Warning: The following contains spoilers for Sunday's Fear Walking Dead .
Oh, Luciana! By season 5 of Fear Walking Dead had known better than saying things like "If we can crush a plane for someone if we can almost die for anyone coming next, how bad can it "But she says she did in Sunday's" Humbug's Gulch ". And enough at the end of the hour we had a cold of how much worse it was that was coming. What was the terrible twist that ended the episode that marked Fear TWD debut of TWD s Dwight (Austin Amelio)? Read on …
But John and June hadn't done it before the brothel door than he insisted they wouldn't get stuck in the dust storm and just had to go. Then they went … only to be shot again; their attacker had caught up with them! After the guy shot out their tires and became the wings of John, the mystery man dropped on the sharpshooter. "Where is she?!?" Cried the guy I suppose I hardly need to tell you was Dwight. Faster than you could say, "behind you," June had clocked him, and in the brothel they went. (It should really have had a swivel door.) Because of Dwight's Sherry notes, John assumed that Dwight was "all worn out looking for this woman. Maybe he just broke." At least, whee! They had someone they could help!
& # 39; WHOLE PLACE IS SCREWED & # 39; | When Dwight awoke it quickly became apparent that he gave up. He told John and June that he had a car at the end of the street that they could take. Of course, the goodies were not leaving him behind. They wanted to get out there, so they would help him find … "I'm looking for my wife," finally Dwight admits. Occasionally the trio escaped from hikers who had surrounded the brothel by climbing out of a window upstairs. In no time had Dwight found another way to try to give up by sacrificing himself so John and June could get away. Only again would they not let him do it. Eventually, they got to for Dwight's car just to return and jump into John and June's vehicle with the flat tires. When our heroes reached him over the radio, he explained that he had shot them first because they had driven the last car that Sherry had been in. Every time she moved to a new place, she left him a note; this car had nothing in it.
Dwight long ago told John and June he had thought he had just been too far behind Sherry to catch up with her. "But now I'm finally starting to see it." He did not deserve to be reunited with her, not the things he had done. Hell, he added, "I would kill you for nothing." "In late June, he was very much loved by suicide, and she and John shot hikers from his car so he could leave with them. (John even took two hikers with his last bullet by ricochette it off an ax. "It was only the second time I ever took it away," he marveled.) That night, John Dwight told him he had made a discovery: VIN & # 39; did not match the registration that Sherry wrote her last note. So maybe she left her message to Dwight in which car she had really driven. When their leg of the story reached a fork in the road, they were reunited with Morgan, Alicia and Lucy – and Morgan and Dwight were stunned to see such familiar faces. But more on the bit …
& # 39; We all try to start with & # 39; | After Alicia and Lucy managed to tune into Annie, Max and Dylan on their walkie-talkie, the women took off after the kids. How could they not after hearing Annie tell Dylan that he could better hide because "I can see them"? (OK, it was actually chilling.) On the way to who knows where (they didn't), Alicia radiated Morgan not to worry, it wasn't about her blood loss, she just tried to do the right thing … like her and Lucy's car ran over a plank with nails sticking out of it and crashing. When Morgan was hit by them, he suggested that the children probably still had their radios so Alicia would talk to them. Not only did she, she said what she wanted, she had before they split. Being: "I lost my mother … and my brother … and I know how much you are angry and scared, and it's not because I've been there, it's because I'm there." They didn't have to go through it alone, she added. All they had to do was give the adults a chance. In response, crickets.
At nightfall, the trio had met John and June at Humbug's Gulch. When Morgan saw Dwight, he was stunned … and quick to prevent the former savior from making excuses for his past behavior. They had all done terrible things, Morgan said. And now they all tried to zone. When Alicia asked Dwight about the roadblocks, he explained that he had only been able to explore to some extent – there was a large one that was impenetrable. "Not too long," Alicia said, standing in front of the obstacle. But before they could start breaking down, Max radioed that he and his sibs were on their way to the truck. The timing is so convenient, it smelled like a trap – and it turned out to be one. Earlier, Alicia had told Morgan that "it starts to feel like we're on the right track" than they spotted the pram. In it was a cowering, blood spatter Dylan. From there we cut to Annie and Max … to add more hikers to their roadblocks! "Do they think they bought it?" She asked her brother. "Absolutely," Max said, adding that he was sure Dylan would not break. He wanted to find out why they really hung around, and who took their friend, and they would never bother them again.
So what did you think of "Humbug & # 39; s Gulch"? Does it feel weird, as little as Dwight now? Were you surprised that it was the kids behind the walker blocks? Tap on the comments.