@Hogy: Been a while since I've played Fallout, so I can't remember the reference. I did enjoy the episode though. So tragic and so perfect. Real emotional punch to the gut. I missed it last weekend so I caught up yesterday with the re-run.
And now moving on to the latest episode...
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I'm glad to see Team Guile is tagging along a bit more. They're still silly caricatures, but they won't ever become more than that if they don't get some more screen time. And at least the one army chick is wearing pants now. Plus people are starting to group up.
But I'm wearing of this Terminus place. It smells like a trap. I'm betting that hippy lady is a cannibal.
And then there's Daryl and his new friends. I like this faucet because it highlights one of the types of groups you'd probably see in a post-apocalypse. It's also bringing to light Daryl's bad side which we know he has. This could definitely lead to some bad things if Daryl takes things too far and stands by his new friends too long. Then again, he'll probably--and predictably--see the light and cling to his goodness, turn on his new found biker friends, and kill them once they meet up with Rick & co.
Regardless, the biker group is a much more logical set of characters than Team Guile. Their "scientist" seems like a fraud to me, and redheaded Guile is just dumb enough not to know any better.
"I believe toys resonate with us as humans, we can hold them, it's tactile, real! They are totems for our extended beliefs and imaginations. A fetish for ideas that hold as much interest and passion as old religious relics for some. We display them in our homes. They show who we are. They are signals for similar thinking people. A way we connect with each other...and I guess thats why I do toys. That connection." -Ashley Wood