Clearly you’re going to want to check out our The Best Zombie Kills of Walking Dead Season 3 post because what else would you want to do before bed? Or dinner? Or a romantic date? Anyone else hungry for chili?
Check out our latest The Walking Dead recap AND don’t forget to vote for your favorite Zombie Kill of the Week. There’s nothing better than a good ol’ Zombie killin’.
“Oh, what I wouldn’t give for the sweet sound of a jumbo jet.”
Zombie Killers rejoice! The Walking Dead is back and it’s better than ever pretty okay! Way back in December, we Walking Dead fans were left with quite a cliffhanger: Merle and Daryl thrown together in a fight to the death! I asked you, Gentle Readers, to vote in a poll and let the public know once and for all who would win: Merle or Daryl. 90% of you said Daryl would win and 10% of you said Merle would win but the joke’s on you because 0% said “No One Will Win Because They Will Hardly Even Fight Because The Walking Dead Is Just Teasing Us.” So I win the prize! …what? Polls don’t have prizes? DEMOCRACY IS THE WORST. Now, grades:
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A recap of last night’s Walking Dead is already here! And you better savor it because you won’t get another one until February.
You know what? Let’s skip Christmas. I’m not one for ham and traffic and shopping. Forget about New Year’s too. We don’t need over-priced drinks, stupid hats, and cheap optimism. Let’s go straight to February so we can watch the next Walking Dead.
Tonight’s mid-season finale was an epic, sprawling episode that (like the best Walking Dead episodes) concentrated more on action than character, so our grades this week are a little more scattershot than usual. There were some interesting developments though: the most promising being that The Governor has become a true villain. Just like Shane was way cooler once he embraced his evil nature, same with The Governor. Something has pushed The Governor over the edge – was it the true death of his daughter? Losing his eye? Or was it the trauma of having sex with Andrea? Perhaps we’ll never know.
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Just in time for Halloween we get our weekly dose of zombies!
Check out our recap of The Walking Dead premiere here: http://charactergrades.com/the-walking-dead-seed/
Andrea channels her inner Tim “The Toolman” Taylor here. Righty-tighty lefty-loosey, bitch!
Watch the first four minutes of The Walking Dead’s mid-season premiere! Someone needs to tell grandpa Hershel that zombies are not people. Soylent Green is people.
If you need to catch up on all the bloodletting-earnecklacing stuff you missed in the first half of season 2, you can read all of Jack’s recaps (and TWD merch reviews?!) here!
Jesus. Christ. …Sorry, everybody. Just gotta catch my breath after that SUCKERPUNCH of an ending The Walking Dead handed to us on the way out the door. Yup, tonight was the (actual) midseason finale, which sounds cool but actually means we aren’t getting any new episodes until February. While tonight’s episode didn’t end on the enormous cliffhanger I expected, the final few moments were some of the darkest and most heart wrenching the show has had to offer. I don’t want to reveal up top here specifically what I’m talking about for any readers who have stumbled upon this post without seeing the episode first, but let’s just say if you were looking for some closure to the Search for Sophia storyline, well…WE GOT SOME. (via The Walking Dead. Pretty Much Dead Already. | Character Grades)