Hey everybody. Welcome back to another edition of, “What The Walking Dead”! I know what you are thinking, that episode was whack. Honestly there was about 5 minutes of content I actually cared about. Either way, grab a dog food sandwich and pull up a chair so we can talk about it.
Honestly, I don’t have any real positives for this episode. I guess one would be we saw Daryl Dixon eating a sandwich butt naked in a jail cell. It’s not much of a positive. The sickos might find that rather amusing. Also Sherry is back… Thank god. She is fiiine! Can I say that? It’s my show so get over it. Okay onto the negatives…
This episode was boring. Listen, we all knew that when Daryl was taken the night Glenn had his insides splashed all over the woods, Daryl was going to go through some hell. We knew Daryl was probably going to be roughed up, taught lessons, starved, kept in a cell somewhere. In my opinion, we didn’t need a whole episode painting that picture for us. This episode could have been cut by 45- 50 minutes to be quite honest. Also, I think everyone would agree with me when I say I don’t care about Dwight’s past… He is a freaky jerk and I want nothing to do with him, even if he was kind at some point in his life. Ugh boring, on to the next episode please.
I think the Episode MVP award goes to the one and only, Daryl Dixon. Why? Well because Dwight threw a sandwich filled with dog food in it at Daryl’s to eat… and he took it like a champ without hesitation. Ehhh. I would have demanded a refund because I clearly asked for lettuce and for that, congratulations Daryl!
Let’s pretend this episode was only ten minutes long and just hope we survive election night so we can see Negan scare Alexandria.
As a closing note, I would just like to take this moment to remind you all that this Tuesday we are being given a choice to vote. This election could very much be deciding if we are to continue down this path of unifying our country, or if we are to let the zombie apocalypse happen much like the Walking Dead. Hillary Clinton is the candidate not just for me, but for everyone out there who dreams of being in a world where everyone deserves the same chance at a quality life. Let us make the right choice this Tuesday.