Arc Words are not the same thing as a Running Gag, a Catch-Phrase, or even just a phrase that ends up popping up a lot due to being used a lot in the plot.
Ever since Sarah was a young girl, she's had dreams of becoming a successful doctor so that she can save lives and help those in need.
After studying hard and acing her medical exams, Sarah has fi...
A word or phrase that appears throughout an Arc as a Motif.
Arc Words can be a way to hint at the Aesop or one of the themes of a show, often in the form of a question the characters must find an answer to. They're often cryptic, and left unexplained until the Climax or Dnouement.
ESPN has begun making calls to inform talents that they have been laid off.
As we have said before, this news should not be celebrated, and we hope that everyone affected lands on their feet. pic.twitter.com/Jb6o1Jqe TV — Andrew Brandt (@Andrew Brandt) May 1, 2017 Proud of my time at ESPN-Proud of the great ppl there & those like me w a future elsewhere-Proud to soon be mom of 3 w a bright career ahead pic.twitter.com/ABhg JQk Q9f — Jade Mc Carthy (@Jade Mc Carthy) April 26, 2017 I was only at ESPN for 4 years, but they were some of the best of my career. Millions of gamers enjoy the service’s seamless community services, low prices and excellent selection. While I will be keeping my current Steam games (of course) I will no longer be buying products there.This is, at least in the United States, entirely legal.This is a list of people who have announced that they will no longer be working at ESPN: Ed Werder, NFL Reporter Staying on the NFL Draft as my last assignment. My colleagues became best friends & I'll cherish that the most pic.twitter.com/YHZeutah TS — Britt Mc Henry (@Britt Mc Henry) April 27, 2017 Hoped to make ESPN viewers smarter, take them behind curtain of sports biz/law, for 6 years. Thanks to all of the fans and to my entire Sports Center AM crew.pic.twitter.com/gx Ku Uh13ck — Jaymee Sire (@jaymee) April 26, 2017 After 14 wonderful years my time at espn is over. #To The Next Step pic.twitter.com/ZIBHFv FZe J — Brendan Fitzgerald (@Brendan Fitz TV) April 26, 2017 As THR notes, Hannah Storm, Ryen Russillo, and Karl Ravech will all see their roles “significantly reduced.” [UPDATE: Russillo says this story was false, and that he will be working more; Ravech’s was not either.] The story also says that longtime Sports Center anchor John Buccigross, whose deal was coming up, will also be out (and now they amend that to say they are unsure). Greece's economy collapsed in part because they were unable to pay all the debts they owed for hosting the Olympics.