In this week’s episode of Z Nation: Murphy’s Law, aka “A Chatty Cathy,” Murphy is the center of attention when Warren and her group stumble upon a country club with a golf course and clubhouse full of “Zs.” While Roberta is mourning the loss of Addy and Mack, the saviour of humanity is excited at the prospect of hitting a few balls at the course. Cassandra asks if they will ever see the two missing members of their group and Warren says that her heart wants to think so, but her head tells her something different. Considering all the sounds of gunfire at the end of Sister’s of Mercy when Mack got out of the jeep, it is highly doubtful that he will be returning.
Just when it looks like Z Nation is trying to take itself a little more seriously, as in one major downer in Resurrection Blues, Keith Allen shows up smiling and apparently happy in a Nexium television commercial. Serendipity? Possibly, but it did help alleviate some of the sombre action on this week’s episode. Granted, the show still has a good time putting as many homage moments as possible in each episode but the show was pretty much a downer after its amusing open.