Killing off female leads, showrunner switcheroos, and what happened with the Governor.
[The slurpy sound of more zombies being stabbed.]
“She wasn’t cartoonish to me at all,” she says. “The rage in her is connected to the trauma of women in war.”
Line of Sight, from Jonathan Demme and Blake Masters.
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"Things are definitely gonna be way crazier, the situation is worse, people are getting more ragged."
Veronica Mars! Catching Fire! The Walking Dead!
Step 1: Start with an anti-hero.
He'd enjoy some alone time at the Trump Hotel.
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BYO sound effects.
All of the zombie deaths, plus the weapons that did them in.
So, this is what war looks like on this show.
Spoiler alert for last night's episode.
"THAT STUPID F—ING ARM."
Merle finally became a somewhat complex character.
Is it possible to medically diagnose a television show with schizophrenia?
"It’s gonna be weird!"
This would be its intro.
Last night's episode gestured, if only briefly, at something complicated.
Meanwhile, Red Widow and Celebrity Apprentice both bomb.
For much of this season, The Walking Dead has dragged its feet, but last night's episode was very good.
"If I had worn granny panties with holes in it, I just know the backlash on the Internet would have been through the roof."
While last night's episode literally revisited much of the same territory we've seen before, there were signs of life.
Merle and Daryl are like Smothers Brothers with crossbows and knife hands.