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Spoilers through Season 9 of” The Walking Dead ” 39; Warning signs. Credit: AMC

Sunday evening’s episode of & nbsp; Walking Dead [n/a was actually quite good. It was undoubtedly the best episode of the season so far , and the best episode of the show since … sometime in season 6.

Unlike last week, I think this section was good not only because it was not stupid, this was just a really nice TV and it ended on a big, unfortunate note.

Tonight we had some stories that weighed through the episode. Most of Rick, Carol, Maggie and Daryl were looking for saviors Saviors, but other things were happening too.

A few highlights:

  • Rick basically tells Michonne that he wants to h On will have her baby. The whole conversation was nice. It’s nice that we get some real conditions here, but Rick always puts it on too thick. The whole “tack” piece was a bit cheesy. But let’s make a baby astonishing!
  • I love that the two and Judith have fun. It’s so nice to see the actual moments of tenderness and love in this show &#821

    2; things that we never saw much earlier, even during the better years of the show.

  • Visas Justin is dead after all. Somewhat surprised that they received Zach MacGowan for such a small part.
  • It is the Oceanside people who kill Saviors, specifically aimed at those who helped Simon kill his family members and friends (and basically all men and boys.) [19659008] Jadis / Anne contacts the people of the helicopter. They tell her that the only way they will pick her up and take her with them is if she takes an “A” (not a “B”). Curious and curious.

Lauren Cohan as Maggie Rhee, Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes Credit: AMC

So all these are quite exciting things, even if the episodes begin slowly and then build.

The Savior is angry and afraid that their friends have disappeared and they are upset that they can not get guns. This leads to some conflict in breeding camps and almost leads to a struggle that the Savior would have lost badly in view of their lack of firearms. I guess they are not so bright. Two in particular are more annoying (because Justin, the former Savior’s experience has expired.) Rick succeeds in breaking up things before they go out, but the Savior does not go quiet.

The same concern that almost started the riot also Waylays Maggie on the road, trying his level best to scare her. It does not work. Later, the two concerns come behind Carol and Rick, but Carol, remove and iron one of them in the chest. But it’s good, and the good guys show them mercy for “every life count.”

Mercy is not wiped out to Arat, the Savior who disappeared. Turns out that the Oceanside women have her. When Daryl and Maggie find them, they have Arat on their knees, and Cindy tells her she’s asking for her life. Daryl tells them to end, but when Cindy explains that Arat killed his mother and her brother — an 11 year old boy she killed with a smile and the words “No exceptions” — Daryl and Maggie and go away. It’s a good moment.

Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Danai Gurira as Michonne, Chloe Garcia-Frizzi as Judith Grimes Credit: AMC

Cindy tells Maggie that it was her decision to kill Gregory who inspired their vigilance. Maggie says that Cindy, in turn, has inspired her. “It’s time to see Negan,” she says to Daryl. It is actually.

In the meantime, we remain wondering what happens to Jadis and Gabriel. I suppose “A” and “B” designate types of people this mysterious society wants to snatched up. My guess is that A is for Alpha and B is for Beta, but who knows? Jadis says she always viewed Gabriel a “B” but when he stands up for her maybe he is an “A”? She has to catch an “A” to give to this group to be taken with them, which is what she tried to do in the hilariously awful scene with the Negan last season when he was bound in junkyard. God who was a bad, confusing scene.

This scene was much better, and I really hope she’ll be picked up by the helicopter and we’ll see where she is and Gabriel is taken.

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All in all, a very strong episode that mostly avoided all pitfalls that this show so often sticks in. Good dialogue, moment, tenderness, all shots and edited with a skill we have not seen in years.

I suppose it’s possible that my bar is easily lowered and that I judge this episode against two plus years of disappointment and really terrible production, but even so, I see this as a positive one.

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Walking Dead returns to track (most of) in season 9, episode 3″ Warning signs. Credit: AMC

Sunday evening’s episode of Walking Dead was actually quite good. It was undoubtedly the best episode of the season so far and the best episode of the show since … sometime in season 6.

Unlike last week, I think this section was good not only because it was not stupid , this section was just really nice TV and it ended on a big, unfortunate note

Tonight we had some stories that weighed through the episode. It was mostly about Rick, Carol, Maggie and Daryl who were looking for savande saviors. But some other things were also on.

A few highlights:

  • Rick basically tells Michonne that he wants her to get her baby. The whole conversation was nice. It’s nice that we get some real conditions here, but Rick always puts it on too thick. The whole “tack” piece was a bit cheesy. But let’s make a baby astonishing!
  • I love that the two and Judith have fun. It’s so nice to see the actual moments of tenderness and love in this show — things that we never saw much earlier, even during the better years of the show.
  • Visas Justin is dead after all. Somewhat surprised that they received Zach MacGowan for such a small part.
  • It is the Oceanside people who kill Saviors, specifically aimed at those who helped Simon kill his family members and friends (and basically all men and boys.) [19659008] Jadis / Anne contacts the people of the helicopter. They tell her that the only way they will pick her up and take her with them is if she gets an “A” (not a “B”). Curious and curious.

Lauren Cohan as Maggie Rhee, Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes Credit: AMC

So all of these are quite exciting things, but the episodes begin slowly and then build.

The Savior is angry and afraid that their friends have disappeared and they are upset that they can not get guns. This leads to some conflict in breeding camps and almost leads to a struggle that the Savior would have lost badly in view of their lack of firearms. I guess they are not so bright. Two in particular are more annoying (because Justin, the former Savior’s experience has expired.) Rick succeeds in breaking up things before they go out, but the Savior does not go quiet.

The same concern that almost started the riot also Waylays Maggie on the road, trying his level best to scare her. It does not work. Later, the two concerns come behind Carol and Rick, but Carol, remove and iron one of them in the chest. But it’s good, and the good guys show them mercy because “every life counts.”

Mercy is not wiped out to Arat, the Savior who disappeared. Turns out that the Oceanside women have her. When Daryl and Maggie find them, they have Arat on their knees, and Cindy tells her she’s asking for her life. Daryl tells them they end, but when Cindy explains that Arat killed her mother and her brother — an 11-year-old boy she killed with a smile and the words “No Exceptions” – Daryl and Maggie turn and go away. It’s a good moment.

Andrew Lincoln as Rick Grimes, Danai Gurira as Michonne, Chloe Garcia-Frizzi as Judith Grimes Credit: AMC

Cindy tells Maggie that it was her decision to kill Gregory who inspired their vigilance. Maggie says that Cindy, in turn, has inspired her. “It’s time to see Negan,” she tells Daryl. It is actually.

In the meantime, we remain wondering what happens to Jadis and Gabriel. I suppose “A” and “B” denote types of people this mysterious society wants to snatched up. My guess is that A is for Alpha and B is for Beta, but who knows? Jadis says she always regarded Gabriel as a “B” but when he stands up for her, maybe he is an “A”? She needs to catch an “A” to give to this group to be taken with them, which is what she tried to do in the hilariously awful scene with the Negan last season when he was bound at dusk. God who was a bad, confusing scene.

This scene was much better, and I really hope she will be picked up by the helicopter and we will see where she is and Gabriel is taken.

Gallery: “The Walking Dead” Season 9 In Photos

15 Images

Everyone told us, a very strong episode that mostly avoided all pitfalls that this show so often strikes in. Good dialogue, moment, tenderness, all shots and edited with a skill we have not seen for years.

I guess it’s possible that my bar is easily lowered and I judge this episode against two plus years of disappointment and really awful production, but even so, I see this as a positive network.

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