The Walking Dead: Season 2, Episode 9

Triggerfinger (19 Feb. 2012)

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Rick, Glenn and Hershel come under enemy fire in a nearby town. Meanwhile, Shane rescues Lori after a car accident.

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Lori is attacked in her broken car by two walkers but she succeeds in killing them. Meanwhile, Rick, Hershel and Glenn are ready to leave the bar but the friends of Dave and Tony arrive in the town seeking their friends out and they are trapped. Tony tries to negotiate a truce with the guys, but there is a shootout that attracts many walkers to town. In the farm, the survivors find that Lori is missing and Shane drives a car to seek her out on the road. When he meets Lori, he lies to her and tells her that Rick is safe and sound in the farm. Later he tells to her that he did it to protect the baby and Lori. When the walkers arrive in the town, the strangers flee and leave behind one of their friends that is injured. Rick brings the guy to the farm and Shane is worried that the strangers find the farm. Lori decides to tell to Rick that Shane is dangerous and believes that her baby is also his. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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At the end of "Nebraska," Rick guns down two thugs from Philadelphia in a tavern. There's bright daylight outside at the time, streaming through the windows, and, according to the episodes' time-line, it should be some time in the afternoon. At the beginning of "Triggerfinger," though, when these events are recounted, it's shown to be dark night outside. See more »

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Hershel Greene: You want me to cover Glenn?
Rick Grimes: You missed all that gun training. It could've come in handy now.
Hershel Greene: Nah, I can shoot. Just don't like to.
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Great Episode!
7 June 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the ninth episode of the second season of Breaking Bad and it's a great episode that has a rather appropriate title. I say that because there are many events here that triggers what is to come. This has a fine mix of dramatic and action elements and this makes for an exciting episode.

In this episode, "Triggerfinger," Rick, Glenn, and Hershel becomes involved in a shootout and when the walkers attack, they end up saving one of people shooting at them from the walkers. Meanwhile, Lori believes that Shane is becoming dangerous.

Overall, this is an excellent episode and I can most certainly praise the character development here, especially with Shane. We can truly see the monster Shane is starting to become. I rate this episode 9/10.


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