Well, things are getting pretty much down to the wire with the nuclear plant. Meltdown seems imminent. Grace gave it twelve hours, but it might be even less than that. I wonder if Morgan will be able to save his real stick from the holocaust. That was a cool shot of the collapsed nuclear dome, by the way.
I got a kick out of how Strand and Charlie kept the Walkers at bay with the balloon. Stretchy material may be a better defense than rigid material. Maybe they can find a parachute warehouse at some point. But they managed to survive and get the propellers back to the truck stop, and Al and June got some more fuel from the mesa or whatever that is up there, so it seems like they are close to being ready to fly. Meanwhile, Al spilled the beans about her romantic interlude, although she did leave out the part about her girlfriend being one of the black-clad mystery figures. I wonder if this will come back to bite her, or if we'll ever even see Helicopter Girl again. The Helicopter People must know about the imminent nuclear meltdown-- but then again, if they do, why are they not doing something to prevent it?
I'm still not sure what to make of Dwight's part in all of this. John finally spilled the beans about the letter, so he and Dwight are headed back to rejoin the group. Dwight still hasn't given up hope of finding his wife, despite her message, but-- even if she's alive, won't she be killed in the upcoming cloud of nuclear death? She can't have gotten that
So once John and Dwight get back, the gang will all be together again, plus Dwight and Grace and a gaggle of kids-- has anyone given any thought to the weight limit on that plane?
M.E., on 14 July 2019 - 08:51 PM, said:
Quite a bit happened, I wonder if Alicia will be alright.
If I was her, I would have immediately run and dove into the river instead of waiting a while and halfheartedly washing my face.