Duck Dynasty took a horrible turn during its season finale - -a Robertson family vacation to Hawaii -- relying on cheesy gimmicks instead of substance to drive laughs and keep its viewers entertained. How bad was it?
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As a fan of The Walking Dead's first two seasons it pains me to write these words, to slam the very show I fell in love with. That being said, am I wrong? Am I misreading these cues?
They know how to pronounce "Cthulhu" and what a TARDIS is. I'm betting some of them speak Elvish, others, Klingon. And they could outlive you in a zombie apocalypse. Why? Because they've read every book on the subject.
"This Sorrowful Life" was appropriately named, because that's exactly what I found myself muttering after this slow, depressing build to the season three finale of The Walking Dead.
Glenn's brutal beating at the hands of Merle was nothing compared to his anguish in knowing how the Governor tormented Maggie, and their spontaneous sex scene in the loading dock felt real and needed.
Perhaps by domesticating the zombie, the creators of The Walking Dead have inadvertently stumbled upon the new cutting edge of horror. It's no longer a supernatural or extra-terrestrial invasion or any sort of "evil other."
The Governor is preparing chains for a torture chamber, presumably for Michonne. And was it just me, or is the Governor totally getting off on the idea right before the opening credits?
Finding myself offed by the world's greatest search engine, I began to wonder how they'd ended up sending me to an untimely grave.
This week's episode of "The Walking Dead" was a refreshing departure from the Prison vs. Woodbury plot line -- in fact, it avoided both of those locations all togehter -- and turned a run for supplies into a four-character story that could hold our attention for 42 minutes.
Here are a few things we know for certain after the last few episodes: Tom Waits is permanently on our collective zombie-apocalypse playlist, watching a zombie get curbed on a rock is brutal, and no one who flirts with Carol makes it out alive.
"The Walking Dead" returned this week to deal with the aftermath of the Governor's attack and a frustrated Andrea's even more frustrating conflict of interest.
What would it look like if we all decided to a little more for healing with all of the same ingenuity and bravery that has been brought to war? And if we chose not to, don't the bad guys win?
There is room for so much hope for the Syrian refugees. If we harness the creative, intellectual, and emotional capital latent in their populations and if we commit as an international community to support them through their darkest hour, their children will grow up beautifully and well.
After a slow and steady midseason premiere last week, "The Walking Dead" picked up the pace in this week's episode, which starts and ends with a quickly deteriorating Rick Grimes looking through a fence, afraid of what's on the other side.
Now in its third season, the post-apocalyptic drama series has garnered dozens of hugely popular YouTube parodies and take-offs since its debut.