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Kudos to all the performers in the episode's climax. Really gripping stuff.
"Warning Signs" accomplished what precious few episodes of The Walking Dead have done since about roughly mid-way through season four: It got me excited about what's going to happen next.
I sense that this is destined for heartbreak. Michonne seemed hesitant when Rick mentioned "building a future."
Peaceful times are short-lived on this show, but when they do happen, they are cherished.
We're just three episodes in, but it feels like the point in previous seasons where something is finally about to happen.
I thought the resolution of the "who is abducting Saviors" plotline (spoilers ahead) was incredibly solid and moving, as well as a significant development in the Daryl/Maggie-Rick split.
The AMC drama reached seldom seen emotional heights when it revealed those responsible for hunting the former villains down.
I loved the Grimes Family Fun Day. It's rare for TWD to show those moments, but they are a part of life. These kids have it hard enough being born in the zombie apocalypse. And we get to see Rick and Michonne smile.
A sub-par murder mystery kept afloat by some of the best scenes of season 9 so far, Warning Signals leaves The Walking Dead in a strong place for next week.
How adorable was it seeing Rick, Michonne, and Judith have their little family fun day? It was very refreshing to see, as those wholesome, feel-good, Hallmark channel moments are far and few between on this series.
The ratings disaster is actually sort of a shame because The Walking Dead feels more compelling than it has in years.