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(Comic Book)   Now that Huck's allegiances have been revealed, the entire season's events are called into question. Is Hope or Iris the asset? Is their father alive? The two-part season finale of The Walking Dead: The World Beyond, 8 PM ET on AMC   (comicbook.com) divider line
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2020-11-29 9:25:41 PM  
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2020-11-29 10:30:04 PM  

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And it's STILL a better love story than Twilight
 
2020-11-29 11:54:21 PM  

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2020-11-30 12:41:10 AM  
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All this for a "smart" kid? fark this
 
2020-11-30 11:03:16 AM  
The Emo Walking Dead. The most interesting parts of this are just few and far between. My "30 sec fwd"  gets hit many times watching this show - I could probably distil each episode into 5 minutes of meaningful plot advancement, without losing any context and at the same time, making it more enjoyable. This is what Quibi should have tackled, but I suspect they would have cut out the wrong parts.

Maybe skipping over I missed something though? Did I see all the Nebraskan colony folks come out of the woods near Syracuse, NY?  Did they travel through a portal or something?

Also, wouldn't it have just been easier to invite Bennet's family to stay with him? I mean, granted, it doesn't have all the twists their current plan has, like planting a spy, destroying a colony, killing a bunch of people, putting your asset in harms way - but it would be much quicker, easier, and everybody comes out a winner.
 
2020-11-30 2:20:24 PM  
Enough people are still watching this that it warrants a thread?
No hate from me if you are among the few that decided to stick with it, but most have moved on.
This thread felt sad so I added a comment.

Note: There's not a single person in here actually discussing the episode.
 
2020-11-30 2:59:29 PM  

LesserEvil: The Emo Walking Dead. The most interesting parts of this are just few and far between. My "30 sec fwd"  gets hit many times watching this show - I could probably distil each episode into 5 minutes of meaningful plot advancement, without losing any context and at the same time, making it more enjoyable. This is what Quibi should have tackled, but I suspect they would have cut out the wrong parts.

Maybe skipping over I missed something though? Did I see all the Nebraskan colony folks come out of the woods near Syracuse, NY?  Did they travel through a portal or something?

Also, wouldn't it have just been easier to invite Bennet's family to stay with him? I mean, granted, it doesn't have all the twists their current plan has, like planting a spy, destroying a colony, killing a bunch of people, putting your asset in harms way - but it would be much quicker, easier, and everybody comes out a winner.


It's not like they could have had the Eagles  fly them to Mord.... Er, Syracuse.
 
2020-11-30 3:05:55 PM  

Optimus Primate: Enough people are still watching this that it warrants a thread?
No hate from me if you are among the few that decided to stick with it, but most have moved on.
This thread felt sad so I added a comment.

Note: There's not a single person in here actually discussing the episode.


A couple of us did.

Kiler: It's not like they could have had the Eagles  fly them to Mord.... Er, Syracuse.


Yeah, short of the Civic Whatever taking them in, which... what is the point? I thought they were the ones who cracked open the campus' security fence to let the zombie horde in and kill them all. Nothing is explained well, and here we are at the end of it all.
 
2020-11-30 3:19:50 PM  

LesserEvil: Optimus Primate: Enough people are still watching this that it warrants a thread?
No hate from me if you are among the few that decided to stick with it, but most have moved on.
This thread felt sad so I added a comment.

Note: There's not a single person in here actually discussing the episode.

A couple of us did.

Kiler: It's not like they could have had the Eagles  fly them to Mord.... Er, Syracuse.

Yeah, short of the Civic Whatever taking them in, which... what is the point? I thought they were the ones who cracked open the campus' security fence to let the zombie horde in and kill them all. Nothing is explained well, and here we are at the end of it all.


I'm about 30 min into the finale... It's pretty much following the standard for TWD of doing the dumbest thing possible in a situation.

I'm still trying to figure out the point of this show. It has some decent parts, but I'm mostly whelmed, neither over or under. People still don't know how to deal with Walkers.
 
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