The Talking Dead #237: “Here’s Not Here” Feedback

It’s our feedback show for The Walking Dead season 6 episode 4, “Here’s Not Here”. Is Morgan a Jedi or a Ninja Turtle? Was this episode misplaced within season 6? Who would Jason recast as Rick? Tune in for the answers to these questions and a lot more!


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One comment on “The Talking Dead #237: “Here’s Not Here” Feedback

  1. Caydence James says:

    Morgan: You had the knife, you had the gun. You KNOW you’re supposed to!

    You guys mention that you didn’t know why Morgan kept saying this. In my opinion, when Morgan’s saying this he is grieving about his wife and son and is basically chastising himself because of the decision he made and the subsequent outcome of that situation.
    See, one of the reasons why he’s lost his mind is because when everythign went to ‘hell in a handbasket’ and Morgan saw his wife as a walker walking around outside their house, he had a knife and he had a gun. Still, even though he had a chance, he chose not to use either of those things to de-animate his wife. As a result, his walker wife later on ends up killing their child. This is what weighs on his conscience, so when he’s walking around saying,”You had the knife, you had the gun. You know you were supposed to” he’s talking about how he had the means to de-animate his wife and save his son and HE KNEW HE WAS SUPPOSED TO but he didn’t! He’s grieving over the loss of his family and price he paid for the decision he made and when he keeps thinking/mumbling about it, it’s almost like he’s trying to remind himself of his mistake.
    I think the reason why he’s decided to “clear” everyone is because in his lunacy he is trying to redeem himself by killing any and everyone. In his mind, he views everyone as a potential danger and he feels that if he “clears” them, then he won’t make the same mistake that he made with his wife – which is to neglect to clear the what could potentially become a danger later on.

    That’s my take on it anyway.

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