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On the flip side, this might make The Walking Dead seem ten times better when it's back on. We'll be glad we don't have to watch that Fear garbage Laughing

You know, that's probably true. Laughing

It might get better, but I remember how TWD, which also started slow, hooked me from the very beginning. I immediately sympathized with Rick and was along for the ride. Granted, my respect for the show has gone down since then.
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I did watch Fear and liked it. It wasn't what I was expecting. It had some problems, but it's what I would expect from a pilot. We'll see.
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Well, four episodes in and "Fear" is finally starting to get interesting. Aside from Nick, I'm still not too fussy about the characters, but I like the situation. I wonder if the government is no more and the soldiers are just acting like it is to have authority over the town. It seems a bit early for the government to have collapsed, but it could be interesting if that was the case.
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Eh, the shows okay, but I won't miss it if it never comes back. I'm just not sold on the characters or the situation.
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^ The characters are far too suburban for my liking. I just want Daryl to show up and punch someone. Cool
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So Fear the Walking Dead Season One is over, and they're doing a season two from the sounds of it. What did everyone think?

I certainly think it was better by the last episode, but I also think there's a huge gap between the character quality in this show versus that of The Walking Dead. However, I do like the idea of the boat and what they might do with that. Would be a very different show if they turn it into a zombie Gilligan's Island.

Otherwise, I'm looking forward to this Sunday.
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I thought it was pretty good, but not enough to get me that excited for Season 2.

I'm really hoping they keep the focus of this show tight. Even though I'm not the biggest fan of the characters, I hope they keep it as a family drama with an endgame in mind rather than another endless show with old characters dying and new characters replacing them all the time. The main show is aimless and repetitive enough (and I say that as someone who enjoys it).
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I'm loving this season of TWD.

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Just watched "Here's Not Here". I didn't know TWD could be so beautiful...
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Yeah, that was a great episode. I think that guy's philosophy is perfect for the real world, but I don't think it will work well for the zombie apocalypse. It does add a lot more justification to why Morgan is the way he is.
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Well... as far as mid-season finales go this one was kind of dumb.

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