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"Teddy Perkins" is the sixth episode of the second season of the American comedy-drama television series Atlanta, and the sixteenth episode of the series overall. It was originally broadcast on FX in the United States on April 5, 2018. The episode features series regular Darius Epps visiting a mansion to pick up a free piano, where he encounters a strange man named Teddy Perkins. Against the phone advice of Alfred, Darius continues his attempt to leave with the piano, and discovers that Perkins intends to turn the mansion into a museum.




[S2E6] Free Billy


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In its initial airing on FX, "Teddy Perkins" aired commercial-free. It ran as an "extended" episode, at around 41 minutes.[7][12] Collider said that the decision to run the episode commercial-free aided the episode's message of "being trapped", a theme also explored in other episodes of Atlanta's second season.[13] The pre-release description for the episode read, "Darius is trippin in this one. Y'all know I woulda been left."[14] The episode was shot at a real mansion in a suburb of Atlanta.[1] "Evil" by Stevie Wonder plays over the episode's end credits,[15] and Wonder's music is also used to open the episode,[16] in addition to being referenced by characters in the episode.[15] Glover had to personally request clearance from Wonder as he did not want his music accompanying violence.[17]


It was interesting to learn Billy was set free by the captain of the Scarborough. Now we know that nine men have another option if Flint's unsuccessful. But what if he succeeds, then what? Won't that captain expect something in return? Will Billy deliver Flint at that point?


This time, Tandy is an engineer for Roxxon, who got her position because of her father. She is flown out to the rig, where Mina berates Tandy for being a corporate spy. Ty is a worker on the rig, having gotten his job through his brother, also a rig worker. Ty was the first to notice the dangerous heat and pressure readings on the rig. While arguing with Mina about the readings, alarms go off and the rig becomes unstable. Mina is trapped beneath debris when Ty and Tandy touch, causing an explosion. Tandy summons a dagger to cut Mina free.


In a flashback of Frenchie; he was caught by the authorities. Grace asks him to work for him and if he does, her friends will be free. Season 2 confirms that Frenchie joined The Boys based on blackmail and this is where is happy life turned around.


It works an absolute charm too and Asif walks right into her trap. He lets his guard down and she stabs him in the ear for good measure. As he attempts to walk away, Lale breaks free and holds him down.


Hannah called for help when she got her hand stuck in her garbage disposal. She'd been doing dishes when she knocked her wedding ring down in the disposal and reached for it instinctively. She said she had it in only for a second before she turned it off. Travis disconnected the disposal and started to take it apart. Ben assessed that her fingers were stuck between the blades. She still had sensation in her fingers, which was a good sign. As Travis worked, Hannah began to lose feeling in her fingers. Travis was able to free her hand and they bandaged her up and told her to follow up at the hospital.


A grad student Ramona Nowitzki, comes up to Sheldon at the cafeteria and is extremely enthused with his theoretical work. She gets herself an invitation to his apartment bringing Sheldon's favorite take-out food. After Ramona leaves from the cafeteria, Howard asks Sheldon if he knew what just happened. Sheldon replies yes, and that he is getting free take-out food. Later, at the apartment, the gang finds this turn of events fascinating watching from the couch until Ramona says that she thought she and Sheldon were going to be alone. Leonard gets everybody to leave though they beg to stay and watch this strange turn of events. Though it appears to be a date, a naive Sheldon just likes the idea of getting free food.


Ramona begins to help Sheldon with his work and other odd tasks such as doing his toenails. She soon becomes more controlling, pushing Sheldon to concentrate all his spare time on his scientific endeavors, telling him that he needs to keep it up if he wants that Nobel Prize. Ramona is even spending the night at his apartment sleeping on the couch, keeping him in line. The loss of his freedom and leisure time (Halo, sleeping, comic books, and paintball) upsets Sheldon, but he can't stop her or her obsession. He goes to see Penny because he realizes that he is in "some sort of relationship" with Ramona and Penny is so good at ending them.


Ramona is erroneously convinced that Penny is in love with Sheldon and tells her that she has to give him up. Penny agrees to "give him up" and Ramona wants them to be sisters though she still has her eye on Penny. Finally, Sheldon gets rid of her when he makes his breakthrough and she asks if she could share credit on the paper calling it the Cooper-Nowitzki Theorem. He finally has the courage to tell her to get out. Penny sees Ramona very upset as she angrily storms out of the apartment and down the stairs, and then she calls out to her asking if they were still sisters. Later, another student, Kathy O'Brien, is also enthused by Sheldon's work and visits the cafeteria to meet Sheldon and the gang like Ramona did, only now Kathy orders pizza for him. After Kathy leaves, Leonard asks Sheldon the same thing as before about him knowing what just happened. Sheldon replies the same answer last time, only now he says that he is getting a free pizza.


The episode starts out innocently enough; Darius hops in a U-Haul to pick up a piano that he'd be getting for free. He happens upon an intriguing home, far bigger than anything we'd seen on the show before. The door's already open when he gets there, and he's introduced to a peculiar man who introduces himself as Teddy Perkins. The older gentleman is very fair-skinned, has a higher, awkward tone to this voice, and just moves in mysterious ways. He's eating a soft-boiled ostrich egg for Christ's sake! That should've been the first sign. Teddy then takes a mini hammer to the giant shell, beating it several times before severing membranes or whatever is inside of an egg, removing all kinds of disgusting pieces before consuming.


A script from The Boys season 2 is now available to read online for free. The Amazon Prime original hit series is based off the comics of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson. The Boys is a satirical look at the dark side of superheroes, where there's no clear delineation between who is truly good or bad. Season 3 is currently filming.


Laura S., whose article appears in the February 2023 issue of Grapevine magazine, shares with Don and Sam about learning about AA in high school, the freedom to be who she is, and using the whole AA toolkit to lead a good life.


Sam and Don talk to Josh R., about the development of the Meeting Guide App, technology in AA, and about recovery from alcoholism. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at aagrapevine.org/store


Jack, whose story "100 Beards" appears in the December issue of Grapevine, describes how he stays sober on the road with little opportunity for meetings, and how giving by playing Santa fills his spirit. Karen talks about dealing with expectations, connecting with others in recovery, and becoming the Chairperson of her inner-voice committee. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at aagrapevine.org/store


Peg M. from Washington, DC shares that she did not have a one devastating bottom, but a series of small bottoms that piled up. Destructive drinking and destructive behavior brought her to AA. In a "Blast from the Past" Bill W. shares about AA's singleness of purpose, in a talk from 1957. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at store.aagrapevine.org.


Don and Sam share tips for staying sober through the holidays. Claudette K. from Tacoma, WA shares about the importance of "the meeting after the meeting" where she learned how to socialize without alcohol. A new feature, the "Ask it Basket," includes some AA history about how the basket came to be. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at store.aagrapevine.org.


Don K. tells the incredible story of his journey through the Steps with his sponsor, which led him to forgiveness and a place of gratitude and peace. Our own Don M. visits the General Service Office in New York and talks to several AA special workers. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at store.aagrapevine.org.


David S., author of an article on the 11th Step in the November issue of Grapevine, shares with Don and Sam. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at store.aagrapevine.org.


Amy B. From Washington State discusses how she went from alcohol no longer working, and almost killing her, to a life that is pretty calm and drama free. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at store.aagrapevine.org.


Long-time AA member Diana shares with Don and Sam about getting sober at a young age and trying to continue to be a helpful group member. Diana works at the GSO, and talks about when she shares that information. Alan calls in an "Ask the Old-Timer" question. While we provide the podcast at no charge, it is not free to produce. To support the AA Grapevine Podcast, please subscribe to the magazine or purchase books or other items at store.aagrapevine.org. 041b061a72


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