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@jleav382 There were a minimal amount of zombies in these eight episodes, I'm afraid. The clear highlight was a zombie head kept and laughed at by a group of stoner teenagers.
Week 7 (Leftovers 3.07, Saul N/A, Fargo 3.07)1. The Leftovers - A ridiculous, insane, brilliant penultimate episode. Not even remotely ready for this show to be over.2. Fargo - Pretty great this week, the season has picked up in a big way recently.3. Better Call Saul - BCS takes a significant step down from even last week's piece-mover by giving us no episode whatsoever. Let's hope they can bring it back around next week.
@CretanBull I think they did mean "reasonably dissatisfying". Like, "what could this show do in the last episode for you to not be happy with the ending".Personally, I want a satisfying ending for the story of these characters. I have no idea what this will look like, so it's kind of hard to say anything specific that would put me off. The main exception would be if they suddenly gave an explanation for the Departure or the questionable supernatural stuff that's happened - that would strike me as a betrayal of everything Damon Lindelof and co. have said about the show in interviews for the last three years. Thankfully, from every interview I've seen this season, it doesn't seem like they're going down that road at all.Honestly, though? As much as it's easy to get obsessed about "sticking the landing" and whether a show holds together as a complete and satisfying experience once it's complete, even a terrible finale won't take away from how great the experience of watching this show has been. I mean, this episode alone gave us a goddamn lion-worshiping sex cult on a Tasmanian ferry. No bad ending could be enough to ruin that.