‘Walking Dead’ chews into fourth season

As they walk through the store looking for supplies, one of them has a shelf fall over on him. The zombies on the roof start walking around and then fall through the weak parts of the roof. It’s raining zombies as the others try to get the man from under the shelf. They just get the man as the crashed helicopter falls in from the roof.

This is one of the many exciting things that happened last night in the premiere of the fourth season of The Walking Dead. So far the group has gotten a bit more settled in at the prison. They have eating areas, farm areas and even showers. They have brought the people from Woodberry in season two back to the prison and had been bringing others there as well, as long as they can answer Rick’s three questions. How many walkers have you killed? How many people have you killed? Why?

I thought the episode was great to start the season off. It showed how the group had grown and what they do to survive but also their everyday problems. At the end of the episode it shows that something could go very badly for the group, which leaves everyone who saw the first episode waiting with excitement for the second.

In the talk show after the premiere, The Talking Dead, commentators discuss how each new episode is going to get more and more intense and how the little things that they set up in the first show are going to play out through the season. Personally, I’m excited to see what happens with Beth and how she doesn’t seem to have any emotion growing up in an apocalyptic world. I’m also excited to see how well the council that the group has works compared to when it was just Rick making the decisions.

I can’t wait to spend every Sunday night watching one of my favorite shows. For those of you that don’t know, The Walking Dead starts at 8 p.m. and then The Talking Dead starts at 9 on AMC on Sunday nights. I hope that you guys are as happy about this new season as I am.

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