Guess who’s back to recapping! And here it’s the end of the world for real…
We’re ready to take a mid-season break, but first we have a lot of family business to fix—
With the new site come new recaps! And it’s time for some zombie love—
Not only is “Fear” back, but — THE NEW WEBSITE IS FINALLY WORKING! Come on in and enjoy.
Time for my recap!
Time to Get the Zombie Apocalypse On.
Episode Two picks up pretty much where Episode One ended—with Principal Artie walking through an empty school, and Alicia not at home like she promised mom, but walking down a nearly deserted street looking for her boyfriend Matt, the only interruption being a kid on a skateboard. She really doesn’t like to stay in the house, that’s for sure . . .
She gets to Matt’s house and it looks abandoned, with the door wide open. She heads inside and while things look normal, some stuff—flowers, a lamp—have been knocked over. She calls for him and finds—
Lets jump to titles! Thank, AMC. Bringing the scary, as always.
Travis, Madison, and Nick are trucking the hell out of the L.A. River like it’s, well, the end of…
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We’re at the half-way point of Humans, and things are finally starting to gel together in a way that’s bringing the separate threads together. But in order to get to that point where things feel like they’re gelling, we gotta suffer through some extremely awkward interactions—as well as answering the old questions, “What does man really want?”
Before we get to the Hawkins Family—who are still adjusting to Anita in their own ways—we get to the other threads:
First, there’s Pete, Mrs. Pete, and Simon. Pete is checking up with Karen, and he wants to look at the case files on the synth murder, which Karen is letting him know is verboten. This puts him in a bad mood, which means he’s gonna have words with his wife, Jill, and splits for a while. When he comes back Jill is giving him the bum rush out the door, and Pete…
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