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Episode 1.2InformationSeason 1, Episode 2Air dateSeptember 19, 2013Written bySteven KnightDirected byOtto BathurstEpisode guidePreviousNextEpisode 1.1Episode 1.3"Episode 1.2" is the second episode of the first series of Peaky Blinders and the second episode of the series overall. It aired on September 19, 2013.
Episode 1.2 is the second episode of the first series of Primeval. It was broadcast as Underground Infestation in North America, Spinnennest (Spidernest) in Germany and Au bout du tunnel (At the end of the tunnel) in France.
Are we in or are we out? Luckily, episode three puts the show back on the tracks by moving past the team-assembling stuff and dealing with the direct repercussions of the new Will McAvoy. I just wish Sorkin got around to it sooner.
The second episode of Loki, titled "The Variant", opens at a renaissance fair in 1985 Oshkosh, Wisconsin. C-20 (Sasha Lane) and a squad of Minutemen exit a time portal, "Variant detected commander." An attendee chastises them for not dressing up. They enter a dark tent, but can detect "no nexus energy." A speaker blares a festival introduction, C-20 announces "it's a trap" and "watch your backs." A hand touches C-20's head, her eyes turn green. She takes off her helmet, grabs a jousting lance, and begins to attack her squad. "Holding Out for a Hero" by Bonnie Tyler plays during the fracas. She's finally disabled, but the last surviving Minuteman is stabbed by a hooded figure. A time portal is opened, and C-20 is dragged through by the killer.
In this episode, we speak with Dr. James Meadowcroft, Professor in both the School of Public Policy and Administration and in the Department of Political Science at Carleton University. He sheds some light on how the environment became a defining issue in the discipline of Political Science, and shares how an organization called the Transition Accelerator works to advance technological, business and social change for a more sustainable future.
Episode 1.2SeriesEpisode:12MEDIAAir date14 June 2017Run47 minutesEPISODE GUIDEPreviousNext1.11.3The second episode of the first series was broadcast on the 14th June 2017. It acquired 2.22 million viewers.
Did you know that the Penn State Erie, The Behrend College campus is more than 850 acres in all? One reason for that is the Wintergreen Gorge. For years, the gorge has been one of the college's greatest treasures. We take a closer look at this natural wonder in the latest episode of the web series, "This Is Behrend."