Living in Ireland, I guess I'd row my way to one of the many tiny islands of the coast that only have a population of a few dozen. My only worry would be that there would be too many people with the same idea.
I'm a little bewildered by the Wolves. I was expecting an army of battle-hardened psychopaths, considering the devastation they inflicted on Noah's camp and the amount of walkers roaming the countryside with W's carved on their foreheads. I wasn't expected two dudes, one gun and zero bullets that got their asses handed to them by a quasi-pacifist with a broom handle. I have no doubt that there are many more Wolves than these two, but how advanced can this enemy be if they're wandering around harassing people with empty weapons?
Also, what's their game? In this world, you expect the bad people to overrun your camp so that they can take it for themselves. After all, it's the survivalist mentality that his lead to so many dangerous people on this show. Yet the Wolves simply run through camps, kill all the inhabitants in a brutal manner, presumably take their supplies, then move on. I guess it makes sense if we find out that the Wolves have their own camp and therefore have no need of the ones they conquer.
And why the fuck do they mark themselves with W's? I thought that was just a mark they used to brand their victims.
Lastly, I think it's extremely unlikely that the Wolves we saw were exiles from Alexandria. When they found the pictures of Alexandria, it seems as though they were only becoming aware of the camp's existence for the first time. I very much doubt Alexandria would have been left alone for so long if the Wolves were already aware of the place.
One more thing actually, I thought the actor who played the main Wolf was pretty damn good. He really sold me on the whole unhinged, psycho who's had to do a lot of fucked of things vibe. I found the conversation between him and Morgan by the bonfire fascinating.
Wow, almost two hours since this week's episode ended, and not a peep. I thought this show would have a lot more fans on this forum.
Anyway, great episode. I was happy to see Mike heavily featured this week. I expected that they might direct focus away from him this week since he was the star of last week's TV masterpiece. It was cool to see him do his first bit of "PI" work for Saul, the first of many no doubt.
Gabriel, you motherfucker! How the fuck could he do something like that? If it wasn't for Rick's group, he would have been walker food a long time ago. And this betrayal comes from the fact that they hacked a few cannibals to death? Cannibals that were trying to kill and fucking eat them? They should have left him back at the church with a bullet in his head.
I'm very saddened at Noah's death. I had really warmed up to that character, and was hoping that he would stick around a while longer. Aidan and Nicholas were walking shitstorms. So much loss could have been avoided if they hadn't been a part of the forage.
I'm thinking things are really gonna heat up next week. Gabriel has poisoned Deanna's mind with distrust regarding the group, and now they're going to show up and tell her that her son is dead. I have a sneaky suspicion that Nicholas (the sickening coward that he is) is going to lie about what happened, and stitch up Glenn and Co. in order to save his own skin.
Excellent episode. Can't wait til next week.
I've been scrolling through Netflix trying to decide on a documentary to watch, and thought that I would start this thread in the hopes of getting some good suggestions. Feel free to list your top ten, five, or even just one or two that you really enjoyed for whatever reason.
I was talking to my friend, and he suggested that perhaps it was Morgan who took the gun. It seems almost impossible that he could have followed them all the way to Virginia, but then again if he hasn't tailed them and is still in Georgia, what the hell was the point in showing him tailing the group throughout the first half of season 5?