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Can you see Daryl (Norman Reedus) glaring at Eugene (Josh McDermitt)?

Yeah, that’s the same expression I make whenever Eugene is onscreen. There is

Needless to say, I’m not a fan of this subplot and not a single moment of sparks fly between the pair. There is no on-screen chemistry between McDermitt and Bingham either.

Eugene is free. ..not an incredible love interest.Max is a very deep new character that I have never been able to connect with.Mysterious secret. More on her later.

Either way, Eugene and Max once again play a central role in the current federal plot, secretly recording Sebastian Milton (Theo Rap Olson) telling all sorts of terrifying truths, and making that recording I played it in person at the Founder’s Day celebration. later utterly ridiculous WWE match.

After they play the tape and some zombies show up, all hell breaks loose (after Hornsby’s agents kill and turn some of the workers). Sebastian is killed, and Pamela Milton (Lila Robbins) is bleeding in this week’s episode. She has her sights set on three targets: Max — she tells Max’s brother, Mercer (Michael James Shaw) — Eugene, and her wayward lieutenant, Lance, whom she has in custody. Hornsby (Josh Hamilton).

While Max is on the run, Eugene is hidden by Daryl in the church. Pamela orders Milton to gather all the people related to Eugene for questioning, Rosita (Christian Serratos) and Princess (Paola Lazaro) (her two of my favorite characters on the show), Bring on Carol (Melissa McBride) and Ezekiel (Carly). Ask Payton.

Princess was the highlight of this episode for me. Her tragic backstory is fascinating, and how Mercer came to view the Federated States like her abusive father-in-law and brother-in-law (who willingly tries to kill good guys like Eugene). She feels that if she had stayed in the Commonwealth, she would have been like a mother who stood around and allowed abuse to happen. increase.

Rosita visits Eugene and agrees to go find Max so he can hide, but a conversation with Daryl about bravery and cowardice suggests that he is too scared to go find himself. You’ll know right away. Rosita eventually finds Max hiding in some sort of alleyway, and the moment she sees Rosita without making sure the coast is clear, she foolishly runs out into the street. she was arrested. When Eugene learned the news, he decided to become a man and turn himself in, confessing everything and claiming that Max was not responsible. Max refuses to throw Eugene under his bus, even to save his own skin.

A more interesting storyline for this week’s episode takes place outside the Commonwealth. Aaron (Ross Marquand), Jerry (Cooper Andrews), Lydia (Kathady Marie McClincy) and Elijah (Okea Emme Akwari) stop in town for a break on their way back to the village. It looks like some kind of theme town. Part is a real town, part is a Renaissance Fair. Jerry said it would be a cool Kingdom 2.0 and I agree. In fact, this would have been a great setting for the original kingdom.

Alas, that night, the place is attacked by a zombie horde and Jerry hurts his knee trying to fight his way out. They climb onto the roof and debate their next move while Jerry rests his injured appendage. Just then, a zombie hand is seen climbing onto the ledge. A zombie climbed the ladder behind them and reached out to pick up a rock. “You!” Jerry yells at Aaron, who rushes into action, punching the zombie and tackling it to the ground.

Thinking this is the Whisperer, he reaches down and rips off the “mask”, only to discover it’s not the mask. Pedestrians who can climb roofs and obtain makeshift weapons.

So Walker like in Season 1.

This is actually a very cool moment. Probably the most exciting moment in years. I knew they would do cool things with zombies, but I wasn’t sure exactly, and the return to more intelligent zombies that made season 1 so compelling is a nice twist. For the first time since Maggie got her full revenge, I’m actually curious about what happens next.

Back in the Commonwealth, Pamela now has all three targets. She has Hornsby locked in her cell with a zombified version of her son, still bound, but with a machete to protect her (for some reason, her hand tied up behind). But Hornsby is slippery and she’s confident she’ll get out of this pinch. I can’t wait to see what his next play will be.

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