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\"420\" (also known as \"Episode 420\") is the 12th episode in the seventh season of the American animated television series Family Guy. It premiered on Fox in the United States on April 19, 2009. The title of the episode is a reference to the term \"420\" used in cannabis culture; \"Episode 420\" premiered on bicycle day, April 19th, the day before April 20 (4/20), on which a counterculture holiday is celebrated centering on the consumption of cannabis. \"420\" focuses on the character Brian after he is arrested for drug possession, which prompts him to launch a campaign to legalize cannabis with help from Stewie; the liveliness of their campaign convinces Mayor West to legalize the drug, and most of Quahog's population begins using it.
The episode was written by Patrick Meighan and directed by Julius Wu. While it received positive reception from critics for its story line and cultural references, it generated controversy from the Venezuelan government for its topic and received criticism from the Parents Television Council during a rerun. According to Nielsen ratings, it was viewed in 7.40 million homes in its original airing. The episode featured guest performances by Phil LaMarr and Kerrigan Mahan, along with several recurring guest voice actors for the series.
The episode was written by series writer Patrick Meighan for his second writing credit of the season, the first being \"Road to Germany\", and directed by former King of the Hill and The Oblongs director Julius Wu before the conclusion of the series' seventh production season.
During the episode's production, the character of James the cat was originally colored white, but MacFarlane decided that it bear orange fur after he thought that white was a fairly dull color. The featured musical number \"A Bag o' Weed\" was based on \"Me Ol' Bamboo\" from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.
In addition to the regular cast, voice actor Phil LaMarr and voice actor Kerrigan Mahan guest starred in the episode. Recurring guest voice actors Lori Alan, Chris Cox, actor Ralph Garman, writer Danny Smith, writer Alec Sulkin and writer John Viener also made minor appearances.
\"Episode 420\", along with the seven other episodes from Family Guy's eighth season and seven from the seventh season, was released on a three-disc DVD set in the United States on June 15, 2010. The DVDs included brief audio commentaries by Seth MacFarlane and various other crew and cast members from several episodes, a collection of deleted scenes, a special mini-feature that discussed the process behind animating \"Road to the Multiverse\", and a mini-feature entitled Family Guy Karaoke. The set also includes a reprint of the script for the episode.
Peter, who tries to shave Quagmire's cat in the episode, ends up killing it and cutting it six times because of the legend of cats having nine lives. As he is arresting Brian, one of the police officers states that he will not release him since he is a \"family guy\".
\"Episode 420\" was viewed by 7.40 million viewers on its original airdate, receiving a rating of 4.3/6 in Nielsen ratings. The character Brian was awarded the 2009 Stoner of the Year award by the magazine High Times due to this episode, marking the first time an animated character received the honor.
The Venezuelan government reacted negatively to the episode and banned Family Guy from airing on their local networks, which generally syndicate American programming. Local station Venevisión was threatened with financial sanctions for broadcasting the show, which was avoided by airing an episode of Baywatch instead and they aired public service films as an apology. Justice Minister Tareck El Aissami stated that any cable stations which refuse to stop airing the series would be fined and he also claimed that it promoted the use of cannabis. The government then displayed the clip of which featured Brian and Stewie performing the featured number and then stated that Family Guy is an example of how the United States supports cannabis use.
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On October 4, 2006, the 1up podcast network posted the very first episode of Retronauts, a podcast dedicated to old games. In a media landscape that perpetually looks to the future (hello, \"most anticipated games\" lists, I know you're being written right this moment), it was nothing less than revolutionary to put out a show solely about video games from the past.
1up.com went under many years ago and those servers seem to fluctuate on and off, leaving us with no reliable means to see the old site as it once was, but internet archivists have preserved those old episodes of Retronauts for folks to enjoy today. And of course we are still here, making new episodes of Retronauts as more video games continue to transition from new to old. They're just like people!
This episode, we have Matt Mullenweg (@photomatt), the founding developer of WordPress, the open-source software used by over 35% of the web. Matt is also the CEO of Automattic, which is now the force behind WordPress.com, Jetpack, and many other products.
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Methods: Eleven female soccer players competing in the first division of the Portuguese soccer league wore heart-rate monitors during sleep at night throughout a 1-wk competitive in-season microcytic, after late-night training sessions (n = 3) and rest days (n = 3). Heart rate variability was analyzed through \"slow-wave sleep episode\" (10-min duration) and \"hour by hour\" (all the RR intervals recorded throughout the hours of sleep). Training load was quantified by session rating of perceived exertion (281.8 [117.9] to 369.0 [111.7] arbitrary units [a.u.]) and training impulse (77.5 [36.5] to 110.8 [31.6] a.u.), added to subjective well-being ratings (Hopper index = 11.6 [4.4] to 12.8 [3.2] a.u.). These variables were compared between training and rest days using repeated-measures analysis of variance.
Results: The log-transformed slow-wave sleep-episode cardiac autonomic activity (InRMSSD [natural logarithm of the square root of the mean of the sum of the squares of differences between adjacent normal RR intervals] varying between 3.92 [0.57] and 4.20 [0.60] ms; \\g=h\\p2 = .16; 95% confidence interval, .01-.26), InHF (natural logarithm of high frequency), InLF (natural logarithm of low frequency), lnSD1 (natural logarithm of short-term beat-to-beat variability), and lnSD2 (natural logarithm of long-term beat-to-beat variability), and the nontransformed LF/HF were not different among nighttraining session days and rest days (P > .05). Considering the hour-by-hour method (InRMSSD varying between 4.05 [0.35] and 4.33 [0.32] ms; \\g-h\\p2 = .46; 95% confidence interval, .26-.52), InHF, InLF, lnSD1. and lnSD2 and the nontransformed LF/HF were not different among night-training session days and rest days (P > .05). 153554b96e