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"Not Tomorrow Yet" tests viewers' patience with slow-building tension -- and delivers with a powerful, action-packed ending.
This is a more interesting episode than most, as many of the characters have to seriously consider the effect of the violence they inflict, and the justification for that violence.
Is there any character on The Walking Dead more interesting than Carol Peletier?
The cliffhanger ending keeps the suspense alive.
There are very few bad eggs on the series now, and that's something to be thankful for.
"No Tomorrow Yet..." exudes a corkscrew tension that's redolent of some of John Carpenter's finest work.
The Walking Dead is starting to build an interesting case study for what humanity means in this 'new' world of theirs - and for the first time, it feels like they have some interesting answers to that question.
This was an exceptional episode as all Greg Nicotero directed episodes tend to be.
I want [Morgan's ] philosophy to be right. That is why I [adore] everything about Carol in this week's episode.
It worked well enough...but it still feels as if The Walking Dead isn't sure how to balance that development individually with the season's overarching threat.
With the enormous amount of engaging violence this week came a very interesting, and unsettling, theme of wasteland thuggery and the scarily slim line that separates Rick from the villains.
The show is doing a great job of building tension toward what is, by this point, the formality of character death on a series that relishes its chance to make such things happen.
Yes, killing is bad! But sometimes it's good! That's the long and short of it, and no matter how many times The Walking Dead puts its characters in these situations, that will be the answer. And again, that was the answer this time.