Observing The Sky http://www.observingthesky.org/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 23:02:55 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.observingthesky.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/observing-the-sky-icon-150x150.png Observing The Sky http://www.observingthesky.org/ 32 32 Miami Dolphins @ Cincinnati Bengals: Tua Tagovailoa set to start at Dolphins quarterback on Thursday night Football | NFL News https://www.observingthesky.org/miami-dolphins-cincinnati-bengals-tua-tagovailoa-set-to-start-at-dolphins-quarterback-on-thursday-night-football-nfl-news/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 17:13:27 +0000 https://www.observingthesky.org/miami-dolphins-cincinnati-bengals-tua-tagovailoa-set-to-start-at-dolphins-quarterback-on-thursday-night-football-nfl-news/

Tua Tagovailoa is set to play despite concerns over back and ankle injuries sustained in Sunday’s win over the Buffalo Bills; watch Miami Dolphins @ Cincinnati Bengals, live on Sky Sports NFL, 1:15 a.m., Friday morning

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Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa led the Miami Dolphins to an undefeated 3-0 start to the 2022 season

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa is set to play in their Thursday Night Football game against the Cincinnati Bengals, despite struggling with a back and ankle injury ahead of the team’s road trip.

Tagovailoa suffered the injuries in Miami’s thrilling victory over the Buffalo Bills last Sunday, while he also briefly left the field after a hit by Bills linebacker Matt Milano in the first quarter with what was originally described by the Dolphins as a head injury.

Head coach Mike McDaniel told reporters after the game that Tagovailoa suffered a lower back injury in the first half, which was exacerbated by Milan’s hit. The NFL confirmed Wednesday that it is conducting a review to find out if the Dolphins followed league concussion protocol when reviewing a possible head injury in Tagovailoa, but added that all indications are. protocol was followed.

Highlights of the Buffalo Bills against the Miami Dolphins in week three of the NFL season.

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Going into a short week for their game against the Bengals, Tagovailoa was initially listed as “doubtful” to play, but NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero reported Thursday that the quarterback will take to the field in Cincinnati unless he’s ready. a setback.

Sophomore star receiver Jaylen Waddle (groin) and New Orleans Saints offseason acquisition offensive tackle Terron Armstead (toe) are also expected to play.

For three weeks, the Miami Dolphins duo of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, along with third-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, were unstoppable.  Here's a look at some of their best games so far.

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For three weeks, the Miami Dolphins duo of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, along with third-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, were unstoppable. Here’s a look at some of their best games so far.

For three weeks, the Miami Dolphins duo of Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle, along with third-year quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, were unstoppable. Here’s a look at some of their best games so far.

‘Tua is playing as well as ever’ | The confidence of dolphins “at the highest”

It’s good news for the Dolphins, who have had a brilliant start to the 2022 season, winning their first three games against the New England Patriots, Baltimore Ravens and Bills to sit as one of only two undefeated teams – with the Philadelphia. Eagles – during the first three weeks.

A big part of that has been success on offense, with Tagovailoa currently ranking first in the league in completion percentage and yards per attempt on passing passes.

Miami Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa had a career-best six touchdowns as he led his team to a sensational win over the Baltimore Ravens.

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Miami Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa had a career-best six touchdowns as he led his team to a sensational win over the Baltimore Ravens.

Miami Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa had a career-best six touchdowns as he led his team to a sensational win over the Baltimore Ravens.

He has 925 yards passed so far this year, to go with eight touchdowns and just two interceptions – 469 of those yards and six of his touchdowns came in a stunning Week Two turnaround victory over the Ravens after the team trailed by 21 points while late in the fourth quarter.

Former NFL quarterback Chris Simms said of Tagovailoa’s start to the season on Professional Football Discussion“He has a lot of momentum.

“He is playing football as well as he has ever played. In key moments and on key games he was special.”

Former Kansas City Chiefs star Dante Hall and NFL Network's Brian Baldinger discuss the Miami Dolphins' impressive 3-0 start to the season.

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Former Kansas City Chiefs star Dante Hall and NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger discuss the Miami Dolphins’ impressive 3-0 start to the season.

Former Kansas City Chiefs star Dante Hall and NFL Network’s Brian Baldinger discuss the Miami Dolphins’ impressive 3-0 start to the season.

Former Kansas City Chiefs receiver and return specialist Dante Hall has also been impressed with what he’s seen from Miami so far this season.

Hall said sky sports“Their mentality is, obviously, ‘we can win no matter what’ – from behind, in tough playing conditions, against the best and most elite quarterbacks.

“Their confidence skyrockets. They find a way to win – and that’s what you have to do in the NFL.”

The trip from Miami to Cincinnati, a great game “in your face”

The latest elite quarterback to face the Dolphins is Bengals signalman Joe Burrow, fresh off of taking the team to the Super Bowl last season.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow took the team to the Super Bowl last season, where they were beaten 23-20 by the Los Angeles Rams.

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow took the team to the Super Bowl last season, where they were beaten 23-20 by the Los Angeles Rams.

But Burrow, who was chosen with the first overall pick in the same 2020 draft in which Tagovailoa was seeded fifth, has endured a rocky start to the season, being sacked 15 times in the first three weeks – the most common in the NFL with Washington commanders – as the Bengals stuttered out of doors.

Cincinnati finally got its first win of the season on the board on Sunday, a 27-12 road win over the New York Jets, and thus represents a stern test of Miami’s still-unblemished record.

Highlights of the Cincinnati Bengals against the New York Jets in week three of the NFL season.

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Highlights of the Cincinnati Bengals against the New York Jets in week three of the NFL season.

“It’s not going to be an easy night [for the Dolphins]“, said Simms.

“The one thing that was lost in the shuffle with Cincinnati, when the offense struggled and couldn’t protect Burrow, their defense was damn good. They can rush the passer, cover the guys and they have speed in the secondary.

“It’s a big ‘in your face’ game. I’m excited for it.

“We know the Dolphins are hot, and the Bengals are fighting to get back to .500 and show they’re Super Bowl caliber again.”

Sky Sports NFL Anchorman Neil Reynolds can also predict trouble for a smashed Dolphins team on Thursday night in Cincinnati.

“The last thing the Dolphins needed after their epic run against Buffalo on Sunday, playing in such scorching conditions, was to travel to Cincinnati to face the Bengals in a short week,” Reynolds wrote in his weekly column.

“I think it will be very difficult for Miami to win this game and I don’t expect them to because of what they went through on Sunday.

“But, if they do, you can certainly call me a believer.”

Watch the Miami Dolphins at the Cincinnati Bengals, live on Sky Sports NFL from 1:15 a.m. in the early hours of Friday morning.

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Exclusive interview with Goncalo Guedes: Wolves winger on Bruno Lage reunion and his adaptation to the Premier League | Soccer News https://www.observingthesky.org/exclusive-interview-with-goncalo-guedes-wolves-winger-on-bruno-lage-reunion-and-his-adaptation-to-the-premier-league-soccer-news/ Thu, 29 Sep 2022 13:30:42 +0000 https://www.observingthesky.org/exclusive-interview-with-goncalo-guedes-wolves-winger-on-bruno-lage-reunion-and-his-adaptation-to-the-premier-league-soccer-news/

At first, Goncalo Guedes refused. Bruno Lage, his coach at the Benfica academy, had offered him a bet during a visit to Madrid for a tournament. He would get a haircut like Cristiano Ronaldo, but only if the young winger had a Mohawk like Mario Balotelli.

Eventually, and much to the amusement of his teammates, Guedes came back with a counter-proposal. He would get the Mohawk, but it would be reversed; shaved down the middle, but with enough on the sides, he hoped, to conceal the damage.

Lage happily agreed and, needless to say, it was Guedes who fared worse, his reverse Mohawk so ridiculous he had no choice but to shave his sides as well.

“I was 14 or 15 but had been brought forward a year, so I was the youngest in the group,” Guedes said. sky sports with a small laugh while remembering the episode. “I was a bit young and crazy. I joked a lot with the manager. After that, we always had a good relationship.”

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FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Wolves’ 1-0 win over Southampton

Guedes then broke into the Benfica first team, then moved to Paris Saint-Germain and then Valencia. But he always kept tabs on Lage’s career. A decade later they are reunited, with Guedes joining Wolves from Valencia for £27.5million in August.

His pre-existing relationship with the manager helped.

“When I was young, the Sir had already won many championships at youth level with Benfica,” says Guedes.

“He also coached my brother, who was a goalkeeper, two years older than me. So I knew him from then on.

“I think the career he’s had shows his level,” he added. “He obviously did very well and reached the Premier League.

“I’m very happy to be here and hope to learn a lot from him.”

Goncalo Guedes was warmly welcomed to Wolves by Bruno Lage
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Goncalo Guedes was warmly welcomed to Wolves by Bruno Lage

Guedes, who scored 11 goals in 36 games for Valencia last season, spoke to Lage at length before making the move. He also chose the brains of the club’s various Portuguese speakers, many of whom he knows well from the country’s national team.

“They told me the Premier League was a completely different league to the others,” he said. “I think anyone who understands and watches football can see that it’s the strongest league in the world.

“That was the main motivation, playing in the Premier League, being in big stadiums where the stands are always full, home and away. It’s just a completely different atmosphere.

“People are…” Guedes pauses as he searches for the right words. “Well, in Spain and Portugal they all talk about ‘football, football, football’ and don’t respect the players so much.

“Here, however, we can walk the streets and, of course, people know who we are. But if we are with friends or family, they respect that. They continue to support us too, even when we lose. .

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FREE TO WATCH: Highlights from Wolves’ 3-0 loss to Manchester City

“Being here, playing in the Premier League, is something I’ve always wanted and enjoy a lot.” Even the weather? “I just put on a jacket,” he said, smiling. “I’m happy with my decision.”

Guedes speaks at Wolves’ training ground ahead of Saturday’s trip to West Ham and he already feels comfortable in his new surroundings. “That side was very easy,” he says. “Of course it helps that there are so many Portuguese players.”

On the ground, however, the process of adaptation has not been straightforward.

The 25-year-old has shown only a glimpse of his considerable talent so far and results have been lackluster, with a win in seven games leaving Wolves 17th in the Premier League table, two points above the relegation zone with only three goals scored.

“I think the team deserves much more than what they have,” Guedes said. “We played very well in some games and had a lot of chances; we just didn’t take them. That comes with hard work, with education, with the belief that the Sir tells us to do.

“I’m sure things will improve and wins will come. Then when things get better collectively, individuals can also show their best, and that’s what we want.”

Goncalo Guedes celebrates with Portugal striker Cristiano Ronaldo after scoring against the Netherlands
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Goncalo Guedes scored the winner for Portugal in the 2019 Nations League final against the Netherlands

For Guedes, the difficult start to the season meant he was left out of Portugal’s final squad to face the Czech Republic and Spain in the Nations League. But, having missed pre-season with Wolves, his disappointment at not receiving a call-up was tempered by the opportunity to spend the international break getting up to speed.

“The last two weeks have been really good for my adaptation. I needed this time to train with the team and better understand our way of playing. I feel better now. I know very well what I have to TO DO.

“I’ve improved a lot and got used to the way we train, the intensity and all those things.

“Of course, going with the national team is a huge source of pride.” Guedes has scored seven goals in 32 appearances for Portugal since making his debut aged 18 in 2015. “But I also understand that there are a lot of players to choose from.

“I have to accept the coach’s decision and work hard to win back my place for the World Cup.”

The hard work is already underway.

Guedes’ attacking qualities – his speed, one-on-one ability and penchant for scoring spectacular goals – are beyond doubt. But it is accepted that his work off the ball needs to improve considerably in the frantic back-and-forth in the Premier League.

Goncalo Guedes sprints ahead of Hugo Lloris (AP)
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Goncalo Guedes sprints past Hugo Lloris against Tottenham (AP)

“The Sir wants me to be able to contribute as much as possible offensively, to have the ball, to get us playing, to receive it inside, to receive it outside, all those things,” he said.

“But above all, and something that I need to improve a lot, is that when I lose the ball, I get it back quickly. I try to change a few things to be able to attack and defend with the same intensity.

“The change in intensity is very important in the Premier League. In Spain you can lose the ball and not be punished because usually the opposition don’t move forward very quickly.

“But here in the Premier League, when you lose him, all the teams want to bring him forward as quickly as possible in order to exploit the available spaces and have a better chance of scoring.

“It means what you do when you lose the ball is much more important.”

Goncalo Guedes (centre) scored and assisted both Valencia goals on Sunday
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Goncalo Guedes impressed during his spell at Valencia

Guedes made 178 appearances in his five seasons at Valencia – “I felt at home there,” he says – and his last was his best yet, largely due to a change in position which saw him move from the flanks to the centre, forming part of a front two with Uruguay international Maxi Gomez.

“Of course, I felt very comfortable in that position,” he says. “But I was not only between. The director, Jose Bordalas, gave me the freedom to move in all directions. It went very well.”

Does he expect the same freedom of positioning at Wolves? They, after all, struggle to score goals.

“Here the system is a little different,” he says. “Of course the Sir has his own idea of ​​how he wants to play, but you have to be prepared to do whatever is asked of you.

“I think he sees me more as a winger, playing on the right or left flank, than a striker, but that’s the position I’ve played for most of my career except for last season, so I’m happy to play there.”

Goncalo Guedes played with Nelson Semedo at Benfica
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Goncalo Guedes played with Nelson Semedo at Benfica

Besides, Guedes is more than capable of providing threat from those areas, cutting inside and heading into the opposition box, and he now has a new target to aim for in Diego Costa, the former Chelsea striker. and Atletico Madrid arriving on a free transfer. earlier this month.

“Diego is a very good person, very cheerful, very funny and very good for a dressing room. He arrived with a good mentality. He wants to work, and with his experience in the big clubs and the quality he has, he can helps us a lot.

“He’s progressing well and that’s good news for us because he’s a player who we know can do a lot of damage if he gets back to his normal form. We have to help him so he can give us his best level and help us as much as possible on the pitch.

“We have a very good team in general,” he added. “We had a few injuries that hurt us, but things will improve when more players are at 100%. I’m sure we’ll start to climb up the rankings.”

Older and wiser than he was at Benfica, Guedes is also sure he won’t be accepting any more bets from Lage any time soon. “My aim is to get as many goals and assists as possible,” he said with a smile. “But above all I want to help the team. That’s the most important thing.”

Watch West Ham vs Wolves live on Sky Sports Premier League from 4.30pm on Saturday; kick off 5:30 p.m.

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Viewers see a line of lights moving across the sky in central Pennsylvania https://www.observingthesky.org/viewers-see-a-line-of-lights-moving-across-the-sky-in-central-pennsylvania/ Tue, 27 Sep 2022 22:21:00 +0000 https://www.observingthesky.org/viewers-see-a-line-of-lights-moving-across-the-sky-in-central-pennsylvania/ YOU WATCH WGA L NEWS 8 ARE A LOT YOU. I REPORTED THIS LINE OF WHAT YOU SEEN IN THE SKY AS IT HAPPENED YESTERDAY. WELL, THESE LIGHTS WERE SEEN NEAR JUPITER, AND WE ARE NOT ANOTHER FALCON NINE LAUNCH, BUT THEY ARE CONNECTED TO SPACE X. WHAT YOU SEE IS A GROUP OF STARLINK SATELLITES. SO THERE IS AN EXPLANATION TO THIS. THERE ARE 3000 IN RIGHT ORBIT. BRINGING BROADBAND I

Viewers spot a line of lights moving across the sky in central Pennsylvania

WGAL received multiple reports of people seeing a line of lights moving across the sky on Monday evening. as it moved towards the horizon. It was a straight line, white and luminous. We were so amazed that no one thought to take a picture. , I was caught off guard when I saw this long line of lights moving rapidly across the sky but not at lightning speed. Some were in a tighter group of the line and (there were) gaps as well.” What were the lights? It’s likely that the lights were a network of satellites called Starlink, which is operated by SpaceX. The satellites offer high-speed internet access to countries around the world. There are more than 3,000 Starlink satellites orbiting the earth right now, according to Wikipedia. findstarlink.com lets you track where the satellites are and when you might find them According to the site, the satellites were visible over parts of the Susquehanna Valley around 8:30 p.m. Monday. Video below: Starlink passes overhead earlier this year.

WGAL received multiple reports of people seeing a line of lights moving across the sky on Monday evening.

Viewer Theresa Kell emailed us saying, “Last night as we were looking at Jupiter a beautiful string of lights appeared moving north. were so amazed that no one thought to take a picture. What was that?”

Another viewer, Kristine Moore, wrote: “As I approached my building I was taken aback to see this long line of lights moving rapidly across the sky but not at lightning speed. Some were in a tighter group in the line and (there were) gaps too.”

Some News viewers spotted a line of lights in the sky on x20;Monday night.

A News viewer took this photo of a line of lights in the x20;sky on Monday night.

What were the lights?

It’s likely the lights were a network of satellites called Starlink, which is operated by SpaceX.

Satellites provide high-speed Internet access to countries around the world.

There are more than 3,000 Starlink satellites orbiting Earth right now, according to Wikipedia.

A website called findstarlink.com lets you track where the satellites are and when you might see them. According to the site, the satellites were visible over parts of the Susquehanna Valley around 8:30 p.m. Monday.

Video below: Starlink goes overhead earlier this year.

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Uncle Jack Charles, The Declaration of Uluru, Angela Bishop https://www.observingthesky.org/uncle-jack-charles-the-declaration-of-uluru-angela-bishop/ Mon, 26 Sep 2022 22:11:11 +0000 https://www.observingthesky.org/uncle-jack-charles-the-declaration-of-uluru-angela-bishop/

Media Affairs

State Funeral Service for Uncle Jack Charles

The Government of Victoria has announced a state funeral service for the deceased Uncle Jack Charlesreports Television tonight.

It will be held at Hamer Hall at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, October 18, 2022.

Uncle Jack died earlier this month, with a long list of screen credits including Cleverman, Who Do You Think You Are?, Yokayi Footy, Preppers, Outback Back, Dark Comedy, Rosehaven, Grace Beside Me, Fancy Boy, Rake, Wolf Creek, Gods of Wheat Street, Trouble, Woodley , We can be Heroes, Women of the Sun, Rush, Ben Hall and Blackfellas movies, Mystery Road, Panand The song of Jimmy Blacksmith.

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See also: Australian screen legend Uncle Jack Charles has died aged 79

Netflix settles copyright lawsuit over ‘The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical’

Netflix is ​​no longer pursuing copyright lawsuits against the creators of Bridgerton’s Unofficial Musicalreports The Hollywood Reporter Winston Cho.

Emily Bear and Abigail Barlow, the musical’s creators, and the streamer have reached an agreement to resolve the lawsuit after the duo canceled a Sept. 20 performance of the musical at London’s Royal Albert Hall, according to a court notice filed Friday. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

In July, Netflix sued for copyright infringement over a for-profit broadcast at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. He claimed that Bear and Barlow went ahead with the performance despite repeated warnings that it was unauthorized, calling their work a “gross violation of intellectual property rights” as part of an effort “to build a brand for themselves.” international”.

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TikTok could face a £27m fine for failing to protect children’s privacy

TikTok faces a £27million fine for failing to protect children’s privacy, the UK’s data watchdog says, reports The gardians Marc Sweney.

An investigation by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) found that the video-sharing app may have breached data protection law between May 2018 and July 2020.

The ICO has issued TikTok with a “notice of intent”, a precursor to the imposition of a potential fine, which could be as high as £27million.

If TikTok were to be fined that amount, it would be the largest in ICO history, surpassing the record £20m handed to British Airways two years ago after an incident in 2018 that saw the personal data of more than 400,000 customers compromised by hackers.

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Television

Uluru Declaration Leaders Launch TV Commercial First

Creating a referendum education campaign in which First Nations leaders and communities urge Australians to support a First Nations voice in parliament is not a typical ad agency brief, News Corp reports. Pippa’s Rooms.

Four years of preparation and a rigorous and respectful learning process later, and The Uluru Statement from the Heart’s History is Calling ad campaign was born.

As Monday marks the launch of the TV ad component, the visually bold and bright creative was first rolled out in print, radio and out-of-home advertising across all states beginning in May this year.

Teacher Megan DavisCobble Cobble Woman, Balnaves Chair in Constitutional Law and co-chair of the Uluru Dialogue, said The growth program that the lengthy campaign process was a major learning curve at all levels.

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Ofcom investigates Sky News UK over confusion over Chris Kaba protests

Sky News UK is being investigated by the media regulator after it wrongly suggested that a protest march against the police shooting of chris kaba was a crowd of mourners Queen Elizabeth IIreports The gardians Jim Waterson.

Thousands of people protested in central London on September 10, five days after a Met firearms officer shot Kaba, 24, who was unarmed, after a chase in the south of London. Among the protesters were Labor MPs Diane Abbott and Bell Ribeiro-Addy and the musician Storm.

Sky News was broadcasting footage from its helicopter of royal mourners in central London when the camera zoomed in on the protest march approaching Trafalgar Square. Despite some members of the group carrying Black Lives Matter banners, the Sky News presenter Sarah Jane Mee mistook them for royal well-wishers heading to Buckingham Palace.

Speaking of the footage, she said: “Look at that, look at the crowd of people coming down…they’re going up the mall, and what a walk there is.”

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Angela Bishop, from Bold & Beautiful to Breaking News

The life of an entertainment editor is rarely boring but not even Angela Bishop could have predicted last month, having gone from red carpets to an appearance on Bold & the Beautiful to live reporting from the Queen Elizabeth II Funerals, reports Television tonight.

The 10 reporter was in the US covering the MTV Music Video Awards when she visited the Bold and beautiful studio.

Bishop is a longtime friend of the show, covering it for three decades after Robert Mitchumthe granddaughter of, Carrie Mitchumand John Waynethe grandson of, ethan wayneflew out for a launch party at a boutique in Double Bay.

Legendary producer and co-creator Bradley Bell even created a character for her, “JJ”, with cameos filmed in 2017 and 2018.

“I did a report on Love glory and beauty very shortly after its launch in Australia and I knew Katherine Kelly Langand John McCook for this duration. So I think they treat me like family, which is really sweet. I hadn’t seen them all for that since COVID. I did zoom interviews and stuff, so when they said, ‘We’d love to have JJ,’ I was just thrilled.”

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