The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 10 – Them – Video Review
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The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 10 – Them – Video Review

Alright what’s going on guys it’s Trev back again here to bring you another video. So the walking dead season 5 episode 10 them really for me wasn’t what I was looking forward to. This episode was directed by Julius Ramsay who also directed the walking dead season 4 episode 12 Still. This episode overall was pretty uneventful. Really to sum up everything that happened is, the group was running out of food and water and by the end of the episode it rains, they find a barn to stay in which is attacked by a group of walkers but they are able to hold the doors up, and Aaron shows up out of the blue to surprise Maggie and Sasha.

Aside from that the episode was mainly focused on letting us know how each of the characters are feeling after losing Beth, Tyreese, and Bob. We had some focus on Maggie, Sasha, father Gabriel, Daryl, and a little bit on Rick who finally delivered the We Are the Walking Dead Speech which was decent but not as epic for some reason as when I first read it in the walking dead comic book series. So yes the title of The Walking dead actually refers to the survivors no the zombies, yes it is profound.

Aside from that I don’t have too much else to say. I am going to give the episode only a 6.5 out of 10. It was sort of that second half episode where just not all that much occurs. Not a great episode by any means. I am a bit disappointed with the second half of the walking dead season 5 thus far to be honest. That said, let me know what you all think of the episode in the comments below and as always, thanks for watching!

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The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 10 - Them - Video Review

The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 10 - Them - Video Review

Alright what’s going on guys it’s Trev back again here to bring you another video. So the walking dead season 5 episode 10 them really for me wasn’t what I was looking forward to. This episode was directed by Julius Ramsay who also directed the walking dead season 4 episode 12 Still. This episode overall was pretty uneventful. Really to sum up everything that happened is, the group was running out of food and water and by the end of the episode it rains, they find a barn to stay in which is attacked by a group of walkers but they are able to hold the doors up, and Aaron shows up out of the blue to surprise Maggie and Sasha.

Aside from that the episode was mainly focused on letting us know how each of the characters are feeling after losing Beth, Tyreese, and Bob. We had some focus on Maggie, Sasha, father Gabriel, Daryl, and a little bit on Rick who finally delivered the We Are the Walking Dead Speech which was decent but not as epic for some reason as when I first read it in the walking dead comic book series. So yes the title of The Walking dead actually refers to the survivors no the zombies, yes it is profound.

Aside from that I don’t have too much else to say. I am going to give the episode only a 6.5 out of 10. It was sort of that second half episode where just not all that much occurs. Not a great episode by any means. I am a bit disappointed with the second half of the walking dead season 5 thus far to be honest. That said, let me know what you all think of the episode in the comments below and as always, thanks for watching!

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www.youtube.com/trevschan2

Check out my The Walking Dead season 5 episode 11 The Distance predictions video when it is posted here:

25 thoughts on “The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 10 – Them – Video Review

  1. Really? You do understand we’re about to get to a place that the group will
    be at for at least the next 3+ seasons, if not close to forever (70+
    issues). You’re supposed to feel just as drained and ”eugh” as the group
    is, so that the coming salvation has some weight behind it.

    We got Aaron, ”We Are The Walking Dead” and that awesome barn scene. The
    rest of the episode was supposed to be slow and realistic, just like the
    apocalypse would be. It couldn’t come at a better time, especially since
    our group will be safe before we know it. People get story development;
    they want character development. They get character development; they want
    action. Nobody knows what they want with this show. By the way, the whole
    ”walker-destruction and tree-walker” was the result of a tornado, which
    is what that whistling sound was as they were holding the barn door. Also,
    we’re not going to end the season with a new community. I bet we will see
    the new community as early as next week.

    This episode was a halt, feeling of relief and a chance to take a breath
    for the group before the coming safeness.

  2. People complain about not getting a premiere episode with them on the road.
    We get an episode with them on the road, they complain about it being
    boring.

    This episode was exactly what we needed. It shows how the group has
    struggled with the recent losses of Tyreese and Beth, and it shows how
    desperate they really are. The acting was beautiful, and a character that
    completely changes The Walking Dead story was introduced. Most of the
    reviews for this episode have been very positive, and I don’t see why they
    wouldn’t be.

  3. I’m currently twenty-four minutes in of the episode, and I’m absolutely not
    pleased with what I wasted my time on. Can’t believe how downhill this show
    has gotten. The characters try too hard to sound deep when they are talking
    too each other. You call that development? That’s called stretching a
    potential 3 minute scene to last for 20+ minutes. Continuation is what is
    wrong with this show. The producers heavily rely on their occasional
    explosive episodes to keep their viewers transfixed. I just don’t
    understand how someone can sit down and watch the crap I’m watching now and
    think it’s actually “character development”

  4. “Still” part 2 & “Arrow at the Doorpost?” Wow, really? Do people even pay
    attention to what’s going on anymore? This episode was great in my opinion.
    I guess WD fan’s really do need action and zombie decapitations just to get
    them through a whole episode. I don’t agree with your assessment of this
    episode at all, but, to each his own I guess as some will say.

    Here are a “few” reason’s why I thought this episode was great. I loved
    seeing the group at it’s absolute lowest point. The internal/external
    struggles. The group coming together during the storm. Eating worms out of
    the ground. Eating dogs as a means of survival. Rick’s speech. The
    cinematography. Aaron. The group pacing along at the same speed as the
    walker’s. Maggie’s inability to help kill that walker in trunk that
    resembled Beth in a way. Daryl hurting himself in order to feel some type
    of pain. Father Gabriel putting aside his faith and coming to grips with
    reality. Maggie and Gabriel’s conversation. The thunderstorm sequence. Rick
    and Daryl unable to see eye to eye. Michonne helping Sasha just like she
    did with her brother.

    This episode was showing the viewer how beaten down these character’s have
    become. Disparity, starvation, dhydration, the physical and emotional toll
    it’s taken, how disconnected each character are with one another, battling
    the elements, wild dog’s and thunderstorms, coming together despite
    whatever differences these individuals have, losing one’s faith, finding
    whatever reason to keep moving forward. I’m sorry, but this is one of the
    worse reviews I’ve come across in a very long time. Thankfully, there are
    fan’s out there who appreciated this episode for what it represented, and
    for what it was NOT trying to be.
    

  5. Very Good Episode! I also got really scared when that Geek almost bit
    Rick when they were dodging the zombies next to that bridge OMG man That
    was Intense.

  6. I actually liked this episode. It was uneventful until the end but a lot of
    character development. And the season premiere was very good to me. I
    personally thought it was better than the season finale 

  7. Just because an episode is eventful doesn’t necessarily mean it’s bad. This
    was a great episode for me for 3 things.

    1. The fight on the bridge was freakin’ cool. Really shows how tired and
    worn out the group is.

    2. WE ARE THE WALKING DEAD

    3. Aaron! Alexandria!

    This episode was exactly how we needed. The weariness that everyone feel..
    both physically and emotionally was highly emphasized. You really get the
    feel for this episode.

  8. Totally disagree with this being uneventful. I actually dislike the fact
    that we dont have more episodes like this where it is just about finding
    food, water and shelter and the desperation they have while searching for
    it.
    We rarely see them run into nutrition problems which is why i very much
    like this episode.
    This was one of the stronger episodes tbh.

  9. The reason why I got hooked on the walking dead from the first episode is
    because of how realistic it is. The realism isn’t from the apocalypse and
    all the action, it comes from the characters. This episode drove that
    realism back into the walking dead. I’m not saying the recent episodes have
    been bad, I’m saying there needs to be a balance between amazing action and
    realism. There recently has been a lot of story development and not so much
    character development. Which is fine because we know these characters. But
    when big deaths and life changing experiences (story development) happen,
    they need to balance that with character development.

  10. I guess I’m the only one that likes the episode “Still.” I thought the
    acting in the episode was really really great. norman put a hell of a
    performance in that episode. But I guess that’s because I’m a drama student
    and I act everyday. 

  11. i actually liked this episode. you needed an episode to explain the
    emotions that some of the characters were holding in.. the pacing went well
    and i didnt find it boreing at all.

  12. My taking on it.
    First 30 minutes- oh they’re hungry and angry. They’re walking and doing
    jack shit.
    Next 5 minutes- Yay some dogs and wolves appear. BOOM. Shot down by Sasha
    And eaten up
    Next 25 minutes-storm yadayadayada and Aaron appears

  13. Oh trev you don’t even know. A tornado passed in front of the barn, you can
    see the path it made through the trees. It somehow killed the zombies
    without even ripping the doors off the barn. Absolutely terrible writing,
    totally unrealistic. 

  14. People on the forums giving this episode a score of 8/9, I just found this
    episode completely boring, some good stuff but completely uneventful. But
    hey, atleast Aaron showed up!
    6/10 for me.

  15. Usually I agree with your review Trev, but I have to say I’m really
    disappointed with this one. Not all episodes need to have “fast paced
    action” or have a fast pace. Sometimes you just need to sit back and show
    the characters interacting with each other and the world. This episode did
    a great job with that. It:

    * Showed the characters dealing with food/water shortage
    * showed them traveling in harsh conditions
    * showed the characters actually surviving
    * had them interacting with each other more
    * had character development

  16. You’re disappointed with the second half? It’s been two episodes! Episode 9
    was a big one. This was one was slow. But it had to be. To show these
    characters have real human emotion. Every TV show has these episodes.

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