In brief: Morgan shows up in Texas where he encounters John and Al. They're waylaid by the Clark kids, Strand and Luciana. In a second timeline, we see the Clark family and other survivors making a go at civilization in a fortified baseball diamond. Instead of wrapping up these two disparate timelines, they continue throughout the first eight episodes with another timeline or two thrown in to boot. Ultimately it's revealed that Madison is killed when the Vultures sick all their zombies on the Diamond for pretty much no reason, and that's why Alicia is out for revenge against June, who didn't actually do anything.
Then, in the second half of the season pretty much all this is discarded and we move on to a plot that's basically this: A hurricane hits Texas. The group of not-really-companions is torn apart. Morgan ends up a couple states away but makes his way back to save everyone. They all find each other. A crazy filthy woman tries to kill them and fails. The end.
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You can't really fix these two half seasons, but you can certainly make them better. Here's how I would have done it. Let's just stand here in the open holding our guns like idiots. Remember in the first half of the season when Al was filming Strand, Alicia and Luciana talking about how they should have convinced Madison to leave the Diamond?
They were literally finishing one another's sentences with sad faces. Luciana has uttered lines this season that are straight out of a bad soap opera. Just awful, awful melodrama throughout the season. Even the way Madison led the zombies into the Diamond instead of away from it to her own death was just painfully melodramatic and contrived.
The filthy woman and her madness? Polar Bear dying in the car and asking Luciana why she would help a stranger? Bad writing and melodrama just dominated this entire season, rather than the very real human conflict that defined Season 3. Strand turned into a drinker and nothing much else.
Luciana is just I could go on and on, but it's these kind of bizarre, out-of-character choices and screw-ups that make me grind my teeth watching both these zombie shows. I've been banging this drum for ages. The Vultures were the villains during the first half of Season 4. Essentially greedy hipsters with no clue as to how to run a siege who ultimately decided that the best way to defeat their enemies was to unleash hundreds of zombies on them, making it impossible to take the stuff they were so determined to take in the first place.
Saviors-Lite did little to inspire fear, hatred or any other emotion in views. But plenty of eye-rolling. The villain during the second half of Season 4 was Martha, aka the Filthy Woman. The less we say about her the better. Her backstory boils down to her watching her husband die on the side of the road and people drove by and didn't stop to help them.
Then she somehow lived all alone for the next few years, surviving in the wild in total isolation, before she snapped and started killing really stupid and apparently deaf truckers because they were trying to help people. What inane, pointless, feeble villains compared to the interesting, complicated Otto family.
What a shame we didn't get more of Proctor John from Season 3, who was just shaping up to be an interesting bad guy before he was While I still think the cinematography was mostly very good in Season 4, the special effects often left much to be desired. Zombie makeup was, of course, excellent.
As I've said in the past , if these shows just held the acting and writing to the same standards as the zombie makeup we'd have award-winning television on our hands. Namely, there were scenes during the hurricane where zombies were flying around like they were made out of paper. Nothing else was blowing around in the wind.
No cats or dogs, no boxes, no debris. Just zombies. It looked fake. It was laughably unrealistic. Can we please get some color back in this show? It's not that I'm against camera filters. But they've gone completely overboard in Season 4. It's not quite black and white and lacks the stark contrast black and white can bring to a scene. It's just a muted grey now that feels lifeless and, well, pointless.
Season 4 would have been at the very least more visually appealing with a more saturated color scheme. Look, I like Morgan. I've always liked Morgan. Later, both Carl and Jesus seemed to adopt his live-and-let-live attitude because apparently the writers aren't able to carry out logical character development and just have Morgan continue to be that character, but I digress. I like Morgan. I just think he's been given short shrift by the writers and showrunners.
Half the things he said and did made no sense. It didn't last. But Morgan just isn't a leading man. He's a great secondary character. He's a great foil for more violent leads like Rick and Carol, and I honestly think he could have been very interesting across from Nick and Madison. But in the second half of the season he was positioned as the lead and that basically entailed him wandering back and forth across long distances, either leaving or looking for his new friends. For reasons nobody explains, he was regularly placed in a leadership role despite never really wanting it.
It never made any sense from a story or character standpoint. But here we are with Morgan, rather than Madison or Alicia, as the new top guy in the show. Not only did we take a female-driven show and give it to a male lead for no reason, we gave it to a male lead who makes more sense in a support role. I also love Sam, but it just doesn't work. The liars are trapped outside of Charles' dollhouse, where his games grow more sinister; Ezra, Caleb and Toby are determined to locate the liars. The girls go to the hotel Ali checked in before she disappeared.
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