Deeeez Knicks wrote:The plot just doesn't make any sense.
They're pretty much following the comic. Just to sum it up, Rick is going to get as many groups together to fight Negan. Sasha and Rosita went rogue because they loved Abraham's orange D so much they done lost their damn minds. By the last episode we will be at All Out War (and it will be great and you will love it!
What are your questions Daniel San? The warrior monks here will try their best to answer them.
Just seems like it doesn't follow any kind of logic, like an 80's horror movie.
For example, why rush in to get Neagan when they had a perfectly good sniping spot? Sure, by coincidence Eugene announces they will search the abandoned buildings for walkers (aren’t there walkers everywhere??), but wouldn’t it make sense to leave and come back later? Or just wait for Neagan to show back up to their camp again and take him out then? It really was a perfect spot. Ok, so they left and were able to walk right up to the front/back door and get in pretty easily…Sasha somehow locks Rosita out of a fence....really she thought all of that thru and was carrying a masterlock? I dont know. That entire sequence was too contrived and pointless. Plus why not just wait when the rest of the group is finally on board??
In general, the story arcs and character arcs keep repeating. Every episode the Saviors show up at someones camp unexpectedly, bust some balls to piss people off and Daryl hides in a closet somewhere. The characters keep flip flopping from hero to coward to hero. Morgan and Carol are back, but now Eugene is back in coward mode. I don't know anything about the comic or spoilers, but my guess is Daryl will flop personalities next when this is over (probably after Carol dies).
I am waiting for the war but you know they are just setting this up with a big cliff hanger that will wrap up next season.
But yeah I still watch so I guess they are doing something right