Ugh I hate fast zombies.
Ok, that's more like it. An almost zombie free show and bingo, we have a winner. So much better than the 90-minutes-for-commercials-sake premiere. A lot of good stuff here. T-Dog saying basically what a lot of us were thinking, Shane continuing to develop as a very conflicting/conflicted character(he loves Lori, but he loves Rick too), the farmhouse, etc...lots of stuff to like here. I think Andrea was even more pissed at Dale after her close call because she may have realized that she doesn't want to die after all. I have to say, my fave is Darryl. He just quietly keeps surprising. The little fit that made Lori giggle was a funny scene. I do not like the fast walkers either. Shane and (more likely) Otis sure seem to be in a tough spot. I sure hope that they haven't put Pruitt Taylor Vince on just to get killed after one episode. Scott Wilson as Hershell is as great as I thought it would be. Still wondering what happened to the little girl. I have a feeling that a death is very closely on the horizon. This show has to sacrifice somone in order to keep the 'anybody can die at anytime' personality of the comics. After, what I thought was, a stinker of a premiere, the second season is officially underway.
Did You Know There Was A BREAKING BAD Prequel Covering Jesse Pinkman’s High School Years? | CHUD.com
So as it turns out, those interested in the high school years of Breaking Bad’s Jesse Pinkman, played by the Emmy-winning Aaron Paul, can get a small taste. It’s not a new mini-series, or a web featurette, or a feature film spin-off…
It’s a 2002 Korn video.
Before I lose you though, note that not only does this video for the band’s single “Thoughtless” star Aaron Paul as a scrawny high school kid with ****ty facial hair and an attitude, but he’s also a marginalized loner who’s prone to sketching. And while there’s no Mr. White cameo (I’m sure there will be a cut on YouTube soon that does), we do see Jesse in the science lab and having problems at home.
Is it just me or does it seem like they are cutting costs this season what with all the implied butchering and killing where its just a character smashing a zombie and all you hear are splashes and squishes? Im not sure if last season they would of showed all that gore or if its just my bias because i know they cut their budgets.
Wow is all I can say. Shane is more like the comic book character all the time. Great episode.