Scowl scowl scowl.
Sure, there are zombies and militias on The Walking Dead and Revolution, but life is so simple.
This baby's gonna need more than a Diaper Genie to survive.
"I think there is a conscience in there."
Michonne: now a Jedi.
This show works best when the plot encompasses as much territory and characters as possible, and this episode excelled at that.
Another fan favorite from the comic books joins the show.
There was a magic telephone.
We're not feeling as creeped-out by the Governor as we probably should.
"You know, people tend to blame women for stuff."
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Horrific leg amputations are all the rage.
"Babies need sunlight, so you can't keep it locked in a prison the whole time."
One of our favorite things about last night’s episode was that the zombies felt scary again.
We're having trouble thinking about anything else.
Joss Whedon, Apocalypse Now.
Do we want to go back to our regular gang after actually being engaged by this new set of characters?
Let's see Jonathan Franzen decapitate a zombie.
Their takes on the Ricktatorship.
The pickups keep on comin'.
Yes. And more kisses.
That's a lot of dead undead.
There’s such an assembly line feeling to this show sometimes.
Sing it, zombies!
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We would totally read these.