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This was a good episode. Had some good gore and zombie kills. Daryl's decision to leave the group I think played well to his character. While I will miss Daryl's interaction with the group, I feel certain that we have not seen the last of him.
The way the governor is behaving now seems much more like the governor in the comic, which was a problem I was beginning to have with the character in the TV show thus far, but its starting to hash out nicely.
Andrea needs to hurry up and see what the governor is about and move on and away from him. She is too smart and important to Rick's group to stay on the governors side.
Rick is losing it, seeing visions of Lori and freaking out in front of possible new group members. Plus he should have shaken Tyreese's hand, that was rude not offering the handshake which is not in Rick's character.
Hershel was a little cold towards the new small group saying that they will see what happens when Rick shows up, only to act completely different when Rick is all NO and contradicts him in front of them. Confusing.
Carol has become a pleasure to watch on the show finally, something that she never did in the comic where she was quite annoying.
I am definitely looking forward to what the next episode will offer.
SPOILERS Not a perfect ending, but not bad either.
This contains SPOILERS to both seasons of the show.
To start this off I want to say that I have thoroughly enjoyed the acting in this show. The finale of season two did not take the show in the direction that I would have, but at the same time it was still a decent, happy ending. I'd say it's similar to season one's dead, happy family finale.
Personally I was hoping Sister Jude would end up living with Lana to save her life from BloodyFace Jr. but that didn't happen. Instead we had a chance to see Jude ending her life with Kit's family as the children's Nana having one last moment with death in an entertainingly, artistic way. Fine, I'll accept that along with Kit disappearing near death, probably with the aliens.
I liked that Lana manipulated her son the same way she manipulated BloodyFace by showing unwarranted affection. That was awesome. I also enjoyed the Cardinal's suicide after Lana pushed him for information on Briarcliff.
Overall I was pleased with the season's end. It would be cool in the third season if there was some sort of tie-in with the first two seasons. Here's to hoping.
Still great after all of these years.
LMAO funny, these guys have always been good at making me laugh, and they have not lost their touch with this. Death Comes to Town is a great mini-series that I hope is not the end of Kids in the Hall now. I hope this is a restart of the wonderful comedy these guys are really good at. They have just a slew of wonderful characters in this comedy as well as few guest appearances from old favorites.This is a must watch for any fan of the show. Scott Thompson, Dave Foley, Scott Thompson, Mark McKinney, and Bruce McCulloch are all back and a bit older. I am a little upset that the only way I can watch this right now is online.
Great Shocker of a Film
This movie does a great job building up throughout and makes great jokes along the way. I absolutely love this movie. From the closeted gay man with his totally out and about lover having to play it straight for the crazy church goers. I never would have thought to take out a zombie with a weed-whacker. Frida, what can I say, excellent character, very funny way of dealing with other Americans confusing her background. Her father, the Iranian, too funny on his search for Frida. He is totally bad-ass about it too. And the stereotypical American family, classic crazy father. This is a movie that can really suck you in. Definitely give this move a chance, and I am sure you will not be disappointed.