The show really jumps back and forth through time this season, flashing back to the arbitration scenes with Marcia Gay Harden.
It is a wearying carousel of flashing lights and scary expressions pumping up and down in time to the music.
In a new exhibition, Kusama explores her twilight years in bold colors and flashing LED lights.
She axes the terrible contestants while still soothing them, flashing that sweet J.Lo smile, for the sake of our entertainment.
At least when an all-too-real attack came on Wednesday morning, there was only the flashing of blades, not the roar of gunfire.
“You have no right to ask me that,” she said, flashing with resentment.
But he pressed on, flashing his lantern about the granite walls.
Rosies lips were very tight as if she had made up her mind to some bold deed but her flashing eyes showed her excitement.
But he could not keep his nostrils from swelling, or his eyes from flashing.
From right and left, in all directions along the country road, came the flashing of lights and little knots of hurrying people.
late 14c., from flasken (c.1300) "to dash or splash" (as water), probably imitative. Related: Flashed; flashing. Sense of "give off a sudden burst of light or flame" is 1540s. Flash flood is from 1940. Flash card is from 1923. Flash cube (remember those?) is from 1965.
1560s, from flash (v.); originally of lightning. Meaning "first news report" is from 1857. Meaning "photographic lamp" is from 1913. The comic book character dates to 1940. Flash in the pan (1809) is from old-style guns, where the powder might ignite in the pan but fail to spark the main charge.