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Konstantin Bespalov
Konstantin Bespalov

[S5E3] Promise ##VERIFIED##

His motives were in the right place, but one flaw I did have was that he promised Gloria's sister that he would protect her. I'm pretty sure the first thing they teach you during your time at the academy is that you shouldn't make promises you can't keep.

[S5E3] Promise

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They bring Oscar back to the district, where Trudy tries to talk to him, but he stays quiet. Gloria Morales illegally came to the United States with her son and works at Bukowski Meat and Packing Company. The team heads there and asks the workers if they know her, but nobody comes forward. Kim and Antonio talk to John Bukowski, the factory owner, but he is no help, claiming that the immigrant workers here are just trying to get through the day. Before they leave, Kim runs into one of the workers, Lucia, and asks if she knows Gloria Morales. The woman hesitates but agrees, saying Gloria is her sister. They bring her in and ask more questions. She shares that Gloria was in a relationship with the factory owner's son, Michael. They bring him in and try to break him, hoping for a confession, but he asks for a lawyer instead. Voight sends Kim and Antonio back to the factory to get information from the workers, but when they get there, ICE is arresting all of them, including Lucia. Michael's dad called ICE on his own workers, hoping to get his son off the hook, angering Antonio. He promises Lucia that he will help her, but in the end, Lucia is deported back to Guatemala.

Janine is also in hospital too, but Lydia drops on her knees by her bedside and promises to turn things around with the Lord, seeing this as revenge for her past actions. She pleads with God to let Janine survive this. Funnily enough, Mrs Putnam shows up with Angela to check up on Janine too, in a really nice moment.

The group hears a noise outside, and finds Bob there, having been left there by the Terminus group. Bob tells them about his bite mark, Gareth, and Carol and Daryl's absence, and Gareth's presence nearby. Rick wants to stay until Carol and Daryl return, but Abraham refuses to risk Eugene's life. Glenn convinces Abraham to stay 12 more hours and promises to leave with him should Carol and Daryl not return by then. The group prepares to defend against Gareth, and Sasha instructs Tyreese to watch Bob and prepare to stab his head with a knife should he die.

At night, Rick and some of the group leave to search for Gareth, but Gareth and his group are hiding nearby. They break into the church while Rick's group is out of sight, but Rick and the others were lying in wait and return. Two of the Terminus members are killed before Rick and the others hold Gareth and the others at gunpoint. Gareth begs for mercy, promising not to eat any more of Rick's group. Rick tells him that if they don't feed on his friends, they will find someone else to feed on. Rick reiterates his previous vows to Gareth, stating that he "already made him a promise", and proceeds to kill him. Rick, Sasha, Michonne, and Abraham slaughter the remaining Terminus group, much to the aghast of the others, and to Gabriel's anguish due to the carnage occurring in the "Lord's house". Maggie reminds him that the church is just "four walls and a roof". Michonne recovers her stolen katana from the bodies.

Thankfully, Rick and Co. were smart enough to double back and take out Gareth's gang, along with their guns (and Gareth's fingers). Martin alone stands defiant, but Ford has a tactical advantage. Gareth tries his sob story again, and says that Rick and his people don't know what it is to be hungry; he begs for forgiveness. He ain't gettin it, because Rick made a promise. Rick and Co make a savage, brutal, and bloody mess of the cannibals in a way that makes it difficult to cheer them on. (But you can cheer on Michonne getting her katana back.) Father Gabriel acts as a voice of reason after the carnage, even if reason has no place in this messed up world.

Albert and Mike approach the door but are both shot in the head from behind. The Terminants turn around as Rick appears from the shadows and orders them to drop their weapons. Gareth begins to panic and tries to get Rick to back down by threatening the rest of his group, but Rick unceremoniously shoots off his middle and index fingers as he points at the door. Gareth fall to his knees and tells the rest of the Terminants to do as Rick says. All of them except Martin kneel, who insists they haven't been beaten. Abraham steps out of the shadows and puts his rifle to Martin's head, and orders him to get down, which Martin does. Rick then walks to Gareth, who tries to tell Rick that they used be good people who really did accept newcomers into Terminus until "they" arrived and changed everything, and tries to convince Rick to let them go. Rick explains why it's too dangerous for him to do that, then reminds Gareth of a promise he made to him back in Terminus, before pulling the machete with the red handle from his belt and slashing Gareth with it, who screams in agony as Rick, Michonne, Sasha, and Abraham brutally murder Gareth, Theresa, Martin, and Greg respectively.

In a flashback, a young Rip Wheeler and John Dutton find that wolves have gotten to the cattle. The group of ranch hands discusses the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park and how this has proven deadly for the cattle -- despite what advocates for the process had promised. Later, at a governmental meeting, ranchers complain about the wolves, angry that the government won't recognize that the wildlife efforts have already adversely impacted the area. John threatens that if the legislators can't protect the ranchers who supported the reintroduction efforts, then the ranchers will take matters into their own hands.

In the bunkhouse, Lloyd is celebrating his birthday as the rest of the ranch hands tease him for his age. Rip runs into Carter bottle-feeding a calf. Rip promises the boy that they don't ship orphans out, so the calf will still be around next season, then has the boy saddle up to join them back out in the fields. US Fish & Wildlife Service agents show up at the ranch, questioning Rip about wolves on the land. They found the electronic collars Rip and the ranch hands threw in the river and noted that the wolves had spent the previous few days on the Yellowstone ranch. Rip saddles up to join them despite his protestations, but can keep an eye on the agents and prevent them from finding any damning evidence.

Another Red Priestess, established in Volantis, preaches to a group of slaves and freedmen that Daenerys is their prophesied savior.[9] Kinvara, the High Priestess of the Red Temple of Volantis, is also certain that Daenerys is the one who was promised, citing her freeing of slaves and birthing of dragons from stone as evidence. She agrees to send her best priests and preachers throughout Essos, spreading the good word about the queen.[10] After Melisandre is banished from the North, she learns of Daenerys and her dragons. She comes to Dragonstone to make Daenerys aware of her destiny, and to tell her of Jon's importance as well in the coming war.[4]

The phrase "The Prince That Was Promised" is first mentioned in the second novel A Clash of Kings: at the House of the Undying, Daenerys sees a man and a woman - presumed to be her brother Rhaegar and his wife Elia Martell - speaking about a newborn baby that the woman is nursing. The man says that the baby shall be called "Aegon", and that he is "the prince that was promised".

In the fifth novel A Dance with Dragons, Barristan Selmy tells Daenerys that a woods witch, who was a friend of Jenny of Oldstones, told King Jaehaerys II Targaryen the prince that was promised would be born of the line of his children, and that prophecy made him wed his children to each other. 041b061a72


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