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"Another Day in the Diamond" continues Fear the Walking Dead's hopscotch chronology, but the episode justifies its timeline antics with strong characterization and intriguing revelations.
Another promising episode with only a minimum of frustrating antics from my favorite mother and son.
The producers are just as lost as the viewers are. So they figure if they just jump back and forth erratically, it will throw everyonefor a loop, and no one will have any idea where they are.
After three seasons, they're finally leaning into the freedom and weirdness that a setting and franchise like this permits.
Either way, it seems worth pointing out that even as The Walking Dead flails, Fear has begun to really thrive.
While I'm still on the fence about whether or not I approve of the format; at least explanations are being provided at a decent rate -- if not entirely satisfying.
With this week's episode, Fear raises the bar for the writers' table on Angela Kang's next season of The Walking Dead.
Credit where it's due: Sunday's Fear the Walking Dead, only the second episode under the AMC drama's new showrunners, was probably the series' best since Season 3's "The New Frontier.
Two new characters have revealed themselves to the shared cinematic universe of The Walking Dead.
We get a flashback to the dam in Season 3. P.S. If you didn't watch Season 3 of this show, please do. It's excellent.
This is Fear trying to have it both ways. We need to pick a timeline, and we need to fully commit to it. Until then, faithful and new viewers alike aren't truly getting the show they both signed on for.