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'The Walking Dead': Shane's dead -- two times!

There is something almost Shakespearean about "The Walking Dead's" Season 2 penultimate episode, "Better Angels." A father (Rick) kills a man, once his best friend, who he knows to be a threat to his family's safety (Shane). Then, his son arrives and sees that his father has killed the man who he viewed as a second dad. Conflicted, he points his gun at his father, takes aim and... shoots Shane, his second father who had reanimated as a zombie while all of this was unfolding, and was about to chow down on Rick. It just doesn't get more tragic than that. Or maybe it will since the show's been renewed for a third season and what keeps us coming back for more is, well, tragedy. Also, we've read the comic books and know the depths to which Robert Kirkman -- who also co-executive produces the show -- will go to create ever more tragic scenarios.So... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/the-walking-dead-shanes-dead----two-times.html

Walking Dead Boss on How the Show's Latest Death Changes Everything

[WARNING: The following story contains major spoilers from Sunday's The Walking Dead and the graphic novels which inspired it. Read at your own risk.]  The cast of The Walking Dead is dropping like flies. Just one week after Dale ( Jeffrey DeMunn ) was disemboweled by a zombie...  //www.tvguide.com/News/Walking-Dead-Spoilers-Glen-Mazzara-1044673.aspx?rss=breakingnews

'The Walking Dead': Preview Exclusive Scenes From the Season Finale (Video)

  [WARNING: This post contains spoilers from Sunday's "Better Angels" episode of  The Walking Dead .] After Sunday's bloody penultimate episode of AMC's The Walking Dead , Rick's group of survivors lost one of its most valued fighters. Having come face-to-face for the final time, Rick stabbed Shane to death, with Carl following with a fatal blow to zombie Shane's head, killing off one of the camp's most vital protectors.   Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/zgFlpv52swo/walking-dead-finale-video-298429

The Walking Dead Blows Our Minds With Most Colossal Shocker Yet

Deep breaths, Walking Dead fans. We all had the wind knocked out of us from tonight's epic stunner of an episode. So how about a little walk talk therapy—by reviewing... //feeds.eonline.com/~r/eonline/kristin/~3/wJUUpwsNDmE/300286

Top Moments: The Bachelor's (Fake?) Apology and Survivor's Dumbest Tribe Ever

Our top moments of the week: 13. The Worst Ex Factor: If you have to ask, "You sure this isn't racist?" three times, chances are, it probably is. On MTV's The Challenge: Battle of the Exes , Emily decides to play a "prank" on her African-American partner and ex-boyfriend, Ty, by smearing chocolate all over her face to do a blackface impersonation of him with Camila, who does her best ... //www.tvguide.com/News/TopMoments-Bachelor-Survivor-1044613.aspx?rss=breakingnews

The Walking Dead “Beside the Dying Fire” Season 2 Finale Preview

The Walking Dead  "Beside the Dying Fire" Season 2 Episode 13 airs Sunday March 18 at 9pm on AMC. Episode Synopsis : Rick and Carl return from the woods  to find the farm  in jeopardy. The group  is split up in the ensuing chaos. With things looking grim, Rick’s leadership is questioned. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/03/11/the-walking-dead-beside-the-dying-fire-season-2-finale-preview/  

The Walking Dead “Better Angels” Season 2 Episode 12

The Walking Dead  "Better Angels" Season 2 Episode 12 airs Sunday March 11 at 9pm on AMC. Now the gang Episode Synopsis : The group  learns that someone dangerous may be on the loose near the farm. As night falls, Rick, Shane, Daryl and Glenn comb the woods  to handle the situation and keep the groupsafe. Read More... //www.tvequals.com/2012/03/11/the-walking-dead-better-angels-season-2-episode-12/  

The Walking Dead Sneak Preview & Peek: What's Out There?

Shock. Anger. Betrayal. More shock. The Walking Dead left viewers with a range of emotions this week, following an episode that killed off a main character. Go read our review of " Judge, Jury, Executioner " for our take on this unexpected development. How will the AMC drama follow-up such an installment? With the installment "Better Angels," the penultimate hour of season two that will center on Rick, Shane, Daryl and Glenn setting up a patrol in the area because someone - or something - is seemingly on the prowl. Get early glimpses at what's to come now via the following preview and sneak peek: //www.tvfanatic.com/2012/03/the-walking-dead-sneak-preview-and-peek-whats-out-there/

'The Walking Dead': Death Strikes The Survivors

It was an episode light on zombie encounters, but one proved to be all that was needed to tear the heart and soul from the ragtag band of survivors on " The Walking Dead " (Sun., 9 p.m. EST on AMC). While the group wrestled with what to do about Randall, their captive from the deadly group of marauders encountered in town, there was a lot of work going into trying to keep Carl out of it. While he still managed to have a presence in virtually every moment, he was also left unattended more than he should have been. He wandered through Daryl's camp, picking up a gun along the way, and went into the woods alone. Chandler Riggs has been playing the role of Carl very quietly, leaving a lot of question as to what's going on in his mind and how this harsh new reality is affecting his growth and emotional development. In fact, it was Carl in the closing moments who decided Randall's fate in a way. His youthful foolishness impacted Dale as well when he encountered a walker in the woods. After discovering that the zombie's feet were stuck in the mud and it couldn't free itself, Carl began to throw rocks at it and creep ever closer. Only the closer he got, the harder it pulled toward him, until finally it freed one foot from the muck. Carl left it there, but didn't say anything to anyone. He should have either killed it himself, or had someone else do it. As the consensus became for the group to kill Randall, Dale spent much of the episode as the lone voice of dissent, speaking passionately about the importance of hanging onto humanity and civility in these harsh times. But the sentence was passed because they feared the kid might bring his band to the farm and do to them what he admitted they'd done to a father and his teen daughters. Only, it was Carl's timely arrival and cold-hearted insistence that Rick kill Randall that decided it. If Carl was on the verge of that kind of hardness, there has to be another way. So Randall's life was spared. But Dale didn't know, wandering off into the pasture. There he stumbled on a cow gutted and dying in the field, and a moment later he was attacked by the very zombie Carl had taunted. It ripped his stomach open, leaving Daryl no recourse but to put him out of his misery. Upon recognizing the zombie, Carl buried himself in his mother's arms, but no amount of tears will wipe the guilt from his mind. Will he reveal the truth, or carry the guilt as his burden alone? Fans of the comic series were likely stunned by this turn of events, as Dale's story definitely didn't end on the farm in that saga. It's just further proof that the television of "The Walking Dead" is building another world. But without Dale, where will the group find its conscience? Catch new episodes of "The Walking Dead" Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on AMC. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/kh6yXPOLthc/the-walking-dead-carl-faces-walker-death-strikes-video_n_1320280.html

'The Walking Dead': A death in the family + Episode 212 sneak peek

If you haven't yet watched Sunday's (March 4) episode of "The Walking Dead" -- "Judge, Jury, Executioner" -- you probably shouldn't be reading this because we're going to talk about the death of a major character. You also missed a 40 minute morality play that, truth be told, might be worth skipping anyway.Too much and too little happened in this episode. Both are possible because we had some serious developments: The death of Dale (Jeffrey DeMunn), Carl's (Chandler Riggs) growing inhumanity, Rick (Andrew Lincoln) losing his nerve and Lori's (Sarah Wayne Callies) unspoken decision to put her money on Shane (Jon Bernthal) to keep her alive. Frustratingly, all of the above took up about 6 total minutes of show time. The rest was (and we hate to have to say this about a Greg Nicotero-directed episode) filler.We didn't need another entire episode devoted to the craptastic realization these characters have already mostly processed: The world... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2012/03/the-walking-dead-a-death-in-the-family-episode-212-sneak-peek.html