[S1E4] EXit Strategy PORTABLE
With the transport bus stuck in the middle of the warehouse district, the Sentinel Services agents exit their vehicles to survey the area. Inside the transport bus, Reed attempts to forge an alliance with Polaris while the guards are distracted by the blown out tire. While Polaris may hate him, their chance to escape may be coming along soon. He wonders if her hate for him is worth more than giving her child a real life. All Reed asks of her is that if they get the chance to escape that she'll help him take it. Polaris reluctantly agrees.
[S1E4] eXit strategy
THE GIFTED: L-R: Percy Hynes White, Amy Acker and Natalie Alyn Lind in the "eXit strategy" episode of THE GIFTED airing Monday, Oct. 23 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. 2017 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Eliza Morse/FOX
"eXit strategy" is the fourth episode of season one of the superhero action series The Gifted and the fourth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Karen Gaviola with a script written by Meredith Lavender and Marcie Ulin. It first aired on the FOX Network on Monday, October 23rd, 2017 at 8:00 pm.
"Opposites attract" goes the old adage, but there's certainly very little love between reluctant undercover semi-alien Lewis and self-proclaimed alpha-dog border guard Truss as E4's sparky sci-fi comedy continues. Yet, when the latter finds himself stuck in the middle of Troy with the Alien League in hot pursuit, his only exit strategy comes from his least favourite colleague. Lilyhot, meanwhile, has to deliver an ultimatum to Fabien, following an altercation with Antoine.
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It helps to ensure that quality service and your business standards continue. An effective exit strategy will help your management team prepare financially, as usually they may require outside support.
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Having an exit strategy in place will help you communicate your plans to your stakeholders, clients, staff. As part of your exit planning process, you need to prepare what needs to be said, to whom, and when they need to know it.
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Michael discusses strategy over lunch with Fiona and Sam. Fiona is all for storming the Wilhelms' compound, breaking Jenna out and killing the Wilhelms as a bonus. Sam objects to any plan that risks getting themselves killed, not to mention Jenna. Michael cuts through their arguing, saying they will snatch Jenna as she is being driven to the airport. Sam warns that they have little time, since there are only two direct flights to Dubai from Miami each week, and the next one is tomorrow. Michael is interrupted by a call from Madeline, telling him Nate has been hurt.
While Sam and Fiona are lying in wait outside the Wilhelms' compound, Sam frets that Michael has not shown up, and without him they don't have enough hands to snatch Jenna safely. As the Wilhelms' car exits the compound carrying Jenna to the airport, Fiona declares that she will do the job herself, if Sam isn't willing to help. Exasperated, Sam hops out of the car and says he has things covered. Before she can ask what he is doing, there is a squeal of brakes and a crash.
With time short, Michael decides to modify his kidnap plan. When Oscar Wilhelm's car exits their compound, it is blocked by a truck, and Michael smashes the car window with a crowbar and abducts Oscar. "You pissed me off!" is his explanation. 041b061a72