Rod and Karen discuss Fear The Walking Dead.
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08/25/2019 at 2:44 PM
What up Rod & Karen,
I enjoyed this episode even though it felt more like a filler. I liked the connection between Grace and Morgan, I can see them maybe developing a relationship (if Morgan’s character can let go of the past). It’ll be interesting to see if Dwight letting that guy go will come back to help or haunt them. Anyway, looking forward to the continuation of the story.
Have a good one, peace.
08/23/2019 at 10:39 AM
Hey guys, another great recap!
When I saw this episode I like that we were in a location never done by the twd franchise! Also it didn’t feel gimplish, but I got a bit annoyed with grace at times, especially when you went through hell to get the keys for the urgent care, but then said nah fuck it! I’m also happy they actually gave Dwight something to do! Outside this searching for sherry mission. I can’t wait to see how they incorporate our new negro cast member on the show!
I also agree, niggaz gotta start dying before the finale! Who would u guys not mind seeing die this season? I could maybe grace, or Alicia or luciana! You know what just wipe out all them kids! Lol
Until next time
08/19/2019 at 8:39 AM
Hey Rod & Karen! I really enjoyed tonight’s episode. The creepy mall felt like an old horror movie. I wonder why they didn’t choose to make that place home? I noticed that lady Tess that they rescued last week seems to be an integral part of the caravan. Morgan is falling in love & fighting it. Dwight learned from Negan how to handle aholes. Daniel wanted Dwight to kill that guy. More episodes like this one!
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