අද කොටස දුන්නට පස්සේ තව කොටස් හයයි තියෙන්නේ. If a producer has to come on a talk show and explain plot points, then the writing isn't all that great to begin with. පස්වෙනි එක පටන් ගන්න කලින් සේරම ලබාදෙන්න උපරිම උත්සහ කරනවා. Why would Alicia and Charlie think that anyone recently alive would even be on the bus? So when Charlie was imploring that they have to save them, I thought that's who she was talking about. The smoke would most likely downdraft back into the house.
Besides being a boring episode that is so over wrought and cliché, Alicia's weapon is about as impractical as you can get. Regardless, we do seem to have very similar thoughts on the subject. The major flaw was that the point of this episode - Alicia and Charlie bonding - was so telegraphed. Maybe that walker used to be a locksmith and he picked the lock? And I say that as someone who doesn't hate Charlie, can see her point of view, and like the actress. I was afraid they were going to reveal was good ole walker Nick who saved them.
Neither of the panelists, who watched the episode, realized that. One man tells them to stay on the tracks because there is a place that is safe for the children following the tracks. Maggie decides to open the door to see if Glenn is in the bus. There were some good moments in the episode but also an equal amount of badly written moments. We were apparently supposed to recognize it as a callback to the midseason finale and Madison's interminable story about the dying bird to Althea and see that it reminded Alicia of her.
Meanwhile, Glenn awakes in the prison alone and finds Tara completely wiped out. I think the show runner guy whoever that guy was also explained that the dead bird clogging up the chimney is what killed the family in the house??? Also, this was very character drama heavy episode but I think both actresses did well. Out of the blue, Carol appears and save the girls that are surrounded by walkers. But other than that, there was no debris on the property after the storm that I recall. Even her name is evocative of the boy we lost. Oh so it was that bus. I lived along the Gulf Coast in Texas for many years, and at least in the newer neighborhoods, I don't recall any of the homes having cellar doors.
Maggie is seeking out Glenn with Sasha and Bob. But this ain't some Once Upon a Time fairytale, showrunners. Of course if a bunch of walkers are around that could be problematic. Sorry icemiser, I seem to have repeated what you said, I agree with all your other points as well, not a great episode, why would people live in busses and trucks when there are thousands of houses, with beds, bathrooms, kitchens and strong brick walls to utilise and hide behind? Not only was I unable to recognize what the blob was in the fireplace Alicia kept looking at, but I didn't stop to consider that the bird clogged the fireplace, killing the family. I couldn't even tell it was a bird, I thought it was a raccoon.
I especially love the one particular walker that Alicia stabbed with her knife like weapon, where the blade went so far through the top of the walker's skull, it didn't even look anything close to the length of the weapon that she was using. But he seems like a nice person in his personal life, which is good. So I´m very happy the writers are going there, instead of Charlie living as a surrogate daughter with John and Laura. I made a similar point above. I sometimes pick up on these small details on my own, sometimes not. All episodes uploaded at best and good video hosts and file hosts like : openload.
Edited August 22, 2018 by SnarkyTart I haven't read any of the other posts in this thread yet. I have to join the club of people who had no idea what the thing in the fireplace was. I didn't realize it either. I don't know how that would be possible. It seems that Tara will join the group. Alicia and Charlie don't seem to have realized yet that because it's this franchise that nobody was home because everybody went tearing off in different directions into the storm.
I must have changed the channel or dozed off before they got that far into it. The lip on the one door that has it wasn't even bent. Given how both series seem to love to kill off horses, I am surprised a horse didn't fall out of the chimney. The quick turnaround Alicia had with regards to Charlie was ridiculous. Now and recent past, on both shows? Don't know if you caught that or not. That has been a problem with both series.
So when Charlie was imploring that they have to save them, I thought that's who she was talking about. I'm not opposed to her and Alicia bonding. As I've said many times over the years, if you can't write it clear enough that I can get what you were going for without a followup show to tell me what the point is, you're failing at your job. I get that the writers probably think the sharpened flash suppressor of a. I thought that the house was Charlie's own house and the people may have been her people.
It wasn't on the screen too awful long. Oh and q0 year old Charlie is able to lift Alicia's dead weight onto a sled, drag her back across the yard, and haul her up the stairs and into the living room? At least that would have made Alicia a little more interesting, knowing she would take the little brother-murdering psychopath's coat away from her and burn it. Alicia and Charlie don't seem to have realized yet that because it's this franchise that nobody was home because everybody went tearing off in different directions into the storm. Also, this was very character drama heavy episode but I think both actresses did well. And I didn't associate it with Madison's little birdie story from a couple weeks ago. I don't know who writes for this shit show, but they are no better, and arguably worse than all of the previous writers.