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"Worth" briskly cleans house to varying degrees of satisfaction, setting the stage for what could be one of the series' most explosive finales -- assuming the show finally follows through on its promise of All Out War.
The issue is that those cracks in the Saviors' unity were intriguing and added an x-factor to the tired primary conflict. After Worth, all that's left is a feeling of "let's get this over with."
The Walking Dead is throwing in a surprising number of double crosses and strategic maneuvers, mostly on the Savior side. It's been a surprisingly compelling couple of episodes, with some moments I didn't see coming.
"All Out War" has turned out to be remarkably tedious, with episode after episode hammering home the less-than-groundbreaking idea that maybe killing humans when there are so few humans left is a bad idea for everyone's survival.
The Walking Dead pulled off an episode that had no major issues and was pretty compelling because it actually advanced a lot of storylines while also setting up some major stakes for the season finale.
Worth set a lot of interesting and long developing plans in motion for what should be a pretty strong season finale for The Walking Dead next week
Hopefully, in these final episodes, The Walking Dead can turn Negan into the big bad audiences have always wanted.
Worth wasn't completely worth it. There was catharsis on the Sanctuary front, but everyone else was, for the most part, put on pause preparing for next week's big fight. Expect a long running time and some potential deaths when it does finally start...
Crazy stuff, absolutely, but does that new info actually matter?
Once again, Steven Ogg proves himself to be one of the best villains in the game in this week's episode of The Walking Dead.
All signs right now point to next week's finale being especially violent and deadly...Which is good. Because frankly, it's starting to seem like The Walking Dead's writers are as eager for this storyline to be over as so many of the rest of us have been.