Another fine episode for a series that seems to never miss his enamel: After thirteen years of airing not everyone keep us still glued to the screen, yet Grey's always manages to do so with ease.
We left with "Not today" and we can easily repeat it this week – and in all probability with the life to come. Having made progress where it seemed impossible, The Walking Dead slows again with an episode where, Apart from the final minutes and a few words here and there, virtually nothing happens again. And besides, wouldn't even be possible considering the short timeframes covered and the fact that we're not looking 24.
This week we took a break from a trip to Montana in cool Grey Sloan Memorial, in the company of only one of the couples now historical series: the Japril.
Who would have thought that an episode devoted entirely to Morgan could turn out to be really interesting? The prejudice towards it was strong, even leaving aside the recent trends in the series, the bets on Morgan have become tired immediately after his return; instead, following a first part that was just fear boredom in spades, I am glad to have been disproved.
After a week off Grey's back and, mid-season exact, sets the stage for the storyline that will accompany us up to the final; obviously, He does it with the usual ease and skill.
An old fashioned bet, who pays the price of overconfidence past experience, even by those same characters. Seasons ago, I would have probably lived differently, I even enjoyed the diversion used to make us reflect and moments from teen to Rick and Michonne. Today, in its seventh season and having a little filler episodes lead to frustration for meandering plot, the episode runs slowly and with raised eyebrows every five minutes.