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Discussion in 'Episode 406 - Just in Case' started by Sharpie61, May 20, 2018.
It was a bit creepy, especially the look on her face. She wasn't kidding when she said her job is to be behind a camera. I too thought of Nightcrawler.
This was the first episode where I felt a dark side to Al...she meant business when Alicia started questioning her about the artillery in the truck.
Speaking of her artillery...i think she'll have no choice but to use it now, thanks to Morgan's warning to the vultures that they would be coming lol. Oh Morgan...
Nothing gives you a high quite like when a producer and actor of the show you obsess over likes you're tweet on twitter!
That's so exciting!
I still have the email notification letting me know Josh Mcdermitt liked my tweet a while back lol. I was giddy.
Why do we consider the number of viewer eyeballs "ratings"? Shouldn't ratings be the reaction of those who witness something? By that measure, the ratings were higher for this episode.
Where does she get the electricity to power her video camera?
Almost makes you wish you hadn't added that extra "e" to Colman.
Hmmm, why does Naomi want Madison to leave hmmm?!? Head Vulture?! Lol. Just sharing.
I let out a gasp, and then woo hoo, when he followed me on twitter. I was sad to see him go.
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That's awesome Jag!!
I didn't even notice until you pointed it out hahaha damn autocorrect
I'm sure he was happy with the correspondence either way.
Ooh. Episode 8 is titled, "No One's Gone." Is that because Madison is still among the living, or because she is always in their hearts?
Well she did have that line: “no ones gone until there gone” hmmmmmm
TWD people were really bad with that, but I'll give the new Fear people the benefit of the doubt for now. Gimple also would have been even more ridiculously vague, "Obviously something very bad happened there to John."
I was actually more surprised that they admitted that he was alive.
The SWAT truck must have some 12V outlets (connected to the batteries of the truck) inside which she used to charge the batteries of the camcorder.
I also wonder how much gas that SWAT truck must go through. And bullets.