Sweeney Todd. I Have a Dream. Mamma Mia!
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Try Me. She Loves Me. Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep. Crosby, Bing. I'm Alive. Next to Normal. Rolling in the Deep. I Believe.
- √ Lyric | Song lyrics | Isn't It Kinda Fun - Dick Haymes feat. Vivian Blaine on Rockol.
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The Book of Mormon. Grow for Me. Little Shop of Horrors. The Trolley Song. Garland, Judy. Benanti, Laura. Christmas Time Is Here. A Charlie Brown Christmas.
Panis Angelicus. Oscar Hammerstein II. Hal Leonard Music Publishing. State Fair. But isn't it kind of fun to look in each other's eyes Swapping romantic gleams? Maybe you're not a girl to have and to hold, Maybe I'm not a boy who would stay. But isn't it kind of fun carousing around the town Dancing the night away?
Isn't it kind of fun holding hands According to a sweet and corny custom?
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Isnt' it kind of fun making vows? Admitting that we both intend to bust 'em! Maybe we're out for laughs, a girl and a boy.
Episode 3 was so funny but episode 6 was pretty much perfect in my opinion. Funny, sad, weird, amazing acting and writing I generally dislike using the term filler at all because barely any episodes of any TV show are every truly pointless. So by that definition, E6 is not filler at all because there is some of the best character work of the entire series in that episode.
E3, while more likely to be accused of filler, is still not because it has a marked change of tone from the rest of the series. I only consider an episode "filler" if it does literally nothing to the show whatsoever. Coming from watching endless Naruto and Bleach filler episodes, episode 6 is jam packed full of character development. Fitz dealing with his repressed issue with The Doctor, airing out all the things that were glossed over that came from their relationship, Enoch's growth and choice to side with Fitz instead of his own people, there is a lot to unpack in this episode.
Episode 3 was more lighthearted and funny, but it was centered around Enoch discovering his change and the beginning of his growth to being something more, which culminated in what he did in Episode 6.
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So yeah, Shield is doing well and not really having any "filler" episodes. Slower paced and more lighthearted, yeah, but definitely important.
Translation of "kinda fun" in French
I dislike the term "filler" too. Fillers are common, but only with bad tv shows. This is more of a departure, or an interruption from the main plot. It still develops characters and adds to the main goal of the season in AoS, but it isnt as connected.
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Shows like the flash are examples of filler, lots of filler, only filler. They do their pods which are fantastic. And they way they connect the pods in a single season to an overarching theme is just genius. Yeah, no I don't think they are filler either, and I don't like how people just seem to throw that term around Willy nilly.