Aside from that, Kim Wexler (Rhea Seehorn) is also said to fight against Howard Hamlin (Patrick Fabian) while Mike Ermantraut (Jonathan Banks) tries to form an alliance.
Since the upcoming “BCS” episode will not be aired this week due to Memorial Day, AMC has announced that it will be shown on Monday, June 5.
, we were prepared to use it back to showrunner Rob Thomas when he evaded our questions about what happens to our favorite members of the undead in the aftermath of Discovery Day and Liv (Rose Mc Iver) scratching Ravi (Rahul Kohli), possibly turning him into a zombie. Much like the episode itself, Thomas did not disappoint; instead, he loaded us up with all kinds of season 4 details to help us through the long wait until Liv and co. ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Even though we’ve been building to it all season, I was a bit surprised to see Discovery Day, the day when humans learned zombies are real, come so early in the series.
Can you talk about the decision to go there at this juncture?
It’s like zombies and humans living together in West Berlin in the middle of the Cuban Missile Crisis. In fact, episode 401, the first one back, because I want to illustrate it for the TV audience, we’re going to open on a montage of how the whole brain system works, starting with a guy dying, showing the brain harvesting, showing it going on a shipping container, showing it getting to Seattle, going to a brain processing plant, getting put into to a tube, going to a dispensary, going to a Zombie With a Brain card, and being consumed. Major has found a home in Fillmore-Graves and Liv becomes in increasingly disenchanted with how Fillmore-Graves is run and what they are decreeing and how they manage the city. It’s going to be the topic that they can’t discuss without fighting.