The Walking Dead “Dead Weight”


Well, there went Martinez…poor guy.  Oh well, moving on.  The Governor is back in full force.  Perfectly good waist of a hot army guy, Pete his name was.  Pete was a good guy, he wouldn’t have let the Governor do what he wanted.  Guess he had to go, pity.  The problem is that I really don’t care about these people, so I don’t have much to say.

Meanwhile, we’re still waiting to see how Daryl takes the news of Carol.  So the episode ends with the Governor pointing his gun at Michonne.  Next weeks commercials show him showing up with his little army in a tank.  Sigh, clearly it’s Woodbury all over again.  It’s the same as last season basically.



Haven episode 12



These two yahoos invade Haven to get paranormal evidence and nearly get killed.  In the beginning they were quite annoying, but they proved themselves useful in the end.  There was some sort of werewolf type creature eating hearts.  These two hacked into Vince and Dave’s computers and found out about it.  So they come to haven with all their equipment trying to catch footage of “the monster.”  They were at the second victim’s home while the creature attacked and were chased out by it.



Poor Dwight was talking to the Medical Examiner and trying to get some information.  I like her, she’s funny.  Meanwhile he looks up to see this…



They were listening to every word the police said.  The police were trying to cover up evidence of the paranormal they said.  Freedom of the press and blah blah.  Meanwhile Duke sends Jen off to figure out more about her background by snooping at Vince and Dave’s stash of info.



Aww.  So Duke goes with Nathan playing as he says private detective, he really doesn’t like the idea of being a cop.  He has to pull Nathan away from Audrey (who has to have surgery for her injuries) to go find out what is eating people’s hearts and why.  They decide to speak with her best friend, but when they get there she is being interviewed by the paranormal guys.  Then the were thing shows up and eats her heart while they are arguing.  The camera guy gets footage of the creature as they are running from it.



With another dead body on their hands, Nathan and Duke go back to the station to try to figure things out.  They realize that all the victims had the same birthday…Jen’s birthday.  Panic stricken, they rush to Vince and Dave’s to find…



No Jen, just a mess…and her cell phone on the floor.  However, as Nathan points out, no blood.  This thing kills it’s victims, it doesn’t take them.  So she’s alive, but nobody knows where.  So their only choice is to find the troubled person.  How?  Look at the footage.  They go to see the footage and the guys are all bummed because they said the footage was grainy and looked too fake to post.  They said it was just pixels, a bunch of black dots moving together.  This, of course, could only mean it wasn’t a troubled person they were looking for but William.

Meanwhile, at the hospital, Audrey suddenly makes a complete and full recovery.  In fact, all her woulds mysteriously disappear.  Which means William is healed, and also gone.  He disappeared from the hospital, but now Audrey was back on the case.



Duke then gets a call from Jen, she is at a warehouse that belongs to Dave and Vince.  She dropped her cell phone but managed to pick up the cheesy novel she was reading…



This book shows up in the weirdest places.  Meanwhile, Dwight finds out that the little paranormal guy just wanted to find out what was going on in Haven because he used to spend summers there as a kid.  He was playing with a boy when a man walked out of the ocean, took the boy, and they both disappeared into the ocean.  So Dwight explained all about Haven and figured out they could help with their equipment.  One of their machines could detect the black stuff.

Once the ghost busters show up with Dwight their meter starts going off when Jen picks up the book.  When she hands it to Audrey, the meter stops going off.  Then suddenly the lights go out.  The boys try to lure the thing away from Jen, while Audrey tries to protect her.



Poor Squatch gets attacked, but the ghost buster tries to rush the creature to keep it from Jen.  Then Audrey asks, “Where’s the book?”  “Oh I dropped it,” Jen says.  Audrey shines a light on it and Jen rushes to get it.  Just as she picks it up, the creature appears and attacks her…and disappears.  Then Jen looks down at the book and sees…



The guard symbol.  They realize she can open the door to send William, and thus Audrey, back where they came from.  Why?  Why Jen?  How is she connected to them?  Did Howard start the guard?  Was Howard from the same place Audrey and William are from?  If so, does he really die or is he just back where he came from?  They created the barn as a punishment for her creating the troubles, but why not just make her destroy the troubles?  What was William’s punishment?  Losing her?    So many questions, and still no James or Arla.  As always, can’t wait for next week!


Sorry, I have the flu

Sorry I’m running behind everyone!  I have the flu and have been puking like crazy.  Sunday was my birthday, and I had eaten some red icing on Saturday night.  So when I threw up it looked like blood.  I was like ‘oh great I’m turning into a zombie!’




Then I remembered I ate red icing.  I had also eaten rice, so it kind of looked like bloody maggots.  I’m still not feeling well, but I’ll try to get some posting done.  I missed The Walking Dead, because I was becoming one 😉  So I’ll have to catch it On Demand tomorrow when they put it up.

The Walking Dead Episode 6 “Dead Weight”

The Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

The governor is back and it seems his old persona has died.  This episode was all about him.  It seems he found a family and a little girl named Megan has brought him back to life.  Losing his daughter drove him insane, and really I can’t blame the guy for that.  If my daughter became a zombie, I can’t say I may have done the same thing.  So his people abandoned him because he seemed to lose the will to live, and that made him a liability.  He stumbled into a house with a former nurse, her sister, six or seven year old daughter Megan, and their dying father.  In the middle of the zombie apocalypse the man is dying of lung cancer.

The Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

The father died, and they brought the little girl in to say good bye to her grandfather.  Then the mother says,  I think he’s been gone awhile.  The governor, now calling himself Brian which he stole from some graffiti, said “I think you should go.”  “Give us a minute” they no sooner got the words out that he opened his eyes and started to snarl.  Unfortunately the little girl had to see him bash her grandfather’s head in with an oxygen tank, that ironically “Brian” went to get for them.  She was afraid of him after that for awhile.  They decided to leave the apartment/house they lived in.

The Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

They left in a truck, it didn’t take him long to get in the nurses pants and he wasn’t even trying.  They abandoned their truck and set out on foot the next day.  They ran into a herd of zombies, the little girl froze.  Philip/Brian finally convinced her to come to him.  She ran into his arms, and he took off with her.  They stumbled into a big square hole with about four zombies, which he killed with his bare hands.  He then promised he would never let anything bad happen to her, “cross my heart” he said.  Then Martinez looked into the hole, Philip/Brian held the little girl a little tighter.

The Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

This is the same guy that tortured Andrea and nearly raped Maggie.  Maybe the love of a little girl changed him back to who he was before the zombie apocalypse?  I guess we’ll see.  Next episode we should see how Daryl took the news of Carol.

The Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 6 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

Haven “The Trouble with Troubles”


Well, things are getting really interesting.  If you missed tonight’s episode, let me recap.  The episode starts out with a huge disaster, of course caused by a trouble.  A trouble that was super-sized by none other than William.  His goons were mysteriously absent this week.  The local librarian was thinking about her trip to Hawaii and cause a volcano to erupt in the middle of Haven.  Many people were injured, Audrey and Nathan spoke to a man who’s wife was being wheeled into an ambulance.  Then Nathan and Audrey go home (Audrey cuts her hair unfortunately and lost the nose ring).  After going over files, Nathan takes Audrey to bed.  When she wakes up, she is in her pajamas (convenient since they didn’t just go to sleep) on the floor of what should have been her apartment.  When she walks outside, she sees that it’s “JOJO’s Bait Shop” and her car is gone.  So she starts to walk to the station, and Duke pulls up…in a cop uniform.  IKR.  So when he gets out of the car to ask why she is wearing pj’s, he has no idea who she is.   She asks for Nathan Wuornos and learns there is no such person in Haven.


Duke takes her to a crime scene, and she sees a sign that says “Safest Town in Maine” which means no Troubles.


Duke had taken her to a vandalism crime scene, which seemed really unimportant, but turned out to be an important clue in the shiny new safe Haven.


She tried to talk to Vince and Dave and they were appalled, thinking she was a homeless person.  Duke makes her get a psych eval at the hospital.  The doctor turns out to be none other than Nathan, but with his real father’s last name.  He gets called away to a “code blue” and as she is watching him, William shows up.  He says that someone’s trouble created a Haven without Troubles.  He said he needed to get her back to the old Haven, so she could remember who she was.  Then Nathan comes out and runs to his wife and daughter.


William demands Audrey help him find the troubled person.  Audrey says no, and he goes off to kill other people.


Meanwhile, she contacts Duke.  As she is meeting with Duke and trying to get him to arrest William, Duke gets a call about a murder.  William killed Vince and Dave.  Duke takes her to the scene and finds one of her hairs on Dave’s body, so he arrests her.  While he’s questioning her, he gets another call about another murder.  Before he leaves Audrey handcuffed, she tells him everything.


Duke meets with Nathan, of course, who is the Medical Examiner in this Haven (part time since there aren’t many murders…err weren’t).  The victim happens to be the librarian that caused the volcano thing in the beginning.  On her forehead are written the words “not her.”  Meanwhile, William shows up at the jail posing as Audrey’s attorney.  He tells her she will help him, or he will kill everyone she loves.  While Nathan is with Duke, he gets a call from his wife, but she never says anything.  However, he tells Duke that she was killed four hours ago, which takes Audrey out of the run of possible killers.

Before Duke returns, the cops let Audrey go because they have nothing to hold her for.  She runs to check on Nathan, who is running out of his house because his wife and daughter are missing.   William calls Nathan’s phone using Nathan’s wife’s phone to talk to Audrey (starting to sound like Ferris Bueller).   William says he will kill Nathan’s family if she doesn’t find the troubled person.  She finds the troubled person, which turns out to be the guy in the beginning with the wife being wheeled into the ambulance after the volcano thing.  Turned out his wife died later that night and he wished the troubles away.


Duke shows up while they are talking, Audrey walks away to talk to Duke.  He says he believes her, when she turns around Nathan had taken the troubled guy and was taking him to William.  Duke drives Audrey to William, they get there after Nathan and his family leave.  William shoots Duke and then tells Audrey that the two of them created the troubles together.   Her punishment was to have to continually fix them, I’m not sure by whom though.  Nathan shows up to help, and William decides to just shoot the troubled guy.  Audrey wakes up beside Nathan, but wearing the cheesy Haven shirt that Duke bought her in the trouble-free Haven.


Based on information trouble-free Haven Duke gave Audrey, they figure out where William is hiding.  The three of them confront William, and he starts to tell Duke and Nathan what Audrey wouldn’t: that the two of them created the troubles and were connected.  However, Nathan shoots him.  To his surprise, this causes the exact same wound in Audrey.


So, now that they are comatose maybe Audrey will wake up and remember who she is.  This is an awesome season!  Seriously, when is James going to show up?  Probably once Audrey remembers everything.  Will she be the same person William loves, or will she be the Audrey that Nathan loves?   If she becomes exactly the woman that William loves, how will she respond to James?  As every week, I can’t wait for the next episode!


Another thing about the Walking Dead


It’s supposedly been what two years since the zombie apocalypse first started on that show…maybe more.  It takes about two weeks for a body to disintergrate in the wild, once the flesh is gone they seem to crumble.  By two years, with no embalming, the number of zombies should be very small since most people were wiped out in the beginning.  Ugh, it bugs me.  All the zombies walking around would have to be more recently dead.


The Walking Dead “Internment”


Wow, what an episode.  They have a ton of bodies.  They know to use these bodies to keep the walkers away, and yet they aren’t lining the fences with them.  Why?  It seems to me that would be more effective than posts or anything else.  The walkers wouldn’t be able to see them or smell them if they had enough body parts.  Anyway, so everybody seems to be with Rick so far on the Carol thing…but Daryl doesn’t know yet.  That should be interesting.  I have no doubt that Carol will be back.  I didn’t figure they’d kill Glenn off, and I’m glad Sasha seems to be holding on.  Lizzy seems to be getting better, which is good.  I’m thinking the kids need to see it.  That poor little girl thought they were like pets, she needed to see how dangerous they were.  She didn’t even take out that knife Carol gave her when that zombie was coming toward her.

Carl has become awesome.  How many times has he saved Rick’s ass now?  I’ve lost count.  It was all warm and fuzzy to see them bonding while shooting people.     

So Michonne should be thrilled to see that the mans he has been searching for all this time has come to her.  They need her there.  Really they needed Carol too.  They need all the strong people they can get.  Hershel seemed like he was losing it for a minute.   He seemed to get it together in the end though, when they were wasting body parts.  Clearly the governor has been there the whole time and feeding the zombies to bring more of them.  Now that he’s showing himself, things should get interesting.  We’ll see next week.