Happy Monday TV fans! After watching AMC’s Fear the Walking Dead season 5 episode 16, I realized that our actions may be about the future, but what if we aren’t around to see their impact? Do they still matter? Should we still risk it all to do the right thing? Please note MAJOR spoilers are ahead if you have not gotten a chance to watch the latest episode yet.
In last night’s episode, “End of the Line,” the group attempts to find another way around Virginia’s offer, but they run into some trouble. Meanwhile, Dwight self-reflects, John and June finally tie the knot, and Alicia is back in action. My top 5 moments from Fear the Walking Dead season 5 episode 16 season finale are:
“I’m not afraid of it anymore.”
Finally! Our girl, Alicia Clark is back!!!!! Alicia is back in action and Victor happily hands over her weapon. There’s no reason why Alicia can’t paint things and kick some walker ass too!
Alicia is confident that they can clear the gulch and sparks are continuing to fly between her and Wes, but will we eventually get to see something beyond lingering stares? I hope so, but I am thrilled that Alicia is ready to channel the strength within her because we need her!
“I am who I am because of you folks.”
Dwight gets his time to shine in this episode, as he tries to convince the group that they can make things work without Virginia. Dwight does not want to repeat history and he remembers what happened with Negan all too well. He clearly doesn’t want the same thing to happen to his new friends here.
After the walkers decide to go for a dip to cool off in the river, Dwight ends up surrounded, but Morgan and the others refuse to leave him behind. I think the character development of Dwight is necessary and important and we will definitely need him in the fight against Virginia later on.
“I loved you since the first day you washed up on my shore.”
I don’t know what it is about John and June, but they make me swoon and then some! These two finally get their special moment, as they tie the knot in front of the group. The group still has a little bit of time left before Virginia gets there and they try to make the most of it. I thought June looked absolutely stunning in her green gown and it was incredibly sweet and selfless of Dwight to give them his rings.
“I felt something. I need you to know that.”
John and June aren’t the only ones to get their romantic moment, as Morgan finally tells Grace how he feels. Grace reciprocates the feeling before they are separated, after confiding in Morgan about why she originally didn’t want him to say anything.
Well, we find out that Grace’s story about her past love interest at the plant does have a point, as she is actually pregnant, rather than sick, which I did not see coming. I’m happy that Grace is all right, but I’m extremely concerned about the shocking moment that follows…here we go.
So, I’ve been saying for a while that we need a major character death in order to shake things up on this show, but I was not expecting this. After everyone is separated by Virginia’s people, I was beyond upset. Side note, the separation of Daniel and Skidmark really made me cry! But, Virginia decides not to take any chances with Morgan, leaving him for last.
Virginia turns the gun on him and shoots him, leaving him for dead. It’s clear that Morgan has been threatening Virginia’s vision for the future a little bit too much and she wants to be rid of him once and for all. We are left seeing Morgan bleeding out, as walkers approach him. After finding out that Grace is actually pregnant, Morgan seems hopeful still and radios out that “it was about the future” and tells everyone to “just live.”
Well, I’m hoping that Morgan can somehow take his own advice, but it doesn’t look too good for our main character. That being said, I’m thinking back to TWD when we thought Glenn was originally dead in an impossible situation, so I know that sometimes the impossible is possible in TWD universe, but we will have to wait and see Morgan’s fate.
This was definitely the shocking moment I was looking for, although I don’t want anything to happen to Morgan. I would love to get some of your theories. Do you think Morgan is truly dead? 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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