Season 9 Episode 7 "Stradivarius" Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'The Walking Dead & Fear The Walking Dead' started by Man in the Suit, Nov 18, 2018.

  1. Man in the Suit

    Man in the Suit Greeting

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    Written by Vivian Tse
    Directed by Michael Cudlitz
     
  2. Morg

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    Killing the violin was funny but if the dog gets it later I'm going be pissed
     
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    squeekness The mighty squeek!

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    It's always worse when animals get hurt. :( I hope Dog stays okay, too.
     
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    No surprise that Daryl didn't even name his dog anything other than...well, Dog.

    And looks like we won't be seeing Maggie for quite awhile, though unlike Rick, I believe the option is there for her to return to the show at some point in the future.
     
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    Man in the Suit Greeting

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    Daryl naming his dog Dog is the most Daryl thing ever.

    Probably the slowest episode of the season, but it was still good. Felt like a Season 2 or 3 episode where the action slows down to set up something big to happen.

    Bear McCreary's music has been great this season A lot of standout tracks, and I'm glad he moved away from the synth score.
     
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    I found this episode just didn't hold my attention. I need to force myself and that's not a good sign.
     

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