‘Euphoria’ Trailer Teases Rue’s Sad Christmas Without Jules

Blue Christmas? The first look at Euphoria’s special episode promises a rough time for Zendaya’s Rue Bennett.

The Emmy-winning actress, 24, teased the new episode on Monday, November 30, via social media, alongside a trailer for part one of the Rue-centered episodes. “Rue: Part 1 December 6th 9pm,” she captioned the tweet.

The two new episodes will both focus on Rue. Part one titled, “Trouble Don’t Last Always,” will drop on Sunday, December 6, and will pick up where the season 1 finale ended.

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The trailer for the new chapter (which takes place during Christmas) begins with Rue sitting in a diner in her iconic maroon hoodie, looking outside longingly as Otis Redding’s “Cigarettes and Coffee” playing in the background.

There are also clips from her last encounter with her girlfriend, Jules (Hunter Schafer), from season 1, when the pair were prepared to leave high school for the big city. In the teaser, however, Rue does not board the train and instead stays behind as Jules heads out on her own.

The choice to say behind leads to a downward spiral for Rue. “Maybe I deserve it,” she says in a dazed state, after going back to drugs and battling internally with her decision to leave Jules.

Her sadness is briefly interrupted by Ali (Colman Domingo), who snaps her out of her fog by saying, “Rue, why’d you call me?” while sitting in front of her in the diner.

The new episodes come less than three months after Zendaya made history in September as the youngest star to win the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her role in the HBO hit.

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‘Euphoria Part 1: Rue’ key art. HBO

“To the incredible cast and crew of Euphoria, I’m so lucky to go to work with you every day, and I’m inspired by everything you do,” the former Disney Channel star said at the time. “I know this feels like a really weird time to be celebrating, but I just want to say that there is hope in the young people.”

Euphoria will return on HBO on Sunday, December 6, at 9 p.m. for the first special episode. The second episode has yet to receive a release date.

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Jaime Harrison Mocks “Sad” Lindsey Graham for Ducking Latest Debate

There are a lot of things going wrong for Lindsey Graham right now. The South Carolina senator has been getting crushed fundraising wise and has taken to regularly begging for donations on Fox News.

Graham is also up against a really tough challenger in Jaime Harrison. And Harrison has been getting under the senator’s skin in the worst way.  The democratic challenger when viral during their first debate when he brought his own plexiglass divider.

The men were set to debate again tonight. Graham decided not to participate. The incumbent senator has decided that it is more important to be in Washington DC to concentrate on the Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination process.

Harrison wasn’t about the let Graham live the decision down. He told SiriusXM’s Laura Coates:

“This is probably the most historic Senate race in the history of this state, and to have Sen. Graham ducking and dodging [the debate] is really sad, but it’s a testament to who he is. He believes that he represents the interest in Washington, D.C., instead of representing the interests of the people in South Carolina. And that’s why he’s on the verge of getting that one-way ticket back home.”

The challenger continued, “We are building something because we are focusing like a laser on the people in the state. As I said so many times on this campaign trail, we’re about to close the chapter on the old South and write a brand new book called the new South, one that is bold, that is inclusive and diverse.”

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Vicki Gunvalson’s Daughter Says Her Mom’s ‘RHOC’ Exit Is ‘Very Sad’

Vicki Gunvalson Daughter Says Her Mom RHOC’ Exit Is Very Sad
Vicki Gunvalson and Briana Culberson. Courtesy of Ryan Culberson/Instagram

Daughter-mother solidarity! Briana Culberson thinks it’s “very sad” that mom Vicki Gunvalson is leaving The Real Housewives of Orange County but appreciates the “wonderful journey.”

Culberson, 32, sounded off on the news via Instagram on Sunday, January 26, after another user posted a comment on one of her husband’s uploads. “Wishing Briana would make a statement regarding the show!” the user wrote on Ryan Culberson’s photo of the couple in North Carolina.

Briana replied: “I’m not really a ‘statement’ kind of girl, but I will say that it’s very sad and the end of a wonderful journey for my mom. We’ve had a lot of fun as a family on the show and I’m very proud of her and love her. Her absence will be significant and she will be very missed on the show.”

Gunvalson, 57, bid farewell to RHOC in an Instagram post on Friday, January 24. “I will always be the OG of the OC, but it’s time to say goodbye to The Real Housewives of Orange County,” she wrote at the time. “It’s been an incredible ride for 14 years and I want thank all of you for your support, for your love and for ‘whooping it up’ with me along the way.”

She went on: “I’ve been working on new projects that will be exciting, empowering and inspirational,” she explained. “My podcast with Westwood One will be launching soon and I will have much more to say about this on ‘Whoop it up with Vicki’ . I hope you will join me with my new journey so please stay tuned.”

Gunvalson exclusively explained to Us Weekly she left because she and Bravo were “unequally aligned,” and a source told Us that she wasn’t asked to return to RHOC. “She made it very clear that she wouldn’t come back as a friend so they wouldn’t try to offer her that again,” the source added.

The reality star came under fire during the season 14 reunion in December 2019 after she called out costar Braunwyn Windham-Burke for kissing Tamra Judge.

On Sunday, January 26, the businesswoman agreed with a Twitter fan who observed that Andy Cohen didn’t have her back during the reunion. “No HE didn’t! Very telling to say the least,” she wrote back. “Shouldn’t have stayed as long as I did.”

In a separate tweet, Gunvalson wrote, “The show was going down a very bad path. I’m feee [sic] now to do what I want!”

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Trump calls impeachment vote ‘sad,’ would not mind long impeachment trial

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump dismissed the impeachment process against him on Friday as a hoax and said he would not mind a long trial in the U.S. Senate, saying he wanted to see the whistleblower whose complaint led Democrats to launch the inquiry.

Speaking to reporters at the White House after the House of Representatives Judiciary Committee approved two articles of impeachment against him, Trump decried the process as a “sham” and said Democrats were trivializing impeachment.

“It’s a very sad thing for our country, but it seems to be very good for me politically,” Trump said, arguing that his poll numbers had increased.

“Impeachment is a hoax. It’s a sham,” he said.

The president said he was open to a short or long process in the Senate, which is expected to hold a trial in January.

“I’ll do whatever I want. … So I’ll do long or short,” Trump said. “I wouldn’t mind a long process, because I’d like to see the whistleblower, who’s a fraud.”

The president, who has repeatedly argued that he did nothing wrong during a July call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy in which he pressed Ukraine to investigate Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden, said that using the impeachment process against him was not good for the United States.

“There was nothing done wrong. To use the power of impeachment for this nonsense is an embarrassment to this country,” he said.

Reporting by Jeff Mason; editing by Jonathan Oatis

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‘Sad that it’s come to this:’ Sheboygan family gets hate mail over President Trump flag

SHEBOYGAN — On a block filled with holiday cheer, hate found it’s way to the front porch of a Sheboygan home.

Helen Powers didn’t even have to open the envelope to know she wouldn’t like what was written inside.

Addressed with a vulgar word, the first of many included in the letter written by someone claiming to be a neighbor.

“I was thinking ‘How could someone be so hurtful and hateful,'” Powers said. “And actually physically mail it.”

The letter’s author wrote:

I see from your flag outside you hate America. And will do anything to kill it.

Referring to a President Donald Trump re-election flag Powers had put up a day earlier.

“To take the time to actually mail it,” Powers said. “Why? Over a flag.”

The letter went on to say that the family should go back to where they came from and that the writer is not one of the family’s “nazi friends”. It ends with: “get the (expletive) out”.

“It’s just not right,” said Glenn Powers.

Helen and Glenn Powers

Sheboygan police tell FOX6 News that they are investigating, but it’s not clear if the author committed a crime. Even if it’s not illegal, the Powers say the letter and its author crossed a line.

“I would say everybody has gone way too far, way over the edge and that’s for sure,” Glenn Powers said.

The Powers’ flag is still flying outside their home. They refuse to take it down — standing by their beliefs and their candidate, no matter what their neighbor has to say.

“It’s sad that it’s come to this,” Helen Powers said. “We are just regular people.”

The police officers who patrol the Powers’ neighborhood are aware of what happened. The Powers have also taken extra precautions to protect their home — and their flag.


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‘You Feel A Lot At Once, Joyful And Sad’: A Military Family Is Together For Thanksgiving – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – The sacrifices of service aren’t just in battle. But for families back home, there are no silver stars.

“Until you’ve been gone for all these holidays, you kind of take ’em for granted, right?” Major Justin Bradshaw said.

Justin and Elizabeth Bradshaw were newly engaged when he first deployed in 2009. It would be their first, although not their last, year without holidays together.

“We got engaged about 6 weeks before he deployed to Iraq,” Elizabeth said.

Then in 2018, only weeks before Thanksgiving, Justin would be sent off again, only this time to Kuwait, along with the 34th Infantry Division Red Bulls.

“She really enjoyed the responsibility of feeding Selby every morning,” Elizabeth said, while handing her daughter Piper the dog dish.

The couple’s 3-year-old took over one of daddy’s chores while he was away. Elizabeth said it was a struggle as a single parent but received a lot of help from family, friends and neighbors.

“It’s complicated, because you feel a lot at once, like joyful and sad. That can be hard to deal with around the holidays,” Elizabeth said.

Last May, we caught up with Major Bradshaw at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. We would present him with a video from home made by Elizabeth and Piper. Bradshaw was moved to tears, watching the two dance and hearing their sweet messages of love and longing.

“I think the biggest thing is knowing you are missing things that are yet to come,” Justin said.

After returning home in July, the Bradshaws are family once again.

Above their kitchen sink is a simple saying: “The fondest memories are made when gathered around the table.”

This Thanksgiving day, their table will once again be complete.

“To have missed a couple of Thanksgivings and a couple of Christmases throughout my military career, you definitely don’t take them for granted and want to remember the service members that are still deployed,” Justin said.

Because sacrifices aren’t just made by those in uniform.

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