Merle was lost and then found, only to still be pretty lost. For most of this season, he was not much more than a one-dimensional villain. In the past few episodes, though, once he was reunited with his brother, he softened up. Or, in EKG terms, for a lon more
So all this time, the third season of “The Walking Dead” has been an earnest entreaty on the benefits of democratic rule? http://feeds.latimes.com/~r/latimes/entertainment/news/tv/~3/0wb0BksQNVk/la-et-st-walking-dead-recap-20130324,0,5360117.s more
The prison versus Woodbury war is still on the horizon, but I wasn't surprised that no major battle between the sides took place.
Really, " This Sorrowful Life " dealt with the conflicted ideals of Rick, Daryl, and Merle over giving Michonne over to th more
Merle kidnaps Michonne for the greater good of the group. Or maybe he's seeking redemption. Or maybe he just wants to find a place that still serves whiskey. Read More... http://tvrecaps.ew.com/recap/walking-dead-recap-this-sorrowful-life/
The Walking Dead delivered a cliffhanger two episode ago regarding if Rick would turn Michonne over to the Governor. It felt more like the last step on a flight of stairs rather than a giant cliff. The end game has always appeared to be Rick's crew vs. th more
Time’s running out for the Grimes clan. The Governor’s deadline has arrived, and the only possible way that Rick Grimes can see to avoid a terrible war is do something that just isn’t very Rick Grimes-like: give up Michonne, betray her a more
During Sunday's penultimate episode of season three, Daryl had to make one of the most difficult decisions in his life, while Glenn and Maggie took a big step forward.
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall review "This Sorrowful Life," the March 24 episode of AMC's "The Walking Dead," in which Merle tries to do Rick's dirty work, while Glen gets Maggie some jewelry. http://www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/review-the-walking-dead-th more