This was maybe one of the best episodes of the show ever, and also one of the best episodes of TV I've seen in a long time. When everyone is out there looking to "Girls" to display real life, this show comes along and drops small truths from modern day life in each episode. The whole episode was hilarious and then that Alex scene in the end was just heartbreaking.
Come on people. So many stupid decisions were made on this episode. I will NEVER understand why these people are so cruel to OTHER people. Zombies are what they should be scared of, but instead they leave helpless hitchhikers for NO REASON! And then the other guy just started shooting for no reason. And then Carl is just putting himself in danger for NO REASON! It's all just so stupid. Do they realize what's happening? There is a zombie apocalypse. These characters act as if there is a Civil War... not a world overrun by zombies. There's no reason for these characters not to trust anyone. I just don't get it.
am I really supposed to believe Rick was just wandering around aimlessly looking for the ghost of Lori in the middle of the woods while there are clearly zombies out there? come on people... these characters are just so stupid. 3rd season is so much better than the 2nd though.
This season started off SOOO well, and ended very poorly. It's like the writers wrote the ending to every storyline, and then had 3 episodes to do absolutely nothing.
Great show. Great episode. For all you haters, please stop. Most of the great shows on television are the most unrealistic things in the world... look at American Horror Story and Homeland and even Breaking Bad. But they're all great to watch. It's entertaining!
Incredible incredible episode of television.
Girls should not be on this.
After a mediocre, kinda stupid season, the last three episodes were GREAT!
This show has literally gone so downhill in 4 episodes, I can barely watch it anymore.
I think a lot of people have confused risky, challenging TV with bad writing. This was an incredibly risky and challenging episode. This was real and unexpected and that's how life works. Just because you're pissed that a character died, doesn't mean it was a bad episode or that Grey's Anatomy is bad. If you want to watch cookie cutter television where character's fates all remain the same and all the major conflicts are resolved by the end of the episode, go watch CBS. This episode was truly exciting, and breathtaking, and I'm so glad that Grey's took this risk of an episode. Sitting and watching everyone's lives at stake at the end was absolutely heartbreaking. And if you don't like your heart broken, then this isn't the show for you. Shonda Rhimes is writing heartbreaking drama, not a BS crime procedural.
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