Two are the main events of this episode: Meredith's response all ’ invitation of Thorpe and l ’ immeasurable idiocy of April.
It promises to be a tough week for us fans of The Walking Dead. Not only will the Season Finale with the coveted and anticipated arrival of Negan, but our emotional stability is put to the test as never before in previous seasons because a final episode so don't you'd never expected. I sent back the final minutes because he believed he had lost a key frame that would change everything; but no, I had not seen bad.
The second season of Murder has come to an end and, just for a change, nothing is what it looked like; We are now over the twists, Here the authors skillfully juggles between half truths and new discoveries, and so just a breath of wind to revolutionize all our certainties.
Spend quiet days in Alexandria, where the usual routine is repeated by introducing some small element of newness here and there. And so it is also for the first thirty minutes of this fourteenth episode, until a series of events that alternate OMG! to WTF?!
After twelve years Grey's Anatomy show can still play very well his cards, and it does so without inventing weird stuff to try and impress, but with one of his classic moves: the romantic/emotional clifffhanger.
The first few minutes they did fear that we would have followed the path that led Maggie and Carol to end prisoner of Saviors, only after reaching the same timeline with which ended the previous episode. Fortunately it wasn't that. Chronologically we move forward and although the episode is focused solely on Maggie and Carol, the two women did not make for nothing regret their fellow men. The contributed to that effect also comes from Saviors, in 40 minutes which is inevitable comment praising the Girl Power!
We are on the eve of the season finale and couldn't ask for better in this series: the plot unfolds in a masterly way, every plot twist is perfectly calibrated and nothing happens by accident.
A “episode intermission”, This Grey's Anatomy, where nothing happens by relevant to ’ latest scene; all the storylines are more or less suspended, to distract us a bit’ in view of the next wave of various events and possible and to prepare the ground for the turning point in the life of Meredith.
All heralded a quiet episode, focused on the psychology of the characters, Maybe with some harmless zombies here and there, In short a break before the tour de force that would lead Rick&Co. face to face with l ’ annunciatissimo villain Negan. And in fact this is the feeling that remains for good 25 minutes: many words, many discussions and much preparation. But just when it seems certain that the clash with the Saviors is postponed, the battle begins. Unfortunately for our survivors is only the first.