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It's hard to be too upset that the characters have settled into monotonous patterns when "People Like Us" heralds the early stages of a whirling zombie-nado.
Tearing something apart isn't difficult -- the trick is developing a show that's truly worth watching. The back half of Season 4 looks to quietly rebuild, but it remains to be seen if it can succeed.
People Like Us smartly didn't blow off the previous episodes and instead is letting the characters face their guilt, remorse and doubt.
While the storm will indeed be a danger to everyone, it may actually be the trauma and guilt many are still holding onto that causes the worst damage moving forward.
The opening moments were incredibly humorous, and it set the tone for an episode that provided a decent amount of levity following the emotional midseason finale.
[Morgan] just hasn't been an interesting character for some time now and while that could change, there's much more potential in Alicia.
Fear the Walking Dead's Lennie James wasn't exaggerating when he told Michael Ausiello at Comic-Con that walkers would fly in Season 4B.
Frankly, the midseason premiere was something of a disappointment... and while I certainly appreciated the return of The Little Prince and the apologetic gesture that came along with it, it's not enough.
It would all be more interesting if this didn't feel like an endless loop these characters are trapped in: someone remains optimistic, either they die or live long enough to see others die, hope is lost, self is lost, commence with self-discovery, repeat.
In the best way possible. I am totally ready for Zombnado.
What do traditional notions of identity, home, and family mean anymore in the absence of a structured society?... These are heady questions for a zombie show to ask, and "People Like Us" does its best to answer them.