The working theory with the guys is that whoever killed LaRoche was someone with a grudge against the CBI, and so they start digging through all their old cases, putting together a list of all the most likely suspects. They link it to Ardiles and come up with no less than 12 suspects.
Things are getting heated in the Hamptons, so it was time to let someone go. Emily is on the verge of killing everyone, and with little choice left, it was up to Nolan to put things back on track.
Nolan seeks Aidan’s help to find Emily. She was about to go and murder everyone in a crazy rampage, but Aidan got there right on time and did what any good boyfriend would do: tie her to a chair and try to drown her. This is how they do it in their training I suppose. After some tough love she had all these flashbacks from her childhood and that was that, she was back, or so it seemed. Continue reading
Wow! This has to be the best episode of the season so far. Not only because it was a great hour of TV, but because it was the kind of TV that ripped your heart and soul out and danced all over them, so that by the time it was up I had no idea what was going through my head.
Tyrese, Carol and the girls were by far the focus of The Grove, and when they stumbled onto that house I knew something bad was going to happen. The Walking dead won’t ever let anyone be truly happy, not for long, and it was obvious the happy family home life wasn’t going to stick around here for the long term, but I had no idea what was about to happen. Continue reading
Is Emily going crazy, or is it another Grayson trick to gain control? At this stage, she’s risking to reveal her true identity if she isn’t careful. Living with the enemy and having blackouts can’t be safe. However, Emily is determined to continue her pursuit for Revenge.
Alone was all about decisions and making the right ones. The group is all split up and most of the people who have grown the closest over the last four seasons are split up. They’ve got to make a choice, go off alone and try and find their BFFs/ significant others or stick with the groups they’ve got and hope for the best. There was also a little side story about Bob, and how he came to join the group. Continue reading
In a way it’s clear they’re trying to move on from the whole Red John storyline, but finding and killing him in the mid season finale has me stumped. Was it a way to get more people to watch? Or some of its viewership back? You tell me. All I knew is that the new formula is still finding its feet. Continue reading
Guess I was wrong when I said that we we’re going to spend our episodes following the different pockets of survivors from the prison last week, because Still was all about Daryl and Beth, where they’re at right now, and how much they’ve changed, not just since the prison, but since they left the farm in the first place.
It’s clear that at least for these few episodes where we’re getting back into things we’re going to spend our weeks following the different pockets of survivors from the prison, and see what they’re up to. This week, we go back to Carl, Rick and Michonne, but also have a lot of Glenn time. I guess the writers didn’t want to hold back on who the new characters are for another episode. Continue reading
After last weeks in depth look at what was going on with Michonne, Carl and Rick, we’re happy to find out what’s happened to all our favourite characters since the prison got taken down by the Governor. They’re all split up and scattered around the place, giving plenty of weird groupings, and new situations for problems.
First of all, if you’re not up to date on The Walking Dead lock yourself in a room and sort it out. That and be careful because there are some HUGE spoilers here. Ok, so now that’s out of the way…
Are you over the mid season finale by now? Nope, didn’t think so. I’ve been itching for The Walking Dead to come back ever since the credit’s rolled on Episode 8 in December. Herschel (queue massive crying sesh) is dead, the Governor is too (huge sigh of relief) and the rest of the guys have split up, and hightailed it out of there. Whoever else asked if it could get any worse following the emotional horror show that was Lori’s demise recently got their answer.