Warning: the following contains spoilers for Sunday Fear of the living dead. If you have not seen yet and you'd rather be surprised, get away as if a radioactive grumpy man was lumbering toward you.
I think we all feel pretty sure to enter on Sunday Fear of the living dead thatEven though "The Little Prince" left several characters in danger, nobody was going to bite the dust. So, at least, I was surprised that "Still Standing" seemed to sign a death sentence not only for a character but for one of those who Really to worry. Whose destiny was sealed? Keep reading …
"OLLY OLLY OLLY OXEN FREE!" | When "Still Standing" began, Alicia, armed with her disconcertingly sharper heat Browning M1919, headed for the children's hideout through the walker's block with the same ease with which a veteran concert attendant navigates a moat to reach the first row. Once there, Annie told her for the umpteenth time that the young people would not leave with her. Why would not he take the hint? "I have to do something good to make up for what I did," Alicia said, also for the umpteenth time (although at this point she might have lost the account, it could have been the gazillionth). Later, while the children were working to repair the blockage from which their possible rescuers made a disaster, some grumpies broke free and chased them back to the camp and the shattered fence that surrounded it.
Meanwhile, Morgan radioed Grace hoping she would drive into the fray and save Strand and Charlie. As Grace was busy trying to connect the generator to beat them a little before the reactor melted, she instead basically ordered Morgan into her house; He could pick up a vehicle there. After saving Strand and Charlie, he gave them the car and went to look for Grace. The generator had been turned off, so they had 12 hours left, one day at the most, and he knew that she was lying when she said it was okay, that she would meet him at the truck stop once she repaired it. I could. At the same time, Al and June discovered that their escape plane had been leaking all this time and now it was as dry as the desert of season 2. Fortunately, Al not only knew where they could get a lot of aviation fuel, the The trip to get it would give him the opportunity to confide in his friend that he had met someone he could never see again. I will let you take the initiative to mock the way you came to a standstill to have this conversation, although every second you spent chatting was another second closer to the melting nuclear reactor.
"THIS, I CAN DO" | At the children's headquarters, Alicia was surprised to learn that the arms of her captors were not loaded; they did not have any ammunition to take the package that had followed Annie and Max home. But that was fine, insisted Alicia. She could only defeat the horde while the young people rushed to safety. And, in fact, he did. Unfortunately, in doing so, she was hit by a radioactive walker and covered in her blood when she dispatched him. In other words, she was contaminated. In other words, what is real hell? The show is Really Will you kill one of your few remaining original characters? Alice is our Buffy Summers. She is I have to live.
Well, at least she convinced the children to live. For everything, but quoting Kenny Rogers and saying, "You have to know when to fold them," she made Annie agree to take her companions to the truck stop. "I do not know what you did, but you did it," Annie said over the radio to Alicia. "You can also let it go." Man, this is going to hurt. Elsewhere, John, eager to get back to June and take him and Dwight to the plane before it was too late, revealed Sherry's farewell letter to her husband. And he took it pretty well, considering all things. Focusing on the part of the note "Find something to live and live", Dwight announced that he would help John and his friends who do good. Maybe if he did, on the way, he would still find his Honey. "Impossible s- happens", after all.
"ALICE … SHE WAS CONVINCUTA BONITA" | Picking up Grace, whether she liked it or not, Morgan pointed out that she was not dead, which I guess it's always useful to know. "So I'm not going to let you act like you are," he added. That night, he gave Eastman a shout, and she deduced that she and Morgan had the same problem: "You think that the life of everyone else is more valuable than yours." And from the way she touched his shoulder, I could not help it. but I wonder if the widower was about to get a love interest.
At the truck stop, Strand and Charlie arrived, followed by Annie, Dylan, Max and the post-apocalyptic touring company. Annie. As for Alice, she was still in the woods playing Pied Piper with grumpy ones. When Morgan caught up with her on the walkie-talkie, she lied that she was fine. In response, he suggested: talk about a late day, a short dollar! – that maybe helping people was not the only reason why they were still standing. Perhaps they were supposed to live their own lives as well. "Now You already tell me, "she somehow refrained from saying. When the sirens of the reactors began to ring, Alicia remained silent about her location. Clearly, the end of the middle season approached. So, what do you think of "Still Standing"? Is Alicia really toasted? Could it be saved? Hit the comments with your thoughts / fears.