Fear the Walking Dead
Fear the Walking Dead
Fear the Walking Dead 's Alicia, she was covered in radioactive walker blood it was safe, if not unpleasant, to assume that she was a goner. But it turned out that rumors of her death were greatly exaggerated. Not only did they survive Sunday's midseason finale, so did everybody else. Of course, that's not life-changing developments.
'A NUCLEAR PLANT IS MELTING DOWN, BUT I DID JUST HAVE A HOT SHOWER SO THERE IS THAT' | As Is Is Anybody Out There ?, Logan began writing Clayton's journal. What did it mean? Of course, the course could not have been cared less about Polar Bear's altruistic plan, which he just wanted to know at the location of which he was producing gasoline (an especially hot commodity, what with so much going bad in the years following the apocalypse). Meanwhile, Alicia showered off those nuclear guts and scoffed at Grace's assurance that she'd be fine. Well, "you do not know that you will not be," Grace argued. Well, OK, then!
At the truck stop, June told Dylan that, despite all the bad they had seen, they thought they were good ̵
'WE NEED TO LOSE THE DEAD WEIGHT NOW' | Too far from the truck stop in time for takeoff on foot, john and dwight's car conked out – some of that aforementioned bad gas. But at least they were back in the radio range, so John could not give just that, no matter what. And no sooner had he gotten June's tearful promise from the walkie-talkie died. Dagnabbit! Luckily, "a note painted on a tree" – he gave the bright idea to Sherry's car. At that moment, Morgan radioed that everyone had come to the plane immediately – his, Grace and Alicia's attempt to lead the way.
As Al and Beach got the plane started, he took a moment to tell Alicia, "She'd be proud of you." "Not just of me, "Alicia replied. And I can not believe I let this show emotionally manipulate the way it does! Subtle, it is not. Ultimately, John and Dwight made it to the plane at Sherry's car just in the nick of time to take off with June and everyone else. As they flew over the mountains, the view took away at Strand's breath. But it's not the prettiest thing I've seen since the end of everything, "said Al. (At least I think those were exact words.) In any case, it's a nice throwback to Isabelle and much more sensitive than Al's middle-of-a-crisis heart-to-heart with June.)
'I'M GONNA GO THROW UP NOW' | During the bumpy flight, Morgan reiterated to Alicia that's going forward, they were going to have their own lives, too; Grace broke Morgan's stick in half so that he could safely keep it; and John tied a candy wrapper into an engagement ring to pop the June issue. When she's flat on the runway, Wendy is tripping over the plug to the Christmas lights. "We're flying blind!" Cried Al. Wendell hurled himself out of his wheelchair and dragged himself out of his wheelchair in an attempt to plug the lights back in. Perhaps as a reward for his selflessness and bravery, perhaps because the walkers were not all that hungry, he was not asking.
Morgan was as surprised as I was that he got to say, "We're all still standing." Metaphorically standing in Wendell's case, but we knew what he meant. Right and left, there were happy reunions, including at last one between Alicia and Daniel. Morgan even received a call from a woman in need of assistance. What is Season 5A really on this upbeat a note? Pretty much. Clayton's "oil refinery," for lack of a better term, says: "First, Logan, What's going on?" Why should they trust him? 1. The convoy he'd been with initially would kill all of them if they even knew he was there. 2. "I got s- I gotta make up for, too." And 3. if they did not let him take them there, the convoy would beat 'em to it.
So, do you believe that Alicia is really going to be OK? Would you trust Logan? And what did you think of the high-flying midseason final overall?