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Discussion in 'The Walking Dead & Fear The Walking Dead' started by Kane52630, Feb 15, 2016.
Run him down!!!
How the heck did he catch up to the truck and get on top of it?
Oh ****!! LMAO!!!!
I'm loving Jesus.
That was one big spider! Shivers......
I didn't expect this episode too be this funny.
I'm glad Spencer did it.
all that trouble getting the truck back and they lost it all in the lake...
Poor Jesus is gonna have quite the headache.
Release some tension!
Haha, Jesus sees all.
Guess that answered that, lol
Jesus got a bit of a show.
Had to laugh where Rick's hand was though.
Great fun episode. Next week looks incredible.
It's fine by me.
Ikr. The Rick/Daryl/Jesus scenes had me rolling
Yeah I'm glad that it finally happened.
Fun show lol
Manly tears were shed in this dojo
This was a good episode. It might be in my top three favorites of this season so far along with last week's and the Wolf attack episode. I was never really a [BLACKOUT]Richonne shipper but I'll admit I was happy to see them get together. They both needed it. And I guess it was bound to happen since Andrea is no longer around on the show.[/BLACKOUT]
I enjoyed this episode, which honestly shouldve been the mid-season premiere, imo. It was also a more fitting episode for valentines day than No Way Out.
Even though they kept her hidden from viewers I figured that walker (Carl and Enid saw) was Deanna. One of the cryptic images from TWD banner for 6b partially showed a walker (which some speculated was Deanna) being held back by Michonne. But I wonder how walker Deanna disappeared for two months unnoticed by anyone in the ASZ, but Spencer. There shouldnt had been anything left of her except scraped over bones since we last saw living Deanna having a screaming match while being overrun by walkers.
Jesus is an interesting character so far. Hes a very skillful stealthy ninja/escape artist. Even with his arms and legs tied he somehow managed to get on the roof of that tractor trailer Rick and Daryl were driving away with. As well as escaped from his cell in the ASZ and into Ricks bedroom at the end
I hated seeing that tractor trailer with the food and supplies sinking in that lake. Rick and Daryl shouldve left Jesus alone after forcing him off the roof. The food and supplies were more important. Aside from meeting Jesus it seemed like a wasted trip for Rick and Daryl.
I dont know how I feel about "Richonne". Well see what direction the writers will take that, but Id rather theyre relationship stayed platonic.
As much as I wanted a time jump I feel that skipping two months (after the aftermath of that walker herd invasion) ignored some loose ends from the past couple of episodes e.g. the conflict between Carol and Morgan, whatever it is thats happening between Abe and Sasha, etc. Hopefully some of these loose ends will be explored somewhere down the line this season.
I enjoyed this episode and am looking forward to next week's where hopefully we'll get a better understanding of this Jesus character and his proclamation to Rick and co. about the world getting bigger for them.