11 March 2013 10:22 AM, PDT | Obsessed with Film | See recent Obsessed with Film news »

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

As Robert Kirkman said in the letters section of “The Walking Dead” comic: The only thing keeping us from surviving the zombie apocalypse is us. “Arrow on the Doorpost” is filler, but pretty darn good filler, overall. It’s a shame, because watching the Woodbury guys and the prison group bond and discover they have something in common and something to offer really shows that if we weren’t so concerned with power, revenge, and trivial nonsense, we could be unstoppable and rebuild the race.

It’s also interesting how the Governor explains that concepts like adolescence is a trivial and extinct notion and yet he’s still so hell bent on hollow human pursuits like revenge, a concept that should be long dead once humanity breathed its last gasp.

Milton is a man working for the governor on fear and only fear. Milton is loyal »

- Felix Vasquez jr.

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