That again made me wonder why Teddy's cult is wasting time and resources eliminating other communities if the grand plan is to create a nuclear wasteland. Just killing time while searching for the key?
Not easy in our world, perhaps, but in the chaotic Walking Dead alternate reality? Who's going to be updating launch codes and accounting for keys?Thing is and I already explained it before, a nuclear launch is not an easy thing to do even if you had the key. Also they key in her dream was copper, while the one Morgan was carrying was metal colour.
"What I saw... they weren't my last moments," Grace realizes. "They were hers. I thought it was going to be different. But it was just a dream. It was just a dream."
"Roy Orbison sings in the song about ‘in dreams, I walk with you,’ and that's what we've seen her do with Athena. So for Grace to be listening to that, she's manifesting this idea that 'all I have to do is get through this, and then that dream can happen,'" co-showrunner Ian Goldberg explains on Fear the Walking Dead: Episode Insider. "And of course, the devastating part is everything she experiences is ultimately only a dream, and that none of it's going to come to pass in reality."
In reality, Goldberg explains, "Grace knows from her experience working in the power plant that often pregnant moms, the radiation exposure they have will go to the baby. And it was something that she believed based on the dream that maybe it was the opposite, where she absorbed it all and the baby didn't get it. You know, her initial instinct turned out to be right."
"The moment when Lennie put the baby in my arms, it just broke me," David told Decider about filming Athena's death scene, released online in the video above. "You know, I've done a lot of research, I talked to my family, my dearest friends who have been through this, I sat through copious amounts of interviews with different families who were so brave and courageous to talk about their experiences of infancy loss. My tears were for all of them. My tears were for my family, my tears were for my dearest friends. I cried hard for them. And it wasn't really acting in that moment."
"It just broke me," David said. "But to be surrounded by such an incredibly supportive and loving crew you know, even Ramon [Engle] and Kris [Hardy], our cameramen, AD cameraman, they were right there with me. They were there, like they said, 'we've got you Karen, we got you, you don't have to worry about a thing. You just do what you have to do.' The whole crew just kept coming up to me right from day one giving me hugs and cheering me on saying, 'We love you. We love Grace.'"
Well, as always and I don't know why, but the dream scenes seems to be the weakest ones in any series.
Me too. In Star Trek: TNG, Star Trek: DS9 and Stargate-SG1, they remain the weakest episodes. Writers seem to love them though. They can show scenes and put characters in situations that couldn't happen any other way, but it isn't real; the audience dismisses it because they know it isn't real. In the end, it seems like a waste of time and just a missed episode, when the real story could have been advanced further instead.I'm with you on the dream thing.
Yes, I remembered the key from earlier. There is also the nuclear sub in the middle of the desert (which may have been a dry river bed and could be something to do with the dam not containing any water???)The key. Dave was right. It's the nuclear Armageddon that Teddy wants.
This episode seemed to clarify the importance of the much-sought-after key.
Yes, you did say about launch codes.I already explained it before, a nuclear launch is not an easy thing to do even if you had the key.
True, but on the other hand, who is going to have written them down on a pad next to the key. They'll be in a folder inside a locked safe, or in a password protected computer file.Who's going to be updating launch codes and accounting for keys?
That doesn't make much sense does it?That again made me wonder why Teddy's cult is wasting time and resources eliminating other communities if the grand plan is to create a nuclear wasteland. Just killing time while searching for the key?
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