Jeffrey Dean Morgan has always been a very busy actor, but as 2015 came to a close, his career warped into light speed hyperdrive. Most fans remember him fondly from his twelve episodes on "Supernatural" playing John Winchester
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.
Boy, was there a lot of talk of things coming full circle this week on "The Walking Dead." Mostly from Morgan. But all that "what comes around, goes around" stuff rang a little bit hollow. More on that in a bit.
I'm not gonna go out of my way to mark this winter premiere of The Walking Dead as one of the best episodes ever. I'll leave that to those who deal in the hyperbole of the moment.
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.
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."
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.
Spoiler alert: JSS stands for “Just Survive Somehow,” on this episode of The Walking Dead. We get this little mystery as the episode begins, showing how Enid came to live in Alexandria.