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Doubling Down With the Derricos Recap 09/15/20: Season 1 Episode 6 “For The Love Of Dawsyn”

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Tonight on Doubling Down With the Derricos airs with an all-new Tuesday, September 15, 2020, episode and we have your Doubling Down With the Derricos recap below. On tonight’s Doubling Down With the Derricos season 1 episode 5 “For The Love Of Dawsyn,” as per the TLC synopsis, “Deon worries he’ll fall apart if he attends Dawsyn’s surgery. Darian opens up to her parents about the challenges of being the oldest of 14 children. Dawsyn’s surgery day arrives, and the family prays for a good outcome.

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The children are eating lunch, Deon thanks Eric for getting lunch for everyone. Deon tells them that they are having dinner out tomorrow night, their children love to eat. Karen and Deon are afraid for Dawsyn, but they want to assure the children that everything is ok so they are not scared. Deon tells the children that Dawsyn is going back to the hospital to repair the hole in her heart. Eric tells the children that Dawsyn is strong and she will be fine.

Deon is cutting GG’s hair, she asks if he is going to the hospital for the surgery, he says he doesn’t want to. She tells him that it is very important that he supports Karen. She reminds him that went he had surgery she was alone and it was tough. She says she will stay with the babies, he has got to do it, that is it. Deon gets emotional, GG tells him he will be fine and hugs him.

Deon remembers when he lost Carter, he didn’t want to hold him because he didn’t want to increase the bond, he didn’t want the burden of the loss in his heart. And, when he looks at Dawsyn he can’t help but look at the comparison in his heart. Deon wishes he could trade places with his child. Deon feels it is very therapeutic to go to his mother, he has always been close to her.

Deon tells Karen he wants to talk to her about the surgery, he has decided it is best if he goes. Karen is delighted, she hugs him. He tells her that the conversation with GG brought it home for him. Deon says they are unit and she needs to know that he is there for him.

The family is at the park, Karen and Deon talk to Darian. She admits that she has too much responsibility. There are days that she wants to be in the house, but there are days she feels mentally insane. She has nobody that can relate to her because nobody is her age. She says she loves being a big sister, it is fun, but she wants to be with kids her own age.

She tells them that there is this camp she wants to go to, it’s in Michigan. It’s an arts camp, they have video editing and that is what she wants to do, it’s for a week. Deon tells her that they will be a nervous wreck if she goes because it is far away. They want her to have that experience, but something closer to home. They tell her its not a no, they just have to look into it more.

All the family are at Gritz café for dinner. It’s always a challenge ordering out, the children have different tastes. The family joins with the owner of the café and the staff and say a prayer for Dawsyn. GG is there, Eric too, and Karen’s friend.

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Shelter Island resident sues town for allowing Beyoncé to film at historical site

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A furious Shelter Island resident has launched legal action against the town council for allegedly allowing Beyoncé to secretly shoot a video at a local historical site — which he called “sacred ground.”

Mike Gaynor claims in court papers seen by Page Six that neither Beyoncé nor Disney applied for permission to film her visual album “Black is King” at Sylvester Manor, the former home of slave trader Nathaniel Sylvester.

Gaynor calls Nathaniel “top a-hole and CEO of a worldwide slave-hunting and trading operation” — but says the site demands respect because slaves were buried there.

Gaynor, who lives in a neighboring property, filed suit in New York Supreme Court last Wednesday against the town, all of the town trustees and the Community Preservation Fund board’s member.

He donated $30,000 last year alone to the Manor.

“I have official confirmation from the town clerk that no permits were obtained,” he told Page Six, “I was deeply offended when I learned that The Manor took money from Disney to allow the film… on what is without argument on wholly sacred ground.”
He added, “Please know that there are at least 200+ enslaved Africans and Manhasset Indians buried on their land and so that’s just not a place where you film a dance-off.”

Gaynor believes that the council knowingly allowed the superstar to film without permits. “There’s no way they would have allowed her to turn up without knowing — I believe in fact the town did know about this and the town was signed up on an NDA so that the Manor and the town could make money,” he said.

Manor staff confirmed in August that they hosted the superstar and helped choose locations for her — insisting that she chose the site because of its important history.

A source told us that Disney bought the completed movie from an independent production company, and didn’t have a hand in the filming locations.

Reps for Beyoncé and Shelter Island Town Council were unavailable for comment.

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CS Unboxed: McFarlane Toys’ New Batman Figure Line!

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CS Unboxed: McFarlane Toys’ New Batman Figure Line!

McFarlane Toys has provided ComingSoon.net with a chance to unbox their new Dark Metals Earth figures featuring various alternate iterations of Batman as well as a limited bronze Joker figure. Check out our unboxing in the gallery below!

RELATED: DC Multiverse Batman Figure by Todd McFarlane Revealed!

McFarlane Toys’ Dark Metals Earth line includes Earth 32-Batman, The Grim Knight, Earth-44 Batman, and Earth – 1 Batman. The entire line is currently on pre-order at Walmart and Amazon, and it will be in Walmart in October and then in retailers internationally and nationwide in November.

The McFarlane Platinum Edition’s first figure to release is the Arkham Asylum Joker Bronze. This figure is limited to 3,000 production run worldwide and has been randomly packed into DC Multiverse cases shipping to retailers globally. There are several more McFarlane Special Edition figures from several brands releasing in 2020.

RELATED: McFarlane Unboxing With Mortal Kombat, Cyberpunk 2077 & More!

In 2021, all chase figures released in the McFarlane Platinum Edition program will feature rare variation paint and will be showcased in limited-edition packaging with a McFarlane Toys special edition platinum label printed in foil. Every McFarlane Special Edition figure will be highly limited in quantity and will extend across all of McFarlane Toys’ lines to bring the “chase” of collecting back to fan everywhere!

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‘His House’ Trailer: A Refugee Couple Faces Unspeakable Evil in Their New Home

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A refugee story turns into a full-blown nightmare in His House, a new Netflix horror film from director Remi Weekes. The story follows a young refugee couple from South Sudan who moves to a small English town and begins to experience some sort of “unspeakable evil.” It’s a tad vague, all in the name of keeping the shocks and jolts fresh, but the His House trailer below is plenty effective as-is.

His House Trailer

His House premiered at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, and after watching this trailer, I’m sad I missed it. Thankfully, I’ll be able to see it sooner rather than later, as it’s headed to Netflix at the end of October. In His House, “After making a harrowing escape from war-torn South Sudan, a young refugee couple struggle to adjust to their new life in a small English town that has an unspeakable evil lurking beneath the surface.”

His House comes from writer-director Remi Weekes, who said at Sundance:

“For many of us who aren’t white British growing up in England, we always find ourselves torn between wanting to assimilate to fit into the primary culture and then the other side that wants to rebel and pull away from it and discover what is our place and our home. I felt that was a good starting place for this kind of story. I love movies and I love storytelling and always felt that if I could infuse the ideas I had growing up with the kind of movies I like, that would be the kind of space I’d like to make films in.”

The director added: “The two characters are from South Sudan, the Dinka tribe, so we did a lot of research into them. A lot of the ideas and myths within the film are based on the stories that are popular there. It was really fun to research. We went through the scripts again and again in terms of language and food and just little things that will butt against British things and Britishness. I think we’ve been very good in the West to sell a fantasy of what the West is and it’s really convincing. For many people who come to England, they feel like, ‘Oh, this is it!’ And that’s always very fascinating.”

Starring Sopé Dìrísù, Wunmi Mosaku, and Matt SmithHis House is headed to Netflix on October 30. Here’s hoping it finds an audience and doesn’t just get lost in the shuffle.

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