One thing I found interesting was that for each of the Talking Dead promos during Better Call Saul, both the host and the actor were fighting back tears. The host barely got through the second one - looked like he was ready to break down.
Really? I didn't notice that at all. The actor especially seemed jolly about the whole thing. Andrew Lincoln's little goodbye was the only remorse I caught. I really wasn't a fan of the way they were developing that storyline anyway, so good riddance IMO. It was the right time to end things.
Beyond that, I thought the spacing out deal was a pretty lazy kill. Beth's death was lazy and now this one as well. Was the catch that in the photos we saw two people, but only one of them was confirmed behind a door? If so, that wasn't done very well. I am all for a zombie getting your arm as you reach for a light or falling out of a closet or just rounding the corner, but I think spacing out with zombies all around or a zombie "sneaking up on someone" in a quiet, day lit house is well, just lazy writing. If the other guy had inadvertently opened a door letting the twins out and someone got bit, fine. Or next episode, apparently the survivors are weak from lack of supplies - I could live with that if it was remotely touched on for he who shall not be named. But getting killed for staring off into space is a pretty lame way to go.
Why the hell don't they have boards or bars strapped to their forearms anyway?