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The Walking Dead Season 4: Episode 11 “Claimed” – Recap

I continue my coverage of The Walking Dead Season 4 with my recap of Episode 10, Claimed! As with every recap, you can expect me to add my own blend of comedy to an otherwise dark episode. In Claimed we learn that Twinkies aren’t the food-stuff capable of surviving the Apocalypse, Michonne gets a rough reminder that playtime is over, Rick is left Home Alone and has to do his best Sam Fisher impression meanwhile Sergeant Abraham Mustache try to co-exist and Eugene shows up just how he’s managed to survive so long… Oh, and spoilers! I made sure to turn my dryer off this time!

The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 10: “Inmates” – Recap

I continue my coverage of The Walking Dead Season 4 with my recap of Episode 10, Inmates! As with every recap, you can expect me to add my own blend of comedy to an otherwise dramatic episode. In Inmates we check-in with The Walking Dead characters who aren’t name Rick, Carl, and Michonne. We’re treated to Beth miraculously learning to speak, Tyreese moonlighting as a babysitter, and we see the return of a couple of familiar faces and even some new mustachioed ones. And for those super fans who couldn’t wait to see Tara again, you’re in luck! Lilly fans were not so lucky….

The Walking Dead Season 4 Episode 8: Too Far Gone – Recap

As with every recap, you can except me to add my own blend of comedy to an otherwise bummer of an episode. In the Mid-Season Finale we learn what happens when you bring a tank to a peace negotiation, Lilly wins the award for “Mother of the year”, The Governor shows us his sensitive side, and we say goodbye to an extra we never even knew existed.

The Walking Dead Season 4: Internment – Recap

As with every recap, you can except me to add my own blend of comedy to an otherwise tense episode. This week we see Hershel show just how important he is to the group, why Carl deserves to be armed at all times, what happens when an axe meets a metal door.

The Walking Dead Season 4: Indifference – Recap

  As with every recap, you can except me to add my own blend of comedy to an otherwise grim episode. This week we see the consequences of Carol’s actions, Carol shows her news friends all of the fun things you can learn on the internet, Bob battles sobriety and Tyreese continues to Hulk out!

The Walking Dead Season 3 Finale: Welcome to the Tombs – Recap

Spoiler Alert! Just as I predicted, Allen died. On a more important note, if you don’t want to know the fate of the important characters then I strongly suggest you watch “Welcome to the Tombs” before reading this. You’ve been warned.

Walking Dead Season 3: This Sorrowful Life – Recap

Spoiler Alert! Allen’s son Ben gets shot and nobody really noticed or cared. On a more important note, this recap contains heavy spoilers. Point being, if you don‘t want your precious Walking Dead experience spoiled then I strongly suggest you watch “This Sorrowful Life” before reading this. You’ve been warned.

Walking Dead Season 3: Prey – Recap

Spoiler Alert! Rick is in this episode for all of 5 minutes, if that. On a serious note, this recap contains heavy spoilers. Point being, if you don‘t want your precious Walking Dead experience spoiled then I strongly suggest you watch “Prey” before reading this. You’ve been warned. I don’t like this. I don’t like this at all. Three episodes now. It’s been three episodes in a row that I’ve felt bad for Andrea and I don’t like it one bit. Prior to season 3, the first time I felt anything but contempt for Andrea was during the season finale where she fought tooth and nail to survive. Albeit with a little help from Michonne but it was still an endeavor worthy of respect. Prey certainly has shades of Beside the Dying Fire and that’s what made it such a fantastic episode. On top of my reluctant Andrea admiration, I gained a new respect for Milton. It seems like it was just the previous episode that I had labeled Milton as “meek”, but in Prey he definitely grew a pair and stood up to The Governor. Tyreese also showed that despite his propensity for mediating conflict, he’s no push over.