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Sunday, January 2, 2022

[Episode 172] Season 7, Episode 8 of Fear The Walking Dead, "Padre"

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WE'RE BACK and finally ready to deconstruct the events of #FearTheWalkingDead's S7 #Midseason Finale with you. After recovering from the SHOCKING events that transpire (MOSTLY TO #ALICIACLARK), we've uncovered some great nuggets we can't wait to share with you! We want to know what you think, as well!
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Rachael Burt:
Sherrandy Swift:
AKA @BlazyGardener

  • Watch the DAVE REACTS to Fear The Walking Dad's Midseason Finale, The Walking Dead: World Beyond's Series Finale, and Talking Dead announcing Madison Clark's return:
  • Taking some time to process these last few episodes.
  • Backtracking on the story, thus far, to place certain events in the timeline.
  • So Arno is stripping the dead so Alicia Clark can’t find Walker Senator Elias Vazquez? When did he splinter off and why? Is Arno too pretty to die?
  • June Dorie and John Dorie, Sr were residing in Strand's Tower well after Will's yeeting.
  • To understand Alicia's behavior, Dave compares it to a D.N.R. (Do Not Resuscitate). Sherrandy points out how little she's slept.
  • It's not just the possibility that walkers might contain echoes of who they once were that reminds Alicia of what the world once was.
  • Morgan Jones's remorse over seeing Alicia’s arm.
  • Is Alicia's story, this episode, resemble Morgan Jones' story? Alicia needs the Senator Walker to mean something
  • Why Victor Strand isn't that bad and, in some ways, Morgan is to blame for what's happened.
  • But why is Alicia so mad at Strand? Oh yeah, remembering everything he's done in all seasons, but specifically Season 6.
  • Walker Will's back looking like an accordion: but does he remember Alicia?
  • "We’re going to War!"
  • Regardless of what it it actually was, Strand yeeted what might've been between Will and Alicia.
  • Gus Halper (who plays Will) personally attacks Sherrandy when he says Padre Island would've been "too obvious" a location for P.A.D.R.E.
  • Screen-grabbing as Alicia thumbs through the PADRE docs, dates/events described and surrounding The Munich Massacre emerge: September 14, 1972.

  • On the subject of dates: TWD World Beyond's post-credits scene and the early 2000s dates on Project Votus documents; Why are they watching Jenner? Is the Munich Massacre mention relevant?
  • What purpose does Arno's naked walkers (in lettered pens, spreading them out across the landscape) serve?
  • We might be crazy, but it seems like there's a lot of evidence that either Strand or Arno sent Dirty Bomb Walkers after Morgan.
  • Strand's comically clear shot of Morgan: how did he miss?!
  • Look ahead teaser into the rest of Season 7Rabbi Jacob Kessner looking like one of the Knights Who Say Ni (Monty Python and the Holy Grail) in a screengrab.
    Courtesy of @BlazyGardener's Instagram
    Regrabbed with better resolution by @MystYang
  • Mickey (Aisha Tyler's character) is not feeling Alicia's methods of finding PADRE (to put it mildly).
  • Concern over Alicia’s mental state, but also concerned about the future of her character.
  • Apropos signage plastered all over the bunker.

  • Alicia’s 28 people vs. Strand’s 200+; What winning might look like for Alicia; How Strand convinces his particular variety of people to fight for him.
  • Lines are being drawn between all our beloved characters due to Alicia's & Strand's personal beef.
  • Alicia's current state reminds us of all the idiots that wish for Clear Morgan's return.
  • Deconstructing the state of FearTWD's storytelling, thus far, and why it must change.
  • Will represents us and how we would truly be afraid of  going "up there"; "Weak" people not only remind us of our humanity, but are a necessary element in telling The Walking Dead Universe's story, moving forward.

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