Since Carol was banished in last season’s The Walking Dead, only to come back after The Governor stormed the prison and the survivors scattered to the four winds, No Sanctuary gave her complete redemption letting Carol rule as the group’s saviour; one non Carol related surprise was Morgan returning and apparently following Rick’s trail. The first question that springs to mind is just why Morgan has shown up now. Is it now his turn to “do a Carol?”
In The Walking Dead season five premiere it is Carol to the rescue as she steps up and takes it to the cannibals at Terminus like a curly headed Rambo. AMC continues to deliver with a show that has viewers on the edge of their seat, looking through their fingers at the action one moment and then sobbing like baby Judith the next. In No Sanctuary it almost all comes together as the gang reunite. It is “almost” since Beth is still missing and as she was not hanging like a side of beef in the Terminus meat locker, she must still be alive.
The Walking Dead Finale and Barbecued Beth?
The Internet is awash with articles about last night’s The Walking Dead finale and whether or not that plate of barbecued meat was the remnants of missing Beth. Admittedly, it is easier to expect the worst possible scenario whenever a major character goes missing. Especially when said character has had some sort of personal epiphany and grows because of it.
The Walking Dead Season Finale: A Reckoning
The Walking Dead Season four finale, A was a reckoning all right, just as Joe promised. Unfortunately things don’t go as they should for just about everyone in this week’s show. After watching the sneak preview at the end of last week’s episode, Us, fans of the show were shown a blood drenched Rick sitting and he appeared to be shaken. This one clip, along with the Twitter rumor mill that was going full blast, put fans in gore mode and they readied themselves for the possibility that at least one main character was going to be dispatched. Messily.
The Walking Dead Season 4 Marathon the Saturday Buildup to Sunday Finale
For all those Walking Dead fans out there AMC is going to stage a Saturday The Walking Dead season 4 marathon as part of the buildup to the Sunday finale. The network is going to air all 15 episodes of the season back to back so fans can get geared up, and revved up, for the fourth season finale.