When Richards had Lila kidnapped, because she was a "liability", did he not know about Lacey? He must have, so that was an odd plot hole. But I could see where his men would have had a LOT more trouble kidnapping badass Lacey, lol. She must have an idea what happened to Lila, so I'm curious as to where she is. Brad must have told her where Project Noah was. Also agree on Lila running into the woods being a crazy bad decision. I really, really doubt the show would go there, but on Twitter, someone asked the actress who plays Lila if there was a chance she was exposed to the blood of the woman who was bit, and she just said very good question. Hmm. Still wondering about the fiance, lol. Wouldn't he be a wee bit worried about her by now? Poor mystery guy. The show really should have just kept her single.
Poor Amy. I'm glad, and a bit surprised, that the show continues to acknowledge that Amy *just* freaking lost her mom. So many shows would have been glossing that over by now. Her sharing her grief with Brad (and his for his daughter), just makes their bond all the stronger.
The last episode continued to humanize Shauna - her friendship with Sykes did feel real. But I'm not sure I understand what she thinks Sykes could do for her after she turned, as she mentioned feeling abandoned. Betrayed by what Sykes did TO her, and not being honest about the risks she could get turned into a bloodsucking monster? Sure. I'm not convinced that Babcock won't circle back to good at some point. Will both Lear and Sykes die for some sort of redemption?
And I still like Richards and find the actor interesting to watch, so I'm glad he finally came around to wanting to help Brad and Amy, though I think his days are numbered.
I cannot stand Guilder, and he just has way too much power right now. I have a bad feeling (especially with no renewal news yet) that we'll get some cliffhanger with him and Amy at the end of the season.