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Season 11998 ((BETTER))

The Wild Thornberrys is an American animated television series created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, Steve Pepoon, David Silverman, and Stephen Sustarsic and produced by Klasky Csupo for Nickelodeon. The show focuses on the Thornberrys, a family of nature documentarians headed by Nigel Thornberry, a British filmmaker, and his wife, camera operator Marianne. Their daughters, Debbie and Eliza, join them in their quest to research animals in their natural habitats across the world. The Thornberrys travel around the world in the ComVee, a recreational vehicle equipped with survival gear, which also serves as the Thornberry home while they are on an expedition. Their travel companions also include Donnie, a ferral boy whom the Thornberrys adopted, and Darwin, a skittish chimpanzee. Eliza, the younger of the two sisters, has a magical ability to communicate with animals, the origin of which is explained in the season 2 episode "Gift of Gab".

Season 11998

The series premiered on September 1, 1998, and ran for 5 seasons with 91 episodes. The series finale aired on June 11, 2004. Unlike typical Nickelodeon series of the time, each episode is a full half-hour in length (22 minutes if not counting commercials). Along with the feature film The Wild Thornberrys Movie, the characters have also been featured in Rugrats Go Wild, a feature film crossover with another popular Klasky Csupo production, Rugrats.

Fight 2: Ashlee shoves a stool and bucket into her Old Nose's nostrils, triggering a powerful sneeze which killed the nose. Shaun White's head is bashed in by a flying tomato, which is smashed by Shaun White's skateboard. This is another pre-season Internet poll winner.

Charmed is an American television series created by Constance M. Burge. In the United States, Charmed premiered on The WB on October 7, 1998 and ended on May 21, 2006, with 178 episodes.[1][2] Charmed originally aired on Wednesday nights at 9:00 pm,[1] before moving to Thursday nights for its second, third and fourth seasons.[3][4][5] For the fifth season, the series moved to Sunday nights at 8:00 pm and remained there until its eighth and final season.[2][6]

The first episode, "Something Wicca This Way Comes", garnered 7.7 million viewers and broke the record for the highest-rated debut episode for The WB.[7] For its first three seasons, Charmed was the second-highest rated series on The WB, behind 7th Heaven.[8][9][10] During its fifth season, Charmed became the highest-rated Sunday night program in The WB's history.[11][12] By the end of its eighth season, Charmed had become the second-longest drama broadcast by The WB and broke the record for the longest running hour-long television series featuring all female leads,[13] later overtaken in 2012 by Desperate Housewives.

Leading by two runs, Houston skipper Larry Dierker called on hard-throwing closer Billy Wagner, while Brad Ausmus replaced Tony Eusebio at catcher. Although Wagner had missed about three weeks in the middle of the season after being hit by a line drive, he had managed 30 saves in 35 chances.

With one out left, Padres manager Bruce Bochy chose to pinch-hit for left-handed hitting Wally Joyner and sent righty Jim Leyritz to the plate. Leyritz had already made a name for himself with his late-inning heroics in the postseason. In 1995, his 15th-inning home run had given the Yankees a 7-5 win and a two-games-to-none lead over Seattle in the division series. The next year, his three-run homer off Atlanta closer Mark Wohlers had tied Game Four of the World Series, enabling the Yankees to eventually win that game, even the Series, and then to go on to win it.

With Dan Miceli pitching for San Diego in the bottom of the ninth, leadoff batter Ricky Gutierrez reached safely on a slow roller to shortstop. Attempting to bunt Gutierrez to second, Ausmus fell backward yet still managed to accomplish the sacrifice. With the winning run in scoring position, Bochy called for Hoffman, his ace reliever, who had tied a National League record with 53 saves that season.

Career Highs Goals 3 vs. Dartmouth, 2/29/08 Assists 3 vs. Quinnipiac, 11/3/07 Points 3 (four times) last vs. Dartmouth, 2/29/08 Shots 12 at Harvard, 2/14/09 Penalties 2 (nine times) last vs. Princeton, 3/20/09 Penalty Minutes 15 at RIT, 10/27/07 Sophomore Season - 2007-08Greening became the first sophomore during the tenure of head coach Mike Schafer to be named either a captain or assistant captain, and he showed his value by earning a spot on both the ECAC Hockey and Ivy League Second Teams. Greening led the Big Red in scoring as a sophomore, tallying a team-best 33 points and 14 goals. He had eight multi-point games as a sophomore, including tallying Cornell's first hat-trick in a 6-0 win over Dartmouth on Feb. 29, 2008, since Matt Moulson scored three goals on Feb. 19, 2005. Greening also had a three-assist game on Nov. 3 against Quinnipiac in the Big Red's 5-3 victory at Lynah Rink. He led the Ivy League with nine goals in 10 league games and was tied for sixth in the league in scoring with 11 points. Greening has appeared in every Cornell game since his arrival on campus, running his streak to 67 games through two seasons and was a nominee for the ECAC Hockey Student-Athlete of the Year award.

Freshman Season - 2006-07Greening came on strong in the second half of his freshman season, establishing himself as the next in a long line of Cornell power forwards. He recorded 11 goals to lead the team, the first freshman to do so since Denis Ladouceur in 1999. He had three two-goal games, first tallying twice in the loss to Wayne State on Nov. 25, then recording another pair of goals in the 5-1 win over Clarkson on Feb. 2. Greening then recorded the first of two three-point games on Feb. 10 at Rensselaer, scoring two goals and adding an assist. He posted another three-point game a week later in the 8-4 win over Princeton, scoring once and adding a pair of assists. Greening was one of four players to appear in all 31 contests for the Big Red, and his 19 points ranked him in a tie with Tony Romano for fifth on the team.

Before CornellGreening, a physical player with a well-rounded game, was an alternate captain as a rookie for the Nanaimo Clippers of the British Columbia Hockey League. He was named the rookie of the year and received the coach's award following a season in which he ranked second on the team in scoring with 30 goals and 35 assists for 65 points. He was also selected to the BCHL All-Star game and was named the Coastal Conference Player of the Game. During his prep career, he was team captain at Upper Canada College, named the team MVP and to the Ontario All-High School hockey team. Greening also lettered in soccer and earned the team's Golden Boot Award and was given the Alexander Logie Award as the school's athlete of the year. Greening was a seventh round draft pick for the Ottawa Senators in 2005.

Though California's 54 electoral votes are the most of any state in the nation, its impact on choosing presidential nominees has been minimized over the years as the nominations are usually wrapped up earlier in the primary season, before Californians vote.

Great first season of this sitcom. The lazy, immature Berg and the more serious Pete complement each other perfectly. Sharon is also a funny character, because she is just one of the boys in terms of behaviour. Supplemented by pizza boss Bill of course. 041b061a72


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