Preview: The Flash Ep.17 “Trickster”

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The Flash,

Season: 1

Episode: 17

Time: Tuesday 8/7c

Air Date: March 31, 2015

Channel: CW

“Trickster”—A copycat killer known as the Trickster sets off bombs in Central City. In an effort to stop him, Barry and Joe seek help from the original Trickster (Mark Hamill), a criminal mastermind who has been imprisoned for 20 years. Meanwhile, Iris asks Eddie to help with a case. In flashbacks, Harrison Wells is shown coming up with the idea for the particle accelerator.

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Charlotte McKinney Flaunts Body In Daisy Dukes Before ‘DWTS’

Hollywood Life

Hot damn, Charlotte McKinney! The ‘Dancing with the Stars’ contestant was spotted out and about before hitting the dance floor once again, and it seems like that rigorous schedule is agreeing with her!

Charlotte McKinney is leaving very little to the imagination and, honestly, why would she? The model has been heating up the dance floor on season 20 of Dancing with the Stars and, while she was spotted on her way to a recent rehearsal, we have to say she has never looked better. Sporting an outfit that looks like it came straight out of The Dukes of Hazzard, we have to say Charlotte has never looked better! Check out the smokin’ pics!

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Fitz vs Simmons: How Marvel Represents Humanity And The Unknown

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The way that people react to the Unknown is an ever relevant topic. Everyone is different, and the range of responses that people can have to something new can highlight both the most positive and negative sides of humanity.

This is something that the sci-fi genre continually comments on by exploring people’s reactions to the Unknown, whether this be different life forms, new technology or an unprecedented event occurring. The superhero sub-genre takes this further by examining the impact that the reactions that both individuals and the public at large can have upon the Unknown itself – in this case, the unique powers that a hero (or villain) has.

Superhero stories have long presented the range of conflicting emotions and reactions that surround meeting the Unknown. From the X-Men’s dark society in which the government wishes to mark and tightly control the ‘mutants’ to the celebrity status enjoyed by Iron Man, the reception…

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Mad for Ads

NOT THE TWINS

Does anyone else find it odd that a very married Julia Louis–Dreyfus plays a desperate, single gal named “Heather” in the latest Old Navy ad?  She’s been married to Brad Hall for almost 28 years.  They have two kids together.  Why would Old Navy choose to portray her as a “character” instead of just being herself?  I thought the whole point of a celebrity spokesperson was to raise a company’s profile.  Who better to support a family brand than the matriarch of a family?  If they wanted a “Heather,” why shell out the dough for a Julia?

If that wasn’t bizarre enough, Dior does almost the same thing with Natalie Portman.  Only in this ad, Natalie is “Miss Dior,” a heartless tart.  On the day of her wedding, she abandons her fiancé at the altar, jumps into a helicopter, enjoys a neck nuzzle and then flies away.  It’s not that…

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