I think Alpha is going to regret killing him when Carol catches up to her
Yeah, now that I've seen the full ending instead, I think that's what's going to keep me coming back... Carol's revenge is going to be epic.
zarkon, on 26 March 2019 - 05:25 AM, said:
So, if you can catch any repeats before next week, you are good. If not, they will show it as always just before the new ep each week.
Yeah, I've already obtained it through a more swashbuckling method. (Which is pretty sad, really. I had access to it right there on-demand through cable... but the way they lock the fast-forward ability to prevent skipping commercials would've meant leaving the tv running through the whole first hour again. I almost wanted to send the networks a note with this as an example of how that policy just encouraged me to go to the "bad guys" instead.)
And our groups of folks from each community, as well, are no longer going to be the same. A lot of long time characters are no more. ;-(
Yeah, with losing Jesus and now Tara, Hilltop in particular took a big hit to their leadership. Am I remembering right that Siddiq and the cute former-savior guy (and the blacksmith) are the only two regular cast members still alive who are based there? With his speech, I guess that puts Siddiq next in line for leadership?
FarscapeOne, on 26 March 2019 - 06:33 AM, said:
I have a theory as to why the Whisperers picked those particular people to be killed. Other than the men who came in to help but were killed, every single person that got beheaded was female.
Other than the two teens, I think there were somewhat more direct linkages? Tammy was involved in the rescue of the baby that Alpha had 'decreed' needed to die, Tara is leader of Hilltop, the one community Alpha has direct reason to strike back against at that point (she didn't know about the compact between communities yet), Alpha took note of Enid teaching CPR at the fair, so I read that as a strike against the medical "infrastructure" somewhat (iffy one). Not sure about the two teens... they probably fit what you're saying - a blow against the next generation and general demoralization.
Daryl's got some major plot armor going on at this point. From what we see of Alpha's worldview, his actions in attacking her camp and rescuing Henry & Lydia should have been provocation to remove him from the board when she got ahold of him in this episode.