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The Walking Dead Recap: Trashed

What would Carl do? You see those four words? Youd better get used to them. Get very used to them, in fact. Make peace with them, because based on Sundays episode of The Walking Dead, were going to be hearing (variations of) them a lot as we march back into battle and head toward the [] http://tvline.com/2018/03/04/the-walking-dead-season-8-episode-10-recap-garbage-people-killed/

The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10 Review: The Lost and the Plunderers

Well, so much for honoring Carl's dying wish. On The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 10 , Rick and Michonne took a little trip tovisit Jadis,Enid and Aaron tried in vain to recruit the Oceanside members in the fight against the Saviors, and Simonended up going off the deep end. The format of this episode was unlike anything we've seen before on The Walking Dead, and while I wasn't a particular fan of jumping around in time, it served its purpose -- for better or worse -- in pushing the story forward.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/03/the-walking-dead-season-8-episode-10-review-the-lost-and-the-plu/

The Walking Dead Recap: Already Lost

Will Rick regret not show mercy to Jadis?   ...Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2018/03/the-walking-dead-recap-season-8-episode-10.html?utm_source=nym&utm_medium=f1&utm_campaign=feed-full

The Walking Dead Midseason Premiere Recap: Don't Cry For Me, Alexandria

Call it the Carl Grimes Memorial Episode.   ...Read More... http://www.vulture.com/2018/02/the-walking-dead-recap-season-8-episode-9.html?utm_source=nym&utm_medium=f1&utm_campaign=feed-full

The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 9 Review: Honor

Alright, who's been cutting onions in here? The Walking Dead finally returned from its (lengthy) hiatus, and as expected, we were gifted with one of the most emotional episodes in theseries' history. As previously announced, The Walking Dead Season 8 Episode 9 was Chandler Riggs' last, officially bringing Carl Grimes' story to an end. However, just because Carl's story is over doesn't mean his legacy and hope for the future won't continue.That much was abundantly clear fromCarl and Rick's final moments together.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/02/the-walking-dead-season-8-episode-9-review-honor/

Walking Dead Recap: Take Me to Church

Weve known for months that it was coming. But that sure didnt make it any easier to say goodbye to Carl in Sundays midseason premiere of The Walking Dead. Read on, if you can through the tears, and well review his emotional goodbyes as a way of paying our respects. IT JUST HAPPENED I GOT [] http://tvline.com/2018/02/25/the-walking-dead-season-8-episode-9-recap-carls-death/

The Walking Dead: "How It's Gotta Be" Review

The Walking Dead brought Season 8's long-form Rick vs. Negan battle to a head in "How It's Gotta Be," an exciting, intense, but also flawed midseason finale. "How It's Gotta Be" distinguished itself from its Season 8 predecessors by having real weight, real consequences, and a certain sense of closure (thanks to the fatal wounding of one of the show's founding characters) - so in that regard it sort of towers over the other chapters a bit. Still, nothing came to a complete close here. We're leaving this Fall run still in the middle of this conflict and there are many elements and arcs still lingering and limping into the back half of the season. READ MORE...

The Walking Dead: "Time For After" Review

While "Time for After" contained a few crucial moments, as one would hope for/expect from a penultimate midseason episode, it also focused waaay to much on Eugene and his "will he?/won't he?" crisis of conscience. Why in the hell did Eugene and the turmoil inside the Sanctuary get the focus episode right before next week's half-year finale? This felt like another instance of the series, now almost delusional in its eighth season, sort of arrogantly presuming that anyone cares this much about Eugene's dilemma. Or Eugene, in general. Everything that went down within the Sanctuary walls this week, if it was important for plot's sake, didn't have to take up as much time as it did. How is almost all of the tension on the series now mostly hinged on Dwight's mole storyline and whether or not Eugene turns him in? Or whether or not Eugene decides to help Gabriel rescue Maggie's doctor? This all feels so distant now from what's actually important. READ MORE...

The Walking Dead: "The King, The Widow, And Rick" Review

In whatever it is that you'd like to call "The King, the Widow, and Rick" - a rest episode, a snoozer chapter, a catch your breath installment - we saw small stories span all over the landscape, in each of the three communities and beyond. I suppose I should kick things off with what I liked here - what resonated. What landed the best. Because this episode, for the most part, was a cluttered mess. With this in mind...hey, everyone, it's Michonne and Rosita! And they're doing stuff! Specifically, Rosita was blowing an a-hole to bits with a missile launcher! That sure was a fun, over-the-top action beat. I think it helped too that it came during a detour/side mission and from two characters who haven't been a part of the ongoing (never-ending) battle. Meaning, they were both baggage free. They could have this side quest to stop the Saviors from solving their herd problem (with speakers blasting opera) and explode a guy with a rocket. They weren't doing anything else and all they did here was help, so good on them. They're not woefully defeated and depressed like Ezekiel or in the middle of purposefully getting captured by the still, and always, RIDICULOUS garbage folk out at the junk yard like Rick. "Why back after?" Go to hell, you jerks. READ MORE...

The Walking Dead Fall Finale Recap 12/10/17: Season 8 Episode 8 “How It’s Gotta Be”

Tonight’s TWD mid-season finale begins with Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) walking with son, Carl (Chandler Riggs) who says that they need to have more than "hope" and have to do something; it takes more than that. Carl reminds him there is going to be something after the fight is over; suddenly we are back to when Rick, Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) and her people arrive at the Sanctuary and find that it has been breached. Jadis looks at Rick saying it looks different than the picture as someone shoots at them; Jadis and her people head towards the building when Carol (Melissa McBride) drives up and rescues him; she suggests they need to split up but Rick thinks the snipers and Saviors didn’t get away. Carl asks Rick on that walk back from the gas station, why they are doing all this. Carl feels they are all doing it so it is something more than just killing other people. Carl thinks it should be more than just hope and they should find some way forward, which is harder, but what everyone wants more. On the ride back, Rick considers everything Carl has told him as Carol drives in silence. Ezekiel (Khary Payton) and even Maggie (Lauren Cohan) know what is approaching, and we see it in their faces. Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is smiling and whistling as he is also driving somewhere in a vehicle. READ MORE...