Morgan? He's dead to me. In a time where only the fittest survive, he is in the bottom and as much a danger to others as the wolves are. Same thing with little Damien boy. One "Mom" out of his mouth and I would have slowly done an Exorcist head turn and given him "Mom death eyes." Jesus, what's wrong with these people.
So Glenn is alive then. Right? Walkie Talkie convo: "zombie growl followed by 'help'." Here I thought they'd wait until the season finale. I was so bored during this episode, I started playing Candy Crush.
Damn! This thread was decimated! Like what you did there Mark Anthony. I'm liking the theme of family. Indian Joe came to the Germans at a young age, and is sort of seen as family by one of the brothers and as a commodity by the other. I prefer these family groups to the more one on one concept from last year.
Brancato has the title of writer although there are other writers on individual episodes. I would love to know what the process was: Spanish first? English first? Netflix has done a series completely in Spanish. This might be the first one in Spanish with English subtitles. I can't find who did what anywhere. Pah!
I need to find out, if Chris Brancato wrote it, then who translated it? Chris won't be writing the second season as he has departed for ABC. I hope this doesn't adversely affect the quality of the writing.
While good, it's not as rich as the Spanish dialogue. Regarding the bad words, Puta is used as an adjective. It can be used like effing or mother effing, but also as God damned. Give me the God damned gun. Dame la puta pistola. Plus marica is used as an all-encompassing male insult. It can be used in lieu of asshole. It also means the horrible homophobic word, but here they use it as mostly asshole. Again, the Spanish dialogue is gold.
I was wondering where Wagner was from. He's very close, but I could tell he wasn't a native speaker. I just finished episode three. The thing is that not only is the writing good in English, but it is even better in Spanish. Seriously, the nuances and colloquialisms are perfection. This show is gold.
This scenario results in survival of the fittest. Nick better get better soon. Also, I don't see how driving to the desert is a a feasible option. I have visions of Mad Max plus running out of gasoline, water, and food in general. I'm the type who would commit suicide. No running from zombies for me. Apocalypse happening? I'm done with that nonsense, but that's just me.