Rick Grimes isn't doing too hot. Understandable, considering everything he's been through lately. But with survivors of all shapes and sizes currently depending on his leadership, Rick is going to need to pull himself together quickly… something that doesn't look especially likely based on this preview clip of next week's "Walking Dead," titled "Hounded."
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by Kat Rosenfield
When we left off last week, the group at the prison had taken some heavy hits indeed: two of our heroes are now zombie fodder, there's a newborn member of the group to contend with, and Rick Grimes — the fearless leader who'd ordinarily handle such things — is sobbing prostrate on the ground.
So, naturally, it makes perfect sense that we start off this episode in Woodbury, where they're having the most killer block party ever.
Michonne and Andrea are one of the most fearsome twosomes lurking around the zombie apocalypse. They survived a horrible winter with nothing but each other and a pair of harmless walkers as camouflage, proving that two strong-willed and highly capable individuals are more than equipped to fend off the legions of undead roaming the earth.
But the two have seen happier times, as their arrival at Woodbury has put their friendship to the test. The latest episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "Say the Word," brought their conflicting philosophies on the new community to a head.
Is everyone over the traumatic events of last week's "Walking Dead" yet? No? Good — because things are only going to get darker on Sunday's coming episode.
Four new photos from the next "Walking Dead" episode, titled "Say the Word," have debuted over at E! Online, along with a few teasers of what you can expect from what's to come. Near the top of that list is Michonne, who is getting into "full badass-warrior mode" against "a whole gaggle of walkers she discovers in a surprising place."
If you're one of the many "Walking Dead" fans outraged by the death of your favorite characters — be it Shane, Dale or any other number of recent casualties — then you might want to tune into "Robot Chicken" later this month for some sweet, sweet revenge.
Robert Kirkman, creator of the "Walking Dead" comic books and executive producer of the AMC series, will cameo as himself on the November 18 episode of Adult Swim's stop-motion sketch comedy series. Best part of all: he'll be eaten alive by the very same zombies he's unleashed upon your favorite characters over the last few years of "Walking Dead" mania.
So who had nightmares about Sunday's crazy casualty-heavy episode of "The Walking Dead?" If you didn't have nightmares, you may have instead shed some major tears over what transpired due to the ep's incredible emotional punch to the gut, heart, soul.
No matter how you felt or are still feeling about "Killer Within," we're hoping that the following comments from a couple of the key players and dearly departed members of the cast will help put your mind at ease with how things went down and what impact it will have on the show moving forward.
MAJOR SPOILER ALERT: Do NOT keep reading unless you've seen last night's episode!
"The Walking Dead" went for the jugular in its latest episode, in more ways than one. Head over to our "Walking Dead" recap if you missed the ep and want to know what happened. Needless to say, it was a brutal hour, and the stage is now set for an even crazier follow-up episode with next week's "Say the Word."
AMC has posted a preview of the upcoming episode, featuring Glenn and his two newest prison neighbors dealing with the fallout of this week's climactic events.
See it below, but warning — MAJOR SPOILERS ahead if you're not caught up!
by Kat Rosenfield
All last week, the web was abuzz with rumors that the upcoming episode of "The Walking Dead," titled "Killer Within," contained some absolutely shocking, series-turning-point sort of shizz — and indeed, last night's episode was one in which major bad business went down. And while it's hard to say which was the biggest, boldest, most brutal twist of the night, it's hard not to lead with the shocking and terrible news that...
...we found out the Governor's real name, and it was a total boring letdown.
Oh, then there's the little matter of the show ripping out our heart, chewing it into bloody little pieces, and spitting it out amid some of the worst carnage and most terrible losses we've seen since Sophia lurched out of the barn.
This Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead" is called "Killer Within," and given the title, you can bet your bottom dollar that a bloodbath of some kind is on the way.
In fact, two new photos posted over at TV Line promise two things: the guns are coming out, and there will be walkers.
Now that we know what's in Woodbury, it's time to get back to prison. "The Walking Dead" will do exactly that in the fourth episode of season three, titled "Killer Within," airing on November 4.
AMC has released two new photos from the upcoming episode, which sees Rick Grimes and his companions furthering their lives behind bars. But a maximum security lifestyle doesn't mean guaranteed safety, as Team Grimes finds out to their horror.