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  • Episode 9 Overall

    95%
  • Pacing: Episode 9

    90%
  • Story: Episode 9

    90%

Hello and Welcome Reviewers! Today, I’m reviewing episode 9 from season 6 of The Walking Dead. Short Synopsis: Episode #9 – “No Way Out” Daryl, Abraham and Sasha face-off against the Saviors. In Alexandria, Rick and his group make their way through the herd.** This episode 9 review from season 6 of The Walking Dead contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned. ** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! ** Overall Thoughts THE BEST EPISODE OF SEASON SIX SO FAR!!! This episode was freaking amazing! This is how you come back from a short break. The first half of this season was alright but they’re able to come back stronger than ever. I think they really needed the short break in order to charge their batteries and get that second wind. Jessie’s family is gone with the wind. The way how they all went out during this episode was dream-like. Sam just pissed me off from the last episode and I was happy to see his character go. He was too loud and would have gotten…

92%

92%

Hello and Welcome Reviewers!

Today, I’m reviewing episode 9 from season 6 of The Walking Dead.

Short Synopsis:

Episode #9 – “No Way Out”

Daryl, Abraham and Sasha face-off against the Saviors. In Alexandria, Rick and his group make their way through the herd.**

This episode 9 review from season 6 of The Walking Dead contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned.


** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **

Overall Thoughts

THE BEST EPISODE OF SEASON SIX SO FAR!!! This episode was freaking amazing! This is how you come back from a short break. The first half of this season was alright but they’re able to come back stronger than ever. I think they really needed the short break in order to charge their batteries and get that second wind.

Jessie’s family is gone with the wind. The way how they all went out during this episode was dream-like. Sam just pissed me off from the last episode and I was happy to see his character go. He was too loud and would have gotten everyone killed but instead he got his mother killed. This leads to Ron going crazy and getting himself skewed like a piece of meat.

I love crazy prison Rick and he came back this week. He went out into the herd and started slicing away at the walkers. He was in the zone a little but it wasn’t as epic as the prison. He did his best until the rest of the town came in to help him.

Bye Bye to the scouting group of Neegan. They went out in a blaze of glory. They started off strong by capturing the Daryl, Sasha and Abe but then they got too cocky. My boy Daryl lit them up like he was playing Call of Duty. I’m shocked they had that many missiles for the launcher. I know Abe got the thing but I thought it only had one shot.

I’m getting tired of the writers threatening Glenn’s life and not pulling the trigger. My heart dropped when he got surrounded by the herd of walkers. That way would have been brutal but a good death because he would have went out distracting the walkers from preggo Maggie. I’m not sure when they will kill off Glenn but it might not hurt as much because they cried wolf too many times.

Final Grade -> 92%


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