As described by Nina Hopkinshis tailor, Ciel has a "wonderfully proportioned body. Ciel nearly always wears a black eye-patch made of gauze  with a single cord over his right eye to hide the location of his Faustian contract with Sebastian Michaelis. However, while in disguise, he wears a white patch that resembles a transdermal patchwhich fastens over his ear with two cords.
During Season 1, there's a small but noticeable improvement after the pilot episode. Hank got a few less facial wrinkles starting in Season 2, and his glasses shrunk down.
Also, Peggy's tank top switched from gray to green starting in Season 2, along with no longer wearing tall socks. The colors also became brighter and less washed out. The typeface of signs suffered from this switch, as they no longer looked blended in with the animation.
In "Bad News Bill", after the opposing baseball team starts laughing at Bobby's performance, they suddenly turn into extremely distorted caricatures as if viewed extremely close up through a wide-angle lens, with different shading than usual.
Only the first act ties into the episode title, as it centers on Hank getting in trouble for mooning while in a glass elevator; the rest is about Bill's relationship with the former governor of Texas, Ann Richards although mooning does come into play at the very end.
Presumably the chance for such an on-the-nose Punny Title was just too good to pass up. In reality, Ontario lacks mountains. In "Uh Oh Canada," Boomhauer's French Canadian girlfriend Suzette is mentioned as having a former lover or the like that is in an aluminium mine.
While Quebec is one of the largest smelters of aluminum in the world, there are in fact no bauxite aluminum ore mines in Canada. Invoked in "How to Fire a Rifle Without Really Trying", where the safety instructor for Bobby's class explains that he lost an eye and a thumb by excitedly running downrange to show off his target - presumably he got the job for being a walking example of how not to act on a range.
He later repeats this when he sees Bobby's target, while Bobby is more concerned with proving his rifle safe. In actuality, most were hanged, and one was crushed under stones. First, the law says you have to provide reasonable accommodations, not tolerate every absurdity.
There is an interactive process, potentially including medical professionals, to determine what those accommodations would be. More critically, addiction is only granted limited protections compared to other medical conditions, and someone actively using alcohol or drugs would not be covered.
That said, considering the welfare worker who's letting a junkie get away with all of this is the same guy who showed a clear lack of competence at investigating child-abuse claims back in the pilot, this might be intentional. Junie Harper, the antagonist-of-the-day in "Hilloween", tells Luanne that Halloween was created by druids, and later gets the holiday banned in Arlen by claiming separation of church and state.
She does have a point for the latter, but not for the reason she thinks Halloween was actually invented by Christians co-opting two pagan holidays, kind of like how Christmas came to be. She goes to host a "Hallelujah House", a Christian version of haunted houses which intends to convert by scaring patrons with images of Hell.
This is the source of most of the episode's humor, of course - for instance, Harper's lack of acknowledgement that she herself is forcing her "everything I disagree with is Satanic" religious beliefs on the city.
Peggy was wrong to suggest Bobby might be "god to billions of Asians". A lama is more like "reincarnated prophet to millions of Tibetans," though this is pretty in-character for her, given that she's a Small Name, Big Ego in this case especially, reacting to someone else's bumper sticker claiming her child is an honor student and the Hills are the kind of family that wouldn't know anything about other religions, except the Christian-based ones that are prevalent in the Southern and Midwestern United States, like Methodist, Baptist, and Episcopalian.
Additionally, Hank tells the monks to stay away from Bobby and that he has no control over what they do at airports. Buddhist monks don't preach at airports; it's a Hindu sect, Hare Krishna, who are well known for doing so.Disclaimer: This work has been submitted by a student.
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