Episode 3 Overall95%
Pacing: Episode 395%
Story: Episode 380%
Hello and Welcome Reviewers!
Today, I’m reviewing episode 3 from season 6 of The Walking Dead.
Episode #3 – “Thank You”
Glenn and Michonne must lead Nicholas, Heath and the Alexandrians back to the safe-zone. Meanwhile, Daryl, Sasha and Abraham continue to lead the walkers away, as Rick has a run in with The Wolves.**
This episode 3 review from season 6 of The Walking Dead contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned.
** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **
First and foremost I would like to say… WOW! The Walking Dead is back to true form and they’re sparing no one at all. The amount of people that got killed during this episode might have increased from last week’s episode. They’re doing a lot of spring cleaning with characters and it’s crazy!
Rick was the MVP for this episode. He really stepped up and made a lot of things happen. He kept everyone on task and even convinced Daryl to get back to his post. Rick is the supervisor of the zombie apocalypse. The fact that the Wolves tried to ambush him and got wiped out was awesome. He was quick with the movements and handled them accordingly.
People kept on dying one after the other and it was amazing. You really need to show that the danger is real and not fall into a track of no one is untouchable. They killed off all of the injured townspeople that served no real purpose. It was like they continued to get rid of the folks from Alexandria that either talked bad about Rick or wanted to go against him.
Nick is a tool! He might have caused the death of a much loved character, Glenn. It wasn’t certain if Glenn was attacked by horde or not. The camera angle was very high and normally they’re not shy about showing the gore. I could imagine everyone as they’re watching the last few moments of the episode with their jaws down to their ankles. It was truly a scene were you had to rewind and say… “No, they didn’t just do that”.
The only thing I didn’t like about this week’s episode was the previews for next week’s episode. Morgan is a very interesting character but you can’t just end the episode on a WTH moment and expect not to dive into it immediately. Just thinking about going to the events of Morgan’s evolution is a downer in general. It’s like taking a huge step back and going over what he went through during season 5. They should have started a group of webisodes for such a backstory.
Final Grade -> 90%
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