9-1-1 Season 6 - Episode 8
Episode 8 of 9-1-1 season 6 starts with a group of people at a festival and unfortunately a swamp of bees attack a young lady knight. The team is called in to save her and Hen is happy to see that she inspires the sister of the young knight.
9-1-1 Season 6 - Episode 8
There were a lot of moving parts in this episode and that made it more interesting. It was good to see Buck and Jee-Yun together. Normally, we see him hanging out with Christopher so this was definitely a good change of pace.
It was beautiful and moving seeing Eddie understand that no one can prepare anyone for parenting. Many parents can attest that there are many things we never imagined or dreamed of seeing our kids doing. The scene where he shares his thought on this with Carla was refreshingly raw! Roll on the next episode!
Since Maddie and Chimney got back together during 9-1-1 Season 6 Episode 1, we haven't checked in much with them regarding their relationship. They briefly hired a nanny, but outside of that, what's been happening with their relationship? Are they getting counseling? How are they communicating now that they're back together?
Truck rides with the 118 are always some of the best moments of an episode, and that was very true here when the 118 discussed first kisses. The team loves to kid, and they get their little jokes in, but it's also good for Eddie to be reminded that it's all just a part of growing up.
There is only one more episode before the dreaded midseason finale, and I honestly have no idea what 9-1-1 will throw at us! The midseason finale from 9-1-1 Season 5 saw Eddie leaving the 118. Will we get a cliffhanger like that? Or something even worse?
In 9-1-1's Winter finale, the breaking point is more about the people our first responders serve than them. Thus giving us an episode that lacks the drama for anything with the word "finale" associated with it.
KRISTEN REIDEL: Hen and Karen have been through so much, not just this season but on the show. So this seemed like an opportunity to give them a clean slate so they could reaffirm their commitment to each other and so they can heal that old wound.
REIDEL: We miss Connie. I think she liked doing the season and then she moved on to other things. We would love to have her back if she is ever interested in doing that. I will never say never.
BRADENTON, FLA - The Duke men's golf team battled throughout the day and pushed two matches into extra holes before falling to top-seed Arkansas, 3-1-1, in the title match of the Callaway Collegiate Match Play Championship at the Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla. Duke, the 2011 Callaway Collegiate Match Play champions, is now 9-2 in match play over the last two seasons.
Junior Julian Suri rebounded from his first career match play loss on Monday to post a 5 & 3 win over Ethan Tracy and improve to 9-1-1 in his career in match play. The St. Augustine, Fla., native never trailed in his match and lost just two holes en route to the win. Suri opened par-par-birdie to win the first three holes. After giving a hole back with a bogey on the par 3 fourth hole, he birdied No. 5 (par 5) and No. 8 (par 4) to go 4-up. Tracy won the first hole after the turn and the two players matched shots over the next three holes. Suri put the match away with a par on No. 14 and a birdie on No. 15 for the victory.
Duke returns to action at the Irish Creek Collegiate (March 31 - April 1). The Blue Devils claimed the team championship at the event last season. Merkulov, Paolini, Suri and Spencer Anderson all finished in the top 10 at the event a year ago. 041b061a72