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Samaritan and the Machine meet via human proxies as the only two of their kind, and discuss their essential differences, disagreeing strongly on whether freewill or firm guidance is more beneficial to humanity. They part with the understanding that Samaritan will seek to destroy the Machine, and Samaritan engineers a general electrical failure across the entire United States to do so. Samaritan operatives capture Shaw, leading to a brief search by Reese and Root before the Machine instructs them to stop. As Finch finishes copying the Machine's core systems into a temporary portable storage system, it apologizes to Finch for its failure to prevent the present situation, expresses concern that it may have made poor choices under unforeseen circumstances and gratitude for its creation, and ceases to function. The team then leaves in order to face more Samaritan operatives, preparing for their last stand.




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Amy Acker commented on her character's feelings for Shaw, "Well... There's definitely a lot of flirtation with Shaw. They're not shying away from that, so that seems to suggest that she definitely likes her. It seems like she's not tied to one gender or the other, but I think her No. 1 crush is definitely Shaw."[28] Sarah Shahi also commented on the same topic, "I think Shaw is starting to agree with that. But because Shaw's country presumed her dead and she kind of had to escape her own 'death', I never pictured it as, 'OK, she's part of a team' but 'She needs extra eyes, ears and hands working to help keep her safe.' She's a lone wolf. Does she have some attachments after all this time? I think the dog, Bear, has become an attachment for her. With Root, even though I agree with Amy and I think that Shaw probably does feel the same, is that anything that would ever keep her there? I don't think so. Even that is something Shaw can walk away from at any time."[29]


Dr. Divya Bheda: And so would you say part of community building or sustaining communities is about that collective action and staying in sustained conversation? So when you have sustained conversation there is, it opens up the door for better collaboration, better collective action. So how would you say for NEean that work has changed?


Dr. Divya Bheda: So I have, uh, just a few more questions for you. So one is, is collaboration possible without community? What are some tools that people can use to build consensus, given your experience?


The reason for the term is that only a schmuck would fall for the setup. You'd have to be pretty naive to think that, say, Sam Malone would leave Cheers forever, or that any one of the main ER doctors might fall prey to some medical malady themselves. And yet these situations set up solid drama for a show, which is why they keep coming back.


But the series has always contained a trace of the idea that Shaw is at once part of the central band of heroes and just a little bit apart from it. Person of Interest has always been fond of breaking apart its usual formulas to pursue episodes that take more experimental bents, yet a great many of these have involved Shaw herself, including the aforementioned introductory hour and a thrilling season four episode, told from the point of view of the Machine, that detailed its desperate attempts to keep her from dying.


This is because of that outsider quality Shaw has, because of the way her borderline sociopathy and easy facility with violence (often on display in "6,741") keep her from entirely blending in even with a rather ruthless band such as this one. Thus, "6,741" avoids feeling cheap (or like schmuck bait) because Shaw is so damned good at what she does that any chance to watch her do her thing feels like its very own special treat. She doesn't seem to have a softer side, and that's why fans love her.


In order to make it to the Elite Eight, the chefs have to battle a surf and turf challenge. The Randomizer has replaced the produce requirement with two proteins. With a set time of 35 minutes, the wildcard is still in play. In some ways, that element change has been a big advantage in this Food Network culinary competition. It has given some chefs an advantage and avoided some precarious food combinations.


For the second battle of the night, Jose Garces took on Eric Adejong. Their ingredients were Arctic Char, lamb loin chops, deli slicer and game day feast. This set of randomizer ingredients might have been a layup for the chefs.


For the third battle of the night, it was a competition of mentor versus student with Adam Sobel taking on Shirley Chung. This battle might have had the most obscure theme, reinvention of a classic dish. Given that the theme could be taken in many directions, the two dishes were quite different. Using calamari, lamb, and pressure cooker, it was hard comparing the two dishes.


For the final battle of the night, Jet Tila took on LeeAnne Wong. While both chefs have experience in these culinary competitions, the Randomizer luck gods were on their side in this round. The required ingredients were yellowfin tuna, veal cutlet, egg poacher and guilty pleasure. Again, nothing too out of the ordinary for these two Asian chefs.


Chef Jet choose to do a Singapore laska. In some surprising commentary, the judges felt that the dish had a lack of seasoning. While it did not have too much fat, the dish could have benefited from a boost of heat, or even salt and pepper. Still, overall, it was an enjoyable dish.


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