Madison confronts Strand about his mysterious destination. Meanwhile, Nick, Alicia and others inspect wreckage from a plane crash.



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Alan (Dying Man in Plane)


Abigail is anchored and Travis is trying to fix the cooling and the filtering systems that are clogged up with pieces of corpses. The group sees wreckage from a plane crash on the land and Nick, Alicia, Chris and Daniel use a boat to seek supplies for them. Meanwhile Madison confronts Strand about their destination in Mexico. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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24 April 2016 (USA)  »

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[first lines]
Alex: [Alex swims in the water after the airplane crash, calling out for the kid Jake] Jake! Jake! Jake, it's me. It's me.
Alex: [as Alex witnesses half of Jake's face burned off] Oh, God.
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Perhaps the dumbest and most illogical episode ever!
25 April 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was furious after watching this episode. It was hands down the most idiotic episode ever written, and that goes for The Walking Dead as well. Having watched every episode of TWD and FTWD, that's saying a lot especially given how dumb some of these episodes can be. I mean, there are many episodes that have moments of stupidity but this one was ridiculous from start to finish.

Anybody with a logical brain who watched this episode can't possibly think otherwise, which begs the question, "Do these people have anybody with a logical brain watch these episodes before they release them?". Apparently not it seems.

I won't spoil any of the stupidity but suffice to say that not one action any of the characters take makes any sense.

Why do I keep watching? Well, I do love the feel of both TWD and FTWD. Imagining oneself fighting to survive in a zombie world is frightening of course but I think we all picture ourselves and how we would react in such a situation. Not sure why we do, but the series is wildly successful so it must have some appeal.

There are also flashes of brilliance every once in a while but for the most part they just defy simple logic, which is so irritating since it seems it could easily be logical and still be entertaining.

This episode pushed me beyond what I can normally take though. These idiot writers need to hire some people to just watch and comment on if things make sense or not, otherwise there is no way this crap continues without being canceled.

One last annoyance I might as well throw out there. Some of the actors are horrible and every episode I'm wishing they would actually get bitten. Here is my list of who I would like to see bitten first:

Ruben Blades, Kim Dickens, Lorenzo James Henrie

Season them and throw them in a pit of zombies because they are just plain awful.

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