New 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Premiere Clip Shows Michonne Taking Out WalkersThe katana-wielding warrior has acted as mother to the Grimes children after their mother, Lori, died in season 3. Even before forging a later romantic relationship with Rick, Michonne developed a bond with Carl — and actor Chandler Riggs.
"Carl and Chandler are a blessing to Michonne and to Danai, you know what I mean? I adore Chandler, and [for] Michonne, Carl is her healer," Gurira said.
"Everything she and Rick do is to protect Carl, so this is kind of the worst nightmare realized for him to reveal [the bite] at the end of the last episode. These are very resourceful people who do everything they can. Rick and Michonne don’t really stop easily. What do you do when that’s what you’re facing?"
"So, yeah," she added, "I was devastated. Michonne was devastated.”
Does Michonne get that door closed? I'd bet she does, possibly running the gate latch bolt through the head of a walker in the process.Oopsie, lol, a week earlier but still above reflects the feelings I have for the second half of this current season. Here's Danai on the current situation:
New 'The Walking Dead' Midseason Premiere Clip Shows Michonne Taking Out Walkers
Forever, and again. Glenn's death took months to resolve. This drama was much, much shorter and in the binge watch session it'll be over in a blink.Geez! How long does it take one teenage character to die?
Geez! How long does it take one teenage character to die?
As Carl's parting words of wisdom dragged on, I was ever more willing to jump in and deliver the coup de grâce myself.
If the sequences we keep being shown since the first episode of this season are only Carl's dreams then I will not be happy.I don't believe in Rick's dream.
I have learned from my own experience that when you face the situation where you have limited amount of time left, you'll find time to do surprising things. Letters are not complicated things. Combat soldiers do it everyday, but in Carl's case, I think it's fair enough to assume he'd already composed what he wanted to say in his head. He just never had a motivation to do them before.Also, how did Carl find time to write letters, and prepare the shelter, and do all the other things that he did, while dying of his injuries, in the middle of a war, and one that supposedly lasted only a matter of hours (or a few days) at the most?
From my understanding of the episode the dream sequences are all Carl'sIf the sequences we keep being shown since the first episode of this season are only Carl's dreams then I will not be happy.
Small people are not easy to spot when you're looking for adult sized targets. Carol and Morgan never thought that boy would have followed them back at the Kingdom, because of the sheer amount of danger associated to the operation. Everything was clear. Nobody had seen Henry sneaking around until it was all too late to do anything.The Morgan and Carol attack scenes were great. But that was perhaps 10 minutes out of 45. Also why didn't any of them comment that the boy was walking up? One of them would have seen him.
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