Against his better judgment, Rick heads back to Atlanta to recover his cache of guns and ammo and hopefully retrieve the redneck bully originally left behind. Meanwhile, Lori and Shane are shocked by the return of someone they feared was dead.
terrifyingly talented character actor may have seen his villainous Dale Lawson
killed off in Burn Notice's midseason opener, but he's surviving on AMC's
shocker (so far) as Merle Dixon, a vicious racist who was handcuffed to a pipe
on a rooftop wh more
"Tell it to the Frogs" opens with Merle, still chained to the rooftop pipe, talking to himself. He's reminiscing about a fight he'd been in and suddenly loses it. He begins struggling again to free himself when he hears banging at the door. Several walker more
we've learned about 'The Walking Dead' so far: It's awesome, Glenn's driving
skills are pretty sick, the zombies still look incredible and Lori is ...
In episode 3,
'Tell it to the Frogs' (Sun., Nov. 14 at 10PM ), Rick grapple more
sneak peek of AMC's "The Walking Dead" is released, featuring none of
the living dead. Instead, it clips a scene where Rick is faced with a moral
dilemma when it comes to saving another soul.
"Tell It to the Frogs" clip, after comi more
After the explosive edge-of-your-seat wet works of The Walking Dead "Guts," the living dead shift back into a more reflective mode with next week's strangely titled "Tell it to the Frogs". I'd classify this one as a 'quest' episode, but the ch more