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The seventh season of the animated comedy series Bob's Burgers began airing on Fox in the United States on September 25, 2016, and concluded on June 11, 2017. The season contained 22 episodes.
The 1964 World Series marked a turning point in the history of the game. It was the last Fall Classic for Hall of Fame legends Whitey Ford and Mickey Mantle, the leaders of a New York Yankees club that had won 15 American League pennants in 18 years and 10 world championships.
The power of those Yankees clubs was challenged by a young Cardinals squad in October 1964. St. Louis punched its ticket to the World Series after sitting 6 games back of first place with 12 games left in the regular season.
The Cardinals forced their way back into the pennant race thanks to a heroic effort from their ace pitcher, Bob Gibson. Beginning on Aug. 24, Gibson started 10 games, pitched 87 2/3rds of a possible 90 innings and posted a 1.65 earned-run average.
On the final day of the regular season, with his team locked in a tight contest with the last-place New York Mets, Cardinals manager Johnny Keane brought Gibson on in relief. Pitching on two days rest, Gibson muscled out four innings of two-run ball and led the Redbirds to an 11-5 victory and the NL pennant.
Ball thrown by Bob Gibson for his 3,000th career strikeout, Cesar Geronimo of the Cincinnati Reds struck out in the 2nd inning July 17, 1974 at Busch Stadium - B-389-74 (Milo Stewart Jr./National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)
The Cardinals hitters, led by Hall of Famer Lou Brock and All-Stars Curt Flood and Ken Boyer, did their best to support Gibson. The Redbirds had ran early and often throughout the series, taking advantage of a hobbled Mantle in right field, and in Game 7 they raced out to a 6-0 lead. Now it was up to Gibson and his big right arm to finish the series.
Gibson, who always worked quickly, pitched at an even faster pace in Game 7 so that the Yankees wouldn't notice his fatigue. His teammates said they could hear Gibson grunting with every pitch from the seventh inning on.
Gibson struck out Yankees outfielder Tom Tresh to start the inning before third baseman Clete Boyer launched a homer to left field. With two outs, shortstop Phil Linz homered again to make the score 7-5.
Gibson appeared to be out of gas when Yankees second baseman Bobby Richardson stepped to the plate. Richardson had already set a Fall Classic record with 13 base hits in the series, but Gibson induced him to fly out to second, sealing the championship for the Cardinals.
Shoes worn by St. Louis Cardinals' outfielder Lou Brock during the 1977 season when he surpassed Ty Cobb with his 893rd career steal to become baseball's all time stolen base leader. B-1-78 (Milo Stewart Jr./National Baseball Hall of Fame Library)
The seventh series premiered in the UK between February 03 to 20, 2003 on BBC and was re-shown on CBeebies. In the US, the seventh series was released to home video between 2003 and 2004 but was shown on TV for the first time on PBS between January 01 to March 26, 2005 with later being re-shown on Sprout. In Australia, the seventh series first premiered on the ABC Kids block between January 28 to February 13, 2003.A special was released on home video on March 17, 2003.
1,1_1,1,(hitconfirm)2_1,4- Fast high poking options that let you choose between extra damage (1,4 and 1,1,2) , better frames on block (1,1) , and better frames on hit (1,4). In -10f punishment situations, where you are sure to hit, 1,4 is the best of the 3, as 1,1,2 leaves you at -1f on hit.
2,1_2,1,4- This starts like the aforementioned moves with a high 10f jab, but the 2nd hit is a mid. It also has an optional ending in case the opponent wanted to attack. The 4 will knock the opponent down on counter hit and will allow you to get an extra hit afterwards like a b+3. While this is a noob killer and can mindlessly beat randoms at the initial stages of tournaments, make no mistake- The last part is punishable; Not by blocking, but by sidestepping it, which knowledgeable Tekken players WILL do, so use sparingly.
A curtain spreads to show the eight players, who are facing away from one another, with their eyes closed and their hands on their chests. A light turns on, and everyone puts their right hand up, opens their eyes, and jumps to face each other, then the game begins.
The eight players pass around a Bob-omb. It naturally turns red after a while, and the objective is to prevent the Bob-omb from exploding when it reaches the player. If the Bob-omb explodes in the player's hands, that player and other adjacent players are blasted away. The game thus starts with eight players, then goes down to five, then two, and finally one. The last player standing wins for their team. If the last two players are on the same team, they automatically win.
The winners are shown standing in front of a wall with a picture of a city. After the wall rises and reveals the losers on a lit-up stage behind them, the winners do their victory animations as confetti falls on them while the losers do their losing animations.
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During the most recent Patreon-exclusive episode of the Sibling Rivalrypodcast, cohosts Monet X Change and Bob reviewed the entrance looks and promo looks for each of the eight contestants featured on All Stars 7.
The winner of Drag Race season eight then addressed why she isn't on All Stars 7: "I want everyone to know I was not busy. I literally just did not get a call. They did not reach out to me. So I want everyone to know: I was free as a bird with its tail in the breeze. I was helping Monet get ready, actually."
Many fans were indeed surprised by Bob not being a part of this "all-winners" cast, which features four winners of regular seasons, three All Stars winners, and the first-ever winner of Drag Race UK, The Vivienne. Prior to this confirmation on Sibling Rivalry, she had already suggested that she was as surprised by her exclusion from All Stars 7 as everyone else. In a recent Instagram post (included below), Bob was seen reacting to this season's announcement and side-eying the fact that she isn't in this cast. The season eight winner also tweeted out, "Imagine my shock this morning."
To be fair, Bob was probably well-aware that this "all-winners" season had already been filmed given her close proximity to X Change and the suggestion that she helped the All Stars 4 winner prepare for the competition. Nonetheless, this doesn't change the fact that Bob was apparently not invited to be in it -- something that she can now reveal since the cast has been officially announced.
Following a two-year absence from the series' lead role, Bob is set to reclaim her throne at the helm of the weekly YouTube-based recap show that welcomes past Drag Race contestants as guests to dish on the latest episode's best (and worst) looks, explosive moments, and more. This year, new episodes will premiere Saturdays at noon ET on the RuPaul's Drag Race YouTube channel, with more extra material rolling out on the new Pit Stop TikTok page.
Though Bob has been a regular guest on The Pit Stop's editions spanning season 13, All Stars 6, and season 14, the All Stars 7 installments mark Bob's first time in the host's chair since kiki-ing with the queens over the All Stars 5 competition back in 2020.
Bob joins The Pit Stop just in time to see her longtime Sibling Rivalry podcast cohost and All Stars 4 victor Monét X Change take to the All Stars 7 competition as part of the franchise's first-ever season featuring an all-winners cast.
"Bob has done nothing but help me for all-winners season," she said. "He came over and gave me a little pep talk, right as they were coming over to whisk me away, Bob was at my home speaking gallons of wisdom into me before I left because my sister knows what her friend needs. Because of him, I felt good going into all-winners."
"I still have the sweater that Bob the Drag Queen lovely and graciously got me for my birthday," Monét told EW of the garment that's become a point of contention on their podcast. "Maybe if you guys watch enough all-winners, you might see it on TV."
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Bob, the Pianist , Plumitif (the lyricist) : [singing] He plays the cello beautifully, You play the piano well, But I play games with all the boys, And really give them hell, The black and white notes play as you tinkle the keys, 041b061a72