After the surprising and somewhat disturbing turn "The Walking Dead" made in last week's "Live Bait," the AMC series had much poorer execution in delivering the transformation of the Governor 2.0. Mr. Brian Harriet is no more, once more
Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown, it seems. Crisis of conscious officially over for the Governor, though! As far as Phillip/one-eyed Brian is concerned, it’s not the right thing, or the wrong thing – it’s the only thing.
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Last week, I pondered how long The Governor’s redemptive arc would last – turns out it was contained to the events of “Live Bait” and no further. “Dead Weight” goes out of its way to hit the rewind button on The Governo more
The Walking Dead returned tonight with “Dead Weight”, as we all get just what we all wanted to see: More of The Governor and his quest for redemption! Oh wait, did I say it’s what we all wanted to see? What I meant is: What n more
The Governor's back on The Walking Dead ! After slaughtering his people, did the Governor start a road to redemption in "Live Bait"? Or, were his actions too horrific to ever overcome? Read More...
Not long after the Governor returns from the old-folks’ home with a couple tanks of oxygen and a nasty gash, his new gal pal, Lilly the nurse, says she’s happy to have a new patient. “Nobody mentioned just how boring the end more
What has the Governor been up to? Wandering 'round and growing a beard. Read More...
In last week's episode, Hershel risked his life to keep his sick patients from (a) dying and (b) giving up hope. After what seemed like an eternity, in which both Glenn and Sasha almost died, Daryl's group finally returned to the prison with the m more