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"Good Out Here" will instill genuine Fear in Walking Dead viewers, treating fans to creeping dread before executing a devastating exit for a main character.
Its sister show might have a cone of protection over certain characters, but everybody's fair game here.
It felt like a lot of wasted time while we got to what was really the main event of the episode: Nick's death.
Telling Nick's story in a time split between flashbacks and the present helped drive home the idea that, at the end of his life, Nick finally embraced peace.
This season looks like it's going to be one of two things: a deft exploration of the relationship between cause and effect, or an example of a season that tipped its hand.
As it went in last week's introduction to the Diamond, this episode mysteriously used Alexa Nisenson's Charlie as a pawn in the good vs. bad balance.
Just look at the flowers.
And yet here we are, sucker-punched by Fear the Walking Dead's nascent fourth season.
I will give the writers and showrunners credit for surprising us. I will give them credit for not toying with us the way The Walking Dead always does.
Wow. Just, wow.
The interaction between Morgan and Nick was especially engrossing and ended up playing a pivotal role later in the in the episode.