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Saturday May 18

An assassination attempt on the Chinese ambassador sends mismatched detectives Lee and Carter heading to Paris, on a mission to protect a woman with information on Triad gangs. However, the assignment brings Lee into confrontation with his own criminal brother. Action comedy sequel, starring Jackie Chan, Chris Tucker, Max von Sydow, Roman Polanski, Hiroyuki Sanada and Noemie Lenoir

Rush Hour 3 airs on 5STAR at 8:25 PM, Saturday May 18. (Subtitles, continued.)


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How to Familiarize a Cat (Toula) – Hades 2 Guide

If you can’t find Toula in Erebus, she is in the Dock in the Rift of Thessaly.

The Rift of Thessaly is the area you enter after defeating Polyphemus in the city of Ephyra. Immediately after completing the boss fight, head to the next room to replenish your health at the Fountain. The next room is the Docks. There is a small pier all the way to the left of the Docks where, if you are lucky, Toula can relax. Give her some Witch’s Delight to familiarize her, and she will disappear to the crossroads, where you can meet her again after running.

Toula is not always in the Docks and can be quite elusive. But keep completing runs on the surface, and you’ll eventually encounter her!

You’ll have to cast both Permeation of Witching Wards And The unraveling of a fateful bond Charms to explore the surface long enough to reach the Rift of Thessaly.

How to get Witch’s Delight in Hades 2

Witch’s Delight is a treat you receive after casting Faith of Familiar Spirits in the Cauldron. The Faith of Familiar Spirits Charm requires 2x nectar and 1x lotus flower. You can get Nectar by completing encounters in rooms with the Nectar icon on the door. You can also buy it from the Wretched Broker in the Crossroads for 50x Bones. The lotus flowers you need for the incantation can be collected by hand in Oceanus.

If you’ve already given your Witch’s Delight to Frinos the Frog, you can earn even more by using the Beast-loving bite recipe on the Alchemy tab. This recipe is unlocked after casting Faith of Familiar Spirits and costs you 1x Star Dust and 2x Lotus Flowers.

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The 1% Club – ITV1 London

Season 3 Episode 11

Quiz game show hosted by Lee Mack in which the questions have nothing to do with memorizing facts, but all about logic and common sense. Each show starts with 100 contestants, but who will make it to the end and answer a question that only one percent of the country can get right – and win up to £100,000?

The 1% club airs on ITV1 London at 8:50 PM, Saturday May 18. (Subtitles, audio description, new.)
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Stars pay tribute to Dabney Coleman, actor who starred in 9 to 5 and Tootsie | Ents & Art News

Dabney Coleman made a career playing villains alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest stars. Lily Tomlin, Morgan Fairchild and Ben Stiller led tributes to the Boardwalk Empire actor.

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Lily Tomlin, Morgan Fairchild and Ben Stiller have paid tribute to ‘unique’ actor Dabney Coleman following his death at the age of 92.

Coleman made a career playing comedic villains, mean-spirited bosses and scoundrels in films like 9 to 5 and Tootsie, and playing Commodore Louis Kaestner in Boardwalk Empire.

Lily Tomlin, who starred opposite him in 9 To 5 with Jane Fonda and Dolly Partonsaid, “We just loved him.”

In her message to

Morgan Fairchild, who starred in Falcon Crest and Friends, described Coleman as “amazing”.

“We are very sorry to hear of the death of the great #DabneyColeman,” she wrote on X alongside a black and white photo of them together.

“We dated for a while in the ’80s and I adored him. This city has lost something unique!”

Coleman “peacefully and exquisitely breathed his last earthly breath” Thursday at his home in Santa Monica, his daughter said Friday in a statement on behalf of the family.

“My father spent his time here on earth with a curious mind, a generous heart and a soul on fire with passion, desire and humor that tickled the funny bone of humanity,” she said.

“While he lived, he went through this last act of his life with grace, excellence and mastery.”

Coleman in 1989. Photo: AP

Zoolander and Meet The Parents actor Ben Stiller praised Coleman for paving the way for character actors.

“The great Dabney Coleman literally created or defined – in a unique way – an archetype as a character actor.

“He was so good at what he did, it’s hard to imagine movies and television from the last 40 years without him.”

Coleman with Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda in 1980 Credit: Ralph Dominguez/MediaPunch/IPX

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Coleman appeared in a number of films and TV series in the 1960s and then made his breakthrough as a corrupt mayor in the satirical soap opera Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman in 1976.

His film credits include a computer scientist in WarGames, Tom Hanks’ father in You’ve Got Mail and a chief firefighter in The Towering Inferno.

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He won a Golden Globe for Best Actor for The Slap Maxwell Story and an Emmy for Best Supporting Actor in Peter Levin’s 1987 legal drama Sworn To Silence.

Coleman also won two Screen Actors Guild Awards as part of the cast of crime drama Boardwalk Empire and received Emmy and Golden Globe nominations for his starring role in the NBC sitcom Buffalo Bill.

Offiong, Omotayo Qualify for the 2024 Olympic Games in Paris

Offiong, Omotayo qualify for Paris 2024 Olympics – Latest Sports News in Nigeria

Offiong qualified for the Paris Games after a resilient 4-2 win over Tunisia’s Fadwa Garci.

The achievement marks Offiong’s fifth appearance at the Olympics when the games begin in July.

Shortly afterwards, Omotayo Olajide joined Offiong in booking his ticket to Paris with a dominant 4-0 win over Saheed Idowu of Congo-Brazzaville in the semi-finals. This will be Olajide’s second Olympic appearance.

Nigerian Fatimo Bello, on the other hand, could not secure her place at the Olympic Games.

Bello lost 4-2 to Sarah Hanffou of Cameroon, who claimed an Olympic ticket in what will be the final year of her professional table tennis career.

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Sullivan named U.S. coach for 2025 4 Nations Face-Off and 2026 Olympic Games

Mike Sullivan will coach the United States at the 2025 4 Nations Face-Off and the 2026 Milano Cortina Olympic Games.

Sullivan just completed his ninth season as coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins, whom he led to two Stanley Cup appearances.

“I am very grateful for the opportunity to coach our team at these two very important international events,” said Sullivan. “It has been great to see the progress we have made in hockey in our country over my lifetime. Having the opportunity to lead our best players is an honor and a challenge that I am very much looking forward to.”

The first 4 Nations Face-Off will be a best-on-best tournament featuring only NHL players, with the US, Canada, Finland and Sweden participating from February 12-20. They will play seven matches over a nine-day period in yet-to-be-named cities in North America, one in the US and one in Canada.

The 2026 Winter Olympics will be held from February 6 to 22 in the Italian cities of Milan and Cortina d’Ampezzo. It is the first time since 2014 that NHL players will participate in the Olympic Games.

“We are excited to have Mike mentor our teams,” said Minnesota Wild general manager Bill Guerin, the general manager of the US 4 Nations Face-Off and the 2026 Olympic men’s team. “He is one of the very best coaches in the sport and his background, including in international hockey, is well suited to put our team in the best position to win.”

Sullivan, a native of Marshfield, Massachusetts, is 375-219-77 in nine seasons with the Penguins and helped them win the Stanley Cup in 2016 and 2017. This season, Pittsburgh was 38-32-12, finishing three points behind Washington. Capitals for the second wild card into the Stanley Cup Playoffs in the Eastern Conference.

In eleven seasons as an NHL coach with the Penguins and Boston Bruins (2003-2006), Sullivan is 445-275-100 with 15 draws, and 47-42 in the playoffs.

Sullivan has been a part of USA Hockey for five decades, starting in 1988 when he played for the United States at the IIHF World Junior Championship. He also played for the U.S. Men’s National Team for the 1997 IIHF Men’s World Championship. He served as an assistant coach for the U.S. at the 2016 Hockey World Cup and the 2006 Turin Olympics. Sullivan also coached the US at the 2007 World Cup and served as an assistant at the 2008 World Cup.

“Mike Sullivan is not only a great coach, but also someone with a strong passion for USA Hockey,” said Pat Kelleher, executive director of USA Hockey. “He is a world-class leader and has been an important part of hockey in our country for a long time.”

The teams in the 4 Nations Face-Off are expected to announce the first six players on their rosters in early summer.

‘9 To 5’ and ‘Tootsie’ fame Dabney Coleman dies at 92

Famous Hollywood actor, Dabney Coleman, achieved major milestones in his career. He was known for playing mean and humorous villains and bosses who ended up being jerks. The actor from ‘9 to 5’ and ‘Tootsie’ died at the age of 92.

The news of his death was confirmed by his daughter, Quincy Coleman. The actor died on Thursday in Santa Monica at his home. Quincy confirmed that Coleman died on May 16, 2024 at 1:50 p.m

She said in the statement to the media:

My father spent his time here on earth with a curious mind, a generous heart and a soul on fire with passion, desire and humor that tickled humanity’s funny bone.

While he was alive, he went through this last act of his life with grace, excellence and mastery.

The Primetime Emmy Award winner played an egotistical talk show host on NBC’s Buffalo Bill in 1983. The show lasted two seasons and revolved around the host’s journey at a TV station in Buffalo, New York. Although the show was loved by critics, it could only offer 26 episodes.

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Coleman got his first break, earning him love and praise from industry experts, in 1980. ‘9 to 5’ is considered a cult classic in the American film industry. He plays a “sexist, selfish, lying, hypocritical bigot” boss in the film, which is considered one of the “100 Funniest American Movies of All Time.”

Additionally, he was praised for playing a sexist soap director, Ron Carlisle, in 1982’s Tootsie.

Despite being popular for his selfish and villainous roles, Coleman did not lack versatility in his acting. The Golden Globe winner married twice. His second wife, Jean Hale, fathered four children.

Final Fantasy Ghosts, Warframe starting help and more tips

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War frame feels like it’s been there forever. And yet, despite being a live-service game for eleven years, it still has a thriving fanbase, thanks to a crucial combination of community goodwill and a game that’s actually fun to play and always delivers cool, new things gets. But for those considering jumping in: War frame can look quite compact and unapproachable. In some ways that’s true, but in other ways it couldn’t be further from the truth. – Lucas White read more

7 Day Weather Forecast for Jefferson County

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Chance of showers, with a chance of thunder after 11 a.m. Fog before 10am. Otherwise partly sunny, with a high near 74 degrees. Calm winds will turn south, around 8 km per hour in the afternoon. Chance of precipitation is 40%. New precipitation amounts less than one-tenth of an inch, except higher amounts are possible with thunderstorms.

This evening

Chance of showers and thunderstorms, especially before 8 p.m. Partly cloudy, with a low around 56. Light easterly winds. Chance of precipitation is 30%. New precipitation amounts less than one-tenth of an inch, except higher amounts are possible with thunderstorms.


Mostly sunny, with a high near 79. Calm winds.

Sunday night

Mostly clear, with a low around 56. Calm winds.


Sunny, with a high near 82. Light and variable winds.

Monday night

Mostly clear, with a low around 58.


Sunny, with a high near 83.

Tuesday night

Mostly clear, with a low around 62.


Chance of showers, then chance of showers and possibly thunderstorms after 2 p.m. Mostly sunny, with a high near 83. Chance of precipitation is 60%.

Wednesday night

Possible showers and possibly a thunderstorm before 2am, then a chance of showers and thunderstorms after 2am. Partly cloudy, with a low near 60. Chance of precipitation is 60%.


Chance of showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 73. Chance of precipitation is 50%.

Thursday evening

Chance of showers. Partly cloudy, with a low near 50. Chance of precipitation is 30%.


Mostly sunny, with a high near 71.

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Stream it or skip it?

Scripted shows that bring together a number of characters in a strange game seem to be a specialty of South Korea. Squid game was released three years ago and became a global hit because it was a scripted drama about surviving a game. Was there a plot outside the game? Yes, but not alot. Now a darker, comedic scripted series about people in a game has emerged from South Korea. In this game, time is literally money.


Opening shot: “I thought I would be different,” says Bae Jin-su (Ryu Jun-yeol) as he looks out over the water while standing at the railing of a bridge.

The core: Jin-su there because he’s about to end it all. He is heavily in debt and owes 900 million won (about $667,000) to loan sharks. He works many minimum wage jobs, such as at a convenience store, and has no discernible skills, thanks to his liberal arts degree. He borrowed the money after an investment banker promised him that he would help him make a huge profit, which of course didn’t work. So after dangling from forty stories high while washing windows, Jin-su felt like he had no other choice.

Just before he jumps, he sees notices that money is being deposited into his account, and a limousine pulls up. Jin-Su thinks it’s some kind of citywide suicide prevention program, and is surprised when the drinks in the limo are fake. He is dropped off at a theater and presented with a card, a stack of money and numbered card keys. He can take the stacks of money and go home, or he can take a key and go through the curtain. At first he takes the money, thinking that only bad things are hidden behind that curtain. But he thought he was about to commit suicide, so if someone harvests organs there, what’s the difference?

Behind the curtain is a huge, colorful room and eight floors of bedrooms. A clock shows 24:00:00.00. The number on his card key – 3 – corresponds to the floor he is on. He enters the room and sees an empty room and a digital scoreboard. He is presented with a uniform with his key number on it and a booklet with rules. What he eventually finds out is that every minute he spends in the room earns him 30,000 won. But he has nothing to sleep on or pee in, and the prices of everything he brings in are a hundred times higher than in the real world. If he leaves the room before 8 a.m., he loses half his earnings. So he improvises, gets a bottle to pee in and cardboard boxes and newspapers to sleep on.

The next morning he sees that the time has been added to the clock. He meets the other players in this game: 8F (Chun Woo-Hee), 7F (Park Jeong-Min), 4F (Lee Yul-Eum), 6F (Park Hae-Joon), 2F (Lee Joo-Young), 5F (Moon Jeong-Hee) and 1F (Bae Sung-Woo). They decide to refer to each other by their numbers. They all have distinctive personalities: 7F is logical, 6F a bit rough. 8F wears only her bra under her uniform jacket and acts privileged.

Not only do they discover that everything in the common areas is fake, including the food, but when they ask for supplies there, the time is taken off the clock. But the time saved costs less money than the money things cost in their room. So they all ask for buckets, toilet paper and cigarettes. Then when they realize the ‘free’ food isn’t coming, 8F admits that she has twelve packs of food and water in her room. When the group finds out that the food is for all of them, but she is not supposed to leave her room, 7F finds out that the parachute that delivers items to them connects all the rooms. All participants go to the 8th floor, to the rooms of 8F. That’s when they realize that not everything in the game is equal.

The 8 Tone
Photo: Lee Jae-hyuk/Netflix

What shows will it remind you of? The 8 Tonewritten and directed by Han Jae-rim and based on the webtoons Money game And Cake gamefeels very bad Squid gameexcept no one gets killed for losing a challenge (we think).

Our opinion: The 8 Tone can be as dark as Squid game, but it’s definitely wryer funnier than the Netflix megahit. In a way, it’s actually intriguing. Sure, there’s money at stake in both shows. But in the case of The 8 Tonethe participants will have to figure out whether they will work together or be at each other’s throats to keep the pot of money they think they will win.

We don’t know much about the characters playing this game. Other than 3F – Bae Jin-su – we don’t even know their names, at least not yet. But that’s not really necessary at the moment. This is a case where each character’s broad archetypes serve the plot well. Someone has to be the practical one. Someone has to be the spoiled one, and someone has to be the rebellious one. The thing about Jin-su is that he’s good with awards and numbers, but for the most part he just seems like a neutral party. Since we’re looking at the game from his perspective, that’s a good archetype for him to settle into.

Han Jae-rim tries to get a bit stylistic, especially during the pre-credits sequence, which is shot in 4:3 format. We wonder if these kinds of stylistic touches will continue as the game becomes more surreal; the set design of the game’s central courtyard is certainly colorful and surreal. We welcome some stylistic caveats as the show progresses, as we suspect some of the show’s dark humor will go by the wayside as the participants figure out how long the game lasts and how they have to fuck other players to get ahead. They have already discovered that there is a hierarchy when it comes to the rooms, the money made per minute and the food. What other things are the game masters going to do to mess with these people?

Gender and skin: Other than 8F parading around in her bra like she’s Sue Ellen Mischke, there’s nothing.

Parting shot: The participants see 8F’s room and realize that she earns much more per minute than they do. One of the participants says, “Aw, shit” in English.

Sleepy Star: 7F, played by Park Jeong-Min, certainly asserts himself as a leader in the first episode, given his application of logic to the proceedings. But who knows how long that will last?

Most pilot-y line: When the two thugs come to Jin-su’s apartment to break his legs, they bang on his door, but are immediately chased away by a mother whose baby is woken up.

Our call: STREAM IT. Like it Squid gamethe pleasure of The 8 Tone is seeing what kind of situations the characters get into and how they figure out how to play the strange game they find themselves in.

Joel Keller (@joelkeller) writes about food, entertainment, parenting and technology, but he’s not kidding himself: he’s a TV junkie. His articles have appeared in the New York Times, Slate, Salon,, VanityFair.comFast Company and elsewhere.