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I feel this episode was just as great if not better than the rest. The last part was excellent. I am really happy Daryl is back. A bit sad that Rick has gone to crazy town. Hope he is back soon too. They really do need him. I too was a bit shock by the killing of Axel but hey, better him than anyone else in the group. I have grown to like all of them too much. Judging by the preview, I think things get more exciting the next episode. I really liked the scene where his own son tells rick to give up the leadership. I have waited for that scene for some time now having seen it in the mid season preview. Now I totally understand why. Still the best show on TV now!
What a show. Glenn is a good kid but not a leader, yet. Some folks ae far better as followers. Loved the way Darryl stood up to Merle, best line was "He's Korean". Going up on the bridge and saving those folks shows how far he has come. When the walker delivery van crshed the gate, Hershal trapped in the lower field,Rick out of ammo and I am yelling "Where is the cavalry??", meaning Darryl and Glenn. In the ta da nick of time the rescue took place. They need to do a surgical raid on Woodbury and kill the governer!
You had to know something was going to happen - Govn'r said "no retribution' then was nowhere to be found... Glenn exclaimed: "Who's on watch duty!?"... Rick was trippin' the Lori-fantastic... All the talk about the prison breach on one side... and Axel had to go and say actual words to Carol. Looked like a recipe for an attack! :)
I think Merle, while not too accepted at first, will have to show his worth with insider knowledge. Tyreese will be back, by I am guessing not until near the end of the season as he will most likely be a major player next season.
And wouldn't you know - Yellow Jacket Creek.
Michonne went to town with that sword…and who was that masked out zombie driving chick? And how did the Woodbury guy get in the tower in the first place? I know everyone was preoccupied with their own thing but dang on it it’s the end of the world people wake up! They need to get act together and move because some crazy guy has you all in his sights and is name is the Governor. Is it me but why when they find a good place to hide out they never have a plan B! I’m with Hershel and while its warm they should be looking for another place to stay cause until he is killed the Governor will be a thorn in their side.
Sorry, but why all the fuss with Glenn and Maggie. I mean she wasn’t rape and she made a choice to give up the location of the others to save her man…..why does Glenn have a hard time with it. He needs to get over it because one person can’t save/protect everyone. Glenn will never be a leader with the attitude he has at the moment. Rick needs to find himself. And what happen to the new people from last week? This group is getting smaller by the minute they need all the help they can get. I am glad that Daryl came back and woke up to how miss guided & cold his brother is.
I completely agree with Larry! This show is about humans in a zombie apocalypse and how their lives are changed because of it. Not goddamn zombie battles. I didn't find the episode to be slow at all.
My main issues with this episode was just that Tyreese? Where did he just disappear to? Hello? Even the preview for next week had no mention of him.
Poor Daryl. I'm not sure I totally understood though? His father molested him? Or beat the shit out of him? Those were some awful scars.
I initially thought it was Andrea in the bus there to stop the Governor! Damnit Andrea! God damn you! You deserve no redemption.
Great entertainment! I agree with Larry below about Rick & Hershel talking, and Daryl & Merle, Glen & Maggie, and where Maggie feeds Judith. Great scenes..thumbs down to the reviewer..it isn't just about zombie attacks. Its the psychological breakdown of society, the kill or be killed makeup of the show, tust no one or be harmed from it. Loved the directing, where (oh No! Not Axel!! our family yelled.) and then the next frame was Carl with his pistol, and for a fleeting moment, I thought Carl had misfired his pistol & it went off! Then the camera goes to the govenor.. holy crap! He's just standing there, enjoying the mayhem he's created. The bus crashing thru the gate, and thinking it was Daryl.. whoops..surprise gift from the Gov. Yay to Michonne- she's out there chopping heads like no other.. wa-ching- loved the sound effects in the show.
I wonder what the viewer tallies were last night? Mid Season opener was enormous. AMC better realize they have a ca$h flow for
What a blast! The psychological part of the episode was linked amazingly to some great action scenes.. I absolutely loved it.
And of course Axel would be killed... WHY? He talked to CAROL.. just like T-DOG... LOLOL. :D
Can't wait to see Rick kick some Governor's ass!
What's rather silly to me was that the Mexican fella told Merle the car didn't have any gas, but when Daryl told him to drive away, he did. No gas my ass.
I was NOT disappointed, at all!!!! Love the Drama and the zombie kills were amazing!!! The Governor needs too go, and soon. Andrea needs to get a clue and We all knew Axel was going to be killed . Loved this episode. Best show on tv.
Great episode! Season 3 has really found the balance between story development and zombie action. Ya gotta have at lease some zombie kills even if the episode is more about character development Favorite moment: hatchback zombie head smash - you go Daryl!
One thing that has bothered me through-out and was especially present on the bridge: why didn't they check all the cars for supplies? Merle was mad that Daryl let the family leave without "payment", but then didn't bother to check any of the vehicles. And why keep walking when thy could have driven?
This was a superb episode. Despite the "disclaimer" at the end of the review, I find this reviewer, as well as many others, want the Walking Dead to be nothing more than bloody battles. If this ever were to come to pass, it would destroy a great show. Thank God the writers are smart enough to ignore the constant calls for mindless blood and put in strong character development for many of the players in the show. The scenes with Daryl and Merle were especially good and the conversation between Rick and Hershel was an important one. Without these slower, more introspective scenes, the show wouldn't even be half as good. Kudos to all involved for another 5 star episode.
im really happy that daryl has realized where he belongs and that he has changed from thinking about robbing the camp in season 1 to joining them and contributing tremendously.daryl and merle have not seen each other for at least a year they havent had any scenes together intill now.overall i feel it was a great episode.
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