Before the opening credits roll, The Walking Dead: After gives the viewer one last poignant reminder of just what Rick’s group of survivors lost at the prison; Michonne puts an end to Hershel’s zombie head and later she takes off with her new walker comrades remembering her past while Rick and Carl share some moments during which Carl grows up and so does Rick.
The Walking Dead season four, episode three is titled Isolation. It could have been called “One is the Loneliest Number.” While the title seems to be referencing the isolation that our survivors are having to endure to keep the flu from spreading, it also means the conditions that the group are living in
Season four, episode two of The Walking Dead could have been titled please do not feed the walkers. In the season premiere of season four, the amount of walkers surrounding the prison where Rick and the survivors decided to stay had increased. Not only had they increased but they were gathered around the fence in droves.
The Walking Dead: Evolution is a B*tch
The season premiere of The Walking Dead has given fans their AMC fix. Since Breaking Bad finished, and let’s face it we can only deconstruct that show so many times before it becomes tedious, AMC’s undead series was just what the doctor ordered. The first thing that we learned by the episodes finish was that it looks like evolution has begun and it is a b*tch.