[WARNING: The following contains MAJOR spoilers for The Walking Dead Season 11, Episode 8, “For Blood.”]
After this, Darryl’s (Norman Reedus) I need to hear a lot of Taylor Swift. And maybe some Adele too.
Needless to say, it doesn’t work for the “For Blood” archer and his girlfriend Lear (Lynn Collins). (The sounds you hear are the sounds that the shippers of “Donnie” and “Caryl” are cheering for.) But in many respects, the first mid-season finale is walking DeadI feel that the 11th and final seasons of the game had to be two-part episodes. The 41-minute installment asks more questions than you can answer, and few questions are answered.
Maggie’sLauren Cohan) With the help of her friend, successfully driven the horde to Meridian. Darryl, inside the wall of Meridian, must agree with the fact that Leah does not pretend to be a grim reaper like him, which puts her in serious danger. In Alexandria, deadly storms can break up communities from board to board, leaving them vulnerable to outside pedestrians. How this happens.
In Meridian, Maggie and Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) Make it inside the wall and start the second part of the plan. Gabriel can find the window and act as a lookout and sniper while she chases the car, knocks down the gate and puts pedestrians inside. Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) And Elijah (Okea Eme-Akwari) continue to walk with pedestrians.
While all this is going on, Darryl has a series of offensive conversations with the Reapers, leading to the ultimate offensive conversation with Leah. Darryl can no longer pretend to be on his side, killing the reaper and throwing the man into the wall, carefully instructing Maggie where to go in the compound, and when the reaper unleashes a new weapon (dozens). (It looks like the arrow of a book is tied up) On a dynamite stick? ), He gets pretty in the rear. He tells her about her connection to the “enemy”, tells her that the people they are fighting against are good people with a family, and asks her to join him.
The Pope (Ritchie Coster) arrives at the scene and orders them to light their weapons, despite the fact that his people are on the ground and are also killed by them. The amount of appeal from Lear does not convince him to stop, so she is left with no choice and she kills their leader. Meanwhile, Darryl takes care of other reapers on the roof.For a short time she seems to be by his side … and she pulls in Kylo Ren Last Jedi He picked up her radio and told her rest that Darryl had killed the Pope and that he was with the enemy. When asked why Darryl did so, she explains: I will be the same. So … it’s probably safe to assume they’re disbanded now, right?
In Alexandria, everyone is hiding in the main building from a storm. Everything is broken up as usual, so people are divided into teams to deal with different issues: Carroll (Melissa McBride), Connie (Lauren Ridloff) And Kelly (Angel Theory) go to repair the wall. Aaron (Ross Marquand) And his team go to fight the fire. Rosita (Christian Serratos) And still alive (Yeah!) Virgil (Kevin Carroll) Stay behind the house to protect it.
Just see what happens to the group of Rossita who ends up fighting a horde of pedestrians coming down to the house. Indeed, Rossita does most of the fight. When things look particularly miserable, she tells the group to get her out and then close the door behind her — then she takes on at least 12 pedestrians herself. When she returns inside, she’s winding … but hopefully don’t get bitten. Hopefully.
Unfortunately, that’s not the end. Rosita’s efforts were noble, but pedestrians eventually entered. Young Stars Judith (Cary Fleming) And Gracie (Anabel Hollowway) are trapped in a rapidly flooded basement, with water on one side and pedestrians behind the door on the other. Uh ah.
At the end of the episode, Leah allows Darryl to escape, and she stops Reaper, who is still outside the premises. At first, Negan can’t believe their luck. “They are retreating!” He shouts. “But why?” Maggie’s question. The “why” is immediately apparent — rear illuminates a giant weapon and shoots arrows one after another.
- This mid-season finale is reminiscent of Season 6’s “start to end”. Finished with a major cliffhanger with the fate of almost every major character in question. So far it’s okay to have an action-packed season, but unfortunately this felt like the first third of season 11 was a nearly dull conclusion.
- Hoping that “For Blood” saw the conclusion of Maggie’s mission and would allow us to spend time concentrating on the Commonwealth. The show still needs to adapt most of its arc. 16 episodes are enough time to get through it and provide some answers about Rick how long the reaper remains (does Leah chase Alexandria?)Andrew lincoln) And Michonne (Danai Gurira), When Set the spin-offs for Darryl and Carol.
- Did the show forget Alden (Callan McAuliffe)?It’s strange TWD His fate would have been hanging for this long. I began to wonder if he was on one of the crosses, or if he disappeared without leaving a trace of Heath (Corey Hawkins), and if he would appear when we didn’t expect it. I am. This is a very long wait just to make sure he’s dead, as most fans speculate.
- Maybe Alden will join CRM?
- Rosita scared this episode. I kept thinking about her dream about Abraham (Michael CudlitzAnd how can it spell her imminent ruin when read in a particular way? It doesn’t look like she was bitten right away, but when it went down, Karl (Chandler Riggs) didn’t look like she was bitten either. I worry about her until she is confirmed to be fine.
- Rating: 2/5. It’s a shame that the story of the Reapers continues. I was hoping for an answer from Alden and something from the Commonwealth, even snippets. I’m starting to wonder how the show connects its myriad stories in time.
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