Amazing how thoroughly a few rocks can dissect a human body at close range when they have enough gunpower propelling them.the civil war cannon solved the reclamation project. The scene saved the episode
Yeah, she put in there rocks and it's a legitimate "if-in-need" ammo. Nothing prevents you from using it, the rocks might not crack, if they don't have fissures in there. So even gravel should be efficient enough, but you only have one shot and you create a super loud noise. Where she got the blackpowder and how did she know the right amount, I don't know, but I'm willing to let it go just for those giggles.Amazing how thoroughly a few rocks can dissect a human body at close range when they have enough gunpower propelling them.
Those eyes were super weird. To me they were reflecting and looked very strange.The reanimated head still seemed enraged that its quarries weren't putting their hands up.
"While we're giving them the Fear the Walking Dead version of a happy ending, we wanted to be clear that it wasn't going to be easy," Chambliss said. "We kind of landed on this idea of having Al's interview that she had done with Isabelle to be playing in the background. It spoke to Isabelle's love for Al, that she's in this cabin watching this tape and she's obviously still thinking about her. "But at the same time, it allowed someone to voice all the practical concerns that they would have to face."
Chambliss added: "What that did was it essentially allowed Al to speak to the fact that their love for each other, the fact that they can be together, can outweigh all of those negatives. This is about the best happy ending you can get in the Walking Dead Universe."
Fear the Walking Dead has told its final story with Althea (Maggie Grace) for the "foreseeable future," confirms co-showrunner Ian Goldberg. Season 7 episode "Reclamation" reunites Al and her flighty love interest — AWOL Civic Republic Military pilot Isabelle (Sydney Lemmon) — when the CRM sends a Reclamation Team to eliminate a threat to operational security: Isabelle and Al. Morgan Jones (Lennie James) puts a target on his back to help his friend track down Isabelle at a cabin in the Smoky Mountains, where Al gets something rarely heard of in The Walking Dead Universe: a happy ending to her story.
"The episode that we saw her in with Isabelle, ['Reclamation'], is the last time we're going to see Al on Fear for the foreseeable future. We really wanted to give her that rarest of things in the Walking Dead Universe, which is a happy ending," Goldberg said on Talking Dead. "So we got very excited and were just thrilled with how the episode turned out and her reunion with Isabelle, and then just sort of deciding to throw caution to the wind and embrace their love for each other and hit the wild blue yonder of whatever comes next."
"But they're out there, and we hope — there is more story to tell with them and we hope we get to see more of them," added Goldberg. "But for now that's Al's goodbye."
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