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    "The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 (Spend S05xE14)" Virtually every scene in the was relevant, and expanded both the characters and the themes of season 6, so it’s hard to pick a favorite. Some of the more undercooked characters from season 6 had great moments to shine – Daryl (Norman Reedus) in that nauseating dissection scene, The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 or Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) finally showing spunk by defending Rick’s honor – and on the whole the episode balanced the time spent with each character well, so that no one felt left out or irrelevant. A drastic improvement on one of the major issues with season 6.

    The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 Admittedly, the scene with Rick (Andrew Lincoln) in the church was a little bit over-dramatic (the whole church scene was, really), but it still laid out an interesting arc for Rick this season, as he struggles to keep it together and lead his people, even though this horrible existence eats away at his morale – and morality – the same as it does any other man. Now that Rick and the survivors are over their initial confusion and panic about the world they’re living in, it’ll be interesting to see what kind of person each of them becomes, as they’re forced to make hard choices (how long do you search for a missing child in zombie land?) and face hard realities (death, loss, etc…).

    The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 Last but not least – what an ending! Just when you thought there might be a glimmer of hope (Rick, Shane and Carl encountering that gorgeous buck and having a happy bonding moment) – hope turns into horror in the span of a gunshot. There are not many shows that will go so far as to depict a child getting shot – but hey, this is The Walking Dead we’re talking about. Expect the unexpected.

    The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 Whatever budget Frank Darabont was asking for – whatever creative decisions he was making – it’s clear from this episode that AMC should’ve catered to the man. Mad Men may be the critical darling (which gets it the biggest investment from the network) – but TV like this Walking Dead season 6 has the potential to attract the masses, and ergo, the advertisers. Hopefully the ratings will tell that same tale. This show is based on Robert Kirkman’s graphic novel series of the same name. At this point, for our main character Rick Grimes, The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 it was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was time to be surrounded in a tank by zombies, which is where the last episode left off. Ominous voice broadcasting over the radio in the tank let Rick know that not only were there survivors in The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 the area, but that they could see him. The voice directs him safely from the tank to an alley where after several very nice head shots he meets up with his savior. Enter Glen played by Steven Yenn. For fans of the graphic novel this is a fan boys wet dream come true. This character has been Rick’s go to guy and one of the most stable friends he’s had so far in the comics.

    The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 However, in one of the many deviations from the comic, Glen seems to have some friends waiting for him whom you meet once he leads Rick to a shopping mall nearby where they’ve decided to hold up and get supplies. Now, I know what you are thinking, this does NOT go all Dawn of the Dead once they get in the mall. Even though there are survivors inside, zombies banging on the doors, no visible means of escape…Actually, I guess it does go all Dawn of the Dead after all, but not for long.

    The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 This is where we get introduced to Andrea, another essential character from the graphic novels, who greets Rick with a pistol to his face for drawing so much attention with the shots he fired on his way to their hideout. She is played expertly by Laurie Holden who is by no means unfamiliar with the large or small screen.

    The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 For all intents and purposes, this is the expanded character introduction episode. Every show or series has one; however, in my opinion, this isn’t making for riveting television! This becomes a flexing of each person’s unique contribution to the group and a little back story which we need to know but don’t want to sit through. It’s like watching a documentary about guns when you just wanna see someone fire an M-66 into a brick wall because it’s cool. I see the point of the episode but it ain’t very impressive overall.

    Anywhore, The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 back to business. The source material is exciting by itself but isn’t getting much use this episode. The problem here is that as you are introduced to these characters you want to care about them, ultimately in shows like this you know someone is getting the axe within the next two episodes. Or, in this case, there is a gentleman that actually gets axed a few scenes from now. However, I digress.

    Moments after this tense introduction, shots are fired from the roof and everyone takes off to see what’s happening. Enter the redneck. Say hello to Merle Dixon. His interests include: hunting, group activities (with the KKK), and of course, recreational drug use. This one’s a keeper, ladies. Even though this is the only episode you see him in at least this season, Michael Rooker captures the essence of a bigot with relative ease. He threatens another character, our token black guy, T-Dog, played by Iron E. The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 Singleton, when he’s challenged about sniping zombies from the roof. After the n word gets thrown around and the fists are done flying, Rick jumps in, knocks Merle on his *** and cuffs him to a pipe on the roof. After leaving him in T-Dog’s care, everyone else returns to ground level. A discussion is had and a decision is made on how best to leave with all these zombies crowding the exits after being drawn in by all the gunfire. After some debate, Glen and friend go check the sewers for an exit point, only to find that way is not possible.

    With all other options exhausted, The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 14 Rick takes a plan that is so ingenious that only Wild E. Coyote himself could have thought it up before this. He decided to chop up one of the zombies and coat their clothes in it so he and Glen can grab some vehicles a block or so away to haul everyone out of there. To be honest, this next scene is some **** straight out of Fight Club. Although his name is not Robert Paulson, Rick and company examine this dude’s drivers license in a scene meant to humanize this man and his sacrifice pre-axing. Long story short, Glen and Rick get all gored up, and limp their way down the block just to have life smack them in the face with a dose of rain that returns their scent and alerts the zombies. They get the truck and after a diversion, everyone from the mall is saved at the last moment. Except Merle, of course, who is still trapped on the roof due to a slip up where T-Dog drops the handcuff key down a drain. He locks him up there so the zombies can’t get to him and makes a hasty retreat.