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Primeape Goes Bananas (Japanese: おこらないでねオコリザル Don't Get Angry, Okorizaru!) is the 25th episode of the Pokémon anime. It was first broadcast in Japan on September 16, 1997 and in the United States on October 9, 1998.

Episode 25

Don Krieg plans on invading the Baratie ship assuming that nobody will attack them with a ship like that. As a crew member talks of facing Mihawk in the future, he gets annoyed and shoots him dead. Don Krieg believes that Mihawk is a devil fruit eater as no normal person would cut a ship in half so easily and there are many devil fruit users on the grand line. Don Krieg then talks about Zeff's past; Zeff had survived on the grand line for a year. Krieg thinks that Zeff had a strategy for surviving in such a place and wants to find out. He believes that all his special strategies and information on the great treasure "One Piece" are written in the journal that he possesses. Krieg's crew are amazed by what they hear and start the invasion. Sanji orders one of the chefs to open the "fin" to avoid the restaurant becoming a battlefield; the fin will provide a place to fight. Luffy starts to attack Don Krieg's crew and the fin starts to open. Sanji shows his "kick" which everyone admires; Krieg brings Pearl into the battle. Pearl soon gets mad over blood and sets himself on fire and soon is defeated. The episode ends with Gin pointing a gun at Zeff.

"Episode 25", or, "On the Wings of Love" is the eighteenth episode of the second season of Twin Peaks, and the twenty-sixth episode of the series as a whole. It originally aired April 4, 1991.

"Goodbye Once Again" is a bonus episode that is included in the 9th DVD/BluRay volume of Kill la Kill, which was released on September 3, 2014. On June 7, 2014, Shigeto Koyama and Hiromi Wakabayashi confirmed during a Q/A session at AnimeNEXT 2014 that the theme of the OVA will be "graduation".[1]

This wiki contains spoilers for all stories of Critical Role. This includes the story for unaired episodes of The Legend of Vox Machina, as it's based on the first campaign of Critical Role from 2015-2017.

"A Taste of Tal'Dorei" (3x25) is the twenty-fifth episode of the third campaign of Critical Role. Bells Hells explore Bassuras and the Paragon's Call stronghold while getting to know their new friend Dusk, whose past strangely intersects with one of their own...

Mummy IssuesSeason1Episode25Air date21 January 2020Episode guidePreviousNextEpisode 24: The Sins of the FathersEpisode 26: Moms of Future PastMummy Issues is the 25th episode of season 1 of Dungeons and Daddies.

We start with the four girls wearing their new orange jumpsuits in the back of a police van, stripped of the individual identities their clothes always offered them and commiserating about their slow drive into the abyss. But then the episode kicks in, quicker than I can remember any episode of Pretty Little Liars kicking in, and A attacks the van, drugs the girls and takes them to his own makeshift dollhouse.

"The Inner Light" is the 125th episode overall and the 25th and penultimate episode of the fifth season of the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. The episode was written by freelance writer Morgan Gendel based on his original pitch. It was partly inspired by the Beatles' song "The Inner Light", written by George Harrison and based on verses in the Tao Te Ching. Gendel is credited as writer of the story and co-writer of the teleplay with Peter Allan Fields. It was first broadcast on June 1, 1992.

The episode is widely considered by critics and fans as one of the best episodes of the entire Star Trek franchise.[1][2][3][4] In 1993, "The Inner Light" won the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation. The flute melody, featured prominently in the episode, was composed by Jay Chattaway and has since been re-arranged for a full orchestra.[5] The episode has also been cited as a favorite by members of the show's cast and crew.[6]

Morgan Gendel named the episode after "The Inner Light", a song written by George Harrison and released by the Beatles as the B-side of their 1968 single "Lady Madonna". The lyrics of Harrison's song were based on the 47th chapter of the Tao Te Ching, which reads:

The brass Ressikan flute resembles, and has a similar sound to, a penny whistle or a tin whistle. It is considered a lasting reminder of Picard's virtual life on the planet throughout the rest of the series. Picard's flute could occasionally be seen in its box sitting on his desk. It plays a role in the episode "Lessons" where Picard develops a romantic relationship with a stellar cartographer assigned to the Enterprise, Nella Daren, an accomplished pianist who encourages his musical side and with whom he performs a duet version of the "Inner Light" theme.[8] Earlier in the sixth season, a scene shows Picard practicing Mozart on the flute in the beginning of "A Fistful of Datas". Its final appearance was in a deleted scene from Star Trek Nemesis; Lieutenant Commander Data picks it up and examines it while discussing human life with Picard. The original placement of this scene was to have been immediately following the wedding ceremony shown in the opening scenes. The simple theme that Picard plays on the flute was later developed into a full orchestral suite for the 30th anniversary of Star Trek.[9]

This episode won the 1993 Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation.[14] The award was given at the World Science Fiction Convention in San Francisco. "The Inner Light" was the first television program to be so honored since the Star Trek: The Original Series episode "The City on the Edge of Forever" won in 1968. The other Hugo Award-winning Star Trek episodes are "The Menagerie" (the only two-part episode of the original series) and "All Good Things..." (the series finale of The Next Generation).

The episode is the favorite episode of actor Patrick Stewart,[17] who played Captain Jean-Luc Picard. Star Trek writer Susan Sackett notes that it is also her favorite episode even though it is not one she wrote.[18] "The Inner Light" was ranked among the top five episodes in a "viewers' choice" marathon that was broadcast just before the premiere of the series finale. IO9 ranked "The Inner Light" as the 8th best episode of all Star Trek episodes up to 2011.[19]

Variety called it the best Star Trek: The Next Generation episode.[20] The Hollywood Reporter ranked "The Inner Light" as the 4th best Star Trek episode of all 700+ episodes in 2016.[21] The flute solo, composed by Jay Chattaway was noted as one of the famous pieces of music from Star Trek.[22]

In 2015, The Hollywood Reporter noted this episode's presentation of Picard remembering his probe-life and quietly playing the Ressikan flute in his cabin as one of the top ten "most stunning" moments of Star Trek: The Next Generation.[23]

In 2018, Popular Mechanics listed "The Inner Light" as one of the top 12 episodes for the Jean-Luc Picard character.[31] The episode was noted as not having a traditional villain, rather it was more of a misunderstanding between two cultures as Picard was forced to live an entire life in the space of a few minutes of normal time.[32]

In 2020, The Digital Fix said this was the second best episode of Star Trek:The Next Generation, calling it a "rich, powerful, piece of storytelling" and praising Patrick Stewart's acting as Picard contending with an experience outside his usual job of Starship captain.[36]

In 2021, Robert Vaux writing for CBR, highlighted this episode among a trio of season five episodes (along with "The Perfect Mate" and "Darmok") that Patrick Stewart really shined in. He points out the episode is "widely cited as one of the best Trek episodes of any kind."[37]

Stop, Time (時よ止まれ Toki yo Tomare) is the 25th episode of the Ao no Exorcist anime overall and of the first season. It is also the final episode of the first season. It first aired on October 2, 2011.

For international viewers, Crunchyroll is simulcasting the series. The episode with English subtitles should be available around an hour and a half after its release in Japan. In the United States, the corresponding schedule would be:

The World Seed (世界の種子, Sekai no Shushi?) is the twenty-fifth and the final episode of the Sword Art Online anime adaptation, as well as the eleventh and final episode in the Fairy Dance Arc. It aired on December 22, 2012.

The episode begins with the sound of Rem calling out to Vash in his dream. Vash then wakes up, asking Rem what she wanted, but the voice stops. Looking around, Vash questions where he is. Then, he gets quick flashbacks of the death of his friend, Wolfwood Wolfwood, and he died of the man he killed, Legato Bluesummers. Vash questions what he's become, very distraught with himself after shooting Legato.

The episode ends with Vash finally realizing what to do when he meets Knives. He thinks that if the person knows what they did was a mistake, they can be forgiven, move on, and become pure again. Vash then decides he's ready to go, taking Wolfwood's punisher along with him.

The GraduatesSeason3Episode25Air dateMay 18, 2006WriterBob DeLaurentisJosh SchwartzDirectorIan ToyntonRatings6.4 MillionDuration44 minutesEpisode GuidePreviousNext"The Man of the Year""The Avengers""The Graduates" is the twenty-fifth episode in the third season of the Fox drama series The O.C.. The episode aired on the eighteenth of May, in 2006.

Several things are overwhelmed in this episode. The Meta-Human Youth Center is overwhelmed by the influx of the 316 meta-teens rescued by the Justice League; Artemis is overwhelmed by her feelings towards Will and Wally, and Conner is feeling overwhelmed by the pressure put on him by Dubbilex to help the alien and meta-human communities. 041b061a72


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