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.
What does the gruesome season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead have to do with The Art of War? Well, our hero Rick didn’t adhere to these ancient rules of warfare
Well, we still haven't seen any sign of the fearsome Negan on "The Walking Dead." Rick Grimes and company did make short work of his crew at the bunker though, so maybe Daryl was right and “this guy ain't shit."
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.
It was going to be tough for "The Walking Dead" to match the past couple episodes. Killing a bunker full of Neganites one week, then having Carol and Maggie turn the tables on their kidnappers the next set the bar pretty damn high.
This week marked the mid season finale of "The Walking Dead." Once again Team Grimes has to deal with a threat to their new homestead. The producers felt the need to hit us over the head with the symbolism
Something terrible happened on last night's The Walking Dead. The internet got to roll out one of their “clever” name mashups and Richonne is now hashtagging it's way through Twitter.
If the first three episodes of The Walking Dead were just too action packed for you then you were in luck with episode number four. I like Morgan’s character, but I didn’t need an entire show dedicated to showing how he evolved into the peace loving Aikido practitioner he is today.
It looks like The Walking Dead's Glenn and Abraham got off easy with Negan. The survivors who are now his slaves will be living a rough life. Daryl’s treatment in episode three was deplorable.