YES--For those who don't want to wait on the idiot 'bots, I found two GLITCH-FREE sources, both good Openload downloads: http://openload.co/f/2fl-E7_ctOI/the.flash.2014.s05e09.internal.720p.web.h264-bamboozle.mkv and http://openload.co/f/AY7F35Q6aWg/The.Flash.2014.S05E09.iNTERNAL.480p.x264-mSD.mkv
GLITCH--Thanks @Kruciphix for the heads up. DOWNLOADERS: It looks like ALL the versions from the AVS, MeGusta, MiNX, XviD streams (which is probably everything here) have the same glitch. (I DL'ed each.) Weird, because I watched live and it wasn't in the broadcast. And I don't see any REPACK or INTERNAL version yet.
If you're referring to Phasma, then as a general rule of thumb you should ignore her military rank. According to SW literature, although she's technically a captain, her true position in the First Order is much higher (more or less on the same level as Hux & Klyo Ren).
***EDITORS*** All the Star Trek Discovery Season 0 ("Short Treks") episodes here are MISNUMBERED. According to IMDb, s0e01 is Runaway, s0e02 is Calypso, s0e03 is the just-released Brightest Star; s0e04 won't be out until Jan. The links HERE for "01" are correct, but are the same as for "02" (or mostly so?--I didn't look at all of them), "03" are for the real 02, and "04" are for the real 03. Some other sites are making the same mistakes.
Watch 999: What's Your Emergency? Online
2012 is the 75th anniversary of the 999 system in the UK, and it's a system creaking under the weight of the British public's emergencies. 999: What's Your Emergency? is a unique series, filmed over an intensive 10 week period with all the emergency services in Blackpool: police , fire and ambulance. But this is unlike any other emergency based series. These films capture the entire process from the moment a call is taken at control to the deployment of the services on the ground. With rig technology inside the emergency vehicles to multiple crews on the ground 24/7, 999: What's Your Emergency? captures in a unique way the issues that face Britain today - from the emergence of new drugs, the despair of domestic violence, the way we parent our children and those, from whatever background, who slip through society's safety net. With unique access to the services and the control centres that deploy them, this is the job seen through the eyes of those at the emergency front line. Raw and un-mediated, compassionate, yet tough minded. This is Britain in extremis.