[S1E6] The Uncanny
Another major setup to The Last of Us season 2 comes in the form of the unnamed girl Ellie shouts at in the canteen in Jackson. This girl is none other than Dina, a major character of The Last of Us Part II and Ellie's future love interest. While the girl's name is not revealed as Dina, the resemblance to the game's version of Dina is uncanny and links to dialog lines from The Last of Us Part II which reveal Dina and Ellie's first meeting came through Ellie eating Jackson's food. This all points to the girl being a major player in The Last of Us season 2.
[S1E6] The Uncanny
The Rehearsal has been renewed for a second season, but I honestly have no idea where the show might go from here. By the end of the Season 1 finale, Nathan has pushed the idea of rehearsing for reality so far that it has almost come around to touch reality, leaving the smallest gap which makes everything uncanny (and deeply funny).
This British sitcom revolves around the love lives of six friends in their thirties. The three women and three men often talk amongst themselves about the same events, but with entirely different views.The beautiful Susan Walker (Sarah Alexander) used to date Patrick Maitland (Ben Miles), the cool, charismatic player who doesn't need to worry about being smart. Beauty therapist Sally Harper (Kate Isitt) is Susan's unashamedly vain best friend, who battles ageing with moisturizer and attractive men, such as Patrick. Steve Taylor (Jack Davenport) gets together with Susan but can't seem to shake loose from his vivacious ex-girlfriend Jane Christie (Gina Bellman). The couple each bring their own baggage to the relationship - a crowd of friends and exes who talk about all aspects of sex and relationships on their quest to find true love.Jeff Murdoch (Richard Coyle) is Steve's charming but 'hopeless when it comes to women' buddy who has an uncanny ability to say the wrong thing at the wrong time. He works in the same office as Susan, with whom he once had a disastrous fling.
Whoever might be involved in this conspiracy, Della's uncanny research abilities might have just uncovered a new player: An address for a plot of land bought for very cheap, in the town of Girard that Baggerly told Matthew about in Episode 3. Perry drives out to meet the owner of said land, a man named Jim Hicks, who greets Perry at the door, noting that "I've been waiting for you to find me."
Poker Face is a stylishly cool, beautifully filmed, fresh-yet-nostalgic throwback to detective series of yore like Columbo and The Rockford Files, featuring the fabulous Natasha Lyonne as Charlie Cade, a woman on the run, solving murder mysteries with her uncanny ability to tell when you (yes you) are lying. Join Jade, Penny, and Jason as we follow Charlie wherever she wants to take us. 041b061a72