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Tonight, AMC’s The Walking Dead returns for the second half of its sixth season. When we last left off, the fence surrounding Alexandria had been breached and a horde of walkers had been unleashed upon on the town. The group was separated and found themselves trapped in various houses. Deanna discovered that she had been bitten while saving Rick in the initial onslaught. Meanwhile, Ron tried to kill Carl because he thought Carl got Enid killed. Rick had to break down the door to save Carl, which ultimately led to the walkers getting into the house they were hiding in. Elsewhere, Carol finally confronted Morgan about what he was hiding and discovered his Wolf prisoner. Carol attacked Morgan, but he managed to take her down. However, while they were distracted, the Wolf managed to get a hold of Morgan’s staff and knocked him out. He took Denise as his hostage and left the building. Back in the other house, Rick came up with a plan for the group to cover themselves in zombie guts and slowly wade through the sea of walkers outside the house. However, Jessie’s annoying son Sam started calling for his mom just as they were surrounded by the hungry zombies.
Will Sam’s screaming cause the walkers to attack? Who are the people holding Daryl, Sasha, and Abraham at gunpoint? Will Glenn and Maggie finally be reunited? Will the group find a way to take back Alexandria, or is it a lost cause and time to move on to a new location? And will someone please just kill Morgan? His refusal to kill other humans is going to get them all killed!
On tonight’s episode, “No Way Out,” with walkers inside the gates of Alexandria, Rick and the group are scared, outnumbered, and things are only getting worse.
See if/how the group escapes tonight on AMC at 9/8c.
I’ll also be watching/recording Madam Secretary, The Good Wife, Castle, Bob’s Burgers, The Simpsons, Family Guy, Worst Cooks in America, Talking Dead, Vinyl, and Shameless.
Jump with us to see else we think you should watch.
The last new episode of CSI: Cyber was scary because it affected people city-wide, not just an individual person at a time. A man who’d been fired from his job at a 911 call center had set up a hack of sorts on one of the city buses, and that transmitted an “airborne” virus via wifi, so it went from bus to bus to café to cell phone, and so on and so on. He set it so he personally received 911 calls from cell phones, and then those people were left without real help. He was addicted to hearing the fear and pain from those callers. It was creepy to the extreme. Then the funny part of the episode was D.B. getting a personal text from a woman to someone who had the number before him. In it, she said she’d made a mistake and wanted to talk. He went to the hotel bar she was supposed to be at and started talking to a beautiful woman he thought was the texter, and while he was wrong about who she was, they struck up a conversation anyway. Turned out she was in law enforcement or something… (It’s been a couple of weeks, and since then, I got a puppy! So I can’t remember what, exactly. I just remember that it was a good fit for him…)
On tonight’s episode, “The Walking Dead,” Avery and the Cyber team attempt to work with black hat hacker Stella Kaine (Kelly Osbourne) to track down the hacker who took identity theft to a new level and digitally “killed” Avery’s ex-husband. Brent Sexton guest stars.
To see if they can find the hacker, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing Guy’s Grocery Games, Worst Cooks in America, All-Star Academy, Castle, & Cutthroat Kitchen.