The Times' list has never seen carnage quite like this.
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“The truth is, what else I got to do?”
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Sophia? Are you in here? No?
Rick Grimes with peeling face!
Everything’s food for something else.
"Sophia only matters to the degree that she doesn’t drag the rest of us down.”
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To be fair, this is what it's always like to talk to Rick.
A brief moment of zombie fishing mercifully interrupts a whole lot of pontificating.
Going for a buzz cut is just one of the choices talked about this week.
No surprise there.
A new homestead tends to Carl, while Grimes makes a nonsensical stand.
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"It’s like the CDC just exploded, and they rounded the corner — and all of a sudden everyone’s fit! That’s one of those vain-actor things."
It takes a very steady hand to pull a hedgehog corpse out of this zombie's gut!
"Now zombies have their own rules."
When it comes to younger viewers, 'Walking Dead' wipes the floor with network shows.
How to snarl, how to move, and most importantly, how to "munch."
7.3 million zombie lovers tuned in.
There are moments of genuine tension, as long as the characters shut their mouths.
Our favorite: bladed boomerang.
"Frank basically made it clear that everyone associated with the show should continue."
The show is on the verge of a big idea that can transcend ritual zombie-bashing.