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This Makeup Revolution x Friends Eyeshadow Palette Is Selling Out!

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If there’s one thing we all know about Friends, it’s that they’ll be there for you… but maybe not for long, if we go by this Friends-inspired makeup collection from Makeup Revolution!

Available at Ulta Beauty, this line of eyeshadow palettes and lipsticks inspired by Phoebe, Monica and Rachel is all but sold out, but there’s still one find you can scoop up: the Rachel eyeshadow palette. At just $12, it’s wallet friendly and the perfect addition to your makeup collection, thanks to its focus on daytime neutral shades. But if the rest of the line is anything to judge by, it won’t be in stock for long!

Shop below to grab yours before it disappears!

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‘My Job Is To Be as Invisible as Possible’ (Video)

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Fox News’ Chris Wallace says he wants to be “as invisible as possible” as a moderator during Tuesday’s first presidential debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.

“One of these two people is going to be the next president of the United States and my job is to be as invisible as possible,” Wallace said during a preview for the debate that aired Monday on Fox News. “I’m trying to get them to engage to focus on the key issues, to give people at home a sense of why I want to vote for one vs. the other, but if I’ve done my job right, at the end of the night people will say, ‘That was a great debate. Who was the moderator?’”

During the 2016 presidential race between Trump and Hillary Clinton, Wallace moderated the third and final debate between the two contenders. At the time, Wallace said he did not want to treat the debate like a “TV show.”

“I take it very seriously,” Wallace said on his Sunday show ahead of the Trump-Clinton showdown. “This is not a TV show. This is part of civics, the constitution, if you will, in action, because this is helping millions of people decide who we’re going to elect as the next president.”

The first presidential debate begins on Tuesday at 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET and will air on the major broadcast networks as well as all cable news channels.

Topics selected by Wallace include “the Trump and Biden records,” the Supreme Court, COVID-19, the economy, “race and violence in our cities” and the “integrity of the election,” according to the Commission on Presidential Debates.

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Ducky’s entire NCIS backstory explained

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NCIS viewers may have been under the impression that Ducky was nothing more than an affable army doctor with a sterling record. However, that all changed in the season 6 episode “Broken Bird.” While at a crime scene on a city street, a woman comes forward from the crowd and stabs Ducky in the hand while accusing him of murdering her brother. To the rest of the NCIS team’s dismay, Ducky confirms that she’s not wrong to make the accusation.

However, it’s significantly more complicated than a cold-blooded killing. While serving at an army base in Afghanistan during the Soviet-Afghan War, Ducky was charged with treating Afghani detainees who kept coming to him with brutal injuries. He eventually learned that one of his colleagues at the base was conducting cruel interrogations, torturing the prisoners for information, even when it was clear that they had none. One prisoner was sent to Ducky routinely with severe wounds, and eventually, Ducky made a difficult decision. Realizing that the man was likely destined to be tortured to death in these interrogations, Ducky instead administered a lethal dose of morphine to put him out of his misery.

This horrific episode from Ducky’s past almost got him charged with war crimes. However, after he was able to explain himself, the charges were dropped. Despite being cleared, Ducky wasn’t able to fully forgive himself. 

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The 100 Series Finale Sneak Peek: It’s a Race Against Time to Save [Spoiler]

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Much of The 100‘s series finale remains a mystery, but one thing’s for sure: Jackson, Murphy and Raven will do everything they can to keep Emori from joining our list of the show’s most heartbreaking deaths.

TVLine has an exclusive clip from Wednesday’s final hour (The CW, 8/7c), which drops viewers into the latest episode of Sanctum’s Anatomy. As you’ll recall, Murphy’s beloved was impaled by an uncomfortably large metal bar when that bomb went off in the bunker, and she remains very much on death’s door.

Fortunately, the characters on this show tend to work more effectively when they’re under a time crunch — and this apparently also applies to emergency abdominal surgeries. (Raven tells Jackson that she’s familiar with defibrillators because “I’ve used one on myself” is such a flex.)

Of course, Emori isn’t the only character whose life is currently hanging in the balance. The show’s penultimate episode ended with Clarke discovering that Madi has lost most of her brain function; Octavia even offered to euthanize her, only to be interrupted by another troubling discovery — Cadogan has the code.

Hit PLAY on the video above for an exclusive peek at the series finale of The 100, then drop a comment with your hopes below. After seven seasons, how should it all end?


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