Spoiler Alert: There is actually some action in THE WALKING DEAD, as the latest episode replaced "people whining about things" with "people whining about things until things actually happen and it's awesome."
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This week's episode of THE WALKING DEAD picks up right where we left off before the hiatus.
Devin, Meredith and Henri all chime in for the mid-season finale of THE WALKING DEAD.
It's a filler episode... but one that works as bloody good fun.
Meredith still can't get over the fact that stuff actually happens on this season of THE WALKING DEAD.
Henri considers some changes from the comic that work, and some that don't. Then we all feel despair at the last moment of the episode.
Yet another laugh riot with the survivors of the zombie apocalypse.
Meredith joins the conversation as we enter Woodbury and meet The Governor.
Is this finally the zombie show we all wanted when we first heard there would be a zombie show on TV?! Henri chimes in on Season 3 of THE WALKING DEAD.
The zombie show returns for a third season, and longtime hater Devin thinks it's... promising?!?!
It's the season finale. Who lives, who dies, who cares?
The latest WALKING DEAD is a whopper. Talk about it here!
"He is not Judge Judy and executioner!" THE WALKING DEAD contines its new path of having stuff happen, and Devin likes it.
This week brought us two power struggles: one interesting, one boring. Weirdly, the interesting one involved Andrea and Lori.
Henri offers Shane and Lori some advice to help them get through this zombie apocalypse without becoming super lame.
The zombie show returns from hiatus. Is it still shambling along or has it begun running?
Henri doesn't care if they're sick people or dead people - they're dangerous! Also, they're definitely dead people.
Wait, two watchable episodes of THE WALKING DEAD in a row? It's a pre-Christmas miracle!
Well, it certainly seems as though the writers are listening to viewer cries of boredom. “Cherokee Rose” featured the single grossest thing I have seen on this show or any other, plus some side boob.
Yeah, Lori’s still stupid. Shane is kind of interesting. Rick is… well, he’s a guy who always wears a sheriff’s outfit. But at this point I just wanna know more about the actual zombies.
“Save the Last One” was a great episode of THE WALKING DEAD. But Meredith isn’t sure that a great episode of THE WALKING DEAD is good enough.
Every time I think Lori can’t get any worse, she does.
Devin didn’t like it. Meredith kinda did. Henri thinks this is a zombie survivalist fantasy, so we can only expect so much. Or maybe he’s just continuing to make concessions because he’s committed to watching the entire season.
Devin mostly hated it; Meredith mostly dug it. Read on to find out why.
THE WALKING DEAD is back for season two. Did the 90 minute premiere improve on what went wrong in the first season?
Devin, Henri and Meredith are gearing up to dissect brand new episodes of THE WALKING DEAD, ONCE UPON A TIME and GRIMM this season. Join them!
Yeah, CGI-splosions are kind of weak, but Henri’s down with shower montages. And it’s nice to know that these characters really do exist in a world that’s been overrun and aren’t just trapped near a decimated and quarantined Atlanta. The end of season one was as bumpy as the episodes that came before it, but it could still be a great prologue to a full season next year.
The season has ended, the CDC is ‘sploded, the survivors are saddened and Meredith’s confounded. Join the conversation in the comments!
It’s the end of the first season of THE WALKING DEAD. Devin weighs in not just on the finale but the season as a whole: did he like it, or does he think it needs a bullet in the brain?
One episode left in the season and our sad little campers finally make it somewhere this week. Is it too little, too late? Meredith hopes not.
Jim got a hickey on his tummy! The CDC has advanced doors and shower systems, but really, really dated video camera technology! Really, though, Henri thought it was a solid episode of zombie TV.
The second to last episode of the first season of THE WALKING DEAD has aired and Devin has seen it. What did he think? Most importantly - what do you think? Join the TV Talk in the comments!
Watching a zombie apocalypse is basically like watching an episode of Double Dare. Also this week our characters learned another important lesson: respect your elders, kiddies!
Vatos and crossbows and zombies, oh my! The Walking Dead ups the action and Meredith gives you her two cents.
Gang bangers! Zombie attacks! Character histories revealed! What did Devin think of the fourth episode of AMC’s THE WALKING DEAD? Find out inside.
The very fact that there IS a Team Shane proves how far from the comics we’ve drifted. Meredith chimes in.
Is Rick insensitive for wanting to save a racist instead of hanging out with his son, or is he the only sane character on the show? Do we hate Lori just a little bit less now, or do we wish she was the one who got punched in the face a bunch? Henri continues the discussion of the third episode of THE WALKING DEAD.
Believe it or not we’re at the halfway point of THE WALKING DEAD’s first season. Devin weighs in on the third episode, and talks about the formation of Team Rick and Team Shane. Which side are you on?
Do you think a skanky Lori is more entertaining? How’d you feel about Michael Rooker in such a crude role? Meredith’s joining the conversation!
Why is Lori so unlikable on the show? Can you really drop n-bombs on TV now? Then why no boobies? Henri continues the conversation of Walking Dead ep 1.2…
The smash hit zombie show returns for a second episode. But is it as good as the first? And is AMC hellbent on pushing every possible boundary of what you can show on TV?
Henri and Devin are both huge fans of The Walking Dead comics and AMC television shows. For the duration of season one, they’ll be having a conversation discussing the finer points of Frank Darabont’s take on the series. They might argue, they may just high five, but they’ve promised to not bring up any aspects of the comics that could lead to a spoiler on the show. Feel free to join the conversation in the comments.
Here are Devin’s two cents.
Henri and Devin are both huge fans of The Walking Dead comics and AMC television shows. For the duration of season one,vthey’ll be having a conversation discussing the finer points of Frank Darabont’s take on the series. They might argue, they may just high five, but they’ve promised to not bring up any aspects of the comics that could lead to a spoiler on the show. Feel free to join the conversation in the comments.