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My jaw is killing me....,
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This review is from: Walking Dead Season 3 (Amazon Instant Video)
Quite the episode! Watching this felt like getting sucker punched....three different times! This would be the type of episode one would expect to close out the first half of a season, not air mearly four weeks into it. Makes me wonder just what those crafty-minded writers have in store for us coming up these next few weeks. Quite different from the graphic novels in terms of events and major character revelations/deaths. This one made me realize how much empathy I have for these characters - even the ones I didn't particularly like. Andrew Lincoln's performance at the end was fabulous and really drove it all home. They certainly seem to be pulling out all the stops for this third season, so let's hope they can keep up the pace for the extended 16 episodes. Amazing show!
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Initial post: Nov 6, 2012 5:27:13 PM PST
You are 100 Percent correct, it was just a Outstanding episode in what has been a Incredible Season. This one could of been a Season finale and we are getting it 4 shows in.. Wow... Looks like the writers are really firing with all barrels, cant wait to see how everything plays out.
If you have not yet, check out the new Very Cool 4 part Webisode at the AMC Walking Dead site. Interesting tie in, would love to see if they cross it over.
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Last edited by the author on Nov 7, 2012 8:10:51 AM PST
I did see that. Was pretty cool and much better than the earlier webisodes about the Bike Zombie. Initially became a fan of the show when the season 1 dvd came out and was hooked from there. Have since bought both compendiums of the graphic novels - both of which being the size of phone books - and dug into those as well. Very interesting in the differences between the show and comics. Differing timelines of events, interactions between characters, etc. The comics are much more graphic, and there's no way AMC would be able to allow some those things to air on public TV.
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