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This episode makes me sad, because Morgan just won't give up on Martha.
Fear the Walking Dead's finale left a lot to be desired, plain and simple.
Feels less like a season finale than it does a series finale. Were the latter true, I'd be more at peace in writing this show off. Because in its current state, this isn't the Fear I once eagerly championed... That show is dead.
Morgan's new lease on life gives Fear the Walking Dead an interesting new location for Season 5 to explore.
As "... I Lose Myself" ended, the group set off on their first do-gooder mission, and, it seemed, the show had been reborn as something new and very different.
It was overlong, sure, but that's kind of a show hallmark now. Just below the skin though, it was riddled with coincidences that undermined the intrigue. To be fair, so did most of this half-season. I was just hoping for more savagery.
A unique pastel gray color palette that makes it look like a Sunday comic strip. And in a twist that wasn't fully established until Sunday's season finale, it finally found a distinctively different thematic engine from The Walking Dead: hope.
If things continue down this path, I have very low hopes for Season 5.
Overall, I did enjoy this season -- despite my recent reviews hinting otherwise. It's just unfortunate that while Martha was trying to make everyone else "strong," she ended up making the second half of the season weak.