On episode 38 of Fear the Walking Dead Talk Through, it’s just Kyle and me this time, as we talk through Fear the Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 3, titled Good Out Here. Good Out Here was written by co-executive producer Shintaro Shimosawa, and directed by Dan Liu.
Do not read any further if you have not watched this episode! I mean it! OK… here it goes… We lost Nick this week!!! NICK!!! NICK??? It was a shocking ending that you couldn’t have seen coming. It was a great episode before the ending, but the ending solidified this episode as one of the best Fear the Walking Dead episodes to date, if not the best. Where do we go from here, and where is Madison? If she’s still alive, how’s she going to take the news? I missed reacting to it in Lara’s voicemail, but could Madison kill Charlie out of vengeance? So many of Madison’s actions have been to protect or find Nick. Then again, is Madison still alive? I know I had speculated she was dead last week, but I’m now finding it difficult to conceive of a show where they kill both Nick and Madison off. Who would lead the show after that? I see no good candidates that will ultimately work in that role.
Like the first two episodes, the feedback on this episode is overwhelmingly positive, though not unanimous. Most people seem to like where the show is going but are floored by the death of Nick. I thought this was the best episode of the series.
Ratings for Good Out Here were 0.97 in the 18-49 demographic with 2.708 million viewers, down from last week‘s 1.09 and 3.066 million viewers.
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