Episode 6 Overall75%
Pacing: Episode 675%
Story: Episode 675%
Episode 7 Overall90%
Pacing: Episode 795%
Story: Episode 790%
Hello and Welcome Reviewers!
Today, I’m reviewing episodes 6-7 from season 6 of The Walking Dead.
Episode #6 – “Always Accountable”
Episode #7 – “Heads up”
This episodes 6 and 7 review from season 6 of The Walking Dead contains possible spoilers. You’ve been warned.
** Warning, Possible Spoilers!!!! **
Episode 6 Overall Thoughts
Another group of people begin to open fire on the group of Daryl, Sasha and Abraham. This brings in the thought of having more than just the walking dead as your immediate danger. They’re well organized and could cause a problem for the rest of the Alexandrians in the future.
Daryl is separated from the group and goes through his own ordeal. He meets a scared group of people and they somewhat befriend him after going through some difficult times. You’re unsure if Daryl should trust them and by the end of the episode you know he shouldn’t.
Abraham goes through a mental breakdown of sorts and he spends most of the episode trying to cope with his situation. He then realizes that he would like to start a romantic relationship with Sasha which would be crazy. His character is quite entertaining during this episode and lets you know that sometimes you have to let some steam off in order to keep sane during the apocalypse.
Final Grade -> 75%
Episode 7 Overall Thoughts
All of the rumors are cleared up and you finally see what happened to Glenn during the beginning of the season. Everyone couldn’t stop talking about the moments leading up to this pivotal scene and the half screen shot of Glenn made everyone sad. It’s great to see such a loved character come back to the show and not just through flashbacks.
Ron is continuing his training with Rick and it’s scary to see what he’s going to do once he feels comfortable. It’s hard to figure out his target since he’s very loopy at times. The events that happened in the last few episodes have taken its effect on him. He lost his father to Rick and he lost Enid to the outside world. He’s unstable and could cause serious problems in the long run.
The interaction between Glenn and Enid really brought a lot of development for each character. They both gave their viewpoints on the world and how to survive and you could say Glenn won over Enid. At first she wanted to bail but Glenn really got to her. I like the fact that he’s not afraid to tell her the full truth no matter how it sounds.
When you hear the tower begin to creek your brain begins to realize that it’s going to come down. The cliffhanger at the end of the episode was top notch. It shows that there’s going to be hell in the mid-season finale. No one is safe anymore and maybe this might mean a relocation of the entire group is coming soon.
Final Grade -> 92%
Enough on what I thought about the episodes.
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