“This Sorrowful Life” is an episode aptly named, as it left many of us misty-eyed. This was an episode packed with surprises, but the most surprising of all being Merle’s startling and unexpected transformation.
This week we were treated to the episode titled “Prey” and while it was fairly straightforward, it was definitely exciting. Milton and Andrea have become partners in crime, seeing the need to remove the Governor from power before he destroys everything both groups have worked so hard to build. It’s nice to finally see Milton taking a stand against the Governor’s cruelty, even going so far as to coyly hint at his involvement to the Governor’s face.
This week’s episode, “Arrow on the Doorpost”, practically gushed tension from every available pore. The core of the episode revolves around a summit between Rick and the Governor, meeting to work out a peace agreement between their two groups. In reality, they’re meeting only to poke and prod each other in search of weakness. They both know this can only end in bloodshed. We also see some bonding occur between members of the two groups, and the wool beginning to lift from Andrea and Milton’s eyes.
Kyle Orski breaks down the bigger picture from this week’s edition of “The Walking Dead” on AMC. Titled “Clear,” the gang ventures out on a run to find more weapons and ammunition. Along the way, Rick learns more about himself and reunites with an ally.
The History Channel debuted their new five-part series “Bible” Sunday night in a time spot competing with AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” It will be curious to see how the two compared in the ratings, but it would not be shocking if “Bible” lost that battle. The series is set around different stories in the Holy Bible and the show has a unique spin in delivering those stories in a historical context. Instead of a narrator speaking over a scene being played out, each story is told much like any other television drama would be: by the characters.
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