[S2E2] A Smith In The Hand \/\/FREE\\\\
When Steve brings home a permission slip to take sex ed at school, Stan flips out and demands to teach it himself. However, after Stan unrealistically explains the birds and the bees to Steve, he gets into an accident that causes him to take matters into his own hands. Meanwhile, Roger becomes a bartender in hopes of making something of himself.
[S2E2] A Smith in the Hand
The radius is the larger of the two bones in the forearm which link the hand to the elbow. It is uniquely designed to allow wrist motion and forearm rotation. The end closest to the hand (distal radius) is especially susceptible to breaking, because it composes approximately 80% of the wrist joint surface and bears nearly the full weight load when a person outstretches the hand prevent injury during a fall.
Casting provides external stability to the forearm and hand by the application of gentle pressure to the skin and underlying soft tissues. This provides a rigid mold and contains the reduction in proper alignment during the healing period. If the fracture is stable and has been successfully realigned by the reduction, casting may be the only treatment necessary.
In most cases, a patient who has undergone internal fixation surgery for a distal radius fracture may begin gentle wrist range of motion within 1 to 2 weeks of surgery, after which time a removable splint is used to support the hand.
In "Double Exposure" (S03E04), Dr. Bart Kepple (Robert Culp) has a display of several handguns including an artillery model Luger P08. Kepple (Robert Culp) also uses one of the Lugers in the same episode. Paul Galesko in the episode "Negative Reaction" uses a Luger P08 as a murder weapon.
Joe Devlin (Clive Revill) and Vincent Pauley (Albert Paulsen) both use a suppressed Walther PPK in the episode "The Conspirators" (S07E05). Vivian Dimitri (Helen Shaver) in the episode "Rest in Peace, Mrs. Columbo" (S09E04) uses a suppressed stainless Walther PPK. A stainless Walther PPK is seen in the hands of Delores (Tyne Daly) in "A Bird in the Hand..." (S11E03).
Maj. Gen. Martin J. Hollister (Eddie Albert) owns a nickel plated Colt 1873 Single Action Army Cavalry revolver in "Dead Weight" (S01E03). In the series, however, only Lt. Columbo (Peter Falk) is seen with this revolver in hand.
Ken Franklin (Jack Cassidy) uses the Smith & Wesson Model 36 snub revolver in "Murder by Book" (S01E01). In theepisode "Suitable for Framing" (S01E04), this revolver appears as a murder weapon in the hands of Dale Kingston (Ross Martin). For the majority of the series, Lt. Columbo (Peter Falk) is not seen carrying a firearm while on duty. However, in the episode "Lady in Waiting " (S01E05) he disarms the assassin Beth Chadwick (Susan Clark), and in the episode "No Time to Die" (S11E02), what appears to be this revolver is seen in the hands of the detective. This also happens to be the revolver of choice for several other LAPD detectives.
Gendry BaratheonBiographical informationBornGendry[N 1]281 AC (age 24) in King's LandingPolitical informationAllegianceTobho Mott (formerly, as a blacksmith)House BaratheonHouse Targaryen (formerly, vassal)King of the Andals and the First Men (vassal)Title(s)Lord of Storm's EndLord Paramount of the StormlandsWarden of the SouthPredecessor(s)Tommen I Baratheon (Lord of Storm's End)Mace Tyrell (Warden of the South)Personal informationCultureAndalFatherRobert I BaratheonLover(s)Arya Stark (briefly)Sibling(s)Unnamed Baratheon (paternal half-brother)Barra (bastard paternal half-sister)17 other bastard paternal half-siblingsBehind the scenes informationSeriesGame of ThronesSeason(s)1, 2, 3, 7, 8Appeared in24 episodes (see below)First seen in"Cripples, Bastards, and Broken Things"Last seen in"The Iron Throne"Mentioned in"The Wolf and the Lion"Portrayed byJoe Dempsie
Gendry spent his whole life in King's Landing. His mother was a tavern wench that King Robert had sex with once, and apparently Robert never even knew of his existence. Gendry grew up in the slums of Flea Bottom, surviving on bowls of brown stew that contained meat which was allegedly chicken (though like most of the other patrons, he knew full well it wasn't). Gendry's mother died when he was very young. When he was old enough, an unknown lord paid his apprentice fee so he could learn to be a blacksmith. He then took up work as an apprentice blacksmith under Tobho Mott, a master weaponsmith from Qohor, forging high-end armor and weapons for the nobility. Gendry became very skilled in his own right, and the heavy manual labor built him up into a strong young man - ironically, swinging a heavy blacksmith's hammer much as Robert once swung his war hammer. Gendry worked under Tobho Mott for 10 years.
Investigating the death of Jon Arryn, Lord Eddard Stark learns that he was seen visiting Tobho Mott's smithy in the city shortly before his death. Eddard also inspects the smithy. Mott tells him that Jon Arryn came to ask about new armor, but he also wanted to talk to Mott's apprentice. Eddard admires a helm that Gendry has made. Mott scolds Gendry for insisting that it is not for sale as he made it for himself, and potentially denying the King's Hand, but Eddard reassures the smith. Eddard learns that Jon wanted to know about Gendry's mother. He then takes a close look at the boy, and realizes that Gendry is a bastard son of Robert (whom Eddard knew ever since they were fostered boys with Jon Arryn). Eddard is at a loss as to why Arryn was trying to track down Robert's bastards.
Gendry travels north on the Kingsroad with Yoren and his recruits, befriending Arya on the journey. He is targeted by the City Watch of King's Landing because of his status as a bastard of King Robert Baratheon, but remains unaware of his lineage. Yoren intimidates a pair of gold cloaks who come looking for Gendry into leaving empty handed. Gendry sees through Arya's disguise and recognizes her as a girl. She confides her identity and swears him to secrecy. Gendry is embarrassed for talking so crudely to a highborn member of a noble house, though the tomboyish Arya is herself embarrassed at his deference to her as a "Lady."
The gold cloaks return with Ser Amory Lorch and a force of Lannister soldiers. They attack the group, kill Yoren and capture Arya and Gendry. Arya manages to convince them that Lommy Greenhands, whom Polliver had killed, was Gendry because he was carrying the bull's head helm that Gendry made.
The prisoners are then taken to Harrenhal. They are brutally tortured by Ser Gregor Clegane's men while being questioned by the Tickler. Gendry is selected as his next victim, but is saved when Lord Tywin Lannister arrives and chastises his men that the prisoners are more useful alive. To prove his point, Tywin asks Gendry if he has a trade, and when Gendry says that he is in fact a trained blacksmith, Tywin shoots a stern look at Gregor's men.
After Gendry escapes Harrenhal with Arya and Hot Pie, they attempt to head north to Riverrun, across the Red Fork of the Trident, which is ruled by Arya's mother's family (House Tully). It is slow going on foot through the front lines of the war, however, and in the forest they run into the partisan group known as the Brotherhood Without Banners. They recognize them as the group the Lannister torturers were asking about at Harrenhal. Their leader Thoros of Myr seems a friendly sort, and they make the children come with them. They later give them food and drink at the Crossroads Inn. Gendry says he used to work as a smith in King's Landing for Tobho Mott, whom Thoros recognizes but says he charged double what the other smiths did; Gendry counters that's because it was double the quality. Other members of the Brotherhood return to the inn with a captive: Sandor "The Hound" Clegane. As Thoros trades insults with Sandor, Arya tries to leave, but the Hound stops her in astonishment and asks what in seven hells they're doing with "the Stark bitch", revealing her identity to all.
Gendry continues to work as a blacksmith for the Brotherhood. Beric and Thoros later explain that instead of simply letting Arya go, they intend to ransom her back to the Starks, as they badly need the gold to fund their resistance group. While she is safe from the Lannisters in their company, she is not amused by this. Arya is then distressed to learn that Gendry does not intend to come with her back to Winterfell, unaware that the bulk of her family is at Riverrun, and confronts him about it.
Davos asks why Gendry trusted Melisandre, to which the blacksmith admits he's never been with a beautiful naked woman, so he was overwhelmed and wasn't thinking. Davos then frees Gendry, explaining that the best place to hide would be right under the Lannisters' noses. He send Gendry back to King's Landing in a rowboat, the only way to discreetly leave Dragonstone, although Gendry admits he doesn't know how to swim and has never been in a rowboat before. Davos gives him a stash of supplies and tells him to just keep sailing west for several days, to avoid patrols from either the Lannisters or Stannis.
After smuggling Tyrion Lannister into King's Landing near the Red Keep to meet with his brother Jaime, Ser Davos Seaworth, now a principal advisor to the King in the North Jon Snow, finds Gendry in a smithy on the Street of Steel. Joking that he thought Gendry might still be rowing by then, Gendry confirms that no one has given him a second glance and realizes that Davos has come to bring him for something important. Having never been happy with serving the family who murdered his father and tried to kill him, Gendry explains that he's been preparing for such a moment and readily agrees to come with him.
An unknown person - presumably Varys - paid for his apprenticeship to Mott. Gendry is in his mid-teens, a powerfully-built and strong lad who shows great promise as a blacksmith. He knows very little about his mother; she worked in an alehouse and died when he was little. She had yellow hair, and sometimes she used to sing to him. He doesn't bear the bastard surname of Waters, traditionally employed in the Crownlands, because he was not openly acknowledged by Robert. 041b061a72