@lcfremont recaps TWD and talks about eating dog meat and caveman Rick...
Speaking an ugly truth about the plight of most middle aged women, Carol is reveling in her newly found invisibility and chooses to look at it as a positive rather than a negative. Casing the joint and looking for weaknesses, she is absolutely against the notion of becoming a victim again. Even if that means threatening a little boy. Hey, that kid had it coming. Who does he think he is following her around and then asking her to make more cookies? Besides, she gave him a really great secondary option. Carol, you can make lots and lots of cookies for me anytime.
Speaking of cavemen, Rick has obviously been out in the wild for far too long. Our southern gentleman has, apparently, turned into the guy who kisses another man's wife and even goes for his gun when he sees the woman he covets with someone other than him. Rick's reflex to grab his concealed gun at the sight of Jesse and Pete felt very neanderthal. He may as well have just clubbed Tim and dragged Jesse back to the house by her hair. Wait. That might be kind of hot.
Jesse's speech about how they have all lost something was incredibly annoying, but it really drove home the point that these people have absolutely no idea what our group has been through. While Carl is killing his own mother, Sasha is burying her brother, Carol is killing tiny people and they're all eating wild dog meat, the fine people of Alexandria are having cocktail parties and enjoying their solar powered spacious homes.
With only three episodes left in the season, there is clearly A LOT being set up and none of it is looking good. TV Babies, please tell me what you think the future holds for our group.
Why were Aaron and Eric the recruiters in the first place? I find it highly suspicious that the town sent out the two people that were "unlike" the others rather than the super tough, young guys who think they're as tough as Charles Bronson.
Did Michonne doing that cute sewing job on her windbreaker or did they just happen to have a windbreaker that fits into her style?
What does being "one of us" really mean?
What kind of sweet nothings was Rick whispering into the walker's ear on the other side of the wall? Looks like someone is having a hard time adjusting to normalcy.
How ominous was that shot of Carol, Daryl and Rick going in three very separate directions after returning from the woods? What does it mean?!
Loved the Bee Gee's song at the end with the closing shot of Rick dreaming of freedom and violence on the other side of that wall. Despite sounding very upbeat, the lyrics are anything but.
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