What a season premiere! It was big. It was nasty. It was insane! Here's a few observations before jumping into the recap of "The Walking Dead."
Our zombie adventure starts out this week with the short bus rolling toward Washington D.C. We see Rosita stroking Abraham's fire red hair and the payoff from that comes later in a dark library.
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.
Thank you for your service, Glenn Rhee. Your good deeds were finally rewarded. More on that in a minute as we get to this "The Walking Dead" recap and update on Glenn's fate.
This week's episode of "The Walking Dead" was a depressing affair with the group walking as if in slow motion as they were dehydrated and down from some recent deaths.
Who is more disgusting, Gregory or Negan? The latter is more vicious for sure. But Gregory’s cowardice is pretty hard to stomach for The Walking Dead audience.
Before I dive into Swear, let me get this out of the way. This episode 6 was a weak effort on the part of The Walking Dead. You know it and I know it.
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.
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."
Who is going to get cracked with Negan’s bat, Lucille, when The Walking Dead returns on Sunday October 23rd? Sadly, we already know. Spoiler at the very end of article alert.