Speaking of Darabont does anyone know when is 40's crime/cop noire show will be making its way to TV? Or is it still just an idea?
Bernthal was on GEEK TIME a few weeks back, I think they shot the pilot at the very least. The name is being changed from L.A. NOIR to something undetermined, but yeah...it's moving forward.
Nice epi tonight. Lenny was back! Dude is one great actor!
Wow that was a ridiculously good episode. In a world where Emmy voters actually watch genre shows, the guest actor would get a guest actor nomination for that instead of one of the five movie actors who take four days of their busy schedule to show up in a television series so they can get a step closer to their EGOT. All the traps were awesome and I give the show credit for bringing him back when I didn't expect him. I kept waiting for the hitchhiker to wander in at the end and then, poor guy. I am glad that Michonne is being given a personality finally, although I am not sure how she magically summoned Carl's picture into her hands in 10 seconds.
I noticed after Morgan stabbed Rick, the knife was just sitting on the ground completely new.
Pretty crappy treatment of the highway wanderer. And then they take his pack while he's off taking a ****. Not very Christian guys. I liked seeing Lennie James again, but hey thanks 'previously on The Walking Dead' for telegraphing that surprise. WEAK. It was a decent episode but to completely remove the drama between Woodbury/the prison for a whole episode was a bad decision. Just made an uneven season moreso.
Agree jd but they have almost lost me completely. I am so apathetic towards the show right now. It almost feels like the are trying to spoon feed the audience. I am getting a bit tired of it. I spent most of last night switching between The Dead and The Bible over on the History Channel. I just rewatched most of what I missed after Talking Dead.
And about the hitcher - wasn't he eaten up - tore up body at the side of the road?