Death NoticeThe Rookie : Season 5 Episode 12 [HOT]
A sub-series labelled The Accident Files begain airing in 2018 and, as of 2023, has aired five seasons consisting of ten episodes per series. This sub-series consists entirely of summarised versions of air disasters previously investigated in the primary Mayday series, but combined based on similarities between the incidents, such as fires or pilot error. Each episode covers three accidents and 15 minutes is dedicated to each of the disasters that are covered.
Death NoticeThe Rookie : Season 5 Episode 12
Season 6 of Mayday is the first Science of Disaster season, consisting of three episodes. With the exception of BOAC Flight 781, all the incidents described in these episodes are summarised versions taken from their respective full episodes from the previous five seasons.
The following table lists the alternative titles used by broadcasters for Mayday, the original Canadian series; Air Crash Investigation, the British and Asia-Pacific (National Geographic Channel) versions; and Air Emergency and Air Disasters (Smithsonian Channel), the American versions of the series. The American column also shows the Smithsonian Channel's season and episode numbers. Episodes are ordered by their production number, and special episodes and spin-offs are italicised.
Originally, Rooster Teeth was going to create a love triangle in which Donut and a mistaken Caboose were two of three participants. However, the armor color change was delayed so much that the creators forgot about this development. Burns mentioned that they tried to exercise some restraint with the armor color jokes when the gag first appeared. In season 2, however, Matt Hullum became more involved as a writer for the series, and, as Godwin noted in an August 2005 interview: "Matt loves a joke, so he definitely ran with it from there but it worked out really well... as Caboose got dumber... they have the two rookies, so the teams mirror each other, but having the character developments go the same direction would be kinda dumb... and to balance it out Donut has to have something." Donut is known for saying ambiguously sexual things, adding to the confusion about his sexuality. Donut often says these things when he is given orders, with his responses either hinting that he is stereotypically homosexual or that he will just carry out the order in a strange way. For example, when told to tie up a prisoner, Donut said he would use his "new handcuffs," and when Doc suggested that they roleplay as a way to resolve conflict, Donut asked to be the police officer. Donut has also embodied some other stereotypes of gay men, such as greatly caring about wardrobe and interior decorating, and scolding people for wearing colors that "don't match."
Rooster Teeth had a plan for Donut from the outset. Early in season 1, fans reacted well to Donut; as a result, Burnie Burns, the main writer for Red vs. Blue, focused the storyline on Donut and Caboose (Joel Heyman), the Blue Team's rookie. Dan Godwin, who recorded his lines alone in his home instead of in the Rooster Teeth studio, contributed to some of the jokes involving Donut's personality by ad-libbing, to the approval of other Rooster Teeth personnel. For example, when Donut accidentally injures himself in Episode 35, he exclaims, "Simmons, I need your ovaries!" The initial script mentioned "bones" instead of "ovaries"; Godwin improvised the change, with positive feedback from the staff. When Donut pretends to be a secret agent in the next episode, Godwin ad-libbed sound effects while recording dialogue involving a "super-spy jet pack".
Donut was briefly voiced by Miles Luna for the original web release of the Season 11 episode S.O.S. for unknown reasons. Godwin returned to voice Donut for the rest of the season and re-recorded the lines when the season was released on DVD.
In his rookie season, Kucks pitched in 29 games, 13 as a starter, and compiled an 8-7 record with a 3.41 ERA. In high school, he had met Barbara Daum, a cheerleader, and they were married on October 6, 1955. Shortly after the wedding the couple joined the Yankees as they visited Japan. The honeymoon began in Honolulu en route to stops in Japan, Okinawa, and Guam, and continued for more than 50 years until Barbara died after a long illness in 2006. They had two daughters, Laura-Jean and Rebecca, and four grandchildren, Kierstin, Kelly, Katie, and Jessica.
Jessica was deemed the weakest chef by the red team, and was forced to participate in the Cook For Your Life Challenge against Richard from the blue team. She was ready to prove the jerks on her team wrong. During the cooking, she was fired-up and confident as she worked with all three of the dishes before. However, Joy dismayingly saw that she added pepper to the risotto and told her to get it together as you do not put something black in a dish that was to be white. Then, she asked the women if she should add wine to her risotto, but the men told her not to ask her teammates as it was against the rules. After, the red team were all dismayed when she dropped the halibut, breaking it apart. Thinking quickly, she put another toast on top and put it back in the oven. Before the judging began, she was freaked-out as she wanted to win bad and refused to go home. She was up first and presented her dishes to Ramsay, before knowing that she had to remain confident for Ramsay. For the scallops, they were cooked beautifully despite having overcooked onions, but for the risotto, it was piled too high as she plated it too high, which Anton took notice. The risotto itself was too dense as it was 30-seconds overcooked, and she left a toothpick on the lobster tail which Richard was shocked over. For the halibut, she explained about the double crust on the halibut, but it was praised for being seasoned beautifully. After, she was relieved, and felt she was going to win. When Richard's risotto was deemed overcooked, she believed that it was his time was done. After Ramsay's judging was over, she felt she should stay as she had a lot of passion. Before Ramsay could announce his, the episode ended as a cliffhanger.
The show is currently airing the fifth season, where Nolan is now himself training a rookie. Additionally, a spin-off entitled The Rookie: Feds was picked up following a two part Backdoor Pilot in the fourth season.
A five-time Mezina Trophy winner, Dryden showed promise as an outstanding goal stopper from the get-go as he would also win rookie of the year honors in the form of the Calder Trophy for his work during the 1971-72 season.
The story of this NFL offseason was teams spending money to build around effective quarterbacks on rookie deals. The Philadelphia Eagles, of course, won the Super Bowl after surrounding Carson Wentz with talent. The Rams loaded up with stars on both sides of the ball to help Jared Goff. The Bears spent big in free agency and then traded for Khalil Mack. The Buccaneers, Chiefs and Titans all handed out big contracts as they built rosters around their young quarterbacks.
Even when you compare him to other rookie-contract quarterbacks, Prescott is a bargain. Wentz's initial rookie contract is fully guaranteed for four years and $26.7 million, for an average of just under $6.7 million per season. Deshaun Watson, taken a year later in the middle of the first round, picked up a four-year, $13.8 million deal, which puts him at $3.5 million per season. Prescott's entire four-year contract pays him only a total of $2.7 million, and most of that wasn't even guaranteed.
There's Prescott, who is in line for an enormous raise. Unless the third-year passer totally falls on his face in 2018, Dallas will almost certainly have to top the five-year, $137.5 million extension the 49ers gave Garoppolo as Jimmy GQ finished the fourth year of his rookie deal. The Cowboys will get a bit of a cap discount by virtue of signing Prescott in advance of the final year of his contract, allowing them to spread the bonus over an extra season, but he's not going to be on the books for the $815,849 he's currently posted at for 2019.
And, just in case you were wondering, there's no strong case to be made against giving Prescott a significant contract extension. Few rookie passers have been more impressive through two seasons. By the adjusted net yards per attempt index (ANY/A+), which accounts for era, he is off to the fourth-best start to a career since the merger, trailing only Dan Marino, Jeff Garcia and Russell Wilson. (Garcia, who spent most of his 20s in the CFL before taking over in San Francisco, isn't even a good comparison.) That metric doesn't even take into account Prescott's impact as a runner, which has seen him rack up 658 yards and 12 rushing touchdowns over the past two seasons.
Likewise, when Prescott has gone without Smith at left tackle, his numbers have declined, but not by an extraordinary margin. With Smith, Prescott has posted a passer rating of 98.4 and a Total QBR of 76.0. Without the left tackle, those marks fall to 82.3 and 70.1, respectively. Compare that to Wentz, who spent most of his rookie season without the NFC's best right tackle, Lane Johnson. With Johnson, Wentz posted a passer rating of 99.1 and a Total QBR of 73.6. Without Johnson? Those numbers fall to 74.9 and 47.7.
The first episode of The Rookie aired on October 16, 2018. Since then, 87 episodes from five seasons have been shown. Most of the feedback has been positive. TVLine says that at the end of 2022, it was the most-watched drama show on ABC. 041b061a72