After a respected doctor in the community is brutally murdered and set on fire in his kitchen, the team must wade through the ashes of the tragic aftermath to try to bring his family justice. Air Date : 15th-May-2015 Read More
In this 2 part episode, the Cold Justice Team investigates two different murder cases at the same time. A 1992 sexual assault and stabbing death of Laura Walsh in her home, and, months later, a double homicide of two young men, Gene Giddens and Jonathan \"Keith\" Durington, whose throats were slashed. Both crimes happened in the same neighborhood and all 3 victims were set on fire after their deaths leaving local law enforcement with three unsolved murders. The team will have to determine if these two cases are potentially connected, and help bring whomever is responsible to justice. Air Date : 11th-Sep-2015 Read More
What I'm perplexed by is that Luke wasn't notified of Jess' attendance record. The Black guidance counselor read him the riot act when Jess' grades were slipping and all of the baseballs were missing, but I guess no one thought to give him a call when Jess started to skip school. I hate to place the blame elsewhere, but the Stars Hollow High faculty is at least partially to blame. The students should form a coup, overthrow the incompetent administration, and fight for justice.
In the episode, Lee begins to have an identity crisis after finding more evidence about Mario's death and her possible role in everything that's been happening to her with a visit to Tetch in Arkham. Gordon and Bullock find the new clues that lead to the Court's bomb, using a map hidden within the crystal owls. However, their search is interrupted by Captain Barnes, who wants to kill Gordon for his previous actions. Bullock saves him and finds new evidence that will manage to arrest Kathryn for interrogation but Barnes is hell bent on meting out his perverted sense of justice. Meanwhile, Cobblepot and Nygma face each other in their cells while Bruce continues his training with the Shaman.
Gene Roddenberry was a visionary who believed that science fiction could be a tool for promoting social justice and progressive values. He used the genre to explore complex social issues, including gender, race, and sexuality, in a way impossible in more traditional programming. He recognized the potential of science fiction to push the boundaries of what was acceptable on television and in society.
In addition, the episode raises important questions about social justice and the distribution of resources. The Troglytes are forced to work in harsh conditions to mine the valuable mineral zenite (which it turns out impact brain function, and a simple respiratory renders the caste system toothless), while the Stratos inhabitants enjoy a life of luxury and privilege. This exploration of class inequality is highly relevant to the experiences of many in the LGBTQ community who have faced discrimination and barriers to accessing resources and opportunities. 59ce067264