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Fear is starting to slide backward.
While The Walking Dead may be on the decline, Fear has never been better, finding the proper balance between character, story, and zombies.
None of this makes sense, and this lack of anything at all remotely resembling a logical plot makes the big death at the end even worse.
Pretty shocking stuff.
"No One's Gone" is the last sign that a new phase of the Walking Dead universe is about to commence.
Even if it feels premature and winds up irrevocably changing the show in ways we don't want, it remains a worthy send-off to a groundbreaking character.
The show's timeline got totally confusing.
We must say farewell to the heart and soul of Fear the Walking Dead. And it hurts, it really does.
An explosive and striking way to wrap up what has been this series' most evolved half-season yet.