Holy golf balls! We mistakenly thought that our rascally rabbit, The Governor, had become a mere shadow of the diabolical tyrant we all grew to love and hate. We were wrong! Megan, while playing a game of chess with The Governor, says to him, “It’s your move.” Move he does, starting with Martinez and working his way down to Peter, our new pond zombie. The Governor is back and he’s looking for a new home. Will Team Rick welcome him with open arms? Find out after the jump.
Where you as surprised as I was to see how pitiful and disheveled the Governor looked on last week’s episode? I sure as hell was. What was more interesting was how a child brought him back. Last week’s episode showed us the apocalyptic version of Beauty and the Beast. Yep, just like the fairy tales of old, Megan (Meyrick Murphy) with her innocence still, somewhat intact, reached out and touched the Governor’s heart. But now that his men have returned, will the Governor revert back to the beast or will he keep his promise to Megan? Only time will tell, my little zombie snacks. Meet me after the jump.
Last week’s episode was a shocker! I’m a die-hard fan of a show that habitually eliminates show runners and cast members as quickly as Lady GaGa switches outfits at concerts. Most of the time, it’s for the good of the show but, sometimes, I’m left wondering. Why did Rick banish a woman who could play teacher, mother, nurse, and zombie slayer without batting an eyelash? Just saying, Rick; Carol had better leadership traits; she did what had to be done. How will Team Prison react when they learn Carol is gone? Daryl? Find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
Twitter was ablaze after Marilyn Manson joined the panel on “The Talking Dead.” Why? Marilyn Manson is a controversial performer, what did you expect, Richard Dawkins? But, don’t write Marilyn off too quickly because he did hit on some interesting facts on last week’s episode: There is a study relating ear size to criminology; Carol did take Lizzie and her sister under her ‘maternal’ wings; Rick’s hat does symbolize law, authority, and leadership. When he passed his hat to Carl; he passed on the power. Besides, what better way for “The Talking Dead” show to improve ratings than to invite Marilyn Manson as a guest? Enough said, back to the show! Carol aka Don Corleone has a sure fire way to stop the plague; Rick has anger issues; Tyreese found his mojo; Team Prison’s road trip hit a few bumps in the road. Now what? Find out after the jump.
Guest-Blogger Jim Knipp has a love-hate relationship with Zombies. After all, what is there to love or hate, heck, what is there to fear? Like Mummies, even Frankenstein can outrun them. Check out his thought process on zombies for our 31 Days of Horror, after the jump.
Okay my little zombie snacks, are you ready for some more zombies? What have Rick and team prison been up to since we last saw them? Do the survivors of Woodbury like their new digs? What has that rascally rabbit, the Governor (David Morrissey), been up to? Under the guidance of the new show runner, Scott Gimple, I’m anxiously waiting to find out what’s happening on the Season Four premiere. I’ll grab my jumbo size bottle of Tums and meet you after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
I would advise against wearing your Manolo Blahnik heels when visiting Vamp Camp. In last week’s episode, “Dead Meat,” Sarah Newlin used Ms. Suzuki’s (Tamlyn Tomita) heels to knock the stuffing out of her. The ever saintly, Sarah, is ready to toast some vampires, but I’m counting on Eric to save the day, especially since Bill is so inept at playing god. Is Warlow dead? Will Bill finish the job? Let’s find out after the jump. Read the rest of this entry
They’re dropping fasting than flies and sleazy politicians. Yes, my little bloodsuckers; another one bit the dust; poor Lady Nora. Eric’s sister was given tainted blood, and Bililith would not help her. What else happened in episode seven? Plenty: Alcide is in big wolf doodoo with his pack; Bill is now able to walk in the sun; Jessica may have found true love. But the real star of episode 07 was the ever tyrannical Sarah Newlin. Not only did she step right into the Governor’s shoes, but she demonstrated to friend and foe alike, why women make better leaders. To disagree with Sarah means a trip to the feeding tank. Will Sarah run for President in 2016? I hope she does, Congress needs some ass kicking, but until then, let’s find out what’s happening in good old Bon Temps. Read the rest of this entry