This past season of The Walking Dead brought many unforeseen, exciting and pulse-pounding twists and turns. We were overjoyed when our favorites entered a romantic relationship, angered when a surprise death creeped up on us, and saddened when loved ones gave up. With the end of every season comes the
The kidnapping and trip to the Savior compound is over and it’s back to Alexandria in this week’s episode of The Walking Dead, titled ‘Twice As Far.’ Just because they’ve returned home to their impeccable homes doesn’t mean that they’ve forgotten the carnage of the Saviors or what happened to
Let’s start off by saying that The Walking Dead needs more episodes where the ladies are front and center, and Melissa McBride (Carol Peletier) blows our minds. *throws awards at her* The Walking Dead episode “The Same Boat” isn’t about Rick and Paula both having bargaining chips to make an
We’re going on another trip to Alexandria before heading out to Savior territory on The Walking Dead episode ‘Not Tomorrow Yet.’ The mission? Solidify ties with the Hilltop community. Their world has expanded and it won’t be stopping anytime soon. Might as well make friends while you can. [lead]Official Synopsis:
Jesus showed Alexandria that he trusted them by taking them to his community in The Walking Dead episode “Knots Untie.” Their world is bigger than expected and new opportunities are waiting around every corner. Hilltop and the Saviors join the Alexandrians in their journey for survival. Let’s talk about it!
The Walking Dead left off with Rick and Michonne’s night of “relaxation” interrupted by Jesus announcing that they needed to talk. (Creeper was watching them sleep?) He’s seen how they treat strangers and in many aspects he’s what Daryl wants to be, a man looking for survivors that can build