[S6E13] Black Helicopters
While drinking in the alley, a Chinook Helicopter passes by and Bill informs the that war games are in progress but he can't participate because he's just an army barber. The next day as Bill is cutting a soldier's hair, his hand cramps up. He's diagnosed as having Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and the doctor orders him to stop cutting hair for a while which upsets Bill because barbering is all the Army will let him do. As the doctor leaves, he drops Bill's charts. He tries to read it but a majority of the information is censored with black markings. Bill soon asks if it is unusual to find his information censored, with Dale explaining it is a government cover-up; However, Hank explains it is for precautions and states that the information can simply be requested. Impatient, Dale decides to sneak into the military base himself to access Bill's files. But as he finds out about the files, he is shocked to see his findings and takes photos.
[S6E13] Black Helicopters
Markham sends Boon, with Loretta as a guide, off to meet with Zachariah to get his money. "Make sure you get all of it," he tells them, "then kill him!" The gunman tips his black-hat in acknowledgement and leaves.
With helicopters overhead, Rachel, Tim, Costanza and others take the door to Grubes' cabin. After a quick search of the location, as Boyd watches from higher ground, they find Grubes' shallow grave and Zachariah's blown-up body. Costanza spots Boyd taking off up the mountain. "We got a runner!" he hollers, and at rifle distances, there is a fusillade of pistol fire as Boyd keeps running. As he gets to a ridge, tracking dogs and a sizable group of marshals, guardsmen and sheriffs behind him, Boyd ducks behind a rock outcropping to begin lighting the fuses of some of Zachariah's dynamite sticks and tossing them one by one at the pursuers closing in.
Then there are helicopters overhead, and Boyd is marched out in custody of the police as Ava sits handcuffed in the front seat of a Marshal's Crown Vic sedan. Tim tells Rachel and Raylan that they'd been out to Compass Rock but there was no sign of Boon or Loretta. Rachel decides that she's the one that'll drive the prisoner Boyd. Art comes along and shows Raylan a duffel with some stacks of money in it, and say that Ava wasn't very forthcoming when he asked her about the rest. "It's a long way to Lexington," Raylan says, handing the bag back to Art. "I'll see what I can do."
After black marketers hijack the 4077th's supply of hydrocortisone, Hawkeye and Trapper concoct a deal with a local black marketer, Charlie Lee, to get some more. The catch: Henry's antique oak desk, which they must trade in order to get some of it. Margaret and Frank become suspicious about their plotting, and about the Koreans who come to check out the desk, which is whisked away by chopper as Henry and Frank watches in disbelief.
Billy Tyler, a young black sergeant, is brought into camp with a bullet wound in the leg. He is a football player, and when he discovers that his leg has been amputated, he wants to die. After talks with Radar, Billy agrees that he must live on.
Heavy casualties are arriving, creating severe problems for the M*A*S*H unit because they are nearly out of Pentothal. Mulcahy takes up a collection from everyone - including a case of wine from Charles' private supply - and he and Charles take the jeep to make a trade with the black marketers for Pentothal.
Charles has a serious toothache, but hates the thought of having anything done about it. The doctors suspect prejudice when an inordinate number of black casualties are brought in from a single unit, led by Major Weems.
There was something about that final scene. Kim (Rhea Seehorn) and Jimmy (Bob Odenkirk) sharing one last cigarette in the prison meeting room, film noire bands of light and shadow cascading down around them. Everything black and white save for the flame of that shared cigarette, passed back and forth like a kiss, drawing us back to their strange romance that kindled, in fits and starts, all the way back in Season 1.
Who else would have helicopter pilots at their beck and call? Who else would have the stockpiles of fuel necessary to keep helicopters flying, when other regions have exhausted their available resources? Who else would have the doctors, and facilities, and equipment necessary to save Rick? Who else would have that much supplies to give Jadis over what seem to be years of the apocalypse? Who else would fly around in black helicopters collecting people, yet not, apparently, for sketchy purposes?
During the Crepe Challenge, Tennille faced up against Andy on the lunch round, and made a pepper jack bacon, shrimp, and black bean salsa crepe. It was too spicy for Ramsay and Jean-Philippe to handle, and she lost the round to Andy. Despite that, the red team won the challenge 3-2, and they were rewarded with a full French experience, which included mime lessons, and lunch at La Cachette.
When both teams got the chance to create their menus, Tennille's suggestion on Asian salad and blackened sea bass was not well received by Ariel and Sabrina, as they felt that they were not fine-dining dishes. After Sabrina openly mocked her salad in front of Ramsay, she got angry and felt that she was getting thrown under the bus no matter what she would do, which led her to snap at Ariel.
Tennille returned in Season 9 to compete against the current final five black jackets, along with other returning chefs such as Ben (Season 5), Van (Season 6), Jillian and Trev (both from Season 8). When Elise claimed she was ready to shine, she hoped the former had a body bag. 041b061a72