illegally circumvent campaign donation limits.
“Louis was a national fundraiser for the Republican Party. He asked employees for money. We gave him the money, and then he reciprocated by giving us big bonuses,” said David Young, DeJoy’s longtime director of human resources, who had access to payroll records at New Breed from the late 1990s to 2013 and is now retired.
“He would ask employees to make contributions at the same time that he would say, ‘I’ll get it back to you down the road,’ ” said [another] former employee.
...A Washington Post analysis of federal and state campaign finance records found a pattern of extensive donations by New Breed employees to Republican candidates, with the same amount often given by multiple people on the same day. Between 2000 and 2014, 124 individuals who worked for the company together gave more than $1 million to federal and state GOP candidates. Many had not previously made political donations, and have not made any since leaving the company, public records show.
More than one million mail-in ballots were sent late to voters during the 2020 primary elections, an audit by the USPS IG’s office determined. Most of the ballots were late, the USPS says, because local election boards sent the ballots to voters at the last minute. Official press release.
[The audit] found the problems during primaries had been most pronounced in Kentucky and New York, where a combined 628,000 ballots were sent out late. In 17 states, the audit found, more than 589,000 ballots were sent from election boards to voters after the state’s ballot mailing deadline. In 11 states, more than 44,000 ballots were sent from election boards to voters the day of or the day before the state’s primary election.
One particularly troubling situation, auditors found, unfolded in Pennsylvania, where 500 ballots were sent to voters the day after the election.
Furthermore, only 13% of the ballots were mailed with the recommended bar code tracking technology.
Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D) was blocked from attending two scheduled tours of USPS facilities last week. Local Postal Service officials informed her and union leaders waiting to accompany her into the building that national USPS leadership had directed them to bar the group from the building. A Postal Service spokeswoman said they simply needed more notice for a tour.
Many states, including important battleground states, are not legally permitted to process mail-in/absentee ballots until Election Day, leading to concern that results will be delayed by days or weeks. For instance, in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Michigan election officials cannot even begin processing ballots until Election Day. Processing involves opening envelopes, flattening ballots to run through the scanning machine, and prepping for the scanning.
"When voters have to wait so long for results, it erodes trust in the process and leaves room for partisan bad actors to dispute the will of the people," said Amber McReynolds, CEO of the National Vote at Home Institute, a nonprofit organization.
AG Bill Barr made three stunning false claims about mail voting during an interview with Wolf Blitzer last week. First, Barr wouldn’t even acknowledge that voting twice is a crime - because just hours earlier, Trump encouraged his North Carolina supporters to vote twice to “test” the state’s mail-in voting system (clip).
BLITZER: It sounds like he’s encouraging people to break the law and try to vote twice.
BARR: It seems to me what he’s saying is, he’s trying to make the point that the ability to monitor this system is not good. And it was so good, if you tried to vote a second time you would be caught if you voted in person.
BLITZER: That would be illegal if they did that. If somebody mailed in a ballot and then actually showed up to vote in person, that would be illegal.
BARR: "I don't know what the law in the particular state says.”
BLITZER: You can’t vote twice.
BARR: "I don't know what the law in the particular state says.”
Then, Barr tried to assert that foreign countries could fake ballots, but when challenged he admitted he had no evidence (clip).
BLITZER: You’ve said you were worried that a foreign country could send thousands of fake ballots, thousands of fake ballots to people that it might be impossible to detect. What are you basing that on?
BARR: I’m basing — as I’ve said repeatedly, I’m basing that on logic.
BLITZER: Pardon?
BARR: Logic.
Finally, Barr cited a supposed incident of mail-in voting fraud in Texas. Too bad it doesn’t exist.

The payroll

Charles Rettig, the Trump-appointed IRS Commissioner who has refused to release President Trump’s tax returns, has made hundreds of thousands of dollars renting out Trump properties while in office. Rettig makes $100,000 - $200,000 a year from two units at Trump International Waikiki. When first nominated, Rettig failed to disclose his financial ties to Trump Waikiki. When questioned by Congress, he did not directly answer concerns about the properties.
CREW: With Trump’s name removed from some buildings as it began to hurt property values, we can only imagine how toxic it would become if a bombshell in his tax returns were released. Which means the IRS Commissioner has a vested interest in the success of the Trump brand—and of preventing anything that could damage it.
Voice of America staffers say Trump appointee Michael Pack is threatening to wash away legal protections intended to insulate their news reports from political meddling. Since arriving, Pack has fired the network's leaders, pushed out agency executives, refused to approve allotted budgets, and refused to renew visas for foreign employees.
  • Further reading: “Deleted Biden video sets off a crisis at Voice of America,” Politico.
Pack suggested the staff he fired and foreign journalists he essentially kicked out may have been foreign spies, without offering any evidence to support his claim. A group of 14 senior VOA journalists are openly disputing his explanation:
“Mr. Pack has made a thin excuse that his actions are meant to protect national security, but just as was the case with the McCarthy ‘Red Scare,’ which targeted VOA and other government organizations in the mid-1950s, there has not been a single demonstrable case of any individual working for VOA — as the USAGM CEO puts it — ‘posing as a spy,’ ” they wrote.
The White House is searching for a replacement for Federal Trade Commission Chair Joe Simons, a Republican who has publicly resisted President Donald Trump’s efforts to crack down on social media companies. Simons, a veteran antitrust lawyer, cannot legally be removed by the president except in cases of gross negligence. But the White House has already interviewed at least one candidate for the post.
  • RELATED: The Justice Department plans to bring an antitrust case against Google as soon as this month, after Attorney General William P. Barr overruled career lawyers who said they needed more time to build a strong case.
Richard Grenell, formerly the highest-ranking out gay official in the Trump administration, has joined a law firm founded by Pat Robertson that has a history of opposing LGBTQ+ rights. Grenell also recently joined the Republican National Committee to do outreach to LGBTQ+ voters.
The Trump administration has quietly named a new acting State Department inspector general. Matthew Klimow, the U.S. ambassador to Turkmenistan since mid-2019, is the third acting IG since Trump and Pompeo ousted Senate-confirmed IG Steve Linick in May.
Mick Mulvaney, Trump’s current special envoy to Northern Ireland, former Chief of Staff, and former acting head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, is starting a hedge fund focused on financial services regulation. Ethics experts say Mulvaney explicitly using his knowledge of CFPB to place bets for and against companies gives him an unfair and perhaps illegal advantage.

Court and DOJ matters

Court cases
The Trump administration must, for now, stop winding down in-person counting efforts for the 2020 census, a federal judge in California ordered.
The three-judge panel hearing a challenge to Trump’s new anti-immigrant census policy seemed hostile to the government’s arguments in a hearing last week.
A federal judge has stopped the Trump administration from enforcing a rule change that would let health care providers deny medical services to LGBTQ patients on the grounds of religion.
Justice Department
Federal prosecutors are preparing to charge longtime GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy in connection with efforts to influence the U.S. government on behalf of foreign interests. Broidy helped raise millions for Donald Trump’s election and the Republican Party.
Barr ordered another round of changes to FISA rules, tightening the use of government surveillance on political candidates or their staffers — a move conservatives will likely cheer, as they have long criticized how the FBI investigated the Trump campaign in 2016.
Before conducting physical searches or wiretaps of a federal election official, members of the official's staff, candidates for federal office, or their staff or advisers, the FBI must now consider giving them a "defensive briefing," to tell them that they could be the target of foreign influence.
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2020.07.21 21:43 finnagains Movies Seen In Theaters or Streamed in 2019 - In No Particular Order

Peterloo —Mike Leigh
J’accuse —Roman Polanski
Parasite —Bong Joon Ho
Dark Waters —Todd Haynes
Les Misérables —Ladj Ly
Atlantics —Mati Diop
Ibrahim: A Fate to Define —Lina Al Abed
South Terminal —Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
Ash Is Purest White —Jia Zhang-ke
The Laundromat —Steven Soderbergh
Official Secrets —Gavin Hood
Velvet Buzzsaw —Dan Gilroy
The Public —Emilio Estevez
The Man Who Killed Don Quixote —Terry Gilliam
Just Mercy —Destin Daniel Cretton
Clergy —Wojciech Smarzowski
So Long, My Son —Wang Xiaoshuai
Sealed Lips —Bernd Böhlich
Gundermann —Andreas Dresen
Mack the Knife—Brecht's Threepenny Film —Joachim Lang
God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya —Teona Strugar Mitevska
63 Up —Michael Apted
The Current War —Alfonso Gomez-Rejon
Motherless Brooklyn —Edward Norton
Dogman —Matteo Garrone
Transit —Christian Petzold
Rosie —Paddy Breathnach
Working Woman —Michal Aviad
  1. These seem to us the most interesting films and bodies of work produced over the past decade (in parentheses) and the new century as a whole (the 2000s in brackets):
Peterloo, 2018—Mike Leigh ( Another Year, 2010 , Mr. Turner , 2014) [ All or Nothing, 2002, Vera Drake, 2004, Happy-Go-Lucky, 2008]
J’accuse ( An Officer and a Spy ), 2019—Roman Polanski ( The Ghost Writer, 2010) [ The Pianist, 2002, Oliver Twist, 2005]
The Young Karl Marx, 2017—Raoul Peck ( Moloch Tropical , 2009, Murder in Pacot, 2014) [ Lumumba, 2000, Profit & Nothing But! Or Impolite Thoughts on the Class Struggle, 2001]
Ash is Purest White, 2018—Jia Zhang-ke ( A Touch of Sin, 2013) [ Platform, 2000, The W orld, 2004]
Parasite, 2019, Bong Joon–ho [ Memories of Murder, 2003]
An Episode in the Life of an Iron Picke r, 2013—Danis Tanovic ( Cirkus Columbia , 2010, Tigers, 2014)
A Screaming Man, 2010—Mahamat-Saleh Haroun ( A Season in France, 2017) [ Daratt, 2006]
A Separation, 2012—Asghar Farhadi ( The Salesman, 2016)
Phoenix, 2014—Christian Petzold ( Barbara, 2012, Transit, 2018)
So Long, My Son, 2019—Wang Xiaoshuai ( 11 Flowers, 2011) [ Beijing Bicycle, 2001, Drifters, 2003, Shanghai Dreams, 2005]
The Traitor, 2019—Marco Bellocchio ( Dormant Beauty, 2012) [ Vincere, 2009]
Dark Waters, 2019—Todd Haynes ( Mildred Pierce, 2011)
Roman J. Israel, Esq., 2017—Dan Gilroy ( Nightcrawler, 2014 , Velvet Buzzsaw, 2019)
Isle of Dogs, 2018—Wes Anderson ( The Grand Budapest Hotel, 2014) [ The Royal Tenenbaums, 2001, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, 2004]
Loving, 2016—Jeff Nichols ( Ta ke Shelter, 2011)
Lincoln, 2012—Steven Spielberg ( The Post, 2017) [ Catch Me If You Can, 2002, Munich, 2005]
The Big Short, 2015—Adam McKay ( Vice, 2018)
Win Win, 2011—Tom McCarthy ( Spotlight, 2015) [ The Station Agent, 2003, The Visitor, 2007]
Nebraska, 2013—Alexander Payne [ About Schmidt, 2002]
Omar, 2013—Hany Abu-Assad [ Rana’ s Wedding, 2002, Paradise Now, 2005]
A World Not Ours, 2012—Mahdi Fleifel (Short films: Xenos, 2014, A Man Returned, 2016, A Drowning Man, 2017)
Timbuktu, 2014—Abderrahmane Sissako [ Waiting for Happiness, 2002, Bamako, 2006]
Iraqi Odyssey, 2014—Samir [ F orget Baghdad: Jews and Arabs– The Iraqi Connection, 2002]
99 Homes, 2014—Ramin Bahrani [ Man Push Cart, 2005, Chop Shop , 2007 ]
Sweet Country, 2017—Warwick Thornton ( Samson and Delilah, 2009)
Good Kill, 2014—Andrew Niccol ( In Time, 2011)
  1. Individual films of remarkable quality that may be lesser known (listed chronologically):
Even the Rain, 2010—Icíar Bollaín
Court, 2014—Chaitanya Tamhane
The People vs. Fritz Bauer, 2015—Lars Kraume
The Colony, 2015—Florian Gallenberger
Sami Blood, 2016—Amanda Kernell
Free State of Jones, 2016—Gary Ross
The Chosen, 2016—Antonio Chavarrías
Capernaum, 2018—Nadine Labaki
  1. Individual films of genuine merit, none of them flawless (listed chronologically):
Miral, 2010—Julian Schnabel
The Social Network, 2010—David Fincher
Think of Me (Alternative title: About Sunny), 2011—Bryan Wizemann
Edwin Boyd (Alternative title: Citizen Gangster), 2011—Nathan Morlando
Rebellion, 2011—Mathieu Kassovitz
Omar Killed Me, 2011—Roschdy Zem
Great Expectations, 2012—Mike Newell
Detroit Unleaded, 2012—Rola Nashef
The We and the I, 2012—Michel Gondry
A Late Quartet, 2012—Yaron Zilberman
With You, Without You, 2012—Prasana Vithanage
Closed Circuit, 2013—John Crowley
Standing Aside, Watching, 2013—Yorgos Servetas
Salvation Army, 2013—Abdellah Taïa
Ilo Ilo, 2013—Anthony Chen
Devil’s Knot, 2013—Atom Egoyan
Bad Hair, 2013—Mariana Rondón
Foxcatcher, 2014—Bennett Miller
Boyhood, 2014—Richard Linklater
Labyrinth of Lies, 2014—Giulio Ricciarelli
Look Who’s Back, 2015—David Wnendt
The Boda Boda Thieves, 2015—Donald Mugisha and James Tayler
Koza, 2015—Ivan Ostrochovský
Marija, 2016—Michael Koch
Lady Macbeth, 2016—William Oldroyd
Past Life, 2016—Avi Nesher
The Florida Project, 2017—Sean Baker
War Machine, 2017—David Michôd
Directions, 2017—Stephan Komandarev
Arrhythmia, 2017—Boris Khlebnikov
In Times of Fading Light, 2017—Matti Geschonneck
Crown Heights, 2017—Matt Ruskin
The Workshop, 2017—Laurent Cantet
I Am Not a Witch, 2017—Rungano Nyoni
Mudbound, 2017—Dee Rees
No Date, No Signature, 2017—Vahid Jalilvand
Green Book, 2018—Peter Farrelly
Roma, 2018—Alfonso Cuarón
Sealed Lips, 2018— Bernd Böhlich
Mack the Knife—Brecht’s Threepenny Film, 2018—Joachim Lang
Screwdriver, 2018—Bassam Jarbawi
Dogman, 2018—Matteo Garrone
God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya, 2019—Teona Strugar Mitevska
Les Misérables, 2019—Ladj Ly
Atlantics, 2019—Mati Diop)
The Laundromat, 2019—Steven Soderbergh
Ibrahim: A Fate to Define, 2019—Lina Al Abed
South Terminal, 2019—Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche
  1. A few television series:
Charité at War (2019)
Succession (2018)
Homecoming (2018)
The Crown (2016)
Chernobyl (2019)
Orange is the New Black (2013)
Mr. Robot (2015)
  1. Non-fiction films:
Tears of Gaza, 2010—Vibeke Lokkeberg
The Tillman Story, 2010—Amir Bar-Lev
Le Quattro Volte, 2010—Michelangelo Frammartino
The Tall Man, 2011—Tony Krawitz
Pina, 2011—Wim Wenders
The Law in These Parts, 2011—Ra’anan Alexandrowicz The Queen of Versailles, 2012—Lauren Greenfield
Central Park Five, 2012—Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, David McMahon
Roman Polanski: Odd Man Out, 2012—Marina Zenovich
Sofia’s Last Ambulance, 2012—Ilian Metev
The Gatekeepers, 2012—Dror Moreh
The Act of Killing, 2012—Joshua Oppenheimer
The Kill Team, 2013—Dan Krauss
Finding Vivian Maier, 2013—John Maloof and Charlie Siskel
Rich Hill, 2014—Andrew Droz Palermo, Tracy Droz Tragos
We Come as Friends, 2014—Hubert Sauper
In Jackson Heights, 2015—Frederick Wiseman Janis: Little Girl Blue, 2015—Amy Berg
Don’ t Blink–Robert Frank, 2015—Laura Israel
The Settlers, 2016—Shimon Dotan
I Called Him Morgan, 2016—Kasper Collin
Muhi: Generally Temporary, 2017—Rina Castelnouvo-Hollander, Tamir Elterman
Sighted Eyes/Feeling Heart, 2017—Tracy Heather Strain
Central Airport THF, 2018—Karim Aïnouz
They Shall Not Grow Old, 2018—Peter Jackson
Who Will Write Our History?, 2018—Roberta Grossman
Prosecuting Evil: The Extraordinary World of Ben Ferencz, 2018—Barry Avrich
Ghost Fleet, 2018—Shannon Service & Jeffrey Waldron
Hal, 2018—Amy Scott
Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, 2019—Stanley Nelson
Midnight Traveler, 2019—Hassan Fazili
Where’s My Roy Cohn?, 2019—Matt Tyrnauer
Midnight Family, 2019—Luke Lorentzen
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2020.06.20 22:42 JayDeeIsI Post-match thread: AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace

Match Thread: AFC Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace [Premier League, Round 30]
90+6' - AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace
Date: 20/06/2020
Competition: Premier League (Round 30)
Venue: Vitality Stadium - Bournemouth
Referee: Stuart Attwell
Seeing as this is the first ever Premier League game to be shown on British terrestrial television - and the first top flight match to be shown since 1988 - I thought I'd dedicate a proper manned match thread to it
Lineups:
Bournemouth: Crystal Palace:
12: Aaron Ramsdale (GK) 31: Guaita (GK)
17: Jack Stacey 2: Joel Ward (YC - 71')
3: Steve Cook (YC - 87') 24: Gary Cahill
5: Nathan Ake 6: Scott Dann
15: Adam Smith (YC - 45+2') 3: Patrick van Aanholt
22: Harry Wilson 14: Danjuma Groeneveld (Sub - 45') 18: James McArthur 44: Jairo Riedewald (Sub - 88')
16: Lewis Cook (YC - 67') 4: Luka Milivojevic Goal - 12'/22: James McCarthy (Sub - 65')
8: Jefferson Lerma 8: Cheikyou Kouyate
20: David Brooks 19: Junior Stanislas (Sub - 61') 9: Jordan Ayew Goal - 23' (YC - 45')
7: Josh King 9: Dominic Solanke (Sub - 50') 17: Christian Benteke 10: Andros Townsend (Sub - 76')
13: Callum Wilson 11: Wilfried Zaha
Substitutes:
Bournemouth: Crystal Palace:
1: Artur Boruc (GK) 13: Wayne Hennessey (GK)
4: Dan Gosling 7: Max Meyer
6: Andrew Surman 10: Andros Townsend (Sub - 76')
9: Dominic Solanke (Sub - 50') 12: Mamadou Sakho
14: Danjuma Groeneveld (Sub - 45') 22: James McCarthy (Sub - 65')
19: Junior Stanislas (Sub - 61') 36: Nikola Tavares
21: Diego Rico 39: Tyrick Mitchell
26: Lloyd Kelly 40: Brandon Pierrick
33: Chris Mepham 44: Jairo Riedewald (Sub - 88')
Here is a legal, free link to the BBC stream, sadly for British users only. Could use a \* cough ** VPN ** cough** but I didn't tell you that)
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0' - Traditional pre-kick off silence for Covid-19 victims, and just as importantly, all 22 players take the knee.
2' - Bournemouth completely controlling the early early stages, Josh King looks to be playing on the left hand side as opposed to up front.
4' - Bizarre to be watching a Premier League match with the BBC overlays as opposed to green and blue official Premier League snazzy boi. Feels to me as if the camera is much closer to the pitch too.
5' - Nice piece of play from David Brooks to run the ball to, and eventually behind, the touchline; Bournemouth looking brighter early on.
7' - Palace starting to use the ball for the first real time. Zaha running from the left but a heavy touch lets him down as he reaches full speed. It's all very 'we've not played for 3 months' at the moment.
11' - First real sight of goal, and it falls for Palace. James McArthur passes a defender on the edge of area and is poleaxed, but the ball falls for Zaha, who jinks inside the 18 yard box and curls one just over the far post. Palace looking promising.
12' - GOAL! Palace looked bright for the previous few minutes, and the resulting free-kick from the edge of the 18 yard box is bent perfectly into the top left corner by Luka 'Set-Pieces are Ez Pz' Milivojevic! 1-0 Palace.
17' - Two chances for for Bournemouth! Brooks, who has looked very energetic early on, plays a lovely ball into Callum Wilson, but the rustiness shows, and his first touch is very poor, eventually leading to a corner. This time, another lovely Brooks ball finds Wilson again, only for the striker to head over from a whipped delivery.
18' - This has been the best match of the post-lockdown season by a mile so far.
23' - GOAL! Some goal this. Van Aanholt overlapping on the left hand side absolutely thunders into the 18 yard box, and takes the pass from Zaha well, before whipping a beauty of a ball to Jordan Ayew, who finishes first time into the bottom corner; great build-up, great finish. 2-0 Palace.
24' - D R I N K S B R E A K T I M E
27' - Fully aware that we are barely a quarter of the way through their first game back, but Bournemouth have looked very poor outside of the first few minutes. Everything they try is overhit or ruined by a poor touch, the break has definitely gotten to them.
30' - If this was tennis, Palace would have about 15 'forced errors' on Bournemouth so far.
32' - Bournemouth attempting to come forward in numbers, but Palace are very well organised. Lerma has a slither of sight at goal from just outside the area but toe-prods the ball 30 yards over.
36'- Seems like every attack in this game is coming down the same side; Bournemouth's right, Palace's left. Wilson does well to win a corner, which leads to another; Bournemouth do nothing with it mind, and Palace regather on from left back with a throw.
38'- Another Milivojevic delivery, this time a corner from the left, causes havoc in the six yard box, but a few blocked shots eventually lead to a (imo, soft) free kick for Bournemouth.
42'- Nathan Aké goes down in the penalty area from a corner, nothing in that though, so just another Bournemouth corner. Palace do well to force Cherries back to the halfway line, and again, back to trying to build from midfield.
45+2'- First bookings of the game, Ayew gets a yellow for sending Jefferson 'Discipline points mean prizes' Lerma to the ground. Again, Bournemouth come down the right hand side and win a corner, Stacey breaking forward this time; Palace then break away at pace from the corner, but Adam Smith slams Zaha into the ground and takes a yellow for it.
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Halftime - Palace comfortably lead and deservedly so. Bournemouth seen a lot of the ball but have produced very little outside David Brooks, whereas Palace have looked sharp and lively from the first ten minutes. Hard to see a way back into this for Bournemouth.
It's okay though because £25m 'one PL goal in his career' Dominic Solanke is waiting on the bench for them.
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One change at half-time as Harry Wilson is taken off for Danjuma Groeneveld (I must say, I have never heard of this player in my life)
47' - Second half is underway, and straight into life. Josh King is absolutely clattered by Gary Cahill; he gets the ball but his follow through is definitely high, studs showing and very 'ankle-breaky'. VAR is looking into this, and I would not be surprised if it led to further punishment here for Cahill.
50' - VAR lets Cahill off the hook, but King is done for the game. He hobbles off, and is replaced by the Man, the Myth, the Legend - Dominic Solanke.
55' - Bournemouth have been much brighter this half, dominating possession and flirting with chances in the final third. Danjuma looks lively when on the ball, but Bournemouth need to make solid chances soon.
60' - Considering that Bournemouth have had a considerable amount of the ball, I don't think Guaita has made a save yet. Stanislas set to come on for Bournemouth for a cramped up and struggling Brooks.
64' - Guaita does have to make a save there though! Corner from the right is floated to Aké who meets it well, but only heads it straight at the Spaniard - Aké gets twatted on the head for his troubles, but he stays on after some treatment.
65' - Milivojevic comes off for James McCarthy. The McMidfield is back on.
67' - Another booking, this time for Lewis Cook, who is perhaps unfortunate to see yellow for a challenge on Ayew.
71' - Game is getting very bitty now. Palace look like there in on the break, but Ayew lets a tired touch break the attack down. Joel Ward is then booked for a soft foul on the right.
74' - Cahill lashes over on the volley from 15 yards, Benteke won the knockdown and has had a really solid match. I just learned that Dominic Solanke miraculously has an England cap. Hope for us all.
76' - Second change for Palace, as Townsend replaces Benteke. I'm not commenting on Townsend's hair.
80' - Palace have been excellent, and they defend well again on the right hand side after Callum Wilson broke free. I will be genuinely stunned if Bournemouth get something out of this game in the last ten minutes.
84' - The match summed up in one moment. Bournemouth free-kick from 20 yards, almost identical to where Milivojevic scored from earlier on. Stanislas, right footed, straight into the wall.
86' - Steve Cook catches Ayew and goes into the book. Pack it up boys, this game is done and dusted.
88' - Heartbreak as the McMidfield is broken up. McArthur comes off for an Afro-donning Jairo Riedeweld.
90' - There are SIX minutes of added time. Other than the drinks break, I have no idea where that's come from. Bournemouth don't look like scoring if there was sixty minutes added on.
90+2' - VAR check for an elbow from Lewis Cook, nothing doing though. Would've been a suitable end for Bournemouth had he been sent off.
90+6' - A corner for Bournemouth in the last minute, but nothing comes of it apart from a Zaha counter attack. What a turgid performance; strong from Palace though, who looked impressive.
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2020.06.20 20:32 JayDeeIsI Match Thread: AFC Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace

Match Thread: AFC Bournemouth vs Crystal Palace [Premier League, Round 30]
90+1'' - AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace
Date: 20/06/2020
Competition: Premier League (Round 30)
Venue: Vitality Stadium - Bournemouth
Referee: Stuart Attwell
Seeing as this is the first ever Premier League game to be shown on British terrestrial television - and the first top flight match to be shown since 1988 - I thought I'd dedicate a proper manned match thread to it
Lineups:
Bournemouth: Crystal Palace:
12: Aaron Ramsdale (GK) 31: Guaita (GK)
17: Jack Stacey 2: Joel Ward (YC - 71')
3: Steve Cook (YC - 87') 24: Gary Cahill
5: Nathan Ake 6: Scott Dann
15: Adam Smith (YC - 45+2') 3: Patrick van Aanholt
22: Harry Wilson 14: Danjuma Groeneveld (Sub - 45') 18: James McArthur 44: Jairo Riedewald (Sub - 88')
16: Lewis Cook (YC - 67') 4: Luka Milivojevic Goal - 12'/22: James McCarthy (Sub - 65')
8: Jefferson Lerma 8: Cheikyou Kouyate
20: David Brooks 19: Junior Stanislas (Sub - 61') 9: Jordan Ayew Goal - 23' (YC - 45')
7: Josh King 9: Dominic Solanke (Sub - 50') 17: Christian Benteke 10: Andros Townsend (Sub - 76')
13: Callum Wilson 11: Wilfried Zaha
Substitutes:
Bournemouth: Crystal Palace:
1: Artur Boruc (GK) 13: Wayne Hennessey (GK)
4: Dan Gosling 7: Max Meyer
6: Andrew Surman 10: Andros Townsend (Sub - 76')
9: Dominic Solanke (Sub - 50') 12: Mamadou Sakho
14: Danjuma Groeneveld (Sub - 45') 22: James McCarthy (Sub - 65')
19: Junior Stanislas (Sub - 61') 36: Nikola Tavares
21: Diego Rico 39: Tyrick Mitchell
26: Lloyd Kelly 40: Brandon Pierrick
33: Chris Mepham 44: Jairo Riedewald (Sub - 88')
Here is a legal, free link to the BBC stream, sadly for British users only. Could use a \* cough ** VPN ** cough** but I didn't tell you that)
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0' - Traditional pre-kick off silence for Covid-19 victims, and just as importantly, all 22 players take the knee.
2' - Bournemouth completely controlling the early early stages, Josh King looks to be playing on the left hand side as opposed to up front.
4' - Bizarre to be watching a Premier League match with the BBC overlays as opposed to green and blue official Premier League snazzy boi. Feels to me as if the camera is much closer to the pitch too.
5' - Nice piece of play from David Brooks to run the ball to, and eventually behind, the touchline; Bournemouth looking brighter early on.
7' - Palace starting to use the ball for the first real time. Zaha running from the left but a heavy touch lets him down as he reaches full speed. It's all very 'we've not played for 3 months' at the moment.
11' - First real sight of goal, and it falls for Palace. James McArthur passes a defender on the edge of area and is poleaxed, but the ball falls for Zaha, who jinks inside the 18 yard box and curls one just over the far post. Palace looking promising.
12' - GOAL! Palace looked bright for the previous few minutes, and the resulting free-kick from the edge of the 18 yard box is bent perfectly into the top left corner by Luka 'Set-Pieces are Ez Pz' Milivojevic! 1-0 Palace.
17' - Two chances for for Bournemouth! Brooks, who has looked very energetic early on, plays a lovely ball into Callum Wilson, but the rustiness shows, and his first touch is very poor, eventually leading to a corner. This time, another lovely Brooks ball finds Wilson again, only for the striker to head over from a whipped delivery.
18' - This has been the best match of the post-lockdown season by a mile so far.
23' - GOAL! Some goal this. Van Aanholt overlapping on the left hand side absolutely thunders into the 18 yard box, and takes the pass from Zaha well, before whipping a beauty of a ball to Jordan Ayew, who finishes first time into the bottom corner; great build-up, great finish. 2-0 Palace.
24' - D R I N K S B R E A K T I M E
27' - Fully aware that we are barely a quarter of the way through their first game back, but Bournemouth have looked very poor outside of the first few minutes. Everything they try is overhit or ruined by a poor touch, the break has definitely gotten to them.
30' - If this was tennis, Palace would have about 15 'forced errors' on Bournemouth so far.
32' - Bournemouth attempting to come forward in numbers, but Palace are very well organised. Lerma has a slither of sight at goal from just outside the area but toe-prods the ball 30 yards over.
36'- Seems like every attack in this game is coming down the same side; Bournemouth's right, Palace's left. Wilson does well to win a corner, which leads to another; Bournemouth do nothing with it mind, and Palace regather on from left back with a throw.
38'- Another Milivojevic delivery, this time a corner from the left, causes havoc in the six yard box, but a few blocked shots eventually lead to a (imo, soft) free kick for Bournemouth.
42'- Nathan Aké goes down in the penalty area from a corner, nothing in that though, so just another Bournemouth corner. Palace do well to force Cherries back to the halfway line, and again, back to trying to build from midfield.
45+2'- First bookings of the game, Ayew gets a yellow for sending Jefferson 'Discipline points mean prizes' Lerma to the ground. Again, Bournemouth come down the right hand side and win a corner, Stacey breaking forward this time; Palace then break away at pace from the corner, but Adam Smith slams Zaha into the ground and takes a yellow for it.
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Halftime - Palace comfortably lead and deservedly so. Bournemouth seen a lot of the ball but have produced very little outside David Brooks, whereas Palace have looked sharp and lively from the first ten minutes. Hard to see a way back into this for Bournemouth.
It's okay though because £25m 'one PL goal in his career' Dominic Solanke is waiting on the bench for them.
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One change at half-time as Harry Wilson is taken off for Danjuma Groeneveld (I must say, I have never heard of this player in my life)
47' - Second half is underway, and straight into life. Josh King is absolutely clattered by Gary Cahill; he gets the ball but his follow through is definitely high, studs showing and very 'ankle-breaky'. VAR is looking into this, and I would not be surprised if it led to further punishment here for Cahill.
50' - VAR lets Cahill off the hook, but King is done for the game. He hobbles off, and is replaced by the Man, the Myth, the Legend - Dominic Solanke.
55' - Bournemouth have been much brighter this half, dominating possession and flirting with chances in the final third. Danjuma looks lively when on the ball, but Bournemouth need to make solid chances soon.
60' - Considering that Bournemouth have had a considerable amount of the ball, I don't think Guaita has made a save yet. Stanislas set to come on for Bournemouth for a cramped up and struggling Brooks.
64' - Guaita does have to make a save there though! Corner from the right is floated to Aké who meets it well, but only heads it straight at the Spaniard - Aké gets twatted on the head for his troubles, but he stays on after some treatment.
65' - Milivojevic comes off for James McCarthy. The McMidfield is back on.
67' - Another booking, this time for Lewis Cook, who is perhaps unfortunate to see yellow for a challenge on Ayew.
71' - Game is getting very bitty now. Palace look like there in on the break, but Ayew lets a tired touch break the attack down. Joel Ward is then booked for a soft foul on the right.
74' - Cahill lashes over on the volley from 15 yards, Benteke won the knockdown and has had a really solid match. I just learned that Dominic Solanke miraculously has an England cap. Hope for us all.
76' - Second change for Palace, as Townsend replaces Benteke. I'm not commenting on Townsend's hair.
80' - Palace have been excellent, and they defend well again on the right hand side after Callum Wilson broke free. I will be genuinely stunned if Bournemouth get something out of this game in the last ten minutes.
84' - The match summed up in one moment. Bournemouth free-kick from 20 yards, almost identical to where Milivojevic scored from earlier on. Stanislas, right footed, straight into the wall.
86' - Steve Cook catches Ayew and goes into the book. Pack it up boys, this game is done and dusted.
88' - Heartbreak as the McMidfield is broken up. McArthur comes off for an Afro-donning Jairo Riedeweld.
90' - There are SIX minutes of added time. Other than the drinks break, I have no idea where that's come from. Bournemouth don't look like scoring if there was sixty minutes added on.
90+2' - VAR check for an elbow from Lewis Cook, nothing doing though. Would've been a suitable end for Bournemouth had he been sent off.
90+6' - A corner for Bournemouth in the last minute, but nothing comes of it apart from a Zaha counter attack. What a turgid performance; strong from Palace though, who looked impressive.
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2020.06.20 14:05 AFLbot AFL 2020: Round 3 - Brisbane Lions (74) def West Coast Eagles (44)

Post Match

Welcome to the /WestCoastEagles post match discussion for the round 3 match between the Lions and the Eagles. Be sure to grab your user flair from the sidebar; opposition fans and supporters welcome!

Match

Match Details
Match AFL 2020 Round 3 - Brisbane Lions Vs West Coast Eagles
Date Saturday 20 June 2020 @ 07:40 PM
Venue Gabba (G)
Weather 21.0C, Shower or two
Status POSTGAME

Scoreboard

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Brisbane Lions 1.2 (8) 2.6 (18) 7.9 (51) 10.14 (74)
West Coast Eagles 2.1 (13) 3.4 (22) 5.4 (34) 6.8 (44)

Scoreboard: Quarter by Quarter

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Brisbane Lions 1.2 (8) 1.4 (10) 5.3 (33) 3.5 (23)
West Coast Eagles 2.1 (13) 1.3 (9) 2.0 (12) 1.4 (10)
Quarter Result WCE by 5 pts BL by 1 pts BL by 21 pts BL by 13 pts
Quarter Length 25:29 mins 25:03 mins 28:02 mins 26:07 mins

Scoreboard: Extended

Team Minutes in front Left Behind Right Behind Left Poster Right Poster Rushed Behind Touched Behind
Brisbane Lions 62 mins 3 8 1 0 2 0
West Coast Eagles 36 mins 1 2 0 1 4 0

Scoring Events

Qtr Time Score Team - Player (G.B)
1st Quarter
Q1 01:35 BEHIND Lions - Cam Rayner (0.1)
Q1 11:49 BEHIND Lions - Hugh McCluggage (0.1)
Q1 12:57 BEHIND Eagles - Andrew Gaff (0.1)
Q1 15:58 GOAL Eagles - Jack Darling (1.0)
Q1 21:44 GOAL Eagles - Nic Naitanui (1.0)
Q1 25:23 GOAL Lions - Brandon Starcevich (1.0)
2nd Quarter
Q2 01:07 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (1.0)
Q2 02:41 GOAL Lions - Jarrod Berry (1.0)
Q2 05:07 BEHIND Lions - Eric Hipwood (0.1)
Q2 07:37 BEHIND Eagles - Andrew Gaff (0.2)
Q2 09:42 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q2 11:52 BEHIND Lions - Callum Ah Chee (0.1)
Q2 12:52 BEHIND Lions - Lincoln McCarthy (0.1)
Q2 22:02 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q2 24:01 BEHIND Lions - Cameron Ellis-Yolmen (0.1)
3rd Quarter
Q3 00:42 BEHIND Lions - Hugh McCluggage (0.2)
Q3 03:18 GOAL Lions - Jarrod Berry (2.0)
Q3 06:19 GOAL Lions - Charlie Cameron (1.0)
Q3 08:15 GOAL Lions - Lachie Neale (1.0)
Q3 12:11 RUSHED BEHIND Lions
Q3 13:14 GOAL Eagles - Josh J. Kennedy (1.0)
Q3 16:14 GOAL Lions - Oscar McInerney (1.0)
Q3 19:13 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (2.0)
Q3 21:04 BEHIND Lions - Lincoln McCarthy (0.2)
Q3 22:27 GOAL Lions - Daniel McStay (1.0)
4th Quarter
Q4 02:54 RUSHED BEHIND Lions
Q4 06:00 BEHIND Lions - Jarrod Berry (2.1)
Q4 06:44 BEHIND Lions - Zac Bailey (0.1)
Q4 07:43 GOAL Lions - Zac Bailey (1.1)
Q4 10:03 BEHIND Eagles - Oscar Allen (0.1)
Q4 11:16 BEHIND Eagles - Brendon Ah Chee (0.1)
Q4 12:14 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (3.0)
Q4 16:04 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q4 16:50 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q4 19:32 BEHIND Lions - Jarrod Berry (2.2)
Q4 20:27 GOAL Lions - Jarrod Berry (3.2)
Q4 22:14 BEHIND Lions - Eric Hipwood (0.2)
Q4 22:35 GOAL Lions - Lachie Neale (2.0)

Team Statistics

Brisbane Lions Statistic West Coast Eagles
43 Possession % 35
30 pts (22:35 4th Qtr) Biggest Lead 11 pts (21:44 1st Qtr)
1245 Fantasy Team Score 1026
282 Disposals 247
133 Contested Possessions 118
134 Uncontested Possessions 121
62 Disposal Efficiency % 61
56 One Percenters 56
188 Kicks 159
94 Handballs 88
0 Bounces 1
56 Tackles 49
6 Tackles Inside 50s 7
10 Centre Clearances 7
29 Stoppage Clearances 26
39 Total Clearances 33
4 Contested Marks 9
8 Mark Inside 50s 8
49 Inside 50s 34
27 Rebound 50s 40
58 Turnovers 64
64 Intercepts 58
10 Goals 6
14 Behinds 8
40 Goal Accuracy 42
5 Goal Assists 5
20 Goal Efficiency 17
25 Shots At Goal 14
51 Shot Efficiency 41
30 Hit-Outs 41
20 Free Kicks For 15
15 Free Kicks Against 20
66 Interchanges 72

Player Statistics

Match Awards: 🔥: Highest AFL Fantasy Score🥇: Highest Disposals🏅: Most Goals⭐: Highest Metric👎: Most Turnovers/Free-kick Against🤡: Most Clangars

Midfield - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
Brisbane Lions
Lachie Neale #9 🔥🥇⭐⭐⭐ 447m 15 17 32 2 7 0 2 0 126
Hugh McCluggage #6 ⭐⭐⭐⭐👎 611m 20 6 26 4 5 0 0 2 108
Jarryd Lyons #17 404m 18 7 25 2 5 0 0 0 96
Jarrod Berry #7 🏅⭐ 309m 9 4 13 3 5 0 3 2 87
Mitch Robinson #5 281m 10 2 12 2 5 0 0 0 57
Cameron Ellis-Yolmen #28 203m 10 6 16 3 1 0 0 1 54
Callum Ah Chee #4 157m 5 4 9 1 4 0 0 1 40
West Coast Eagles
Andrew Gaff #3 ⭐⭐⭐👎 570m 23 7 30 7 1 0 0 2 111
Tim Kelly #11 👎 318m 11 7 18 1 4 0 0 0 63
Elliot Yeo #6 👎🤡 182m 9 7 16 1 6 0 0 0 59
Dom Sheed #4 -78m 2 10 12 0 2 0 0 0 34
Jack Redden #8 46m 4 8 12 1 2 0 0 0 33
Luke Shuey #13 132m 4 9 13 0 1 0 0 0 31

Midfield - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
Brisbane Lions
Lachie Neale #9 1 15 14 0 1 7 2 5 4 5 2 0
Hugh McCluggage #6 2 12 14 0 0 3 0 3 5 8 1 0
Jarryd Lyons #17 0 12 11 0 0 8 1 7 3 5 3 0
Jarrod Berry #7 3 6 8 0 0 3 0 3 1 3 0 1
Mitch Robinson #5 0 3 9 0 0 1 1 0 1 4 1 0
Cameron Ellis-Yolmen #28 0 7 5 0 0 7 4 3 2 2 2 0
Callum Ah Chee #4 2 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 1 2 0
West Coast Eagles
Andrew Gaff #3 0 8 22 1 2 2 0 2 3 2 2 0
Tim Kelly #11 1 7 11 0 0 1 1 0 3 3 2 0
Elliot Yeo #6 1 10 6 1 0 3 0 3 3 3 1 0
Dom Sheed #4 2 9 4 0 0 4 2 2 2 0 0 0
Jack Redden #8 2 5 9 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 0
Luke Shuey #13 4 9 8 0 0 7 1 6 1 1 3 0

Midfield - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
Brisbane Lions
Lachie Neale #9 68 6 1 1 0 0 2 0 6 0 100 92
Hugh McCluggage #6 50 7 2 2 0 0 2 0 10 2 0 88
Jarryd Lyons #17 52 6 3 2 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 87
Jarrod Berry #7 76 1 0 3 0 0 5 0 7 0 60 78
Mitch Robinson #5 58 2 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 91
Cameron Ellis-Yolmen #28 81 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 4 0 0 64
Callum Ah Chee #4 33 3 4 0 1 0 1 0 2 0 0 84
West Coast Eagles
Andrew Gaff #3 50 7 2 1 0 0 3 0 5 0 0 97
Tim Kelly #11 33 7 5 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 86
Elliot Yeo #6 50 4 7 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 80
Dom Sheed #4 58 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 75
Jack Redden #8 66 2 4 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 83
Luke Shuey #13 69 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 80

Ruck - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
Brisbane Lions
Oscar McInerney #46 164m 8 3 11 1 0 16 1 0 51
Archie Smith #44 2m 1 5 6 0 0 14 0 0 22
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 ⭐⭐⭐ 307m 9 3 12 1 4 34 1 0 90

Ruck - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
Brisbane Lions
Oscar McInerney #46 3 11 0 1 1 2 1 1 3 1 2 0
Archie Smith #44 2 5 1 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 4 12 1 1 0 9 3 6 0 6 0 0

Ruck - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
Brisbane Lions
Oscar McInerney #46 63 2 3 2 2 0 2 0 5 0 50 71
Archie Smith #44 50 2 3 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 39
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 58 3 4 4 2 0 1 0 2 1 100 69

Forward - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
Brisbane Lions
Eric Hipwood #30 314m 9 3 12 4 1 0 0 2 52
Cam Rayner #16 134m 5 3 8 1 4 0 0 1 39
Lincoln McCarthy #11 28m 3 6 9 1 3 0 0 2 38
Daniel McStay #25 20m 3 3 6 3 0 0 1 0 30
Charlie Cameron #23 112m 4 1 5 2 2 0 1 0 30
Thomas Berry #13 42m 2 2 4 1 2 0 0 0 18
West Coast Eagles
Jarrod Brander #10 378m 12 2 14 8 1 0 0 0 68
Brendon Ah Chee #41 193m 9 4 13 2 1 0 0 1 47
Jamie Cripps #15 262m 7 4 11 1 5 0 0 0 46
Jack Darling #27 80m 3 4 7 3 3 0 1 0 41
Oscar Allen #12 54m 3 5 8 1 2 7 0 1 40
Liam Ryan #1 🏅⭐ 72m 4 2 6 2 0 0 3 0 38
Jack Petruccelle #21 105m 3 4 7 1 3 0 0 0 33
Josh J. Kennedy #17 85m 3 2 5 2 2 0 1 0 30

Forward - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
Brisbane Lions
Eric Hipwood #30 3 6 5 0 0 0 0 0 3 5 0 0
Cam Rayner #16 3 5 3 1 1 0 0 0 2 3 0 1
Lincoln McCarthy #11 2 8 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1
Daniel McStay #25 0 4 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
Charlie Cameron #23 0 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 0 0
Thomas Berry #13 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
West Coast Eagles
Jarrod Brander #10 2 4 9 2 1 1 0 1 4 4 2 0
Brendon Ah Chee #41 1 9 4 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 0 0
Jamie Cripps #15 0 6 4 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 0 1
Jack Darling #27 2 2 5 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 2
Oscar Allen #12 2 5 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 0
Liam Ryan #1 1 2 4 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 1 0
Jack Petruccelle #21 1 4 3 1 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 2
Josh J. Kennedy #17 1 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 2

Forward - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
Brisbane Lions
Eric Hipwood #30 41 4 2 1 0 0 2 0 5 1 0 95
Cam Rayner #16 50 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 3 0 0 77
Lincoln McCarthy #11 55 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 8 1 0 88
Daniel McStay #25 66 2 3 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 100 97
Charlie Cameron #23 60 3 3 2 2 0 2 0 1 0 50 95
Thomas Berry #13 0 4 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 61
West Coast Eagles
Jarrod Brander #10 57 5 4 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 85
Brendon Ah Chee #41 53 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 1 0 84
Jamie Cripps #15 36 4 5 0 2 0 0 0 2 1 0 88
Jack Darling #27 85 3 2 0 1 0 1 0 5 1 100 100
Oscar Allen #12 50 1 1 2 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 45
Liam Ryan #1 83 1 1 1 1 0 3 0 4 0 100 71
Jack Petruccelle #21 85 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 70
Josh J. Kennedy #17 40 2 2 0 1 0 2 0 2 0 50 86

Defence - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
Brisbane Lions
Daniel Rich #10 353m 15 1 16 9 2 0 0 0 82
Grant Birchall #14 242m 11 4 15 8 1 0 0 0 67
Ryan Lester #35 224m 8 7 15 5 4 0 0 0 67
Brandon Starcevich #37 273m 9 3 12 3 3 0 1 0 60
Darcy Gardiner #27 174m 10 1 11 4 0 0 0 0 44
Zac Bailey #33 154m 5 5 10 2 2 0 1 1 40
Harris Andrews #31 135m 8 0 8 3 0 0 0 0 35
West Coast Eagles
Brad Sheppard #5 309m 11 4 15 5 2 0 0 0 65
Shannon Hurn #25 ⭐⭐ 394m 12 2 14 5 1 0 0 0 53
Lewis Jetta #23 249m 10 0 10 2 2 0 0 0 42
Liam Duggan #14 165m 9 1 10 2 2 0 0 0 41
Will Schofield #31 120m 4 3 7 1 2 0 0 0 24
Josh Rotham #35 152m 5 0 5 0 2 0 0 0 24
Tom Barrass #37 96m 2 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 13

Defence - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
Brisbane Lions
Daniel Rich #10 4 3 9 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 4 0
Grant Birchall #14 1 3 12 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0
Ryan Lester #35 5 5 8 0 0 2 0 2 6 1 1 0
Brandon Starcevich #37 2 6 6 0 1 1 0 1 5 2 2 0
Darcy Gardiner #27 11 3 7 0 0 0 0 0 7 3 2 0
Zac Bailey #33 0 4 6 0 1 1 0 1 0 2 0 2
Harris Andrews #31 12 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 4 0
West Coast Eagles
Brad Sheppard #5 6 6 8 0 0 1 0 1 6 0 6 0
Shannon Hurn #25 2 3 4 1 0 0 0 0 8 1 8 0
Lewis Jetta #23 2 2 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 1 6 0
Liam Duggan #14 3 7 3 0 0 0 0 0 7 1 4 0
Will Schofield #31 3 3 4 0 0 0 0 0 5 1 0 0
Josh Rotham #35 3 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 3 0
Tom Barrass #37 13 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0

Defence - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
Brisbane Lions
Daniel Rich #10 93 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 78
Grant Birchall #14 66 2 3 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 76
Ryan Lester #35 73 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 87
Brandon Starcevich #37 58 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 3 0 100 81
Darcy Gardiner #27 72 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 95
Zac Bailey #33 50 2 2 0 2 0 2 0 5 0 50 77
Harris Andrews #31 75 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 99
West Coast Eagles
Brad Sheppard #5 66 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 97
Shannon Hurn #25 100 4 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 82
Lewis Jetta #23 90 3 1 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 89
Liam Duggan #14 70 2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 82
Will Schofield #31 100 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 89
Josh Rotham #35 20 3 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 74
Tom Barrass #37 100 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 87
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2020.06.20 11:11 AFLbot AFL 2020 LIVE: Round 3 - Brisbane Lions Vs West Coast Eagles

Live Match

Welcome to the /WestCoastEagles LIVE match discussion for the round 3 match between the Lions and the Eagles. Be sure to grab your user flair from the sidebar; opposition fans and supporters welcome!

Match

Match Details
Match AFL 2020 Round 3 - Brisbane Lions Vs West Coast Eagles
Date Saturday 20 June 2020 @ 07:40 PM
Venue Gabba (G)
Weather 21.0C, Shower or two
Status LIVE

Scoreboard

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total
Brisbane Lions 1.2 (8) 2.6 (18) 7.9 (51) 10.14 (74) 10.14 (74)
West Coast Eagles 2.1 (13) 3.4 (22) 5.4 (34) 6.8 (44) 6.8 (44)

Quarter by Quarter

Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
Brisbane Lions 1.2 (8) 1.4 (10) 5.3 (33) 3.5 (23)
West Coast Eagles 2.1 (13) 1.3 (9) 2.0 (12) 1.4 (10)
Quarter Margin WCE by 5 pts BL by 1 pts BL by 21 pts BL by 13 pts
Quarter Length 25:29 mins 25:03 mins 28:02 mins 23:16 mins

Live Score Tracker

Score Team Player Time Total
GOAL Lions Lachie Neale (2.0) Q4 22:35 74-44
BEHIND Lions Eric Hipwood (0.2) Q4 22:14 68-44
GOAL Lions Jarrod Berry (3.2) Q4 20:27 67-44
BEHIND Lions Jarrod Berry (2.2) Q4 19:32 61-44
BEHIND Eagles Rushed Q4 16:50 60-44
BEHIND Eagles Rushed Q4 16:04 60-43
GOAL Eagles Liam Ryan (3.0) Q4 12:14 60-42
BEHIND Eagles Brendon Ah Chee (0.1) Q4 11:16 60-36
BEHIND Eagles Oscar Allen (0.1) Q4 10:03 60-35
GOAL Lions Zac Bailey (1.1) Q4 07:43 60-34
BEHIND Lions Zac Bailey (0.1) Q4 06:44 54-34
BEHIND Lions Jarrod Berry (2.1) Q4 06:00 53-34
BEHIND Lions Rushed Q4 02:54 52-34
GOAL Lions Daniel McStay (1.0) Q3 22:27 51-34
BEHIND Lions Lincoln McCarthy (0.2) Q3 21:04 45-34
GOAL Eagles Liam Ryan (2.0) Q3 19:13 44-34
GOAL Lions Oscar McInerney (1.0) Q3 16:14 44-28
GOAL Eagles Josh J. Kennedy (1.0) Q3 13:14 38-28
BEHIND Lions Rushed Q3 12:11 38-22
GOAL Lions Lachie Neale (1.0) Q3 08:15 37-22
GOAL Lions Charlie Cameron (1.0) Q3 06:19 31-22
GOAL Lions Jarrod Berry (2.0) Q3 03:18 25-22
BEHIND Lions Hugh McCluggage (0.2) Q3 00:42 19-22
BEHIND Lions Cameron Ellis-Yolmen (0.1) Q2 24:01 18-22
BEHIND Eagles Rushed Q2 22:02 17-22
BEHIND Lions Lincoln McCarthy (0.1) Q2 12:52 17-21
BEHIND Lions Callum Ah Chee (0.1) Q2 11:52 16-21
BEHIND Eagles Rushed Q2 09:42 15-21
BEHIND Eagles Andrew Gaff (0.2) Q2 07:37 15-20
BEHIND Lions Eric Hipwood (0.1) Q2 05:07 15-19
GOAL Lions Jarrod Berry (1.0) Q2 02:41 14-19
GOAL Eagles Liam Ryan (1.0) Q2 01:07 8-19
GOAL Lions Brandon Starcevich (1.0) Q1 25:23 8-13
GOAL Eagles Nic Naitanui (1.0) Q1 21:44 2-13
GOAL Eagles Jack Darling (1.0) Q1 15:58 2-7
BEHIND Eagles Andrew Gaff (0.1) Q1 12:57 2-1
BEHIND Lions Hugh McCluggage (0.1) Q1 11:49 2-0
BEHIND Lions Cam Rayner (0.1) Q1 01:35 1-0

Team Statistics

Match Awards: 🔥: Highest AFL Fantasy Score🥇: Highest Disposals🏅: Most Goals⭐: Highest Metric👎: Most Turnovers/Free-kick Against🤡: Most Clangars
Brisbane Lions Statistic West Coast Eagles
1224 Fantasy Team Score 1019
278 Disposals 245
133 Contested Possessions 117
131 Uncontested Possessions 121
61 Disposal Efficiency % 61
56 One Percenters 55
184 Kicks 157
94 Handballs 88
0 Bounces 1
56 Tackles 49
6 Tackles Inside 50s 7
10 Centre Clearances 7
29 Stoppage Clearances 25
39 Total Clearances 32
4 Contested Marks 9
8 Mark Inside 50s 8
49 Inside 50s 33
27 Rebound 50s 40
57 Turnovers 64
63 Intercepts 57
10 Goals 6
14 Behinds 8
40 Goal Accuracy 42
5 Goal Assists 5
20 Goal Efficiency 18
25 Shots At Goal 14
51 Shot Efficiency 42
30 Hit-Outs 40
20 Free Kicks For 15
15 Free Kicks Against 20
66 Interchanges 71

Live Interchange

Time on Bench Player (Team)
Brisbane Lions
0:01:44 Callum Ah Chee (Lions)
0:05:52 Archie Smith (Lions)
0:01:07 Jarrod Berry (Lions)
0:05:06 Thomas Berry (Lions)
West Coast Eagles
0:01:11 Tim Kelly (Eagles)
0:05:33 Josh Rotham (Eagles)
0:06:02 Oscar Allen (Eagles)
0:01:11 Jack Petruccelle (Eagles)
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2020.05.25 21:08 crx_hx An Open Letter to The Masked Singer Producers

Dear TMS Producers,
I’m a big fan of this series just as much as everyone else on this subreddit. The show provides an endless amount of laughs from the celebrity panel, great performances and an overall fun time. This show has been a godsend during these strange times. My hope is to see this show last for many seasons.
I’ve noticed several things during this series that come off as a red flag. I fear if these things don’t get addressed, many fans will lose interest in the show. The producers/creative team should consider the following five suggestions:
  1. More Sing-offs should be implemented for the elimination rounds: I have noticed that S3 had fewer sing-off performances than S2. One of the things that is enjoyable about the sing-offs is seeing the masked performers bring on their A-game to stay in the competition. This segment forces the competitors to be the best on-the-fly and it gives the audience member (in-studio and at home) the chance to feel the competitive spirit. I’m sure we’ve all had that one masked performer that we rooted for during this round.
2.. Adding an additional Millennial/Gen Z’er to the Celebrity Panel:
As much as I enjoy the current celebrity panelists, I feel that the Millennial/Gen Z demographic isn’t fully represented on this series. A lot of the panelists are over 40 and have made Boomer guesses/remarks throughout the series. For example, when Ninja and JoJo Siwa were revealed, the panelists didn’t seem to know who these YouTubers were.
If the show were to bring a younger panelist, you can see the generational differences play out comedically/organically. I think it would be great to have a youthful energy to the panel to keep things relevant and current to the pop culture trends.
There are plenty of young content creators/influencers that the producers could pull from.It seems a little coincidental that the show’s budget grows bigger with every passing season.
Below are a list of several ball-park examples:
Potential Panelists: Charli D’Amelio (Famous TikToker) Willow Smith (SingeActor) Hilary Duff (SingeActor) David Dobrik (Social Media Star) Vanessa Hudgens (ActoSinger) Hailey Steinfeld (ActoSinger) Brittany Snow (ActoSinger) Ariel Winter (Modern Family) Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars) Lea Michele (Glee) James Charles (YouTuber) Shane Dawson (Youtuber) Ashley Tisdale (ActoSinger) Ethan Klein a.k.a H3H3 (YouTuber) Cody Ko & Noel Miller (YouTubers) King Bach (Social Media Star) Rudy Mancuso (Social Media Star)

Guest Panelists: Seth Rogen (ActoWriteComedian) Adam Devine (ActoComedian) Jonathan Van Ness (Queer Eye) Lil’ DIcky/Dave Burd (Rapper) Raven Simone (ActoSingeHost) Pete Davidson (SNL) Andy Samberg (SNL/Brooklyn Nine-Nine) Akwafina (ActoComedian) Camila Mendes (Riverdale) Lili Reinhart (Riverdale) Benny Blanco (Music Producer) Andrew Santino (ActoComedian) Zendaya (ActoSinger) Eric Andre (The Eric Andre Show) Jonathan Groff (ActoBroadway Star) Sean Evans (Hot Ones)
3. Real time voting should occur for this series: I’m sure there are many fans that weren’t too satisfied with the results of the S3 finale. I believe a big part of this frustration comes from the flawed voting system the show currently has in place. The show is pre-recorded in front of a studio audience and then aired on a later date for everyone to watch (which can be several months later). The way it works on the production side is the audience member signs an NDA (non-disclosure agreement) before seeing the performances. Additionally, the audience members are only allowed to attend one taping of the series. The production team doesn’t want the same folks to come back a second/third time for fear of any leaked spoilers. So that means, each week the masked singers perform in front of a new set of audience members. So, when the production crew filmed the S3 finale, the new audience hadn’t seen any of the finalists’ other performances prior to the finals. When it came time to vote, the in-studio audience solely based their vote off their first impression of the performer rather than their entire season’s performance.
It feels unfair that the TV viewer is not allowed to vote for their favorite singer, especially since they have been watching and rooting for that specific contestant’s progress from the very beginning of the season.
For future seasons, it would be worth getting the TV audience involved in the voting process. My suggestion is to have the show air live. In order to allow time for at-home voting (and to accommodate the streaming viewers from Hulu), the elimination segment would take place a week after the performances.
For example, if the singers perform on May 27th, 2020 (Wednesday), the singer with the least amount of votes will be eliminated on June 3rd, 2020 (the following Wednesday). This gives viewers a full week to watch the episode and vote for their favorite performer. The elimination segment will take place at the beginning of each episode, followed by the new performances for that week. Several other reality competition shows already follow this format.
Allowing at-home voting will create better engagement and commitment to the series. This in turn will increase the show’s ratings.
4. Stopping Jenny McCarthy from revealing the singer’s identities at many elimination rounds:
Another thing I’ve noticed in S3 is the amount of times Jenny McCarthy reveals a singer’s identity in such an obvious manner. According to this article, Jenny had the most correct guesses (6/15) compared to the other panelists (Robin/Nicole: 5/15 Ken: 1/15).
Whenever Jenny guesses the correct identity of a singer, it appears as though she is reading notes written by the producers. This may be normal protocol, however, the delivery of her guesses comes off way too obvious and fake which then spoils the contestant’s reveal. When Robin and Nicole do the same thing, it appears less staged and feels like a genuine guess.
The producers should give the other panelists more of a shot to guess the singers correctly, so that way it comes off less scripted and the viewers don’t immediately resort to Jenny for the correct guess.
5. Joel McHale has to be in the season finale:
Throughout the three seasons of this show, I’ve grown very fond of having Joel McHale as a guest panelist. His improvisation is on point when guessing the contestants after every performance. There has not been a moment when folks didn’t laugh whenever he reacted to something. He brings the best out of the panelists, audience/viewers, and the contestants, especially since he has everyone genuinely laughing at all times.
Lastly, he wrapped out the Tiger King series, so he should have the honor to close out this epic show.
Sincerely, A Masked Fan
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2020.05.24 23:09 finnagains Unexpected Movie Masterpieces to Watch in Quarantine - by David Sims (The Atlantic) 10 April 2020

Some were blasted by critics, some flopped at the box office, and all are ripe to attain cult-classic status.
With new cinema releases grinding to a halt in response to the spread of the coronavirus, I’ve used these weeks of self-quarantine to cast an eye backward over the cinematic canon, to rewatch old favorites, and to fill in viewing gaps. Now I’ve begun evaluating films that, for whatever reason, didn’t get a fair shake when they were released. Some were blasted by critics, and others simply made no impression at the box office; all of them are available to watch online, just waiting to become cult classics. The 30 films I’ve chosen as the most underrated are all from the past 25 years, and many belong to genres (rom-com, sci-fi, thriller) that are overlooked in serious critical circles. Some of my selections might seem obvious and others ludicrous, but all were made in the spirit of enjoyable debate and discovery.
the Box-Office Flops
Kino Lorber Archipelago (2010, directed by Joanna Hogg)
Joanna Hogg broke out in American art houses last year with her wonderful autobiographical work The Souvenir, but she’s been making terrific indie films for years. Archipelago might be her best. A quiet drama, it sees Edward (played by Tom Hiddleston, a year before Thor catapulted him to fame) gathering with his family on the remote British island of Tresco after quitting his job to travel the world. Many long-simmering tensions boil to the surface; Hiddleston (who is in most of Hogg’s movies) gives one of his best screen performances, and Hogg depicts subtle, polite infighting with humor and insight. No filmmaker has a better handle on the ridiculous foibles of the English upper-middle class.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Babe: Pig in the City (1998, directed by George Miller)
George Miller is the master of sequels. Each of his installments in the Mad Max series is innovative; his Happy Feet Two is quietly underrated. But he’s never made a follow-up as strange and beguiling as Babe: Pig in the City. Miller wrote and produced the first Babe, a charming, Oscar-winning success. In the director’s chair for part two, though, he turned the sweet fable of a pig who wanted to herd sheep into a grim fairy tale about life in the big city. The movie was a commercial disaster, but it’s a rewarding, beautifully designed work set in a fantasy city that mashes up landmarks from every modern metropolis. The plot, such as it is, follows Babe as he goes on a trip and mixes it up with more streetwise animal brethren (the director Noah Baumbach once said that the film’s closest thematic companion is Stanley Kubrick’s Eyes Wide Shut).
Watch it on: Hulu, HBO Beyond the Lights (2014, directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood)
A gorgeous romantic drama about the pain and pleasure of pop stardom, Gina Prince-Bythewood’s remarkable Beyond the Lights made little impression at the box office on release, despite a star-making turn from Gugu Mbatha-Raw. The actor plays a Rihanna-esque figure named Noni Jean who falls for a police officer (Nate Parker) and tries to escape the limelight. Prince-Bythewood, who also wrote and directed the incredible Love & Basketball, is one of only a few people in Hollywood still trying to film genuine love stories, and she deserves many more chances to do so on the big screen.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Cadillac Records (2008, directed by Darnell Martin)
The smartest music biopic from a decade full of them (including 2004’s Ray and 2005’s Walk the Line, to name a couple), Darnell Martin’s portrayal of the rise and fall of Chess Records was woefully underseen in 2008. The film digs into the exploitative dynamics at work in so many early rock-and-roll labels, examining the troubled relationships between Leonard Chess (Adrien Brody) and his biggest stars: Muddy Waters (Jeffrey Wright), Etta James (Beyoncé Knowles), and Howlin’ Wolf (Eamonn Walker). The film has a harder edge than its contemporaries, and the musical performances are particularly sensational.
Watch it on: Crackle
Cloud Atlas (2012, directed by Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski, and Tom Tykwer)
This is the most dizzyingly ambitious project in the Wachowski sisters’ expansive filmography. Adapting David Mitchell’s novel of the same name, Cloud Atlas encompasses six distinct stories, beginning with an 1849 naval adventure and zipping through the 1930s, the ’70s, and the present day before blasting to the clone-filled future of 2144 and ending in a postapocalyptic 2321. Members of the ensemble, including Tom Hanks, Halle Berry, Hugh Grant, and Doona Bae, play different characters in each story line, and the film jumps backward and forward through time to reveal surprising thematic links. As with many a Wachowski project, you have to make a few logical leaps to get on board, but if you can, there’s no movie experience like it.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime
20th Century Fox Film Corp. Down With Love (2003, directed by Peyton Reed)
This knowing throwback to the “no-sex sex comedies” of the late ’50s and ’60s (like the Doris Day–starring Pillow Talk and Lover Come Back) was too clever for its own good on release. But it’s a fabulous, entertaining, and singular creation, both celebrating and subverting the innuendo-filled rom-coms of yesteryear. An impeccably styled Renée Zellweger and Ewan McGregor star as lifestyle writers who form a friendly rivalry in 1960s New York. Sarah Paulson and David Hyde Pierce round out the cast, and Peyton Reed (who had just directed Bring It On in 2000) plays off the visual language of his source material in stylish, innovative, and cheeky ways. When you watch, be sure to stick around for the fantastic musical number over the closing credits.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Dredd (2012, directed by Pete Travis)
Perhaps the best comic-book movie of the past decade was Dredd, a gritty adaptation of the Judge Dredd series that was a financial flop on release. Set in a dictatorial future in which armored policemen are empowered to dispense lethal justice for almost any crime, the film takes place entirely within a colossal tower block, following Dredd (Karl Urban) and a new trainee as they do battle with a sadistic mob boss (Lena Headey). It’s a gruesome but smart movie, at once lionizing and satirizing the ruthless efficiency of its hero. The film was written and produced by Alex Garland (Ex Machina, Annihilation), who has since become one of the most exciting sci-fi directors working today.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Killing Them Softly (2012, directed by Andrew Dominik)
Killing Them Softly is Andrew Dominik’s brutal follow-up to his painterly revisionist Western, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Also starring Brad Pitt, Killing Them Softly takes George V. Higgins’s hard-boiled ’70s crime novel Cogan’s Trade and updates it to the present day, following a mob robbery that goes wrong and the assassin (Pitt) hired to clean everything up. Dominik turns the web of competing criminal interests into a broad metaphor for the quagmire of the Iraq War. Killing Them Softly may have been too weird and slow for general audiences (it’s one of the few movies ever to earn an F on CinemaScore). But it’s bleakly funny and impressively acted by a cast that includes James Gandolfini, Ray Liotta, and Ben Mendelsohn.
Watch it on: Netflix Kiss Kiss Bang Bang (2005, directed by Shane Black)
The film that put Robert Downey Jr. back on the map was critically praised but ignored at the box office in 2005. An extremely metatextual crime comedy, it follows a thief (Downey Jr.) pretending to be an actor who gets mixed up in a murder and goes on the lam with his acting coach, a private investigator (Val Kilmer). The story line is as complicated as it sounds, but the thrill of Shane Black’s film lies in his hilariously punchy dialogue and his skill at making the most convoluted plotting flow with ease. The movie reintroduced Downey Jr. as a leading man after he’d spent years struggling with addiction: He was hired to play Iron Man mostly on the strength of this performance.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Premium Rush (2012, directed by David Koepp)
David Koepp’s bike-messenger thriller is far more robust than that description might suggest. Set on New York’s crowded streets, it follows Wilee (Joseph Gordon-Levitt), a deliveryman who picks up a package that’s tied to a criminal conspiracy; soon enough, he’s being chased around town by a crooked cop, Bobby Monday (Michael Shannon), who’s intent on taking him down. The story is told with unrelenting silliness, and Koepp translates Wilee’s brash confidence about weaving in and out of traffic into a visual roller-coaster ride. The highlight, though, is Shannon’s performance—he turns Monday into a living Looney Toon, gnashing his teeth and bulging out his eyes in fury with abandon.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Solaris (2002, directed by Steven Soderbergh)
Steven Soderbergh’s sci-fi opus was decried on release for daring to re-adapt a novel (by Stanisław Lem) that had already been turned into a film masterpiece (Andrei Tarkovsky’s sprawling 1972 work of the same name). But Soderbergh’s movie is a very different beast from Tarkovsky’s, stripping the story down to 99 minutes and focusing on the haunting romance at the center of the book. George Clooney plays Chris Kelvin, a psychologist haunted by the suicide of his wife, Rheya (Natascha McElhone). After hearing the mysterious distress signals sent out by a distant space station, he travels there—and finds Rheya, somehow re-created by the planet that the station is orbiting. The film includes stellar supporting performances by Viola Davis and Jeremy Davies, a beautifully understated score from Cliff Martinez, and some of the most compelling world-building in Soderbergh’s career.
Watch it on: Hulu
Sunshine (2007, directed by Danny Boyle)
This stunning space-mission drama from Danny Boyle and the screenwriter Alex Garland might be the Oscar-winning director’s best film. A wildly intense thriller about a last-gasp effort to restart the dying sun, Sunshine pits an outstanding cast (Cillian Murphy, Michelle Yeoh, Chris Evans, Rose Byrne, and more) against a monolithic enemy: the star at the center of our solar system, which Boyle depicts as an immovable, godlike force. As the voyagers’ ship gets closer to the sun, everything on board goes more and more haywire, and Boyle—who can depict the onset of madness better than almost anyone working—dials up the chaos.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Talk to Me (2007, directed By Kasi Lemmons)
Kasi Lemmons, whose most recent work is 2019’s Harriet, has long been one of Hollywood’s most criminally unheralded directors, and Talk to Me never got the wide audience it deserved in 2007. It’s a biopic of the controversial Washington, D.C., radio host Petey Greene (Don Cheadle) that’s unafraid to be messy, reflecting its subject’s surprising rise to fame as someone who fearlessly speaks his mind on the social and political issues of the 1970s. The film is grounded by excellent performances from Cheadle, Taraji P. Henson, and Chiwetel Ejiofor, who plays Greene’s put-upon manager, Dewey Hughes.
Watch it on: Hulu, Sling What If (2013, directed by Michael Dowse)
Also known as The F Word (its title was changed in America for obvious reasons), this extremely charming slow-burn rom-com was unfairly overlooked on release. It follows two people (Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan) who become friends but spend the entire time wondering if they’d be better off as lovers. Many relationship hijinks ensue, but the movie works because of the performances at its center, along with energetic supporting turns from Adam Driver and Mackenzie Davis, who were both on their way to bigger, franchise fame.
Watch it on: Prime The Yards (2000, directed by James Gray)
Back in 2000, James Gray’s operatic crime thriller was dumped unceremoniously into theaters by Harvey Weinstein and ignored by audiences. Like all the director’s films, though, it’s well worth viewing, combining hard-boiled storytelling with graceful visuals. Mark Wahlberg gives one of his best performances as Leo, an ex-con who returns to the fold of his shady New York family and gets tangled up in city corruption surrounding the subway system. A shifty Joaquin Phoenix plays Leo’s ne’er-do-well friend who is embroiled in a dramatic relationship with a young woman (Charlize Theron), while James Caan is suitably menacing as Leo’s morally dubious benefactor. The Yards also showed the first signs of Gray’s considerable talent; he’d go on to make We Own the Night, Two Lovers, The Lost City of Z, and Ad Astra.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime the critical bombs
Warner Bros. Addicted to Love (1997, directed by Griffin DUnne)
All of Griffin Dunne’s films (including the delightfully bizarre Practical Magic) deserve more appreciation, but Addicted to Love is a personal favorite of mine, a largely forgotten romantic comedy that satirizes gooey Hollywood storytelling tropes. It casts Meg Ryan and Matthew Broderick, two stalwarts of the rom-com genre, as a bitter pair united by a hatred of their respective exes, who are now dating each other. Ryan and Broderick spy on their former partners and, of course, eventually fall for each other, but the film never sacrifices its acidic tone, even as their relationship turns tender.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Armageddon (1998, directed by Michael Bay)
If nothing else, Armageddon is a crucial cultural artifact: a portent of American culture’s jingoism in the 2000s, when blockbuster action sequences had the tone and tenor of Budweiser commercials. Where Michael Bay’s prior film, The Rock (which is much better regarded), had tapped into the U.S. military’s dysfunction and despondency post-Vietnam, Armageddon sees the country uniting to obliterate an evil asteroid by turning to … the oil industry. (It also spends a good chunk of time mocking post-Soviet Russia.) Despite the ridiculous plotting and Bay’s frenetic editing of every set piece, Armageddon is the clearest distillation of his macho brand of propaganda, designed to have audiences cheering by the end (against their better judgment). Listen to Ben Affleck’s gleeful commentary to triple the entertainment factor.
Watch it on: Hulu, HBO Blackhat (2015, directed by Michael Mann)
Five years ago, one of the great contemporary directors still working made a globe-trotting cyber thriller starring Thor himself and was completely ignored. Booed by critics and dumped by its studio into the doldrums of January, Blackhat made only a shocking $8 million at the domestic box office. Yet it’s a terrific entry in Michael Mann’s esteemed body of work (which includes other movies, such as Heat, Miami Vice, and Manhunter, that were underrated in their day). Chris Hemsworth plays a hard-bodied hacker who’s released from prison to battle a shadowy online terrorist; like many of Mann’s later films, Blackhat is a story of the analog world’s struggle to confront its digital future, wrapped up in a very masculine action saga. If you can, try to catch the director’s cut, which cleans up some of the film’s dense plotting and airs regularly on FX.
Watch it on: FX The Box (2009, directed by Richard Kelly)
This is the third film directed by Richard Kelly, a onetime wunderkind who burst onto the scene with the 2001 cult hit Donnie Darko. The Box is also his best, though few have recognized it as such. It was a bomb on release, getting poor reviews and the rare dishonor of an F from CinemaScore. But its wild ambition is second to none, spinning Richard Matheson’s mordant short story “Button, Button” into a paranoid 1970s epic—part domestic drama, part psychological horror, part sci-fi fantasy revolving around a NASA expedition to Mars and magic portals. This movie has short, simple scares that I’ve never forgotten, and a plot convoluted enough to obsess over forever. I live in hope of a fourth film from Kelly.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Constantine (2005, directed by Francis Lawrence)
Fifteen years after its release, this remains one of the best and cleverest comic-book adaptations ever made, and probably the most underrated entry in Keanu Reeves’s cinematic career. This is a horror thriller that dives into biblical fantasy, casting a varied ensemble (Tilda Swinton, Djimon Hounsou, Gavin Rossdale, and Shia LaBeouf) as various angels and demons doing battle in modern-day Los Angeles. Based on Alan Moore’s Vertigo comic Hellblazer, Constantine junks a lot of the established hallmarks of the character John Constantine (he’s supposed to be a witty Brit who looks like Sting), but that doesn’t matter. Reeves’s laconic style is a perfect fit for the cynical antihero, and Rachel Weisz thrives in twin roles as sisters on either side of an infernal crime that Constantine is called to investigate.
Watch it on: DC Universe The Counselor (2013, directed by Ridley Scott)
Of the seven films made by Ridley Scott in the past decade, none is more critically reviled than The Counselor, a knotty crime drama written by Cormac McCarthy and featuring an all-star ensemble that includes Brad Pitt, Javier Bardem, Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz, and Cameron Diaz. Summarizing its noir-ish plot, which revolves around the Juárez, Mexico, drug trade, is impossible, but the film is worth watching simply because there’s nothing like it. McCarthy’s florid dialogue and Scott’s hazy visuals are bewitching, and every actor gives an energetic performance pushed to ridiculous heights (one scene in particular, involving Diaz and a Ferrari, is hypnotically baffling). The Counselor is a dark acquired taste, but a deeply satisfying one.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Universal pictures The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006, directed by Justin Lin)
After the success of the first Fast and the Furious movie, in 2001, Vin Diesel’s car-racing franchise struggled to stand out until 2009, when its original cast returned under Justin Lin’s direction for the surprise smash Fast & Furious. But the groundwork for that revitalization had been laid three years earlier with Tokyo Drift, Lin’s debut film in the series. Though Tokyo Drift introduces Sung Kang as the fan-favorite character Han, none of the series’s other beloved characters appears. Yet Lin’s skill with crisp action and quick-paced banter—built up in his fantastic breakthrough, Better Luck Tomorrow, which also starred Kang—makes this one of the best in the franchise.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Hulk (2003, directed by Ang Lee)
Coming off the resounding success of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, Ang Lee could’ve made any film he wanted. He picked an adaptation of Marvel Comics’ most tortured star, the Hulk (Eric Bana). At the time, the movie was seen as odd, mocked for its wobbly CGI, and suffered one of the largest box-office drops in history for a blockbuster after its opening weekend. Viewed now, given the cookie-cutter format of contemporary superhero movies, it’s a startling experience. Lee turns his film into a living comic book, zooming in and out of boxy frames and inventing a visual language that could’ve become an exciting norm for the medium. The story, which sees the Hulk doing Freudian battle with his demonic father (Nick Nolte) and unearthing dark family secrets, is bizarre, and thrillingly so.
Watch it on: Starz In the Cut (2003, directed by Jane Campion)
Every film Jane Campion has directed since her Oscar-winning The Piano (1993) is underrated and underseen, but In the Cut was perhaps her biggest flop on release. That was partly because it subverted Meg Ryan’s usual bubbly onscreen persona, casting her as Frannie Avery, an introverted English teacher who starts dating the detective (Mark Ruffalo) investigating a murder case in her apartment building. It’s a sweaty, grisly, and sexually charged thriller that swerves from strange comedy to gory horror from scene to scene. But that tonal whiplash is one of Campion’s smartest storytelling tools, properly rattling viewers and plunging them into Frannie’s mixed-up headspace.
Watch it on: Crackle Jennifer’s Body (2009, directed by Karyn Kusama)
This is the movie that landed Karyn Kusama in “movie jail” for almost a decade: a gleefully bloody teen-horror comedy that was undone by the high expectations for its script. The writer, Diablo Cody, had won an Oscar the previous year for her Juno screenplay, and though this follow-up had that film’s humor, its intense gore and flippant humor were too much for critics at the time. Fortunately, Jennifer’s Body is already being reevaluated as a trashy classic, a nastier update of movies like Heathers that turns the social competition of high school into a literal bloodbath. Kusama has also reemerged as a filmmaker, with the excellent indie horror The Invitation.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Universal pictures Josie and the Pussycats (2001, directed by Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan)
This knowing revival of the Archie Comics series was a failure on release, but has deservedly attracted a cult following in the years since. It’s a pitch-perfect parody of the manufactured pop pipeline in the early 2000s, watching as the chipper rock band comprising Josie (Rachael Leigh Cook), Melody (Tara Reid), and Valerie (Rosario Dawson) is run through the major-label mill. Parker Posey and Alan Cumming play perfect corporate villains, and almost every scene is suffused with ostentatious subliminal advertising, with au courant brand names crowding the frame. It’s a bitingly clever work, with a great power-pop soundtrack that includes contributions from the late Adam Schlesinger.
Watch it on: Hulu with Cinemax, Xfinity Jupiter Ascending (2015, directed by Lana Wachowski and Lilly Wachowski)
In the 2010s, blockbuster studio filmmaking made a hard pivot to existing intellectual property for its biggest movies: Star Wars, comic books, anything audiences might have nostalgia for. The Wachowskis, as they often do, went their own route. After giving cinema one of its greatest franchises in 1999 with The Matrix, the duo took a different direction in 2015 with a loopily operatic sci-fi epic rooted in nothing but their own imaginations. They were pilloried by critics. Jupiter Ascending is a wonderfully absurd space fairy tale starring Channing Tatum as a dog-man, Eddie Redmayne as an immortal arch-capitalist villain, and Mila Kunis as a secret princess who unwittingly owns the property deeds to our solar system. If you can get on this movie’s wavelength, you’ll find much to enjoy in its many flights of fancy.
Watch it on: Netflix
Non-Stop (2014, directed by Jaume Collet-Serra)
Since the surprise success of Taken in 2008, Liam Neeson has played a broken-down man forced to take the law into his own hands in countless mid-budget action dramas: Unknown, Cold Pursuit, The Commuter, Run All Night, and many more. Non-Stop is easily the best of them, partly thanks to Jaume Collet-Serra, a Spanish director who is one of the finest purveyors of modern pulp cinema (along with many Neeson movies, his other credits include The Shallows and Orphan). Set entirely on an airplane flying from New York to London, Non-Stop follows an alcoholic air marshal who gets caught in a deadly battle when a terrorist starts texting him. Perfectly befitting its setting, this thriller has the plot of the best kind of airplane paperback, with just the right number of twists and turns.
Watch it on: Sling Ocean’s Twelve (2004, directed by Steven Soderbergh)
Despite coasting to box-office success, Ocean’s Twelve was disliked on release for swerving in the opposite direction from the über-cool Ocean’s Eleven. Critics dismissed it as overindulgent, pretentious, and ultimately pointless: The heist plot is nigh-impossible to understand, most of the crucial exposition is entirely absent, and there’s a subplot in which the character played by Julia Roberts pretends to be the real Julia Roberts. In hindsight, though, the film is a perfect deconstruction of sequel logic, showing the difficulty of finding new directions for a beloved cast of characters. Where Ocean’s Eleven was all smooth style, Ocean’s Twelve is a knowing subversion that lays bare the ridiculous fallacy of movie-star charm. It also happens to be very, very funny.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime Pain & Gain (2013, directed by Michael Bay)
Practically every Bay film has been dismissed by reviewers on release, and often for good reason. His high-octane storytelling style makes the simplest scenes of dialogue utterly hyperactive, and most of his recent efforts are about talking robot toys. But Pain & Gain was a sly departure for this director, a low-budget (by his standards) crime comedy that feels like a Coen Brothers movie on growth hormones. Based on a true story, Pain & Gain is about three bodybuilders (played by Mark Wahlberg, Dwayne Johnson, and Anthony Mackie) who embark on a harebrained kidnapping scheme for easy money; naturally, things quickly go awry. Bay doesn’t abandon his trademark energy, but instead deploys it as satire—these characters might think they’re in a flashy action movie, but their circumstances are far more mundane and depressing.
Watch it on: Vudu, Prime
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This article is about the series finale of Star Trek: Enterprise. For the books on Star Trek: The Original Series, see These Are the Voyages (book series). For the Star Trek quote, see Where no man has gone before.
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"These Are the Voyages..."Star Trek: Enterprise episodeEpisode no.Season 4 Episode 22Directed byAllan KroekerWritten byRick Berman Brannon BragaFeatured musicDennis McCarthy Kevin KinerCinematography byDouglas KnappProduction code422Original air dateMay 13, 2005Guest appearance(s)
Jonathan Frakes as William Riker
Marina Sirtis as Deanna Troi
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Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard (voice, end sequence)
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"These Are the Voyages..." is the series finaleof the American science fiction televisionseries Star Trek: Enterprise. The 22nd episode of the fourth season and the 98th of the series overall, it first aired on the UPN network in the United States on May 13, 2005. "These Are the Voyages..." is a frame story, where the 22nd-century events of Star Trek: Enterpriseare shown through a 24th-century holodeckre-creation during the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "The Pegasus". The episode features guest stars Jonathan Frakes, Marina Sirtis, and Jeffrey Combs, as well as a voice cameo from Brent Spiner. Series creators Rick Berman and Brannon Braga, who co-wrote the episode, conceived "These Are the Voyages..." as a valentine to Star Trekfans.
Set in the 22nd century, the series follows the adventures of the first Starfleet starship Enterprise, registration NX-01. In this episode, the story moves to the year 2370, when Commander William Riker grapples with making a difficult admission to his commanding officer about a cover-up. Riker, after consulting Counselor Troi, turns to the simulated events of the year 2161 for guidance, when the crew of Enterprise travels home to Earth for both decommissioning and the formation of the United Federation of Planets.
Reaction to "These Are the Voyages..." was negative. Critics and cast alike believed the Next Generation frame robbed the characters and their fans of closure, and that the death of Commander Tucker felt forced and unnecessary. The final episode attracted 3.8 million viewers, the highest number since the previous season. After a strong premiere, Enterprise had grappled with declining ratings throughout its run. By the fourth season, fewer than three million viewers tuned in each week despite what some fans and critics considered an increase in episode quality. After selling the syndication rights, UPN and Paramount announced in February 2005 that the fourth season would be the show's last. With no new Star Trek episodes in the fall of 2005, the 2005–2006 season was the first year without a first-run Star Trek in 18 years. Despite the cancellation, Paramount hoped to revive the series, and Berman began work on a possible new Star Trek film, which was ultimately rejected in favor of the J. J. Abrams-directed Star Trek.
PlotEdit
In 2370, Commander William Riker, aboard Enterprise-D, is troubled by the events depicted in the Next Generation episode "The Pegasus", and seeks guidance. At Lieutenant Commander Deanna Troi's suggestion, Riker sets a holo-program to the date 2161, some six years after the events of "Terra Prime", to a time when the original Enterprise (NX-01) is due to be decommissioned after ten years of active service. The starship and its crew are also returning to Earth for the signing of the Federation Charter, and Captain Archer frets over the speech he will give to the assembled delegates.
En route, Riker and Troi observe as Enterpriseis contacted by Shran, a former Andorian Imperial Guard who Archer believed was dead. Shran is married to Jhamel ("The Aenar"), and their young daughter has been kidnapped. He asks for Archer's help in rescuing her from Rigel X. Archer decides to assist, despite Commander T'Pol's warning that they may be late returning for the ceremony. Riker joins the Enterprise crew as it assaults Shran's enemies and brings his daughter safely back. Troi also advises that Riker assume the role of ship's chef, hoping to earn the confidence of the simulated crew. As he prepares food with the crew, he learns more about their memories and impressions of Tucker.
He also watches as the kidnappers board Enterprise, and how, in order to save Archer's life, Commander Tucker overloads two conduits and dies after being mortally wounded. Riker notices that Archer is troubled that he must write a speech about how worthwhile their explorations have been, despite his friend's death, but T'Pol assures him Tucker would have considered it worthwhile. On Earth, Troi watches as Archer enters a crowded grand hall to give his speech and Riker joins her, now sure of what course he should take.[1] The final shot of the episode is a montage of the ships named Enterprise: (NCC-1701-D, NCC-1701, and NX-01) as Captains Picard, Kirk, and Archer recite the "Where no man has gone before" prologue.
ProductionEdit

Jonathan Frakes relished the chance to portray Riker once again.[2]
"These Are the Voyages..." was written by Braga and Berman, the pair's only script of the fourth season. Enterprise writer Mike Sussman told TrekNation in May 2005 that Braga had considered the idea of an episode crossover featuring characters from other Star Trek series prior to the finale. Sussman's original idea for the episode was to have The Doctor of Star Trek: Voyager treating an ill patient who may or may not have been Archer trapped in the future. Due to the subject matter, Sussman said his version would not have been suitable for the final episode.[3] In interviews, Berman said the episode had always been intended as the season finale regardless of cancellation, and gave conflicting answers regarding whether Trip would still have been killed if the show was to continue.[4][5]
Allan Kroeker directed the episode, his third series finale following Star Trek: Deep Space Nine's "What You Leave Behind" and Star Trek: Voyager's "Endgame".[6] "These Are the Voyages..." featured guest appearances by Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis as their Next Generation characters William Riker and Deanna Troi. Brent Spiner, another Next Generation veteran who had guest-starred earlier in the fourth season of Enterprise, had an off-screen speaking role as the android Data.[6] Jeffrey Combs appeared as the Andorian Shran, whom Coto had wanted to be a permanent addition to the cast in the event of another season.[7]
Filming of the final episode began on Friday, February 25, after the first half of the day was spent completing "Terra Prime". Principal photography took eight days to complete, one day longer than usual. The snowy complex set of Rigel X, first seen in the pilot episode, was used, as was the rarely seen Enterprise galley. Enterprise-D locations such as hallways and the observation lounge were re-created. Frakes and Sirtis arrived just as a "Save Enterprise" rally was being held outside the lot. Similar to "What You Leave Behind", many of the production staff cameoed for a large crowd scene at the end of the episode, as Archer prepares to give his speech. Fifteen "VIPs" including writers Judith and Garfield Reeves-Stevens, André Bormanis, and Manny Coto joined two dozen extras in forming part of the audience. The rest of the digital set was filled by a computer-generated crowd. After their parts were finished, the final dismissal of each cast member was met with applause. Jolene Blalock and Scott Bakula were the last actors to be released, and Bakula gave a speech thanking the production crew for making the cast feel welcome. Filming ended on Tuesday, March 8, and the sets were struck. Frakes and Sirtis returned on March 9 to complete green screen shots, which would be used when their characters entered or exited the holodeck.[6] Before the episode's release, Berman would not elaborate on the final episode's content, saying "It's going to have some surprising twists and turns. It's somewhat of a valentine."[8]
ReceptionEdit
Upon broadcast on UPN, various responses were published about this episode. This includes commentary by production, cast, audience, and the press.
Cast reception

Jolene Blalock, who played T'Pol, was highly critical of the series finale.
"These Are the Voyages..." was negatively received by both critics and the show's cast. Before the episode aired, Blalock called the episode "appalling."[9] She followed up her remarks by saying she was upset over the finale being a The Next Generation episode rather than an end for Enterprise.[10]Connor Trinneer (who played Commander Trip Tucker), felt the finale should have had a memorable farewell that he described as a "MAS*H moment", but the producers did not want such an element.[4] Anthony Montgomery (who played Ensign Travis Mayweather) was similarly displeased with the finale and said, "I feel there could have been a more effective way to wrap things up for our show as well as the franchise as a whole. It just seemed to take a little bit away from what the Enterprise cast and crew worked so diligently to achieve over the past four years."[11] While Frakes enjoyed working with Sirtis again, he said "the reality is it was a bit of a stretch to have us shut down [the Enterprise cast's] show," and that in hindsight it was a disservice to them.[2] The early criticism forced the show's producers to hold a conference and address the issue. Braga admitted there was cast unrest, but defended the episode as a way to close not just Enterprise but Star Trek as a whole.[12]
Critical reception
Reviewers were also critical of the Next Generation tie-in. Sci Fi Weekly's Patrick Lee said the framing story "reduces [the Enterprisecast] to the status of lab rats." Lee further noted that even without the guest appearances, the episode did not live up to the best offerings of the season, including "In a Mirror, Darkly".[9] National Post's Alex Strachan called the Next Generation cameos reminders of better Star Trek, compared to the "bad make-up effects, bad acting, bad music" of the latest show.[13] Rob Salem of the Toronto Star said the cameos served no narrative purpose, and that the episode "robs [the] characters (and their fans) of any significant long-term development or satisfying sense of closure."[14] Reviewers also criticized the episode's ending, where viewers never got to see Archer's rousing speech.[15][16] IGN said the episode was "Berman and Braga's parting shot, making sure that everyone knew who was in charge," and that the sharp contrast between "These Are the Voyages..." and "Terra Prime" brought into relief the reason neither should be allowed to produce Star Trek ever again.[16]
The death of Tucker was another object of controversy. Salem described the development as "a major character is pointlessly killed off in service of a pointless plot device,"[14] a complaint echoed by IGN.[16]Actor Connor Trinneer, who played Trip, said during a convention appearance that the character had "gotten out of much worse scrapes than that," and the death seemed forced. The writers, Trinneer contended, wanted to kill off a character to "get the fans talking," and so Trip was killed off simply to manipulate viewers.[17] Several critics ended their reviews by saying that whether fans would be disappointed or pleased by the episode, the majority of casual viewers would not care one way or another.[13][18][19]
WhatCulture ranked this episode the 19th worst episode of Star Trek.[20]
In 2017, this episode was rated number one worst episode of the Star Trek franchise of all series before Star Trek: Discovery, by ScreenRant.[21]
Reception analysis
In response to some of these criticisms, Coto said he personally considered the two-part story "Demons" and "Terra Prime" the actual finale of the Enterprise storyline.[22] Berman said "I've read a lot of the criticisms and I understand how some people feel, but [Braga] and I spent a lot of time coming up with the idea and a somewhat, I would say, unique ending to a series, especially when you’re ending it prematurely. [...] You never like to disappoint people, but I think it's nonsense to say that it was more a Next Generationepisode than an Enterprise episode. The only elements of [The Next Generation] that were present were there as a sounding board to allow us to look at a mission that took place six years after "Terra Prime"."[23]
In 2009, Den of Geek, while acknowledging cast critiques of the finale, said "These Are the Voyages...'" was the tenth best episode of the series, praising the inclusion of Riker and Troi and remarking the "undeniable joy in seeing the familiar and beloved characters back on screen."[24]
Home media releaseEdit
The episode was released on DVD home media as part of the season four box set on November 1, 2005 in the United States.[25] The Blu-ray release of the final season of Enterprise was made available on April 29, 2014.[26]
Series cancellationEdit
On February 3, 2005, UPN and Paramount announced that the fourth season of the show would be its last.[27] The network waited until the series had been sold to syndication before making the announcement.[8] The cancellation marked the first time new Star Trek episodes would not appear on television in 18 years, since Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered.[28] The fourth season continued production so Paramount could sell an attractive 98 episodes to syndicates.[8]
BackgroundEdit
"Broken Bow", Enterprise's 2001 premiere episode, attracted 12.5 million viewers in its first broadcast,[29] but ratings quickly dropped to a low of 5.9 million viewers. Enterprise was threatened with cancellation by the third season.[30] The show survived by slashing its budget amid broadcaster UPN's schedule revamp.[8] The show was moved to Fridays in 2004, while the rest of UPN's programming became more female-friendly, in part due to the success of America's Next Top Model. The third season introduced a season-long story arc, to some of the best reviews of the entire series.[30] In the fourth season, Manny Cotobecame executive producer after writing and co-producing the show since 2003. While Coto's episodes were hailed by critics and fans as equaling the quality of previous Star Trek television series,[29] the average viewership dropped to 2.9 million,[8] with a series-low showing of 2.5 million in January 2005.[28] According to TrekNation, Enterprise's final episode attracted 3.8 million viewers, an increase of 69% over the previous season's finale.[31]
A series-ending wrap party was held for the cast and crew at the Roosevelt Hotel in April. Cast members spoke about their feelings about the end of the series. John Billingsleysaid the show "was a great ride, and it changed my life. It's something that will last forever for me." He was happy to say goodbye to the two-hour makeup sessions to create his character, Phlox. Many of the cast were taking a break and going on vacation before seeking new acting jobs. Among the notable guests were Star Trek: Nemesis screenwriter John Logan, who was not affiliated with Enterprise, and Peter Weller, who appeared as a villain in "Terra Prime".[32]
ReactionsEdit
Actress Jolene Blalock (T'Pol) criticized the early stories as boring and lacking intriguing content. She felt early Enterprise scripts ignored basic tenets of Star Trek chronology, and offered "revealing costumes instead of character development". UPN executives said the male-oriented episodes of Enterprise did not mesh with the viewership of its other top shows, such as Top Model and Veronica Mars.[29] Brannon Braga suggested the reason for cancellation was viewer fatigue, noting that "after 18 years and 624 hours of Star Trek, the audience began to have a little bit of overkill."[33] Fans, meanwhile, criticized Berman and Braga for ignoring Star Trekcanon and refusing to fix their shows. Michael Hinman, news coordinator for SyFy Portal, said that in addition to the oversaturation of Star Trek, there "also is an oversaturation of Braga and Berman. [...] They couldn't sit back and say, 'You know, we just can't keep this fresh.' No, it was more about their stupid egos, and their nonsensical 'Even if it's broke, don't fix it' attitude."[34] Braga defended the series, noting that The Next Generation faced little competition from other science fiction shows, while Enterprise had to contend with a plethora of shows such as Battlestar Galactica.
Newspapers covering Enterprise's cancellation and its final episode often said the failure of Enterprise was evidence that the franchise had moved too far from its roots and grown too dark. Andy Dehnhart of MSNBC said that "while the writers and production designers deserve credit for offering worlds that were perhaps slightly more believable, they lost the fantastic, wondrous approach to space travel that The Next Generation borrowed from the original Star Trek and then perfected."[35] USA Today's Michael Peck said that without the "dreams" of earlier series, "Star Trek becomes just another television drama."[36] Melanie McFarland of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, meanwhile, said the show "never found the sense of uniqueness within the Trek universe that every version that came before it possessed."[37] Despite the cancellation, Paramount remained optimistic. Studio head David Stapf looked "forward to a new chapter of this enduring franchise in the future."[28]Berman and screenwriter Erik Jendrensen developed a concept for a new film taking place after Enterprise but before the 1960s television show.[38] Meanwhile, Paramount asked Roberto Orci for ideas to revive the franchise, resulting in the production of a reboot film set in an alternate timeline from the 1966–2005 franchise simply titled Star Trek, released in May 2009 and directed by J. J. Abrams.
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External linksEdit
These Are the Voyages... on IMDb
These Are the Voyages... at Memory Alpha (a Star Trek wiki)
These Are the Voyages... at StarTrek.com
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Assassins 1992, London Anthony Barclay -- Balladeer, Paul Bentley -- Pres. Gerald Ford, Cathryn Bradshaw -- Lynette (Squeaky) Fromme, Michael Cantwell -- John Hinckley, Jack Ellis -- Leon Czolgosz, Michelle Fine, David Firth -- John Wilkes Booth, Louise Gold -- Sara Jane Moore, Henry Goodman -- Charles Guiteau, Paul Harrhy -- Giuseppe Zangara, Ciaran Hinds -- Samuel Byck, Sue Kelvin -- Emma Goldman, The Paul Bentley -- Proprietor, Gareth Snook -- James Blaine, Kevin Walton -- David Herold *Soundboard

Camelot - 1/5/63 OBC Closing Night Julie Andrews (Guinevere), Robert Goulet (Lancelot), Richard Burton (Arthur), Roddy McDowal (Mordred)

A Chorus Line - 5/23/75 New York Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 12, 1975 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Robert LuPone (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Shelia), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland (Judy), Don Percassi (Al), Renne Baughman (Kristine), Michael Stuart (Greg), Pam Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry)

A Chorus Line July 25, 1975 ~ Broadway Renee Baughman (Kristine Urich), Kelly Bishop (Sheila Bryant), Pamela Blair (Valerie Clark), Wayne Cilento (Mike Costa), Kay Cole (Maggie Winslow), Ronald Dennis (Richie Walters), Patricia Garland (Judy Turner), Ron Kuhlman (Don Kerr), Nancy Lane (Bebe Benzenheimer), Baayork Lee (Connie Wong), Priscilla Lopez (Diana Morales), Robert LuPone (Zach), Cameron Mason (Mark Anthony), Donna McKechnie (Cassie Ferguson), Don Percassi (Alan DeLuca), Michel Stuart (Gregory Gardner), Thommie Walsh (Bobby Mills III), Sammy Williams (Paul San Marco), Clive Wilson (Larry)

A Chorus Line April 24, 1976 ~ Broadway Robert LuPone (Zach), Clive Clerk (Larry), Ron Kuhlman (Don), Kay Cole (Maggie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Baayork Lee (Connie), Michael Stuart (Greg), Donna McKechnie (Cassie), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Nancy Lane (Bebe), Patricia Garland (Judy), Ronald Dennis (Richie), Don Percassi (Al), Renee Baughman (Kristine), Pamela Blair (Val), Cameron Mason (Mark), Sammy Williams (Paul), Priscilla Lopez (Diana)

A Chorus Line - 3/31/79 London closing night Petra Siniawski (Cassie), Geoffrey Webb (Zach), Wendy Baldock (Sheila), Graham Turner (Paul), Diane Langton (Diana), Linda Williams (Val), Leslie Meadows (Bobby), Jeffery Shankley (Al), Jo-Anne Robinson (Kristine), Richard Lloyd-King (Richie), Liz Bagley (Connie), Mark White (Mike), Judy Gridley (Judy), Nina Caie (Bebe), Susan Claire (Maggie), Lance Aston (Don), Peter Barry (Mark), Christopher Molloy (Greg), John Chester (Larry), Martin Baker (Roy), Thom Booker (Butch), Rachel Izen (Tricia), Peter Loury (Tom), June Ingrahm (Lois), Juliet Naylor (Vicki), Tracie Hart (Liza), Carla Farnsworth Webb (Paula), Julie Collins (Wendy)

A Chorus Line September 29, 1983 ~ Broadway Donna McKechnie, Ann Rienking, Cheryl Clark, Vicki Fredrick, Deborah Henry, Angelique Ilo, Wanda Richert, Ann Louise Schaut, Pam Sousa (Cassie), Eivind Harum, Joe Bennett (Zach), Kelly Bishop (Sheila), Sammy Williams, Tommy Agulair, Rene Clemente, Steve Crenshaw, Drew Geraci, Wayne Melendandri, Evan Pappas, George Pesaturo, Sam Viverito, Timpthy Wahrer (Paul), Priscilla Lopez, Chikae Ishikawa (Diana), Thommie Walsh (Bobby), Baayork Lee, Jennifer Ann Lee (Connie), Wayne Cilento (Mike), Patricia Garland, Sandahl Bergman (Judy), Don Percassi, Scott Plank (Al), Renne Baughman, Kerry Casserly (Kristine), Michael Stuart, Justin Ross (Greg), Karen Jablons, DeLee Lively, Mitzi Hamilton (Val), Cameron Mason, Timothy Scott (Mark), Terri Klausner (Bebe), Ronald Dennis, Gordon Owens (Richie), Kay Cole (Maggie), Ron Khulman, David Thomé (Don), Clive Clerk (Larry), The Current New York Company, The International Company, The National Company, The Bus & Truck Company, The Las Vegas Company, The Chicago Company and the Foreign Companies A gala performance featuring almost every cast member from every major production since 1975. Became the longest running musical in Broadway History on this date, and would hold that title until 2000 SOUNDBOARD

Evita London July 1978 Elaine Paige (Eva Perón), David Essex (Ché), Joss Ackland (Juan Perón), Siobhan McCarthy (Mistress), Mark Ryan (Magaldi) (Not the one with the last track patched from the album)

Evita 1980-01-22 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Elaine Paige (Eva Peron), John Turner (Peron), Gary Bond (Che)

Evita 1980-04-05 – West End, Prince Edward Theatre, London, UK Marti Webb (Eva Perón), Gary Bond (Ché), John Turner (Perón), Mark Ryan (Magaldi), Siobahn McCarthy (Perón's Mistress)

Follies February 20, 1971 ~ Boston (First Preview) Dorothy Collins, John McMartin, Gene Nelson, Alexis Smith, Yvonne DeCarolo Musical Numbers with some dialogue, Highlights Only.

Follies April 1972 ~ Broadway (Opening Night, Colonial Theatre, Original Broadway Production) Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Dorothy Collins (Sally), Gene Nelson (Buddy), John McMartin (Ben), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta), Ethel Shutta (Hattie), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange), Justine Johnson (Heidi).Follies April 5, 1972 (Matinee) Young Phyllis — Alexandra Borrie;Young Ben — John Johann; Dmitri Weissman — Edwin Steffe (understudy); Emily Whitman — Camila Ashland; Theodore Whitman — Ted Lawrie; Christine Crane — Jan Clayton; Kevin — David Roman; Willy Wheeler — Donald Weissmuller; Meredith Lane — Marion Marlowe; Sandra Donovan — Sonja Levkova

Follies September 1972 ~ Los Angeles Janet Blair (Sally), Alexis Smith (Phyllis), Edward Winter (Ben), Gene Nelson (Buddy), Yvonne DeCarlo (Carlotta Campion), Ethel Shutta (Hattie Walker), Justine Johnston (Heidi Schiller), Mary McCarty (Stella Deems), Fifi D'Orsay (Solange LaFitte), Marti Rolph (Young Sally/Young Heidi), Suzanne Rogers (Young Phyllis), Kurt Peterson (Young Ben), Harvey Evans (Young Buddy), Camila Ashland (Emily Whitman), Ted Lawrie (Theodore Whitman), Helon Blount (DeeDee West), Sonja Levkova (Sandra Donovan), Terry Saunders (Meredith Lane), Jan Clayton (Christine Crane), Patrick Spohn (Vincent), Jayne Turner (Vanessa), Edwin Steffe (Dimitri Weissman), Michael Bartlett (Roscoe), John J. Martin (Max Deems), Joel Craig (Willy Wheeler), Roy Barry (Kevin), Candace Cooke (Roscoe's daughter), Jacqueline Payne (Young Hattie), David Evans (Young Vincent), Margot Travers (Young Vanessa), Joseph Nelson (Major-Domo), John Grigas (Chauffeur)

Follies July 1977 ~ Milwaukee, MI Dorothy Collins (Sally), Anne Jeffreys (Phyllis), Jack Washburn (Ben), Ted Lawrie (Buddy), Jill Corey (Carlotta Campion), Dorsey Vogt (Hattie Walker), Janet Baxter Peltz (Heidi Schiller), Honey Sanders (Stella Deems), Jo Fischer (Solange LaFitte), Alice Cannon (Young Sally), Kathy Taylor (Young Phyllis), Kevin Daly (Young Ben), Frank Root (Young Buddy), Marianne Challis (Young Heidi), Julie Jenner (Emily Whitman), Betty Wragge (Thea Whitman), David Curry (Vincent), Irma Curry (Vanessa), Paul Albrecht (Dimitri Weissman), Clyde Laurents (Roscoe), Cris Groenendaal (Max Deems), Joe Billone (Kevin), Gary Barker (Chauffeur), Jeanne Krempp (Young Carlotta), Diane Nicole (Young Hattie), Mib Bramlette (Young Stella), Judith Ann Conte (Young Solange), Ruth Anne McCoy (Young Emily), Jan Wahl (Young Thea)

Follies 1985 ~ Manchester Mary Millar (Sally), Josephine Blake (Phyllis), Kevin Colson (Ben), Bill Bradley (Buddy), Jeannie Harris (Carlotta Campion), Chili Bouchier (Hattie Walker), Betty Benfield (Heidi Schiller), Meg Johnson (Stella Deems), Monica Dell (Solange LaFitte), Liz Izen (Young Sally), Debbie Snook (Young Phyllis), Stephen Hale (Young Ben), Paul Burton (Young Buddy0, Meryl Richardson (Young Heidi), Shirley Greenwood (Emily Whitman), Bryan Burdon (Theodore Whitman), Peter Honri (Vincent), Marie Lorraine (Vanessa), David Scase (Dimitri Weismann), Joseph Powell (Roscoe), Les Want (Max Deems), Lorraine Croft (Young Stella), Mitch Sebastian (Young Vincent), Kim Ismay (Young Vanessa), Linda Jane Holmes (Francesca), David Morgan-Young (Kevin), Anthony O’Driscoll (Chauffeur), Anthony Thomas James (Photographer)

Guys and Dolls Revival 1992 ~ Broadway Peter Gallagher (Sky Masterson), Nathan Lane (Nathan Detroit), Faith Prince (Miss Adelaide), Josie de Guzman (Sarah Brown), Walter Bobbie (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Eleanor Glockner (Agatha) SOUNDBOARD

Gypsy - Broadway - 1974 Angela Lansbury, Zan Charisse, Rex Robbins

Hello Dolly - Broadway - December 27, 1970 - Closing Night Ethel Merman, Jack Goode, Russell Nype, June Helmers, Danny Lockin, Georgia Engel

Hello Dolly - Broadway - 1978 Carol Channing (Dolly Gallagher Levi), Eddie Bracken (Horace Vandergelder), Florence Lacey (Irene Molloy), Lee Roy Reams (Cornelius Hackl), Robert Lydiard (Barnaby Tucker), Alexandra Korey (Minnie Fay), K.T. Baumann (Ermengarde), Michael C. Booker (Ambrose Kemper), Johan Anania (Rudolph), P.J. Nelson (Ernestina)

Into the Woods March 17 1993 - Sydney Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

Into the Woods March 28, 2012 - Baltimore Lauren Kennedy (Witch), Jeffry Denman (Narrator), Erik Liberman (Baker), Danielle Ferland (Baker's Wife), Jenny Latimer (Cinderella), Justin Scott Brown (Jack), Cheryl Stern (Jack's Mother), Dana Steingold (Little Red Ridinghood), Nik Walker (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Britney Coleman (Rapunzel), Robert Lenzi (Rapunzel's Prince/Cinderella's Father), Alma Cuervo (Cinderella's StepmotheGrandmotheGiant), Nikka Lanzarone (Florinda), Eleni Delopoulos (Lucinda), Jeremy Lawrence (Steward/Mysterious Man) Nice to have an audio of Danielle Ferland (the original Little Red Ridinghood on Broadway) as the Baker's Wife. She's amazing in "Moments in the Woods"!

La Cage Aux Folles - London - July 24, 2009 Philip Quast, Roger Allam, Nolan Frederick, Ben Deery, Alicia Davies, Tracie Bennett, Iain Mitchell, Abigail McKern, Adrian Der Gregorian, Scott Spreadbury, Matt Krzan, Nicolas Cunningham, Darren Carnall, Gary Murphy, Ben Bunce, Leanne Harwood, Robert Maskell

Little Shop Of Horrors The Comedy Theatre London 12th August 1985 Seymour - Barry James, Mushnik - Harry Towb, Audrey - Claire Moore, Orin and others - David Burt, Crystal - Nicola Blackman, Ronnette - Dawn Hope, Chiffon - Shezwae Powell, Audrey II - Gary Martin Notes: The track with "The Meek Shall Inherit" contains the following scene which includes "Somminex" and "Somewhere That's Green (Reprise)."

A Little Night Music January 23, 1973 ~ Boston (Opening night) George Lee Andrews, Len Cariou, Despo, Patricia Elliott, Beth Fowler, Hermione Gingold, Laurence Guittard, Garn Stephens, Glynis Johns, Judy Kahan, Mark Lambert, Barbara Lang, Victoria Mallory, Teri Ralston, Benjamin Rayson, Elaine Tomkinson, Gene Varrone

A Little Night Music October 17, 1995 ~ London Judi Dench (Desirée Armfeldt), Siân Phillips (Madame Armfeldt), Laurence Guittard (Fredrik Egerman), Joanna Riding (Anne Egerman), Brendan O'Hea (Henrik Egerman), Lambert Wilson (Count Carl-Magnus Malcolm), Patricia Hodge (Countess Charlotte Malcolm), Issy van Randwyck (Petra), Claire Cox (Fredrika), Di Botcher, Louise Reckon-Richards, Kate Dyson, Tim Godwin, Sylvia Griffin, Stephen Hanley, Paul Kynman, Joe Maddison, John Owen-Jones, Ernestina Quarcoo, Morag McLaren

Oliver! January 1965 ~ Chicago Ronny Kroll (Oliver Twist), Davey Jones (The Artful Dodger), Robin Ramsey (Fagin), Judy Bruce (Nancy), Danny Sewell (Bill Sykes), Alan Crofoot (Mr. Bumble), Bram Nossen (Mr. Brownlow), Dawna Shove (Widow Corney), John Miranda (Mr. Sowerberry), Ruth Maynard (Mrs. Sowerberry)

On the Town 1971 ~ Broadway Ron Husmann (Gabey), Jess Richards (Chip), Remak Ramsay (Ozzie), Donna McKechnie (Ivy Smith), Phyllis Newman (Claire De Loone), Bernadette Peters (Hildy), Tom Avera (Pitkin), Marilyn Cooper (Lucy Schmeeler), Fran Stevens (Maude P. Dilly)

Promises, Promises - 1968 Broadway soundboard Jerry Orbach (Chuck Baxter), Jill O'Hara (Fran Kubelick)

Rebecca Caine: No, No, Cosette - London - March 25, 2012 Rebecca reveals her dark side. Music by Blitzstein, Vernon Duke, Turnage, Ravenhill/Offenbach, Kern, Porter, Novello, Yeston, Coward and more. With Nathan Martin on piano.

Rocky Horror June 22, 1991, London Anthony Head (Frank N Furter), Craig Ferguson (Brad Majors), Zalie Burrow (Janet Weiss), Tim Whitnall (Riff Raff), Kate O'Sullivan (The Usherette/Magenta), Vicky Licorish (Columbia), Ivan Kaye (Dr. Scott/Eddie), Adam Caine (Rocky), Peter Bayliss (The Narrator), Ian Good (Phantom), Julia Hampson (Phantom), Penelope McGhie (Phantom), Paul Reeves (Phantom), Stephen Thiebault (Phantom), Mark Turnbull (Phantom) *Final performance

Sunday in the Park with George 1990 West End Phillip Quast (George), Maria Friedman (Dot/Marie), Sheila Ballantine (Old Lady/Blair Daniels), Nuala Willis (Nurse/Harriet Pawling), Michael O'Connor (Franz/Dennis), Nicolas Colicos (A SoldieAlex), Gary Raymond (Jules/Bob Greenberg), Nyree Dawn Porter (Yvonne/Naomi Eisen), Michael Attwell (A Boatman/Lee Randolph), Megan Kelly (Celeste #1), Clare Burt (Celeste #2/Betty), Aneirin Huws (Louis), Di Botcher (Frieda/Elaine), Ellen van Schuylenburch (Woman Looking for a Glove), Barry Atkinson (Man Playing the Horn), Matt Zimmerman (Mr./Charles Redmond), Vivienne Martin (Mrs./Billie Webster), Buffy Davis (A Waitress), Simon Fielder (A Photographer) -Tracked

Sweeney Todd (Broadway Revival: 1989) Bob Gunton (Sweeney Todd), Beth Fowler (Ms. Lovett), Jim Walton (Anthony), Gretchen Kinglsey (Johanna), David Barron (Judge Turpin), Micahel McCarty (Beadle Bamford), Eddie Korbich (Tobias), SuEllen Estey (Beggar Woman), Bill Nabel (Pirelli)

Sweeney Todd - Melbourne, Australia - June 21, 2019 Anthony Warlow and Gina Riley

West Side Story - Scandinavian tour - Copenhagen, Denmark - March 16, 1962 - Soundboard David Holliday (Tony), Jill Martin (Maria), Carole Gray (Anita), Rikki Septimus (Bernardo), Gordon Wales (Riff)

Video wants
Anything Goes London -- July 17, 2004 Sally Ann Triplett, John Barrowman, Martin Marquez, Simon Day, Mary Stockley, Susan Tracey, Rachel Stanley Amazing quality with a lot of close-ups! Almost look like it's a proshot! 2 DVDs

Assassins 12/21/90 ~ New York Victor Garber,Terrence Mann, Jonathan Hadary, Lee Wilkof, Annie Golden, Debra Monk, Patrick Cassidy, Greg Germann From Playwrights Horizons; one head in the way and filmed from very close; upgraded copy with clearer picture and sound; a very nice video A
Into The Woods Nancy Dussault (Witch), Cynthia Sikes (Baker's Wife), Chip Zien (Baker), Kim Crosby (Cinderella), Edmund Lyndeck (NarratoMysterious Man), Robert Westenberg (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), Ben Wright (Jack), Barbara Bryne (Jack's Mother), LuAnne Ponce (Little Red), Marin Mazzie (Rapunzel), Dean Butler (Rapunzel's Prince), Merle Louise (Cinderella's MotheGranny/Giant), Joy Franz (Stepmother), Kay McClelland (Florinda), Teresa Burrell (Lucinda), Adam Grupper (Steward) Complete recording of Nancy Dussault in the role of the witch. The recording looks like it was professionally shot with one camera, maybe for media purposes. It is completely watchable, but unfortunately there is a decent amount of generational loss. File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1989, Broadway Betsy Joslyn, Dick Cavett, Chip Zien, Chuck Wagner, Barbara Bryne, Ben Wright, Danielle Ferland, Kim Crosby Broadway Highlights nicely filmed, about an hour's worth of footage; Cavett was still new and didn’t know all of the lines yet. A little dark at times, but good quality overall! File Format: VOB, 1 Disc

Into The Woods 1993 ~ Wytenshaw, England Caroline O'Conner, Grania Renihan, Glyn Kerslake, Charles Foster, Fenton Gray, Barry James, Di Botcher, Lindsey Dawson Very well filmed, extremely clear video. Almost looks pro shot with nice closeups and good sound A

Into The Woods 1993, Sydney, Australia Judi Connelli (Witch), Simon Chilvers (NarratoA ComposeMysterious Man), Tony Sheldon (Baker), Geraldine Turner (Baker's Wife), Pippa Grandison (Cinderella), Dean McRae (Jack), Melissa Jaffer (Jack's Mother), Sharon Millerchip (Little Red Ridinghood), Phillip Quast (Cinderella's Prince/Wolf), D. J. Foster (Rapunzel's Prince), Leonie Cambridge (Rapunzel), Deborah Wells (Cinderella's Stepmother), Jenny Vuletic (Florinda/Snow White), Jacquline Linke (Lucinda/Sleeping Beauty), Susanne Towers (Cinderella's MotheGranny)

A Little Night Music 1995 ~ London Dame Judi Dench, Joanna Riding, Siân Phillips, Issy Van Randwyk, Patricia Hodge Highlights of this legendary, amazing production from the National Theatre, London; some generation loss but nice video with good sound and some closeups, shaky. B+

Merrily We Roll Along 1981 ~ Broadway (Lonny Price, Jim Walton,Ann Morrison, Jason Alexander) UPGRADED!!! Amazing video considering its age, great sound A

Miss Saigon 1989 ~ London Lea Salonga, Jonathan Pryce, Simon Bowman, Claire Moore, Peter Polycarpou, Keith Burns From the Theatre Royal Drury Lane; Act I is highlights only with an almost complete Act II. Generation loss and spotlight washout but watchable and clear sound B

Nine 1982 ~ Broadway Raul Julia, Anita Morris, Karen Akers Very old, good for its time, picture is grainy, good close-ups Upgraded video with commerical from Anita Morris at start explaining that about her censored scene from the show; better video A

Noises Off 1983 ~ Broadway Dorothy Louden, Victor Garber, Brian Murray, Linda Thornson, Paxton Whitehead, Deborah Rush, Jim Piddock, Douglas Seale, Amy Wright Nicely filmed from the balcony, with occasional heads at the bottom of the frame. Surprisingly good considering it's age, but some slight generational loss. A-

Nymph Errant London -- 1989 Kaye Ballard, Andrea McArdle, Alexis Smith, Larry Kert, Lisa Kirk, Patrice Munsel, Maureen McGovern, Liliane Montevecchi Star-studded London concert presentation of the rarely seen Cole Porter musical. Some slight generation loss, but a very good quality video with excellent zooms.

Rocky Horror Picture Show 1990 Piccadilly Theatre, London. Mary Maddox (Usherette/Magenta), Gina Bellman (Janet), Adrian Edmondson (Brad), Jonathan Adams (Narrator), Edward Tudor-Pole (Riff Raff), Linda Davidson (Columbia), Richard O'Brien/Tim McInnerny (Frank N Furter), Adam Caine (Rocky), Gordon Kennedy (Eddie/Dr Scott), Zalie Burrow, Ian Good, Kate O'Sullivan, Paul Reeves, Stephen Thiebault (Phantoms)

The Music Man 1980 ~ Broadway Revival Dick Van Dyke Camcorder video; some generation loss B

The Three Musketeers 11/17/84 ~ Broadway, Revival Brent Spiner, Ron Taylor, Chuck Wagner, Liz Callaway, Marianne Tatum Nicely filmed from the balcony of this show that closed after just 9 performances. Some generational loss; DVD also includes a TV review by Pia Lindstrom; nice video A-
Here is my list: https://musicalsforall.weebly.com/
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2020.05.01 04:48 autobuzzfeedbot 30 LGBTQ YA Books You'll Absolutely Want To Pick Up This Spring

  1. Somebody Told Me by Mia Siegert
  2. Sword in the Stars by Amy Rose Capetta and Cori McCarthy
  3. Girl Crushed by Katie Heaney
  4. Ruthless Gods by Emily Duncan
  5. The Truth About Keeping Secrets by Savannah Brown
  6. Verona Comics by Jennifer Dugan
  7. Late to the Party by Kelly Quindlen
  8. The Mermaid, The Witch, and the Sea by Maggie Tokuda-Hall
  9. Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender
  10. Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo
  11. The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar
  12. The Fascinators by Andrew Eliopulos
  13. The Summer of Impossibilities by Rachael Allen
  14. The Boy in the Red Dress by Kristin Lambert
  15. This Coven Won't Break by Isabel Sterling
  16. Date Me, Bryson Keller! by Kevin van Whye
  17. The Names We Take by Trace Kerr
  18. Camp by L.C. Rosen
  19. Out Now ed. by Saundra Mitchell
  20. Stay Gold by Tobly McSmith
  21. The Black Flamingo by Dean Atta
  22. If We Were Us by K.L. Walther
  23. You Don't Live Here by Robyn Schneider
  24. You Should See Me in a Crown by Leah Johnson
  25. The Dark Tide by Alicia Jasinska
  26. Where We Go From Here by Lucas Rocha
  27. The State of Us by Shaun David Hutchinson
  28. The Falling in Love Montage by Ciara Smyth
  29. I'll Be the One by Lyla Lee
  30. You're Next by Kylie Schachte
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2020.04.21 03:28 Kirbinski Timeline of COVID-19 Pandemic Events - President Trump did a great job! (Part 3)

March 1, 2020 - March 30, 2020
March 1: Joe Biden, in an interview on ABC’s This Week falsely said: "They have eliminated the office we set up -- we set up in the president's office to deal with pandemic diseases."
March 1: NY Governor Mario Cuomo announced "There is no reason for undue anxiety -- the general risk remains low in New York. We are diligently managing this situation and will continue to provide information as it becomes available."
March 2: Despite Coronavirus warnings, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio tweets to encourage New Yorkers to go on with their lives and gives recommendations for movies his Twitter followers should go out and see.
March 3: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi introduces the “No Ban Act” to end the travel bans.
March 3: The CDC lifted federal restrictions on coronavirus testing to allow any American to be tested for coronavirus, “subject to doctor’s orders.” Vice President Pence announced the CDC was lifting all federal restrictions on who can be tested for COVID-19: “Any American can be tested, no restrictions, subject to doctor’s orders.” Previously, testing was limited to only those who were exhibiting symptoms and had recently traveled to China or had been exposed to a known case. However, the supply of tests in particular regions would continue to be the most common binding constraint.
March 3: The White House announced President Trump donated his fourth quarter salary to fight the coronavirus.
March 4: The Trump Administration announced the purchase of approximately 500 million N95 respirators over the next 18 months to respond to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
March 4: Secretary Azar announced that HHS was transferring $35 million to the CDC to help state and local communities that have been impacted most by the coronavirus.
March 6: President Trump signed an $8.3 billion bill to fight the coronavirus outbreak. The bill provides $7.76 billion to federal, state, & local agencies to combat the coronavirus and authorizes an additional $500 million in waivers for Medicare telehealth restrictions.
March 7: NYC Health Commissioner Oxiris Barbot (D) tells New Yorkers to take the subway and go out and enjoy life.
March 9: President Trump called on Congress to pass a payroll tax cut over coronavirus.
March 10: President Trump and VP Pence met with top health insurance companies and secured a commitment to waive co-pays for coronavirus testing.
March 10: First major event canceled by the Biden campaign because of coronavirus concerns. The Biden campaign replaced a large rally in Cleveland with a 200-person gathering in Philadelphia on Super Tuesday II.
March 11: President Trump: • Announced travel restrictions on foreigners who had visited Europe in the last 14 days (for those who had visited the Schengen Area – 26 European states that share open borders). • Directed the Small Business Administration to issue low-interest loans to affected small businesses and called on congress to increase this fund by $50 billion. • Directed the Treasury Department to defer tax payments for affected individuals & businesses and to provide $200 billion in “additional liquidity.” • Met with American bankers at the White House to discuss coronavirus. • Advocated for increase in respirator availability.
March 12: The FDA issued an EUA to Roche. Paul Brown, the head of Roche’s Molecular Solutions division, told The New Yorker, that “the company had been working on a test since February 1st” and that “the new tests, which are mostly automated, can make it possible for large testing companies such as Quest and LabCorp to test for COVID-19.” The CDC and state and local public health labs have been running tests manually. Reaching the scale of millions of tests will require automated tests on high throughput machines at large testing companies.
March 13: President Trump declared a national emergency in order to access $42 billion in existing funds to combat the coronavirus.
March 13: President Trump announced: • Public-private partnerships to open up drive-through testing collection sites (orders states to expand diagnostic testing for COVID-19). • A pause on interest payments on federal student loans. • An order to the Department of Energy to purchase oil for the strategic petroleum reserve.
March 13: The Food & Drug Administration Issued an emergency approval to Thermo Fisher for a coronavirus test within 24 hours of receiving the request.
March 13: HHS announced funding for the development of two new rapid diagnostic tests, which would be able to detect coronavirus in approximately 1 hour.
March 14: The Coronavirus Relief Bill passed the House of Representatives.
March 14: The Trump Administration: • Announced the European travel ban will extend to the UK and Ireland. • Announced a National Day of Prayer for Americans affected by coronavirus.
March 15: President Trump held a phone call with over two dozen grocery store executives to discuss on-going demand for food and other supplies.
March 15: HHS announced it is projected to have 1.9 million COVID-19 tests available in 2,000 labs this week. HHS Secretary Azar waived sanctions and penalties against any covered hospital that does not comply with various provisions of the HIPAA Privacy Rule related to patient privacy and consent, including the need “to obtain a patient’s agreement to speak with family members or friends involved in the patient’s care.” Previously, HIPAA privacy provisions and the Common Rule were holding up testing and the dissemination of information. According to an article in the New York Times, these kinds of requirements prevented labs from conducting coronavirus tests on samples collected for research purposes: Federal and state officials said the flu study could not be repurposed because it did not have explicit permission from research subjects; the labs were also not certified for clinical work. While acknowledging the ethical questions, Dr. Chu and others argued there should be more flexibility in an emergency during which so many lives could be lost. On Monday night, state regulators told them to stop testing altogether. On a phone call the day after the C.D.C. and F.D.A. had told Dr. Chu to stop, officials relented, but only partially, the researchers recalled. They would allow the study’s laboratories to test cases and report the results only in future samples. They would need to use a new consent form that explicitly mentioned that results of the coronavirus tests might be shared with the local health department. They were not to test the thousands of samples that had already been collected.
March 15: Google announced a partnership with the Trump Administration to develop a website dedicated to coronavirus education, prevention, & local resources.
March 15: All 50 states were contacted through FEMA to coordinate “federally-supported, state-led efforts” to end coronavirus.
March 15: CDC warns against large gatherings - The CDC warns against holding or attending gatherings larger than 50 people, including conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events and weddings for eight weeks, recommending that individuals cancel or postpone those events to avoid spreading the virus or introducing it into new communities.
March 15: During the Democratic debate in D.C., Biden stated he wanted to get test kits from the WHO.
March 16: President Trump: • Held a tele-conference with governors to discuss coronavirus preparedness and response. • Participated in a call with G7 leaders who committed to increasing coordination in response to the coronavirus and restoring global economic confidence. • Announced that the first potential vaccine for coronavirus has entered a phase one trial in a record amount of time. • Announced “15 days to slow the spread” coronavirus guidance.
March 16: The FDA announced it was empowering states to authorize tests developed and used by labs in their states. The FDA expanded the EUA exemption to all commercial manufacturers and labs using new commercially developed tests, not just those that are certified to perform high-complexity testing under CLIA. The FDA also devolved regulatory oversight of these labs to the states. Wojtek Kopczuk, a professor of economics at Columbia University, quipped that the “FDA sped up the process by removing itself from the process.” The FDA also issued EUAs to Hologic and LabCorp. Co-Diagnostics, a molecular diagnostics company based in Utah, already had a test available in Europe and claimed it could supply 50,000 coronavirus tests per day going forward under the new FDA exemption. On Monday, government officials announced they were going to set up more drive-through testing centers. By the end of the week, they said they expect to have 1.9 million tests available thanks to high throughput automated machines at commercial labs.
March 16: Asst. Secretary for Health confirmed the availability of 1 million coronavirus tests and projected 2 million tests available the next week and 5 million the following.
March 17: President Trump announced: • CMS will expand telehealth benefits for Medicare beneficiaries. • Relevant Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act penalties will not be enforced. • The Army Corps of Engineers is on ”standby” to assist federal & state governments.
March 17: President Trump spoke to fast food executives from Wendy’s, McDonald’s and Burger King to discuss drive-thru services recommended by CDC.
March 17: President Trump met with tourism industry representatives along with industrial supply, retail, and wholesale representatives.
March 17: Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin met with lawmakers to discuss stimulus measures to relieve the economic burden of coronavirus on certain industries, businesses, and American workers.
March 17: Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue announced a partnership between USDA, Baylor University, McLane Global, and Pepsi Co. to provide one million meals per weak to rural children in response to widespread school closures.
March 17: The Treasury Department: • Contributed $10 billion through the economic stabilization fund to the Federal Reserve’s commercial paper funding facility. • Deferred $300 billion in tax payments for 90 days without penalty, up to $1 million for individuals & $10 million for business.
March 17: The Department of Defense announced it will make available to HHS up to five million respirator masks and 2,000 ventilators.
March 17: West Virginia reports its first COVID-19 case, meaning the disease is present in all 50 states.
March 17: Six countries in the San Francisco area ordered to "shelter in place" for three weeks, meaning residents are required to remain at home unless they are leaving the house for an essential reason, or are exercising outdoors.
March 18: President Trump signed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, which provides free testing and paid sick leave for workers impacted by the coronavirus.
March 18: President Trump announced: • Temporary closure of the U.S.-Canada border to non-essential traffic. • Plans to invoke the Defense Production Act in order to increase the number of necessary supplies needed to combat coronavirus. • FEMA has been activated in every region at its highest level of response. • The U.S. Navy will deploy USNS Comfort and USNS Mercy hospital ships. • All foreclosures and evictions will be suspended for a period of time. • Executive Order on prioritizing medical resources to prevent COVID-19 spread.
March 18: Secretary of Defense Mark Esper confirmed: • 1 millon masks are now immediately available. • The Army Corps of Engineers is in NY consulting on how to best assist state officials.
March 18: HHS temporarily suspended a regulation that prevents doctors from practicing across state lines.
March 18: President Trump spoke to: • Doctors, physicians, and nurses on the front lines containing the spread of coronavirus. • 130 CEOs of the Business Roundtable to discuss on-going public-private partnerships in response to the coronavirus pandemic. March 18: China reports no new domestic infections in the country for the first time since the outbreak began. If the trend holds for 14 days, it could be a sign that China's outbreak is ending. The country is still seeing travel-related COVID-19 cases and it remains to be seen whether China will be able to prevent a second wave of infection, once the government's strict lockdown measures are lifted.
March 19: President Trump announced: • Very encouraging progress shown by anti-malaria drug Hydroxychloroquine for fighting coronavirus. • Carnival Cruise Lines will make ships available for use as hospitals in impacted areas to use for non-coronavirus patients.
March 19: Vice President Pence announced tens of thousands of ventilators have been identified that can be converted to treat patients.
March 19: The State Department issued a global level 4 health advisory, telling Americans to avoid all international travel due to coronavirus.
March 19: President Trump directed FEMA to take the lead on the Federal Government’s coronavirus response & visited FEMA HQ with Vice President Pence for a video call with Governors.
March 19: Italy's death toll tops 4,000, making it the first country to report more overall deaths than China, despite its much smaller population. The following week, COVID-19 deaths in Spain would similarly eclipse deaths in China.
March 20: The U.S. and Mexico agree to mutually restrict nonessential cross-border traffic.
March 20: Secretary Mnuchin announced at the direction of President Trump that tax day will be moved from April 15 to July 15 for all taxpayers and businesses.
March 20: President Trump: • Spoke with Sen. Schumer about coronavirus response & stimulus measures • Held a call with over 12,000 small business owners to discuss relief efforts • Announced the CDC will invoke Title 42 to provide border patrol with tools to secure the borders
March 20: The Department of Education announced it will: • Not enforce standardized testing requirements for the remainder of the school year • Allow federal student loan borrowers to stop payments without penalty for 60 days
March 20: Secretary Azar announced: • FEMA is coordinating and assisting coronavirus testing at labs across the country • The CDC is suspending all illegal entries to the country based on the public health threat, via Section 362 of the Public Health & Security Act.
March 20: Secretary Azar sent a letter to all 50 Governors that the federal government is buying and making available 200,000 testing swabs.
March 20: New York state reports that more than 15,000 people have tested positive for COVID-19 and account for roughly half of the infections in the country. The vast majority of New Yorkers with COVID-19 are in the New York City region, which Mayor Bill de Blasio calls the "the epicenter of this crisis," warning that the outbreak will get worse as supplies dwindle.
March 20: In an opinion piece for the New York Times, Dr. David L. Katz wrote “Is Our Fight Against Coronavirus Worse Than The Disease?” “What we know so far about the coronavirus makes it a unique case for the potential application of a “herd immunity” approach, a strategy viewed as a desirable side effect in the Netherlands, and briefly considered in the United Kingdom.” “This focus on a much smaller portion of the population would allow most of society to return to life as usual and perhaps prevent vast segments of the economy from collapsing. Healthy children could return to school and healthy adults go back to their jobs. Theaters and restaurants could reopen, though we might be wise to avoid very large social gatherings like stadium sporting events and concerts. So long as we were protecting the truly vulnerable, a sense of calm could be restored to society. Just as important, society as a whole could develop natural herd immunity to the virus. The vast majority of people would develop mild coronavirus infections, while medical resources could focus on those who fell critically ill. Once the wider population had been exposed and, if infected, had recovered and gained natural immunity, the risk to the most vulnerable would fall dramatically.”
March 20: CNN White House reporter Stephen Collinson wrote a political analysis titled “Trump peddles unsubtantiated hope in dark times” in which he wrote “Big footing Vice President Mike Pence's sober, informative task force briefings, Trump exaggerates facts, bashes China, blames the Obama administration, lauds his once soaring economy and baits reporters while shoveling any blame away from himself. As the pandemic spreads like quicksilver across the US and questions mount about the federal government's response amid chronic shortages in hospitals, the White House seems to be trying to get everyone to look the other way. It's holding out the promise of hope and optimism to shift attention from the reality of alarming rises in infections, a building economic crisis, a shortage of ventilators, the federal government's botched coronavirus testing roll-out, and revelations that doctors were told to use bandanas as masks.” “His critics would argue that given months of warning from events in China his White House should have been far more prepared -- especially when it comes to a shortage of tests kits that still prevents public health chiefs from drawing up a full understanding of the scale of the pandemic in the US. The administration's emerging political strategy to evade blame is also evident in a coordinated White House and conservative media effort to saddle China with all the blame for the pandemic.”
March 21: Vice President Pence announced to date over 195,000 Americans tested for coronavirus and have received their results.
March 20: Boston Globe columnist Michael A. Cohen urged networks to stop airing President Trump’s press briefings because he was spreading misinformation about a potential cure “Trump is spreading misinformation about the coronavirus – time to take away his microphone” “Practically every time Donald Trump speaks about the coronavirus pandemic he lies, exaggerates, offers false hope, and spreads misinformation. His statements are increasingly a menace to public safety. It’s time for cable news networks to stop giving him a platform for his untruths by refusing to provide live coverage of his press conferences.” “It’s bad enough that Trump is lying about his administration’s incompetent response to the coronavirus. Now he’s sowing doubt about the credibility of news organizations that are essential to providing clear and honest information to the American people.” “News outlets should thus treat Trump’s public statements like propaganda and misinformation — because that’s what they are. Fact-checking is essential, but it’s not enough. Airing his press conferences live, without immediate correction — which, because of the volume of Trump’s lies, is almost impossible to pull off — risks letting false information trickle out to the public.”
March 21: The Trump Administration announced HHS placed an order for hundreds of millions of N95 masks through FEMA.
March 21: The FDA announced it had given emergency approval to a new coronavirus test that delivers results in hours, with an intended rollout of March 30.
March 21: Adm. Giroir confirmed 10 million testing kits had been put into the commercial market from March 2 through March 14.
March 21: USA Editorial Board writes “Coronavirus treatment: Dr. Donald Trump peddles snake oil and false hope”
March 22: President Trump approved major disaster declarations for: • Washington State • California
March 22: President Trump announced: • Governors will remain in command of National Guard forces & the federal govt will fund 100% of operations cost [1, 2] (gives the OK for U.S. governors to use the National Guard for COVID-19 support) [4] • He directed the federal govt to provide 4 large federal medical stations with 2,000 beds for CA & 1,000 beds for NY & WA.
March 22: President Trump confirmed his administration was working with Peru & Honduras to return Americans stranded in both countries as a result of travel restrictions.
March 22: Vice President Pence announced: • The testing backlog will be resolved by midweek. • To date, over 254,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received their results.
March 22: President Trump announced that the USNS Mercy will be deployed to Los Angeles.
March 22: FEMA issued guidance for tribal governments to seek federal assistance under the President’s emergency declaration.
March 23: President Trump signed an executive order invoking section 4512 of the Defense Production Act to prohibit the hoarding of vital medical supplies and price gouging. He announced that HHS wass working to designate essential medical supplies as “scarce” to prohibit hoarding of those items.
March 23: VP Pence announced: • 313,000 Americans were tested for the coronavirus & received results. • FEMA established a supply chain stabilization task force so Americans get supplies they need. • HHS will have commercial labs prioritize testing for hospitalized patients.
March 23: The White House Office of Science & Technology Policy announced a public-private consortium to: • Advance coronavirus research. • Provide access to computing technology and resources for researchers.
March 23: Attorney General Barr announced: • The Justice Department held a National Task Force meeting on hoarding and price gouging. • Each of the 93 U.S. Attorney General offices is designating a lead prosecutor to prevent hoarding.
March 23: Salon published a Dan Froomkin article in which he wrote “Trump’s most dangerous flim-flam: False hope and quack advice - Hasn't he done enough damage? Now Trump is giving fake medical advice from the White House, based on "a feeling" “Trump was at the White House podium peddling a fake cure for a virus that could kill hundreds of thousands of Americans in a way that would have gotten him kicked off the Home Shopping Network and potentially invited federal prosecution for false claims and fraud.”
March 23: Axios tweeted link to article with false headline “A man has died after ingesting chloroquine phosphate – one of the anti-malaria drugs that Trump has mentioned in recent days.”
March 23: The Treasury Department announced it is working with the Federal Reserve to lend up to $300 billion to businesses and local governments.
March 24: President Trump announced the Army Corps of Engineers & the National Guard are constructing four hospitals and four medical centers in New York.
March 24: President Trump approved a major disaster declaration for the state of Iowa related to the coronavirus outbreak.
March 24: Vice President Pence: • Confirmed FEMA sent New York 2,000 ventilators. • Announced individuals who have recently been in New York should self-quarantine for 14 days.
March 24: Dr. Deborah Birx announced the U.S. has conducted more coronavirus tests in the last week than South Korea has over the prior eight weeks.
March 24: The U.S. Army issued orders for three army hospitals to deploy their health care professionals to New York and Washington state, at the direction of Secretary of the Army Ryan McCarthy.
March 24: Japan postpones the 2020 Summer Olympics, which were originally slated to be held in Tokyo starting July 24, until summer 2021. Countries including Canada and Australia had already announced that given the public health risk of the COVID-19 pandemic, they would not be sending their athletes to the Games.
March 24: Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announces a total ban on the country's 1.3 billion citizens leaving their homes for 21 days, in order to stop the spread of COVID-19.
March 24: Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs threatened all doctors and pharmacists in the state with administrative action against their professional licenses if they prescribe, or fill prescriptions of, hydroxychloroquine for the treatment of COVID-19.
March 25: President Trump approved major disaster declarations related to the #coronavirus outbreak for: • Texas • Florida • North Carolina
March 25: President Trump & Vice President Pence held a conference call with 140 non-profit organization leaders, including The Salvation Army & The Red Cross, to discuss coronavirus response efforts.
March 25: President Trump signed a bill reauthorizing The Older Americans Act, which supports senior citizens by providing meals, transportation, and other crucial services.
March 25: Vice President Pence: • Held a conference call with equipment manufacturers to discuss on-going coronavirus response efforts. • Announced 432,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received results. • Confirmed 4,000 ventilators were delivered to New York.
March 25: Vice President Pence held discussions with multiple governors, including the Governor of Indiana & the Governor of Michigan.
March 25: Washington Post correspondent Jeremy Snyder writes ”Trump is giving people false hope of coronavirus cures. It’s all snake oil.” In a separate article, the Washington Post Editorial team added “Trump is spreading false hope for a virus cure – and that’s not the only damage.”
March 26: President Trump approved major disaster declarations related to the coronavirus outbreak for: • Illinois • New Jersey • Maryland • Missouri
March 26: President Trump announced the USNS Comfort will depart for NYC on Saturday to assist in the coronavirus response – 3 weeks ahead of schedule.
March 26: President Trump participated in a video conference with the leaders of the G20 to discuss the global coronavirus response & the need for countries to share information and data on the spread of the virus.
March 26: President Trump held a phone call with Chinese President Xi Jinping to discuss the coronavirus.
March 26: Vice President Pence announced 552,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received their results.
March 26: Dr. Fauci announced the Federal Government is working with companies to speed up production of potential coronavirus vaccines while those drugs are still in the trial phase.
March 27: President Trump signed The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law.
March 27: President Trump signed a Defense Production Act memorandum ordering General Motors (GM) "to accept, perform, and prioritize federal contractors for ventilators.
March 27: President Trump signed an executive order allowing the military to activate members of the Selected Reserve and Ready Reserve to active duty to assist with the Federal response to the coronavirus.
March 27: President Trump approved major disaster declarations related to the coronavirus outbreak for: • South Carolina • Puerto Rico
March 27: President Trump appointed Office of Trade and Manufacturing policy director Peter Navarro to serve as the Defense Production Act Policy Coordinator.
March 27: President Trump announced that 100,000 ventilators are projected to be manufactured in the next 100 days, three times the amount typically manufactured in one year.
March 27: President Trump announced that Boeing offered the use of three "Dreamlifter" cargo air crafts to transport medical supplies across the country.
March 27: Partnering with FEMA, the CDC, and the Coronavirus Task Force, Apple released a coronavirus app which allows users to screen for their symptoms.
March 27: President Trump spoke with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson about the global coronavirus response and committed to helping provide ventilators to the U.K. where possible.
March 27: Vice President Pence announced that 685,000 Americans have been tested for coronavirus and received their test results.
March 27: Emory University began enrolling participants for a phase one clinical trial, sponsored by the NIH's National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), of a new, potential coronavirus vaccine.
March 27: FEMA Administrator Pete Gaynor spoke to the director of each of the state's emergency operations about the state-led, federally-supported coronavirus response effort.
March 27: The USNS Mercy arrived in the port of Los Angelse to help relieve the strain on hospital facilities in Southern California.
March 28: President Trump visited Norfolk, VA to send off the USNS Comfort to New York City where it will help relieve the strain on local hospitals.
March 28: President Trump approved major disaster declarations related to the coronavirus outbreak for: • Guam • Michigan • Massachusetts • Kentucky • Colorado
March 28: President Trump spoke with New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis regarding the coronavirus response effort.
March 28: The CDC issued new guidance for residents of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut to avoid non-essential domestic travel for 14 days to #StopTheSpread of the coronavirus within the U.S.
March 29: New Yorker published an article by staff writer Steve Coll titled “The Meaning of Donald Trump’s Coronavirus Quackery” in which he wrote “Trump’s quackery was at once eccentric and terrifying – a reminder, if one was needed, of his scorn for rigorous science, even amid the worst pandemic to strike the country in a century.” “…the case the President made for hurrying an economic revival against the advice of scientists was morally odious; it suggested that large numbers of otherwise avoidable deaths might have to be accepted as the price of job creation.”
March 29: Nancy Pelosi told CNN reporter Jake Tapper “As the president fiddles, people are dying,” and “The president, his denial at the beginning, was deadly,"
March 30: New York Times writer Kurt Eichenwald tweeted “Words to me of Louisiana MD on front lines of COVID-19 fight: “Hydroxychloroquine doesn’t work. I have more anecdotes than were used to say it might. It doesn’t. Patients who need it for autoimmune issues face a national shortage because of amateurs who don’t understand research.”
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  22. Rules for Writers with 2016 MLA Update,8th Edition: Diana Hacker & Nancy Sommers
  23. Business and Administrative Communication, 11th Edition:Kitty O. Locker & Donna S. Kienzler
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  29. Developmental Biology,11th Edition: Scott F. Gilbert & Michael J. F. Barresi
  30. Understanding Wine Chemistry,1st Edition: Andrew L. Waterhouse & Gavin L. Sacks & David W. Jeffery
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  42. Introduction to Meta-Analysis (Statistics in Practice): Michael Borenstein & Larry V. Hedges & Julian P. T. Higgins & Hannah R. Rothstein
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  45. Gerontology for the Health Care Professional,3rd Edition: Regula H. Robnett & Walter C. Chop
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  48. The Fine Line: Making Distinctions in Everyday Life:Eviatar Zerubavel
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  77. Race, Class, and Gender in the United States: An Integrated Study,10th Edition:Paula S. Rothenberg
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  86. Leadership Roles and Management Functions in Nursing, 9th Edition: Carol J. Huston & Bessie L. Marquis
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  172. American Government and Politics Today: Essentials 2017-2018 Edition:Barbara A. Bardes
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2020.03.11 08:00 kittehgoesmeow What A Day: Hotel In A Handbasket by Sarah Lazarus & Crooked Media (03/10/20)

"I don't think it's a big deal." - Noted germaphobe Donald Trump, on why he hasn't been tested

Thumbs On The Shale

President Trump’s initial response to the economic fallout from coronavirus has been to offer taxpayer-funded assistance to various industries, some in which he and his friends have financial stakes. Though to be fair, when we first learned that COVID-19 had reached our shores, who among us did not close our eyes and pray for the resort and shale industries?
And just in case racist nomenclature doesn’t do the trick, there’s always a cover-up.
Trump’s sociopathic prioritization of a healthy(-looking) stock market over a healthy American public led the administration to downplay the coronavirus when it should have been working to contain it. He’s brought those same warped priorities into the mitigation phase, and it’s now up to Congress to override them.

Look No Further Than The Crooked Media

Out of an abundance of caution for our audience, we will be cancelling the upcoming Pod Save America and Lovett or Leave It March tour dates in San Diego, Phoenix, and Seattle, due to the developing health risks posed by the coronavirus (COVID-19). We were looking forward to being in your city and hope to reschedule at a later date, when we can ensure the health and safety of our audience. Full refunds will be available at the point of purchase. Ticket holders will receive an email on Wednesday with further instructions.
Shows not scheduled in March will still move ahead as planned. We'll keep you posted if anything changes.

Under The Radar

Both Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders have canceled their campaign rallies in Cleveland this evening, making them the first political events to be canceled due to coronavirus. Sanders is counting on a big victory tonight to reverse the sense of inevitability around Biden’s candidacy—the next round of primaries on March 17 are firmly in Biden’s wheelhouse. He’ll need to pull off a surprise: According to the polls, Biden is poised to comfortably win Missouri, Mississippi, and Michigan. Sanders has polled better in Washington, Idaho, and North Dakota, but those states have fewer delegates, and polls in those states have been tightening.
Michigan is the big one to watch, and the results might not be available until Wednesday. Biden had an eventful day there, getting into a heated exchange with a Detroit factory worker over gun policy, telling the man “you’re full of shit” when he accused Biden of trying to take away Second Amendment rights. Additionally, Michael Taylor, a Republican Michigan mayor announced that he voted for Biden in the Michigan primary (where voters needn’t register for parties), after voting for Trump in 2016. He thinks many white moderate Republicans in the state will do the same.

What Else?

Russia has stepped up its efforts to interfere in the election by trying to inflame racial tensions and incite violence by white supremacist groups. What a wonderful time to have Richard Grenell overseeing the entire intelligence community! Today, he declined to brief Congress on foreign election threats, because he was unprepared and probably afraid to make Trump mad.
A three-judge, federal appeals-court panel has ruled that the Justice Department must release secret grand jury evidence from the Mueller investigation to congressional Democrats. Trump can appeal, so it’s not likely to be the final word on the matter, but one of the judges who ruled in the House’s favor is a conservative hardliner, so his outlook isn’t good.
Michael Bloomberg laid off campaign staff he had promised would have job security through the general election, even if he dropped out. Campaign staff had to tell this to reporters anonymously, because of their nondisclosure agreements.
Vladimir Putin has backed an amendment to the Russian constitution that would allow him to remain in power until 2036. The Russian public will have to vote on the referendum next month, so Putin has proposed some socially conservative measures, like a ban on same-sex marriage, to boost turnout.
The State Department wants to designate at least one violent white supremacist group as a foreign terrorist organization. That could pose a sticky situation from Trump, who, in greenlighting the designation, would have to implicitly admit that there are not, in fact, “very fine people on both sides.”
Harvey Weinstein reached out to billionaire pals Jeff Bezos and Michael Bloomberg for help after news of his systematic predation became public. Newly unsealed court documents reveal that Weinstein emailed almost two dozen powerful people in a bid to save himself. In one email to his representative, Weinstein suggested that Jennifer Anniston should be killed.
A Florida woman was charged with submitting false voter registration information, having enrolled Democratic and Independent voters as Republicans without their consent. Cheryl Hall worked for a Florida First, a voter registration group heavily funded by a pro-Trump organization.
Some maniacs are still planning cruises and it is fascinating to behold. “I’m just popping Xanax every hour. I haven’t begun snorting them yet. Once I start snorting it, then you know I'm nervous.” God bless America, baby.

Be Smarter

Hundreds of bills have died in the Oregon legislature because Republicans ran away to block a vote on climate legislation. For the [fifth time in ten months, Oregon Republicans have refused to show up for work rather than allow legislation to come to a vote—this time, a bill that would put a price on greenhouse gas emissions and invest funds to transition away from fossil fuels—because they know it would pass if it did. Democrats have supermajorities in both houses, so Republicans have taken to using the state’s quorum requirement to see that nothing gets done at all. As a result of their latest temper tantrum, the Oregon legislature passed a total of three bills during the session that ended on Sunday, which cost taxpayers a half-million dollars.

Is That Hope I Feel?

The Texas Democratic Party has announced that it will launch the largest voter registration campaign in its history. Texas Democrats say they’ve identified nearly 2.6 million people in the state who would vote Democratic if they were registered, and will use funding from the DNC to build a team of organizers to reach them. The organizers will focus on registering minority voters in suburban and rural areas. This is the earliest in an election cycle that Texas Democrats have begun voter outreach, made possible by the DNC designating Texas a 2020 battleground state.

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2020.03.07 11:40 AFLbot AFL Marsh Series 2020: Round 2 - West Coast Eagles (54) def by Fremantle (55)

Post Match

Welcome to the /WestCoastEagles post match discussion for the round 2 match between the Eagles and the Freo. Be sure to grab your user flair from the sidebar; opposition fans and supporters welcome!

Match

Match Details
Match AFL 2020 Round 2 - West Coast Eagles Vs Fremantle
Date Saturday 07 March 2020 @ 04:10 PM
Venue HBF Arena (HBF)
Weather 18.0C, Mostly Sunny
Status POSTGAME

Scoreboard

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
West Coast Eagles 3.3 (21) 3.7 (25) 5.11 (41) 7.12 (54)
Fremantle 1.2 (8) 3.4 (22) 3.5 (23) 8.7 (55)

Scoreboard: Quarter by Quarter

Team Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
West Coast Eagles 3.3 (21) 0.4 (4) 2.4 (16) 2.1 (13)
Fremantle 1.2 (8) 2.2 (14) 0.1 (1) 5.2 (32)
Quarter Result WCE by 13 pts FRE by 10 pts WCE by 15 pts FRE by 19 pts
Quarter Length 27:32 mins 28:22 mins 26:59 mins 31:14 mins

Scoreboard: Extended

Team Minutes in front Left Behind Right Behind Left Poster Right Poster Rushed Behind Touched Behind
West Coast Eagles 89 mins 3 5 1 0 3 0
Fremantle 5 mins 2 3 0 0 2 0

Scoring Events

Qtr Time Score Team - Player (G.B)
1st Quarter
Q1 02:56 BEHIND Eagles - Liam Ryan (0.1)
Q1 04:32 BEHIND Eagles - Elliot Yeo (0.1)
Q1 05:04 BEHIND Freo - Darcy Tucker (0.1)
Q1 06:46 GOAL Eagles - Dom Sheed (1.0)
Q1 09:42 GOAL Eagles - Mark Hutchings (1.0)
Q1 13:09 RUSHED BEHIND Freo
Q1 14:24 GOAL Freo - Travis Colyer (1.0)
Q1 25:23 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q1 26:08 GOAL Eagles - Liam Ryan (1.1)
2nd Quarter
Q2 00:59 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q2 05:16 GOAL Freo - Michael Walters (1.0)
Q2 08:25 RUSHED BEHIND Freo
Q2 12:40 BEHIND Freo - Michael Walters (1.1)
Q2 13:20 GOAL Freo - Lachie Schultz (1.0)
Q2 17:19 BEHIND Eagles - Liam Ryan (1.2)
Q2 20:07 RUSHED BEHIND Eagles
Q2 20:56 BEHIND Eagles - Jamie Cripps (0.1)
3rd Quarter
Q3 02:16 GOAL Eagles - Josh J. Kennedy (1.0)
Q3 05:16 GOAL Eagles - Dom Sheed (2.0)
Q3 10:47 BEHIND Eagles - Jake Waterman (0.1)
Q3 19:18 BEHIND Freo - Sean Darcy (0.1)
Q3 20:28 BEHIND Eagles - Josh J. Kennedy (1.1)
Q3 21:31 BEHIND Eagles - Jake Waterman (0.2)
Q3 22:17 BEHIND Eagles - Tim Kelly (0.1)
4th Quarter
Q4 00:24 BEHIND Freo - Sean Darcy (0.2)
Q4 05:28 GOAL Eagles - Elliot Yeo (1.1)
Q4 09:26 BEHIND Eagles - Jake Waterman (0.3)
Q4 11:41 GOAL Freo - Lachie Schultz (2.0)
Q4 13:35 GOAL Freo - Bailey Banfield (1.0)
Q4 15:36 GOAL Freo - Michael Walters (2.1)
Q4 17:11 GOAL Freo - Matt Taberner (1.0)
Q4 23:56 GOAL Freo - Bailey Banfield (2.0)
Q4 26:04 GOAL Eagles - Nic Naitanui (1.0)
Q4 28:15 BEHIND Freo - Michael Walters (2.2)

Team Statistics

West Coast Eagles Statistic Fremantle
44 Possession % 41
24 pts (09:26 4th Qtr) Biggest Lead 6 pts (23:56 4th Qtr)
1678 Fantasy Team Score 1568
409 Disposals 359
123 Contested Possessions 128
287 Uncontested Possessions 226
76 Disposal Efficiency % 73
65 One Percenters 49
241 Kicks 237
168 Handballs 122
7 Bounces 9
48 Tackles 57
4 Tackles Inside 50s 6
6 Centre Clearances 12
26 Stoppage Clearances 21
32 Total Clearances 33
9 Contested Marks 12
13 Mark Inside 50s 7
50 Inside 50s 40
30 Rebound 50s 42
66 Turnovers 67
67 Intercepts 64
7 Goals 8
12 Behinds 7
33 Goal Accuracy 50
5 Goal Assists 5
14 Goal Efficiency 20
21 Shots At Goal 16
42 Shot Efficiency 40
33 Hit-Outs 26
19 Free Kicks For 15
15 Free Kicks Against 19
0 Interchanges 0

Player Statistics

Match Awards: 🔥: Highest AFL Fantasy Score🥇: Highest Disposals🏅: Most Goals⭐: Highest Metric👎: Most Turnovers/Free-kick Against🤡: Most Clangars

Midfield - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Elliot Yeo #6 🔥🥇⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐👎 689m 15 18 33 4 7 0 1 1 126
Andrew Gaff #3 ⭐⭐ 336m 14 18 32 7 5 0 0 0 120
Jack Redden #8 239m 16 15 31 7 3 0 0 0 107
Tim Kelly #11 350m 14 15 29 4 4 0 0 1 101
Dom Sheed #4 🏅⭐ 279m 12 11 23 7 1 0 2 0 90
Luke Shuey #13 491m 13 8 21 5 5 0 0 0 86
Mark Hutchings #34 185m 11 4 15 9 2 0 1 0 83
Xavier O'Neill #24 -39m 1 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 8
Fremantle
Andrew Brayshaw #8 ⭐⭐ 393m 17 8 25 7 8 0 0 0 120
Michael Walters #10 🏅⭐⭐ 366m 15 6 21 8 2 0 2 2 101
Darcy Tucker #18 450m 14 10 24 6 3 0 0 1 93
Nat Fyfe #7 ⭐👎 508m 18 5 23 7 4 0 0 0 92
Reece Conca #6 260m 11 8 19 6 0 0 0 0 64
Caleb Serong #22 82m 3 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 16

Midfield - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Elliot Yeo #6 4 14 17 0 0 8 2 6 6 8 0 0
Andrew Gaff #3 0 8 23 0 0 4 0 4 2 5 2 0
Jack Redden #8 0 8 22 0 0 3 0 3 3 2 2 0
Tim Kelly #11 4 8 20 0 0 1 0 1 4 1 1 0
Dom Sheed #4 3 8 17 0 2 3 1 2 1 1 1 0
Luke Shuey #13 3 7 14 0 0 4 2 2 3 5 2 0
Mark Hutchings #34 2 1 14 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Xavier O'Neill #24 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fremantle
Andrew Brayshaw #8 2 10 17 0 0 5 1 4 3 3 4 0
Michael Walters #10 1 5 15 0 3 3 2 1 3 2 1 0
Darcy Tucker #18 1 8 15 0 0 5 1 4 1 5 3 1
Nat Fyfe #7 4 14 11 2 1 4 1 3 4 4 2 0
Reece Conca #6 1 5 12 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 5 0
Caleb Serong #22 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

Midfield - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Elliot Yeo #6 66 8 5 1 1 2 2 0 6 0 50 78
Andrew Gaff #3 87 2 0 1 0 2 0 0 6 1 0 87
Jack Redden #8 90 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 77
Tim Kelly #11 69 4 3 0 0 1 1 0 6 1 0 81
Dom Sheed #4 82 3 3 1 2 0 3 0 6 1 66 86
Luke Shuey #13 76 3 5 2 2 1 0 0 3 0 0 80
Mark Hutchings #34 80 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 100 80
Xavier O'Neill #24 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 15
Fremantle
Andrew Brayshaw #8 60 7 3 3 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 82
Michael Walters #10 61 5 5 1 1 0 4 0 6 0 50 86
Darcy Tucker #18 70 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 71
Nat Fyfe #7 60 4 5 0 3 5 1 0 3 0 0 84
Reece Conca #6 94 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 85
Caleb Serong #22 66 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20

Ruck - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 166m 5 8 13 1 1 24 1 0 64
Nathan Vardy #19 68m 2 2 4 0 2 9 0 0 23
Tom Hickey #16 0m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fremantle
Rory Lobb #37 ⭐⭐ 336m 13 3 16 8 1 3 0 0 79
Sean Darcy #4 231m 7 7 14 1 1 23 0 2 62

Ruck - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 2 8 5 1 1 4 1 3 1 3 1 0
Nathan Vardy #19 2 3 2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 0
Tom Hickey #16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fremantle
Rory Lobb #37 2 7 9 3 0 2 1 1 1 5 1 0
Sean Darcy #4 2 10 3 0 1 5 3 2 3 0 1 0

Ruck - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Nic Naitanui #9 84 3 2 2 2 0 1 0 4 0 100 58
Nathan Vardy #19 75 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 55
Tom Hickey #16 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fremantle
Rory Lobb #37 81 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 85
Sean Darcy #4 50 2 3 1 2 0 2 0 4 0 0 80

Forward - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Jake Waterman #2 ⭐⭐ 281m 10 4 14 8 3 0 0 3 74
Jamie Cripps #15 348m 11 7 18 4 0 0 0 1 60
Jarrod Brander #10 287m 10 7 17 5 0 0 0 0 57
Liam Ryan #1 🤡 263m 8 2 10 3 2 0 1 2 53
Jack Petruccelle #21 93m 4 5 9 4 2 0 0 0 43
Josh J. Kennedy #17 110m 3 1 4 2 2 0 1 1 32
Fremantle
Andrew Brayshaw #8 ⭐⭐ 393m 17 8 25 7 8 0 0 0 120
Michael Walters #10 🏅⭐⭐ 366m 15 6 21 8 2 0 2 2 101
Darcy Tucker #18 450m 14 10 24 6 3 0 0 1 93
Brennan Cox #36 ⭐⭐ 178m 10 2 12 7 6 0 0 0 77
Brett Bewley #34 372m 14 8 22 5 1 0 0 0 77
Lachie Schultz #28 🏅 248m 8 6 14 5 4 0 2 0 76
Cam McCarthy #23 ⭐👎 337m 9 8 17 4 4 0 0 0 74
Travis Colyer #33 208m 10 3 13 7 2 0 1 0 72
Mitchell Crowden #12 134m 10 5 15 3 3 0 0 0 62
Bailey Banfield #41 🏅 30m 6 5 11 0 4 0 2 0 50
Matt Taberner #20 ⭐⭐ 80m 6 3 9 4 1 0 1 0 40
Stephen Hill #32 167m 7 2 9 2 1 0 0 0 35
Sam Sturt #27 62m 3 4 7 1 2 0 0 0 25
Hugh Dixon #17 109m 2 2 4 2 0 0 0 0 16
Caleb Serong #22 82m 3 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 16

Forward - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Jake Waterman #2 1 2 11 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 3
Jamie Cripps #15 5 6 14 0 1 2 0 2 0 5 0 0
Jarrod Brander #10 2 6 13 1 0 0 0 0 6 3 1 0
Liam Ryan #1 1 4 6 2 2 1 0 1 2 4 0 0
Jack Petruccelle #21 0 6 5 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0
Josh J. Kennedy #17 0 1 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Fremantle
Andrew Brayshaw #8 2 10 17 0 0 5 1 4 3 3 4 0
Michael Walters #10 1 5 15 0 3 3 2 1 3 2 1 0
Darcy Tucker #18 1 8 15 0 0 5 1 4 1 5 3 1
Brennan Cox #36 10 7 7 1 0 0 0 0 8 1 2 0
Brett Bewley #34 0 6 15 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 2 0
Lachie Schultz #28 0 5 10 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 0
Cam McCarthy #23 1 8 9 0 0 2 0 2 3 3 0 0
Travis Colyer #33 1 3 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
Mitchell Crowden #12 1 6 9 0 0 2 1 1 1 1 1 0
Bailey Banfield #41 2 2 7 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 2
Matt Taberner #20 3 5 4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Stephen Hill #32 1 2 6 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 1 0
Sam Sturt #27 0 3 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1
Hugh Dixon #17 1 1 3 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0
Caleb Serong #22 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0

Forward - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Jake Waterman #2 64 3 3 0 1 0 3 0 6 0 0 86
Jamie Cripps #15 38 6 4 0 0 0 1 0 6 1 0 85
Jarrod Brander #10 88 4 1 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 77
Liam Ryan #1 20 6 6 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 33 85
Jack Petruccelle #21 33 5 3 1 0 0 3 0 1 0 0 77
Josh J. Kennedy #17 75 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 4 1 50 64
Fremantle
Andrew Brayshaw #8 60 7 3 3 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 82
Michael Walters #10 61 5 5 1 1 0 4 0 6 0 50 86
Darcy Tucker #18 70 4 4 0 0 0 1 0 7 0 0 71
Brennan Cox #36 66 3 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 79
Brett Bewley #34 54 3 4 0 0 2 0 0 2 1 0 80
Lachie Schultz #28 78 4 4 0 1 0 3 0 4 0 66 85
Cam McCarthy #23 70 8 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 76
Travis Colyer #33 100 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 100 71
Mitchell Crowden #12 80 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 51
Bailey Banfield #41 81 1 4 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 100 75
Matt Taberner #20 77 1 4 0 2 0 1 0 3 1 100 85
Stephen Hill #32 77 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 56
Sam Sturt #27 71 0 2 0 1 0 1 0 5 1 0 77
Hugh Dixon #17 75 3 3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 36
Caleb Serong #22 66 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20

Defence - General Play

Legend: MG: Meters GainedK: KickH: HandballD: DisposalM: MarkT: TackleHO: Hit OutG: GoalB: BehindAF: AFL Fantasy Score
Player                              # Match Awards MG K H D M T HO G B AF
West Coast Eagles
Liam Duggan #14 ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 577m 20 12 32 12 1 0 0 0 124
Shannon Hurn #25 319m 18 4 22 10 2 0 0 0 97
Jackson Nelson #30 148m 12 8 20 9 2 0 0 0 84
Lewis Jetta #23 271m 14 5 19 5 2 0 0 0 76
Tom Barrass #37 99m 10 4 14 5 1 0 0 0 60
Brad Sheppard #5 116m 10 3 13 5 1 0 0 0 56
Jeremy McGovern #20 151m 5 3 8 2 0 0 0 0 27
Will Schofield #31 69m 3 3 6 4 0 0 0 0 27
Harry Edwards #42 0m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fremantle
Taylin Duman #44 424m 16 3 19 8 3 0 0 0 90
Ethan Hughes #15 198m 12 6 18 9 1 0 0 0 73
Adam Cerra #5 271m 10 7 17 4 3 0 0 0 69
Griffin Logue #2 ⭐⭐ 229m 9 3 12 6 1 0 0 0 52
Tobe Watson #45 145m 7 7 14 5 1 0 0 0 51
Luke Ryan #13 0m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
James Aish #11 0m 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Defence - Extended

Legend: 1%: One PercenterCP: Contested PossessionUP: Uncontested PossessionCM: Contested MarkM50: Marks Inside 50CLR: Total ClearanceCC: Centre ClearanceST: Stoppage ClearanceI: InterceptI50: Inside 50R50: Rebound 50TI50: Tackles Inside 50
Player                              # 1% CP UP CM M50 CLR CC ST I I50 R50 TI50
West Coast Eagles
Liam Duggan #14 8 6 27 0 0 1 0 1 8 4 2 0
Shannon Hurn #25 2 5 15 1 0 0 0 0 6 1 4 0
Jackson Nelson #30 2 4 15 0 0 0 0 0 7 2 2 0
Lewis Jetta #23 3 5 13 0 0 0 0 0 5 2 4 0
Tom Barrass #37 3 6 10 2 1 0 0 0 2 2 2 0
Brad Sheppard #5 2 3 10 1 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0
Jeremy McGovern #20 10 1 6 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2 0
Will Schofield #31 6 2 4 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0
Harry Edwards #42 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fremantle
Taylin Duman #44 4 2 14 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 4 0
Ethan Hughes #15 6 6 12 1 0 0 0 0 5 1 3 0
Adam Cerra #5 1 4 12 0 0 2 1 1 1 3 0 0
Griffin Logue #2 2 6 6 2 0 0 0 0 8 0 5 0
Tobe Watson #45 3 3 9 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 3 0
Luke Ryan #13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
James Aish #11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Defence - Around the Ground

Legend: DE%: Disposal EfficiencyTO: TurnoverCLG: ClangarFF: Free-kick ForFA: Free-kick AgainstBO: BounceSAG: Shot At GoalSE: Shot EfficiencySI: Score InvolvementGA: Goal AssistG%: Goal EfficiencyTG: Time On Ground
Player                              # DE% TO CLG FF FA BO SAG SE SI GA G% TG%
West Coast Eagles
Liam Duggan #14 81 4 3 0 0 1 0 0 6 0 0 85
Shannon Hurn #25 95 3 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0 79
Jackson Nelson #30 65 4 3 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 82
Lewis Jetta #23 94 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 83
Tom Barrass #37 78 3 1 3 0 0 1 0 2 0 0 84
Brad Sheppard #5 84 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 86
Jeremy McGovern #20 100 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 56
Will Schofield #31 100 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 71
Harry Edwards #42 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Fremantle
Taylin Duman #44 78 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 79
Ethan Hughes #15 88 4 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 93
Adam Cerra #5 76 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 82
Griffin Logue #2 75 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 95
Tobe Watson #45 78 2 4 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 89
Luke Ryan #13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
James Aish #11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
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2020.02.27 00:06 KCRoyalsBot Post Game Thread: The Royals defeated the White Sox by a score of 7-6 - Wed, Feb 26 @ 02:05 PM CST

White Sox @ Royals - Wed, Feb 26

Game Status: Game Over - Score: 7-6 Royals

Links & Info

White Sox Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Engel - RF 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 .286 .286 .857
Palka - RF 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 .000 .200 .000
2 Mendick - 3B 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 .182 .182 .182
Torres, Ra - 3B 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 .333 .500 .333
3 Vaughn - 1B 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 .250 .571 .500
Sheets - 1B 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 .333 .500 .333
4 Adolfo - DH 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 .125 .222 .250
a-Collins - DH 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 .000 .286 .000
5 Brugman - LF 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 .200 .200 .200
Rutherford - LF 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 .000 .000 .000
6 Zavala - C 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 .286 .286 .714
Perez, C - C 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .500 .000
7 Madrigal - 2B 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 .222 .222 .222
Rivera - 2B 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000
8 Romine, An - SS 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 .167 .286 .167
Remillard - SS 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000
9 Basabe - CF 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 .429 .500 .429
Gonzalez, L - CF 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .400 .000
Totals 33 6 6 6 7 14 20
White Sox
a-Walked for Adolfo in the 8th.
BATTING: HR: Engel (1, 2nd inning off Griffin, 2 on, 2 out). TB: Basabe; Engel 4; Torres, Ra; Brugman; Madrigal; Romine, An. RBI: Basabe (1); Engel 3 (4); Rivera (1); Romine, An (1). 2-out RBI: Engel 3; Romine, An. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Zavala; Remillard 2; Collins; Torres, Ra. Team RISP: 3-for-13. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: E: Basabe (1, fielding).
Royals Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Merrifield - 2B 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 .111 .111 .333
Dini - C 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 .500 .667 .500
a-Gigliotti - PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
Rivero - C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
2 Gordon, A - LF 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 .200 .200 .200
2-Isbel - LF 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 .286 .375 .571
3 Soler - RF 3 0 0 0 0 1 4 .200 .200 .800
Peterson - RF 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 .000 .000 .000
4 Franco - 3B 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 .143 .143 .143
3-Arteaga - 3B 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
5 McBroom - 1B 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 .364 .417 .727
6 Starling - CF 3 3 2 1 1 0 1 .500 .545 1.200
7 Rivera, E - DH 4 0 1 1 0 1 3 .125 .125 .125
8 Viloria - C 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 .286 .286 .286
1-Merrell - 2B 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 .333 .333 .500
9 Mejia, E - SS 4 1 2 1 0 1 1 .273 .273 .364
Totals 36 7 12 6 2 5 18
Royals
a-Grounded out for Dini in the 8th. 1-Ran for Viloria in the 5th. 2-Ran for Gordon, A in the 5th. 3-Ran for Franco in the 6th.
BATTING: 2B: McBroom (1, Ruiz, J); Starling (1, Mitchell). HR: Starling (2, 4th inning off Fulmer, C, 0 on, 2 out). TB: Franco; Gordon, A; McBroom 3; Starling 6; Viloria 2; Isbel; Mejia, E 2; Rivera, E. RBI: McBroom (3); Starling (2); Isbel 2 (2); Mejia, E (1); Rivera, E (1). 2-out RBI: Isbel 2; Rivera, E; Starling; Mejia, E. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Soler 3; Peterson. Team RISP: 3-for-10. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: E: McBroom (1, fielding).
White Sox Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Tomshaw 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 11-11 6.00
Fulmer, C 2.0 3 1 1 0 1 1 13-11 3.00
Ruiz, J 1.0 4 3 3 1 0 0 11-7 9.00
Thompson 0.2 2 2 1 1 0 0 9-5 13.50
Mitchell 1.1 2 1 1 0 1 0 8-8 6.75
Johnson, T 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5-5 0.00
Totals 8.0 12 7 6 2 5 1
Royals Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Griffin 2.0 3 4 4 2 2 1 21-13 15.00
McCarthy 1.0 0 0 0 1 3 0 14-9 9.00
Sparkman 2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 10-10 0.00
Holland, G 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 7-7 0.00
Zimmer 1.0 2 1 0 0 2 0 10-9 10.80
Greene 0.1 0 1 1 3 1 0 15-3 27.00
Rosario, R 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 0.00
Shipley 1.0 1 0 0 1 2 0 12-8 0.00
Totals 9.0 6 6 5 7 14 1
Game Info
WP: McCarthy; Zimmer.
Groundouts-flyouts: Tomshaw 1-1; Fulmer, C 1-1; Ruiz, J 1-2; Thompson 0-1; Mitchell 2-0; Johnson, T 2-0; Griffin 3-1; McCarthy 0-0; Sparkman 2-1; Holland, G 1-0; Zimmer 1-0; Greene 0-0; Rosario, R 2-0; Shipley 1-0.
Batters faced: Tomshaw 7; Fulmer, C 9; Ruiz, J 8; Thompson 5; Mitchell 6; Johnson, T 3; Griffin 11; McCarthy 4; Sparkman 6; Holland, G 3; Zimmer 5; Greene 4; Rosario, R 2; Shipley 5.
Inherited runners-scored: Thompson 2-2; Mitchell 1-0; Rosario, R 3-1.
Umpires: HP: Tom Woodring. 1B: Cory Blaser. 2B: Mike Muchlinski. 3B: Nic Lentz.
Weather: 65 degrees, Sunny.
Wind: 7 mph, Out To RF.
First pitch: 1:04 PM.
Att: 3,137.
Venue: Surprise Stadium.
February 26, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 2 Andrew Romine singles on a line drive to center fielder Bubba Starling. Jaycob Brugman scores. 1-0 CWS
Top 2 Adam Engel homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. Andrew Romine scores. Luis Alexander Basabe scores. 4-0 CWS
Bottom 4 Bubba Starling homers (2) on a fly ball to left field. 4-1 CWS
Bottom 6 Ryan McBroom doubles (1) on a line drive to center fielder Luis Alexander Basabe. Humberto Arteaga scores. 4-2 CWS
Bottom 6 Erick Mejia singles on a line drive to right fielder Daniel Palka. Ryan McBroom scores. Bubba Starling to 3rd. 4-3 CWS
Bottom 6 Kyle Isbel singles on a ground ball to center fielder Luis Alexander Basabe. Bubba Starling scores. Erick Mejia scores. Nick Dini scores. Kyle Isbel to 2nd. Fielding error by center fielder Luis Alexander Basabe. 6-4 KC
Top 7 Luis Alexander Basabe singles on a ground ball to right fielder Kort Peterson. Nick Madrigal scores. 6-5 KC
Bottom 7 Emmanuel Rivera singles on a ground ball to center fielder Luis Gonzalez. Bubba Starling scores. 7-5 KC
Top 8 Laz Rivera grounds out, shortstop Erick Mejia to first baseman Ryan McBroom. Gavin Sheets scores. Zack Collins to 3rd. Carlos Perez to 2nd. 7-6 KC
Team Highlight
KC Brady Singer on outing vs. Cubs (00:00:48)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
White Sox 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 6 6 1 7
Royals 0 0 0 1 0 5 1 0 0 7 12 1 7

Around the Division

MIN 10 @ TB 8 - Final
PHI 5 @ MIN 4 - Final
DET 0 @ TOR 0 - Postponed
KC 0 @ CHC 8 - Game Over
CLE 0 @ SD 8 - Final
Next Royals Game: Thu, Feb 27, 02:05 PM CST @ Brewers
Posted: 02/26/2020 05:06:15 PM CST
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2020.02.26 19:05 KCRoyalsBot Game Thread: White Sox (2-1) @ Royals (2-2) - Wed, Feb 26 @ 02:05 PM CST

White Sox @ Royals - Wed, Feb 26

Game Status: Game Over - Score: 7-6 Royals

Links & Info

White Sox Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Engel - RF 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 .286 .286 .857
Palka - RF 2 0 0 0 0 2 2 .000 .200 .000
2 Mendick - 3B 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 .182 .182 .182
Torres, Ra - 3B 2 0 1 0 0 1 1 .333 .500 .333
3 Vaughn - 1B 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 .250 .571 .500
Sheets - 1B 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 .333 .500 .333
4 Adolfo - DH 3 0 0 0 0 3 2 .125 .222 .250
a-Collins - DH 1 0 0 0 1 0 2 .000 .286 .000
5 Brugman - LF 3 1 1 0 0 1 1 .200 .200 .200
Rutherford - LF 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 .000 .000 .000
6 Zavala - C 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 .286 .286 .714
Perez, C - C 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .500 .000
7 Madrigal - 2B 3 1 1 0 0 0 1 .222 .222 .222
Rivera - 2B 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000
8 Romine, An - SS 3 1 1 1 0 1 1 .167 .286 .167
Remillard - SS 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 .000 .000 .000
9 Basabe - CF 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 .429 .500 .429
Gonzalez, L - CF 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 .000 .400 .000
Totals 33 6 6 6 7 14 20
White Sox
a-Walked for Adolfo in the 8th.
BATTING: HR: Engel (1, 2nd inning off Griffin, 2 on, 2 out). TB: Basabe; Engel 4; Torres, Ra; Brugman; Madrigal; Romine, An. RBI: Basabe (1); Engel 3 (4); Rivera (1); Romine, An (1). 2-out RBI: Engel 3; Romine, An. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Zavala; Remillard 2; Collins; Torres, Ra. Team RISP: 3-for-13. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: E: Basabe (1, fielding).
Royals Batters AB R H RBI BB K LOB AVG OBP SLG
1 Merrifield - 2B 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 .111 .111 .333
Dini - C 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 .500 .667 .500
a-Gigliotti - PH 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
Rivero - C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
2 Gordon, A - LF 3 0 1 0 0 1 2 .200 .200 .200
2-Isbel - LF 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 .286 .375 .571
3 Soler - RF 3 0 0 0 0 1 4 .200 .200 .800
Peterson - RF 1 0 0 0 0 1 1 .000 .000 .000
4 Franco - 3B 3 0 1 0 0 0 0 .143 .143 .143
3-Arteaga - 3B 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000 .000 .000
5 McBroom - 1B 4 1 2 1 0 0 0 .364 .417 .727
6 Starling - CF 3 3 2 1 1 0 1 .500 .545 1.200
7 Rivera, E - DH 4 0 1 1 0 1 3 .125 .125 .125
8 Viloria - C 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 .286 .286 .286
1-Merrell - 2B 2 0 0 0 0 0 3 .333 .333 .500
9 Mejia, E - SS 4 1 2 1 0 1 1 .273 .273 .364
Totals 36 7 12 6 2 5 18
Royals
a-Grounded out for Dini in the 8th. 1-Ran for Viloria in the 5th. 2-Ran for Gordon, A in the 5th. 3-Ran for Franco in the 6th.
BATTING: 2B: McBroom (1, Ruiz, J); Starling (1, Mitchell). HR: Starling (2, 4th inning off Fulmer, C, 0 on, 2 out). TB: Franco; Gordon, A; McBroom 3; Starling 6; Viloria 2; Isbel; Mejia, E 2; Rivera, E. RBI: McBroom (3); Starling (2); Isbel 2 (2); Mejia, E (1); Rivera, E (1). 2-out RBI: Isbel 2; Rivera, E; Starling; Mejia, E. Runners left in scoring position, 2 out: Soler 3; Peterson. Team RISP: 3-for-10. Team LOB: 7.
FIELDING: E: McBroom (1, fielding).
White Sox Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Tomshaw 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 0 11-11 6.00
Fulmer, C 2.0 3 1 1 0 1 1 13-11 3.00
Ruiz, J 1.0 4 3 3 1 0 0 11-7 9.00
Thompson 0.2 2 2 1 1 0 0 9-5 13.50
Mitchell 1.1 2 1 1 0 1 0 8-8 6.75
Johnson, T 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5-5 0.00
Totals 8.0 12 7 6 2 5 1
Royals Pitchers IP H R ER BB K HR P-S ERA
Griffin 2.0 3 4 4 2 2 1 21-13 15.00
McCarthy 1.0 0 0 0 1 3 0 14-9 9.00
Sparkman 2.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 10-10 0.00
Holland, G 1.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 7-7 0.00
Zimmer 1.0 2 1 0 0 2 0 10-9 10.80
Greene 0.1 0 1 1 3 1 0 15-3 27.00
Rosario, R 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 0.00
Shipley 1.0 1 0 0 1 2 0 12-8 0.00
Totals 9.0 6 6 5 7 14 1
Game Info
WP: McCarthy; Zimmer.
Groundouts-flyouts: Tomshaw 1-1; Fulmer, C 1-1; Ruiz, J 1-2; Thompson 0-1; Mitchell 2-0; Johnson, T 2-0; Griffin 3-1; McCarthy 0-0; Sparkman 2-1; Holland, G 1-0; Zimmer 1-0; Greene 0-0; Rosario, R 2-0; Shipley 1-0.
Batters faced: Tomshaw 7; Fulmer, C 9; Ruiz, J 8; Thompson 5; Mitchell 6; Johnson, T 3; Griffin 11; McCarthy 4; Sparkman 6; Holland, G 3; Zimmer 5; Greene 4; Rosario, R 2; Shipley 5.
Inherited runners-scored: Thompson 2-2; Mitchell 1-0; Rosario, R 3-1.
Umpires: HP: Tom Woodring. 1B: Cory Blaser. 2B: Mike Muchlinski. 3B: Nic Lentz.
Weather: 65 degrees, Sunny.
Wind: 7 mph, Out To RF.
First pitch: 1:04 PM.
Att: 3,137.
Venue: Surprise Stadium.
February 26, 2020
Inning Scoring Play Score
Top 2 Andrew Romine singles on a line drive to center fielder Bubba Starling. Jaycob Brugman scores. 1-0 CWS
Top 2 Adam Engel homers (1) on a fly ball to left field. Andrew Romine scores. Luis Alexander Basabe scores. 4-0 CWS
Bottom 4 Bubba Starling homers (2) on a fly ball to left field. 4-1 CWS
Bottom 6 Ryan McBroom doubles (1) on a line drive to center fielder Luis Alexander Basabe. Humberto Arteaga scores. 4-2 CWS
Bottom 6 Erick Mejia singles on a line drive to right fielder Daniel Palka. Ryan McBroom scores. Bubba Starling to 3rd. 4-3 CWS
Bottom 6 Kyle Isbel singles on a ground ball to center fielder Luis Alexander Basabe. Bubba Starling scores. Erick Mejia scores. Nick Dini scores. Kyle Isbel to 2nd. Fielding error by center fielder Luis Alexander Basabe. 6-4 KC
Top 7 Luis Alexander Basabe singles on a ground ball to right fielder Kort Peterson. Nick Madrigal scores. 6-5 KC
Bottom 7 Emmanuel Rivera singles on a ground ball to center fielder Luis Gonzalez. Bubba Starling scores. 7-5 KC
Top 8 Laz Rivera grounds out, shortstop Erick Mejia to first baseman Ryan McBroom. Gavin Sheets scores. Zack Collins to 3rd. Carlos Perez to 2nd. 7-6 KC
Team Highlight
KC Brady Singer on outing vs. Cubs (00:00:48)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E LOB
White Sox 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 6 6 1 7
Royals 0 0 0 1 0 5 1 0 0 7 12 1 7

Around the Division

MIN 10 @ TB 8 - Final
PHI 5 @ MIN 4 - Final
DET 0 @ TOR 0 - Postponed
KC 0 @ CHC 8 - Game Over
CLE 0 @ SD 8 - Final
Last Updated: 02/26/2020 05:05:36 PM CST
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