The Walking Dead

I'm not going to beat around the bush. All the spoilers!! Carl finally got his cherry popped eye shot out in a way which doesn't quite follow how it happened in the comics but was nonetheless satisfying to witness. In the comics the then-leader of Alexandria named Douglas is the one who shoots Carl in the midst of the attack. In the series it goes down in a very similar fashion but as much as I was looking forward to it getting to this point I forgot how brutal it is. As annoying as that little kid was and as much as I was cheering as he was ripped to shreds (I'm a horrible person) there is a small part of me that just didn't expect it to go down like that. An entire family in one go. It. Was. ...

By now I think most of The Walking Dead (TWD) fan boys and girls have watched the most recent episode so I should be safe to talk about the intro which featured a reveal into what Carol got up to in her time banished from the group. The tune "Bad Blood" by Alison Mosshart and Eric Arjes is played in the background as the audience is taken through a sequence of events that happen right after Carol is banished. The song is all about bad blood and fits in perfectly with the way that Carol was forced to leave the group by Rick way back in Season 4. We watch as Carol travels solo, pissed off at the world at first but slowly succumbing to her solitary and lonely existence. It was as intended...kinda depressing. However I want to ...