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The good stuff from TWD 808
- Carl asking questions. It’s good to see someone questioning Rick’s decisions and trying to bring some humanity back to the people from Alexandria, even though they have suffered so much along the way. It’s not all death and destruction.
- Aaron and Enid work well together. The two actors seem to have a natural ability to draw people in with their conversations and play well off each other. The scenes with them in the car were fantastically done, and I enjoyed those immensely.
- The Saviors mind games. Knocking down trees, knocking at the front door, and Jerry knocking on heaven’s door. This is one gigantic mess for all of the survivors. and forcing the survivors to watch as everything happens is brutal to the mind of Rick’s group and fans alike.
- Gavin is a reluctant bad guy. He just wants to work with everyone to minimize losses and still be able to hold his position. It’s easy to tell he doesn’t want to be a bad guy or kill people who don’t deserve it, and that makes him a fun and unique villain.
- There’s still hope for Eugene. His morality finally shined through and he couldn’t let any of the other events weigh on his conscience anymore. Letting Father Gabriel escape with Dr. Carson was a tough decision for him to make, but he made a decision and it helped out Maggie and Rick’s group.
- General intensity. I haven’t watched an episode of The Walking Dead this intense…maybe ever. I worried about the lives of every single character on the show at a point during the show, and their tease of a shattering moment made the episode even more intense.