TWDTT 107 – The World Before (S10E8)
Talking Through The World Before For episode 107 of The Walking Dead Talk Through, Kyle returns as we talk through The Walking Dead Season 10 Episode 8, titled The World Before. This episode was written by Julia Ruchman and directed by John Dahl. We have feedback for last week’s episode… We had some feedback for last week’s episode. The discussion for this week’s episode begins at 17 minutes and 39 seconds. Walker Siddiq… Who is Dante? Well, now we know. That cold open told you everything you wanted to know, just like I said it would. Send in your feedback! We will be going on hiatus over the break, though we plan to release new Patreon content. Please leave your feedback for the next episode, S10E9, titled… Well, we don’t know yet… by 6 PM Eastern/5 PM Central on Tuesday, February 25, 2020. If you have any feedback on this episode, The World Before, the first half-season, or predictions about the second half, send that in, too, and we’ll cover it when we get back! One of the best ways to submit feedback is on our Facebook group. You can also send us an email to email@example.com or call our new voicemail at 216-232-6146. macro plot issues vs. Micro plot issues. I just had a brilliant idea pop into my head to explain the problems with fear versus the problems with The Walking Dead And this episode is a good example of the two. Sometimes, The Walking Dead suffers from micro plot issues. In other words how something happens in a scene or the explanation for a particular action, like them all going into the cave or Michonne going off in a boat, is poorly executed. The problem on fear is a macro plot ssue. It’s not the mostly the little things that they do from scene to scene that cause issues, although it still has problems with micro plot issues, the problem with fear is that there are issues with the entire story arc. Those are much more severe and problematic. Ratings are surprisingly down for a mid-season finale… Ratings for S10E8 The World Before are lower than last week. It got a 1.02 in the 18-49 demographic, with 3.214 million viewers. This is down from last week, which got a 1.12 in the 18-49 and 3.311 million viewers. That 1.02 means the show is going into the break at its all-time low ratings for the show in its 10-season history. That doesn’t bode well for the second half, which is historically lower than the first half. Talking Dead was down as well. It got a 0.29 in the 18-49 demographic, with 1.133 million viewers, down from 0.41 and 1.380 million last week.