Her joy is short lived as she walks through and the camera pans around to reveal… even more nothing. It was also interesting to learn that it was indeed Martha who had been speaking to Morgan on the radio back on. Al jumps out and runs straight to the van with Morgan and June running behind her. Morgan tries to talk her down, but she reminds him that she warned him. Shall we talk about the one it does mostly well first? Martha meant that water for anyone needing help. This show has a way of slowly ruining its characters.
Madison almost reluctantly agrees, because Madison is weird and only really cares about Nick. Madison cũng đã nói ra việc mình đã gián tiếp giết chết Celia như thế nào. But it never went there, and it felt like a missed opportunity. What's even worse is that everyone else had to take a back seat to them. Nick lays it all on the line: regular drug deliveries, on time, in return for the gang leaving them alone. Do they help these poor people, or do they go after Nick? Did they realise they had a gore deficit or something?!!! I can see them bringing Chris back into the story by telling that the bromigo's lied cz they got scared of Chris after he killed, raped and pillaged an entire village. Thank goodness that piece of info dropped.
No one came to help. Remember, Marco was questioning these people to find out where the Colonia was, so he could go take it over and get the drugs. The walkers start to break through the barricade, so Luciana decides to leave it. Travis' extended beatdown and murder of Derek and Brandon was excellently done, as were the consequences of those actions which accidentally took an innocent life. People handle the apocalypse differently on.
Firstly, I continue to enjoy the fact that walking around with guts smeared all over one's self is a semi-constant thing on this show. The car hit him instead. I never really cared about any of the hotel people as characters, but we at least got a few scenes here and there showing us how Alicia was befriending a few of them. Maybe if the season devoted an episode solely to Martha's backstory, it might have done a better job at fleshing out her character and help make better sense of what attributed to her sudden psychotic break. Not that it does him any good. Nick tries to keep the peace, then tries to warn the Colonia that the gangsters are coming for them and then decides to leave. The thing Travis was most frightened about: their gross disloyalty.
I came up with all three in the space of a couple minutes. Fear the Walking Dead's Season 4 finale had one job, basically. Do you think Jim will leave his beer recipe behind with someone? Sarah runs to meet the rest of the group at the elevators. Morgan sees a sign pointing to a hospital. It was resolved by jumping forward in time a few weeks and introducing the army quarantine. Sarah and Jim jump out just before it blows up. Too many things were woefully on-the-nose.
Shooting at Mexicans, perhaps, is the point. Nationalism, bigotry and jingoistic nonsense still rule the roost even after the end of the world. More often than not, this show zigs when it should zag, to put it plainly, and a lot of the choices the main characters make either don't make sense from a motivation standpoint or they feel too naive given the dire state of the world. Morgan fights off two walkers, while one of the walkers attacks Jim. They turned on Chris as soon as he was injured - their infamous M. Needless to say, I'm happy things turned out the way they did for them. In the first season, we had the initial outbreak.
The walkers follow them from both sides of the hall. This is a very weird episode because it serves one plot, mostly, very well the other two pretty badly. If he goes, she goes. That is why the rapid fire of information about Wendell and Sarah had me a bit concerned. Just from Season 1 alone we know how dangerous refugee camps and quarantine zones can be. To show them the king he's always talking about. Travis apologises for being a terrible step-dad and Alicia, because she remains the smartest person in the show, accepts his apology.
This does not go down well with the Mexican refugees and a near riot ensues. When we're gone, they're all we leave behind. However, things did eventually go their way when Alicia and Charlie stumbled upon John's hat and finding John and Strand across the lake. Morgan and company have walked quite a distance, but the walkers that are following them has increased. Or 80 minutes including commercials. Posts or comments linking to any type of unauthorized distribution of any branch of The Walking Dead franchise will be removed. I really liked how the reveal came about too.
Alejandro, who'd been exposed as a fraud in the first half of the finale, found a bit of redemption by driving the bus out of the gateway and releasing the walkers, but there was no real conflict. They get out the gas can and start walking. The group tells him to go his own way, they are following Morgan. He even tried to sign up for the Marines, but they denied him for obvious reasons. To be fair, so did most of this half-season. Chắc chắn anh sẽ không biến mất trong season 3, và hướng đi thế nào cho nhân vật này sắp tới sẽ là điều khá đáng để mong chờ. Morgan starts to feel guilty, but June knows he will get them out safely.