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Comments (7)
  1. My favorite scene was the one right at the end, where Rick Shoots Pete. I think that this scene really showed how the apocalypse has changed Rick. Before he was a cop, didn’t take justice into his own hands. His mentality has really changed from his “you kill, you die” motto. As well, it showed the contrast between Rick and Morgan; Rick will kill if anyone threatens him or his group, but Morgan thinks all life is precious, not killing the two men who threatened him.

  2. What was up with the guy being eaten by the walker on Father Gabriel’s walk? I have trouble believing that someone who has survived this long, and come all the way to Alexandria on his own, would be taken down by a single zombie so close to the gate. Also, what good are Alexandria’s scouts if they’re missing people that close to the walls?

  3. Hey Chris and Jason,

    I was wondering, will you guys review episodes of the companion series, Fear The Walking Dead?

    I really hope you do, I love listening to your show and think it would so awesome to hear from you guys what your thoughts are on both shows.

    Pierre, South Dakota

  4. All in all I thought this was an edge-of-your-seat finale. I haven’t felt this tense watching The Walking Dead in a long time.

    However, I was a bit disappointed with the ending. The way Norman Reedus talked about it, I was expecting something truly gut-wrenching to happen to one of the major characters, but it all turned out pretty well for them.

    I just hope the next season starts where this one left off and we don’t have several off-screen months elapse in the mean time, as we have in previous season premiers. I want to see Morgan getting reacquainted with Rick – I want to see Morgan’s reaction to what just happened. I want to see what effect this dose of reality has on the Alexandrians.

    Thanks for a great podcast, I’ve been hanging out for it each week.

    Perth, Australia

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