I thought that was a very solid finale, albeit heartbreaking to lose Elizabeth Rodriguez, who I've loved for years. The niche they seem to be carving out for Madison and Daniel as potential "Governor" types is intriguing, but with what Travis has had to do it's anyone's game. I understood why he wanted to let Shawn Hatosy go, but I wouldn't have let him walk until they were there, and I would've put distance between him and my group.
Colman Domingo is still great and I'm glad Strand is continuing with the show. I had a feeling I knew what "Abigail" was and it's a good idea, one the Telltale TWD game explores as well. His rapport with Frank Dillane is also very interesting.
I kind of wondered what had happened back in the parking lot with Alicia and Christopher - I almost wondered if the soldiers were going to rape her. I guess not. Everything's moved very fast in a handful of days and it's almost hard to recall what the show was like in the first two episodes, but I guess that's how it would or could happen. Nick's little monologue at the end about the world catching up to him was also really affecting.
Nice work as well by Sandrine Holt as the detached doctor. Oh, and also: I knew Daniel was going to let the infected out last week. I just knew it.