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PAGE 10 POST-GAZETTE, OCTOBER 7, 2016 [iiii! i SCORPION (6-DVD) CBS DVD + Paramount America's favorite misfit ge- niuses are back! Elyes Gabel stars as Walter O'Brien, the leader of Scorpion, a team of prodigies who use their intellect to solve the world's deadliest problems. Also starring Robert Patrick as tough-as-nails Home- land Security Agent Cabe Gallo, and Katharine McPhee as Paige Dineen, a former waitress who interprets the "normal" world for the team, while they help her understand her withdrawn, ge- nius son Ralph (Riley B. Smith). Together, the quirky master- minds have found the perfect job: a place where they can ap- ply their exceptional brainpower to solve the nation's crises while also helping one another learn how to fit in. 2 BROKE GIRLS: FIFTH SEASON (DVD) Warner Bros. Home Ent. Brooklyn diner waitresses and besties Max (Kat Dennings) and Caroline (Beth Behrs) return for more outrageous escapades as they continue trying to make their mark in the cupcake biz. Deciding they need to branch out, the business partners get busy planning on birthing the next big idea, while Sophie and new hubby Oleg get even busier planning on birthing a baby. Earl and Han keep the diner buzzing with banter, and Hol- lywood gets wind of Caroline's riches-to-rags story, and the duo fly to L.A. for a fabulous visit. Will the girls return to Brooklyn and find success with cupcakes and cocktails? Season Five has 22 sweet and seriously hilarious episodes. BARBARIANS RISING (Bln-ray) Lionsgate + HISTORY Barbarians Rising tells the epic story of the rise and fall of the Roman Empire from the per- spective of the barbarian lead- ers who brought it down. The "barbarians" were savage tribes beyond the fringe of civilization -- some of the fiercest warriors in history, men and women who rose up against absolute power so they might live free or die. Through dramatized portrayals of barbarian icons -- including Hannibal, Spartacus, Arminius, Boudica and Attila-- with com- mentary by an eclectic group of experts and contributors, this four-part docudrama reveals the true story of a 700-year fight for freedom that would shape the world to come. HAWAII FIVE-O: SEASON SIX (6-DVD) CBS DVD + Paramount The heat's on as the Hawaii l ve-O team takes on some of the Aloha State's most notori- ous and baffling criminal cases involving murder, the Mob, espionage, and kidnapping. With McGarrett and Danny at the helm, the team interrogates members of a renegade stunt- bikers gang, pursues a rogue Russian spy with access to NSA secrets, and partners-with an autistic child in a murder in- vestigation. Chin and Kono are held at gunpoint by two killers who don't know they're cops, and Grover and his family are haunted by a 15-year-old Mob investigation. Catherine returns to the islands and McGarrett prepares to take their relation- ship to the next level. POWER RANGERS: DINO CHARGE, Vol. 4, RISE (DVD) Lionsgate Home Ent. In this spooktacular Hallow- een edition, the Power Rangers rise and take action and excite- ment to the next level as Tyler and Ivan put their differences aside to defuse a bomb; Chace races to free his friends from an underground tomb; Prince Phillip learns that he can't buy his way into the Power Rangers; and Riley and Koda restore the team's broken bonds of friend- ship in these dynamic, thrill- filled adventures. All on four episodes -- "Sync or Swim," "True Black," "Rise of a Ranger," and "No Matter How You Slice -It." Plus a bonus Halloween special -- "The Ghostest with the Mostest." THE WONDER YEARS: SIXTH SEASON i4-DVD) - L/FE The final DVD installment in the series The Wonder Years: Sixth Season, contains all 22-episodes from Season 6 in their original broadcast ver- sions. One of the most critically lauded sitcoms of the late '80s and early '90s, The Wonder Years captured the angst of growing up in suburban middle- class America in the late '60s, as seen through the life and times of Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage). Audiences eagerly fol- lowed his evolution as a typical teenager who remembered every moment of his transition from childhood with excruciating de- taft and remarkable hindsight. After six Emmy Award-winning seasons, it all comes to a close as Kevin, Paul, and winnie en- ter 11 grade and are growing up -- dealing with sex, lies, and the lure of rock and roU. THE ORIGINALS: THIRD SEASON (DVD) Warner Bros. Home Ent. The Original vampire-were- wolf hybrid, Klaus Mikaelson and his brother Elijah have spent 1,000 years fighting to protect their dysfunctional fam- ily. And now that Klaus and the hybrid Haley share an infant daughter, Hope, the stakes are higher than ever. Season Three finds Klaus and Elijah estranged from each other while adjusting to life with their long- lost sister, Freya. Hayley suffers mightily at the hdnds of Klaus's petty vengeance, while Marcel and Davina rule the city. Cami and Vincent are tangled in a surprising mystery involving the newest resident of New Orleans -- the first vampire ever sired by the Mikaelsons. With threats from the rebellious Strix and a fatal prophecy hanging over the Mikaelsons, all 22 sexy and suspenseful episodes simmer with bloodlust, revenge, and supernatural warfare. HIGHLANDER (DVD) Lionsgate Home Ent. Celebrate the 30th Anniver- sary of the original cult clas- sic that inspired movie and TV franchises -- Highlander. Christopher Lambert and Sean Connery star in this fight-to- the-end battle, as an immortal Scottish swordsman must con- front the last of his immortal opponents, a murderously brutal barbarian who lusts for the fabled "Prize." The time has come, the walrus said, TO TALK OF MANY THINGS of shoes and ships and sealing wax of cabbages and kings by Sal Giarratani STEVE MURPHY STILL RUNNING FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS Back on September 8th, Steve Murphy won the Democratic Primary for Register of Deeds. He will be on the ballot again on Election Day, November 8% and is running against two in- dependent candidates for this county office. Murphy is holding a political fundraiser at Florian Hall in Dorchester on Tuesday, October 11th, because it ain't over until it's over. EVERYONE NEEDS A PAIR OF HAPPY SUNGLASSES I recently purchased a pair of supersized yellow-tinted sunglasses that make every day sunny and bright. Every- one needs a pair of these sun- glasses. They look great, and give you great confidence as you face every day as a sunny one. Bought mine at the Green Cross Pharmacy on Hanover Street. Talking about sunglasses, when I was a bit younger, ev- eryone thought I looked like Tony La Russa, especially when I wore my Oakland Athletics baseball cap. But that was when my hair was very black. Recently, folks said I was look- ing like Rod Stewart with my long salt and pepper hair. Ear- lier this summer, I cut my hair real short for me, and folks said I was a double for George Cloo- ney. I can't stand that actor, so please never call me Clooney. My hair .is long again, doing my best Rod Stewart impression and liking it. HALLOWEEN DISCO BALL Yep, it is almost that time of the year again. Halloween is just around the corner. All you have to do is go shopping, everything is coming up orange. Well, here is some good news for people who want to dance. The upcoming Halloween Disco Ball will take place on Saturday, October 22"d, from 8:00 pm until the stroke of midnight at the Beachmont VFW, 150 Ben- nington Street, Revere, MA. Stevie Ray will host this event. Plenty of Disco and Chinese In attendance at the East Boston Chamber of Commerce Networking Breakfast, L-R: Paul Travaglini, Grace Previte Magoon, Diane Modica, and Thorn DePaulo. takeout as usual. No tickets at Yeah, I know the poop on their door. You need to call Stevie at poop. 781-289-7273. NO TICKETS AT We had no Canadian geese THE DOOR. problems back in the '50s and BIKES IN TUNNELS, '60s, but over time these birds A CLEAR NO-NO must have read all those tour- A recent newspaper story told ist brochures about how great of two folks riding their bicycles Boston is. Once they would fly inside the Tip O eill Tunnel back to Canada when the sum- and the Pru Tunnel. These mer ended and return again in folks had to know what they the spring. Now, these geese were doing is illegal and frankly have become naturalized U.S. quite stupid and dangerous to citizens and stay here. Why we boot. We keep creating more still call them Canadian geese is and more bike paths on our beyond me. Haven't they earned roads to keep cyclists safe, but the name Boston Geese? clearly these folks are mostly Hey, at least no city councilor outlaws. Ninety-eight percent of has suggested open hunting the time, they ride right through season on them. Sometimes I red lights, and will kick up a wonder why poop rises to the storm at a motorist who takes top of the council agenda. Per- a left turn in front of them for haps, because we know most not seeing them. politicians are full of it. Can I tell you in all honesty, EAST BOSTON CHAMBER when I see a news story on a NETWORKING BREAKFAST bicyclist getting killed in traffic, The East Boston Chamber of I often wonder who was really at Commerce held a networking fault for the fatality. It is time for breakfast on September 29~ at bicyclists to obey all the rules the Hilton Garden Inn, where of the road just like motorists a number of small business have to. There are no special owners were in attendance. 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