Where are the episode discussion threads?

We missed the episode discussion thread last week and the one I posted seems not to have made it through to the forum. Is there a reason we can't discuss?
JadenblynknzCherokee_Rose

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  • @TransmuteJun I know you do write ups of some of the episodes. If you have any more would you post them here?
    Khaleesi of The Khalasar
    AudaciousCapybara69
  • GebobsGebobs Member
    edited March 17
    "Bury Me Here" could be the worst episode ever except there are so many awful ones lately. But it gets the nod since one certain character is now dead and another, crappiest character evah, is still alive.
    ekimhclewFenixo
  • @TransmuteJun I know you do write ups of some of the episodes. If you have any more would you post them here?

    Sure!

    I do recaps for every second episode. Another writer does the other (even) ones.

    These are the ones I did for Episode 709.

    http://friendsofcc.com/2017/02/13/recap-the-walking-dead-episode-709/

    Episode 711

    http://friendsofcc.com/2017/02/27/recap-the-walking-dead-episode-711/

    Episode 713

    http://friendsofcc.com/2017/03/13/recap-the-walking-dead-episode-713/


    I liked Bury Me Here. Morgan has been bugging me as a character for a long time, but it felt like this episode Morgan himself came to understand why his 'pacifist' view wouldn't work. I loved the way they compared and contrasted Richard's background with Morgan's. Richard was able to channel the loss of his child into a desire to help The Kingdom, even if his way of going about it wasn't the best. Morgan's loss of his child led him into madness, and he was simply avoiding thinking about it at all. Yet when he understood Richard's story, he also came to understand Richard's point of view, which is ultimately why he helped him by killing Richard in order to help him (Richard wanted to die) and achieve his plan.

    Plus Carol is badass. ;)
    ekimhclewSugarBooger62Cherokee_RoseJaden
  • > @Gebobs said:
    > "Bury Me Here" could be the worst episode ever except there are so many awful ones lately. But it gets the nod since one certain character is now dead and another, crappiest character evah, is still alive.

    Then stop watching the show
    SugarBooger62Gebobs
  • I'd like to know why Enid kept writing JSS everywhere? I watched the episode several times and haven't figured the significance of the letters.
    Every episode's title is usually incorporated into a character's dialogue or revealed by what's going on. So, what is the JSS for?
  • Cherokee_RoseCherokee_Rose Member
    edited March 18
    @SugarBooger62 JSS stands for Just Survive Somehow. If I'm not mistaken she wrote that on a piece of paper and left it for Carl when she left in the episode that the wolves were attacking Alexandria. I think that was at the very end of the JSS episode.
    Khaleesi of The Khalasar
  • Thanks @TransmuteJun I'll read them this weekend. :smile:
    Khaleesi of The Khalasar
  • @Cherokee_Rose and anyone else who is interested, this is my review of Episode 715.

    http://www.friendsofcc.com/2017/03/27/recap-the-walking-dead-episode-715/
    JadenCherokee_RoseT_12
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