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EPISODE DIRECTED BY TELEPLAY BY ORIGINAL AIRDATE
S04E10 - "The Last Stand" J. Miles Dale Chuck Hogan & Carlton Cuse Sunday, September 17, 2017 10:00/9:00c on FX

Episode Synopsis: In the series finale, Quinlan devises a desperate plan, but the costs are enormous. Eph wrestles with his conscience, Fet undertakes a suicide mission, and Dutch and Gus dig in for battle as humankind makes its final stand against the Master and his Strain.


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  • NO book spoilers! - Anything from the books that is not mentioned in the episode needs to be wrapped in the spoiler code -- including any character names

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Posted byHas seen this disease before.1 year ago
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EPISODE DIRECTED BY TELEPLAY BY ORIGINAL AIRDATE
S04E10 - "The Last Stand" J. Miles Dale Chuck Hogan & Carlton Cuse Sunday, September 17, 2017 10:00/9:00c on FX

Episode Synopsis: In the series finale, Quinlan devises a desperate plan, but the costs are enormous. Eph wrestles with his conscience, Fet undertakes a suicide mission, and Dutch and Gus dig in for battle as humankind makes its final stand against the Master and his Strain.


Remember!

  • This is a spoiler-friendly zone! - Feel free to discuss this episode without spoiler code.

  • NO book spoilers! - Anything from the books that is not mentioned in the episode needs to be wrapped in the spoiler code -- including any character names

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Bit of a spoiler if you have never seen any of the episodes, so I will put this in a spoiler tag:

SPOILER

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I'm enjoying the premise and the build-up, but god-damn the characters are stupid.

  • The old guy sucks at convincing people. Screaming "You have to destroy the bodies!" isn't gonna work... give specifics. Talk like a real person for a second.
  • Everyone approaches bad situations alone and without telling anyone... call for backup for fuck's sake! Tell someone!
  • The main characters were attacked by the plane's captain (infected) and so they know how serious this stuff is, and they have a video of his autopsy. Why not send it to the CDC etc instead of running off with old mate because 'they have to do this'.
  • Has anyone reported the missing coroner dude and the bodies to the other feds? Is anyone actually doing anything about the missing people, the murders, and so on? Surely there's more people across all the agencies than Dr F and Ms Ignored Advice?

As I said, I'm into the idea and where I think they're going, but I keep shouting at the characters because they're just so dumb.

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I have been scouring the internet for an answer as to why Louisa's daughter, Lydia appears to have one blue eye and one brown eye. The actress is clearly wearing a blue contact that seems to mimic Quinlan's eye color. Does anyone have an answer to this? It is as if they were insinuating that she was his actual daughter. It's driving me crazy. See picture below for reference

https://i.redd.it/8058esnyise11.png

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There is a scene in the 4th season where Eichorst says in front of Desai and the Master (in Palmer’s body) that Desai had done a much better job than Palmer ever did/could.

This seems to anger the Master visibly, and to me, the only logical reasoning is that Palmer is still Palmer, but also the master. Kind of like how Eichorst is still himself, despite being under the influence of the worms.

I don’t think this was ever acknowledged in the TV series, and I haven’t read the books. There didn’t seem to be any differences in his behavior as Bolivar and his first form, so I’m not sure what to make of it

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Does Quinlan have the worms too or can he control when he transfers them? He fed off of the lady in 1888 but she didn't begin to turn. I've only seen the shows.

Fuck zach.

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I've seen the first 6 seasons of the Walking Dead, and I have to say I like this much more. There are many flaws in this show, but I just couldn't put it down. I liked the concept and the plot but wish they'd spend more time (perhaps with better writers) to massage some of the bumps.

Obligatory rant about Zach. I started skipping over scenes with Zach after season 2 and didn't miss much. I don't think it was so much the character as the actor's fault. Yes, Zach was punchable, but I wish the actor (Max Charles) was capable of expressing more than one emotion. He often gives you the impression that he's angrily constipated.

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The only thing I liked the most on the comics is Zach and the less reliance on worms. Gosh with the series sometimes I want to puke

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I love the show so far. I'm excited to watch the rest. But I do not like how they recasted Zach in the second season. It is obvious it isnt the same person and it really throws me off for the rest of the show.

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