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Tailspin Season 2 !!EXCLUSIVE!!

TaleSpin is an American animated television series first aired in 1990 as a preview on Disney Channel and later that year as part of The Disney Afternoon. It features characters adapted from Disney's 1967 animated feature The Jungle Book (namely, some of the film's animals being given an anthropomorphic makeover while the humans are removed), which was theatrically rereleased in the summer before this show premiered in the fall.[2] Namely Baloo the Bear, Louie the orangutan, and Shere Khan the tiger, along with new characters created for the show. The name of the show is a play on "tailspin", the rapid descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral, and on the fact that tale is another word for "story".[3] The show is one of nine Disney Afternoon shows to use established Disney characters as the main characters, with the other eight being Darkwing Duck, DuckTales, Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers, Goof Troop, Bonkers, Quack Pack, Aladdin, and Timon & Pumbaa. It is also one of two animated television series based on the book The Jungle Book, the second being Jungle Cubs.

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TaleSpin is an American animated television series based in the fictional city of Cape Suzette. It first aired in 1990 as part of The Disney Afternoon starring characters from Disney's 1967 animated feature film, The Jungle Book. The name of the show is a play on "tailspin": the rapid, commonly fatal descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral. The two words in the show's name, tale and spin are a way to describe telling a story, i.e. putting a spin on a tale. The show is one of the nine Disney Afternoon shows to use established Disney characters as the main characters, with the others being Darkwing Duck, DuckTales, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Goof Troop, Bonkers, Quack Pack, Aladdin, and Timon & Pumbaa.

This could be a commentary on the experience of having a loved one struggling with alcoholism. There are likely times when we miss that person at their drunken highs, even if we hate their drunken lows. Throughout the first half of Season 2, Cassie seems so deluded that we have to wonder: Why would anyone believe her? Luckily, there are some characters this season who agree with us.

TaleSpin is a half-hour American animated television series based in the fictional city of Cape Suzette, that first aired in 1990 as part of The Disney Afternoon, with characters adapted from Disney's 1967 animated feature The Jungle Book. The name of the show is a play on tailspin, the rapid, often fatal, descent of an aircraft in a steep spiral. The two words in the show's name, tale and spin are a way to describe telling a story.

How does this happen? How does this keep happening? It's just the latest staggering setback in a disastrous debut season for Josh McDaniels in Vegas, but there's no coming back from this one. The Raiders are cooked, done in by their most devastating debacle yet. This was worse than blowing three-score leads against the Cardinals, Chiefs and Jaguars. This was worse than not scoring a single point vs. the Saints. And yes, this was worse than losing to the Colts in Jeff Saturday's coaching debut.

My guy Derek Carr (11-of-20 for 137 yards with zero touchdowns and two picks) was awful. The Raiders' coaching was worse. Davante Adams didn't log a single catch after halftime. How do you not scheme up plays for your best player, Josh? Defensively, Patrick Graham had the Raiders in press-man coverage during the Rams' 98-yard, game-winning drive, a reckless approach that left Mayfield "completely shocked." That pretty much sums up this season in Vegas: completely shocking.

Remember, McDaniels didn't take over this team to execute a rebuild. The Raiders won 10 games and made the playoffs last season. Then they went out and improved the roster with key additions on both sides of the ball. Yet here Las Vegas sits at 5-8, with a 3-7 record in one-score games. Boasting the game's leading rusher (Josh Jacobs), third-leading receiver (Adams) and No. 5 sack artist (Maxx Crosby), the Raiders' roster clearly has talent. McDaniels and Co. simply have failed to maximize it.

Remember when Cleveland blasted Cincinnati 32-13 in the island-game spotlight of Monday Night Football on Halloween night? That season-high scoring output feels like a lifetime ago, with Deshaun Watson managing just three field goals and one touchdown in his first 24 drives as a Browns quarterback. Watson and Co. fell behind 20-3 at Cincinnati on Sunday, recording four three-and-outs in their first six real drives, before ultimately losing 23-10. Nick Chubb could only scrape out 34 yards on 14 carries, averaging a very un-Chubb-like 2.4 yards a pop.

To be fair, the talent discrepancy between New York and Philadelphia was utterly apparent before the Eagles' 48-22 blowout win at the Meadowlands. The Giants just don't have the requisite dudes to hang with their one-loss division rivals at this point. Former general manager Dave Gettleman left the cupboard pretty darn bare for Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen. That's why it was stunning -- and a testament to Daboll's coaching prowess -- when Big Blue started off the season at 6-1. With one win over the past seven weeks, though, the G-Men are barely holding on to the NFC's last wild-card slot. And it's not hard to imagine them losing their grip entirely, given this remaining slate:

That lone home game vs. Indy's obviously a must-win, and maybe the Giants catch a break with the Eagles resting players in Week 18. But New York's first playoff appearance since the 2016 season might just slip away.

Like the Giants, the Seahawks significantly overachieved in the first half of the season, jumping out to a 6-3 mark at the beginning of last month. But they've crashed back to Earth of late, with Geno Smith turning the ball over seven times in the past four games. With the next three contests coming against the 49ers, Chiefs and Jets, the Seahawks are suddenly staring down the barrel of a second straight losing season, something that hasn't occurred since Pete Carroll's first two years on the job.

With Brock Purdy making his first NFL start, and despite the fact that San Francisco lost Deebo Samuel to injury midway through the second quarter, the 49ers destroyed Brady and the Bucs, 35-7. Tampa Bay's quarterback is indeed the greatest of all time, but he's been subpar this season. The Bucs' offensive line has been worse. And Mike Evans hasn't scored since Week 4, with the aforementioned O-line costing him a 68-yard touchdown via a holding penalty on Sunday. Meanwhile, Tampa Bay's defense is an injury-riddled, inconsistent unit.

The only reason these Buccaneers aren't cooked is because they just so happen to play in an embarrassingly bad NFC South. They could win the division with a losing record, but don't expect Brady to provide any postseason magic.

While Herbert dazzled throughout the Chargers' 23-17 win with a season-high 367 yards passing -- breaking Andrew Luck's NFL record for most passing yards in a player's first three seasons with 13,056 -- Tagovailoa turned in what might have been the worst game of his professional career. After going just 3-of-15 in the first half, Tua finished 10-of-28 (35.7 percent) for 145 yards, with 60 of those yards coming on a Tyreek Hill catch-and-jog touchdown where the cornerback fell down. Without Hill's lightning strikes on that play and a wild, 57-yard scoop-and-score, Miami doesn't even come close in this one. It was never really in doubt, anyway -- not with the way Tagovailoa played. And this is a very troubling trend for the Dolphins' quarterback:

What happened to the hallmark toughness of Tennessee? With a chance to snap a losing streak and essentially put the division race to bed, the Titans cowered. Ryan Tannehill was sloppy with two giveaways, and Henry lost his first two fumbles of the season. Tennessee's defense was shredded by Trevor Lawrence (30-42, 368 yards, three touchdowns, plus a rushing score), with Evan Engram enjoying a career day (11/162/2). In a big spot, Vrabel's crew came up small. Quite surprising.

The Giants are back in the playoffs! The Packers are back in the mix! The Jets are back ... in the basement. Adam Schein reveals the biggest winners and losers from the penultimate Sunday of the 2022 NFL regular season.

Who came through with the most heroic performances in the 11th Sunday of the 2022 NFL season? Adam Schein gives credit where credit is due, lauding three quarterbacks, two head coaches, two electric returners and more.

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The 66-year-old actor portrays Yellowstone patriarch John Dutton, a stoic rancher who will stop at nothing to protect his land and his family. At the end of season 3, John's fate lies in the balance after being shot on the side of the road.

Paramount Network finally released the season 4 trailer to tease the all-new season that returns with two episodes on November 7, but fans still don't know if John lives or dies. To add insult to injury, the actor took to Instagram to provide an ominous warning.

Some fans, who have been vocally frustrated with the delayed release of season 4, beg to differ. The first three seasons all premiered in June, so the wait for November has proved interminable. One wrote, "Way past ready. We need answers!!!" Another said, "Well you've sure made us wait long enough ?." One devoted fan said, "Yes, I am ready! I can't wait! I have rewatched all 3 seasons twice!" Another confirms, "I was born ready."

Others, of course, are just excited that their favorite show is returning. One said, "I'm gonna need a work excuse to miss Monday Nov 8th please ?." Another wrote, "I'm gonna need some fortification for this!!" A viewer commented, "Omg last time I looked forward to a new season of show with this much anticipation, people were asking 'Who Shot JR' ?????."

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