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The Lost and the Plunderers
Critic Consensus: "The Lost and the Plunderers" takes a segmented approach to focus on individual characters -- albeit with mixed results.
as Rick Grimes
as Daryl Dixon
as Carl Grimes
as Carol Peletier
as Maggie Greene
as Tara Chambler
as Rosita Espinosa
as Eugene Porter
as Gabriel Stokes
as Morgan Jones
as Strange Traveler
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It was a surprise that the decision to divide the episode into character chapters not only made sense but meaningfully raised the stakes. It's a lesson for the future - less student disco music, more dour pretension.
"The Lost and the Plunderers" focuses on one character at a time, with each character getting a title card to go with their segment. This allows the episode to futz a bit with chronology, but it's mostly just window dressing on a pretty basic episode.
The episode is divided into chapters based on characters, mainly so the episode can provide the opening with a cliffhanger by mucking about with time. It's forced, but it's basically fine.
If you've stuck with The Walking Dead this far, episode 10 is your reward. And it's been a long time coming.
Just for a moment, [Negan] lived like a real person beyond the screen. And it's probably the best scene we've ever gotten from him.
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