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The Hills Have Eyes Actor or Crew member This article relates to actors or production crew members pertaining to The Hills Have Eyes film franchise. Prom Night Actor or Crew member This article relates to actors or production crew members pertaining to the Prom Night film franchise.
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In an alternate universe, main universe SpongeBob and Patrick walk by him putting up a sign in Bikini Bottom when Man Ray took over.
Like Squidward, Squilliam is narcissistic and he considers himself to be undeniably handsome, even though he and Squidward (and every other octopus) look alike. Squidward and Squilliam absolutely hate each other because Squilliam brags about everything he succeeds in to Squidward (Which Squidward usually fails in) and is always mocking him for being of a lower class. Christina Gallagher is the former executive assistant to Representative Peter Russo (D-PA) and President Garrett Walker, as well as Russo's former love interest.
An attractive woman in her late twenties, Christina Gallagher was hired by Representative Peter Russo, a divorced father of two, sometime in 2012 to be his executive assistant.
As their private and professional lives overlapped, the two functioned in tandem at work when dealing with Russo's constituency and financial donors from the Pennsylvania's 1st congressional district. Seemingly emotionally fragile and delicate, Christina occasionally displayed insecurity about the level of Peter's commitment as she coaxed him into showing her more affection, reasoning that "it's been six months, it's not an office fling anymore" and seeking to be reassured he's "not going to toss her aside for some slut straight out of Vassar". Putting her concerns over Russo's troubled behaviour aside for the time being, by March 2013 she was still intent on developing their relationship.
Just as Russo seemed to be putting his vices under control, Underwood and Stamper began turning the screws on him even tighter. To make sure Russo got the message, Underwood made an unannounced visit to his apartment the night before the hearing. Caught between a rock and a hard place, effectively forced into choosing between instantly having his congressional career destroyed forever and severely alienating his constituency thus risking re-election, tormented Russo decided to keep mum at the hearing. Returning from the shipbuilders' meeting in Philadelphia, Christina showed up at their apartment later that day only to find Russo's two kids there - thus meeting them for the first time - who didn't know where their father went. After convincing Russo to run for the vacated Pennsylvania governor post and engineering his gubernatorial campaign, Underwood was also able to get Christina to return to Peter. After Peter Russo's death, Christina's way of dealing with the tragedy was making a swift break that included not even going to his funeral. Through her sources at the DCCC, Slugline journalist Janine Skorsky immediately learns of the plans to enter Capra in the race for Russo's seat as well as Capra's trip to D.C.
Seeing Christina as a potential Achilles' heel due to her ability to provide further information that would lead someone to connecting Russo's death with Frank Underwood, Doug Stamper monitors her closely. After flying out to talk to Kapeniak only to find his stripper girlfriend, but nevertheless discovering that Russo paid them a visit on 24 January 2013, Zoe is finally fully convinced of Underwood's scheming when it comes to Russo. Doug Stamper continued his close monitoring of Christina and soon arranged to meet her suspecting she hasn't been completely forthcoming about her contacts with journalists.
As a result, in early November 2013, looking to move Christina out of Barnes', Skorsky's, or Goodwin's reach, Underwood (already tapped for VP at this point) and Stamper got her an interview for a position on the President's staff.
Among her duties in a new job, Christina began traveling with the President, which worked out well for Vasquez who preferred being able to stay in D.C. For his part, the President has also been satisfied with Christina's contributions as evidenced during the February 2014 State of the Union address speech prep session in front of his staff and confidants, including VP Underwood and Tusk. In the months following the death of Zoe Barnes, Christina was repeatedly contacted via e-mail by Lucas Goodwin who in an effort of getting Christina to open up even revealed to her his belief that Zoe was killed by Underwood. In July 2014, recognizing the First Lady Patricia Walker's lack of poise and self-confidence, Second Lady Claire Underwood quickly pounced to exploit this for her husband's political gain by beginning to weave a manipulative web around the First Lady. A competent, skillful, and hard worker, Christina is very motivated when it comes to furthering her administrative career on Capitol Hill. Young, somewhat still wide-eyed, and completely non-confrontational, Christina also shows a mixture of naivete and willful ignorance in certain situations.
As a member of the President Garrett Walker's staff, Christina was easily manipulated by the Second Lady Claire Underwood who used her as an instrument in order to unsettle the First Lady Patricia Walker.
Christina Gallagher was portrayed by Kristen Connolly in Seasons 1 and 2 of House of Cards. Charles grew up in Wisconsin and remained there with his family until it became too populated and it was starting to grow scarce of food. In order to obtain the deed for their land Charles took several jobs like working at Hanson's Mill and repairing the roof and stacking bags of grain at the feed and seed for Liam O'Neil; under the conditions that if it was not done in time O'Neil could take Charles' new oxen as collateral. Charles however attempted to finish stacking the grain bags at the feed and seed but soon was unable to continue. During this time Lansford became very despondent and after an argument with Charles tries to kill himself by setting his house on fire. Peters got Charles and Jacob both jobs in a rock quarry drilling the holes in the rocks so the dynamite could be placed. Caroline Ingalls (Wife) Charles loved his wife Caroline very much he always had a strong relationship with her and together they brought up their large family. Mary Ingalls (Daughter) Mary was the oldest of the Ingalls children and she and her father had a close relationship, Charles was always very protective over his eldest daughter. Laura Ingalls (Daughter) Laura was the second of the Ingalls children and of them all she had the closest to Charles she had the nick-name of 'Half-Pint' which her father gave her when she was little. Carrie Ingalls (Daughter) Carrie, the third of the Ingalls daughters had a very close bond with Charles when he went away Carrie felt very lonely as the rest of the Ingalls had a lot more work to do than usual and so Carrie did not get as much attention as she usually got off her father. Charles Ingalls Jr (Son) Charles had always wanted a son but after he got his wish his son died this had a big affect on the whole Ingalls family but especially on Charles who loved his son dearly. Grace Ingalls (Daughter) Charles' youngest daughter, although when Caroline was pregnant she asked Charles whether he would like a son or a daughter he did say he'd like a son however he was overjoyed to have a healthy baby daughter.
Albert Quinn Ingalls (Adoptive-Son) After Charles' only biological son died Charles and Caroline adopted a son who they found living alone and they then become attached to each other Charles asks Albert to live with the Ingalls family Albert accepts he becomes a big part of the Ingalls family.

James Cooper Ingalls (Adoptive-Son) Charles' adopted two more children after he adopted Albert, James became a second son to Charles and Caroline and another brother to the rest of the Ingalls family, he especially looked up to Charles. Cassandra Cooper Ingalls (Adoptive-Daughter) Cassandra and her older brother James were the last children to join the growing Ingalls family and Charles brought them both into the family as soon as he realised that the children were better off with the Ingalls.
He lost the fight and was later found by Isaiah Edwards laying in the back of his buckboard knocked out. He also helped Graham Stewart, who was often beat by his alcoholic father, John by letting him stay at his home with Caroline and the girls while Charles helped John break his addiction. A few of the episodes in Little House were somewhat similar to Landon's first major acting role on Bonanza. Michael Landon appeared on the cover of TV Guide several times as well as Charles Ingalls, Little Joe on Bonanza and Jonathan Smith on Highway to Heaven.
The Ingalls FamilyCharles Ingalls • Caroline Ingalls • Mary Ingalls Kendall • Laura Ingalls Wilder • Carrie Ingalls • Charles Ingalls Jr. This template will categorize articles that include it into the The Hills Have Eyes crew members category. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Prom Night crew members category. This template will categorize articles that include it into the Reaper crew members category. This template will categorize articles that include it into the True Blood Crew Members category. It is by far one of the oldest lines of Westerosi nobility, claiming a line of descent stretching back over eight thousand years. Both the North and Winterfell have since been taken over by the Boltons but their hold has been jeopardized now that Sansa Stark has escaped their clutches after learning that her brothers Bran and Rickon Stark are still alive. He is a very wealthy, snooty, unibrow-endowed octopus who has succeeded in everything Squidward has failed in and thus looks down upon him. He challenges Squidward to play his band at the Bubble Bowl, as his own band could not make it. The house features, among other things, a golden toilet, an elevator with a built-in hot tub, and a massive sculpture of his unibrow made entirely out of gilded doorknobs. When Squilliam is absent, Squidward claims to be him so that he can teach the class himself. He acts more mature than Squidward, but makes no secret of the fact that he considers himself superior to others due to his enormous wealth.
The most likely reason for this is because SpongeBob's antics usually end up making Squidward look bad, even though he doesn't mean to do that. It is home to Carl Winslow, Harriette Winslow, Eddie Winslow, Laura Winslow, Judy Winslow, Estelle Winslow , Rachel Crawford , and Richie at various points in the show series. Though not aware of the gory details of Russo's various vices, Christina is a first hand witness of the effects of his alcoholism and cocaine intake that were only exacerbated by Underwood's and Stamper's manipulation of Russo after they got him out of his January 2013 DUI arrest with prostitute Rachel Posner.
Wanting to become a real couple that doesn't hide due to the boss-staffer relation, she felt it would be good idea for her to work somewhere else, initiating a job search around Capitol Hill and getting an offer from the office of the Speaker of the House, Bob Birch, to be their Deputy Legislative Director.
Seeking a House majority in order to get rid of the Speaker of the House Bob Birch who refused to put the education bill on the House floor, Underwood began pursuing Representative Terry Womack (D-MO), the leader of the 12-person strong Black Caucus, by promising him the House Majority Leader position as well as vowing to keep the 3,000-employee air force base open in his congressional district. There with his kids because his ex-wife decided to go down to Orlando with a date, Russo became devastated when Underwood put the request to him in threatening tone, alluding menacingly to the harsh consequences should he disobey. Overwrought with guilt and unable to cope with his choices, the same day he descended back into alcohol and drugs. At night he staggered home completely wasted as disappointed Christina watched him crawl into bed, again completely emotionally disconnected from one another.
As Russo began attending AA meetings he phoned Christina as part of his 12-step program in order to apologize for wronging her in the past. As Russo is cleaning up his act through AA meetings as well as making amends with his constituency and campaigning around the state, Christina is firmly by his side offering comfort and emotional support.
She immersed herself fully into work, running every aspect of the congressional office Russo left behind. When Skorsky approaches Christina in the congressional cafeteria to ask her questions about Capra running for Russo's vacant seat and whether Russo was being pressured not to fight the shipyard's closing, she quickly gets interrupted by Stamper who joins their table, effectively chasing Skorsky away before telling Christina to let him know if she's again "harassed into answering questions she doesn't want to answer". She admitted that Zoe visited her and that "she knew things about Peter like something to do with Kern losing the nomination" all of which was enough for Stamper to raise alarms with Underwood. Listing the fact she single-handedly ran Russo's office as well as the entire congressional district for the past nine weeks as an achievement that recommends her for the job, Christina got hired by the President's Chief of Staff Linda Vasquez. Looking for a strong analogy to relay the Republican responsibility for the impending US Congress freeze, President Walker likes Christina's suggestion of "being thrown back into the Ice Age" and even invites the young staffer to further help hone his speech right alongside his seasoned Chief of Staff Linda Vasquez.
After ignoring all of Goodwin's attempts at establishing contact (though evidently not telling Stamper about them), Christina eventually got approached by Goodwin out in the public in February 2014, a few days before the President's 13 February State of the Union address. The Second Lady laid the groundwork by making a comment to Patricia about "never being very fond of Christina due to having a thing against women who sleep with their bosses" thereby unsettling the First Lady with a thought of her husband having an affair with Christina. On numerous occasions and in different situations, she displayed flexibility, quick thinking, and timely execution in regards to the work at hand.
At a family picnic, while getting a kite down from a tree Charles fell and broke several bones and was advised not to do any work by Doctor Baker.
Laura and Mary followed Charles into town and tried to do the work themselves; and thankfully were soon aided by the men of Walnut Grove. He worked at Hanson's mill and farmed his own land mainly, but often had to venture out of the area if the Ingalls needed extra money. When he did "lay down the law" so to speak, it was usually more of a tough love, though not always the case.
On a different note, the Ingalls family often took people in to their home when no one else would, like Tod Dortmunder, who Charles "rehabilitated" in a sense after his grandparents couldn't manage him.
Such as an episode where he would buy a piece of glass for a window, but it keep breaking from other characters accidentally sitting or standing on it. Squidward is painfully jealous and constantly attempts to show Squilliam he's not a loser, with varying results. However, at the end of the episode, Squilliam arrives at the Bubble Bowl anyway to watch Squidward fail (which may imply that he was just setting up Squidward to make a fool of himself), but upon seeing the band's surprisingly good performance, Squilliam appears to have a heart attack and is rushed to the hospital on a stretcher. Squidward's jealousy once again gets the better of him when he calls the show's host, Nicholas Withers, claiming that his house is better than Squilliam's. He is a mean, selfish, sadistic, and arrogant jerk who takes great pleasure in asserting his perceived superiority over middle-class citizens like his arch-rival Squidward. In early January 2013, when Henry Chapman, whose company donated $50,000 to Russo's congressional campaign, came to berate the congressman about not delivering on the promise of changing the zoning laws after he got elected to the House, Christina placed an urgent call saying that President-elect Garrett Walker wants to speak, thus providing Russo with an opening to act out a conversation with the President that increased his credibility in Chapman's eyes. When she informed Peter about this over dinner at an upscale restaurant, he was initially visibly taken aback though he quickly composed himself enough to unconvincingly answer that he's fine with whatever she decides. Keeping Womack's base open required closing another military installation somewhere else and Underwood made a choice - it would be the 12,000-employee Philadelphia naval shipyard in Russo's district and all Russo had to do is stay silent at the BRAC hearings.

Fed up and drained by her troubled partner's latest relapse, the next morning as she prepared his kids to take them to school, Christina told hungover Russo that she's leaving him and quitting her job as his secretary. He even introduces her to his cranky mother and takes her to his childhood home as their once broken relationship seems to be mending. After coordinating and getting approval from the DCCC, in late October 2013 she summoned Paul Capra, Russo's childhood friend turned adversary turned friend again, who is influential with the Philadelphia trade unions, to D.C.
Skorsky calls Capra to confirm that information, but he remains coy and reveals to her that Russo was pressured from above to stay silent at the BRAC hearing.
Shaken up by this encounter, Christina goes back to the office to look through Russo's personal belongings, seemingly for the first time since his death, all of which get her very emotional.
They agreed that their first order of business is to go back to Christina, deciding that it will be Zoe who does this since Skorsky is being watched by Stamper. Christina also proved useful to VP Underwood and his chief of staff Stamper as another set of eyes and ears within President Walker's inner circle that could relay information of interest such as occasions when Underwood's rival Raymond Tusk is in town to talk to the President.
Responding to his suggestion that Peter Russo would still be alive if it wasn't for Frank Underwood, a visibly shaken Christina said she worked very hard to put Peter behind her before rebuffing Goodwin to his face, threatening to report him if his attempts persist.
Manipulative Claire then went to Christina, advising her to reach out to the First Lady along the lines of simply telling her about enjoying working for the president and offering to be of help to her in any way, which Christina agreed to do despite plenty of trepidation due to never really sensing any vibe from the First Lady that such an approach would be welcomed.
After many hardships they settled for a while but later were ordered to leave by the government because they lived on Indian territory. While staying with Charles and his family, Lansford began to develop and special bond with Laura. Lansford realized after the ordeal that he shouldn't of promised Laura, which makes Laura angry. Once, after their wheat crop was destroyed Charles left to find something that would recoup their money. An example of this would be when the Galender brothers came to Walnut Grove and attempted to rape Caroline.
Before the Targaryen conquest, the leaders of House Stark ruled over the region as the Kings in the North. Like other octopus characters, Squilliam's character model is nearly identical to Squidward, but he has a unibrow and he wears a fancy maroon robe. Although Squidward's house is destroyed as a result of his attempts to make it fancier, Withers sees his destroyed house as a work of art and proclaims it to be better than Squilliam's.
He also speaks in a very mocking tone, placing great emphasis on his low regard for Squidward and an equally large amount of inflated praise in his lavish lifestyle. Despite hiding their office romance, the relationship didn't go unnoticed by the House Majority Whip Frank Underwood's Chief of Staff Doug Stamper. A few weeks later on the morning of 24 January 2013, he received a 1am phone call while getting ready to go to bed. When they got home later that night, as they're getting ready to go to bed, he came across his baggie of cocaine and decided to empty it clandestinely into the sink followed by walking out of the bathroom into the bedroom and admitting to her sheepishly that he doesn't actually want her to take the job - signs perhaps of his intent to give up drugs as well as a decision to invest himself more emotionally into the relationship with Christina. They ran into each other one more time later in the day when he arrived at the office as she was tying up loose ends at work before leaving. However, it all starts to unravel again after Russo is coaxed into having a drink by Posner who was put up to it by Underwood via Stamper. Skorsky starts connecting the dots and, though lacking proof, begins suspecting the pressure Capra mentioned must've come from Frank Underwood, reasoning that the fact Underwood had nothing to do with Russo before the shipyard closing and then suddenly started propping him up in the gubernatorial race is highly suspicious.
To Skorsky, Stamper's sudden appearance when she sat down to talk to Christina was further indication of Underwood's untoward involvement with Russo while Zoe, though open to question, still thought Underwood had nothing to do with Russo's silence at the hearings. Barging into Russo's former office to talk to Christina without an appointment, Zoe told her Russo flew out to see Kopeniak on the night of 24 January 2013, asking her if she remembered anything else. One of their subsequent chance run-ins in a White House hallway turned into an awkward conversation as Christina approached the First Lady who, though courteous, was visibly rattled by the encounter. Once receiving a letter about it Charles left to go back to Wisconsin to be with his father and to handle the funeral arrangements.
The bond is soon jeopardized however when Bunny, Laura's beloved horse injures her foot while jumping over a wired fence.
After this, Lansford wants to leave Walnut Grove but Laura goes all-out in order for him to stay as long as he wants. Jacob and Charles returned home and Charles gave Peggy Peters, Danny's wife his pay and belongings.
Furious, Charles went over to the cabin they were staying in and had a brawl with Sam and George Galender. Russo then ran out of the house after giving Christina the unconvincing explanation that he had to discuss policy with a colleague from Congress; Christina was visibly perturbed.
The next day, Sunday, she slept in, but he was already up, working on his presentation for the upcoming BRAC hearing. Clearly distraught, Russo barely managed to say a coherent word to her as the burden of the shipyard closing outweighed his feelings for Christina for the time being. As Russo slips back into alcoholism, Christina tries unsuccessfully to get through to him while the campaign goes completely off the rails. Also long suspecting that Underwood has been feeding stories to her co-worker, Zoe Barnes, Skorsky mentions her Russo-Underwood hypothesis to Zoe who expresses doubts about this version of events.
Upon some investigating of her own by sifting through the recent congressional activity records, Zoe begins to think Russo's silence at the hearing was simply trading in a favour to Rep. Though dismissive at first, Christina became clearly shaken up as she recalled the night Russo stormed out of their apartment at 1am without a convincing explanation. He owns a fancy house which made an appearance in "House Fancy." Squilliam is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
Not knowing where he went she was even more disturbed when he returned a day and a half later, showing up to work visibly high and hungover. Pleasantly surprised to find him working on a Sunday, something he's never done before, Christina informed him that her hypothetical decision to reject the job offer would be made for her and not for him, before joining him to help out with BRAC preparations. Attempting to convince Zoe, Skorsky then directly confronts her younger colleague about Underwood being the source of her big breaking stories. In "House Fancy," Squilliam had a large replica of his unibrow that was made of 500 solid gold painted doorknobs.
However, after reminding Zoe of Underwood's involvement in many different recent events around the Congress, Skorsky raises sufficient doubt in Zoe's mind about whether Roy Kapeniak's phone call to her, confirming that Michael Kern wrote the 1978 anti-Israel editorial, was in fact also engineered by Underwood which is something Zoe has been suspecting right from the start.

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