The Walking Dead: Season 2, episode 3 ‘Save The Last One’ is the critically acclaimed original series from AMC, based on the successful comic book serieswritten by Robert Kirkman. The Walking Dead series from AMC was created by three-time Oscar nominee Frank Darabont and stars Andrew Lincoln, Jon Bernthal, Sara Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Dale Horvath, Steven Yeun, IronE Singleton, Norman Reedus, and Melissa Suzanne McBride. The series is about a police officer named Rick Grimes (Lincoln) who leads a group of survivors in a world overrun by zombies. In this this episode, Daryl recalls a childhood memory, Carl is up for surgery, and the search for Sophia continues. *spoilers below*
Well, forget the spoilers bit, how about some ranting: For goodness sake please lay off the incessant dialogue between Rick and Lori. I did not care to hear the discussion about allowing their son to die because they do not live in a world safe enough for children. Like duh? We know this; and I believe all the drama that is surrounding the children in this series is d-r-a-g-g-i-n-g along, a-n-n-y-o-y-i-n-g-l-y so. I know I am not the only one thinking “forget trying to find Sophia.” Enough already with the searching and the hoping that she is alive melodrama, and give me more DARYL! Cut down on the casual ‘conversations’ and get to some more action!
There. I’m done. My rant is over. No wait, there’s more.
Now, Shane…pulling a Brittany Spears? Shaving your head? In the previous episode, Shane and Otis were surrounded by hundreds of walkers. What does Shane do? Takes the last bullet in his gun and shoots Otis in the leg. Not only that–he gave Otis a beat down, and when he narrowly escapes Otis’s grasps–he turns and watches just as he is swarmed with the hungry un-dead. Shane, what have you done? I don’t know
if I can look at you ever again after what happened with Otis. Scratch that. That sh*t was awesome. Needless to say, Shane makes it back with the equipment necessary for Carl’s operation.
Quit it with the “do you believe in God” nonsense. Maybe you all haven’t realized this by now, guys, but you are trying to surviving a zombie apocalypse. I can’t find any reason why “god” has to be repeatedly brought into this series, and series like this one. In the conversation between Glenn (Steven Yeun) and Hershel’s daughter, Maggie (Lauren Cohan) was a moral discussion that had come too little, too late. We all understand that there is a lot going on but just SHUT UP about it! I will spare you the lame conversation between Andrea (Laurie Holden) and Dale (Jeffery Demunn)’s suicide business.
If AMC’s The Walking Dead can cut the fat, the show may just make it safely to the 3rd season; although, last night’s episode didn’t totally fail. What do you all think? Are you annoyed as much as I am about this Sophia business? What about Rick’s constant moral babbling? Inquiring minds want to know!
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