- “I can be really spiteful like that.” Haven’t we all taken that path at some point?
- “I have to call you something so just gonna call you Happy.” #subtle
- “I don’t stay in the car. That rule’s kept me alive even before people were eating each other’s faces.” Yup! Roll with your gut, Al.
- “I’m gonna hang on to this for my operational security.” #zinger
Did anyone else think it humorous as Al and Isabelle parted ways in a most awkward manner? I think we’ve all been there – unable to easily disconnect from someone after sharing a deeply personal moment, kinda like middle school. I’m no shipper but I sense a real power couple in the making.
If they had to throw in some rock climbing, couldn’t they have taken a path further away from that hanging walker? Yes, the hanging walker probably scouted and took the best path back in the day but my combined fear of zombies and heights had my knees aching and my eyes firmly covered by my hands. IMHO, as someone with a deep and abiding fear of heights, that whole rock climbing adventure could have been cut.
The most puzzling concept in Episode 5.5, however, was that a group of people whose purpose is to rebuild the future is a group that should inspire fear. Yes, they’re working on something extraordinary, something bigger than everyone, but maybe our survivor group and others have valuable knowledge that could prove useful. Did the helicopter people think of that? What are they SO_afraid of, huh?
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