Fear the walking dead season 4 episode 13
- Fear The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 13 Review: Blackjack
- 'Fear the Walking Dead': Strand & John Go Boating in 'Blackjack' (RECAP)
- 'Fear The Walking Dead' Season 4, Episode 13 Review: 'Blackjack' [Updated]
Fear The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 13 Review: Blackjack
Next on Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 13: "Blackjack"season episode
Sign in. The two-time Golden Globe nominee David Oyelowo has an awards-worthy list of must-see shows. See if you're caught up on his picks. Watch now. Strand and John are marooned; Luciana aids a man in need; The group's efforts to help a stranger puts everyone in danger. Although this season of Fear is apparently controversial, I believe it's Fears best season yet. This year we've seen real character development come to this show, and have formed attachment to the new characters unlike how it was previously.
It looks like the gang is getting back together again after a fairly contrived separation. Alas, their reunion is just as contrived if not more so. Somehow everyone is on the same stretch of road despite having been driven apart by a massive hurricane-level storm. Luciana is out looking for Polar Bear's beer and, lo and behold, she not only finds one of those boxes, she finds one of the new ones that they just left with radio instructions. That's quite serendipitous. How is it possible that everyone is in the same place at the same time on the same highway in the giant state of Texas? And even if it's possible, how is it plausible enough to be taken seriously?
John and Strand aren't pirates, but they sure had a lot in common with them in this week's Fear The Walking Dead. Strand's worship of alcohol. John's inventive spirit and dedication to his lady love. Both of their questionable hygiene practices following the storm. Run-ins with dangerous sea okay, river creatures.
'Fear the Walking Dead': Strand & John Go Boating in 'Blackjack' (RECAP)
'Fear The Walking Dead' Season 4, Episode 13 Review: 'Blackjack' [Updated]
Read on…. Rather than panic, Wendell merely deployed spikes on the back of his chair… allowing Sarah to swoop in and steal his point for the kill, dang it. The villainess also had a message for Morgan, who was understandably unnerved that she knew his name: Stop making people, including himself, weak by leaving care packages all over the highway. In a flash, Morgan knocked the weapon out of her hand with a shovel. Even after raft No. By and by, he spotted a camper that had run off the road — its shell would make a great raft, he thought. Afterwards, John sweetly lit into Victor for risking his neck for a bottle of wine.
'Fear The Walking Dead' offers up yet another mediocre episode and even some tense action scenes can't drag it from the crocodile-infested.
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