The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 6

Secrets (20 Nov. 2011)

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Dale confronts Hershel after Glenn tells him about the walkers in the barn. Meanwhile, Lori struggles to come to terms with her pregnancy, and Shane tries to teach Andrea how to use weapons.

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Now that Glenn knows there are walkers in the barn, Maggie begs him not to tell anyone. Hershel believes that those walkers, which include family members, are just sick and may someday be cured. Hershel's isn't the only secret Glenn is asked to keep as Lori asks him to go into town and get something for her from the pharmacy again. Shane and Andrea head off to a nearby housing development in search of Sophia and their encounter with walkers leads to a new phase in their relationship. Lori finally breaks down and tells Rick that she is pregnant after he finds evidence and confronts her. Written by garykmcd

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When Glen and Maggie go to get medical supplies, when Maggie gets attacked, the camera pans onto Glen showing his reaction and you can see someone in the background standing next to their horse/car. This person is definitely not a "Walker" See more »

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Dale Horvath: [referring to Otis] You've been vague about that night about what happened.
Shane Walsh: Otis died a hero.
Dale Horvath: So you've said.
Shane Walsh: A little boy lived because of what went down that night. I think you oughta show some gratitude.
Dale Horvath: I wasn't there.
Shane Walsh: No man, you weren't.
Dale Horvath: But I was the time you raised your gun on Rick. You had him in your sights... and you held him there. I know what kind of man you are.
Shane Walsh: You think I'd shoot Rick? That is my best friend. That's the man that I love, I love him like he's my brother. You think ...
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Walking Dead becomes The Waltons
22 November 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I loved the first series, but this series (2) is dreadful. The first was about survival, escape, being the last-people-on-earth, horror, suspense, chase scenes and excitement. It had great twists, good writing, and was fun to watch. You know, the stuff you expect from this genre. Now it's about about pregnancies, and inter-relationship hassles. Now that they are on a farm, I wouldn't be surprised to see this turning into a series about farming.

EVERYTHING that was good, no GREAT, about the first series is gone. In episode 5 for example, we had to the two main leads spending five minutes talking in a forest about girlfriends and sexual exploits from high school! Now I know characters need fleshing out, but it also needs to be relevant. I want to know that I'm being taken somewhere, not in circles leading nowhere. It seems like there's 30 minutes of bland filler in every episode now. Did they run out of money? Ideas? Where has the suspense gone? And I don't mean the 'soap opera' suspense about "Who is the father?" or "Will-they-won't-they?" Bring back the zombies, put in some more action of the type that is demanded, and necessary, of this genre, because it's in danger of leaving the genre behind and becoming The Waltons.

Series 1: 9/10 Series 2: 3/10


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