While searching the woods for clues, Daryl is seriously injured and set upon by walkers. Meanwhile, Rick second-guesses himself; and Glenn believes he's getting positive signals from Maggie, but then isn't so sure
Well, the good news is that this episode wasn’t devoted to Rick helping Carl adjust his sheriff’s hat so it fit more snugly upon Carl’s sweaty, sweaty brow, as Rick warned he would do in last week’s episode. The bad news is that Sophia is still missing.
We open with a flashback. Before Rick woke up from his coma, when Shane and Lori and Carl were on the run from the Walkers, a crowd of people waits on the freeway. Carol offers to share some food... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Laura_Crook/2011/11/14/the more
Everyone gets along and a cure for zombie-ism is discovered on this week's episode of The Walking Dead . Just kidding! Tensions rise between Herschel and his guests, Shane continues to be at Rick's throat over searching for Sophia, and Glenn finds romance more
I'll control my people, you control yours.
As much as the "leaders" Rick and Hershel might agree to keep their respective groups in line, neither of them are doing a very good job. Everyone seems eager to create their own agendas and refuse to listen t more
One of the weirder things about The Walking Dead 's second season is that the show appears to have zero interest in bringing back its most fascinating character. Neo-Nazi psycho-biker Merle Dixon tore through the second episode of the series, hurlin more
'The Walking Dead,' Season 2, Episode 5, 'Chupacabra': TV Recap. There’s a great television tradition of near misses with firearms when main characters are at risk, and this week’s episode of “The Walking Dead” presents a “just grazed him!” scenario to to more
'The Walking Dead' does itself such a disservice with the flashback scenes. Honestly, they are so interesting! While we've spent, now, five full episodes searching for a character that no one cares about, a flashback shows the streets of Atlanta being nap more
We know "The Walking Dead" isn't all about Norman Reedus' character, Daryl Dixon -- the sweet, yet cagey as a rattlesnake good old boy who will spend the rest of his life (no matter how zombie-filled) getting over the abuse suffered at the hands of his si more