Is Glenn really dead? For three weeks now, many of us have been pacing back and forth, asking ourselves this question—unable to eat, sleep or fornicate. Sunday night’s episode of The Walking Dead put us out of our misery, after achieving its goal of completely stressing us out.
Humans are hardwired to become self-interested killing machines, or at least that was the premise of last night’s episode of The Walking Dead, “JSS,” aka “Just Survive Somehow.” Embrace the killer inside or suppress it, but you will make a choice.
The Walking Dead has returned and there’s a major operation underway to extinguish a mega-herd of walkers that threatens the quaint community of Alexandria. As expected, things don’t go as smoothly as planned because plans—especially during a zombie apocalypse—almost always get derailed.
What do you do in a society where prison doesn't exist and people do evil things? Rick Grimes has a solution: execution.
"Don't Let Go" were the next-to-last words of one moderately beloved, now deceased, character on last night's episode of The Walking Dead. His actual last words: "Ahhhhhhh! Ahh! Ahhhhhhh! Ahhh! Ahhhhhhh!"
The Walking Dead introduced a new character in Sunday night's episode, so you know what that means—yet another person to shower with love, warmth and good cheer. Welcome to the crazy dysfunctional family. Right, Rick? How will you greet him? "I'll put a knife in the base of your skull." Cool, cool.
Sunday night's winter premiere of The Walking Dead began with the possibility of hope, which is the one thing keeping everyone alive and sane, but I already had a feeling how this would end.
The mid-season finale of The Walking Dead either had you sobbing like Daryl or weirdly apathetic like me. While the main casualty in last night's episode, "Coda," wasn't entirely unexpected, it was no less tragic. Of course, part of the anxiety in watching a series that's so focused on certain-death is the dread that…
We knew this would be war and war it is—almost. Last night's set-up to The Walking Dead's midseason finale explored what happens when you don't follow the Rick Grimes plan. The theme of this episode is: Wait, what?
Last night on The Walking Dead, we finally caught back up with our beloved, crossbow-slinging non-couple Carol and Daryl, as they continue their quest for Beth while avoiding obvious sexual tension. Carol and Daryl: On The Run.
Sunday night's edition of The Walking Dead opened with a minor setback, featured a whole lot of mullet talk, and ended with a major confession.
In Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, we discover yet another group of humans living in post-apocalyptic Atlanta. These survivors don't eat people (guinea pigs are on the menu, though). Plus, they have plenty of resources: food, electricity, clean clothes, an iron, a record player, a Caravaggio painting.…
"TAINTED MEAT! YOU EATING TAINTED MEAT!"
I don't have kids, but I imagine that one of the scariest things in the world must be knowing that you can't always fully protect them. All you can do is lie or tell ugly truths about reality. That dilemma is even more of a palpable stress in zombie-America and especially for Walking Dead's Rick. Having abandoned most…
Earlier this month, someone stole $2000 worth of "racy" calendars from a kiosk in the Metro Atlanta Mall of Georgia. But this wasn't your average shoplifting job: The thieves left behind placards saying "Sorry, misogyny is out of stock," "the female body is not a commodity," and, yes, "fuck the patriarchy."
Thomas Nelson, the publishers of the on-again, off-again Lynne Spears' "parenting guide" say the book is on-again...and won't be taking the form of a parenting guide at all. Says a press release issued by the "leading provider of Bibles, products, and live events emphasizing Christian, inspirational and family value…