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[S2E25] The Answer

Since its origins, democracy has been a work in progress. Today, many question its resilience. The Bertelsmann Foundation and Humanity in Action have teamed up with Andrew Keen, author of How to Fix the Future, to launch How to Fix Democracy: a video and podcast series exploring practical responses to the threats facing democracies around the world. Host Andrew Keen interviews prominent thinkers, writers, politicians, technologists, and business leaders who enlighten and challenge us as we seek the answers to How to Fix Democracy.

[S2E25] The Answer

Addison asks Meredith if she's seen Alex. Meredith replies she did hours ago. Addison says she needs to ask Meredith something. She's not sure she wants the answer, but she needs to ask. She asks if Meredith is sleeping with her husband. Meredith says not since before she knew he was married. Addison is relieved, but it still felt like there was something going on between them earlier today. Meredith says it's nothing. She says she's dating Finn now. Addison leaves the room.

At Mercy West, Burke asks Alex if Izzie's answering her pages. It's been 30 minutes. Alex guesses she's busy with getting the test results. Bailey is not answering either. Erica tells Burke he can check the chart all he wants, the heart's not going to be his.

Callie is with George in the intern locker room. She tells him she loves him. She realizes it was too soon and says she's a moron with verbal diarrheae. He just looks at her. She asks him what he's thinking and if he's freaking out. Before he can answer, Izzie bursts in and tells George she needs his help. It's really important. George gets up and tells Callie he'll call her later. He then leaves with Izzie.

Mordecai and Rigby find a newspaper ad posted by Benson desperately wanting groundskeepers, so they answer the advertisement to Pops, who gives them the job. They get their bedroom (which is empty at the time), and drink two cases of soda while bringing in a pile of old clothes, a blanket, a pillow, and an alarm clock. When they wake up the next morning, they go downstairs to eat breakfast, only to realize that there's only one clean bowl and spoon left for cereal. They play punchies for it. Due to Rigby's lack of muscle, Mordecai wins the bowl for cereal and the spoon. Benson and Pops come in, carrying Pop's old sofa and Mordecai and Rigby follow them outside to claim the chair. Benson tells them that it's being thrown away. However, Mordecai and Rigby want to keep it, then Mordecai tells to Rigby that he will sit on it, and when he sit in, He feels like that chair isn't uncomfortable and he tells Rigby to sit in. And Rigby also see that chair is not uncomfortable. And he asks Pops that they must throw away, instead of throwing the chair away, So they play Rock, Paper, Scissors to decide who gets it. They start playing, and tie, over and over again. Benson drives by to see them doing this, and warns them that it's an "evil game." After tying for the one hundredth time, a disembodied voice says "Since no-one can decide, and all that's played is ties... I take it upon myself to eat your prize!" A black hole enters with a potentially lovecraftian monster inside who appears briefly to scream at Mordecai and Rigby. The black hole begins to eat the chair. Mordecai and Rigby run for cover at the doorstep, then Rigby runs back when he sees the chair getting sucked into the hole. Mordecai goes after Rigby, leaving Pops after them. Pops clings onto a lightpost while Mordecai clings onto Rigby who clings onto the chair. Pop's grip on the lightpost is released, but they are caught by Skips as they slide to their death, the latter telling everybody to pass on the message of holding on. However, when Mordecai is about to tell Rigby, he sees that Rigby has his head inside the hole! Benson drives the cart slowly, pulling Rigby out. He drives into the garage door, out of room, so he tells the two to end the tie. Mordecai tells Rigby his move and despite Rigby's doubts, they throw down one last time.

On a beautiful planet in the Delta Quadrant, Commander Chakotay, and Captain Kathryn Janeway are awakened from their stasis units by The Doctor, who reports that they have been in stasis for seventeen days. He regrets to inform them that, despite all his and Kes' efforts, he has not discovered a cure for the disease the two officers have been infected with. It appears that the only way the two officers can avoid developing the deadly symptoms is to remain on the planet, where an unknown element is able to protect them from the disease's effects. He says that the only thing he can think of is contacting the medically advanced Vidiians. Janeway terminates the com link to discuss the situation with Chakotay, and both agree that the Vidiians would most likely attack the crew for body parts rather than offer aid. Chakotay asks if they could live with themselves after sending the USS Voyager into that kind of danger. Janeway's implied answer is no.

Series creator Chris Carter noted that the episode's creation "was the culmination of a lot of ideas. Generally, when we pitch stories to the staff everyone comments on them, and Darin Morgan called this the kitchen sink episode, because it had so much in it, he didn't know how we would pull it off. But I'm very proud of the script. David Duchovny and I worked quite closely on the story and he had a lot of input, and then I sat down and wrote the script". He felt that the episode ended the season in the best manner possible, asking more questions than it answered.[3] The episode tried to make similar cliffhangers as the previous season finale, with revelations such as Mulder's father being part of the conspiracy and later killed to "prove anything could happen in The X-Files".[4] 041b061a72

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