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Laura showed FTWD can even pull off heartfelt romance. There's something about this season that's really made the series come alive in a way it's never managed before.
John seems far more open with what happened to him, I still sense there is more to his story than "I walked into a store, shot a thief, it was a bad shot and I killed him instead of maimed him."
A great episode in yet another surprisingly good season of Fear The Walking Dead. I'm still a little flabbergasted by just how much better this show is than The Walking Dead.
Without any major shocks or stomach-churning twists, "Laura" was a near-perfectly conceived one-and-done tale of complicated emotional connections, with both Dillahunt and Elfman delivering on all fronts.
...leaving this episode feeling like a typical midseason lull in The Walking Dead.
An unhurried study in opposites results in one of Fear the Walking Dead's best episodes ever.
See if your heart doesn't swell a time or 10.
The Walking Dead embraced silence early on as a narrative tool. Instead of filling in lulls with dialogue, as many TV shows have done, it bathed in silence.
This week's episode of Fear the Walking Dead was downright beautiful.