The Walking Dead Review: What's In the Barn?

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 to others. Remember that saying there is no "I" in team? Someone better figure it out and quick.

Daryl hunted for Sophia on his own, which unfortunately meant that he had to fall a tremendous height, get stabbed by an arrow, and narrowly bitten by zombies. He needs to work on his buddy system and that doesn't include using his long lost brother Merle. Read More...


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