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"The End of Everything" features intriguing interplay between Maggie Grace and newcomer Sydney Lemmon, but this installment is more of an advertisement for future adventures than its own proper chapter.
At least nobody finds themselves locked in a moral dilemma about helping people who don't want to be helped.
The latest episode of Fear the Walking Dead, "The End of Everything" gave fans a few answers about this mysterious group that has been popping up here and there on The Walking Dead.
Fear doesn't play the romance card very often, but it's used here to great effect. It's easy to see how these two characters could fall for each other.
This show can apparently manage episodes that focus on just two characters very well, but as soon as the larger cast enters the picture everything falls apart.
I don't understand why we spent the entire episode with Happy, and got lots of tantalizing hints as to what her mission was, but no freaking answers.
The additions of Morgan and Dwight make things better, but so far the helicopter crew has been annoying.
This could have been interesting, but Al is such a flat character and Isabelle was even less engaging.
Another heartfelt, human hour with a surprise twist that also managed to reveal a lot more about the helicopter people -- the mysterious group that's appeared on both Fear the Walking Dead and The Walking Dead.
A beautiful episode among the grim, bleak atmosphere of the post-zombie apocalypse. Great stuff. Lots of character work, particularly for Al.
This storyline feels like a set-up for the upcoming Rick Grimes trilogy of The Walking Dead movies and feels well and truly out of place on the spin-off.
A great episode for The Walking Dead universe, but a lousy one for Fear the Walking Dead itself.