The Walking Dead: Details of Rick's Helicopter Community RevealedFear the Walking Dead finally pulled the curtain back on the community which took Rick Grimes away from the Alexandria area on a helicopter in The Walking Dead's Episode 9x05. Fear the Walking Dead Episode 5x05 dedicated most of its Sunday night hour to uncovering the mystery of the three ring group. While Althea did not ask as many questions as she typically does, some valuable details were dropped regarding the group which has Rick Grimes, as far as the audience knows.
Helicopter Heaven must be the ultimate gated community.Does that make Althea A or B? The Trashlady in the TWD called Rick a B-class person, even though she tried to claim at first that he was A.
I was really looking forward to hearing "Althea's Story" so, yes, this episode was a huge let-down. All we learned about her was her double barrelled surname and that she is gay.If this was intended to tie the series into the coming Grimes films, it didn't do it very well.
Not very much revealed really, though we can make some assumptions.
That whole, "If I tell you then I'd have to kill you," cliche! I could accept that some much bigger plan to save the whole Earth, might require the sacrifice of a few people, but yes,we didn't get anything about the much bigger plan, and therefore cannot make such a judgement. That they have serviced helicopters, and a network of supply and fuel dumps, requires a large organisation, well planned and with good communications.what she said was disturbing as it indicated that the helicopter people doesn't care about the living. Maybe they want the whole Earth for themselves?
It does seem that way. Are you born into this privileged society? Or, can you work your way from a "B" to an "A," which Rick obviously did, only Althea does not measure up. How are the new residents chosen? Is there a committee that takes nominations?Helicopter Heaven must be the ultimate gated community.
Yeah. The reclamation team has to be loads of people, not just one big chopper and murder crows protecting the crew loading in the cache. Besides the point, I don't really get why they have to reclaim anything unless they have a need. A bad one. Nevertheless, the survival manual says to make several caches as a backup. You then move between them and go further, until you reach whatever it is. So, again what is the plan?That they have serviced helicopters, and a network of supply and fuel dumps, requires a large organisation, well planned and with good communications.
They could bring all in one episode, but that could be a choppy and annoying. I rather like what they have done so far, even if it is pissing you off.I'm slightly annoyed, they lost their base to another group, introducing a new antagonist but we have had no follow up yet.
I have same problem but in my case it's because of the stress and the relentless pressure that Viv's condition caused to me. I hope you are not in the same place, because it's not nice. I, however, like that I'm not the only one.Unfortunately I missed a bit of a conversation in the middle because I fell asleep.