Moggy wrote:Rapidly-Greying wrote:So Morgan just decides to. Gotta disagree, I did not enjoy the episode.up and kill a pretty decent bloke for making a mistake
Morgan is not the most stable of personalities, the death of the kid and finding out that it was Richard's fault have tipped him back into madness. All the pacifism and meditation stuff was keeping him together but the death of the kid was enough to break him again, Morgan didn't "just decide", he is going through a breakdown.
This is all true but, for me, it only highlights the problems with the show even more. There just hasn't been enough worth while character development each episode for me to have really felt any impact or even cared for Morgan's break down in the slightest. His relationship with the kid had no gravitas at all and the show spends too many episodes away from certain characters to the point where, when they reappear, I've lost interest in their subplots. Hence Morgan's break down making no sense to me in the moment. So yes, I think overall the show has handled this and pretty much everything else, rather poorly.