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Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3

Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3 is a Blu-ray and DVD release containing 50 shorts on 2 discs with special features. It was released for Blu-ray on August 12, 2014, was released for DVD on November 4, 2014. According to Jerry Beck on the Stu's Show from early 2013-2014, he said it will be the last volume of the series due to the low sales of the second volume in 2012 and no remastering budget for Warner Bros. to remaster more never-before-released on DVD and Blu-ray Looney Tunes shorts. The series is now on hiatus indefinitely. Only 4 cartoons are new to disc; this is the only volume where the Blu-ray only has two discs. Included is a 12-page booklet similar to what came with Volume 2. Audio Commentaries Michael Barrier on Bully for Bugs, Slick Hare, A Corny Concerto, A Bear for Punishment, Hillbilly Hare Greg Ford on High Diving Hare Michael Barrier and Greg Ford on Hair-Raising Hare Bill Melendez on The Big Snooze Jerry Beck on Gorilla My Dreams Jerry Beck and June Foray on Honey's Money John Kricfalusi and Bill Meléndez on Falling Hare Daniel Goldmark on Pigs in a Polka Paul Dini on Operation: Rabbit Music and effects track on Operation: Rabbit, Bunny Hugged, Hillbilly Hare, A Bear for Punishment Behind the Tunes: "Bugs Bunny: Ain't He a Stinker?"

"The Art of the Gag" "Drawn to Life: The Art of Robert McKimson" "Wild Lines: The Art of Voice Acting" Documentaries: "That's All Folks! Tales From Termite Terrace" "Irreverent Imagination: The Golden Age of Looney Tunes" "Drawn For Glory: Animation's Triumph at the Oscars" Storyboard reel for Hair-Raising Hare. Audio Commentaries Jerry Beck on Canary Row and Walky Talky Hawky Joe Dante on Porky Pig's Feat Eddie Fitzgerald and John Kricfalusi on Draftee Daffy Daniel Goldmark on Swooner Crooner and Wholly Smoke Jerry Beck and Art Leonardi on Birds Anonymous John Kricfalusi on A Gruesome Twosome Milton Gray on A Gruesome Twosome Greg Ford on Plane Daffy and Scrap Happy Daffy Eddie Fitzgerald on The Stupid Cupid Michael Barrier on Walky Talky Hawky Music-Only Tracks on Guided Muscle, Birds Anonymous, Satan's Waitin', Nelly's Folly Behind the Tunes: "Daffy Duck: Ridicule is the Burden of Genius" "Unsung Maestros: A Directors Tribute" "Tish Tash: The Animated World of Frank Tashlin" "Strictly For the Birds: Tweety & Sylvester's Award-Winning Team-up" Documentaries: "Mel Blanc: The Man of a Thousand Voices" "The Boys From Termite Terrace" Frank Tashlin's Storybooks: "Little Chic's Wonderful Mother" "Tony and Clarence" Looney Tunes Golden Collection Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies filmography

Jake and Sophia

"Jake and Sophia" is the sixth episode of the second season of the American television police sitcom series Brooklyn Nine-Nine. It is the 28th overall episode of the series and is written by Tricia McAlpin & David Phillips and directed by Michael McDonald, it aired on Fox in the United States on November 9, 2014. The show revolves around the fictitious 99th precinct of the New York Police Department in Brooklyn and the officers and detectives that work in the precinct. Jake Peralta is an immature yet talented detective in the precinct with an astounding record of crimes solved, putting him in a competition with fellow detective Amy Santiago; the precinct's status changes when the Captain is a new commanding officer, Cpt. Raymond Holt is appointed as the newest Captain; this creates a conflict between Holt over their respective methods in the field. In the episode, Jake has a romantic encounter with a woman named Sophia but he finds out that she's an attorney representing a criminal Jake arrested.

Meanwhile, Amy runs for union rep as Scully is not a good representative for the union while Boyle and Gina fight for a reservation date they organized before they broke up. The episode was seen by an estimated 3.99 million household viewers and gained a 1.9/5 ratings share among adults aged 18–49, according to Nielsen Media Research. The episode received positive reviews from critics, who praised Eva Longoria's performance in the episode as well as Boyle's and Gina's subplot. Eager to join the dating pool, Jake hits it off with a woman named Sophia who reveals herself to be the attorney defending a perp Jake arrested. Rosa urges Amy to run for union rep to replace the incompetent Scully, Boyle and Gina fight over a non-refundable hotel room reservation they made before ending their affair. In its original American broadcast, "Jake and Sophia" was seen by an estimated 3.99 million household viewers and gained a 1.9/5 ratings share among adults aged 18–49, according to Nielsen Media Research.

This was a 17% increase in viewership from the previous episode, watched by 3.41 million viewers with a 1.7/4 in the 18-49 demographics. This means that 1.9 percent of all households with televisions watched the episode, while 5 percent of all households watching television at that time watched it. With these ratings, Brooklyn Nine-Nine was the second most watched show on FOX for the night, beating Mulaney and Family Guy but behind The Simpsons, fifth on its timeslot and fifth for the night, behind Once Upon a Time, The Simpsons, The OT, NBC Sunday Night Football. "Jake and Sophia" received positive reviews from critics. LaToya Ferguson of The A. V. Club gave the episode a "B" grade and wrote, "All of this being said,'Jake And Sophia' isn't uproariously hilarious or as quotable as the earlier episodes of this season. However, it still brings something to the table. In fact, the line readings are some of the best of the season, that elevates the episode's quality. It's still a fun and funny episode of television.

But in a lot of ways, the humor in'Jake And Sophia' is subtler than that of the previous episodes."Jackson McHenry of Entertainment Weekly wrote, "Amy Santiago is Brooklyn Nine-Nine's unsung hero. Captain Holt's been the season's obvious enunciating standout. Gina has lines, Chelsea Peretti's line readings, that rocket her into the weird comedy stratosphere. Andy Samberg's Jake has enthusiasm and star power, while Terry and Rosa are powerful, and Boyle’s Brooklyn‘s bumbling Tom Bombadil—harmless and charming, but somehow essential." Allie Pape from Vulture gave the show a 3 star rating out of 5 and wrote, "Eva Longoria hasn't been much of a screen presence since Desperate Housewives ascended to that omniscient voice-over palace in the sky back in 2012, it was nice to see her pop up in tonight's Brooklyn Nine-Nine, the first of what will be a three-episode arc for district attorney Sophia Perez. It's a shame the show couldn't have found a less-hackneyed plotline than'accidentally slept with the enemy' to introduce her after Arrested Development's Julia Louis-Dreyfus arc pretty much rode that trope into the ground, but Longoria is an appealing presence here if her character isn't fleshed-out."Alan Sepinwall of HitFix wrote, "'Jake and Sophia' was a great example of what Schur and Goor talked about before season 1: that point a good sitcom reaches where the characters have become so specific that you can place them into any story and it’s inherently funny because they're the ones in that story."

Andy Crump of Paste gave the episode an 8.0 and wrote, "Whether Brooklyn Nine-Nine will circle back around to his feelings for his coworker remains to be seen, but that's a'yes'. For now,'Jake and Sophia' has shifted the pecking order in ways that prove meaningful in the long run. "Jake and Sophia" on IMDb "Jake and Sophia" at

Cornbread Harris

James Samuel "Cornbread" Harris Sr. is an American musician. He is a pianist who performs in Minneapolis, Minnesota, he was a performer on Minnesota's first rock'n' roll record, is the father of record producer Jimmy Jam. Harris was born James Samuel Harris Jr. on April 23, 1927 in Chicago, the son of James Samuel Harris Sr. a gambler, his wife, Alberta Jones Nelson. When his father was shot while gambling and his mother died of grieving, he was orphaned at age 3, he lived with foster families until he was 11 or 12 when he and his sister went to live with his grandparents in Saint Paul, Minnesota. He has been married four times. One of his daughters died, he is the father of Jimmy Jam who produced records for Mariah Carey and Usher. Country music was an early influence, Hank Williams and Gene Autry are among his early favorites. Harris helped invent Augie Garcia's "Hi Yo Silver," a 1955 song, Minnesota's first rock'n' roll recording, he performed on the record. Harris was in the U. S. military and worked for about 25 years for American Hoist & Derrick.

His repertoire includes blues and jazz and in his eighties, Harris still plays Minneapolis nightclubs including the Loring Pasta Bar in Dinkytown, Clubhouse Jäger in the North Loop and Palmer's and the Nomad World Pub on the West Bank. Harris is a mentor to Cadillac Kolstad and City Pages calls them the "must-see dueling-piano act in town"; the "Blues Legend Award" The Sally Awards Official website


Turbowolf is a rock band founded in Bristol, UK, whose members include Chris Georgiadis, Andy Ghosh, Lianna Lee Davies and Blake Davies. Their first album, was released on 11 November 2011 on Hassle Records; the media have so far struggled to categorise the band's music due to their diverse influences. However, their sound contains elements of rock & roll, heavy metal, punk rock and electronica. Before releasing their first album, Turbowolf spent several years developing their musical style in a series of UK tours and shows with the likes of The Eighties Matchbox B-Line Disaster, The Computers, Pulled Apart by Horses and Dinosaur Pile-Up. In 2010, they toured in Europe with Korn and Dimmu Borgir; the band has been active on the festival circuit, with performances at Download, Lovebox, Great Escape, SXSW, Boardmasters and Hevy among others. Shortly after signing to Hassle Records in June 2011, Turbowolf released "A Rose for the Crows" as their first single; the video, directed by Stephen Agnew, was previewed on Kerrang! magazine's website.

The second single "Read & Write" had a psychedelic video, premiered on NME magazine's website. An EP titled Covers EP Vol 1 with cover versions of four songs was released in October 2012. In April 2014, Turbowolf released another single, "Solid Gold", available as a free download on Kerrang! magazine's website which hosted the accompanying video. In October 2014, they released another single, "Rabbits Foot", supported by BBC Radio 1 as their rockest record of the week and which appeared on many of the radio station's daytime shows, making it Turbowolf's most listened to song. A music video for this was released that autumn; the band announced a tour with Death From Above 1979 and another headlining tour with bands including Hyena and Dolomite Minor around December in the same year. Turbowolf's second album, Two Hands, was released on 6 April 2015 through Spinefarm Records/Search and Destroy Records. Turbowolf has said that they are working on a new album named Quell: The Ever Changing Sorcerer of Past, Present & Future, scheduled to be released when the next solar eclipse takes place.

Turbowolf's first album was met with critical acclaim after its 11 November 2011 release. Artrocker magazine gave the album 5/5 and made it their Album of the Month, describing it as "fascinating". Kerrang magazine said the album was "glorious" and that "Turbowolf excel", describing the sound as "a tasty thick soup of distorted boogie rock, psychedelic weirdness and snarling punk attitude."Thrash Hits gave the album 5.5/6 and said, "While giving this album one more spin as I checked this review for typos, I felt that giddy rush and desire to shout about Turbowolf at the top of my lungs to any and all people within earshot. I'm questioning how I could've feared that it wouldn't be worth the wait – it would've been worth twice this wait."Rock Sound gave the record 8/10 describing it as "exceptional", while saying, "It's utterly filthy, untold amounts of fun."Total Guitar magazine said the album was "a speaker-crunching shot into the arm of the UK rock scene. The best British debut we've heard this year."Punktastic awarded the album 4.5/5 and said, "TURBOWOLF have created one of the most original and exciting releases in recent years.

What makes the concept of Turbowolf so exciting is their ability to further develop upon influences, resulting in a creatively unique and engaging style, far removed from any of their contemporaries. Through this self-titled debut, the band have set the benchmark for British music at an high and merciless level."Big Cheese magazine said, "Combining their unmistakeable rocket pace with some frantically feral vocals and riffs, it's hard not to get swept away in the rocking madness."Sludgefactory gave the album 10/10 and opened its review, "If you like heavy, down-and-dirty, balls out rock'n’ roll stop reading this review and go buy this album, simple as that. Okay, I guess I can tell you why you should get this album but you are just wasting precious minutes you could be spending listening to this incredible debut album by the UK's TURBOWOLF", adding, "I could go on and on about this album but you have to hear it to believe it; the only downside to this CD is that it ends."Northern Grit Zine gave the album 5/5 saying, "The self titled début album from the Bristol based, psychedelic loving Turbowolf is nothing short of astonishing.

Stand out tracks aren't easy to choose, due to the immense quality of every single song. Put this album is flawless; when not behind a demonic subtext, these lead vocals sound like emo dressed in the guises of crunch metal riffs." Studio albums: Turbowolf Two Hands The Free Life EPs: Covers EP Vol. 1 Singles: "Bite Me Like A Dog" X Recordings "Read And Write" Lupata Records "Ancient Snake" "Let's Die" "Rabbits Foot" "Domino" Demos: "Avec, Avec!" V2M Production Turb

Aleksandra Nikolić

Aleksandra Nikolić is a Serbian fashion model and local celebrity. She is known for appearing in a Pitbull music video and being profiled in a 2017 issue of GQ magazine Nikolić started out modeling in Serbia in 2010, appearing in TV commercials and a music video for local pop singer Arindy, she modeled for various Serbian fashion magazines like "Harpers Bazaar", "Grazia", "Joy Serbia", "Svet & Style". Additionally, she appeared on the cover of Spanish "Harpers Bazaar" and in the French magazines "Femme" and "Noon", she was photographed in a spread for "The New Yorker" in 2014. She has been seen in ad campaigns for "Jacobs by Marc Jacobs" and Swedish brand "Chiquelle". In 2016, she did a runway show in Miami for the Serbian label "Hamel", designed by Melina Džinović. Nikolić modeled in Japan for six months. Nikolić was raised in Belgrade, Serbia, she has lived in Miami since 2013. Http://