Fool you twice, shame on you. Ben Kenobi swam right into the heart of the place, and he discovered darker secrets than Cal Kestis ever did. He also started to get his Jedi groove back, and (also like Cal Kestis) he busted some water-bearing windows.
How does shame rear its ugly head in the life of a church leader David and Caron Loveless from First Baptist Orlando share the story of how their decades-long ministry came crashing down, the shame that ensued (and preceded) this crisis, and their journey toward healthy souls and a healthy ministry.
Sexual rejection leads to loneliness, low self-esteem, and bitterness. But just how far can someone spiral After Chye-Ling gets called out on Reddit for having a white partner, the investigation turns to the Asian community, the dark side of judgements on interracial couples, personal guilt and shame. In an attempt to understand it all, James tries to unpack toxic Asian masculinity and his past work, while Chye-Ling confronts the Reddit user who planted the seeds of doubt for her as an Asian activist dating a white man.
Carpe Diem: Tracy believes one should \"live every week like it's Shark Week\" and \"dress every day like you're gonna get murdered in those clothes.\" Catchphrase: Jack comes up with the idea of starting with the catchphrases and working backwards. These include, \"Nuts to you, McGillicutty,\" \"Who ordered the wieners\" and \"Beep-beep, ribby-ribby!\" Distracted by the Sexy: Cerie's sexy attire proves to be a major distraction for the male staff. Liz tries to put an end to it by convincing Cerie to cover up more.Liz: You need to dress like you have a job, and parents who raised you in some kind of shame-based American religious tradition. Early-Installment Weirdness: Tracy's wife Angie is played by Sharon Wilkins rather than Sherri Shepherd. Exact Words: Liz told Cerie to wear a bra. In her next outfit, Cerie does wear one... under a see-through dress. First-Name Basis: After Liz embarrasses Jack in front of two GE executives, he keeps up appearances by haranguing her for speaking to him so casually, including her usage of this trope. He calls it his \"Christian name\" for extra stuffiness. Gold Digger: Cerie's career plan is to \"marry rich and then design handbags.\" Literal Metaphor: Tracy doesn't believe in one-way streets, \"not between people and not while I'm driving.\" Not Listening to Me, Are You:Liz: I think we need to change this Donald Trump joke... [all the male writers are staring at Cerie] ...because Donald Trump was eaten by a lion this morning... on the International Space Station. Anyone listening [no one is] Ordered Apology: Jonathan informs Liz that she is ordered to apologize for kicking Jack out of the writers' room, but she has to do it as though apologizing was her own idea.Jonathan: I've penciled you in for three o'clock. This conversation never happened. Timmy in a Well: Parodied. When Kenneth gets stuck on a fence, he turns to a nearby rat and says, \"Go get help, girl!\" Walk and Talk: Parodied when Liz and Pete do this and end up going in a circle. Pete even name-drops the trope afterwards. Due to this trope being associated with Aaron Sorkin, this was understood at the time as a subtle Take That! at the dueling show Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip.
Faced with the reality of an HIV diagnosis and having unknowingly infected his pregnant wife, Cesar is consumed with shame and guilt. The family shares in their struggles, as they try to come to terms with the truths that have forever changed their family and their lives.
Sin Vergüenza is a thought provoking, cutting edge drama that uses storytelling to tackle shame and stigma associated with HIV within the Latino community. With a vision to increase HIV awareness and reduce HIV stigma, AltaMed created and produced this one of a kind bilingual telenovela filled with drama and suspense. It was designed as an educational tool to draw in audiences and provoke discussion on HIV prevention and treatment nationwide. 59ce067264