I'll watch the rest of this season, 3 episodes I believe...then hopefully some other show worth watching will fill the Sunday evening time slot. I really like Better Call Saul, although I've read that season 5 won't be around until August of this year.
I plan to finish it out as well. I am waiting for Preacher to return, BCS airs on Mondays am looking forward to it returning as well. But neither of these shows will be on until months after TWD airs the finale. Good thing I have a lot of catching up to do on Netflix and Amazon Prime.
In a few, gotta go get my set up ready to watch TWD then TTD.
Well I'm a bit confused, trying to sort out tonight's episode. Flashback sequences make me crazy, but perhaps I missed an episode or two
somewhere....plus I should have turned on the close captioning, but didn't take the 20 minutes it would have taken for me to figure it out.
I didn't know Michonne had been pregnant, and don't know what happened to the child. And then Jocelyn, a person from Michonne's past with
the pack of wild kids...now for reasons unclear- brand Michonne and Daryl with the hot iron. Jocelyn beating Michonne with the board, all this is
hard to put together.
Michonne's child (Rick's child) is with her. He (Archie I believe his name is) was bike riding with Judith pushing the bike in front of their house when Michonne was called to the tower to see who was knocking to come in. She told Judith to watch him.
The program was kinda confusing. I too, wondered how they got the brandings on their backs, then they showed how it happened.
No, you never missed any episodes...this is the first time we were introduced to Jocelyn and the wild bunch of kids to explain the branding.
I'm glad to know there are only 2 more shows and the season is over. Season 9 has just been dragging on and on, for me.
When writing the story of your life, don't let anyone else hold the pen!
I thought it was a pretty good episode, for me, it cleared up a lot of questions. For a while many people were wondering if Michonne was hallucinating about her and Rick's child; possibly just talking to herself in those first episodes. I'm pretty sure the writers wanted to keep us guessing, why else would they have kept the child hidden throughout most of this time. that was quite irritating. I can see how this episode was confusing for a lot of people. I don't care for the time jumping back and forth either, but this one time I felt a sense of the old days of the group, that little bit felt nice to watch.