I love being surrounded by great writers with their amazing writing and personal insights. I have been a huge TWD fan from day one, which I ususally write a post about each TWD episode but last week’s episode, The Grove, honestly caught me off guard. The episode before this, Alone, I felt was kinda boring and I felt like the show was losing it’s touch, wondering why I was still watching the show. Then, the magic came back again with the thought provoking episode about “doing the Greater Good”. I won’t mention any spoilers because I want you to read this great artile from Turning Pages about the episode and figure out what would you’ve done, if you were in that situation?
Don’t Look Back.
***Spoiler Alert: This post is going to talk about the Walking Dead episode from Sunday March 16th. If you haven’t seen it yet, STOP READING!***
Bluntly, the Walking Dead is a show about the Zombie Apocalypse (ZA). What was once, a few years ago, the realm of Comic-Con nerds and Sci-Fi freaks has become firmly and decidedly mainstream. Before the TV show there were hit movies like 28 Days Later and Dawn of the Dead, but nothing catapulted the un-dead into the limelight quite like the AMC hit television show.
To re-cap: as the series opens, we meet small-town police officer Rick Grimes. He pulls his cruiser off the road near a gas station with a large lot full of cars. Rick needs gas, but for some reason he goes wandering through the seemingly empty lot. Up and down the rows, until we see two…
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