While not as strong as the season premiere, the second episode of Season 3 kept up the momentum, with the struggle to save Hershel’s life intermixed with Rick and the group getting to know those prisoners they came across last week.

Some of the interaction with these prisoners didn’t quite sell, notably their de facto leader, Tomas, whose bravado and attitude came off as a bit fake. I’m not sure if it was the writing or the performance of Nick Gomez as Tomas, but he came off as more silly than threatening. Read More...


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