[S4E3] The Fifth Man
Launch PartySeason4Episode5/6Production Code4005/4006AirdateOctober 11, 2007Written byJennifer CelottaDirected byKen WhittinghamEpisodes timelineDunder Mifflin InfinityLaunch PartyMoney"Launch Party" is the fifth/sixth episode of the fourth season of The Office and is the show's 58th/59th episode overall. It was written by Jennifer Celotta and directed by Ken Whittingham. It first aired on October 11, 2007 and was an hour-long episode. It was viewed by 8.91 million people.
[S4E3] The Fifth Man
Jack is not seen again until the fifth series, when Janice bumps into him at the Solana. He pretends not to know her and befriends Trudy and her friend Sam Wood. Janice soon catches on that he is pretending and he reveals that he has moved to Benidorm with his friend Liam Conroy. Janice becomes extremely angry with him and he soon leaves, and Liam sees that he has been irritating Janice and demands the flat keys back. Jack refuses to give them back but Trudy smashes a bottle over his head and knocks him out. Liam and Trudy dump him in a rubbish bin and leave him. He returns in 2018 and attempts to seduce Sam Wood. Joyce Temple-Savage catches them and Joyce smashes a glass bowl over his head.
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The show takes place in the fictional town of Hawkins, Indiana in the mid 1980s. The first season, set in November 1983, follows numerous groups of characters as they separately investigate the disappearance of Will Byers. The subsequent second and third seasons expand the narrative scope, exploring the complex fallout from the events of November 1983. The fourth season further expands the show's scope, with major storylines taking place outside of Hawkins for the first time. A fifth season is in the works and is set to conclude the series. The Duffer Brothers are also known to be developing at least one spinoff series.
Not much specific detail is given about the cell's past, not even who first founded it, when, and where, and not even a possible name. What is known about it is that it intends to kill a hospitalized government official (whose name is never revealed) through a complex plan, for reasons undetermined. The first phase of the plan was to have members of the cell posing as a single serial shooter who kills people in highly public places with a virtually unnoticeable .22 pistol. After four people are killed as part of this first phase, the murders are connected and SSA Kate Joyner, an old acquaintance of Hotch's, is called in to aid the local police. However, after a fifth person is killed by the shooters, it is clear that more help is needed and this leads to the summoning of Hotch's BAU team.
A civilian is seen walking on the sidewalk, bumping into a woman and apologizing to her quickly before purchasing a pretzel from a vendor. He then attempts to hail a taxi; as he does so, another man wearing a dark-colored sweater with a drawn hood walks up behind him, pulls out a gun, and shoots the man in the back of the head. Before fleeing, the shooter leaves behind a card with the word 'Death' printed on it, which ends up being a tarot card. The BAU theorize that the card symbolizes a message left by the unsub. Meanwhile, Garcia, who went along with the rest of the team, runs a height check on the fifth and sixth shooters and finds that they are different in height, leading the BAU to believe that they are looking for a two-person killing team. When a woman is murdered by a shooter that proves to have a height different from the previous two shooters, however, the BAU believes that they are dealing with a pack of killers. They also theorize that the pack is planning something big, and realize that they might be timing the police's response times in order to perform a suicide bombing on the same locations, killing many police officers, then perform a second suicide bombing to kill the first wave of emergency responders.
After Daniel passes out, he's awakened and pulled out from under the car by Efraín who sees Daniel's charred legs and warns him he'll die if he doesn't get help -- and water. Efraín leads Daniel to a shed with a dry water fountain. Daniel is skeptical that the water will come, but at exactly 5 p.m., water begins to flow. Daniel laps it up thirstily, and Efraín fills his jugs while explaining that water miraculously flows from the fountain at 5 p.m. every Tuesday. Incredulous, Daniel wonders who this man in front of him really is. Efraín, revealing his penchant for humor, provides a little comic relief: "I'm the fifth Beatle, and you?" Efraín then loads Daniel into a rickshaw and peddles through the zombie-filled town, expertly dodging the Infected along the way. Efraín delivers some water to a family. They scoot out of sight as a vehicle of armed men -- whom we later learn are ruled by a cruel big shot named Dante, who controls the water supply in this godforsaken place. Daniel fades in and out of consciousness as Efraín and his friend Lola debate how to treat Daniel's infected leg.
Well, this is a mic drop if there ever was one. On Thursday, February 17, Prime Video announced that the Emmy-winning Marvelous Mrs. Maisel starring Rachel Brosnahan will return for a fifth and final season. The news came the day before season four began streaming. 041b061a72