#Walking FTWD: Season 5: 12 Ner Tamid 09/01/2019 / rodimusprime / 4 Comments Rod and Karen discuss Fear The Walking Dead. Walking: (Protected Content) #Walking, Premium Content Previous post 1949: Chicken Related Violence Next post 1950: 17 Years Down 4 Comments rodimusprime (Post author) 09/08/2019 at 9:41 PM Hey Karen! Hey Rod! I know y’all are the only place where I can go to say this: Dwight is putting all of his years of studying at the Negan School of Torture & Assholery to waste. He could have dealt with Logan with a few well placed roadblocks and a solid wooden weapon. As an aside, the ‘labor exchange program’ I thought would happen in the flagship TWD is happening NOW on FTWD at this oil place. With the right white man in charge, I knew forced labor would soon come. Ms. Smart Log in to Reply fyahworks 09/04/2019 at 10:32 PM My favorite recap specialists, Howdy, This episode definitely felt filler-ish/ the check ain’t clear for our budget! The rabbi definitely reminded me of a Jewish version of Gabe! And that I had an issue with! This stinks of gimple, and we don’t need these shows mirroring each other! What would be the point? I also feel that Logan has to be the wackest trash ass villain we’ve had in the twd franchise! He don’t make me hate him, the way I have felt for negan at a time. They gotta do better overall! Maybe he will step his villain up towards the end! I don’t know about y’all, but I’m ready for some death! Keep up the good work!!! Fyahworks Log in to Reply Tootietaurus 09/02/2019 at 2:27 PM Hi Rod & Karen, Happy TBGWT Day! And Happy Wedding Anniversary! This episode was meh. I don’t care about this oil anymore. I totally feel like there was more to the story than what the Rabbi said. I did enjoy the moments between Sarah and Dwight. Based on the previews I am wondering if Wendell will make it out of the next episode? Thanks for the recap. –Karena aka Tootietaurus Log in to Reply Selester63 09/02/2019 at 12:04 AM What up Rod & Karen, The circumstances that the Rabbi’s congregation died does seem kind of suspect. I wonder if it was a Jim Jones type mass suicide situation. I’m guessing that Logan and his “dick squad” would try to take over the oil fields and that’s why our crew is trying to keep them away. But they had to realize the oil field location would eventually be discovered so why not work out an agreement to share it. I enjoy the show, but this plot has been kind of meh. Have a good one, peace. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.