TWD: The End of The Ricktatorship?

** This post contains affiliate links. The opinions and ideas expressed are my own. ** POST CONTAINS SPOILERS ** If you missed it, watch the full episode here! It’s the end of a post-apocalyptic-world era. There was a comment on Talking Dead Live that there has always been a clear delineation of “before” and “after” for Rick in the TWD graphic novels, and (if memory serves that comment correctly), this

Beth Greene, We Hardly Knew Ye

It’s been a very long two months since the mid-season finale, and even longer since I have written about TWD (that is for another post). If you’re like me, you’ll be watching the Beth Episode tonight before the mid-season premiere. I am always saying that, for me, The Walking Dead being one of the only shows that seems to be able to get away with killing off major characters, and since I

The Walking Dead Season 4 Premiere

by Jennifer Pitt Not that I didn’t like the previous seasons, but I think I am really going to like Season 4. It’s funny, my dad and I were talking about the show just before it came on, and he commented on the stupidity of them not growing their own food. I agreed, so when the episode opened with Rick tending the garden, it made me happy: if someone who

The Walking Dead - Season 3, Episode 10 - Home

I didn’t write about the first episode back from the mid-season hiatus for a few reasons – I loved and hated it, it was terrible and awesome, and I couldn’t pick a side. I am a Daryl Dixon fan, and not a Merle Dixon fan. When we waited all hiatus to see what the showdown between the two would bring, only to have Daryl disappear with Merle – it was

The Walking Dead - Triggerfinger

I love this show. I love all of the characters for what they are, because I know that is what they are supposed to be. I am supposed to love and hate them. That is what good writing does. Lori, who took it upon herself to go to town to look for Rick, Glenn, and Herschel (approximately ten seconds after they left), hit a walker and wrecked her car, and