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It was another amazing episode of The Walking Dead last Sunday, one that kicked off a huge debate as to whether or not one of the series’ original characters is actually dead. The episode gave us the point of view of Rick and his group just after the horn sounded as the Alexandria massacre was taking place. Rick headed off on his own to get the RV so he could try to divert the walkers from Alexandria. This left Glenn and Michonne to lead the rest of the Alexandrians to safety. As he left, Rick warned his friends to not be dragged down by these people and abandon them if they had to in order to survive.
While trying to outrun the walkers, quite a few members of this under-experienced group ended up dead. By the end of the episode, Glenn and Nicholas found themselves in an alleyway full of walkers, standing on top of a dumpster with no way out. Nicholas decided he couldn’t take any more and shot himself in the head, knocking Glenn and himself into the sea of walkers. We then saw Glenn screaming as the walkers seemingly pulled out his guts – or did Nicholas fall on top of him, and they were actually tearing into him instead? (fingers crossed!)
The episode ended with Rick making it to the RV, but he had trouble getting it started. And to make things worse, the Wolves showed up, but he managed to get a gun and spray bullets all along the side of the RV, taking them out. He continued to struggle with the RV, but the gunfire had attracted a large horde of walkers, who were quickly surrounding the vehicle.
Is Glenn really dead? If not, how the heck is he going to get out of the situation he’s in? The same goes for Rick –will Daryl show up to somehow distract the walkers so he can get the RV out of there? And what’s with his hand? It seemed badly injured. Is it infected? Will Rick need to chop off his hand (or more) in order to stay alive? Or is his situation even worse?
It was just announced the other day that The Walking Dead has been picked up for a seventh season – which is a no-brainer (no pun intended) – so fans can relax, knowing there’s a lot more to come.
On tonight’s 90-minute episode, “Here’s Not Here,” a new face appears; trust issues form.
I’ll also be watching/recording Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Once Upon a Time, Quantico, The Librarians, Talking Dead, The Leftovers, Project Greenlight, and Homeland.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
I have to admit that I still have two episodes of The Librarians to watch from last season. Somehow they got pushed to the side when they aired and we just didn’t get a chance to watch them. We plan to do that tomorrow, though…since tomorrow night is the season premiere. Regardless of not having seen those two episodes, I really enjoyed last season. I love how they’ve made the main cast new Librarians but have still brought Noah Wyle’s Flynn Carson back a few times. This season promises to be full of fun and magic and intrigue, so don’t miss tonight’s two brand new eps!
On tonight’s first episode, “…And the Drowned Book,” while Jenkins discovers there’s something wrong with the Library since it returned from the Void, the Librarians all find themselves drawn back together after having been off on their own for months, to solve the mystery of a massive storm that has parked itself over Manhattan. Then on the second episode, “…And the Broken Staff,” Prospero summons up other Fictionals in order to retrieve the parts of his Staff from a museum. The Librarians soon find themselves pitted against Frankenstein’s monster and Sherlock Holmes’ brilliant nemesis Moriarty. Meanwhile Flynn (Noah Wyle) and Baird have a disagreement over how to proceed against Prospero.
To see how the Librarians can work together now that the Library is back, tune in to TNT at 8/7c & 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing The Great British Baking Show, Guy’s Grocery Games, World Series, Holiday Baking Championship, CSI: Cyber, & Cutthroat Kitchen.