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Acacia REI
Oct 8, 2016



I feel like Nick and Luciana are one of the more realistic depictions of a romantic couple forming in an apocalypse scenario I've personally seen LMFAO.

I kind of resent TV couples that fall hard and fast for each other and act like they've been together 10 years when it's actually only been like 3 weeks. It's weird but I kind of like that they just loving leave regardless of whether the other wants to follow them.

Like if I'm trying to survive the apocalypse, yeah, personal relationships will be probably be forged in the process

but I'm still looking out for myself and if I don't feel safe somewhere, I'm out.

EDIT: I hope Nick's not gonna be too much of a pissbaby about it but he probably will be

Acacia REI fucked around with this message at Jun 26, 2017 around 07:11

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Tenzarin
Jul 24, 2007



Taco Defender

Was an alright episode tonight.

Blazing Ownager
Jun 2, 2007

I ain't got time to bleed.

Tenzarin posted:

Was an alright episode tonight.

I know, it's almost like the show is getting good enough to warrent it's own thread or at least a topic change. I expected to laugh more at it this season and outside of the WILDLY inconsistent mess of the first episode gelling the whole "US Military" ending of season 2 with their new idea for 3, it's actually been shockingly solid.

Though if the season ends with a mostly white settlement steamrolling a native American one in a battle over land, that's going to be.. something.

Anyway, yeah seriously, I think it's time we at the least change the topic of this thread. This season's actually kind of worth watching so far. It's a gently caress load better than WD's last season, mostly because at the rate things are happening here Negan wouldn't have lasted 4 episodes.

Blazing Ownager
Jun 2, 2007

I ain't got time to bleed.

Acacia REI posted:

I feel like Nick and Luciana are one of the more realistic depictions of a romantic couple forming in an apocalypse scenario I've personally seen LMFAO.

I kind of resent TV couples that fall hard and fast for each other and act like they've been together 10 years when it's actually only been like 3 weeks. It's weird but I kind of like that they just loving leave regardless of whether the other wants to follow them.

Like if I'm trying to survive the apocalypse, yeah, personal relationships will be probably be forged in the process

but I'm still looking out for myself and if I don't feel safe somewhere, I'm out.

I do think they are downplaying that opening mess considerably. Because they clearly said that ALL of the people knew about the psycho experiments happening, then suddenly nobody knows except the people involved. Yet that makes no sense because they were all cheering at Travis in the death pit. Like, the people we saw in episode 1 suddenly are not the same people we're dealing with (aside from one man) in episode 2 and up. It's the one big black mark on this so far.

That said, "Can't get square with what happened," is a bit of an understatement when what happened was 'My crazy son who's also kind of in charge of a lot of the place took turns executing dozens of her people that she co-lead just to record turn times.'

JossiRossi
Jul 28, 2008

A little EQ, a touch of reverb, slap on some compression and there. That'll get your dickbutt jiggling.

I hope the Native American who was talking about how it was "their" land, means that literally. Like Otto sued the state to turn over property rights or something instead of being Indian Cliche #1.

Acacia REI
Oct 8, 2016



Blazing Ownager posted:

Anyway, yeah seriously, I think it's time we at the least change the topic of this thread. This season's actually kind of worth watching so far. It's a gently caress load better than WD's last season, mostly because at the rate things are happening here Negan wouldn't have lasted 4 episodes.
------>Fear the Walking Dead: Third Season's a Charm?

Fear the Walking Dead S3: Surprisingly Above Average So Far

Fear the Walking Dead S3: At Least it's Not Trash-People

Fear the Walking Dead S3: Death by Clarke

Satchel and Trunk
Nov 4, 2008


Here's to hoping the Native Americans win for once. Of course they won't, because the Walking Dead universe is predictable as hell and loves making GBS threads on minorities. But Fear is still somehow way better than TWD this season...

Bates
Jun 15, 2006


Yeah I have to admit it's a decent show now. The new antagonists are interesting, their survival setup is not entirely ludicrous, things happen and people don't have 20 minute conversations about what it feels like being sad. It's.... ok.

Acacia REI
Oct 8, 2016



Blazing Ownager posted:

I do think they are downplaying that opening mess considerably. Because they clearly said that ALL of the people knew about the psycho experiments happening, then suddenly nobody knows except the people involved. Yet that makes no sense because they were all cheering at Travis in the death pit. Like, the people we saw in episode 1 suddenly are not the same people we're dealing with (aside from one man) in episode 2 and up. It's the one big black mark on this so far.

That said, "Can't get square with what happened," is a bit of an understatement when what happened was 'My crazy son who's also kind of in charge of a lot of the place took turns executing dozens of her people that she co-lead just to record turn times.'
I assumed it was maybe a group of a dozen or less who were aware of the experiments and the rest were unaware. I don't remember them saying everyone knew. Or they did but didn't realize how bad it was. Troy did downplay it all saying they were only taking people who were "gonna die anyway." I'd have to re-watch it though, a lot of the dialog from the first hour of the finale is kind of a blur to me now.

...Or maybe everyone but Jake was in on it and once he found out, they all just played dumb lmao


And yeah, in all the discussions I've seen on this, everyone thinks Luciana is a bitch for leaving. I think Nick was being insensitive for wanting her to stay. All the characters in the TWDverse have GPS tracking on each other anyway though so they will probably hook back up later.


JossiRossi posted:

I hope the Native American who was talking about how it was "their" land, means that literally. Like Otto sued the state to turn over property rights or something instead of being Indian Cliche #1.

Natives: "We want our land back"
Main characters: "We're sorry for what our ancestors did to your people but we were also born in this country too."
Natives: "No, we mean this was literally our property until the State turned it over to the Otto family so they could build their redneck prepper camp"

moist turtleneck
Jul 17, 2003

Represent.

Dinosaur Gum

I need to properly watch it tonight but I skimmed through it yesterday and I think that one guy needs to wear a helmet if he's got brain sticking out

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Cactus
Jun 24, 2006


The TV IV Fear the walking stair, the man that wasn't there, again today, I wish he'd stay away,

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