Happy Monday TV fans! After watching AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead season 5 episode 15, I realized that life is short and “if there’s things to say…you should say them.” There’s never really a right time and we may regret it for the rest of our lives if we don’t share these feelings. However, if we do share these inner thoughts or feelings, does it just ultimately make things harder in the end? Please note spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet.
In last night’s episode, “Channel 5,” the group decides to challenge Virginia with…another documentary. Meanwhile, Grace’s health continues to deteriorate, John and June contemplate moving up their wedding date, and Wes seems interested in painting with Alicia. My top 5 moments from Fear the Walking Dead season 5 episode 15 are:
“This is the truth.”
In the beginning of the episode, we watch Virginia’s documentary, which seems a little bit too good to be true…even more so than our group’s initial documentary. We learn that members of Virginia’s group wear keys on their shirts because “each one of us holds the key to the future,” but it’s clear that Virginia is actually only interested in people who she considers to be “useful” to her cause, but where does that leave everyone else?
Al is infuriated by this and wants to get the real truth out there. Morgan reminds her that they are going about things the right way, but that doesn’t mean that the right way will win in the end.
“Everybody is useful.”
Tom is beyond thrilled to be reunited with his sister, Janice, who happens to be the girl Wes saved. What a small world! I need to give a shout out to my good friend, Luke on QuizUp, who predicted this last week. Nice job, Luke!
Tom is excited about the mission and really wants to get the story out there, as we are presented with another documentary style episode, which was kind of underwhelming for me. Luckily, we do get a little bit of action later in the episode, but we are at the end of the season and I’m starting to wonder what is going to happen to shake things up?
“That’s a bitter sweet thing…”
It looks like I’m not the only one shipping Morgan and Grace, as John decides to ask if anything is going on between them during the documentary. John recognizes that it will be difficult for Morgan and Grace either way and asks June how she feels about moving up their wedding date.
June seems to be on board and it looks like we will be able to put Rabbi Jacob to work as well. I love John and June together, but they may need to put things on hold now that Virginia is in the mix.
“I just want to be around long enough to see it.”
Grace is still holding on, but it doesn’t look like she is doing too well, as the group tries to go on a detour to get her more fluids. Morgan attempts to tell Grace how he feels, but she ultimately stops him and explains that it will be too difficult. While I want some kind of happiness for Morgan and Grace, I completely understand where she is coming from.
It just seems so unfair that Morgan has finally lifted the guard around his heart and now has to watch Grace die unless there is some miracle waiting for them in the near future. Fingers crossed!
“You call her, there’s no coming back.”
Toward the end of the episode, we deal with a bridge of our very own and Tom decides to do anything for the story, which includes going down with the bridge. Sorry Tom! Al is beyond upset, but somehow manages to have the tape? I’m not too sure about that, but the group decides to keep going.
Unfortunately Humbug’s Gulch is overrun by walkers and the group is forced to ultimately make that call over to Channel 5 to ask for Virginia’s help. It looks like Virginia got what she wanted, but what does this mean for our group now?
Overall, I was slightly disappointed and underwhelmed with the episode. We already tried out the documentary style in a previous episode and I’m not sure that we needed another one now. I’ve been waiting for some kind of substantial character death and instead, we get Tom losing his common sense on the bridge.
Alicia and Wes seem to be hitting it off, but she is so focused on painting and I want the beast within her to be unleashed again because once she gets going, she is unstoppable! Poor Luciana is off serving Virginia at the oil field and while Virginia seems like an interesting foe, I’m not sure that we can salvage things in one episode, but I’m remaining hopeful.
What would YOU like to see happen on the season finale? Stay tuned!
I hope you enjoyed the list and feel free to post your own theories and thoughts on Fear the Walking Dead in the comments section below. Thanks so much for reading and happy viewing!
Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl
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