I’m going to take a quick detour here just to say that this is the best episode of the whole show. It’s also the best episode of the entire show, which makes it the second best episode, and probably the best episode of the entire series. I’m not sure in the end, but there’s a part of me that thinks this might have been the best episode.
This episode is one of the few episodes that is very dark, and a bit depressing. The point that the two characters are making is that they both have different lives, and their paths are going to intersect. We were told in the episode that the two characters had to meet each other because they are both destined to meet an evil force in the middle of the night. As I said, its a bit depressing, but I think it was the best scene in the series so far.
The two characters were set to meet at the end of the episode, but then we see them in the same room (without touching) for the next 10 minutes. The point of the scene was that both of the characters have the same destiny, but are facing different situations. This reminds me a lot of the “The Man Who Loved Wings” episode from The Last Song.
That’s why I’m really glad that they are both getting their powers back. Even though the episode took a long time to get to, the two characters were getting their powers back at the end of the episode. It’s a great moment, and helps move the story forward.
The scene where the two characters have the same fate (and same powers) is not a happy moment for either. Mrs. King is a great character, and a great addition to the group. She is someone you can actually relate to and relate to her in a way a lot of the other characters don’t. Her “dance” is a big reason she works as a hostess at the local coffee shop, and how that makes her seem more attractive to people.
The last few episodes have been really good and its great to see her again.
After the last episode she was completely out of the picture. I was really hoping she would come back, and maybe bring Mr. King along, for which I am very grateful. He is a very similar character, who is a lot like her, and is at the same time very very different. His powers are extremely similar too, but at least he is not the only one who can dance.
With a new episode about to be released every week, I expect the show to start getting a bit more interesting. The writers are finally getting their characters back on track and it’s great to see them getting back to talking to each other. As for Mrs. King, her face has been the same for the last couple of episodes, but this time she has a new look. I was glad to see her back on the screen again, and I’m excited to see where she goes from here.
It’ll be interesting to see how this show develops, and who gets who back. But I suspect the writers will have to do a lot to make Mrs. King as cool as she used to be.
A lot of the writers seem to be putting their characters back in touch with each other, but it still seems like writer Robert Kirkman has been doing a lot of tweaking in his scripts. A lot of the changes come from adding and removing details from things that we already know. As a result, it makes us wonder if the writers are going to do the same in this season.