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TV Club: The Last Man On Earth introduces the riddle of Schrödinger’s Pat

One of the things The Last Man On Earth never dealt with in its first two seasons with is the idea of an outside threat. The virus took care of most any other human or animal that could pose a physical danger to the Malibu crew, and while resources are finite there’s still enough of them around that starvation is far off on the horizon. Any threats to the group are threats that come from within, the potential for them to tear each other apart with interpersonal conflicts and misguided intentions.
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