So, who would you die for? Honestly. Got them? Hold them in thought through this.
These are the questions that immediately popped into my head watching the half-season finale of Fear the Walking Dead. My predictions were right unfortunately, but I won’t tell you the hows until you guys get to watch the episode for yourselves. Suffice it to say, I got misty-eyed. Yeah, I’m a softy. O'n the same note, this episode's also about retaining the good when everything in you being tells you otherwise.
Of course, I watch anything to be entertained, but I also put myself in the situations I watch. For instance, I HATE with a bloody passion when Cedric’s dad realizes he died in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. That wail tears me up to the point we have to change it just for that bit. See, it makes me think of how my folks must’ve been when my brother died. I wasn’t there that day; although, I wanted to be, but I know I wanted to wail except for my sister was sleeping on the floor beside my bed.
But, I digress…
The last 10, maybe, 15 minutes, had my wheels spinning. I saw Joey, I saw my folks, I saw my friends…I’d trade places with my brother or any of my friends that checked out, because it was out of their hands. I could die for them…easily.
It’ll be interesting to see where the show goes from here come August. The stars on Talking Dead said the second part of season 4’ll have a totally different feel, and I read on Twitter, there’ll only be the present timeline. It should be interesting. Like Walking Dead’s season finale, tonight’s Fear was game-changer.
Like I said, we’ll see August.
Be good to each other.
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