UM, HAVE YOU STOPPED CRYING? Because we haven’t. While Beth’s death (unfortunate rhyme) certainly made sense storyline-wise, as it reverberated with many characters, it didn’t change the fact it was unbelievably heart-wrenching.
Well, we got a whole lot of nothing again on this week’s “The Walking Dead.” But next week looks like it’s going to be pivotal to the show’s fifth season direction, considering it’s the mid-season finale. Let’s break down this penultimate episode before the hiatus:
So, um, Gareth and the rest of the Terminus cannibals are disgusting, horrible people, perhaps worse than the walkers themselves. So how did our gang fare amongst the crazies this week? Get your crossbows and swords ready:
Well that was a hell of way to kick off a season. “The Walking Dead” has had some of the most anti-climactic finales on TV, but this last one at least set everything up for a ridiculously dramatic and action-packed season opener. “No Sanctuary” picked up with the group stuck in that train car and went full throttle, never letting up the pace. Where to begin?