You see, although Strand has heard about the Dark Horses, he had no idea that Dwight and Sherry were behind these exploits. It’s interesting that he finds this surprise reunion so amusing, because the world these characters live in is really way too small. So, of course, why not laugh at how contrived this all feels?
As for the reason Strand called them out – this is also laughable. Why would he enlist the help of “ethical bandits” to find a missing person? That’s not what the Dark Horses are known for at all. No, what Strand needs is a tracker, or even a bounty hunter, like Josiah – someone who knows how to find people who don’t want to be found. I’m sorry, but just because Dwight and Sherry found each other doesn’t qualify them for this job. If so, Strand would have searched them out, and not the Dark Horses.
And yet, despite all this, and with almost no information to go on, Dwight and Sherry can easily track down the quirky Mickey (Aisha Tyler). It’s hard to say how long this will take – is it a matter of hours? A couple of days? And how come they found success so quickly, while the Strand people kept coming back empty-handed—if they came back at all? These are rhetorical questions, however, since FearThe writers don’t seem to care about the logic (or lack thereof) behind this.
Why does Strand want to find Mickey so badly in the first place? This too lacks any logic. It’s certainly not because he’s concerned about her well-being. Rather, he’s angry that she’s figured out a way to escape and doesn’t want anyone to know how she did it. But then what? This information would only be useful to anyone who is still inside the tower, and she doesn’t feel like going back there anyway. So, really, Strand’s motivation for finding her makes no sense. If she was brought back to the tower, wouldn’t that make it? so much easier to share her means of escape? (They’re phone books, by the way. The secret is… phone books.)
There has been some friction between our beloved Dark Horses thus far. Is the Strand community right for them, and for the Larsons, whose storm cellar they’ve been sharing since the bombs fell? And does Mickey Real know what is best for her? So yeah, when it comes to helping Mickey, flip-flopping happens despite their code — or maybe despite. Would Sherry really choose a stranger over Dwight? Yes, apparently, as the two go their separate ways. (This also happened last season, if you remember, just for them to reunite a few episodes later.)
As it turns out, the trip to the gym (the Grapple Chapel!) is hardly treacherous, so what was Mickey waiting for all along? How long does it take to make an armor out of phone books and duct tape? What bothers me more, though, is that Sherry is bringing back the use of zombie guts as camouflage. If this is a known trick, why not do it? all the time– like Nick used to do?
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