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"Still Standing" packs in plenty of oozing zombie action, but Fear the Walking Dead miscalculates by foreshadowing a character exit that would devastate the series' dramatic core.
What happens at the end of this week's Fear the Walking Dead better just be building tension... Otherwise, AMC might as well just shoot the show where it stands.
I think Alycia Debnam-Carey should move on to bigger and better things, because Fear is a bad joke at this point, but if she is killed off well... what even is the point?
Getting a mouthful of blood might be a death sentence for the last remaining Clark. Hopefully it isn't. Fear the Walking Dead will not survive killing off the last character remaining from the pilot.
Alicia's walker slaying skills were on full display in this week's episode of Fear The Walking Dead "Still Standing."
Alicia's days on Fear the Walking Dead are even more numbered than they appeared to be before the episode aired. Though for what it's worth, we're obviously not sure just how large or small that number could be.
For all the walker-killing action in "Still Standing," there's only a moment near the end that held any sort of genuine suspense.
The character work is overall still strong, but "Still Standing" may as well be a billboard that says "we're gonna kill someone off and it's gonna be a gut punch."
Fear the Walking Dead has fallen into this weird place this season where too many of the main characters have taken on a new role as motivational speakers in between killing walkers.
The writing is on point, the action is exciting and the dialogue is meaningful. I just wish the writers could do that throughout the season.
The episode ended with one character resigned to their impending demise. And if it turns out that they are, in fact, doomed: we all riot at dawn.
A devastating second half to this episode. No telling what will happen with Alicia, given that the series isn't afraid to let go of its main characters.
The show is in a horrible place right now, and there's seemingly no way out. It needs to pick a lane and stick with it while also getting rid of the characters that don't mesh well with the others.