The Walking Dead is a show that has always been about the apocalypse and what happens when its actually upon us. “Exit Wounds” features many scenes of gore, which was in stark contrast to previous seasons. This episode also featured one of the most emotional moments for me as I watched someone take their own life on screen, something rarely seen within any genre of television or film.
“Exit Wounds” is the third episode of “World Beyond”. This week, we see a little bit more of what’s going on with the others. They are still at odds with one another and things seem to only be getting worse. The big question now is who will come out victorious? Read more in detail here: world beyond.
The newest episode of The Walking Dead: World Beyond saw Elton and Percy, who were on the point of famine, having a run-in with strangers, which ended with a happy reunion. Hope had the chance to get to know her classmates, but she couldn’t help but worry about Iris and Felix, who were still missing.
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It Was Just Turnips
A small party hunts down a pair of walkers in the forest, only to collect them and execute a kind of burial ceremony. They laid them out and strew flowers over their bodies after murdering them. It’s charming, nice, and considerate. They provide walkers with a brief respite from death. A more tender send-off than we’re used to seeing.
While the last episode allowed us to catch up with Silas (Hal Cumpston), this one allows us to reunite with Elton (Nicolas Cantu) and Percy (Ted Sutherland). We’re really excited since, other from Felix, they’re among our favorites. For the sake of nourishment, the two placed themselves in danger. While Percy wants to take it, Elton feels that by demonstrating trust, the strangers will be willing to share. That’s correct, since it always works out.
It’s a risky venture, and Percy almost pays the price when he attempts to steal turnips from the strangers. When the two get themselves into a lot of difficulty, not just from the strangers, but also from walkers who appear out of nowhere, camouflaged by foliage and wildflowers, our hearts start racing.
We almost believe Elton is staring at the flowers. When outsiders come across them and remove the walkers, we feel at peace. Of course, it’s not all doom and gloom for the dashing lads. A well-timed moment of relief comes after running for your life over turnips and then losing your bite-proof armor. Don’t worry, Elton, we still believe you look better in mustard corduroy.
While on the Move
Elton and Percy are not abandoned in the wilderness, but are taken in by strangers. When it turns out that they are both from The Perimeter, none of them expects to be reunited with Iris (Aliyah Royale) and Felix (Nico Tortorella). It’s encouraging and much-needed.
It’s also fantastic to meet Dev (Abubakr Ali) and Asha (Madelyn Kientz), who share Elton and Iris’ feelings. Tensions are high, but it’s reassuring to know that the group isn’t alone in their dissatisfaction with the CRM. You may expect a revolt in the horizon, ya’ll.
Huck (Annet Mahendru) is resuming the rhythm she used to have in the CRM. Hope doesn’t let herself get carried away by a sense of security as Huck did after reconciling with Dennis, Silas’ new boss/jailer. We wondered whether we’d run across him again, but not in this form. We certainly didn’t anticipate him to be linked to Huck’s mysterious background. Hope (Alexa Mansour) is hyper-aware of her surroundings and trains alone.
Mr. Bennett (Joe Holt) confronts Huck about Felix and Iris, prompting her to rethink her role in the CRM. That makes us happy. With the things they’ve had her do, she should be questioning the CRM and her mother. She’s already anxious about what she’s done and isn’t optimistic about her prospects. We’re intrigued to watch how her character’s allegiances alter as she cares for Hope and the other characters.
The transition from the outdoors to a classroom is nearly astounding. Almost. Hope’s ability to learn more about walkers and expand her scientific knowledge exemplifies the advantage bestowed to individuals who live in the CRM. It’s stunning even when compared to the Campus Colony. In an apocalypse, most people don’t worry about school. It’s almost unbelievable that you can feel comfortable enough to keep studying.
It’s tough to regain any kind of normality after what the two of them have been through. Hope is adamant on seeing Iris and Felix, and Huck makes it happen. Huck’s battle is one of the most memorable aspects of the episode. It’s clear that she’s still unsure about what she’s done. This is merely the beginning of our efforts to put things right.
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