WASHINGTON, October 27, 2013 – Series creator Robert Kirkman penned tonight’s episode “Isolation” and it is being heradled as “The Best of the Season” with some of the series best action sequences.
Could it be Walking Deads Emmy-worthy episode? Some are predicting so. Particulary for Carol (Melissa McBride), who is said to have her best scenes yet - which says a lot as she has become a fan favorite.
Storylines to watch for and discuss during tonight’s The Walking Dead chat are many. Michonne (Danai Gurira) has slowly been revealing her human side dropping her guard with Carl (Chandler Riggs), becoming emotive while holding baby Judith, and gasp, showing she is capable of being hurt as she damaged her hip flexor fighting off Zombies just outside the gate.
Last week began with a prophesy shot of Maggie and Glen in the guardhouse, Glen (Stephen Yeun) snapping a picture of Maggie (Laura Cohan) leading us to wonder if that may be all he has left of her by the end of the season.
There is the threat of the unspecified flu that turned so many of the Woodbury transplants into Zombies and just who is teaching the Zombies to push on the fence by feeding them rats. Who is feeing the Zombies rats?
And who burned Tyreese’s (Chad Coleman) girlfriend Karen (Melissan Ponzio). Did you see the gas can that looked a lot like the one Rick was using to poor gas on the pig pen? Tonight’s promise is that Tyreese will shed his metro-sexual, flower carrying self and become the sleeping giant we know rests insided.
Carl and Rich are, once again, armed and ready to kick Zombie rotting, and we have to believe, Governor arse. Carol is proving to be one of the most evolving characters going, from Season One to now, from a battered woman to a knife skill teaching Mamma Grizzly. And then fan favorite for this season, Darryl, who has been carrying the load while Rick explored his farmer side, promises to add real emotional depth to this season as we move forward.
So many plots, and sub plots, characters emerging and dying, tonight’s Walking Dead chat promises to be as lively as this seasons premier. Being that we are into the third episode, ends need to start weaving together.
Join us tonight at 9:00p.m. right here as we continue the conversation right up to and through The Talking Dead broadcast!
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