Hooray, for fans of 'Morol' (sorry, I made that up), Sunday's finale of The Walking Dead puts Carol and Morgan in pretty good stead for Season 7. Even though Carol was badly injured, when we left our dynamic duo they were being lead away to presumably meet with Ezekiel and be introduced to another colony - The Kingdom. Things didn't look quite look so good for another 11 members of the cast, who found themselves in a sticky situation at the hands of Negan and his Saviors. A rough season for both Carol and Morgan, perhaps they need a break from the drama of Wolf slaying and stick swinging...or could their drama just be getting started?
It has been what seems like an eternity since Jeffery Dean Morgan was announced as The Walking Dead's ultimate 'big bad' and we already know that the Watchmen actor is "f*****g excited" to be joining the show. Now a fresh look at the finale also gives us a fresh look at the man himself.
As episodes go, The Walking Dead's 14th outing of Season 6 was pretty damn shocking. "Twice As Far" really took the drama, erm, twice as far, with more shock moments and plot twists than an episode of Lost. Just as J.J. Abrams' island mystery TV series was never scared to kill on a whim, The Walking Dead killed off yet another cast member. But it was the way in which it was done that reminded us of a certain shark-related film and a certain shark-related death.
Hold on to your skulls, 'cause things are about to get messy in the Season 6 finale of The Walking Dead. Reports are emerging that AMC has extended from its usual 60-minute runtime, to a gore-splattered 90-minute extravaganza. So what does this mean? Even more blood and guts for us to sink our teeth into.
Some of you may have noticed that the past few episodes of The Walking Dead (whilst thrilling) have been pretty Eugene-lite. Our favourite 80s haircut pioneer has been staying home to play house sitter in the Alexandria Safe Zone. Keeping a low profile, perhaps Eugene was too busy washing his hair to help lead the attack on the Savior compound? I mean, to be so bold with a hairstyle is a risky position to take and one that requires a lot of attention.
Grimy imprisonment bathrooms are ten a penny, but did you spot a rather well known one in last week's episode of The Walking Dead? For those thinking, "that looks familiar", you're right. The room in which Carol and Maggie were held in episode 13 "The Same Boat" is THE bathroom from Saw.
"Not Tomorrow Yet" was the thrilling 12th episode of The Walking DeadSeason 6, and had more going on than we can mention here. Johnny Depp, a covert attack, kidnaps, and even Carol back to her Desperate Housewives best. But what was the deal with the list that everyone's favorite homemaker was writing?
Warning: SPOILERS for The Walking Dead episode 8x04, "Some Guy," the comics, and possible future deaths on the show.
In arguably what was one of the best episodes ever, The Walking Dead certainly ramped up the tension this week... but still no Negan. Forget the bloodshed, the bullets, and the beheadings, there is one talking point we should really be addressing, because someone looked awfully familiar. That's right, episode 12, 'No Tomorrow Yet,' had a cameo (of sorts) from the one and only Johnny Depp!
The Bride had her Hattori Hanzo, Luke had his lightsaber, but look out Hollywood, now Daryl Dixon has a rocket launcher! Could this mean The Walking Dead's bad boy is hanging up his crossbow for good?
"Help".... The faint cracking over a walkie-talkie at the end of last week's The Walking Dead episode 'Always Accountable' adds fuel to the fire that a certain Glenn Rhee survived a recent run in with some walkers. It won't be long before Daryl Dixon is in saviour mode, rushing to help another damsel in distress and in a secret that is worse kept that the resurrection of Jon Snow, it is more than likely the person on the other end is Steven Yeun's Glenn. Whilst Glenn apparently became zombie chow at the end of episode three, here's betting why he makes it back alive, but why he still MUST die.