The Walking Dead The Final Season completing its last episode is an accomplishment in and of itself. Shuttering a studio and screwing over hundreds of people may not put these closing installments in the best light but the mere fact that it is a complete product now is quite noteworthy. But merely finishing something doesn’t guarantee that it’ll be good and even though THE WALKING DEAD THE FINAL SEASON EPISODE 4 doesn’t completely reek of the turmoil surrounding it, it’s a rather tame walk into the sunset. Its prior three episodes followed Clementine and AJ through this apocalyptic world as they struggled to fit in to the school from the season’s debut. While the second episode flirted with bigger stakes and some grand, far off war, the third entry seemed to imply that said war was imminent in Episode 4. However, Episode 4 doesn’t take the narrative baton from its promising predecessor. Instead, it picks up after the climactic moment from the prior episode and is simply about returning to the school in one piece. This approach lacks any grandiose plot and the results are mixed. The Walking Dead The Final Season Episode 4 Review | Lee would be proud…… Read full this story
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