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Reverend Meteor

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Subj: Re: Anticlimactic death of a main cast member on Fear The Walking Dead
Posted: Thu Jun 08, 2017 at 08:22:59 am EDT (Viewed 99 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Anticlimactic death of a main cast member on Fear The Walking Dead
Posted: Thu Jun 08, 2017 at 08:13:07 am EDT (Viewed 108 times)




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      Does anyone watch this crappy show?

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        They killed Travis the only character I remotely cared about in the 2nd part of the 2 part premiere. And the dumb part is the first episode would have made much more sense to kill him in some sort of heroic sacrifice at the army base where the soldiers are enjoying killing innocent people. But no they killed him off the beginning of the 2nd episode from a random bullet when he's in a helicopter. Lame death. The setup for an epic death was right there in the first episode and they wasted it.



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    I have been wanting Travis to meet his demise since the first episode. Yes, in the first of the two episodes the other night he finally started to get his Rick Grimes on, but I honestly don't think his character was going to go anywhere.


I'm not going to say he was a great character...but I could stand him more than the other characters/actors. Even though he was naive to the point of being dangerous.

I was starting to like the angst ridden version of him now that his useless son was dead. I just hate his annoying step-family.


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    The original has consistently had characters that are interesting and engaging. Not so this lame fiasco.


Everyone I ever liked on the show already died. Shane, Herschel, Dale, Tyresse.



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