But Victor doesn't know that Charlie is alive. He knows that there is a group of people, he might want to save.When he finds out Charlie is alive will he attempt to take her or will he not want her to see what he has become?
I wasn't crying, there was something in my eye, poor Rufus. I don't think he was scared of him turning, think it was more him not being able to survive his injury.
How did you guess?But Victor doesn't know that Charlie is alive. He knows that there is a group of people, he might want to save.
I see. So it was mercy. Without his nose what kind of life he would have had? By the way did you scream at tellie for him to get away from the box?
No, it's a post-apocalyptic survival struggle. The walkers were at the root of the downfall, but now seem more like a nuisance than a horror unless weaponized en masse by survivors. Victor is only the latest to use them as ring of protection around his fortress.classing Fear or TWD as horror would be wrong. They aren't full blown zombie shows either as we've seen some episodes, where the producers almost forgot the Dead.
Most of Sarah's lines seemed melodramatic to me, but that might have been the fault of the writers.Mo Collins is an amazing actress, but internally she must have been feeling it too when her stuff had ended on cutting room floor.
I suspect that the pilot may have been Maggie's love interest, and she been more concerned about saving Maggie than the others. Didn't that helicopter seem a bit smallish to carry so many passengers ahead of an imminent nuclear fireball?They are alive. Thanks Helicopter People. I wasn't so sure it would happen as being in one, when the blasts goes off is a bad place to be.
Yeah, that much-anticipated epic battle between Morgan and Victor really fizzled into a "ha-ha, nobody gets in or out of my tower without my permission" from Victor. The fight between Josiah and Morgan was better -- right up until Josiah attempted to hold Morgan down while he got his dead brother's angry head out of his box for revenge.Man, what a twist. Morgan vs the bounty hunter/ranger. This was much better confrontation
and a very good fight, then the one I had in my mind.
I can't recall any species other than humans turning into walkers, and like @nixie, I thought the dog's injuries would not have been life-threatening.I feel sorry for the dog. What I don't get is why Jociel felt that he needed to put the dog down, when we haven't seen undead varieties.
Maybe this is what's left of Amazon. They're programmed to deliver, no matter what the circumstances."I got my orders to spread them around?" A Dead Man Delivery Service ltd.
Who are these people, for having barns full Dead as if they are really into the logistic business. As as if this all an internal AMC joke.
You are not the only one. Last season's finale should have been that finale, but it wasn't as AMC keeps hanging on the product, tooth and nail. They are not renewing or refreshing the content as time and again they keep churning around the same topics. It honestly feel repetitious in places.I'm finding these new episodes less than satisfying
I realize that they are rounding up the old gang. I think the only major character still missing is Alicia. I wasn't able to find anything about Alycia Debnam-Carey leaving the show, so I assume she'll reappear soon.
I thought Americans would like it as you have all sorts of towers named after pompous villains, often very rich bastards. So "Victor Tower" for victors and Victor's. And some losers.Morgan leads the whole troop in an assault on Victor Tower (I like that name, @ctg)
The walkers were at the root of the downfall, but now seem more like a nuisance than a horror unless weaponized en masse by survivors. Victor is only the latest to use them as ring of protection around his fortress.
I've wondered how he is getting in and out. Tunnel?
If you remember recent Afganistan withdrawal, one of the military cargo planes were stacked with over five hundred people. It struggled to take off and to do landing, but it made the trip. Same thing goes for the Vietnam operation. Bell H1 can take fifteen guys and still lift. So it has some ooomph under the hood. No bigs.Didn't that helicopter seem a bit smallish to carry so many passengers ahead of an imminent nuclear fireball?
ROFL ... fair enough.Maybe this is what's left of Amazon. They're programmed to deliver, no matter what the circumstances.
Maybe, it's just how can one man get a horde to load at the back in an orderly fashion. I doubt the Dead are listening to those instructions. LOLWouldn't it make more sense to run a pickup and disposal service for deactivated walkers?
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