The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 4 – TV Show Review

The Walking Dead: Season 6, Episode 4 “Here’s Not Here” – TV Series Review

The Review –

So…. coming out of Episode 3 to episode 4, I can see why they went this route being that episode 3 sort of messed the show up. The Walking Dead Season 6 Episode 4 titled “Here’s not Here” is a pretty well put together story following what Morgan went through. Now I’m sure TWD can do about 20 more shows covering the lives and happenings of each individual part of the cast in order to keep the show floating, but what can correct the happenings in Episode 3, and how can the show blossom now.

Here’s not Here was a great episode and I thoroughly enjoyed it, it was just hard to consider after episode 3, but we will sit back and wait to see how it all plays out. All though I can say this was the slowest, and probably the most boring of all TWD.

Our Rating based on 1-5 Stars: 4 stars

IMDB Info –

Morgan tells the Wolves Leader about his meeting with Eastman, a lone survivor with a code.

Plot or Story Line –

After losing his family, Morgan becomes an uncontrolled killer of walkers and humans. He stumbles with a goat in a house and tries to kill the owner. However the man subdues him and locks Morgan in a cell in his living room. The man, Eastman, is a former forensic psychologist and tells that all life is precious; then he explains how the principles of Aikido have changed his life. As far as Morgan calms down, Eastman teaches Aikido to him and tells the story of his life. When Morgan leaves the place, he is a man with a different philosophy of life.

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