This week on The Walking Dead some of our favorite apocalypse survivors have a hard time adjusting to the new world of Alexandria, while a few start to give it a chance.
I have to say that this week's episode of The Walking Dead was close to the best of this season. It was certainly much better than last week's viewing. They opened with Carol in a flashback to when she drove away from Rick after he exiled her for a couple of prison "murders."
The intro for last night’s The Walking Dead episode, “Try” was as jumbled up as poor Aiden’s terrible ‘Run Mix’ CD. The awful music was a reminder of how grateful I am that he met his maker last week due to his own stupidity. The intro ranged from Carol cooking up a casserole to Sasha on the verge of losing her mind
Daryl Dixon’s got to be dead right? Or maybe Eugene who was sent in as a sacrificial lamb to the Saviors? Could it be Glenn who experienced his last day on Earth? Well, we have heard from so many sources now that it's Glenn who meets his maker at the end of Negan's bat.
This week's "The Walking Dead" episode 'Remember' had an eerie feel to it. Everything was just too perfect for a group that has spent so much time in an imperfect world outside those gates of Alexandria.
The title for this week's episode of The Walking Dead has me puzzled as I'm not sure what meaning 'Spend' holds. The opening is a scene of Father Gabriel tearing pages out of a Bible after seeing a nice note from a townie saying how blessed they are to have him in Alexandria.
Paranoia and dissension was the theme this week as “The Walking Dead” picked up right off where we left last week. 'The Distance' episode had Sasha and Maggie taking the stranger Aaron to their leader.
Before the winter break, "The Walking Dead" basically ripped off the band-aid when it came to Beth's death, but this episode entitled 'What Happened and What's Going On" felt like when someone slowly and painfully pulls that band-aid off