Terrific episode as it continues to develop the character of the residents of Alexandria. Maggie's pregnancy is not surprise but it does seem to further the narrative that Glenn is alive. I have gone back and rewatched the scene of Glenn's demise several times and I am now convinced that the walkers were eating Nicolas's innards because Glenn was screaming way too long--he would have been unconscious given what was going on. On another note, I am waiting for the large group of Rick's band to be reduced a bit as several of the minor characters seem to have virtually no role at all. Who's next to go?
The plot lines have gotten ridiculous on Scandal. I really didn't know which was worse--the hapless VP thinking of resigning and the silly scenes with the AG or the will she/won't she with Olivia. She seems to change her mind about Fitz and marriage every episode--oh, wait---every twenty minutes with each episode. Mellie is the star of this (poor) season--the writers are in last place.
I thought this was a very solid episode with nearly all cast members engaged in some meaningful way. I thought the first two episodes this season were much less compelling. Who's side is Dawson's new boss on? I had a feeling all along that he was stringing her along and I guess that will prove to be the case. Poor Chief Boden--no matter what he does things come back to haunt him. Also, where is his wife and child? They have disappeared this season. As to Kelly--drop this chick and get back to his beautiful old high school sweetheart. Not only is she an interesting character, it will provide endless crossover episodes with the new Chicago Med.
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