The Walking Dead Episode Review: 5×08 “Coda”

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It’s taken me a few days to really gather my thoughts on “Coda”. I genuinely enjoy The Walking Dead, and I’m usually able to see past its many, many flaws, but this episode didn’t sit well with me and still doesn’t after some deliberation. While there are a few decent moments interspersed throughout the episode, “Coda” mainly serves to render pointless most of the season so far with the cheap, senseless death of one of the more promising characters on the show. 

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The Walking Dead Episode Review: 5×06 “Consumed”

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The Walking Dead focuses back in on Daryl and Carol this week, with their quest to find Beth taking them to Atlanta. There, they try to reconnect after being apart for so long, resulting in a nice, slowly paced character study. There’s nothing too crazy about “Consumed”, but after three episodes away, it’s nice to catch up with two of the most interesting characters on the show.

The Walking Dead Episode Review: 5×05 “Self Help”

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This week, The Walking Dead takes a break from the Beth-Carol-Daryl crisis to check in on Glenn, Maggie, Abraham, and the rest of the Washington DC-bound group. As multiple setbacks delay their progress on the road, Abraham begins to get caught up in his desire to complete his mission, which leads to a major revelation from Eugene. 

San Diego Comic Con Schedule Highlights: Friday

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San Diego Comic Con’s second day of programming is at least twice as crazy as their first. There are so many scheduled panels, especially for television, I couldn’t even begin to list all of the ones I’m interested in. But I’m going to try.