The back half of this season of Fear the Walking Dead hasn’t really inspired me to write about individual episodes but I’ll still do a write-up of Season 3.2 if for no other reason than it does set up some potential crossover points with the original show.
At this point I’m much more interested in the post-apocalyptic Western of Fear the Walking Dead than Rick’s struggle with Negan on The Walking Dead. This week’s midseason finale brings back a familiar face who plays an important role in the showdown over the Broke Jaw Ranch.
Jeremiah Otto is flawed but he does drop some quotable lines. This week’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead is about the reactions to the events of last week. We also learn that after TEOTWAWKI a lawyer can still be a dangerous adversary.
On this week’s Fear the Walking Dead we have two road trips. One is a return to a place I wasn’t expecting to see again and the other is a reminder that TEOTWAWKI is a good time to settle old scores. Also Nick, Luciana, and Alicia try to figure out their places in their new circumstances.
If you saw the end of last week’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead then you could probably guess what this week’s episode would be about. Someone has a chance at a new start and a new face is added to the cast.
The title of this week’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead “TEOTWAWKI” is short for “The end of the world as we know it.” The situation in Fear the Walking Dead (and of course The Walking Dead) certainly qualifies as an example. This week we get a better look at a group prepared for TEOTWAWKI.
I didn’t even realize the third season of Fear the Walking Dead was going to premiere last night until I noticed it while scrolling through my cable channel guide yesterday afternoon. Since I stuck with the show this far I went ahead and watched the double episode premiere.
Blood, guts, babies, kisses. This episode was eventful, so come discuss, because I kinda loved everything about it. If you hated it, that’s OK, I have enough love to give. Spoilers in the comments.
Hey! There’s other shows besides Game of Thrones. Not that they matter, but they exist damnit! Let’s react fear the Walking Dead. Spoilers ahead.
That question came to mind early on when I was watching Fear The Walking Dead. It underlies much of the first episode for the viewer who knows where things are going. But put yourself in the head of someone in the show’s world. When do you realize that some really freaky shit is happening?