'The Walking Dead': Finally, Rick's the man Lori needs


When Zap2it talked to "The Walking Dead" showrunner Glen Mazzara in Janaury, he stressed the importance of horror movie pacing. After watching Sunday's (Feb. 19) episode, "Triggerfinger," we know why. The show -- one of Mazzara's first without the imprint of predecessor Frank Darabont -- brought the show a new aesthetic.From the first seconds of the show when Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) wakes up in her crashed car with a zombie trying to force his way through a shattered windshield just inches from her face, we were on the edge of our seats. And her kill -- a turn-signal stick through the eye -- didn't do anything to slow things down.While Lori was busy dispatching zombies, Rick (Andrew Lincoln), Hershel (Scott Wilson) and Glenn (Steven Yeun) were busy back in town fighting off the first live people we've seen since Rick found Glenn in Atlanta. The way that scene -- set in the bar where...



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