I can’t profess to understand God’s plan. Christ promised the resurrection of the dead. I just thought he had something… a little different in mind. We end at the beginning. Our season finale picks up where the show began, in Atlanta, where walkers are chowing down on — well, something. (It is far too small to [...]
The Walking Dead finale this week was BANANAS and a great way to end the season: some questions answered, some new ones raised, a new character to ponder over the summer, and everyone important made it out alive.
There was really only one way for Season Two of "The Walking Dead" to conclude if it wanted to salvage a painfully inconsistent season, and that's to go out with a bang. Anything less would drive away viewers in droves,...
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Kevin Melrose brings it home with a recap of "The Walking Dead" season finale as the walker herd overruns Hershel's Farm, the survivors make tough decisions and a fan-favorite character from the comic series appears.
Well, Dead-heads, the wildly uneven sophomore season of The Walking Dead has finally come to an end, closing out a troubled 13-episode stretch that began with marked inconsistency and lazy writing, but ended with a series of final episodes that featured increasingly improved writing, structure and suspense. So, did the season finale continue that trend [...]
I ended my recap of last week’s episode by asking about that zombie herd that emerged from the woods – where’d they come from, anyway? I guess Robert Kirkman reads my recaps, because the writers of the very, very good (for the most part) Season 2 finale kindly answered: Hotlanta! In a clever opening sequence, [...]
This episode opens with walkers leaving the city in what an only be described as a herd, to head towards Hershel's farm. They stop when they hear a gunshot and start moving towards Rick and Carl. Daryl returns to the farm and tells the rest of them that they found Randal and that he had become a walker. Show More Summary
The Walking Dead Season Two finale was a bloody one, wrapping up several loose threads as well as introducing one long-awaited character.
It’s The Walking Dead Season 2 Finale, Episode 13, entitled “Beside The Dying Fire”, not to be confused with the title of one of those Soul CD compilations from a late-night infomercial where every other song is Luther Vandross’ “Here...Show More Summary
Here we are, the sophomore season for AMC’s The Walking Dead draws to a close and it’s safe to say it does so on a high note. OK, that is an understatement, I don’t know about you but I confident in calling tonight’s episode the best since the shows pilot and a clear sign that it has finally recovered [...]
It's the season finale. Who lives, who dies, who cares?
In a finale not short on "holy crap" moments, a lot happened to advance the story of our merry (okay, maybe not so merry) band of zombie-apocalypse survivors.
The biggest complaint of The Walking Dead this season is that there haven’t been enough, you know, Walking Dead. It just wouldn’t be a finale, though, without a couple busloads of extras in makeup and a few dozen killshots.
I’ll admit it: my expectations were too high for this finale. This wasn’t a conscious decision on my part; I haven’t spent the past few weeks reassuring myself that the last episode of the second season would somehow solve all the problems the show has been struggling with for so long. Show More Summary
Holy crap, tonight's season finale of The Walking Dead,"Beside the Dying Fire," was an absolute demolition derby, and — as the show embarks on a new chaotic chapter — some your favorite (?) survivors may have been out to pasture. Spoilers way on, obviously. More »
You know those episodes of the Walking Dead in which people don’t get eaten, zombies don’t get blasted with guns,
The second season of The Walking Dead closed out with the remaining characters looking especially grumpy, and rightfully so. We don?t see a lot of good days on this show, but Season 2 ended, not with a huge cliffhanger (though we did get a clue about what may be ahead for Season 3), but with a regrouping of characters and a less than motivational speech.
You know you're in for some serious chills when a sneak peek clip is preceded with a voiceover like: "Due to the intense nature of the season finale this is the only sneak peek that will be released prior to the premiere."
?Due to the intense nature of the season finale, this is the only sneak peek that will be released prior to the premiere.? That?s the message said before the clip we have to show you from next week?s Season 2 finale, ?Beside the Dying Fire.? We also have the post-episode preview, in case you mixed it.