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Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 18 Review: Take a Knee

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Like Kelly, I am not a happy camper after watching Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 18.

Not only is Anna inexplicably cutting bait, but the Lee Henry plot was unbearable. Thank god for Gabby and Sylvie (isn't that always the case?), the best ladies to learn the job from.

Oh, and Matt did some stuff that wasn't horrible or boring or confusing. Yay for Matt, I guess.

I'm trying to come up with the words to describe how annoyed I was by Lee Henry's storyline, but I'm experiencing mini rage strokes, so bear with me. 

The premise was fine, I suppose, but my god was it poorly executed. I get it, the Colin Kaepernick kneeling thing is a story again, because maybe nobody in the NFL will hire him because of it -- or maybe because he's not a reliably strong player? I don't know, I watch TV, not sports.

But please.
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Must Watch: Fantastic New Short Starring Nicholas Hoult & Imogen Poots – Rule Number Three

  • HeyUGuys
We get sent a lot of emails about new movies coming out and often quite a few shorts. As much as I love working on HeyUGuys what feels like 24 hours a day (I’m writing this post at 1.30am to prove the point) but problems come when trying to find time to to prioritise what to look at! In this instance, I’m so pleased that I found the time to watch this brand new short called Rule Number Three.

It’s been written and produced by James Cotton (7th Reel Pictures) and directed by Tom Ludlam who have managed to get fabulous British actors, Nicholas Hoult and Imogen Poots with Timothy Bentinck to star in it (all of whom are fantastic!). The short is 11 minutes long and uses the board game Scrabble to tell a very simple yet very clever story. Neither of the two main characters engage in
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