Killing off those awful girls is the best thing this show has done all season.
Yeah, totally agreed... I didn't care for them as characters, and I hated the TD "somber" tone going with it. A) it's a TV show, grow up. B) Lizzie was annoying as a character and I was glad she was gone.
Totally agreed Brent, on the "serial killer" thing... When it got into my head via here that Lizzie was the one doing the feeding I figured she was at killer-level then, and then her attempt on Judith just solidified that.
Melissa McBride is HAWT I think... But she's dull as a dick in dishwater on Talking Dead. Very much like Maggie... Some of the actors have little to say. She's one of them. She's as timid seemingly as her character is on the show.
Anyway, loved the arc, and how that wrapped up nice and tidy... Tyrese doesn't want to kill her. She's back in the fold. The kids are gone (except the baby), which is much simpler to deal with... I liked it.
It was well acted and shot... Lizzie playing with the zombie in the yard and things.
You could just see the little girl's death coming, but yeah, I didn't expect it to come as it did... I really figured zombie. LIzzie lures one in, it gets her sister, etc. No way I saw the twist. I didn't think they'd go there, but wow.
I liked it all around though.
I too agree with you McMetal on the fire being Darryl/Beth's place they lit. That puts Darryl/Beth somewhere down the tracks theoretically, further towards TurmANUS I guess? It does seem to me like episodes have jumped a bit in terms of timing, but they all almost had to basically end up in the same place so it makes some sense I guess.
I'd been missing Ricchone for a while but I liked that they said the long absenses is to make you realize how "separated" the group is ultimately. I like that aspect of the show.
TD, the comedian wasn't funny, and Carol wasn't interesting... CM Punk seemed to be ignored, and Hardwick was acting like he was at a real funeral over it... Good lord. If you guys who hated TD before had watched it, you'd be ranting today I feel sure. I was bored to tears, and basically just found the facts about the episode, the make-up effects thing, and the preview to be interesting. The rest was too much people making more out of it than it was. I didn't freak out after the Red Wedding like they were moping around over this episode of TD. Lame.
The Ol Yeller moment was rough, but come on... Sophia's sequence was far more intense, from Shane's first freak-out moments to the end when Rick was the only one with the pair to go do the deed.