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The single is produced by Dr. Dre and fellow Aftermath producer Mel-Man. Dre's verse was written by then Aftermath artists Hittman, The D.O.C. and Ms. Roq. The single's title harks back to Dre's and Snoop Dogg's smash hit "Nuthin' But a "G" Thang" from Dre's 1992 solo debut The Chronic, in which Snoop Dogg instructs listeners at the end of the chorus to "just chill till the next episode". That line refers to the song "It's My Thing" from the EPMD album Strictly Business, which in fact did not refer to this single but to its predecessor, a song from 1993 originally recorded for Doggystyle but not included in its final version. Snoop, Dre, and Nate each have verses, while Kurupt shares the hook with Snoop and Dre. The song has many references to 2Pac's "California Love", which he did with Dre while at Death Row Records, and To Live & Die in LA. Originally listed on the back cover of Doggystyle as "Tha Next Episode", the original version of the song was by Snoop Dogg featuring Dr. Dre, and had a much different beat and different lyrics. The original was 4:36 long, and referred to Dre's "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang" numerous times. The background of the original was later used in Warren G's "Runnin' Wit No Breaks" on the Regulate...G Funk Era album.
At 10 p.m. ET, which is South Park's usual slot, the third episode of Mike Judge's Beavis and Butt-Head, the animated series in which creator Mike Judge has resurrected his classic duo, Beavis and Butt-Head, will air instead.
So far, season 6's episodes have dropped on Adult Swim on consecutive Sundays at 11 p.m. ET/PT. The first part of the season followed the adventures of Rick, Morty, Summer, Beth, Space Beth and Jerry. At the end of episode 6 -- the most recent one that ran on Oct. 9 -- Rick announced he has fixed portal travel after putting it off during the season.
Rick and Morty's sixth season is expected to eventually hit HBO Max and Hulu (for those without Hulu + Live TV). In 2018, Adult Swim renewed Rick and Morty for 70 episodes. When season 6 wraps up, we'll have seen 30 of those.
Up until a few days ago, whenever I played an episode of a podcast, it would automatically play the next episode afterwards. Now it either just stops, when an episode is done, or it plays the same episode again.
I am not sure if something changes recently in the queuing behavior for podcasts--i.e., pressing play from a single episode vs pressing play from the podcast itself. Regardless, I now know that if I want all future episodes to be added to the queue, I need to press play from the podcast itself, not from a single episode.
We tried this at our end and with Autoplay turned on the next episode of a podcast would start. We feel that this is most likely caused by damaged app files. To that end, could you perform a clean reinstall and letting us know if the issue persists?
I am having this same issue And I have tried all of the solutions that were mentioned above including the clean re-install. When I go to the queue while the podcast is playing the next episodes are there but they do not automatically play when the current episode finishes. This only seems to happen with podcasts and not music.
Titans season 4, episode 3 premieres on HBO Max on Thursday, November 10, at 3 am Eastern Standard Time, 2 am Central Time, and 12am Pacific Standard Time. As of now, the times and dates will remain the same throughout, with new episodes releasing weekly for the next four weeks.
However, unlike Harley Quinn on HBO Max, Titans will adopt a formula that the likes of Netflix have been experimenting with (and one more familiar with TV networks like The CW). Instead of all 12 episodes at once, there will be a break after episode 6 of Titans.
The first six episodes will debut before they take a midseason break after December 1. During that time, season 4 of Doom Patrol will begin. The second half of season 4 of Titans will debut some time in 2023. Stay tuned to Bam Smack Pow for more on that.
While set to Play Next Episode, Channels will show a card describing the next episode. It will give you a countdown until it starts playing. Pressing the back button will cancel Auto Play. Clicking will jump to the next episode right away.
While set to Prompt, Channels will show the same card describing the next episode. You can select the card to automatically jump to the next episode. If you do nothing, your current episode will end as usual.
Meanwhile, Kat starts web-camming properly and making a good amount of money from it. Ironically, she heads off to Daniel's Halloween party dressed as a nun, while Rue feels left out as the only sober one, sensing that something is off with Jules. The way she conveys this sickening knot in her stomach is extremely well written and, throughout the episode, we see through her sober lens the damage this is to doing her.
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The Mandalorian season 3 has delivered on all fronts so far. A major cameo from Star Wars royalty, a Beskar-centric mystery, and a significant triumph for Bo-Katan. What next? The Mandalorian season 3, episode 6, of course.
We've got everything you need to know about The Mandalorian season 3 release schedule below, so you can keep up to speed with the new episodes as they release. Watching the moment an episode is available is the only way to avoid those pesky spoilers, after all.
The Mandalorian season 3, episode 6 is releasing on Disney Plus on April 5. It officially drops at midnight Pacific/3:00 AM Eastern in the US and at 8:00 AM BST in the UK (a reminder that both the US and UK are now on Daylight Savings). However, episodes can be available up to 10-15 minutes early.
The Mandalorian season 3, like the prior two seasons, will consist of eight episodes. Two episodes have currently aired, meaning there's six left. Here is the full release schedule, including the release dates of each episode.
A pattern I very frequently encounter is being on the playlist and wanting to download the next episode of a show and insert it on the playlist immediately after the current episode. This requires me to remember what episode I'm on, go back to the podcast show list, open the show, scroll down to the new episode, download it, add it to the playlist, and then drag it up to where I want it. Instead, I'd like to just have a single "download next episode and queue after this" option that I can execute from the playlist. 041b061a72