Overall impression of TWD 804
Let’s start things out by saying that this was an episode with some huge ups and downs. There were several moments that had fans cheering and others that may have left others scratching their heads in confusion.
Everything that happened with The Kingdom was amazing. The King having an identity crisis like we’ve seen with Carol, Tyreese, and Morgan is so familiar to us as viewers, but it is crushing to every time we watch it happen.
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The deaths of so many people from The Kingdom, including Shiva, was heartbreaking. Seeing everyone protect Ezekiel from the gunfire as well as Jerry and Carol’s dedication to protecting him made for a fantastic and emotional episode.
Plus, this episode did something very important. It slowed down the pace with some emotional moments and focused more on relationships and character building in one group than fast-paced action at many different locations.
The entire truck race scene was disposable in this episode. It made me feel like the show needed a reason to shove Rick and Daryl in the episode to appease fans who may not have liked the show focusing on just The Kingdom. It totally didn’t work for me.
However, as a whole, this was a good episode with some amazing storytelling and really cool special effects. Even though it did have some flaws, it gets an 8.2 out of 10 this week!
Undead Walking will return next week to give the good, bad, and interesting stuff and thangs from season 8 episode 5 of The Walking Dead next week. But, until then, let us know what you thought about ‘Some Guy’ in the comments section below.